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Business Standard Podcast
Is Oracle Corporation in trouble in India?

Business Standard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 6:56


US software maker Oracle on Wednesday agreed to pay $23 million to the Securities and Exchange Commission to settle charges against violation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, or FCPA, between 2014 to 2019. During the period, its subsidiaries in India, UAE and Turkey created and used slush funds to bribe foreign officials. In India, the American markets regulator alleged that Oracle paid bribes to officials of a transportation company owned by the Ministry of Railways. Oracle did not admit or deny wrongdoing in agreeing to settle. This is not the first time that Oracle has been charged with violating the US anti-bribery law over India-related payments.  In 2012, it agreed to pay a $2 million fine to settle SEC charges concerning the creation of millions of dollars of unauthorised side funds by Oracle India from 2005 to 2007. The Indian unit allegedly set aside money outside its books that was eventually used to make unathorised payments to phony vendors, creating a risk that those funds could be used for illicit purposes such as bribery. Several multinationals have time and again fallen afoul of the FCPA including retail giant Walmart, medical device company Stryker, advertising group WPP, aerospace manufacturer Embraer, IT services company Cognizant, spirits companies Beam Suntory, AB InBev and Diageo, locomotive developer Wabtec and Cadbury owner Mondelez International. Enacted in 1977 and enforced by SEC and US Department of Justice, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, or FCPA, prohibits the payment of bribes to foreign officials to assist in obtaining or retaining business. It extends to US listed companies and their officers, directors, employees, stockholders, and agents including third party agents, consultants, distributors, joint-venture partners, and others.  It also contains accounting provisions that prohibit individuals and businesses from knowingly falsifying books and records or circumventing or failing to implement a system of internal controls.  Regardless of size, for a gift or other payment to violate the statute, the payer must have corrupt intent. The FCPA resource guide states that bribes are often concealed under the guise of legitimate payments such as consulting fees, commissions, marketing expenses, scientific incentives, travel and entertainment expenses and discounts.  Kunal Gupta, an expert in white-collar crime law, tells us why Indian agencies seldom take up such cases Kunal Gupta, Partner, Trilegal says legal standards in India differ from US. Most FCPA violations are settled, few are tested in court. Transactions involving private officials may violate FCPA not PCA.  Walmart's $282 million payment in 2019 was one of the biggest FCPA settlements involving India-related charges.  US authorities said Walmart's failure to operate a sufficient anti-corruption compliance program led its subsidiaries in Mexico, India, Brazil and China to hire third-party intermediaries and allow these middlemen to make improper payments to government officials to obtain store permits and licenses. In 2019, Cognizant Technology Solutions agreed to pay $25 million to SEC to resolve allegations that it authorised a contractor to pay a $2 million bribe to a senior government official in Tamil Nadu in 2014 to secure planning permits for the construction of its 2.7 million square foot campus in Chennai. Brazilian plane-maker Embraer's $206 million settlement in 2016 to resolve charges of corruption in four foreign contracts is an instance where SEC action has led to investigations in India.  Approximately $5.76 million was allegedly paid to an agent in India in connection with the sale of three highly specialised military aircraft to the Indian Air Force for $208 million. The payments were falsely recorded in Embraer's books and records as part of a consulting agreement that wasn't legitimate.  India's Central Bureau of Investigation is probing the bribery allegations.

Jumbo with Tony James
Jumbo Ep:462 - 28.09.22 - How to Declutter

Jumbo with Tony James

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 30:53


Jumbo Ep:462 - 28.09.22 - How to DeclutterSupport me on Patreon at:www.patreon.com/Jumbowww.buymeacoffee.com/jumbowww.jumbopodcast.comYou can listen on Spotify, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, Spreaker and many others.Email: Jumbopodcast@gmail.comFacebook: /TonyJamesComedyTwitter: @TonyJamesComedyInstagram: @TonyJamesComedy

The Catalyst Effect with Rich Keller
Dolly Parton: Disrupting “COUNTRY MUSIC” utilizing her ‘One Word' personal brand!

The Catalyst Effect with Rich Keller

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 14:49


I spent 25 years as a brand marketing executive at Nabisco, Kraft Foods, Cadbury, and Godiva. Throughout my career, I crafted identities, using just ‘One Word', for some of the world's most iconic brands such as Planters, Chips Ahoy!, Dentyne, and Godiva. In these episodes, I will challenge listeners to think differently about the brands they interact with every day by showing how their ‘One Word' core value helps them break through the clutter and stand-out. Let's listen to today's brand clip…Dolly Parton!

The Propcast
Are Net Zero Developments the Future of Real Estate? with Sally Jones and Matt Webster

The Propcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 29:27


In the fourth episode of season 10 of the Propcast, host Louisa Dickins is joined by Sally Jones, Head of Strategy, Digital and Technology at British Land and Matt Webster, Head of Environmental Sustainability at British Land. They share British Land's strategy for sustainable developments and how they are going to achieve net zero by 2030. Sally shares how her role at British Land has changed since 2010 and shifted her focus towards strategy and technology. Matt talks about how their most recent sustainable projects, 100 Liverpool Street and Canada Water, have been designed to reduce both operational and embodied carbon in both the development and the running of the buildings. Sally and Matt discuss the advancement of technologies and successful utilisation of data and what this means for the future of sustainable real estate. Resources: LMRE Global Recruitment and Search Consultancy LMRE YouTube Interviews 100 Liverpool Street Canada Water Companies Mentioned: Equiem Facilio  Cadbury Arup Shout Outs: Gabrielle McMillan Key Insights From This Episode:   I think the next few years will be challenging, but the more business that successfully deliver their strategies, the closer we will be to net zero - Louisa Technology is changing the shape of the property industry - Sally I'm confident as a sector that we've got the technologies, skill sets and the ambition to play our part in this, to come together and deliver - Matt The digitalisation of real estate will have a significant part to play in the decarbonisation of the built environment - Matt We have to figure out a cheaper way of delivering digital transformation, especially with the rising energy costs - Sally   About Our Guests: Sally Jones, Head of Strategy, Digital and Technology: Sally joined British Land in February 2010 as Head of Investor Relations and took responsibility for Strategy alongside Investor Relations in January 2015. In May 2016, she was appointed Head of Strategy and Investments. Subsequently, she has expanded her role to include data and insights and the Group's Smart technology initiatives. She joined the Executive Committee in 2015. Sally is also a Non-executive Director of Equiem, the leading tenant experience digital platform provider.   Previous Experience: Before joining British Land Sally worked at Cadbury Schweppes where she held a variety of roles over ten years including Director of Investor Relations, Director of Communications and Finance Director Group Sales and Marketing. Prior to that she worked in the City.   Matt Webster, Head of Environmental Sustainability   As Head of Environmental Sustainability, Matt leads the environmental performance of British Land's standing portfolio and development pipeline, responsible for implementing our pathway to net zero carbon by 2030 and wider environmental sustainability agenda. Matt works across the business to ensure our assets are designed, built and operated to the highest environmental standards. Matt led British Land to a 55% reduction in its operational energy intensity achieved in 2019. He has held various roles across the business, including establishing our approach to wellbeing and most recently developing and implementing our approach to smart buildings and digital placemaking. Recent development projects include the delivery of British Land's first net zero development at 100 Liverpool Street and leading sustainability at Canada Water - a 53 acre mixed use regeneration project. Prior to joining British Land, Matt held various sustainability consulting and banking roles. Matt has a Master's degree from Forum for the Future.   About British Land:Our portfolio of high quality UK commercial property is focused on London Campuses and Retail & Fulfilment assets throughout the UK. We own or manage a portfolio valued at £14.3bn (British Land share: £10.5bn) as at 31 March 2022 making us one of Europe's largest listed real estate investment companies.    We create Places People Prefer, delivering the best, most sustainable places for our customers and communities. Our strategy is to leverage our best in class platform and proven expertise in development, repositioning and active management, investing behind two key themes: Campuses and Retail & Fulfilment.    Our three Campuses at Broadgate, Paddington Central and Regent's Place are dynamic neighbourhoods, attracting growth customers and sectors, and offering some of the best connected, highest quality and most sustainable space in London. We are delivering our fourth Campus at Canada Water, where we have planning consent to deliver 5m sq ft of residential, commercial, retail and community space over 53 acres. Our Campuses account for 67% of our portfolio.    Retail & Fulfilment accounts for 33% of the portfolio and is focused on retail parks which are aligned to the growth of convenience, online and last mile fulfilment. We are complementing this with urban logistics primarily in London, focused on development-led opportunities.    Sustainability is embedded throughout our business. In 2020, we set out our sustainability strategy which focuses on two time-critical areas where British Land can create the most benefit: making our whole portfolio net zero carbon by 2030, and partnering to grow social value and wellbeing in the communities where we operate.    Further details can be found on the British Land website at www.britishland.com   About Our Host Louisa Dickins Louisa is the co-founder of LMRE, which has rapidly become the market leading global PropTech recruitment platform and search consultancy with operations across North America, United Kingdom, Europe and Asia-Pacific. To promote the industry she is so passionate about, Louisa set up the Global podcast ‘The Propcast' where she hosts and invites guests from the built environment space to join her in conversation about innovation. About LMRE LMRE is globally recognised for leading the way in Real Estate Tech & Innovation talent management. From the outset our vision was to become a global provider of the very best strategic talent to the most innovative organisations in PropTech, ConTech, Smart Buildings, ESG, Sustainability and Strategic Consulting. At LMRE we are fully committed at all times to exceed the expectations of our candidates and clients by providing the very best advice and by unlocking exclusive opportunities across our global network in the UK, Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific.   Timestamps: [2:10] Sally: How did you get into your strategy, technology and digital role?  It has been so fascinating to be able to combine strategy with all things digital and technology and I am now in charge of building tech, insights and the whole technology stack. My interest in technology started when I realised how technology was changing the shape of the property industry. [3:50] Matt: Could you tell us what your role at British Land entails? I have been at British Land for a number of years now and worked in different sections around the business, but always with an angle on sustainability. I was retained to deliver the 55% energy target and we were very proud to be able to deliver that over a 10 year period from 2009 to 2019. We were early adopters of the idea that it was our responsibility to collaborate with customers to work towards understanding our carbon footprint and start utilising data and technologies. [5:35] Sally: Could you elaborate on your digital strategy? We started working on it in 2015 and created a smart team after realising that digitalising buildings was going to become a big thing. We wanted to create a strategy with a very focused approach on improving people's experience of our real estate, building greater understanding through data and driving greater efficiency. [6:58] Matt: How does the sustainability strategy fit into the digital strategy? Our latest strategy runs from 2019 to 2030 and is balanced between environmental and social issues. Our target is to reach net zero carbon by 2030, as an operator and developer of space our two big sources of carbon are embodied from the development of our assets and operational which is related to the energy from running our assets. We are aiming for a 50% reduction in our embodied carbon and a 75% reduction in our operational carbon. The digital plan will help us deliver these ambitious targets. [8:45] Matt: Tell us about your current development projects and how they're helping socially and environmentally? 100 Liverpool Street is our first net zero development, it has benefited from significant reuse of the previous structure of the building and we worked really hard to design without carbon throughout the process. A lot of thought has gone into how it is going to operate once it's a live building. It's our first building to deliver some of the things in our digital strategy as well.  Canada Water is a really exciting project that we are embedding sustainability principles into. The building is implementing our smart building design guide which will help the building run more efficiently by retrieving useful data out of it during the design stage. [12:35] Sally: What technologies are working for British Land and how are you utilising them? Smart enabling a building makes it digitally capable, the key for that is to allow us to get data out of the building in such a way that we can surface it through a single platform. The data allows us to see what is working and manage the building more efficiently over time. Machine learning and AI helps us control the building to drive more efficiencies. We're working with a company called Facilio, they have built this entire data platform for us which things like AI can sit on. The Equiem platform works alongside Facilio to see how and when rooms in buildings are being used. [16:08] Matt: Is there anything you would like to add to the data side of smart buildings? We have learnt a lot in the development and delivery of 100 Liverpool Street. Installing smart metre systems lets us know exactly where and when energy is consumed in a building. The system will also communicate the data to a wider platform, allowing us to take a software approach to the building.  With this data we can apply it at a portfolio level rather than replicating it within each building. [19:29] Sally: What do we need to tackle in the future? We are now turning our attention to our old developments, ultimately we're all going to have to think about retrofitting our old buildings.  We have to figure out a way of delivering this digital transformation much more cheaply, especially with the rising energy costs. [22:15] Matt: What lies ahead in terms of environmental sustainability? People are finally listening to this issue and it is really important to make sure we've got the resources and skill sets to respond to it. We have been tackling operational carbon for a long time, we need more understanding and data surrounding embodied carbon so we have a more rapid process to help reduce it in the next few years.   L – Touch on the main lessons you have learnt throughout your career. Sally: What stands out for me at companies that I have worked for is the culture value and leadership. British Land and Cadbury are the two places where I have enjoyed and achieved the most. M - Please give a mention to anyone / product / service. Matt: Our own internal digital placemaking team, they have been working really hard working on the vision and delivering 100 Liverpool Street. R – What has been the most  rewarding  aspect of working within the digitalisation space? Sally: Working with this small team at British Land, they've been brilliant at navigating their way through a very complex landscape in a cost effective way with an incredible set of products. E - What are you excited about in the future of environmental sustainability? Matt: I'm excited about the recognition that ESG is now gaining and the seriousness that people are starting to approach the subject with. Also, the digitalisation of real estate because that will have a significant part to play in the decarbonisation of the built environment.    Sponsors Launch Your Own Podcast A Podcast Company is the leading podcast production and strategic content company for brands, organisations, institutions, individuals, and entrepreneurs. Our team sets you up with the right strategy, equipment, training, guidance and content to ensure you sound amazing while speaking to your niche audience and networking with your perfect clients. Get in touch jason@apodcastcompany.com

