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Lead Story

Industry evolution demands adaptation

News

Industry Update

A new chapter in Cynergy's story

PCI SSC combats skimming with new merchant resource

Taking the industry's temperature

Gucci accuses processor, others of aiding sale of knockoffs

WSAA welcomes feet on the street

Super LINC a Marquis event

Features

Shaping a well-rounded payment company

Payment companies get ink on Inc. 5000

Providing clarity to contracts

Selling Prepaid

Prepaid in brief

Experts counter prepaid's 'gotchas'

Prepaid cards reduce balance inquiry blues

Cherie M. Fuzzell
FirstView Financial

Cheers for card payments at U.K. private school

Views

A path for success when stakes are highest

Biff Matthews
CardWare International

Education

Street SmartsSM:
Strategic elements in business and blackjack

Jon Perry and Vanessa Lang
888quikrate.com

MLSs without borders

Caroline Hometh
Payvision

Digging into PCI - Part 2: Securing the network

Tim Cranny
Panoptic Security Inc.

Do's and don'ts of merchant mining

Jeff Fortney
Clearent LLC

Negotiating agreements in the Great Recession

Adam Atlas
Attorney at Law

Company Profile

CoCard Marketing Group LLC

New Products

Dynamic referral management

PaymentCycle
LendingCycle Inc.

Protecting data, easing compliance

MerchantWARE TransPort
Merchant Warehouse

Inspiration

Your beliefs about money matter

Departments

Forum

Resource Guide

Datebook

A Bigger Thing

The Green Sheet Online Edition

September 14, 2009  •  Issue 09:09:01

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Trade News Association
Super LINC a Marquis event

Female payments industry professionals from across the United States and Canada will have an opportunity to meet and network at the second annual Super LINC (Local Interest Networking Circle) on Oct. 14, 2009, at the New York Marriot Marquis in the heart of Times Square.

The event is sponsored by Women Networking in Electronic Transactions (W.net), an organization devoted to empowering women in the payments industry, and will begin immediately following The Electronic Transactions Association's 2009 Strategic Leadership Networking Forum.

LINCs provide regional forums for women payment professionals to network and share techniques. The Super LINC provides a national networking platform, bringing women from all 10 LINC regions together.

Michele Jerome, W.net's new Executive Director and an expert in nonprofit organization management, will be attending her first LINC event.

Recognition, inspiration

"Our theme this year, since we are in New York, is the industry that never sleeps," Jerome said. "We hope to provide a balance of networking time as well as an educational component that will give women resources to help further their careers and meet their aspirations."

This year's Super LINC will kick off with a presentation of the second Driving Improvement Via Action (DIVA) Awards, which recognize individuals and companies working to promote women in the industry and further W.net's mission. Jerome added that a speed networking session and closing keynote speaker will follow the awards ceremony.

"Speed networking gives everyone in attendance an opportunity to know everyone there," Jerome said. "And we think that the keynote speaker will enable attendees to take away an educational component that could really help position them for greater personal success.

"Most importantly, we want to make sure that the value of W.net - and what the great ladies of this organization have to offer - shows through." For more information or to register online, visit www.w-net.biz.com.

Notice to readers: These are archived articles. Contact names or information may be out of date. We regret any inconvenience.

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