Paul Seibert Talks Micro Branches in CUES Article
Our own Paul Seibert, alongside other financial industry thought leaders, offers his expertise on what a small space means for a credit union in the CUES Credit Union Management Magazine article, “When it’s Smart to Go Small,” by Stephanie Schwenn Sebring.
He stresses credit unions can accomplish everything in a small space, but need different methods of delivery and levels of success. While small in-store branches are often considered just as transaction locations, they need to also be a place to edify the brand or build relationships. These small branches can become extremely productive by adding personal teller machines with concierge staff trained as high-value service providers.
Curious to find out more? Check out the full article here.
If you’re interested in learning more about our work in the financial industry, please check out our free eBook: “Financial Industry Planning & Design.” In this "Facility Solutions" series, Paul writes about branch and headquarters branding and design, strategic branch planning, strategic operations occupancy planning, industry trends, technology integration, and more. Request your copy here.
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