The Junkees - Dave O'Neil and Kitty Flanagan
Wagon Wheel Ice Cream Sandwich

The Junkees - Dave O'Neil and Kitty Flanagan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 23:31


Check out more from The Junkees on Nearly.com.au   Feature Act - Wagon Wheel Ice Cream Sandwich Purchased at Jock's Ice Cream (Broadsheet) in Albert Park Victoria. Not accessible to everyone as it's a local sort of ice cream boutique. Even if you live nearby it's dumb luck they'll have made any that day. More often than not it's a no wagonn wheel day.   Blind Tests Monster Munch x 2 Red Rock Deli chips, thanks Colin   Cadbury Layers No points for the dull name. Build the vibe Cadbury! It's another bite sized version of their classic range. So, Picnic and Cherry Ripe - among others - have been adapted to the shape of a protein ball-type item.   Facebook Group for The Junkees is here - so many great photos!   Big shout out to Audio Technica - The Junkees use Audio Technica AT-BP40 microphones. Sounding good!   Follow Kitty! Instagram / Facebook / YouTube Follow Dave! Twitter / Facebook   Tell a friend about the show or leave a review wherever you can.  Get in touch with a suggestion for Dave and Kitty - hi@nearly.com.auMore about the show: https://www.nearly.com.au/the-junkees-dave-and-kitty/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Unsolicited: Fatties Talk Back
Live from the 2022 Fat Studies Conference

Unsolicited: Fatties Talk Back

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 80:19


We're back babies! For our first episode of the season, we're going LIVE to the Fat Studies 2022 Conference. This episode was recorded on July 7, 2022. We kick off with an introduction by the amazing Aimee Simpson, the organizer of this year's conference. We follow with a moment of remembrance for Cat Pausè, conference founder, who passed away late last year. Cat was and remains an inspiration to so many of us, and her work and impact on Fat Studies will remain with us forever. For our appetizer, we talk about our favorite chocolate foods, and of course, there are some real #neurodivergentvibes to the way some of us engage with chocolate, and Bryan infodumps on Cadbury. We then get into our main course for the episode, which is a Captain Awkward piece from a fat woman who says she's struggling deeply to find herself loveable. As we dig in, we unpack the ways that we conflate sex with love, desirability with value, and how the anti-fatness outside and inside of us sets the boundaries for what we can and can't realistically have, and how to wrestle with that honestly and still find joy. On a side note, we're so excited to be welcoming you all back to Unsolicited Season Two. Episodes will drop every two weeks on Sunday, and we're launching a Patreon with our next episode. Thank you to every one of you who has listened and shared and engaged with our work, we're so honored to have you as our listeners. Transcript will be coming soon. Media mentioned on this episode: Captain Awkward: How Can I Stop Fat Shaming Myself and Enjoy My Life BGD Blog: On Being Fat, Brown, Femme, Ugly, and Unloveable Know Your Meme: Squidward Looking Out the Window Find us on social media! Unsolicited on Twitter Unsolicited on Instagram Find Da'Shaun: Twitter/Insta: @DaShaunLH Find Mikey: Twitter: @marquisele Insta: @fatmarquisele Find Jordan: Twitter/Insta: @jordallenhall Find Caleb: Twitter: @chairbreaker_ Insta: chairbreaker2.0 Find Bryan:  Twitter/Insta: @blackqueeriroh  

Which Murderer?
S5 EPISODE 15: Murdered While Performing

Which Murderer?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 25:41


In Which Murderer's Episode 15 Season 5 the girls cover people Murdered While Performing. Holly starts you off with the rise and sad early fall of musician Darrell Lance Abbott before Mel goes on to tell you about a very specific kind of performer named Pippa Bakka.Shoutout to Kirsty for another fabulous suggestion - only a few spots are now left in Season 5 so get your theme suggestions in now!There is a very sweet innocent intro from a small child before you are plunged into darkness and death, Holly loses her piano man who Mel believes has died, Mel attempts to become personally sponsored by Cadbury's while on a pen campaign and the girls try to figure out what they can hand out to people who probably don't want their things. Production, recording and post production completed by Holly who has purchased a new car and is now able to once again park outside Consulting Producer Craig's house and stare at him from the windows….longingly wishing for his editing services. Holly edited this week. All complaints should be sent directly to Mel while Consulting Producer Craig puts down some spike strips around his home. Big thank you to all our listeners for subscribing, leaving fantastic reviews and sending in great theme suggestions. WE HAVE MERCH! www.whichmurderer.com - CLICK ON THE MERCHANDISE TAB FOR A LINK!WARNING - Explicit language, content and themes (plus whatever else will cover us legally). All opinions stated are our own and case information was gathered from legitimate sources within the public realm. Pre-recorded in Scotland

The Awful & Awesome Entertainment Wrap

While reviewing the series The Bear:Abhinandan: So if you watch it at leisure, it's chilled Bear. But if you watch it with someone you love, it's Bear with me.Rajyasree: I apologise to the people who are here.Abhinandan: More jokes are coming as we go on! Abhinandan and Rajyasree burst out laughing.This and a whole lot of stuff awful and awesome as Abhinandan Sekhri and Rajyasree Sen review the film Do Revenge; web series The Bear; a Cadbury ad featuring Tigmanshu Dhulia; and a Polish commercial on handicap parking. As a bonus, Abhinandan shares his views on films Nope and The Batman.PS. The conversation takes a turn after Abhinandan kills a mosquito.Write to us at newslaundry.com/podcast-letters. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Drinking With...
Ep. 23: Drinking With...Y Tu Mamá También

Drinking With...

