New Huddle community for all things fintech

Published by: Kyle Alford

October 21, 2021 | Community & Networking

If the pandemic has taught us anything, it is vital to adapt and change to your environment. No one could have predicted a worldwide pandemic, its impact to credit unions and their members, or how rapidly the economy adopted new technology and practices.


With the United States becoming the global hub of the fintech evolution, there was an 83 percent increase in fintech startups in just two short years, with 10,605 established in 2021 alone. As technology becomes essential to credit union success, how will you keep up with the latest and greatest in member service? Join Huddle’s brand-new Exploration Community to engage your peers in discussions around emerging fintech trends and solutions. Visit Huddle today and join this new community to discover your next digital solution. Contact League Director of Business Research and Development Kyle Alford with any questions or help joining the Exploration Community.

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