The Green Sheet Online Edition
November 27, 2017 • Issue 17:11:02
Discovered at Money20/20!
Following is a question posed by a new reader in October 2017, along with our response, which may be especially helpful to others who have recently learned about The Green Sheet.
I picked up my first Green Sheet, issue 17:10:01, at the Money20/20 conference last week. The educational content, articles and industry updates found in one publication provide an insurmountable amount of value. Please advise how I can receive future publications.
Joyce Rancani, Senior Manager, Security Engineering, Xfinity Mobile
Thank you for getting in touch about receiving future issues of The Green Sheet. I hope this is the beginning of our helping to keep you informed about the electronic payments industry for years to come.
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Just two issues left in 2017
Once again, we are approaching the end of a year like no other. Technological, environmental, regulatory and political factors have all impacted the payments industry in the past 12 months. What has affected your business the most, and why? Did you find new ways to beat the competition? Did you make it through a hurricane or other natural disaster? What developments thrilled you, and what was a disappointment? Did an article we published inspire you and move you to take action? What successes have you enjoyed? What has been most challenging? Has anything surprised you about the payments biz this year?
Tell us all about 2017 from your perspective at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you.
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