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 39:09


Pour up a Heaven's Mouth and join Steven McCash and Cadbury as they relive the 2001 masterpiece, Y Tu Mamá También. To make the Heaven's Mouth, you'll need:1oz silver tequila 2oz pineapple juice1oz Cointreau 0.5oz lime juiceTwist of lime for garnishIn a shaker full of ice, combine the tequila, Cointreau, lime juice, and pineapple juice. Shake vigorously until chilled. Pour into a glass of ice and garnish with the lime twist.Check out our friends at Trouble Spirits: https://troublespirits.com/And, while you're here, be sure to go subscribe to our friends at 440 Sports on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/440Sports

Cost of Living
The Queen's death and what it means for HP Sauce or Burberry

Cost of Living

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 27:39


HP Sauce, Kellogg's Cornflakes and Cadbury chocolate — these are just some of the late Queen Elizabeth's favourite brands - and they are among hundreds of products that hold royal warrants. So what happens now that Her Majesty is no longer with us? Plus, how to know if you're being quietly fired. We also explain what's happening with the pending (or not so pending) Rogers and Shaw merger.

Flop Culture
Cadbury Snowflake/Anthea Turner's Wedding (with Victoria Secret)

Flop Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 55:08


Victoria Secret sits down in Flop Culture Towers to explore the history of the Cadbury Snowflake, and ask how a botched sponsorship derailed TV presenter Anthea Turner's career.Plus, Fionnuala checks in on the Kardashian-Jenners and discusses their latest business pursuits.TIMESTAMPSNews: 1:42Victoria Secret on Cadbury Snowflake: 28:35Top Of The Flops: 51:25Listen to Petty Little Things everywhere you get your podcasts!Follow Victoria Secret on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/victoriasecretdublin/Flop Culture SocialsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/flopculture_pod/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@flopculture_podEditing: Adam ShanahanArtwork: Brian Lambert Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Tova
Debate Club - Whittakers vs Cadbury

Tova

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 7:05


It's an age old Kiwi debate - who has the best chocolate? Whittakers or Cadbury? Time for Rachel and Duncan to take a side... and debate the pros and cons!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Galway Bay FM - Sports
SOCCER: Salthill Devon chairman Pete Kelly chats to Galway Bay FM's Darren Kelly about the Cadbury Women's Football campaign and the new season

Galway Bay FM - Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 11:57


SOCCER: Salthill Devon chairman Pete Kelly chats to Galway Bay FM's Darren Kelly about the Cadbury Women's Football campaign and the new season

Nymphet Alumni
Ep. 28: Eurosummer

Nymphet Alumni

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 75:57


Ciao, Bellas! We wrap up the summer with a hop across the pond, taking a detailed look at the land of eternal cities. We talk voluptuous women, Aperol Spritzes, billowing linens, Drake in Ibiza, melting Cadbury chocolates, and more!‿︵‿︵ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ・❉・ ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ‿︵‿︵‿︵‿︵ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ・❉・ ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ‿︵‿︵‿︵‿︵ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ・❉・ ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ‿︵‿︵ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ・❉・ ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ‿︵‿︵‿︵‿︵ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ・❉・ ʚ˚̣̣̣͙ɞ‿︵‿︵‿Links:Image Board: https://pin.it/2Xy2GJmEuropean Heat Wave: https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/europes-power-system-feels-heat-cooling-demand-soars-2022-07-21/The Grand Tour: https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2012/may/04/cargo-culture-grand-tour-unpackedSophia Loren Quotes: https://www.vogue.com/slideshow/10-of-sophia-lorens-best-quotes-about-eating-loving-and-living-well#:~:text=On%20eating%20well,see%20I%20owe%20to%20spaghetti.%E2%80%9DMelting Cadbury Chocolates: https://twitter.com/ladbible/status/1549356961396826117The decline of British seaside towns: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/aug/17/i-do-like-to-be-beside-the-seaside-many-of-our-coastal-towns-need-more-love#:~:text=The%20British%20seaside%20is%20tragically,in%20the%20north%20worst%20affected.Banky's Dismaland: https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2015/aug/20/banksy-dismaland-amusements-anarchism-weston-super-marehttps://www.dazeddigital.com/art-photography/article/41049/1/three-years-legacy-of-banksy-dismaland-weston-super-mare-england-tropicanaBritish all inclusive culture: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benidorm_(British_TV_series)

The Frankie Lee Podcast
102 - Alan Barratt - Building Grenade To £200 Million & Selling To Cadbury Mondelez

The Frankie Lee Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 108:17


Alan ‘Big Al' Barratt's explosively successful Grenade brand is a true manifestation of his personality and life experiences, the journey beginning at the age of 15 when he first set foot in a gym. As Founder and CEO of Grenade, one of the fastest-growing weight management, energy and lifestyle brands in the world, Barratt is the definition of an entrepreneurial livewire, as enthusiastic about all things health and fitness now as he was as a wide-eyed teenager setting foot in a gym for the very first time. It's reflected in everything Grenade. From its award-winning Carb Killa protein bars and supplement packages to energy drinks and fitness apparel, the brand is bold, brash, and explosive. The bars became the UK's number 1 chocolate bar outselling the Mars Bar. Alan sold the brand in 2021 to Cadbury Mondelez for a reported £200 Million.Visit Our Sponsors:https://ContentRemoval.com - Helping Brands Remove Online Content That Damages Reputation & Revenue!Follow our Socials:https://www.instagram.com/frankielee https://www.instagram.com/frankieleepodcast https://www.tiktok.com/@frankieleepodcast https://www.facebook.com/FrankieLeeOfficial/ https://www.youtube.com/c/FrankieLeeMedia/featured?sub_confirmation=1 https://www.instagram.com/al_barratt/Check Out My Website:https://www.frankielee.com https://www.frankielee.com/alan-barratt Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Sky News - Paul Murray Live
Paul Murray Live Our Town: Beaconsfield | 25 August

Sky News - Paul Murray Live

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 48:44


Paul Murray Live Our Town visits Beaconsfield, a town in Tasmania. Paul commemorates the Beaconsfield mining disaster 16 years later, PLUS, the rise of cost of living in Tasmania, and 100 years since Cadbury was first produced in Australia.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Business Standard Podcast
What is a hostile takeover?

Business Standard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 3:09


On Tuesday, Gautam Adani-led Adani Group announced that it has acquired a 29.18 per cent stake in NDTV and will launch an open offer to acquire another 26 per cent soon. NDTV's owners have stated that it was done without their consent. While some call this acquisition an example of a hostile takeover, others disagree. Let's discuss what a hostile takeover is A hostile takeover happens when a company (acquirer) sets its eye on another company (target) and goes on to acquire it without the agreement of the board of directors of the target company. There are generally two ways in which a hostile takeover takes place. In the first one, the acquirer makes an offer to the target company's shareholders to bypass the management to get the required stake. This is called a tender offer. In the other, an acquirer may start a proxy fight to replace the target company's management. But why does a company initiate a hostile takeover? The reasons for a company to take over another company may be diverse. One reason may be that the acquirer considers the target company as undervalued and hopes to benefit from it in the long run. Another reason is that the acquirer wants to enter the sector in which the target company operates. Let us now look at some examples of a hostile takeover in the past In 2010, Kraft Foods acquired the famous British brand, Cadbury through a hostile takeover. In September 2009, the CEO of Kraft Foods, Irene Rosenfeld, announced her intentions to acquire Cadbury. It offered $16.3 billion for the deal. However, Cadbury's chair Roger Carr rejected the offer. Carr appointed a hostile takeover defence team. The UK government also opposed the offer and said the British company must get its due respect. In 2010, Karr offered $19.6 billion for the deal. Cadbury finally relented, and in March 2010, the takeover was finalised. In another attempt, in 1993, textile tycoon Nusli Wadia tookover Britannia as its Chairman after a hostile takeover from Rajan Pillai. Pillai had held the stake in Britannia through Danone. Wadia made Danone switch sides and in total held a 38 per cent stake in the company, taking over the control from Pillai. India Cements' acquisition of Raasi Cements in 1998, Emami's acquisition of Zandu in 2008 and L&T's acquisition of Mindtree Limited via CCD are some other examples. Can the target company prevent a hostile takeover? Yes, the target company's management may employ certain strategies to stop the takeover. These include the golden parachute, the Pac-Man defence, the crown-jewel defence and the poison pill. In April 2022, Twitter initiated the Poison Pill strategy to prevent the hostile takeover of the company by Elon Musk. Under the strategy, the management puts a cap on the number of shares a person can buy. The additional shares are distributed among the shareholders, except the acquirer, at discounted rates. This dilutes the holdings of the new, hostile investor. It makes it difficult for the acquirer to go forward with the plan.

