Allen Iov is the creator of www.the-brandman.com. Learn how to get your products into retail storesStarted several companies in the E-commerce space. SnapNsold was created to sell local people unwanted stuff on eBay. Around 2009, I pivoted that company to buy products off Aliexpress myself and sell them on eBay.In 2015, I moved to Russia to help create a large online store in Moscow. We took products from large physical marketplaces inside and outside Moscow and made them available online. When my Visa in Russia was over, I came back to Seattle to start a wholesale company that sold products on amazon.I went to stores around my area, took their best-selling products, and added them on amazon. After 2 years, I moved into branding and creating my own products.This turned into a large company that sells its products all over the world. You can find us at Walmart, Bed Bath & Beyond, Nordstroms, Crate & Barrel, and Target.00:00 Introduction00:34 how to get into physical retail stores 1:05 Allen Iov as a retail industry expert03:24 Getting into retail04:04 Biggest mistake getting into physical retail06:11 How does wholesale pricing of retail price works07:20 Achieving the biggest successes9:22 Best platform to get the best bang for the buck11:10 Target is a behemoth waiting to happen 12:13 First retail experience with Walmart13:46 How do big boxes pay you15:02 Ways to reach out buyers16:44 Getting a good retail packaging19:06 Retailers looking for innovative trendy products21:26 Showing good retail readiness21:55 Hiring a rep to get into physical retail stores23:21 How to find these reps25:54 How to showcase your products to retailers27:21 Running a boring business is good, consistent but boring28:06 Packaging of items30:04 Getting into online arbitrage31:58 Amazon Marketplace in a nutshell34:15 Branding is a lot have to do with trust 35:04 Payment terms and agreement with every retailer37:20 About Brand10x39:38 Good business book to read
Jordan Engelhardt is a former real estate appraiser who found herself wanting a career change amidst the housing market crash of the late 2000s. With liquor store shelves packed with cocktail mixers full of sugar and empty calories, Jordan was determined to give her favorite cocktail mixes a healthier makeover. She knew she couldn't be the only one that wanted a delicious and better-for-you cocktail, so she grabbed some limes and got to work to make it herself. Her mother fueled Jordan's entrepreneurial spirit being her #1 taste tester and giving her a $5,000 loan to start Skinny Mixes. It took 18 months from the moment she had the idea to bring the product to life. Jordan was a motivated entrepreneur from the beginning, pitching her mixes to every bar and liquor store that would meet with her. Her big break happened when she was picked out of a whole lineup of well established brands to be the featured margarita mixer at Bed Bath and Beyond. Skinny Mixes has since skyrocketed to global success and its female team is innovating the beverage industry with better for you options. To date, the original margarita mix from day one has sold 75 million bottles. Jordan's goal has always been to empower people to make healthier choices from their morning coffee to their evening cocktail, without sacrificing flavor. Today, Skinny Mixes offers a wide range of over 100 products from flavor bursts for on-the-go use, to all-natural margarita mixes and much more. Jordan's favorite products include the Sugar Free Cotton Candy Syrup, the Sugar Free Salted Dark Chocolate Espresso Syrup and the Salted Caramel Flavor Burst. Skinny Mixes is the leading brand for low calorie and low sugar syrups and mixes, and has been featured in Food & Beverage Magazine, BevNet, New York Post, and many more. Web: https://www.skinnymixes.com Follow: @skinnymixes About the show: ► Website: http://www.ashsaidit.com ► For $5 in ride credit, download the Lyft app using my referral link: https://www.lyft.com/ici/ASH584216 ► Review Us: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ash-said-it/id1144197789 ► SUBSCRIBE HERE: http://www.youtube.com/c/AshSaidItSuwanee ► Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/1loveash ► Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ashsaidit ► Twitter: https://twitter.com/1loveAsh ► Blog: http://www.ashsaidit.com/blog ► Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/1LoveAsh/ #atlanta #ashsaidit #ashsaidthat #ashblogsit #ashsaidit® Ash Brown is a gifted American producer, blogger, speaker, media personality and event emcee. The blog on AshSaidit.com showcases exclusive event invites, product reviews and so much more. Her motivational podcast "Ash Said It Daily" is available on major media platforms such as iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio & Google Podcasts. This program has over half a million streams worldwide. She uses these mediums to motivate & encourage her audience in the most powerful way. She keeps it real!
