CUCollaborate will offer free communication support around the virus for credit unions under $30 Million in assets.


WASHINGTON D.C. March 20, 2019: We are dealing with a situation that is unprecedented and unforeseeable. The CUCollaborate team is here to support credit unions under $30 million in assets who may not have the staff to fully deal with COVID-19. The company will be offering free communication support around the coronavirus and updates to a credit union’s membership. For credit unions under $30 million, CUCollaborate will help draft messages around your operations, manage the distribution of that message to members and support in keeping communications up to date.


In addition to providing support around communications, CUCollaborate will also offer six months free of its membership eligibility tool, JoinCU. This is a time when Americans need credit unions most. JoinCU will allow potential members neglected by banks to quickly determine that they are able to join your credit union. “We are looking to support smaller credit unions in their time of need. Those under $30 million in assets may not have a marketing and communication focused staff member, forcing this responsibility on the CEO. We hope that we can take this burden off their hands so they can deal with other changes to their operations during the virus” said Lucas McCanna, Head of Growth for CUCollaborate.


Credit unions that would like to take advantage of this support should email Lucas at CUCollaborate plans to offer this free service until CUs are able to reopen their branches and start to resume their normal day to day operations.


About CUCollaborate

CUCollaborate, is a consulting, software development, and digital marketing company whose mission is to help credit unions grow. CUCollaborate primarily focuses on addressing credit union’s biggest obstacle to growth, field of membership. CUCollaborate specializes in expanding credit union fields of membership to the greatest degree possible, eliminating the friction field of membership causes in consumer acquisition, and delivering strategies that help credit unions efficiently attract new members, loans, and deposits.


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