Table Talk
309: What it's like going through the Mondelez graduate scheme

Table Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 19:53


"Your first job is not necessarily what you're going to do for the rest of your life. Just think about what you would enjoy, rather than stressing that you've committed to a career for 50 years." Ella Jones is Junior Brand Manager at Mondelez International, the multinational company which boasts the likes of Cadbury, Oreo, Ritz, and Green and Black's in its portfolio. She's only been in the role a few years, but her story could prove inspirational for anyone receiving exam results this summer, and starting to consider where their career might be heading. Ella studied English Literature at the University of Exeter and wasn't entirely sure what she would do after. In this episode of the Career Conversations podcast series, she reveals the unconventional approach she took to hunting for a job and ended up at Mondelez. She says she looked at the Times Top 100 Graduate Employers list and thumbed through, highlighting companies that she though looked interesting. When she came across Mondelez, she says she thought to herself "I know that I'm passionate about chocolate", so she took a look online to see what jobs were available. She ended up on the company's graduate scheme, which lasts three years and covered finance, sales, and marketing. "It gave me exposure to a real breadth of roles," she says. "I would definitely recommend doing a graduate scheme." Ella says the scheme was a great way to set her up for the world of work, including basic things like booking a meeting room or having an end of year review - small experiences that can give you confidence in the workplace. Listen to the full episode to find out what it's like to work at Mondelez, how Ella has managed to overcome bouts of imposter syndrome in the past, and she tells just about the nicest Curly Wurly story you're ever likely to hear. Ella Jonas, Junior Brand Manager, Mondelez International Ella is from Winchester in Hampshire, but now lives in London. She studied English Literature at Exeter University. She applied to Mondelez, an international FMCG company which owns Cadbury, Oreo, Green & Black's, Toblerone, Philadelphia and lots more. She did three years on the Sales and Marketing graduate scheme.  That scheme saw her cover revenue planning, a type of internal finance, working on Christmas biscuits, Freddo marketing, sales, managing Christmas and Easter in Co-Op.  She is now back in marketing, but the scheme was a great opportunity to experience multiple functions and enhance her skillset.

Leisha for Breakfast - Triple M Goulburn Valley 95.3 Mornings Podcast
SNACK CHAT: Cadbury Caramilk Marvelous Creations!

Leisha for Breakfast - Triple M Goulburn Valley 95.3 Mornings Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 1:56


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The Voicebot Podcast
Say It Now CEO Charles Cadbury on Actionable Voice Ads - Voicebot Podcast Ep 268

The Voicebot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2022 68:55


Charles Cadbury breaks down how voice assistants can be used to drive awareness and sales for consumer brands. Say It Now was founded in 2018 and won the European Alexa Cup in 2019. The company made headlines during the COVID-19 pandemic when it rolled out a solution to help raise funds for charities through smart speakers. Learnings from that initiative led to the development of Say It Now's Actionable Audio Ads which drive user interaction with branded Alexa skills. Cadbury breaks down the effectiveness of integrating consumer touchpoints through smart speakers, radio, and marketing campaigns to drive conversions. He also discusses recent neurological research on how consumers respond to these campaigns.  

OTB Football
CADBURY FC ROADSHOW | Ian Wright, Michael Owen, Emma Byrne, Karen Carney

OTB Football

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2022 30:16


We had a Brilliant night in Vicar Street last Wednesday for our first big roadshow in nearly 3 years! It was all with thanks to Cadbury FC. Thanks to everyone who came out and of course all proceeds from the night will go to Irish grassroots women's football. This is some of our final panel with all four guests: Ian Wright, Karen Carney, Emma Byrne & Michael Owen - who sat down with Joe Molloy and Aaisling O'Reilly.

Cyrus Says
CnB ft. Punit, Abbas & Niveditha | ₹17 Lakhs Worth Stolen Chocolates & Memory Improving LSD

Cyrus Says

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 72:09


On Cock & Bull today, we are joined by Punit, Abbas & Niveditha. Today Cyrus is lecturing about the ill effects of walking. For him, walking is as overrated as water, and he also shares why the same is simply pointless. As per Cyrus Broacha, walking is for morons. In the show: We have Niveditha debuting as the co-host on the show, who's now officially joined IVM as a ‘creator.' The panel discusses their favorite chocolates and candies. Punit shares the story of an old Indian man who gets lost in Bangladesh. Ayesha Broacha comes into the chat and starts an auction of Cyrus. And Abbas makes everyone play a game he invented based on Cyrus' book. Topics discussed by the panel were: Cadbury chocolates worth Rs 17 lakhs stolen from UP godown and How LSD improves memory. Tune in for this and much more!Check out Cyrus Says merch:ivm.today/3PLKo1mYou can follow Punit on Instagram at @punitpaniaYou can follow Abbas on Instagram at @abbasmomin88You can follow Niveditha on Instagram at @niv.prakasamStream the podcast on major platforms like Spotify, Apple Podcasts, & Google PodcastsDo send in AMA questions for Cyrus by tweeting them to @cyrussaysin or emailing them at whatcyrussays@gmail.comDon't forget to follow Cyrus Broacha on Instagram @cyrus_broacha (https://www.instagram.com/cyrus_broacha)In case you're late to the party and want to catch up on previous episodes of Cyrus Says you can do so at: www.ivmpodcasts.com/cyrussaysYou can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the new and improved IVM Podcasts App on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios

Dermot & Dave
Arsenal Legends Ian Wright And Emma Byrne Chat Grassroots Football

Dermot & Dave

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 14:01


''We need backing for years to come at grassroots level in Ireland'' Arsenal Legends Ian Wright and Emma Byrne joined Dermot and Dave to chat all things football. The guys chat about their playing careers, the recent success of the UEFA Women's EURO' 2022 competition and Ian shares his love for Dublin. Ian and Emma are in town to help support Irish women's grassroots football with Cadbury's new campaign ‘The Game Is On'. Cadbury have created the ‘The Game is On' initiative to ensure grassroots women's teams get the visibility they deserve. As the grassroots season gets underway, Cadbury have teamed up with ten clubs nationwide to help them promote their club on a local level with the creation of uniquely designed posters.

OTB Football
IAN WRIGHT INTERVIEW | 'Keano used to slaughter me: 'Wrighty, you've a cabinet full of losers' medals''

OTB Football

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 30:35


The brilliant Ian Wright joined Off The Ball at our most recent roadshow in Vicar St. this week. In conversation with OTB's Joe Molloy and Aisling O'Reilly, the Arsenal legend discussed the glory years in North London and much, much more. Keep an eye out in the coming days for more great interviews with the likes of Michael Owen, Karen Carney and the former Irish international goalkeeper, Emma Byrne. In association with Cadbury

You Tried Dat??
194: Cadbury Flake, Picnic, and Crunchy Bars

You Tried Dat??

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2022 63:00


3 Cadbury bars square off against each other this week: Flake, Picnic, and Crunchy.  All 3 have potential, but will the You Tried Dat?? crew find any of them to be truly great?  They also discuss cartoon fake outs, overheating bees, and typical millenial behavior before deciding what the greatest thing about the UK is in a UK Tournament. Follow us on Instagram and see pictures of the snacks @youtrieddat.

Zesty Life Hacks
Curly Wurly Hotdog

Zesty Life Hacks

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 29:06


Cadbury mistakes. Sayings. Dr. Pepper.Mermaids. And ... Wil Wheaton Tell A friend! Or "borrow" their phone and subscribe for them. They'll thank you later. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Awful & Awesome Entertainment Wrap
Ep 264: Malayankunju, The Most Hated Man on the Internet

The Awful & Awesome Entertainment Wrap

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 57:09


Timecodes00:00 - Introduction06:45 - The Worst Person in the World12:19 - The Most Hated Man on the Internet16:05 - Subscriber letters18:50 - Malayankunju26:35 - Jugjugg Jeeyo28:56 - Fashion talk36:59 - Kurkure and Cadbury ads42:09 - Subscriber letters44:19 - Ranveer Singh nude photoshoot48:51 - Kesariya | Arijit Singh53:37 - Koffee With KaranWhile talking about the Malayalam film Malayankunju:Nidhi: Why haven't you made a Mallu playlist then? You only made a Punjabi playlist...Or you're either singing all the time to Punjabi music.Abhinandan: Yeah, I sing Punjabi music all the time.Nidhi: You've never put any effort to learn or sing.Abhinandan: I don't understand Malayalam.Nidhi: Haven't you ever had a Mallu girlfriend? Everyone in Delhi has had a Mallu girlfriend.Abhinandan: (tries to ignore the question) Can't we just stick to the...Abhinandan and Nidhi burst out laughing. This and a whole lot of stuff awful and awesome as Abhinandan Sekhri and Nidhi Suresh review the films Malayankunju and The Worst Person in the World; docu-series The Most Hated Man on the Internet; the song Kesariya from the movie Brahmāstra; and Kurkure and Cadbury's new ads. Abhinandan also asks Nidhi why she watches Koffee With Karan.Tune in!PS. Nidhi gives Abhinandan some Malayalam lessons.Write to us at newslaundry.com/podcast-letters.Contribute to our NL Sena projects Bulldozing a New Image in MP and The Yogi Who Has It All. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Marketing Today with Alan Hart
323: The Scientific Method and Marketing with Campbell's Linda Lee

