Josh Linkner to Deliver Keynote at the Secure Cash & Transport Association’s 2019 Cash Industry Conference

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New York Times best-selling author and tech entrepreneur, Josh Linkner, will discuss the impact of globalization in the secure cash and transport industry during his keynote address at the 2019 SCTA Conference in Chicago, October 9-11, 2019. 

Purcellville, VA (June 18, 2019) – The Secure Cash and Transport Association (SCTA) announces its selection of Josh Linkner as the keynote speaker for its 2019 cash and transportation industry conference. Linkner is a famed tech entrepreneur, New York Times bestselling author, venture capital investor, and renowned innovation keynote speaker. Applied to the cash industry, he will inspire attendees to fuel progress through innovation, leadership, and creativity in the face of increasing globalization.

The SCTA is a non-profit organization dedicated to representing the shared interests of professionals in the ATM servicing, cash handling and processing, transportation, and safekeeping of cash and coin throughout North America. The SCTA Conference is an annual event dedicated to pushing this mission forward by bringing professionals and thought leaders together in one location to review key trends and issues impacting the safety, security, and overall success of the industry.

The 2019 conference will feature a close look at how the increasing velocity of globalization is impacting the cash industry in North America. The conference will take place on October 9-11, 2019 at the Westin Michigan Avenue in Chicago.

“Globalization is a reality of business that cannot be ignored and is a driving force behind the cash industry’s future,” remarks Mark Lowers, President of the SCTA. “With insight from Josh Linkner, we look forward to igniting ideas and action steps to help our industry succeed in this evolving landscape,” he continued.

Attendees of the 2019 SCTA Conference will represent the full spectrum of the cash industry, including retailers, coin wrappers, financial institutions, insurance carriers, armored operators, ATM cash providers, security compliance experts, and more. The event will feature informative sessions, networking opportunities, and exhibits.

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About the Secure Cash & Transport Association (SCTA)

The Secure Cash & Transport Association (SCTA) is a non-profit association established in 2013 to represent the shared interests of professionals in ATM servicing, cash handling/processing, transportation, and safekeeping of cash and coin throughout North America. Founding members include Cash Connect-ATM Solutions by WSFS Bank, Coin Wrap, Inc., Davis Bancorp, Great American Insurance Group Fidelity/Crime Division, Griffin Incorporated, Loomis, Lowers Risk Group, Marshall & Sterling, Rochester Armored Car Company, Inc., Elan, Willis Fine Art, and Jewelry & Specie USA. Industry groups represented by the association include armored operators, insurance providers, truck builders, financial institutions, ATM cash providers, coin wrappers, security surveys and compliance providers, and loss adjusters.

Members of the Board of Directors for the Secure Cash & Transport Association include: President, Mark Lowers, CEO, Lowers Risk Group; Vice President, Antonio Palmiotto, Executive Chairman, FAJS, Willis of New York, Inc.; Secretary, Michael Gaul, EVP Marketing, Lowers Risk Group; Greg McKay, President, Griffin Inc.; Jason Kyd, VP Specie, Great American Insurance Group; Joseph Shea, President, Rochester Armored Car; J.R. Davis, Senior Vice President, Davis Bancorp; Laura Jones, Senior VP, ATM & Debit Services, U.S. Bank; Randall Sheltra, SVP Risk Management, Loomis U.S.; Tom Stevenson, President, Cash Connect; Curtis Fox, Executive Director, Corporate Security, Garda Cash Logistics; Todd Worthey, VP, US Risk Management, Brinks, Inc.; Bill Crichton, Treasury Operations Manager, Costco Wholesale; and Jim Petit, President Currency Management Solutions, G+D Currency Technology.

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