Zogo signs three more credit unions to use its financial literacy app and help improve members’ financial IQ
DURHAM, NC (April 15, 2020) — Award-winning, mobile financial literacy app provider Zogo has signed three more credit unions in the last month to help teach young adult members (and adult members, too) sound financial fundamentals through its app that pays them to learn.
Zogo’s new credit union clients include:
- Isabella Community Credit Union ($129 million; 13,500 members; Mt. Pleasant, MI)
- University of Kentucky Credit Union ($978 million; 100,000 members; Lexington, KY)
- Mobility Credit Union ($220 million; 16,400 members; Irving, TX)
According to Mobility President and CEO Ron Perry, the credit union will use the Zogo app to help increase its membership penetration and deposits with Generation Z and other segments of the population in need or financial literacy education.
“Mobility Credit Union is looking at ways to improve financial literacy within our membership,” says Perry. “We see Zogo engaging our members in financial literacy and improving their financial habits.”
“We’ve already started off 2020 winning an award and now we’ve signed three new credit unions to use our Zogo app,” states Zogo Co-founder/CEO Bolun Li. “We are honoured to have each credit union use our app to help teach their members – no matter their age – the financial essentials. We see this achievement benefiting the industry to attract and retain younger members, as well as the bigger picture in educating people about healthy finance practices.”
Mobility Credit Union President/CEO Ron Perry
Zogo Co-founder/CEO Bolun Li
Zogo is a financial technology company based in Durham, N.C. that works to inspire the underbaked to become financially savvy. Zogo helps financial institutions connect with Gen Z and young Millennials by teaching financial fundamentals through its app that pays users to learn. Zogo’s app has won numerous industry accolades, including “Best of Show” at Finovate Fall 2019 and NACUSO 2019 Next Big Idea Competition. Key investors and advisors include Techstars, a former CEO of Sageworks, and faculty from Duke University. To learn more, visit www.zogofinance.com.