Marketing Today with Alan Hart

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 34:24


Using her background as an engineer, Linda Lee, CMO of Meals & Beverages at Campbell Soup Company, institutes the Scientific Method in marketing the large portfolio of brands under the Campbell umbrella. Starting in product development at P&G, her career journey led her into marketing at notable companies like P&G, General Mills, Cadbury, Ipsos, and Stonyfield. This episode shares Alan and Linda's discussion of her career journey, how she is modernizing a storied brand and its multiple brands, and why she feels saying yes opens new doors. In this episode, you'll learn: How in-home insights are critical to today's marketing and how it has changed since COVID How to use the Scientific Method in marketing brands How Campbell is driving product innovation and development Key Highlights [00:33] Linda's superpower [01:46] Linda's career journey [09:44] How Linda is modernizing this brand that has stood the test of time [12:04] Linda's starting point with a giant portfolio and customer insights [15:18] Thoughts on the in-home component of marketing [20:34] Driving product innovation and development [23:34] Bringing that innovation to life [27:58] An experience that defines Linda [30:28] Linda's advice for her younger self [30:45] What marketers should be learning more about [35:52] Where Linda feels brands are living now [37:22] The biggest opportunity and threat for marketers today Resources Mentioned: Linda Lee Campbell Soup Company Career stops: P&G, Mondelez, Ipsos, Stonyfield, Chef's Cut Real Jerky, Campbell Soup Company Portfolio of Brands: Campbell's, Pacific Foods, Prego, Pace, Swanson, V8, Chunky Andy Warhol Campbell Soup Cans New York City Pace Commercial Campbell Soup Ad – Made for Real, Real Life (Mom in the supermarket) Chunky Spicy Chicken Noodle Soup Follow the podcast: Listen in iTunes (link: http://apple.co/2dbdAhV) Listen in Google Podcasts (link: http://bit.ly/2Rc2kVa) Listen in Spotify (Link: http://spoti.fi/2mCUGnC) Connect with the Guest: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lindalee96/ https://twitter.com/CampbellSoupCo Connect with Marketing Today and Alan Hart: Twitter Alan B Hart - http://twitter.com/abhart LinkedIn Alan  - https://www.linkedin.com/in/alanhart Twitter Marketing Today - http://twitter.com/themktgtoday Facebook Marketing Today - https://www.facebook.com/themktgtoday/ LinkedIn Marketing Today - https://www.linkedin.com/company/marketing-today-with-alan-hart/ Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/marketingtodaySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Our Daily Bread Podcast | Our Daily Bread

A treat we grew to love when we lived in England was Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate bars. When we returned to the States, I was dismayed to discover the U.S. distributor of Cadbury chocolate uses a different recipe and does not allow for any importer to supply the original UK version. You can buy Cadbury chocolate in the US, but it’s not the authentic version. Authenticity. It’s something I can taste in my chocolate but earnestly long to be true of me as well as a believer in Jesus. Authentic faith is a quality Paul commends his disciple Timothy for in the opening of his second letter to Timothy. Paul writes of his deep love and appreciation for Timothy, specifically, “his sincere faith” (2 Timothy 1:5). Sincere, or authentic faith, is beautiful because it is real. We embrace genuine faith in part because we are turned off by its opposite: hypocrisy. Paul’s words still speak into our lives today, when we find ourselves tempted to present a slightly different version of ourselves, whether to cover fears or anxieties or to gloss over hurts and frustrations. Timothy’s example reminds me that authentic faith acknowledges those realities but continues to hold fast to God and to celebrate the faith God is developing in me.

The Reawakened Mom
Ep. 32: Teacher turned successful entrepreneur with Dori Roberts

The Reawakened Mom

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 37:38


What is a Match-maker for women looking to get started in the franchise world? Dori Roberts shares her wealth of knowledge in a space she worked in for 10 years! On today's episode I am joined by the incredible Dori Roberts. She is a former teacher who saw a need and came up with a solution. That idea became a business that she grew into a multimillion-dollar global brand. Now she is using the knowledge and experience she gained to help other women become successful business owners as a consultant. Fun Fact: Her dream job is to be a chocolate taste tester for Cadbury. (She has a major sweet tooth!) In this episode Melissa and Dori discuss: *What is the next step to grow? *Her journey how she started her business out of a need she saw missing in the school system *How Dori transitioned from teacher to business owner *Selling her business to the right company *Becoming a franchise consultant *Did you know there are 75 different categories of franchising? *How every phase of business is so different. *Believe in yourself because you never know what is possible If you are looking for a community of amazing mommas and would love support and encouragement, join our FB group and share what you gained, learned, felt in this episode. Reawakened Mom FB Group You can find me at: Facebook Instagram Youtube You can find Dori at: Podcast: She Turned Entrepreneur Website Enjoy the conversation!

Jesus Christ Supercast
11 - The Semi Final

Jesus Christ Supercast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 40:37


It's episode eleven of Jesus Christ Supercast and it's the semi final! Dave's under pressure and it's doing all sorts to his brain, as he seemingly imagines a booing audience member and after last night's drama with Nathan's top hat, there's more hat related madness! We also find out that Tim was the Cadbury's Gorilla and play the first ever game of 'Andrew Says' - the new hit game from the Supercast! Don't miss it!  https://linktr.ee/jesuschristsupercast

Sex, Drugs, and Jesus
Episode #60: Stigmas Surrounding Mental Health, Rekt Religions & An Alternative View Of The Bible With Erik & Marc, Hosts - From Survivor To Thriver Podcast

Sex, Drugs, and Jesus

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 79:59


INTRODUCTION: Co-hosts Erik DaRosa and Marc Fernandes are upending the front-end of mental health conversations. Each week, they tackle different mental health topics through honest and relatable “kitchen table” conversations with real people who are helping to shatter mental health stigmas and find their voices. We aim to normalize discussions around mental health topics and remind our audience they are not alone, there is strength in community and "it's perfectly ok to not always be ok." Our podcast is more than just a podcast. It is a

House Call Vet Café Podcast
Ep 23: Mobile Vet Care in Arusha, Tanzania: From rabid lions, to anthrax, to fundraising, humanitarianism, welfare education, spiced tea, hot chocolate, & banana wine: Meet Dr. Evarest Maguo with Elang'ata Agrovet

House Call Vet Café Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 43:57


Dr. Evarest Maguo has been a veterinarian for over thirty years, and in 1997 he established his own veterinary practice and mobile clinic, along with his wife, Mrs. Evelyne.  They are both experienced in agricultural services, environmental work, and the provision of veterinary care and animal welfare education. Evarest has been working as a vet since 1990 and holds a degree in Environmental Science and a Masters in Zoology. He is supported by his wife Evelyne, who has a certificate in agriculture and livestock and currently operates their agricultural and vet supply shop. They also have an on-site shelter that they use to house and treat a range of animals that require specific care. It is their end goal to re-home these animals to good homes. Their clinic and shelter are in Sekai, Arusha and they also offer a mobile clinic service in Arusha and nearby areas. Interview Answers: Ground nuts   Yes, I was born in Dodoma, but I have been in Arusha for three-quarters of my life. I did my Veterinary training in Arusha as well. There are some other vets in Arusha, but they do not offer a mobile service. We are also very committed to improving animal welfare, whereas most vets in the area are not as passionate as us here at Elang'ata Agrovet.   The tribe that I originate from in Dodoma is called the Go-go tribe and they are livestock keepers, and with my late brother also being a vet, I became very interested in animals from a young age. As I grew up, I entered a livestock/ agricultural secondary school to pursue my interest in animals. After school, I then went to vet college in Arusha, once I graduated, I was employed by the government in 1990 as an animal welfare inspector for several years. I then decided to retire, and start my own company in 1997, and so Elang'ata Agrovet was born!   There are two areas to the vet, and mobile clinic and a stationary clinic. Mobile services are beneficial because I can take in my surroundings of the animal, and through this, I am able to gain a better understanding of why the animal may be ill or sick. Sometimes, it is obvious that people that take their animal to eh stationary vet sometimes do not tell the full truth, and so it is difficult to tell why the animal may be unwell. Participation by the whole family of a given client is important because I can educate more people, and more people become accountable for the animal's health at the same time. When funding opportunities are available, we also try to carry out vaccination clinics, outreach programmes, education programmes.   What is it like being a vet in Tanzania – To be a vet here is challenging because sometimes you want to reach a lot of people, but you can be, and usually are incredibly restricted by the money made available. We get very little government funding which makes it difficult to provide a service.  There is also very little awareness of animal welfare in Arusha and Tanzania, so even in the Police, for example, it is very difficult to regulate new animal welfare legislation. Sometimes I feel like I am the only one that knows! Again, some concepts of animal welfare are completely new to Tanzanians, re-homing for example – people are not educated in re-homing of animals and its benefits, so it makes it difficult to re-home dogs at the shelter.   We treat a range of animals big and small! Day-to-day work usually includes chickens, donkeys, cows, cats and, dogs. I am prepared to answer a call for any animal!  -We sometimes do joint vaccination programmes around the national parks here, including the Serengeti! We vaccinate animals around the national parks, which in turn decreases the transmission rate of diseases like rabies into safari animals.   Everything! Surgeries such as neutering and spaying, amputation etc, vaccinations, diagnosis, pregnancies, artificial insemination and many more! Rehabilitation, continuous treatment, antibiotics etc.   In Tanzania, we have a lack of even basic medical equipment that we need daily, not to mention the lack of state of art equipment. We have no x-ray or ultrasounds, which means we must diagnose every single case visually. There is also a lack of specific drugs for specific diseases. This means simple treatment, such as the use of antibiotics, is not as efficient and targeted as we would like.   As mentioned, there is a lack of general funding and support from the government, which really is the cause of a lot of the issues we have here. There is also a lack of knowledge and education of animal welfare leading to a lack of care and poor animal welfare. This is where outreach and education funding can be so important. Country infrastructure can also make things difficult. There are some very difficult areas to access, and rising fuel costs certainly don't make things easy! Many locals also do not have the money to provide proper care for their animals, and I cannot afford to give out medical treatment for free, unfortunately.   Question not quite understood – can you please elaborate? You must be prepared to work around the clock and be prepared to give up many things. You must be prepared to be called out for the mobile clinic, for example, I had to explain to my wife on my wedding day why I had to take the medical bag along with me! You must be ready to learn online, we are no longer at university, so you need to stay up to date with new equipment, new techniques etc. Being ready to take on a wide variety of animals We have an animal welfare trust fund called the Protection of Animal Welfare Society (PAWS). We aim to improve the lives of domestic, farm and working animals in Tanzania through education, advocacy, and on-ground clinics & workshops. On a given day, we can have several groups of volunteers and students coming to learn and gain experience in veterinary practice whilst also getting a cultural experience at our homestay too!   We have recently joined the Workaway programme, so we can host up to six Workaway volunteers at a time. We provide accommodation and food in return for work at the shelter, and volunteers get the opportunity to see how we carry out surgeries and vaccination clinics etc.   Spiced tea! But I also like to drink a pint of soured milk before bed! and my new volunteers have me hooked on Cadbury's hot chocolate! Topics Covered In This Episode: What it's like to become a veterinarian in Tanzania  Mobile veterinary work and why Evarest prefers it! Livestock, Zoos and Safaris animals…Oh my! What it's like caring for a wide range of animals including dogs and cats Common diseases and viruses amongst the animals in Tanzania Vaccine protocols and preventative care Volunteer work for vaccine clinics and education Animal Welfare Education for the community, politicians and local police How to get involved!  Donate or volunteer to help the animals of Tanzania!  Common challenges veterinarians face in Tanzania Links & Resources for Dr. Evarest Maguo: Visit Elang'Ata Agro-Vet Services Website (New website coming soon) Email for more information here or Evarest here. PAWS (Protection of Animal Welfare Society)  Find them on social media: PAWS on Instagram Elang'ata Agrovet Services on Instagram  Elang'ata Agrovet Services on Facebook The House Call Vet Academy links: Find out about The House Call Vet Academy online CE course  Learn more about Dr. Eve Harrison  Learn more about 1-to-1 coaching for current & prospective house call, mobile, & concierge vets Get House Call Vet Swag! Find out about the next House Call & Mobile Vet Conference Music: In loving memory of Dr. Steve Weinberg. Intro & outro guitar music was written,  performed, & recorded by house call veterinarian Dr. Steve Weinberg. Thank you to our sponsors! Rockin' Pets, Rollin' Vets PriVet Pet Care First Opinion Veterinary Ultrasound- Online CE courses on ultrasonography & machine selection  

