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From ballet boy to Spider-Man! Tom Holland, who played the titular role in the West End’s Billy Elliot the Musical, is set to put all that training to good use as the new Spidey. According to Variety, the 19-year-old will be the third actor to play the superhero in a big budget movie, following Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield. The new Spider-Man film, now part of the Marvel universe, will hit theaters on July 28, 2017, although Holland is first expected to appear as the character in Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War before then.Holland made his West End debut as Michael in Billy Elliot in June 2008, before beginning performances in the title role that September. He has also appeared in the movie The Impossible, starring opposite Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor. Additional screen credits include the TV adaptation of Wolf Hall; he will soon be seen in the movie In the Heart of the Sea, directed by Ron Howard, alongside Chris Hemsworth.Check out Holland showing off some Spidey-like moves on his Instagram below! View Comments
ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » by: Nate WentzlaffThe moment a member walks into a branch, they are inundated with the brand of the credit union. They will be greeted by staff trained a certain way, receive documents with the same format, and observe the credit union logo throughout the building. When they go online, they expect the same experience. Developing an omni-channel experience will give credit unions the ability to keep their identity of “not-for-profit cooperatives serving members” in the middle of a digital revolution. This identity must be communicated through every channel available to financial consumers. Potential members may never step into a branch, but with a strong online and mobile presence, they may be attracted to the credit union’s brand through digital channels. Creating an omni-channel strategy to build brand loyalty will further communicate the vision of a credit union.In order to develop omni-channel experiences, credit unions should follow 6 steps:1) Build An Online PresenceConsumers trust brands. When people go shopping, they instantly determine the quality of products and services based on prior experiences. In the past, credit unions could rely on a strong branch presence within a community to build reputation. Through community outreach and exceptional service to members, credit unions would live or die by their branches. Therefore, branch design and staffing were vital investments to establish a strong brand. However, with an interconnected world brought on by the internet, people now look online for their financial needs. Credit unions must address this new channel of member-experiences and develop an online strategy to propel into the future.
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