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Lead Story

Mobile privacy hot topic in Washington


Industry Update

Washington getting serious about cyber privacy

PCI DSS effectiveness questioned

Bling Nation may rise again

The Green Sheet gets resourceful


An interview with Trent Voigt

Ken Musante
Eureka Payments LLC

Research Rundown

Advisory board benefits

Selling Prepaid

Prepaid in brief

Prepaid scores in stadiums internationally

David Parker
Polymath Consulting Ltd.

Paying bills with gift cards


Data breaches renew privacy concerns

Patti Murphy
The Takoma Group


Street SmartsSM:
Timely tips for MLSs

Bill Pirtle
MPCT Publishing Co.

Will POS control solve merchant attrition?

Jerry Cibley
United Bank Card Inc.

Fraud, the conversation starter

Nicholas Cucci
Network Merchants Inc.

Counterintuitive selling

Dale S. Laszig
Castles Technology Co. Ltd.

Deciphering breach notification regulations

Tim Cranny
Panoptic Security Inc.

Company Profile

eProcessing Network LLC

Moneris Solutions Inc.

New Products

A button so smart, it connects the world

Alternative Payment Smart Button
2000Charge Inc.

Network security for small merchants

SecurityMetrics Vision
SecurityMetrics Inc.


What a difference a birth date makes


10 Years ago in
The Green Sheet


Resource Guide



2011 Calendar of events

A Bigger Thing

The Green Sheet Online Edition

June 27, 2011  •  Issue 11:06:02

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Advisory board benefits

Sharing knowledge with colleagues in-house is what keeps businesses strong. Communicating expertise via open forums, such as LinkedIn groups or blog sites, is also important for the industry as a whole.

But being available to publications and associations as the go-to expert can give your business additional industry cache and set you apart from the competition.

Professionals who sit on advisory boards are the trusted, respected experts in their chosen fields. They are the people colleagues turn to for advice and guidance. It is natural for them to assume a similar position in the industry as a whole and help shape opinions that lead the industry forward.

Vetted professionals

In return, these individuals, and their respective organizations, raise their industry prominence and standing. An advisory board membership isn't merely an advertisement proclaiming your value, but a kind of seal of approval that you exhibit a high degree of experience and trust.

By association, your company is afforded a similar status since your professionalism, as a company leader, reflects favorably on your entire company.

By serving on an advisory board or two, you will also be called more frequently to render opinions on important industry topics.

For example, when issues arise in payments The Green Sheet turns to its advisory board for subject matter expertise. In turn, board members' commentary not only helps educate the industry but also provides free publicity for their organizations as well.

People of influence

Beyond just being good for business, advisory boards are ideal vehicles for getting things done. Instead of sitting on the sidelines and complaining about problems in the industry, joining advisory boards enables you to have an impact on current events in payments.

In exchange for giving up a little of your valuable time, advisory board memberships accrue like residuals - recurring and exponential.

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

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