Gripe Session Podcast
What's In Your Wallet?

Gripe Session Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 47:22


Today, our favorite “Gripe Sistahs” give us a run for our money by discussing what must be a record-breaking number of topics, even for them! From Chika dropping a golden nugget of financial wisdom for our military spouses that EVEN Shanea was clueless about, to both our lovelies going loopy over Christmas holiday traditions in JULY!!! They go from discussing big screen TVs and Mexican food to Cadbury hot chocolate and OPI gel polish so fast it will make your head spin! This is definitely one you won't want to miss! We say it a lot but this time, we mean it! Enjoy, and happy griping! 

Fearless Happyness Podcast
The Fearless Happyness Podcast Episode 64 with Lauren Brollier Newton

Fearless Happyness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 42:36


Lauren is an award-winning inspirational speaker and transformational coach, certified through the Brave Thinking Institute. She works with organizations and individuals, helping them build their dreams, accelerate their results, and create richer, more fulfilling lives.  Faced with devastating news, Lauren had a choice: rebuild her life from the ground up in a  way she would love or stay with the status quo. Taking the road less traveled, she decided to live her dream. As a result, Lauren founded Soul Savvy to help others connect with the most infinite side of themselves so they can live a life they love.  Lauren has spent over a decade as an educator and coach. She started her career in  California public schools, first as a teacher and then as a coach helping teachers deliver the best instruction. Her ability to break down overarching spiritual and success concepts into bite-sized pieces makes her a standout in her field. Through her coaching and speaking, she has inspired thousands of people to live a life they love.  Out of 3,500 eligible coaches, she won the Outstanding Impact Award for 2021 from Brave Thinking Institute, recognizing her impact on clients and reach  in the industry.  Lauren lives in northwestern Wyoming with her husband, Cameron, and their two cats, Little and Cadbury. She loves exploring the beautiful landscape of the Wyoming mountains,  reading, and riding horses.  Listen in as we talk about Lauren's personal and professional challenges and how she has not only overcome them but has become a very successful award-winning inspirational speaker and transformational coach.

Radio Islam
NIHT Explains its certification of Cadbury products

Radio Islam

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 8:20


NIHT Explains its certification of Cadbury products by Radio Islam

Health Oddity Podcast
Unlocking a More Adventurous Life with Chris Zaremba

Health Oddity Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 71:58


We are re-joined by returning guest Chris Zaremba, who's first episode ‘Fat to Fit at Fifty' (number 42) is one that still gets regularly discussed & referenced today. Chris talks about the many ways his life has changed since his ‘health epiphany' at 50 years old & the knock-on effect it had to UK sales for both Cadbury's & Mars! Chris reveals his plans to step back on the physique competition stage in LA next year at 66 years of age for what will be his 10th (and probably final appearance). We delve deeper into his training & diet leading up to the competition to achieve peak condition & learn how to balance a love of real ale & artisan bread with becoming the most lean & muscular version of yourself.

The Adam & Symon Show
Adam's Baby Superpower

The Adam & Symon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 40:49


Truly a sight to behold, Adam has unlocked the power of parenting. He also calls out Cadbury #nofreeads, MIMC is back, Symon brings us the greatest knock-knock joke of all-time and a police chase involves Adam, sort of.  Get in touch with the us:  linktr.ee/adamandsymonshow See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fearlessly Failing with Lola Berry
226. Sam & Lola in LA LA LAND - THE HOLLYWOOD PITCH – The Secret To Selling Your Creative Idea

Fearlessly Failing with Lola Berry

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 68:04


In this episode we talk about pitching TV shows, music videos, commercials, books and films. In a nutshell a pitch is an idea (in our case a creative one) that you're trying to essentially sell to people or businesses that can help bring that idea to life through either their resources, skill set or financing the project. The interesting thing about this topic is that being able to pitch an idea comes in handy in almost any industry, not just the entertainment media and world.We deep dive into pitching in Hollywood, TV commercials and how Sam used to get his ideas and pitches across the line with big clients. And I talk about the book world and how I've pitched ideas for each of my 11 books, from the outside you might think that book deals come through thick and fast, but the truth is they don't.Each and every one goes through a pitching process. And in this episode we break down each step to pitching from the first idea to the finished product.You'll not only get inside tips and experiences from us but Sam will talk you through his mate's Marcus' (who's the creator and founder of The Great Pitch Company, you can check them out here http://thegreatpitchocmpany.com/) 3 key pitching points:1) Whatever you are pitching, you need to make an emotional connection with the person that you are pitching to. People often fall into the trap of giving good rational responses to pitch briefs but they fail to forget that human beings ultimately decide on emotion and they justify with reason.2) Don't pitch to strangers. Of course pitching often involves pitching to people you don't know - or does it? At the very least, you can do your homework about the people you are meeting by looking at their social media profiles such as LinkedIn. And of course, you should use every opportunity to get in front of the person before the final pitch - so they are not strangers on pitch day. Build a relationship with these people. Relationships are crucial.3) It's not what you say, it's the way you say it. Any great pitch should inform and entertain. If you fail at either one, then you are likely to fail at both. Avoid jargon and speak plainly - talk from the heart not the chart. And plan a big finish so you don't end on a whimper.We hope you love this ep, please share, like, subscribe and tell your mates.Big love from,Sam & Lola in LA- Sam insta: https://www.instagram.com/samrken/ - Lola insta: https://www.instagram.com/yummololaberry/LINKS:1. http://thegreatpitchocmpany.com/2. Sam's video clip with Ellie Goulding: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekPBOVgGRSA3. Sam's Cadbury ad: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GnkUV-8w-bM4. Lola's beauty food book teaser, so you can see what a simple book pitch can turn into after 12 months: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-MboSujtfo&t=16s See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Fitzy & Wippa
BONUS: A (Questionable) Surprise Meal For Curtis Stone

Fitzy & Wippa

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 11:56


Curtis Stone is back in Australia and stopped by the studio this morning to tell Fitzy and Wippa all about life in LA, cooking for Oprah and his new collaboration with Cadbury and Coles. Wippa also wanted to surprise the chef with a plate of his space-ghetti…. The new Cadbury 'Caramel Slice' block by Curtis Stone launches in Coles. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

B Bin Horror
Jeepers Creepers

B Bin Horror

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 72:20


Hello and welcome back to another episode of B Bin Horror! On today's episode we talk about the 2003 horror film, Jeepers Creepers. Jeepers Creepers was written and directed by Victor Salva and stars Justin Long, Gina Philips and Patricia Belcher. On today's episode we talk about the highs and lows of the film, we discuss what a Cadbury surprise is, and Doug tries to survive The Creeper with the help of Jesus himself! If you like what you hear please follow us on Instagram and Facebook @bbinhorror. You can also send us emails at bbinhorror@gmail.com.

parkrun adventurers podcast
Episode 287 - Rhubarb Lemonade

parkrun adventurers podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 57:16


Join Mel & Olly this week as they both adventure! Mel heads to Mount Ainslie parkrun to complete a long awaited challenge, while Olly takes a last minute opportunity to tick off another event (on his ever growing list) at Cowpasture Reserve parkrun. We hear from Johan at Heidedal's 5th birthday, while Tracey and Cam pop in from the Ch 5 News crew with reports from Tamborine Mountain and Jarrahdale Heritage parkruns. Plus all the usual news, updates and our Cheeky Informant, who seems to be angling for a Cadbury sponsorship (??)

