Glen and Finovate’s David Penn discuss the uncomfortable issue of minority representation in fintech firms. Also, thoughts on the Supreme Court’s credit union ruling and why the CU movement is selling itself short.
Links related to this episode:
David Penn’s article on underrepresented minorities in FinTech: https://finovate.com/lift-every-voice-fintechs-other-diversity-challenge/
Marketplace Tech interview with Meter Feeder Founder/CEO Jim Gibbs on minority-led startups’ funding challenges: https://www.marketplace.org/shows/marketplace-tech/tech-industry-diversity-hiring-investments-entrepreneurs-donations/
Rick Cranston’s article on why credit unions shouldn’t settle for 7% of the market:
PSCU’s weekly Tracking Transaction Trends report: https://www.pscu.com/landingPages/WK25_trend_infographic.pdf
The BIG website: www.big-fintech.com
Best Innovation Group’s ongoing Digital Town Halls for best practice sharing on Credit union responses to COVID-19, held each Wednesday: https://www.big-fintech.com/CU-Digital-Town-Hall
Follow the Best Innovation Group on Twitter: @bigfintech
Follow Glen on Twitter @154Advisors
Follow John on Twitter @jbfintech
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