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In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Peter Jensen who is the CEO of RocketFuel Blockchain. RocketFuel offers merchants seamless integration to accept cryptocurrency and bank transfers with lower transaction fees, no declines and zero chargebacks. Summary of topics discussed: 1. 3 Reasons To Use Crypto Payments 2. Serving Brand N…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Brenton Charnley who is the Head of Australia at TrueLayer. TrueLayer enables businesses to initiate instant bank payments using Open Banking technology. This lets both companies and customers benefit from faster payments, lower fees and increased security. Summary of topics discussed: 1. Why…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Jason Butcher who is the CEO of CoinPayments. CoinPayments is an integrated payment gateway for cryptocurrencies. Summary of topics discussed: 1. Sell online or through Point of Sale 2. API integrations 3. Shopping Cart Integrations 4. Global Adoption by More Merchants 5. Sales Conversion thr…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Andrew Jamison who is the Co-Founder and CEO of Extend. Extend is a Virtual Card Platform which enables businesses to create, send, and manage virtual cards for all business payments and simplify expense processes. Summary of topics discussed: 1. Creating Virtual Payment Cards On-Demand 2. Re…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Patricia Montesi, who is the Co-Founder and CEO of Qolo. Qolo is a flexible, secure B2B payments hub which allows Fintechs and Businesses with Card Processing, Disbursements, Cross-Border Payments and Core Accounts. Qolo provides direct oversight of card fulfillment, customer service & financ…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Brian Hassan who is the Co-Founder of Kickfin. Kickfin is the only way for businesses in the hospitality industry to instantly deposit tips into employees’ bank accounts the second their shift ends, 24/7/365. Summary of topics discussed: 1. The Current Problem of Cash Shortages 2. Digital Led…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Doug Caviness who is the VP of B2B Strategy & Partnerships at Cleverbridge. Cleverbridge is a global payment company which provides eCommerce and subscription management solutions for monetizing digital goods, online services and Software as a Service. Summary of topics discussed: 1. Increasi…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Irwin Grossman who is the CEO of Delta Payment Solutions. The company helps to lower payment processing costs for merchants by using the buying power of a cooperative. Summary of topics discussed: 1. Levelling The Playing Field For Small-Midsize Merchants 2. Benefits Of The Cooperative 3. Reb…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Brad Paterson who is the CEO of Splitit. Splitit enables e-commerce merchants to offer interest free monthly instalment payments to their customers using a customer's existing credit cards. Summary of topics discussed: 1. Customers Can Use Existing Credit: No New Debt 2. Customers Choose Inst…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Jorge Sun who is the CEO and Co-Founder of LendingFront. LendingFront is a technology platform for small business lending which uses payment data to speed up the time it takes to approve small business loans. Summary of topics discussed: 1. The Challenges of Small Business Lending 2. Using Pa…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Martinho Aragão who is the Head of Product at Utrust. Utrust is a cryptocurrency payment platform that allows merchants to accept digital currencies both online and offline, without changing the way they do business. Summary of topics discussed: 1. Buyer Protection for Crypto Payments 2. Rece…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Michael Kaplan who is the Chief Revenue Officer at PayNearMe. PayNearMe is the industry’s only platform that facilitates cash, debit, credit and ACH payments for thousands of businesses and government agencies in the USA. PayNearMe mainly focuses on companies and government departments that r…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Šarūnas Matulevičius who is the Head of Product at CoinGate. CoinGate is Payment Gateway which provides Cryptocurrency Payment Processing services for businesses of any size. Summary of topics discussed: 1. Additional Revenue Streams for Businesses 2. Signup Users Who Prefer Crypto Payments 3…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Georgy Sokolov who is a Co-Founder at Wirex. Wirex is a digital payment platform which makes cryptocurrencies and traditional currencies equal and accessible to everyone through a Mobile App and next generation Wirex Card. Summary of topics discussed: 1. Make Crypto and Traditional Currencies…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Gulnaz Khusainova who is the Founder of Easysize. Easysize helps fashion and beauty e-commerce retailers to be more sustainable by reducing returns using AI, Payment Data and Big Data for accurate sizing and fit. Summary of topics discussed: 1. The Role of Fashion & Beauty in the Payments War…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Jimmy Fong who is the Chief Commercial Officer at SEON. SEON provides detection tools and solutions to help businesses to reduce the costs, time, and challenges faced due to fraud. Summary of topics discussed: 1. Real-time intelligence 2. Social Footprint 3. Breaking the Economics for Profess…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Adam Zamecki who is the Director of Sales at SecurionPay. SecurionPay is a Payment Platform that