Creative Boom
Gush Mundae on finding his place in Britain and growing a design studio from scratch

Creative Boom

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 92:25


What was it like to move to the UK from Delhi in the 1970s, aged just five years old? For Gush Mundae, founder of creative agency Bulletproof, he felt that, as an immigrant, he was never "invited in", so he admits it was a real hustle from the beginning. Hip-hop was just emerging in Britain, which he became obsessed with – along with all the associated culture, like graffiti art and sneakers. But Gush admits the street art "got him into a lot of trouble with the boys in blue and rival gangs" until his art teacher encouraged him to take that passion for art to explore graphic design and consider a respectable career in the creative industry. So, in 1998, Gush took the plunge and founded Bulletproof using £2,000 of his personal savings. Today, his agency works with Cadbury, Football Association Wales and Soapsmith from studios in London, Amsterdam, New York, Sydney, Singapore and – most recently – Shanghai. Describing Bulletproof as his "life's work", we were eager to learn more about what he's been through. The blood, sweat and tears. The big lessons and the bold moves. Join us for this fascinating, honest chat from one of the best names in the business – from racism and Brexit to hip hop, modern music and design; from overcoming childhood traumas and growing a global agency to adapting to the world today – Gush Mundae reveals all. Season Four of The Creative Boom Podcast is kindly sponsored by Astropad Studio.

Media Masters
Media Masters - Chris Kay

Media Masters

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 40:00


Chris Kay is chief executive of Saatchi & Saatchi. Founded in 1970, the iconic advertising agency employs over 6,500 people and has offices in 76 countries. An advertising industry veteran, prior to joining Saatchi he had senior roles at Manchester City Football Club, LA agency 72andSunny, and also worked for Fallon at the time when they were producing some of their most memorable work - including the ‘balls' campaign for Sony, and the Cadbury's Dairy Milk advert featuring the gorilla's famous drum solo. In this in-depth interview, Chris reflects on a career journey that started in the unlikely place of a management science degree which, “despite being dull,” set him on the right path because brief encounters with advertising throughout the course sparked his passion; discusses the challenges ahead for the advertising industry, which must evolve to seismic changes such as the decline of traditional TV and the impact of the current cost-of-living crisis; and shares his determination to play his part in “rekindling Britain's status as the world's creativity and entertainment hub.” 

b CAUSE with Erin & Nicole
154: The Data You Need to Sell Authenticity to Your Leaders

b CAUSE with Erin & Nicole

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 26:43


Authenticity isn't fluffy unicorn doo-doo and we've got the proof to back it up. In this episode, Erin and Nicole share highlights of b Authentic Inc's new study, “Authenticity in the Workplace.” At first glance, it may seem like a tall order to prove that authenticity works in the workplace. After all, how can you measure something as subjective and intangible as trust or respect? But rest assured – we have the data to back up our claim. Curious to see how much of a difference authenticity really makes in a company? You won't want to miss this one (or its mind-blowing results!) The Impact of Authenticity in the Workplace National Study If you'd like quick tangible tips and practical corporate career advice to level up your authentic leadership, download the 10 simple “plays” to stop selling out and start standing out at https://bauthenticinc.mykajabi.com/freebie   To connect with Erin and/or Nicole, email: hello@bauthenticinc.com  If you like jammin' with us on the podcast, b sure to join us for more fun and inspiration!  Follow b Cause on Twitter (really it's mostly Nicole)   Follow Erin on LinkedIn or Instagram  Join the b Cause Podcast Facebook Group    Take our simple, fun and insightful"What's your workplace superhero name?”quiz  Unleash your Authentic Superpower with Erin's book,"You Do You (ish)" Check out our blog for more no-BS career advice Work with Us Or just buy some fun, authentic, kick-ars merch here DISCLAIMER: This episode is not explicit, though contains mild swearing that may be unsustainable for younger audiences. Tweetable Comments “People that worked at authentic companies were four times more likely to say there's a high level of trust with them.” “People that work for authentic managers were six times more likely, 600% more likely to follow them.” “You just put on chapstick and now you look glowy and nice. And I'm trying to secretly get half off camera so I can shove a Cadbury creme egg in my mouth.” “Authentic culture is more important than the diversity in a company. Intuitively it makes sense because if I go work for a company that has all the right numbers, you know, 50% of women in leadership roles. It has 30% people of color…But if those people can't be themselves or if it feels contrived or controlled or tokenized in some way it can actually go backwards.”

New Books in History
Simon Heffer, "High Minds: The Victorians and the Birth of Modern Britain" (Pegasus Books, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 73:15


Britain in the 1840s should have been, observes Simon Heffer, a time of great social improvement. Instead it was a country that was beset by poverty, unrest, assassination attempts on young Queen Victoria and her Prime Minister, and fears of revolution. Yet just forty years later, it was as if none of that had ever happened. It had become a prosperous and progressive nation, transformed by advances not only in industrialization, but also in politics, science, religion, and education. That Britain had become such a society was not an accident, but the result of intelligent and directed purpose The story of that purpose, and what it wrought, is the subject of Heffer's book High Minds: The Victorians and the Birth of Modern Britain (Pegasus Books, 2022). It is an investigation not simply of political, social, or cultural change, but of a change of mind—by which I mean not merely changing ideas, like changing clothes from season to season, but of changing the way things are seen Simon Heffer is an eminent British journalist, essayist, historian, and author of numerous books, including lives of the 19th century Scottish philosopher Thomas Carlyle and 20th century politician Enoch Powell, and a series of histories of Britain of which High Minds is the first. For Further Investigation In our wide-ranging conversation we touched on topics covered in previous episodes of the podcast. If you haven't already, then listen to Jonathan Rose talk about the intellectual life of the British working class; or Will Hay describe the importance of an obscure Prime Minister. High Minds was published in 2013 in Britain, but is only now being published in the United States by Pegasus Books. It has been followed by The Age of Decadence–A History of Britain: 1880-1914, which was confusingly published in the United States before High Minds. Staring at God: Britain in the Great War has not been published in America; you'll need to order it from Britain along with the good Cadbury's chocolate they keep for themselves. The final volume in the series, now being written, will end the story in 1939. Al Zambone is a historian and the host of the excellent podcast Historically Thinking. You can subscribe to Historically Thinking on Apple Podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Simon Heffer, "High Minds: The Victorians and the Birth of Modern Britain" (Pegasus Books, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 73:15


Britain in the 1840s should have been, observes Simon Heffer, a time of great social improvement. Instead it was a country that was beset by poverty, unrest, assassination attempts on young Queen Victoria and her Prime Minister, and fears of revolution. Yet just forty years later, it was as if none of that had ever happened. It had become a prosperous and progressive nation, transformed by advances not only in industrialization, but also in politics, science, religion, and education. That Britain had become such a society was not an accident, but the result of intelligent and directed purpose The story of that purpose, and what it wrought, is the subject of Heffer's book High Minds: The Victorians and the Birth of Modern Britain (Pegasus Books, 2022). It is an investigation not simply of political, social, or cultural change, but of a change of mind—by which I mean not merely changing ideas, like changing clothes from season to season, but of changing the way things are seen Simon Heffer is an eminent British journalist, essayist, historian, and author of numerous books, including lives of the 19th century Scottish philosopher Thomas Carlyle and 20th century politician Enoch Powell, and a series of histories of Britain of which High Minds is the first. For Further Investigation In our wide-ranging conversation we touched on topics covered in previous episodes of the podcast. If you haven't already, then listen to Jonathan Rose talk about the intellectual life of the British working class; or Will Hay describe the importance of an obscure Prime Minister. High Minds was published in 2013 in Britain, but is only now being published in the United States by Pegasus Books. It has been followed by The Age of Decadence–A History of Britain: 1880-1914, which was confusingly published in the United States before High Minds. Staring at God: Britain in the Great War has not been published in America; you'll need to order it from Britain along with the good Cadbury's chocolate they keep for themselves. The final volume in the series, now being written, will end the story in 1939. Al Zambone is a historian and the host of the excellent podcast Historically Thinking. You can subscribe to Historically Thinking on Apple Podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Bawdy Storytelling
Episode 225: 'Birthday Bunny‘ (Dixie De La Tour)