The Rise of Retail-Inspired Marketing Leadership Eric Steinberger is in the house to share his thoughts as a retail-inspired marketing leader. Eric is the Chief Marketing Officer for Atlantic Health System and the former CMO at Bed Bath & Beyond, so his retail experience is especially relevant as he shares how his team is organized, how they set priorities to meet consumers' needs, and how they focus on access, affordability, and quality. All that, plus the Flava of the Week about the launch of Instacart Health. What role can Instacart and other service technologies play as we look to re-center the business systems that serve as the foundation of healthcare? Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen/
Eric Steinberger is in the house to share his thoughts as a retail-inspired marketing leader. Eric is the Chief Marketing Officer for Atlantic Health System and the former CMO at Bed Bath & Beyond, so his retail experience is especially relevant as he shares how his team is organized, how they set priorities to meet consumers' needs, and how they focus on access, affordability, and quality. All that, plus the Flava of the Week about the launch of Instacart Health. What role can Instacart and other service technologies play as we look to re-center the business systems that serve as the foundation of healthcare? This show is produced by Shift Forward Health, the channel for change makers. Subscribe to Shift Forward Health on your favorite podcast app, and you'll be subscribed to our entire library of shows. See our full lineup at ShiftForwardHealth.com. One subscription, all the podcasts you need, all for free. (#237)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today is gonna be a quick lesson on how you can not only survive, but thrive during a recession. While everyone is cutting costs and sacrificing marketing, you can start dominating the field. One of the best ways to do that is to start with your database. Three Things You'll Learn in This EpisodeHow to seize opportunities in this market.How to use your database to maximize clients.How can we stay in front of our database?ResourcesReal Estate Marketing DudeThe Listing Advocate (Earn more listings!)REMD on YouTubeREMD on InstagramTranscript:So how do you attract new business, you constantly don't have to chase it. Hi, I'm Mike Cuevas a real estate marketing. This podcast is all about building a strong personal brand people have come to know, like trust, and most importantly, refer. But remember, it is not their job to remember what you do for a living, it's your job to remind them. Let's get started. What's up ladies and gentlemen, welcome another episode of the real estate marketing dude, podcast, folks, what we're gonna be chatting about today, I don't have any gas, we're going to do a little bit of a teaching moment. And with this recession, with all these things coming on, I think it's more than ever important if someone helps lead the way, from someone who has actually been through these types of markets before. I know it's coming, I feel it's coming. I'm ready for it. So I want to be able to provide a lot of that insight because I've been here before, folks, I've done this in the past, and I cannot wait to do it again. First off, these markets are great, there's a ton of opportunity in them. And I understand that you may be scared right now. But don't be be encouraged. Business may be slow a little bit for the time being, but it's okay. It's what you do now, though, that's going to pay off tomorrow. So this is the time when you do not sit down and go hide in the closet, because you're too fucking scared to go out there because you don't know where your next commission paycheck is going to be. This is not the time that you go out and you start crying, and just keep on doing more and more of the same. This is when you look at your business and you focus and working on it. And what I want to dedicate this week's show to is one of those little areas that I'm going to encourage you to focus on, and that is going to be on your database 100% This entire podcasts gonna be focused on just how to own your database, and I want to take you through a very simplistic way to stay in touch with them. Now, I literally just got off a call. And it's the same question every single time I get, how are you staying in front of your database, you know, when we bring people on board, we're recruiting their content, and one of the things we do with them as we build their database for them, so that when we create their videos, we put the videos in front of the right people and the right people are always the right people, you know, past clients, friends, family, aunts, and uncles. And I'm just shocked that literally, no one ever talked to you as a system to stay in front of their database, or stay in relationship with them. And every single person I talked to well over on average, over 6070, most times 80% of their business is coming from that very database, but they don't even have a system to market it and stay in touch with it. And to me, that's just crazy. Like, folks, we know where the business comes from. In this business, it comes from people we already know not strangers. Okay. We'll, we'll do a lead generation podcast next week. But let's focus today on sphere of influence over 80% of businesses comes from people we know we met in the past and we personally used or we run into over 80%. So the number one, regardless of the market conditions, the number one form of marketing and a real estate agents business is always been to stay in front of their own database. And let's first define what your database is, and I'm gonna show you how to stay in front of it. First off is your database is not a combination of a bunch of leads. It's not your farm area, not the way at least I'm gonna explain it to you your database is a combination and a collection of the relationships Haven't you haven't lived. So your database is your entire Facebook friends lists your IG followers, your personal email list the people that you have in your cell phone, those are your database base, okay. And the best thing about real estate is that this is the only business in the world that you can start and have a built in clientele. The problem is, is that you have to take that built in clientele and earn their business. But more importantly, before you could earn their business, they got to make sure they know what the hell you do. And that alone is the problem in itself. So during these types of markets, when you see a recessionary type market like we're in today, and you're going to continue to see us the rates will go up a little bit further. I think we're in October 14, as of now, the market is going to get scarier and watch what's happening overseas, especially in England right now, there's a big crash coming over there. It's gonna affect our market too. You got to look at these types of things and be ready for it. But the reason why you want to own your database is because people within it are still going to move. Some people are going to get sick, some people are going to lose their job, a lot of people are gonna lose their job, unfortunately,a lot of people are going to lose some income, some people are gonna get a promotion, some people are gonna have kids, some people won't get divorced, lots of people are gonna get divorced in a recession. But some people are gonna get married. It doesn't matter when life happens, people move. And of those people who are going to move despite what interest rates do over 80 plus percent of them are going to use the first person they speak with, and that's either going to be you or it's gonna be somebody else. That's marketing like me. So if you want it to be you, here's exactly here's what I recommend doing now, very first is that your database has all the relationships you have in life, okay? And each one of those relationships you have in life is worth at least $25,000. And here's why everyone lives somewhere last I checked unless you have a bunch of bums as friends. But if you're in real