is focused on sales conversions. The entire design and simplified user flow are built to minimize cart abandonment and increase sales. Summary of topics discussed: 1. Increased Sales Conversions 2…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Mark Peard from Xero. Mark is responsible for developing Financial Partnerships for Xero in Australia and New Zealand. Xero provides an easy-to-use cloud-based accounting software service for small businesses and their advisors around the world. Xero connects more than 2 million subscribers w…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Matt Holme who is the Founder and CEO of YouPay YouPay is a payment system that lets someone else pay for a customer’s order. You can use YouPay to receive the gifts that you want, while letting your Payer quickly, securely and safely pay for you. Summary of topics discussed: 1. Let Someone E…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Salvatore Salpietro who is the Chief Integration Officer at Fundraise Up. Fundraise Up enables non-profits to raise donations by supplying them with an advanced AI-powered payment system that removes friction from the donation process Summary of topics discussed: 1. Brand New Digital Customer…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Peter Peng who is the Founder and CEO of Jetson. Jetson is a Voice AI Platform for Commerce which enables consumers to order anything by simply speaking to a smart speaker or mobile device. The payment system is powered by the Jetson Pay Digital Wallet. Summary of topics discussed: 1. Jetson …
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Dominic Frisby who is a Columnist for MoneyWeek Magazine and the Author of multiple books about Money & Finance. His books include “Bitcoin: The Future of Money”, “Daylight Robbery: How Tax Shaped Our Past and Will Shape Our Future” and “Life After The State”. Summary of topics discussed: 1. …
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Yogesh Sangle who is the is the Global Head of Consumer Business at NIUM, which is based in Singapore. NIUM provides business payment solutions for SMEs, Financial Institutions, Enterprises and other Payment Service Providers. Summary of topics discussed: 1. Real-time Instant Payments 2. Mult…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Garima Shah who is the is the President of Biller Genie, based in the US. Biller Genie is the invoice-getting, software-connecting, automatic-reminding, all-in-one cloud-based Accounts Receivable solution that makes it easy to track invoices and get paid faster. Summary of topics discussed: 1…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Lachlan Heussler who is the is the Chief Commercial Officer of InDebted. InDebted is disrupting the Debt Collection industry by using the latest machine-learning and messaging technologies to provide customers with faster, more convenient and flexible ways to pay and settle their outstanding …
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Gehrig Kunz who is responsible for Product Marketing at Hedera Hashgraph. Hedera is a public distributed ledger built from the ground-up to support decentralised applications and Hedera’s cryptocurrency called HBAR. HBAR is fast, resource efficient and has extremely low transaction fees which…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Brandon Spear who is the President of MSTS. MSTS is a global B2B payment and credit solutions provider. The company is disrupting the global credit industry with Credit as a Service and other payment experiences which make B2B payments faster and easier than ever before. Summary of topics dis…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Samuel McCulloch, who is the Director of Business Development at RealT. RealT enables investors around the world to buy into the US real estate market through fully compliant, fractional and tokenised ownership. The platform is powered by Blockchain, Ethereum and Stablecoin technology. Summar…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Daniel Faggella, who is the CEO of Emerj Artificial Intelligence Research. A key area of focus for the company is helping the Financial Services industry to reduce payment fraud using AI solutions. Scammers are taking advantage of the COVID situation to commit eCommerce fraud, card payment fr…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Alexander Busarov, who is a Co-Founder of Tael. Tael is a Cryptocurrency Token for Safe Consumer Products. The Tael Platform allows consumers to securely verify a product’s authenticity by scanning a special NFC-enabled label. Every scan earns them Tael cryptocurrency tokens. These tokens can…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Michiel Meyer from Addity Payments in The Netherlands. Addity provides payments solutions for fast scaling companies including Fintechs, Software Providers, e-Billing Companies and Financial Institutions. Addity enables businesses to sell using Subscriptions, QR Codes, SMS and email. 10m High…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Nathan Archie who is the Australia & New Zealand Country Manager for Payoneer. Payoneer is a cross-border payments platform which enables businesses, online sellers and freelancers to make and receive payments globally as easily as they do locally. 10m Highlights Version: click here Summary o…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Jeremy Larsson who is the UK General Manager and Director of Strategic Partnerships at CurrencyFair. CurrencyFair solves the pain experienced by anyone that needs to send money abroad. Businesses, Expats and overseas home-owners typically pay large spreads (up to and even exceeding 5%) and hi…
 
