TOPIC: Community Bank

Opportunities for Improvement

VP at a bank ($4BUSA)
Hello,

Looking at growing revenue, enhancing customer experience, reducing expenses, and improving efficiency, I was wondering if anyone had any materials or good ideas on the following:

* Growing revenue: What are ways bank could bring in more customers? 
* Enhance the customer experience: How can we make things better so that customers stay with us and refer us to their friends and family? 
* Reduce expenses: Where are we not being efficient? What could bank do to save money or lower costs? 
* Improve efficiency: Are there processes that don't make sense or are inefficient? What are ideas to fix them, or create new processes that improve execution?

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