estate, that's probably not the case. Nothing to the bumps against the bumps, I saw a bum shoot someone on Encinitas downtown yesterday. So forgive me, if I'm on politically correct, I'm gonna have a lot of love for the bums right now.But that's another story.Your database is going to be anyone that you'd say hello to in a grocery store, walk down the street and say hello, or feel a pain in your stomach like a knife was going through it. If you found out they bought or sold a house without you. That's your database. Now, the only way you can stay in touch with them is to set up several different communication channels, several different ways to stay in touch, which is why you need to build an email list, which is why you need to build a direct mail list, which is why you want to continuously be creating content on social media because your email list your direct mail list and your social media accounts are nothing more than just channels to stay in touch with the people you already know. Because 100% of the people you already know have the ability to refer you one deal. This means that 100% of your Facebook friends, your IG followers, your email list your neighbors, your aunts, your uncles, and every single person that you know that you come across with 100% of them have a referral for you because everyone knows someone who's moving. The question is, are you going to get it or not? Well, you increase those chances of getting it when you become more referral you become a referral when you become more marketable when you start becoming more marketable requires creating content that reminds people you're in real estate. It is really that simple. People always want to farm strangers like I get on Oh, my farm area, oh, I'm gonna go farm area, folks, the best farm area have are your Facebook, friends, your email, as I just listed them up. It's the people you know. And the main difference between farming a bunch of strangers versus farming the people you already know is that strangers don't refer things they've never experienced with in the past. But relationships do. Very important point. So we're going to farm your database, and I'm going to teach you the three channels that you're going to farm your database with, that will make you unforgettable, and you'll attract more business. The only time it doesn't work is if people don't like you, and it's nothing we can help you with. You're in the wrong damn business. If that's the case, this is a popularity contest. This is the people's business. And if you're not a people's person, or you don't want to be whether you're an introvert or an extrovert, it can be very difficult to attract business. You're going to be the hamster wheel of lead generation, your entire career you're gonna burn out as soon as possible. So let's go through this direct mail. If you're not direct mail, farming your database, you are losing money.Direct Mail, Mike, does that still work? You bet your assets still works. That's the reason why Bed Bath and Beyond and every other major corporation is doing it. If it didn't work, trust me, those people are a lot smarter than us. They have a lot more money than us, and they wouldn't be doing it. But here's why direct mail works. And everyone has a direct mail list your direct mail list guys. First off is your wedding list and all your past clients. Okay? So if I imagine everyone that you'd invite to your wedding or funeral with an unlimited budget, that's part of your direct mail list. And don't tell me you don't have their direct mail. You invite them to your fucking wedding or funeral. You have their direct mail. Or you can get one because everyone could everyone has a wedding list. But when it comes to real estate people, oh, I don't have a direct mail list. We'll go get fucking married and then all sudden, you're going to have a direct mail list. I don't know why it works that way. But it does and anyone you'd invite to your wedding, wouldn't you expect to do business with you. That's why you farm them. So I want to find my wedding list. And then I want to add on my past clients to it. That's your direct mail list. Okay. Now, if I am going to farm them with direct mail, here's why it works. Everything I explained to you is going to be mathematical. If I sent my direct mail lists full of relationships, one postcard a month. I just kept doing that 100% of them are going to get it 100% of them are gonna get it, they're gonna get the postcard in the mail. I don't care if they throw it in the trash. I don't even they just physically engaged with me. Direct Mail is the only channel that's going to give me a 100%. receivership rate. Because everyone on my list is going to get it and it's the only form of marketing that's going to be physical. Think about that. If I have 200 people on my direct mail list, 10 to 15% of them are moving this year. Okay, so that's 200 People getting one postcard a month. There's probably anywhere between 20 and 30 deals right in there. But 100% of them have a referral for me so am I more likely to get the referrals if I keep showing up on their doorstep each and every month? You bet your sem it's the same reason why direct mail farming still works today. But direct mail farming doesn't work over overnight. It works over time. And here's how that works. People pick a neighborhood of 500 doors, and they start farming them. Year one, you might get two listings, year three, you get three to four, year three, you get five, seven plus, and all sudden you got a business, right? Well, why is that? Well, it's because you consistently kept showing up to their doorstep each and every month where that people finally said, hey, that's the neighborhood realtor. The only difference between farming a relationship versus farming a stranger in your farm is that that relationship will refer business immediately, the foreign person won't, you need to pop up a long time to do so because they've never experienced you themselves. So I want you to apply that. If you find your book or relationships, your wedding list plus all past clients, would you do more business? And the answer is absolutely, because a certain percentage of those people are going to move in 88% of them are going to hire the first person they speak to. So that's either going to be you or it's going to be me or gonna be someone else that's marketing them. Which one is it going to be, that's why you farm your database people go, it's gonna be too expensive. Listen, it costs $12 a year to send that person or that contact $12 a year to send that contact a direct mail piece, and that's sending your direct mail pieces $1 A piece 12 You're saying you won't spend $12 per person in your relationship list a year, that person is going to move in five to seven years, which means that $12 I'm going to spend a whopping $100, staying in front of this person that I have the potential to not only generate the referrals for the rest of my life, but I have the potential to get their repeat business for the rest of my life. And everyone buys three to five houses over the course of their lifetime. That's why I said Every relationship is worth $25,000. Because every relationship is going to move three to five houses, they're going to buy three to five houses over the course of their lifetime, which will equate north of a $25,000 commission unless you live in the sticks.That's why it matters.Now, let's go through channel number two, that's just direct mail, channel number two, email, video email. Specifically, if you were to send one to two video emails a month to your database list and the people on your email list are going to be everyone that's on your wedding list. But plus everybody else's whose direct mails you don't have what's going to be your evite list, that if you had a birthday party, you'd invite everyone in the world to you have an unlimited budget, open bar, anyone you'd invite to that party or that including past clients. There's your email list. Same, the same statistics are true 10 to 15% of your email list is moving this year, but 100% of