CUInsight Minute with Lauren Culp – August 21, 2020

first_imgWelcome to the CUInsight Minute, sixty seconds from our Publisher & CEO Lauren Culp with our favorite reads from the week.Mentioned:FREE WEBINAR: 3 Ways to Use Gamification to Attract Younger Membersby ZOGOOn September 2: The trash hasn’t been taken out in days, the dog needs a walk and the kids’ bedrooms are a disaster. So you tell your kids that for every chore they complete, they’ll get five points — and whoever has the most points at the end of the week will get an extra $10 in their allowance. You’ve never seen the house so sparkling clean. (read more)5 ways to keep it personal in a digital-mostly worldby CAMERON MADILL, PIXELSPOKECOVID-19 has brought undeniable clarity to the importance of good digital tools. What would we have done without them over the past months? As members navigated the realities of closed branch lobbies and crowded drive-thrus, online and mobile banking saw big jumps. A post-pandemic survey conducted by Fidelity National Information Services (FIS) revealed over 45% of banked respondents, across all ages, had moved to new channels such as online and mobile to handle their finances. (read more)Most of your employees are not okayby JILL NOWACKI, HUMANIDEIAccording to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, approximately 40% of U.S. families include children under the age of 18. With employment rates of the heads of households of those families ranging from 75 to 91 percent (with nearly two-thirds of both parents being employed in two-parent households), working parents make up a significant percentage of the workforce. (read more)100 years down, how many more to go?by LAUREN CULP, CUINSIGHT.COMONE HUNDRED YEARS. Despite the many hardships we have experienced this year, 2020 marks one critically important milestone worth celebrating. On this day, 100 years ago, the 19th amendment to the US Constitution was ratified, granting women across the nation the right to vote.* What a milestone in our history – a century of women voters – and yet it’s hard to believe that it has only been 100 years. (read more) ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Lauren Culp Lauren Culp is the Publisher & CEO at leads the growing team at CUInsight, works with organizations serving credit unions to maximize their brand and exposure, connects … Web: Detailslast_img read more

Jones, Carter help give Pride draw in run-fest against Red Force

first_imgRED FORCE 1st Innings 300Pride 1st Innings 310 for nine declaredRed Force 2nd Innings(overnight 31 without loss)+A Jangoo c wkpr Rampersaud b Williams 63J Solozano c wkpr Rampersaud b Stoute 34I Rajah b Nurse 25E Nicholson c (sub) Walsh b Warrican 55T Webster c Warrican b Nurse 0*D Ramdin not out 56R Primus not out 13Extras (b4, lb6, nb1) 11TOTAL (5 wkts decl’d, 74 overs) 257Fall of wickets: 1-99, 2-99, 3-156, 4-156, 5-206Bowling: Greaves 10-1-38-0; Clarke 7-2-20-0; Stoute 13-2-49-1 (nb1); Nurse 14-0-55-2; Williams 13-3-26-1; Warrican 17-2-59-1PRIDE 2nd Innings (target: 247)A Alleyne c wkpr Jangoo b Primus 3S Moseley c Richards b Primus 3M Rampersaud lbw b Richards 0A Jones not out 52J Carter b Charles 46*K Stoute not out 9Extras (lb1, nb3) 4TOTAL (4 wkts, 28 overs) 117Fall of wickets: 1-6, 2-6, 3-15, 4-102Bowling: Richards 5-2-16-1; Primus 1-0-9-2 (nb1); Webster 3-0-17-0 (nb2); St. Clair 2-0-6-0; Khan 9-1-35-0; Charles 8-0-33-1Result: Match drawnPoints: Pride 10.4, Red Force 10.2 IN a Windies Professional Cricket League game where 987 runs were scored, it took a half-century from Barbados Pride’s Aaron Jones, to ensure his side earned a draw against the Trinidad and Tobago Red Force at the Kensington Oval on Sunday.Sent into bat, the Red Force posted a testing 300, but watched as the Pride rebounded to overhaul the total, scoring 310-9 in their first innings.Batting a second time, the Red Force, who were given a chance to put pressure on the Pride by a sporting declaration, were bolstered by half-centuries from Amir Jangoo, 63, Ewart Nicholson, 55, and Denesh Ramdin, 56 not out, to score 257-5, a lead of 247.Ramdin added his unbeaten half century to his 101 in the first innings to make for a good outing with the bat.Bearing in mind the time left in the game, the total was formidable but the Pride would try to push for a win, but settle for a draw if things got dicey, and they did.The openers tried to push the pace early, with Anthony Alleyne, who had scored 84 in the first innings, but the plan failed miserably, after Alleyne went for just three, the same as his opening partner, Shayne Moseley. When Mario Rampersaud made a duck at number three, the Pride changed modes, and went for the more likely draw.Jones still scored at a good clip though, getting to 52 from just 82 deliveries, while his partner Jonathan Carter, who had scored 85 in the first innings, offered good support with 46.Carter got out not long before the close of play and Kevin Stoute ensured there were no further problems, scoring an unbeaten nine to bring the game to its most likely conclusion.last_img read more

Russell Colvin joins FSB as retail lead

first_img FSB selects Glenn Elliott as new COO August 12, 2020 Related Articles Submit Share StumbleUpon Mark Wilson: How FSB is meeting the recreational cricket punter’s demands August 20, 2020 FSB teams up with to launch predictions game June 18, 2020 Industry platform provider FSB has enhanced its Business Development team after naming Russell Colvin as the new Head of Retail Sales.Colvin has joined the firm from Playtech’s BGT Sports division where he held the role of Commercial Director. In his new role, Colvin will oversee the sales of FSB’s retail products such as its Self Service Betting Terminal and EPoS systems.Commenting on his appointment, Colvin said: “I am really excited to have joined FSB and look forward to working with such a talented team.“FSB’s retail products and services are game-changing, and I am looking forward to introducing them to operators in markets around the world.”Prior to joining FSB, Colvin has amassed over 20 years’ of experience from the sports betting industry, having worked for companies such as Coral, Global Draw and Scientific Games.Dave McDowell, CEO of FSB, added: “I am thrilled to welcome Russell to the team and for us to leverage his knowledge and experience as we continue to drive our retail product forwards.”“Our retail products are market leading and Russell will play a key role in ensuring operators are aware of what we have to offer and the value we can deliver.” Sharelast_img read more

Kenichi’s Diary: “Only the work on the pitch will answer all the questions”

first_imgNewly appointed Hearts of Oak coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi says he can’t be bothered by critics who have questioned his credentials.The Phobians have been mocked by football fans following their decision to appoint the hugely unknown Japanese-American based trainer.His competence is on the line and for many pundits, Hearts have taken a very bad decision. But the 46-year-old in an exclusive chat with Joy Sports noted that he is not perturbed and wants to do the talking on the pitch.“I feel very excited and I know that a lot of hard work is coming and let my work speak for itself,” he said“I had a meeting with management and board and all the things we spoke about will show on the pitch.When asked about talk that he has no experience and is not fit for the job, he note: “I have nothing to say about that at this moment.” Yatsuhashi who has been tasked to win next season’s Premier league says he is not under any pressure to make an impact at the club“The whole country is watching us and I will make sure I make the people happy, I like the pressure and only the work on the pitch will answer all the questions you are asking.”The Japanese American trainer will officially start work on Wednesday after holding a crunch meeting with the management and board members of the club.Click to read:Kenichi’s Diary: Robert Sackey says Hearts new coach is ‘very, very cheap’ Kenichi’s Diary: Nyaho charges new Hearts coach to win next league season Kenichi’s Diary: Robert Sackey says Hearts new coach is ‘very, very cheap’– See more at:’s Diary: Robert Sackey says Hearts new coach is ‘very, very cheap’– See more at:– Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more