Who Do We Serve?” Credit Union Conference

Tuesday 23rd May 2023 10.00am-4.00pm

Midlands Park Hotel, Portlaoise, Co. Laois, Ireland 

Social and economic change in Ireland over the last generation has been rapid.  The country has more wealth than ever before, but also rising house prices, a growing population that is shifting to urban centres, and significant immigration from returning Irish citizens and people from the EU, Ukraine and around the world. Technology is changing how people interact, and how they engage with services. The previously longstanding homogeneity of Ireland is diminishing. 

The mission of credit unions is to support members and their communities, so it is vital that they maintain their connections in this changing world, in terms of the products and services they offer and their communication.  What do credit unions need to do to ensure they remain a key part of communities in the 2020s? Our speakers, from inside and outside the sector, will bring information, perspective and opinion to attendees looking to understand and succeed in this landscape. 

This conference focuses on the situation in Ireland, but the discussion and principles will be of interest to British credit unions, where change is also pronounced and ensuring relevance across the community is also highly relevant, and credit unions from all jurisdictions will have valuable insights to share. 

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