them have a referral for you. So I want you to do the math, if I am to consistently video email. And I'll get to the content in a second but video email database one to two times a month that's gonna give me anywhere between another 12 and 24 touches to my email list, we see 40% open rates on these pretty consistently north of that it's even much higher many times. But 40% Most people are gonna open those emails. Well, it's just a numbers game 10 to 15% of those opens are going to move on 100% of those opens, are going to have a referral for you. The question is, are they're going to use you. Referrals happen instantly, you either get it or you don't when you're top of mind, you're more than likely to get it when you're out of sight you're not. In either case, whether that's not moving or they're referring you to moving. It's all about attention who they think of first. That's who they hire.Question Who is going to be you? That's the question.That's just email. Now if I have email and direct mail going at same time now let's apply that same concept to social media. On social media, 10 to 15% of people see your shit, they're moving 100% people see your shit, they have referral for you very simple, be very loud, be very proud and go through social and create a whole lot of content because 100% of your Facebook followers, friends, family, aunts and uncles live somewhere. Same with your IG. Same with LinkedIn. Look at when you're creating a lot of content on social, whether you're doing video or reels or whatever the hell you're doing. You got to be consistent at it. And you got to post more on social because out of all the engagement you get out of all those views the same statistics are true 10 to 15% of the people who see your content will be moving 100% of the people who see your refer who see your content have referral for you when they give you the next one. See when you combine direct mail, email and social media and just stay in front of the people you'd invite to your wedding or funeral you're going to transact business it's impossible not to unless all those people don't like you but if that's the case then you have the wrong damn list or you're in the wrong business like I said earlier it regardless of the market it let me just do ROI on this like what were the costs out of their direct mail you give a video email system you just video emailing them people asked you expect all too expensive. Oh God, so expensive, so expensive. What are you talking about? I just told you direct mail cost it's $12 per contact. If you're not willing to put in $12 per contact. You're not running a business your salesperson chasing a check, video email, create the damn videos put in the time. What does video email subscription cost you $49 A month you're in business dude, you gotta cost you're gonna have cost of doing business. This is one of them. We call them cogs cost of goods sold.Oh, I don't have time.You do this in two ways, you either make the time or you pay someone to do it. In either case, not doing it is not optional. It's a necessity. It's just the way the market is. And the ones who were very loud and proud right now I'm tie this back into the recession and land this plane. But the ones who were very loud and proud right now are the ones who will be very loud and proud after the business after the recession is over. The statistics are already showing month over month, we're already 33% down in transaction count. And what we're seeing is that we're gonna experience about a third last transactions this year. But at the same time, what we're also going to experience is a large number of agents leaving the industry in the next six to 12, maybe even 18 months, which is an opportunity for everyone who remains in it, the part timers are going to leave like they do in every reception, the full timers in the business people are going to take over. But the number one audience, the first take over are the people that you already know, before you try to go out and take over ones you've never met. It's extremely important to understand the number of agents who will leave the business will be greater than the third list of transactions we're going to experience, which means there's going to be less agents doing more transactions. The question is,Which route are you going to hit. So when you want tothe number one thing I would do in my advice to you guys, first is pull lead generation immediately if you're spending money on ads, and all this other crap, don't do it right now. And the reason why I'm not talking about if it's still providing a positive ROI, I take that back, keep doing it. But when this times change like this, what happens is that the ROI you had six months ago on the lead your bind is not the same ROI you're gonna have today because consumer habits changed. And that's what's scary about it. So you have to be very careful in the shifts. But the one audience that doesn't cost a lot to markets, you always double down on that is ready and able to be infiltrated. Because the same number of people are going to move within it is always the people that you know, like and trust, or that you'd invite to your funeral. Focus on serving all of those people and re establishing ties, and owning those that database until things stabilize again right now. And if you don't have a database, this is the time you start building one because not staying in touch with the people that you already know like and trust is only losing money. And if you've experienced anytime within the last six to 12 months of logging on to social media and learning that a friend or family member or even at a party learned that a friend and family member or someone you know well bought or sold a house without you that just means that you're not doing a good enough reminding people what you do for a living because it's not their job to remember what you do for a living. It's your job to remind them folks, if you liked this episode, and you like what we had to say today, I want you to go ahead and visit real estate marketing dude.com and a couple of weeks we're going to be rolling out a marketing software called brand new that is going to do all of this stuff for you and stay in touch with your database. I encourage you to check that out if you liked this message today because I want to make database marketing great again and what we want to do with that that's what the software is going to do make staying in touch and nurturing your network easier, simpler and not take up a lot of time. Thanks so much for listening other episode real estate marketing podcast you have any additional questions please feel free to visit us at real estate market dude.com We script we had it we should be videos for people and we have many other different services but our main thing is just building your personal brand and attracting business from the people you already know. Thanks for listening. We'll see you guys next week. Thank you for watching another episode of the real estate marketing dude podcast. If you need help with video or finding out what your brand is, visit our website at WWW dot real estate marketing dude.com We make branding and video content creation simple and do everything for you. 