Pat Moran is a payments executive and advisor with specific areas of expertise in payments economics, interchange management, merchant contracting, as well as product development and deployment. Mr. Moran is currently working with several private VC backed firms to help them develop their payments related business strategies including MineralTree a SMB payables solution provider. Mr. Moran conducts small business seminars on behalf of Master Your Card, a public education program sponsored by MasterCard that helps consumers, small businesses and governments get more from their money through the wise use of electronic payment technology.
Art Goudey, Compass Consulting
When I get new clients who are just starting a business, they ask me what questions they should ask credit card processors or vendors to make sure they get the best rate and the system that is best for them. Since I'm not well-versed in that area, can you come up with some basic questions to ask the credit card vendors so my clients can make smart decisions about credit cards? Read More ›
Founder and CEO of Small Business Trends
Anita Campbell is the founder and CEO of Small Business Trends. For the past 10 years has brought daily news, tips and advice to an audience now numbering over 6 million small business owners, managers and entrepreneurs annually. The site's motto is "small business success, delivered daily." The former CEO of a technology subsidiary of Bell & Howell, Anita has started and run several businesses, including a retail art gallery together with her husband. She provides advice relating to starting, operating, growing and selling a business. She maintains an active dialog on social sites, including Twitter and Facebook.
CEO, Electronic Transactions Association
Oxman brings two decades of technology and policy experience to ETA, the global trade association representing more than 500 financial and technology companies in the electronic payments industry. He joined ETA from the Consumer Electronics Association, owner of the International CES®, where he served as senior vice president of industry affairs. Previously, Oxman served as general counsel of a technology industry trade association and as vice president of a Silicon Valley-based technology company. Oxman received his B.A. cum laude from Amherst College, and his M.S. and J.D. from Boston University.