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CARD INDUSTRY WEBINARS

Gain access to recorded webinars delivered by industry experts which cover a variety of topics related to the card industry.

As a member benefit, ICMA hosts live webinars featuring an industry leader or expert, delivering a virtual presentation. Below is a list of webinar recordings currently available.

This webinar is an introduction to the changes in MasterCard’s CQM Requirements that will become mandatory when they transition to version 2.16 towards the end of the year. The presenter, Uwe Trüggelmann, is the editor of the CQM Requirements document and also works as a CQM Auditor and in various other areas for MasterCard and other clients. Trüggelmann has a wide background in quality and security management of production of cards and similar devices. This webinar’s audience targets at quality and production professionals involved in the CQM certification of their sites.

Al Vrancart details European market trends. Al’s presentation will offer great insights into the trends of the 12 vertical market segments as well as card manufacturing and personalisation growth globally and regionally.

In this webinar Karen Brooker, VP of Sales for ABnote NA, discusses gift card trends including macro retail trends, the impact of those macro trends on the gift card market, and helping merchants stay relevant.

In this webinar Jen Samuel, Public Relations Manager for ICMA, explores social media marketing and how ICMA members can use social media to manufacture success. Social media marketing represents an opportunity, that is virtually free, to tell your story to diverse audiences and ultimately build your brand.

In this webinar, David Tushie reviews the current state of Standards activities. Tushie examines both maintenance actions to mature Standards and the development of new Standards that address new technologies. Learn about the current state of applicable card Standards and have a clear view of what new Standards are coming so that you can be advised how they may affect your business going forward.

In this webinar, McGee will review high level trends and feedback within the industry regarding materials and design trends. This will incorporate customer design trends for artworks (inks), core materials, finishes, specialty materials, etc. As manager of the U.S. Financial service team for CPI Card Group, McGee is able to listen to all of the company’s customers and come up with new and innovative concepts. The goal of this webinar will be to create continued awareness around what the actual issuers and resellers are driving toward. Create a “voice” of those folks to the industry suppliers.

In this webinar, Baskin, Schneiderhan and Rose will explore the world of UV curable printing and how this technology can enhance current print operations. UV curable printing is a new technology to most plastic card printers, and there is limited understanding in how this technology can enhance current print operations. With moderate capital investments in equipment that can enhance current screen presses, UV curable printing can improve the overall bottom line of a card printer with faster speeds, better outcomes, and environmental benefits.

In this webinar, Fontanella and Ehrlich explore strategies that card issuers and processers alike will adopt that focus on sustained growth in traditional EMV credit card issuance and the role that host card emulation (HCE) will have in influencing mobile wallet credential adoption in parallel.

In this webinar, David Tushie reviews the current state of Standards activities. Tushie examines both maintenance actions to mature Standards and the development of new Standards that address new technologies. Learn about the current state of applicable card Standards and have a clear view of what new Standards are coming so that you can be advised how they may affect your business going forward.

This webinar takes a look at technology of the recent past to understand why we are where we are today. In addition, a look at where the technology is going so we can predict the possible directions for the future.

This webinar discussed the selection of core material as well as adhesive coatings in card laminations.

This webinar explores the history of the effects of electrostatic discharge (ESD) on cards in transaction terminals and the Standards activity that resulted from this development. It will identify the work that has been done to characterize this phenomenon with electrically conductive cards. The International Standards and EMVCo organizations are developing testing requirements for this effect. From this webinar, card manufacturers and Issuers will gain an understanding of the current state of this Standard activity and how card and terminal conductivity will be tested.

This presentation discusses the evolution of NFC, its current state, the benefits of using the technology and where NFC is already in use. How NFC is used for shopping is also be discussed, highlighting new updates as well as what it brings to the consumer’s shopping experience. The important question of “Is NFC a threat to the card industry?” is also addressed.

ICMA Standards and Technical Representative David Tushie presents a critical ISO and ANSI card standards update that addresses the issues discussed in recent ISO and ANSI Card Standards meetings. Knowing what topics are under discussion at these meetings will allow you to plan for any impact they may have on your business or business plans. The current state of applicable card standards is presented and interpreted so that they will be relevant to your present and future business activities. Also, your input on the proposed changes will give the group a valuable perspective on the potential impact these changes could have on your business going forward. There will be an update on both ISO/SC 17/WG 1 and ANSI/INCITS/B10 Standards activities.

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