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Eighty-eight percent of the Fortune 500 companies that existed in 1955 are gone. Poof.Half of them withered because they had a manager in the role of CEO when they desperately needed a leader. The other half were destroyed by a leader when a manager could have held the company together and grown it incrementally. The most important role of a board of directors is to know when their company needs a leader and when it needs a manager. Managers prefer incremental change, evolution. Leaders prefer exponential change, revolution. Managers guard the status quo. “If it ain't broke, don't fix it.” Leaders invent new ways of thinking. “If it ain't broke, break it, so we can create something new.” Managers prefer a map and a path. Leaders prefer unexplored territory. Managers say, “Ready, Aim, Fire.” Leaders say “Ready, Fire, Aim.” But this isn't as crazy as it sounds. When shooting a cannon, this is called finding your range. Managers focus on planning and execution. Leaders focus on improvisation and innovation. Managers make organizational charts. Leaders make messes. Managers are given authority over others. Leaders are voluntarily followed by others. Kodak, Blockbuster, MySpace, General Motors, and General Electric were overwhelmingly dominant in their categories until their Manager-CEO's fell asleep while guarding the status quo. Do not think the internet killed K-Mart, Montgomery Wards, Sears, J.C. Penney, or Bed Bath & Beyond. Walmart sells all those same products and they're still doing fine because they saw the marketplace rapidly changing in August, 2016 and responded by putting visionary leader Marc Lore in charge of Walmart's US e-commerce operations. Amazon did $398.8 billion in 2021.Walmart did $488 billion.Managers mistakenly think they can lead. Leaders mistakenly think they can manage. I know only two men who can perform both functions. Dewey Jenkins is one of them. If I written those words during the 10 years Dewey and I worked together, it would have sounded like flattery. But now that he is retired and I have stepped away, I am free to speak the truth. Good mothers can also perform both functions. Every good mother is a miraculous manager and a visionary leader. I was raised by an extremely good mother and my sons were raised by another. Good managers know what to “protect at all costs.” They know what not to change. Bad managers look only for compliance and conformity, blind to the special abilities that hide within their employees. But good managers see those special abilities and call them to the surface where they can sparkle. A good manager encourages your special ability and uses it to maximum effect, while partnering you with someone who sparkles in the area where you are weak. When you see a legendary duo, you can be sure that a brilliant manager put them together. The genius of visionary leaders is that they charge full speed ahead when they see opportunity on the horizon. When they see a storm coming, they steer around it. Visionary leaders recognize what is no longer working and do hesitate to change it. Bang. Gone. If you want to listen to the inner thoughts of visionary leaders and understand how their minds work, there are only two books you need to read. Sam Walton: Made in America (John Huey and Sam Walton) Iacocca: An Autobiography (Lee Iacocca and William Novak) As a special bonus to yourself, take a look at – https://www.amazon.com/Where-Have-All-Leaders-Gone/dp/1416532471/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1663430767&sr=8-1 (Where Have All the Leaders Gone?) – a slim volume written by Lee Iacocca when he was 82 years old. I love that book. And I love you, too. Thanks for reading my ramblings. Roy H. Williams Six times a year, Jonathan Dahl produces a magazine that reaches 1.8 million global executives and business owners. He also publishes a weekly online newsletter that has gets more than 3.5 million annual page views. Jonathan
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Welcome to Friday and to another weekend. In the news, what FedEx said was a total shock to the world of business, the markets faltered again today and Bed Bath and Beyond is closing more than 50 stores…we'll share where. It's the business news headlines for Friday the 16th of September, thanks everybody for being with us. Also, remember that you can hook up with us all day on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour and on Instagram. Here's what we've got for you today: Could FedEx statement be a leading indicator of a recession; The markets tumbled and oil gained a bit; Bed, Bath & Beyond closing stores we've got a list; Consumers more bullish on the economy than economists; Credit card skimmers and how to protect yourself; The Wall Street Report; What's in a name? Maybe losing out on a great job. Thanks for listening! The award winning Insight on Business the News Hour with Michael Libbie is the only weekday business news podcast in the Midwest. The national, regional and some local business news along with long-form business interviews can be heard Monday - Friday. You can subscribe on PlayerFM, Podbean, iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher or TuneIn Radio. And you can catch The Business News Hour Week in Review each Sunday Noon on News/Talk 1540 KXEL. The Business News Hour is a production of Insight Advertising, Marketing & Communications. You can follow us on Twitter @IoB_NewsHour.
In This Episode we welcome aaron and Griffin to the show, along with Dan and Brian. Matt Lodi is busy catching up on Survivor, Jason is recruiting for his new Boy Band, and Josh is at Bed Bath and Beyond picking out curtains. THis week we talk about the week that was in the NFL, and is this the year that The Pats are just another team? This and much much more only on ATI
US futures are indicating a higher open. Trading in both Asian and European markets has been significantly weaker, following Tuesday's weak US session. Reverberations have been felt in global markets following the weak Tuesday US trading session as a result of the hotter-than-expected August CPI data. We've also seen signals of intervention from the Bank of Japan, with an announcement that it would increase outright JGB purchases, and also reports that it has conducted a so-called rate check, a move interpreted as a precursor to direct currency intervention. Companies mentioned: Citigroup, Bed Bath & Beyond, Tencent Music Entertainment Group
On today's 9-14-22 Wednesday show: A new survey finds the most common pet names we use here in California for our significant others, Tommy Lee has responded to the concertgoer's complaint about indecent exposure, a man in Spain is getting fined for not disposing of his amputated leg, a nursing home apologizes after hiring a stripper, the Queen wrote a secret letter that can't be opened until 2085, Bed Bath and Beyond is going through some tough times, and lots more!
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This week, Andrew, Deanna & Kennedy gathered round the twin tower trees to discuss the world trade news. Topics include: when 9/11 holiday menus go wrong, Juul has small hands, Bed Bath & The Great Beyond, The Donald Trump Presidential Library, covid's coming for your kids, we dont deserve Brendan Fraser, Ukraine seems to be maybe turning tihe tide a bit in their fight against Russia possibly?, a bunch of Oath Keepers were revealed to be cops, Steve Bannon was in the ZONE, and the UK gained one Liz and Lost another. Patreon.com/worstweekyet Send us emails: Worstweekyet@gmail.com Follow the pod across platforms: @WorstWeekYet Follow Andrew: @Andrewhilaryus Follow Deanna: @Ddddeanna Follow Kennedy: @KennedyTCooper
Biden Gives a Speech fit for a Fuhrer, Bed Bath & Beyond CFO takes a fall, Diversity Hire Karine Jean Pierre Fumbles, & BLM Fails to Learn a Lesson Watch the Episode on Video Here: https://youtu.be/NUaPh4ji0gM Tour Dates + Bookings: https://K-vonComedy.com #KvonComedy #TheRightShow #TRSlive #TRSpodcast #HalfPersian #drunk #bodega #biden #bumblingBiden #news #fauci #jillbiden #blm #myPillow #BedBathBeyond --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kvoncomedy/support
In this episode of ABL Live, we covered a variety of topics including the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, Duke Volleyball doubling down on the fake racial incident that allegedly took place at Brigham Young University, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser complaining about the influx of illegal aliens from border towns, the ongoing mayhem happening in Memphis, California potentially raising the minimum wage to $22 an hour for fast food workers, Bed Bath and Beyond CFO jumping from the 18th floor of NYC's Jenga Tower to his death amid a $1.2 billion lawsuit, a BLM leader allegedly stealing ten million dollars from the organization, and much more!