In this episode of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Haroon Durrani from the Payments Strategy Team at Westpac Bank in Australia. Westpac is the first bank in Australia to introduce the Dynamic CVV security capability with the new Instant Digital Card. This new solution helps to protect merchants and Westpac customers from fraud, in addition to…
 
In Episode 3 of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Paul Weingarth who is a Co-Founder of Slyp, based in Australia. Slyp is a Digital Smart Receipts Platform which delivers receipts inside a customer’s banking app. The platform improves the payments experience for customers and unlocks new value for retailers and banks. I spoke with Paul to ask h…
 
In Episode 2 of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Gil Hildebrand who is the Founder and CEO of Gilded. Gilded is a Payments, Invoicing and Accounting Solution for companies that want to transact in Cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum. 10m Highlights Versions: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 Summary of topics discussed: 1. The challenges with…
 
In Episode 1 of The Payments Show Podcast, I spoke to Eric Benz who is the CEO of Changelly. Changelly is an instant cryptocurrency exchange. It helps customers in 2 ways. Firstly, it helps customers convert regular currency into cryptocurrency. And secondly, it helps customers exchange between different types of cryptocurrency tokens, such as exch…
 
Today I get to share my most recent interview with Jennifer Kerr - founder and owner of Windmill Bakery and Deli 31 here in Columbia, TN. Jennifer started not one, but two businesses from scratch within 2 YEARS of each other and both are thriving. Jennifer shares a ton of value in this short episode on topics like struggling with delegation, workin…
 
Today I sit down with Caleb Mathis, owner of Columbia, TN's Chik-Fil-A to discuss culture, mission, and the value of mentoring employees. If you've been struggling to learn how to empower employees and develop leadership within your team, you'll enjoy this episode full of advice and experiences that you can use to improve the quality of your team.…
 
What is "overwhelm addiction"? Who would we be if we weren't defined by how busy we are or what we do at work? How do you change as a person so that you can change your organization? How do we recognize our work colleagues in a meaningful and impactful way? In this interview with former E-Myth coach Josef Shapiro, we discuss answers to these questi…
 
Today's interview is with Dr. Allison Duke, Associate Dean and Professor of Management at Lipscomb University and in this episode we ask and answer the question: how can a manager handle the complex nature of individuals with various personalities and create a positive, productive, team culture?By Danny Coleman
 
As small business owners, it's important for us to be identifying who pays our bills. The customer relationship has to be treated exactly as such - a relationship. In this episode, Platform University Dean - John Meese - sits down with me to talk about practical ways small businesses can get clearer on who their target customers are and how to buil…
 
You already have your vision for your business - so what about the systems and people that make it up? In today's episode, I interview real estate software CEO Dan Schwartz about what it takes to build a business that can scale without your constant need to spoon-feed employees.By Danny Coleman
 
In this episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing world-class DJ, Mr. Amani Roberts (DJ AmRo) about his mission: bringing creativity into the workplace and the way it can improve team culture. The word "culture" gets thrown around a lot these days and most small businesses are ignoring it - at their peril. Creating strong bonds and perpetuating a…
 
In today's episode I speak with Liz Goddard and Nicole Grinnell of Cc: My Admin. With Cc: My Admin you only pay for the tasks you need completed by hours worked. Hiring an administrative assistant to help you optimize your time is the single greatest thing you can do to start moving towards a better relationship with your business. I thoroughly enj…
 
In today's episode, I conclude my 8 step "Organizing the Chaos Process." Click here if you want to check out the previous episodes where I covered steps 1-7. Setting up a regular meeting structure is the last thing I do when consulting with a client. Meetings seem to have a bad rap and as such, I've found that a surprising number of teams aren't ha…
 
In step #7 of my process, I talk about how I help small business owners realize the difference between working on your business vs just working in your business. If the "in" work is keeping you from the "on" work - this episode is for you. Learn about what an "Integrator" is and how they can save you from the day to day operations of your business.…
 
Now that we've gotten clear on what you want from you business, what you need to delegate, and then subsequently delegated those things, it's time to share what you've found with your team. In this episode, I teach how you can roll out these changes to your team. Getting their feedback and input is 100% required if you want to be successful moving …
 
This week, I'm picking back up on explaining my 8-step "Organizing Chaos Process". Step 3 is where the rubber starts to meet the road. During this step, we begin to delegate the activities you'd put on your "Stop Doing" list that we created during Step 2. We create "Position Agreements" which are similar to job descriptions. These are the "hats" pe…
 
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