Past Conferences New to THINK? View highlights of the past conferences, videos & photos.

THINK 11

Tony Hawk, Pro Skateboard Legend. More

THINK 10

Tony Hsieh (Zappos.com) on Delivering Happiness. More

THINK 09

David Plouffe, Obama '08 Campaign Manager. More

The THINK Conference was created to put a fresh perspective on the challenges and opportunities faced by credit unions every day.

By breaking away from the standard conference format and typical industry speakers, the annual THINK conference demonstrates there are infinite ways to look at even the simplest things; inspiring, energizing and awakening you to a new way of seeing the credit union movement. And now more than ever, a new way of seeing things is exactly what our movement needs. Credit unions, as much as their individual members, are being asked to do more with less, to grow in the face of increasing competition, and to adapt to an environment that changes more rapidly every day.

Past Conference Highlights

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THINK 12

Big-brand innovators and credit union leaders discussed Reinvention, Cult Brand and Creativity— offering bigger ideas for bigger results from directions as diverse as deep space and major-league baseball, while THINK It Out sessions provided actionable takeaways for attendees. View Details

THINK 11

From action sports legend Tony Hawk to “Got Milk?” guru Jeff Manning, and many more, innovators in a range of fields gathered at the Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel® & Spa to discuss loyalty, creativity, and authenticity.

THINK 10

Visionary leaders from Coca-Cola, Microsoft, Yahoo! and more inspired, energized and empowered attendees to navigate a changing credit union environment. View Details

THINK 09

Speakers from Nike, Porsche, Disney, Wal-Mart and more illustrated how credit unions can increase their market share and gain ground on larger financial institutions. View Details

THINK 08

The breakthrough conference that started it all. Business leaders from Apple, Starbucks, Southwest Airlines and more shared their success stories and got people thinking about the vast potential of the credit union movement. View details. View Details