Skeet and Smilez discuss the passing of Queen Elizabeth, the CFO of Bed Bath and Beyond committing suicide, their excitement for the NFL season kicking off and more.... Featured Music: 1. Alex Kane "Win" 2. RudeBoy Deago "Ray Ray's Party" 3. Ike Huss "It's Going" 4. Ant P "State Of Mind” Merch Links: Inaudibleraucous.com/shop Inaudibleraucous.com/naturally-nae Inaudibleraucous.com/bingeflix-and-chill midnightclubmerch.com YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCuFWfKoAZkeHtca_z-nLHIQ
Phil Buck from the Succ joins John and Todd to discuss seed oils, podcasting, facebook meme pages, an NFT guy who thinks poor people should become "real life NPCs in games", whole internet roasts a guy for having sex to the beat of a hudson mohawke song, a man named "fat leonard" who was about to be sentenced for massive corruption in the US navy cut his ankle bracelet and escaped, cop's wife tells clearly fake story on facebook about little caesers writing "FTP" on his pizza box, the Bed Bath and Beyond CFO dies after jumping off something called the Jenga Tower, and Norwegian Tesla Owners go on hunger strike. // outro: https://youtu.be/xi5ad8h607E // thanks so much for listening! pls rate and review us on apple podcasts, it really helps ppl find the show. hang out with us in midsposting on facebook www.facebook.com/groups/2185905738310960/ follow us on twitter @weedpod and instagram @beepbeepleaf love u, beep on
Memes. Jerry's Helmet collection. NPC of the week. Bed Bath and Beyond CFO dies. Woman claims she was arrested at the airport for being too "good-looking." Private school baptized over 100 students without telling their parents. Anti-rape pants are a thing. The Haunted Vagina Chapter 17 as read by GameMaster Bekah. Keagull made a shirt that you can see for yourself and possibly get one in the future. Here's the link (https://www.customink.com/designs/verbal/zmd0-00b1-s3vd/twt) Leave a review on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, or Soundcloud. Share us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/verbalassaultpodcast), Twitter (@_verbalassault_) and if you really want to show your love support us via Patreon (www.patreon.com/verbalassault) for $1.00 an episode. We would love to hear from you on Google Voice (865-316-6955.) We are now on Rumble: https://rumble.com/user/VerbalAssault Join us live on Facebook on Wednesdays around 9:30pm EST
In today's Omni Talk Retail Fast Five Podcast, sponsored by Microsoft, the A&M Consumer and Retail Group, Takeoff, Sezzle, and Silk, Chris Walton and Anne Mezzenga discuss: - All their lessons learned from the many months of turmoil at Bed Bath & Beyond - The reports of Instagram moving away from social commerce - Disney+ going the other direction and getting into in-app commerce by the end of 2022 - The big push into resale events by Dick's Sporting Goods - And Instacart's utterly perplexing acquisition spree that saw it acquire two companies in the span of just six days. There's all that, plus a new hairstyle for Anne, the one thing we wish Starbucks had but doesn't, and the vagaries of marital scheduling coordination. Music by hooksounds.com
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The Cash Daddies are back today to discuss another down week in the markets, and to take a look at a few of this week's major business stories, including trouble at Bed Bath and Beyond, and an upcoming Apple event. Copy James at www.copymycrypto.com/sam! Head to www.ladderlife.com/cash today to see if you're instantly approved! Visit https://www.patreon.com/cashdaddies to subscribe to the Cash Daddies Patreon. Cash Daddies on social media: https://lnk.bio/d1sj/
Plus: Ukraine creating passageway to evacuate residents from Russian-occupied nuclear power plant. Hearings in Elon Musk vs. Twitter legal battle scheduled for today. J.R. Whalen reports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brent crude falls 3% amid concerns that lockdowns in China could stem demand. Shares of Bed Bath & Beyond fall after CFO's death. Juul to pay $438.5 million to settle probe over underage vaping. J.R. Whalen reports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On today's episode……Australia's own Margaret Court is taunting Serena Williams with her one more total grand slam single title (00:35:55). Polish archaeologists are digging up “subdued Medieval vampires” from old cemeteries and seem pleased about it (00:47:43) and much much more (00:00:00) - Timestamps ☕ Cup of Coffee in the Big Time ☕ (00:05:57) - NCAAF week 1: Does athlete pay change the game for youth sports? (00:08:05) - Coach Wes weight loss plan (00:09:55) - New study says the Doomsday Glacier might break off very soon (00:11:36) - Bed Bath and Beyond: CFO death and young day trader makes 100 mil
Marcus is currently 31 years old while Larsa is 48. Age gaps like this aren't exactly rare, but Pippen would have been around Marcus when he was just a kid, which is a bit strange. Da Baby canceled his show in New Orleans due to low ticket sales. 500 people bought tickets. The building capacity was 14,000 Bow Wow is charging fans $1,000 for VIP meet and greet! J. Cole will be on the cover of NBA 2K23 DREAMER Edition Tiffany Haddish Responds To Child Sexual Abuse Allegations: "There's Very Little I Can Say Right Now" Promoter Calls Out Latto For Refusing To Accept Performance Payment Through Zelle T.I. speaks on his son King's arrest: “If he keeps this up his a** is going to prison” Jazz Reportedly Sent Donovan Mitchell To Cleveland As "Payback" The Game says NBA Youngboy will be the Tupac of this generation NBA YoungBoy Dropping "Realer 2" Surprise Project Tonight, Akademiks Says NBA YoungBoy Gives A Look Into His Life At Home As A Dad & Fiancé In "Purge Me" Video: Watch DJ Khaled's "GOD DID" is officially the number one song on the Billboard 200. LeBron James & Drake Sued Over Hockey Documentary Blac Chyna Reportedly Makes $20 Mil Per Month From OnlyFans Remy Ma Uses Thirst Trap To Announce New EP Kanye West Challenges Instagram Guidelines With New Posts Kanye West Continues To Call Out Adidas, Kid Cudi, & Pete Davidson On IG Rams Keeping Locker Space Ready For Odell Beckham Jr.'s Return: Chrisean Rock Plays With Blueface's Feet She said his feet tasted like dirt. Reginae Carter Talks About Her New Boo & Shows Off Her Pole Dancing Skills J.R. Smith Details Michael Jordan's Trash Talk On The Golf Course Fredo Bang and his crew were involved in an altercation with a fan after his show. The fan allegedly screamed "BBG" and "4KT" during his performance. Bed Bath & Beyond exec Gustavo Arnal was facing a $1.2 billion stock fraud lawsuit when he jumped from the 18th floor of his Manhattan apartment building. Little Kid has a King Von themed birthday party Lil Yachty has his own Pizza in Walmart. 23 year old California woman spent $50K on surgery to look like Marilyn Monroe “I am very happy with the results, I think they turned out great” Moneybagg Yo signs Finesse2tymes to Bread Gang. A Florida woman working as an assistant manager at a Dollar Tree was arrested for allegedly having her 15-year-old son rob her with a BB gun while she closed the store. Lil Baby's new album ‘It's Only Me' will drop on October 14 Young Thug says he's willing to let Kanye West use his 100 acres of land “Slime City” for free. Montrezl Harrell has felony marijuana charge reduced to misdemeanor, if he's good for 12 months charge will be removed. 2 months ago he was pulled over with 3 pounds of weed in Kentucky. Young Thug wants to know if Michael Phelps could swim 100 miles from the middle of the ocean to shore. Nigeria becomes the first country to ban white & British models in all advertising. “We have 200M beautiful people here.. we will use our own”
