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Sustainable Materials for Payment Cards

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Actionable Benefits

  • Make informed product development investment decisions as it relates to the variety of sustainable approaches covering rPVC, PETG, rPETG, PLA and reclaimed ocean plastics.
  • Optimize regional sales and marketing outreach by understanding current market dynamics and regional differences in issuer sustainable approaches and material choices.
  • Identify and better target the largest growth opportunities as it relates to the myriad of sustainable material composites.
  • Focus efforts where they need to be focused by recognizing different sustainable material limitations related to supply chain, standardization, durability and personalization.

Critical Questions Answered

  • Which sustainable material will find the most purchase in the market? (Recycled PVC, PETG/Recycled PETG, PLA, Reclaimed Ocean Plastic).
  • What are the key considerations of each material that are critical to ensuring successful implementation?
  • Which materials will occupy a mainstay position as a competitor to PVC, and which will remain a niche?
  • Aside from materials, what other business and marketing practices will lead to sustainability in the payment card market?
  • Which regions will drive the greatest revenue opportunities in the sustainable payment card market?

Research Highlights

  • Sustainable material payment card forecasts for all regions, covering 2019 to 2025.
  • Overview of the most prevalent sustainable materials, including pros and cons.
  • Strategic insight into marketing techniques, personalization techniques, supply-chain availability and standardization and certification. 

Who Should Read This?

  • Strategy planners within smart card organizations.
  • Sales and marketing leaders looking to understand the revenue and margin opportunity and benchmark organizational performance.
  • Other ecosystem players working in strategy, sales and marketing capacities, looking to understand total available market sizes.

Table of Contents

1. NEXT-GENERATION SMART CARD MATERIALS AND ECOLOGICAL PRACTICES

1.1. Executive Summary
1.2. Strategic Recommendations
1.3. Introduction
1.4. Definitions

2. MARKET DRIVERS AND PAIN POINTS

2.1. Drivers
2.2. Pain Points
2.3. Alternative Substrate Costs and Pricing Points

3. SUSTAINABLE SUBSTRATES AND PRACTICES IN SMART CARD MARKETS

3.1. Card Substrates
3.2. Carbon-Neutral Programs and Consortiums
3.3. Packaging and Production Consumables

4. SUBSTRATE PORTFOLIOS AND MARKETING OPPORTUNITIES

4.1. Sustainability and Marketing Practices
4.2. Account Types and Substrate Offerings

5. FORECAST SUMMARY

5.1. Regional Forecast