April 5, 2012


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  • Wow, great graphic! Can I use it. I own On Your Way, a Gen Y marketing program for credit unions.

    Jared Cahill

    Jared Cahill
     
     
     
  • Cool info-graphic! Being born in 1962, I guess I get to choose between being a Baby Boomer or a Gen X - I'll take the younger crowd. Financial institutions can start a regular dialog with the younger half of Gen Z (and simultaneously their parents) with "virtual family bank" products. They fill the gap between the piggy bank and that first checking account.

    Our offering is one example:

    http://blog.famzoo.com/2011/12/how-credit-unions-can-fill-youth.html

    To be unbiased, here's a complete list of contenders:

    http://list.ly/list/oD-online-piggy-banks-allowancechore-trackers-virtual-family-banks
    Bill at FamZoo
     
     
     
  • David Beckham was born in 1975, which would make him a Gen X. Also there is a heavy focus on the loan side, what can you tell us about the deposit side.
    Paul