The UK has a new Prime Minister - we'll tell you about the challenges she's facing in her new job. Former President Donald Trump is being criticized over his choice of speaker at a rally over the weekend. The chief financial officer of Bed Bath and Beyond has died after jumping from a building. At least 21 people have died in an earthquake in China. Plus, an extremely peaceful protest draws both conservatives and liberals.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Holy poop we're back and we've missed you all very very much! It's been four weeks away as Sam and Col have both been on holiday and sunning it up. So much has happened during that time, both #AMC (#APE) and #GME #dividends have now been completed and the amount of crime and lies associated has got to a point of insane 'f*ck it' proportions from the Hedge funds and primes. The DTCC committed International securities fraud with GME to the way 1 million #Apes haven't received their APE stocks well over 10 days from the initial issue. Something is wrong folks, it's like these 'meme stock' conspiracy theorists might be right after all! ;) On this week's show: Sh*t Pitt, Ken's long ding dong on Bed Bath and Beyond! Always the VicJim, Tin foiled! Wong Bank! Gold JiP, APE rape, DT Cant Cee, Bot rot failed shot! Qtain Faulkes with us! Over the pant tuggies And much much more! As always, a big thank you to everyone joining us live this week, especially Qtain (@qtain1777) and Ninni (@NinniWakka) for joining us live in the studio and sharing their personal experiences! Also want to wish Bucca (@cbucca41) a very happy birthday! 21 again! ;) Special mention to the naughty minx that is Abi Hookway (@AbiHookway). We both would like to try that! Remember to like, share, and subscribe folks! It really does help the cast reach other Apes and provide support knowing there are others out there who feel and think the way they do! https://www.podcastape.com/ (https://www.podcastape.com) https://www.twitter.com/thegreatescpod (https://www.twitter.com/thegreatescpod) https://www.instagram.com/thegreatescapepodcast (https://www.instagram.com/thegreatescapepodcast) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGiiYMyN1JYrgDN6rITEONg (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGiiYMyN1JYrgDN6rITEONg) https://www.facebook.com/The-Great-Escape-Podcast-110187538388340 (https://www.facebook.com/The-Great-Escape-Podcast-110187538388340) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/Podcast (#Podcast) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/Apes (#Apes) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/Stonks (#Stonks) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/Stocks (#Stocks) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/Investments (#Investments) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/Investment (#Investment) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/AMC (#AMC) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/GME (#GME) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/Whisky (#Whisky) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/MOASS (#MOASS) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/Gamestop (#Gamestop) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/AMCTheaters (#AMCTheaters) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/ApesTogetherStrong (#ApesTogetherStrong) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/HODL (#HODL) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/Whiskey (#Whiskey) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/GMErica (#GMErica) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/GMESqueeze (#GMESqueeze) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/AMCSqueeze (#AMCSqueeze) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/ApesNeverLeaving (#ApesNeverLeaving) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/Beer (#Beer) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/RyanCohen (#RyanCohen) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/AdamArron (#AdamArron) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/ToTheMoon (#ToTheMoon) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/ApePodcast (#ApePodcast) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/StonksPodcast (#StonksPodcast) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/InvestmentPodcast (#InvestmentPodcast) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/WeLoveTheStock (#WeLoveTheStock) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/StocksNews (#StocksNews) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/StonksNews (#StonksNews) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/InvestmentNews (#InvestmentNews) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/MarketNews (#MarketNews) https://www.podcastape.com/blog/hashtags/Wine (#Wine)...
DESCUENTOS PARA LAS FIESTAS PATRIAS EN MEZCAL ALERÓN https://www.mezcalaleron.com 20% de descuento Amazon, Mercado Libre y Walmart - 15% de descuento ¡Emprendeduros! En el episodio de hoy Rodrigo y Alejandro nos da una actualización de mercado donde discuten la reciente caída de mercado, los comentarios de Jerome Powell, la bolsa de trabajo, la crisis en Europa y el acuerdo de China y EEUU. Después hablan de los reportes de ingresos de Pinduoduo, Baidu, Best Buy, HP, Chewy y Campbell's. También hablan de las nuevas sociedades de Starlink. Después hablan de la nueva estrategia de Bed Bath and Beyond. Finalmente nos dan la actualización de Cryptos donde hablan del error garrafal de crypto.com.
Dave and Chuck the Freak talk about people who have actually quit their job to do erotic content creation, the top celebrities making bank on OnlyFans, CamSoda wants to help Bed Bath and Beyond by filming content in stores, a man that pulled a gun over a dispute on the cost of towing his boat, a woman busted stealing $22k from her elderly mother, a mom having empty nest issues assaulted her son, a girl that claimed there was someone hiding under her bed & there was, a naked guy found dead surrounded by sex toys, Ask D&CtF: Did a listener get swindled by an old lady?, a woman who asked cops to arrest her cause she had meth on her, a news anchor that swallowed a fly during a report & kept going, an outdoor wedding interrupted by a grizzly bear attacking a moose, and more!
