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May/June 2017 Issue: Front Page
VolVoice



Feature
Forum’17: Forum Fresh Ideas
August 16 - 18, 2017
Forum '17 VolCorp’s Forum ’17 will be August 16th – 18th at the Embassy Suites Nashville – South/Cool Springs.

We have an exciting conference in store for you this year! Thursday will start off with the exhibit hall and three very informative training sessions. Then, come ready to gather some Forum Fresh Ideas for your credit union from our exceptional lineup of Forum speakers.

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Service Spotlight
Connecting with Business Members through Lending
Lending Puzzle Pieces One way to tackle the sophisticated small business market is to even the playing field with commercial banks by offering a richer portfolio of business loan products.

According to a 2013 Raddon Financial Group study, the majority of small businesses with annual sales of $5 million and over are active users of credit cards. Many also take advantage of lines of credit, vehicle and equipment loans and leases, as well as commercial real estate and Small Business Administration (SBA) loans. If your credit union doesn’t offer these common products, you have little hope of gaining traction with the top end of the small business market.

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Corporate Update
VolCorp Welcomes Renee Hinson
Renee Hinson VolCorp is proud to welcome Renee Hinson to our staff! Renee was recently hired as a Member Relations Manager and will be working closely with our Business Development and Marketing Team. Renee’s primary focus will be serving our members in Tennessee.

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Seminars/Training
Cybersecurity – Should I Worry?
DoubleTree Downton Nashville Cybersecurity - there is a word that can make your hair stand on end. Should you worry about it? You may be thinking: Hackers are going after the big banks and companies, right? They would never target a small credit union. OR... My employees know better than to open those crazy emails.

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