Shop Talk by Moneris: December Edition, ‘Tis The Season
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Shop Talk by Moneris: December Edition, ‘Tis The Season

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‘Tis The Season

It’s that time of year again! Time to get gather with family and celebrate the holidays. It’s a festive time, but it’s also a time when people feel their most charitable, so this month we’re talking about Charities and Not-For-Profit Businesses.

How do these types of business differ from conventional for-profit businesses? What are charities doing to become more ‘digital’ in an increasingly cashless society?

Al speaks with Mark Jordan, Managing Director, tiptap Foundation about an interesting solution for charities looking for cashless and contactless payment options.

Also in this episode:

Amanda Ibrahim,Senior Events & Sponsorship Specialist at Moneris co-hosts.
• Sean McCormick, Director, Business Development, at Moneris talks about what we can expect this year for GivingTuesday.
Stephen Mattis, Vice President at RBC, shares his expert advice about not-for-profit businesses.
• Amanda Ibrahim, Senior Events & Sponsorship Specialist at Moneris gives a rundown of December’s events calendar.


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Shop Talk by Moneris: December Edition, ‘Tis The Season

It’s that time of year again! Time to get gather with family and celebrate the holidays. It’s a festive time, but it’s also a time when people feel their most charitable, so this month we’re talking about Charities and Not-For-Profit Businesses.

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