Headlines —Feds Looking At Potential Obstruction Crimes By Trump —Why A Trump Indictment Could Come After November —Dem Defeats Sarah Palin for Alaska Congressional Seat —Jackson, Mississippi Officials Hope For Water By Weekend —UN: China May Have Committed “Crimes Against Humanity” —Record Slow Hurricane Season: Will It Last? —Biggest Cocaine Border Bust In 20 Years —Americans: Marijuana > Cigarettes —Bed Bath & Beyond In Trouble —Starbucks Overwhelmed: Looking At New Store Layouts —Weekend TV Update, Including Season 5 Handmaid's Tale Trailer – Please remember to subscribe to the podcast and leave us a review. – Mosheh Oinounou (@mosheh) is an Emmy and Murrow award-winning journalist. He has 20 years of experience at networks including Fox News, Bloomberg Television and CBS News, where he was the executive producer of the CBS Evening News and launched the network's 24 hour news channel. He founded the @mosheh Instagram news account in 2020 and the Mo News podcast and newsletter in 2022. Follow Mo News on all platforms: Newsletter: https://monews.bulletin.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mosheh/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mosheh Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MoshehNews Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/moshehnews TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@mosheh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On a busy final trading day of August, Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber discussed the markets in the midst of a three-day losing streak -- as Fed officials double down on saying they'll do what it takes on the interest rate front to battle inflation. The anchors explored the impact of slowing consumer and corporate demand on the likes of HP Inc., Chewy, PVH and Seagate. Also in focus: Shares of Bed Bath & Beyond down double-digits after announcing a turnaround plan including new financing commitments, store closings and job cuts, Snap's restructuring announcement gives the stock a boost, Goldman Sachs lifting COVID-19 requirements in most of its offices, and the FDA authorizes Pfizer and Moderna's updated booster shots targeting the Omicron variant.
By FAR the easiest way to monetize your creative skills is by offering freelance services. The only issue with that approach is that it puts a cap on how much you could ever hope to earn per hour. $50 per hour? Sure. $500 per hour? Maybe... $5,000 per hour!? Possibly $500,000 per hour? As a freelancer? There's no way that I know of... The other issue with the freelance business model is that if you're not working, then you're not earning a dime (unless you know some secret hack to get paid time off as a freelancer, in which case hmu). While freelancing can be a great way to get started as a designer, there's a far better business model that our podcast guest this week has used to earn up to $500k per hour–allowing her to travel the world full-time as a digital nomad. The business model is partnering with big brands via licensing, and Cat Coquillette has mastered the process of being a prolific creator while also getting her designs placed in some of the biggest stores in the world, including Target, Urban Outfitters, Nordstrom, Bed Bath & Beyond, and more. Listen now to hear how she built her design business from the ground up while skipping out on the freelance part entirely. In this episode you'll discover: How to skip the freelance game and jump into scaleable income A tax loophole to write off most of your travel expenses 80/20 for creatives - playing the numbers game Using Print on Demand services to sell your designs Being open to all opportunities Handling criticism well Contract negotiation - give and take The importance of an active mailing list Focusing on the important parts of your business For full show notes, visit https://6figurecreative.com/215
The Federal Trade Commission drops Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg from an antitrust lawsuit against the Facebook parent company. Bed Bath & Beyond has clinched a deal for a loan to help shore up its liquidity. Keith Collins hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Bed Bath & Beyond is facing big concerns about its future. A high-profile stockholder dumped his shares last week, the stock price is tanking and a big bet on private label brands isn't paying off. WSJ's Suzanne Kapner explains how the home goods retailer got itself into trouble.Further Reading: -Bed Bath & Beyond's Sudden Stock Plunge Narrows Options for Cash Infusion -Bed Bath & Beyond's Problems Escalated by Ryan Cohen's Sale -Bed Bath & Beyond Followed a Winning Playbook—and Lost Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Nasdaq Composite is leading the major U.S. equity indexes higher today, as investors step into a tech-stock dip amid the traditional late summer volume lull. At the top of today's Daily Briefing, Real Vision's Andreas Steno Larsen gets right to the point with Hedge Fund Telemetry founder Thomas Thornton: Who's buying this tech dip? Scaling out from recent price action and a broader discussion of positioning, Andreas and Tommy talk about current economic data, including a decline in initial claims for unemployment benefits and an upside surprise from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia's monthly manufacturing index for August. Andreas also asks Tommy about what looks like a pump-and-dump of Bed Bath & Beyond shares. And we hear from Rob Arnott about the risks of betting against bubbles. Watch the full video featuring Rob Arnott and Ash Bennington here: https://rvtv.io/3QG02LO. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Details about The Federal Reserve's meeting in July sent stocks to their first losing week in a month. (0:30) Emily Flippen and Ron Gross discuss: - Expectations around more interest rate hikes in the near future - "Inventory" being the key story around big retailers like Walmart and Target - Deere's mixed 3rd-quarter results and potential for a bright future - The incredible roller coaster for Bed Bath and Beyond shareholders this week - Foot Locker's surprising 2nd-quarter results and new CEO - The latest from Home Depot, Lowe's, and Starbucks (19:45) Ricky Mulvey talks with Bloomberg entertainment industry reporter Lucas Shaw about Warner Brothers Discovery, and how the media conglomerate is consolidating and evolving. (32:50) Emily and Ron analyze the latest innovation from Papa John's and share two stocks on their radar: Rover Group and American Tower Stocks discussed on the show: WMT, TGT, HD, LOW, DE, BBBY, SBUX, FL, WBD, DIS, PARA, PZZA, AMT, ROVR Our annual investing conference is free for Motley Fool members! For more details go to http://Fool.com/FoolFest. Host: Chris Hill Guests: Emily Flippen, Ron Gross, Lucas Shaw Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineer: Dan Boyd
P.M. Edition for Aug. 18. Shares of Bed Bath & Beyond have been on a wild ride. They rallied after billionaire investor Ryan Cohen disclosed a large stake in the company earlier this year. Then this week, he proposed selling his entire stake, sending shares plummeting. Retail reporter Suzanne Kapner joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss what happened, and what it means for the company. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices