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'REACH' COMING TO SAN FRANCISCO
updated 06/25/13 05:02 PM
2013 Annual Meeting and Convention
The California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues' 2013 Annual Meeting & Convention—entitled "REACH"—is coming to San Francisco on Oct. 28-30!

Held at the Hyatt Regency in the heart of San Francisco's Embarcadero Center, REACH will facilitate a powerful discussion of the top innovation trends, transformative technologies, and new business models that are reshaping the credit union industry.

Participants will be inspired to "REACH Up, REACH Out, and REACH Deep" as they gain valuable insights from some of the industry's most forward-thinking leaders, engage in relevant educational sessions about important industry fundamentals, and exchange ideas and strategies.

The following speakers are scheduled to speak at the Annual Meeting & Convention:

Jane McGonigal, Ph.D.
World-renowned transformational leader and one of Business Week’s “Top 10 Innovators to Watch", Jane McGonigal is a creator of alternate-reality games that are designed to improve real lives and solve real problems.

She has consulted and developed internal game workshops for more than a dozen Fortune 500 and Global 500 companies, including Intel, Nike, Disney, McDonalds, Accenture, Microsoft, and Nintendo.

Teddy Goff
Teddy Goff is the co-founder of Precision Strategies and former digital director of the Obama for America 2012 campaign that raised more than $690 million dollars, gained 78 million in Facebook and Twitter followers, and registered more than a million voters online. Goff’s proven strategies have helped mobilize organizations to generate profits more efficiently.

Neil Goldman, Ph.D.
Neil Goldman, senior partner of Goldman Consulting & Strategy, is a credit union visionary with decades of experience working with credit union leaders to implement strategies that maximize membership service and operations.

Luke Williams
Leading consultant, author, and educator specializing in disruptive innovation, Luke Williams has worked with power brands such as American Express, Virgin, Disney, and Hewlett-Packard to transform their businesses with new innovations, helping them stay competitive and relevant in an ever-changing world.

For more information, visit amc.ccul.org!

About the hotel
Hyatt Regency San Francisco
5 Embarcadero Center
San Francisco, CA 94111
Reservations: 888-421-1442

Take advantage of special Annual Meeting & Convention room pricing of $263/night!

 
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