Contactless Payment Series -4- Yale Goldberg from PopID

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Show Notes:  Originally aired on July 21st, 2020

This is Part 4 of the contactless payment series… In this episode I have the pleasure to chat with Yale Goldberg from PopID.

As Chief of Staff at PopID, a Cali Group company, Yale Goldberg is responsible for developing and launching the PopID brand and products, generating brand and product awareness and sharing the vision, benefits and story with partners and end users. Prior to joining PopID he was a management consultant for Black & Veatch, a global engineering consulting firm. While at Black and Veatch Yale worked on projects for leading international technology and mining companies, helping them to implement production efficiencies and establish cyber security standards.

Yale holds a B.S and M.S from Stanford University in Science, Technology & Society and Management Science & Engineering, respectively. While at Stanford he captained the Men’s Tennis Team and founded a student enterprise.

For more information, please visit: https://www.popid.com

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Next Week’s Show…

We will be continuing with our contactless payment series and talking to Tim Lockhart from TableSafe.  More than likely you have seen these pretty cool devices in some of the restaurants you dine in…. or use to dine in, I should say (depending on when you read this.) Tim is a very smart guy and will be talking about all things contactless including some discussion around interchange rates and what to look for.

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