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The U.S. cannabis industry is on the rise. Business Insider reports that in 2018, venture capitalists funneled 10 billion dollars into the American marijuana industry. For comparison, that same report shows that legal-marijuana sales outpace the sale

As banks around the country reopen, there remains a great deal of uncertainty around how best to move forward. We’re all eager to return to some semblance of normalcy, but now is not the time for haste.

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Often one of the biggest struggles for organizations is how to convert passive clients (or worse, completely disengaged clients) into raving fans. I think fondly of an organization I’ve worked with that wrestled with the idea of

Consumer uncertainty rose as the markets plummeted, and fear of the future kept everyone in an ongoing holding pattern. The banking industry is still feeling these effects, which has given rise to questions about future best practices,

As acceptance of technology continues to expand and financial transactions previously reserved for exclusively being performed in-person at branches are being done virtually through online banking or mobile apps, the importance of delivering a satisfying experience to

Consumers are adopting electronic methods of payment in their daily lives, and the resulting blend of checks, cash, ACH, and other forms of electronic payments are often the primary focus of discussions around change in the banking

Many banks, financial services organizations, and credit unions seek new and creative methods to better understand their customers’ needs, wants, and behavioral patterns. To provide a truly outstanding customer experience and to truly understand their prospects’ and

The most successful, competitive banks and credit unions continually strive to find new ways to better serve their customers, and provide them with a truly outstanding customer experience. Many banks are finding that differentiating themselves, while keeping

Having an excellent product is an important aspect of a successful business, of course. But what happens when a company focuses all of their time on perfecting their product, and not enough time on their customer experience?

Managers wear many hats. When you look at their to-do lists, training their employees may not be at the top of the list, but it really should. There are a variety of excuses that managers use to avoid