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Todder Moning

 

Todder Moning

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As a product innovation director in the Global Payments Innovation Group of U.S. Bank, Todder Moning is an expert in creating new revenue streams and pioneering new market entries. A business and product development creative with 25 years of experience in the financial services industry, Mr. Moning is responsible for product discovery, design and development, emerging payments strategy, technology evangelism, and the incubation of emerging products for the division.

Mr. Moning received a bachelor’s degree in economics and finance from the University of Maryland Baltimore County and is an honors graduate of the Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland with an MBA in strategy and marketing. He is also a trained creative facilitator and an expert in numerous emerging technologies.

Mr. Moning currently writes a blog for Connect titled “Found Objects” where he discusses interesting and innovative finds including websites, apps, and new products and services that can be of use to business owners.

Blog Posts

A blog discovering and discussing interesting and innovative finds including websites, apps, or new products & services. Note that the writer doesn’t have a commercial interest in, paid or...
Posted: 11/15/2013
You’re a successful small business owner or an aspiring entrepreneur, which means you’re a great marketer, right?  Well, I happened upon this new thing and thought of you.  Turns out that at...
Posted: 08/21/2013
In tough business times, it’s more important than ever to find creative ways to get your best customers and potential new customers to pierce that barrier (also known as your front door).  This can...
Posted: 07/11/2013
Desperate times call for desperate measures. Ok, so times aren’t desperate (yet), but it still doesn’t excuse the entrepreneur from thinking creatively about how to extend the boundaries of their...
Posted: 04/04/2013
In another of my “Times are Tough” series, I’ve found a site that’s trying to bring legal documents to the people, demystified and easy to use and sign online.  The site is called Docracy (http://www...
Posted: 01/10/2013
In another of my “Times are Tough” series, I’ve been pondering the business model known as “subscription” and wondering why more businesses don’t look to start their own. The subscription model is...
Posted: 10/05/2012
While searching the globe for interesting and creative new ways to do stuff, I’m always amazed at how the mundane can be reinvented into something innovative. So it was today when I found a couple of...
Posted: 08/24/2012
In a recent post, I talked about using crowdfunding solutions such as Kickstarter.com, IndieGoGo, RocketHub and the like as a creative tool for funding a new project. And whether you use crowd or...
Posted: 08/10/2012
Blogger Todder Moning shares a new way to get rid of an old problem – junk mail. OK, my third post on Found Objects and maybe you’re starting to get the idea that I’m a bit of a geek, preferring to...
Posted: 07/26/2012
Problem: You’re creative and have a really interesting new idea or project but you’re not sure how to raise money to bring it to market. Solution:  www.kickstarter.com Never heard of Kickstarter?...
Posted: 06/29/2012
In this post, I want to share a couple of recent finds under the category of timesaving “life hacks” (cool techie slang for productivity tips or shortcuts) —  one is for folks who like to talk to...
Posted: 05/30/2012

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