Bawdy Storytelling

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 41:02


Would you be nervous about meeting someone if you'd already had sex with the person, yet you'd never actually seen them? After boffing someone at a pitch dark sex party, Dixie De La Tour gets a call from this mystery man, asking her for a date - and it makes her so nervous. Is she expected to have sex with him, since it's already happened? And what if her date doesn't like how she looks, since they haven't actually laid eyes on each other? Big Thanks to the Risk! Podcast for inviting Dix to perform this story on their first livestream at the start of the Pandemic, and to Jefferson Bergey for this week's original Birthday song. Remember: ‘You stop Reading, I stop Eating'! #HappyBirthday #RepentYourSins #Insecure #MatzohBallSoup   Song: ‘Jack in the Box' (Jefferson Bergey) About the Storyteller:   Dixie De La Tour is a storytelling coach, sexual folklorist, professional storyteller, podcaster, teacher, impresario, community builder and most of all, a facilitator of new experiences. She is also the Founder, Curator & Host of the Award-winning storytelling series, Bawdy Storytelling (“The Moth for Pervs” - LA Weekly, “The Original Sex and Storytelling series” - Playgirl) that's been lauded for its transformational, relatable, empowering performances. Dixie has been a featured storyteller for the National Storytelling Conference, and in addition to story and public speaking coaching for her own Bawdy series, she coaches for events such as TEDx, Women in Technology, and regularly offers ‘How to Be Fascinating: Dixie's Secret System for Brilliant Storytelling' (her unique personal and professional storytelling system).   Ultimately, this story-loving southerner is passionate about storytelling's ability to keep people safe, reduce social anxiety and connect us with strangers. Dixie has also been Sainted by the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence (“Saint Kiss & Make You Tell”) for her work to reduce stigma and eliminate shame, and in her free time, she enjoys being a Muppet. Discover more about Dixie De La Tour and Bawdy Storytelling at Facebook.com/BawdyStorytelling, on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/bawdystorytelling/ on Twitter at @Bawdy and always at www.BawdyStorytelling.com Remember, Stories help you find your people!   People have been asking if they can gift me something for this birthday… other than joining our Patreon, you can support me and Bawdy thru these apps: Venmo: https://venmo.com/u/bawdystorytelling Paypal: https://paypal.me/bawdystorytelling CashApp: Cash.app/$DixieDeLaTour Buy Me a Coffee: http://buymeacoff.ee/bawdy Thank you for asking, for your generosity, & for loving me & Bawdy!     Episode links:   LIVE SHOW: We're bringing out Bawdy's infamous games for our next live show in San Francisco! Come play OKPervert, Sniff Test and of course, Bang-O  - and listen to incredible true stories from Leland Carina, Best of Bawdy's Matt Beld, Bonobo Community's William Winters and more! Our theme for this month is ‘Cravings' and it's happening on Saturday, May 21 at the Verdi Club. Get tickets to the May 21st show now at https://bit.ly/BawdyCravings   My Storytelling Workshop is almost sold out! Why are Bawdy's Stories different? Because I have a System! The next 'How to Be Fascinating: Dixie's Secret System for Brilliant Storytelling' workshop starts on Tuesday, July 12th (the last few got rave reviews from the attendees, and even got 1 student their dream job - at double their previous salary!). I've added weekly office hours, custom story coaching & Q&A, and a final storytelling performance for you and your friends. Remember, this class is a prerequisite for my upcoming Sex and Story and Advanced Storytelling workshops coming out later this year - and Early Bird Pricing ends next week! Register at https://bit.ly/HowToBeFascinatingT   Uberlube: Uberlube is a luxurious, high-grade silicone lubricant made from clean, body-friendly ingredients; it's just silicone with a little Vitamin E. Uberlube is Dixie's favorite lube, and they're offering Bawdy Storytelling listeners a special offer – 10% off and free shipping when you use my code “Dixie” at UberLube.com. That's 10% off and free shipping!   Patreon: Our Patreon community is how Bawdy is still here after years away from our beloved live shows, and it's because of people like you who support this important work that we do. Plus you get exclusive rewards when you Join! Please become a member of our Patreon family now at https://www.patreon.com/Bawdy  (and Thank You!) May is Share-a-Story month: Wanna send me a story, in written form or in your own voice? Send your written words or voice memo recording to BawdyStorytelling@gmail.com and I might just put you on the podcast! Bawdy is about real people and their experiences, I can't wait to hear yours.   Private Coaching: Storytelling for Self-Discovery can help you find, create and polish your own stories (this is my one-on-one private coaching option, and my last client said ‘OMG, you just saved me 2 years of therapy, Dixie!' Why? Because together, we do the work and find what that story is really about for you) Do you want learn to tell a compelling, relatable personal true story? I can help you dig deep, gain understanding and communicate with clarity. Writing a memoir, creating a podcast, or want to learn brand storytelling for your business or another story-related endeavor? Email me at BawdyStorytelling@gmail.com and let's make a plan.   ProTip: Subscribe to the Bawdy Storytelling email list & you'll be notified of all upcoming storytelling workshops, livestreams, podcasts, live shows and Special Events first at https://bawdystorytelling.com/subscribe   Bawdy Got Me Laid perfume, Bawdy Butter & more: Dixie has created her own fragrance: You'll love #BawdyGotMeLaid perfume, scented with golden honey, amber, ylang ylang, and warm vanilla. There's also our (scented or unscented) creamy Bawdy Butter, Hair & Bawdy Oil, & more. Bawdy Got Me Laid Merchandise means you can deliver your own great smelling Motorboats while supporting Dixie and Bawdy. Get yours today at https://bawdystorytelling.com/merchandise Cameo/Custom Dixie video: Need some Applause Tiddies?  I've been having so much fun making customized videos, and they make such a great Valentine's Day gift! Send your friends and lovers a custom ‘Cameo' video from Dixie (with or without applause tiddies), it's a great way to send love from far away to a Bawdy fan… For just $69, you and I can have a short zoom call, you can tell me all about the recipient, and I'll make a custom video from you for their special day. Find out more by emailing dixie@BawdyStorytelling.com #CustomVideo #Gift   Check out our Bawdy Storytelling Fiends and Fans group on Facebook - it's a place to discuss the podcast's stories with the storytellers, share thoughts with your fellow listeners, & help Dixie make the podcast even better. Just answer 3 simple questions and you're IN! https://www.facebook.com/groups/360169851578316/ Thank you to the Team that makes this podcast possible! Team Bawdy is:   Podcast Producer: Roman Den houdijker Sound Engineer: David Grosof Archivist / Video: Joe Moore Bawdy Livestream pre-show video by Donal Mooney Live-streaming by Rubeun Tan Storytelling support by Mosa Maxwell-Smith & Bawdy Creator & Podcast Host Dixie De La Tour & Thank you to Pleasure Podcasts. Bawdy Storytelling is proud to be part of your sex-positive podcast collective!    Tags:   Easter Parade bedroom desk single chair futon mattress bible childhood bible dusty ceremoniously panties decades read lips dirty bed pops out eward fingers concentrating new section wrestler echo move ears you fucking rabbit giggle carrot condom basket repent your sins eggs big baptize me juices screaming cream filling laughing ridiculous flops is ruined bag plastic spoon Energizer Bunny fast focusing soup protesting Cadbury commercial orgasming truthful dates mouthful of matzo ball weird car first date chicken wire Craigslist vanilla passion depletion extreme burnout livestream new familiar grow quit job great resignation introspection relationship Love honest ugly cry takeover complicated workshops class introspective tattooed stripper vibration surreal music philosophy feminism 3 dimensional person depression party venue mascot heads nonsensical pointless good laugh loved social anxiety Darkness Falls personal narrative storytelling respite support host platform bungholes Billy Idol bleach blond April number have we met? Date definable trait Shawn forced awkward Anonymous sex matzo ball soup no pressure scared judged agreed information texts chats flirty wear smutty prim and proper garters stockings vacation school dress bible childhood dress read aloud you stop reading car panic attack Billy Idol Easter Bunny BunnyJam Burning Man Easter outfit gonna costumes pee hole crotch   Want more Bawdy? www.BawdyStorytelling.com Follow us on Twitter: @Bawdy On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bawdystorytelling/ Like us at www.Facebook.com/BawdyStorytelling Join us on FetLife: https://fetlife.com/groups/46341 Support us on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/Bawdy Watch us on YouTube at http://bit.ly/BawdyTV Find out about upcoming Podcast episodes - & Livestreams - at www.BawdyStorytelling.com/subscribe  

Guerras de Negocios
Hershey vs Mars | Dominación mundial del chocolate | 6

Guerras de Negocios

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 25:34


Es un nuevo siglo y Hershey enfrenta problemas inesperados en casa: un enfrentamiento entre la empresa y su mayor accionista amenaza su independencia.Mientras tanto, Mars tiene la misión de convertirse en el rey de los dulces del mundo. Y con Hershey aún por abrirse camino fuera de los EE. UU., la oportunidad de ponerse al día se está desvaneciendo rápidamente.Hershey sabe que hay un movimiento que podría hacerlo triunfar en el extranjero: una fusión con su alma gemela británica Cadbury. La pregunta es si puede asegurar la mano de Cadbury en matrimonio antes de que Mars triunfe en su búsqueda de la dominación mundial del chocolate.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

CrossPolitic Studios
Daily News Brief for Thursday, April 14th, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 17:05


Good Thursday this is the chocolate Knox with your cross politic daily news brief for Thursday April 14th 2022 CDC to extend federal transportation mask mandate for additional 15 days https://www.cnn.com/2022/04/13/politics/mask-mandate-extension/index.html The CDC plans to extend the federal transportation mask mandate for another 15 days to early May, according to a Biden administration. The mandate is now set to expire on May 3. "Since early April, there have been increases in the 7-day moving average of cases in the US. In order to assess the potential impact, the rise of cases has on severe disease, including hospitalizations and deaths, and health care system capacity, CDC is recommending that TSA extend the security directive to enforce mask use on public transportation and transportation hubs for 15 days, through May 3, 2022," An official told CNN. The official added, "This will give additional time for the CDC to learn more about BA.2 and make a best-informed decision." When you are not bold enough to keep your state free and you want to curry favor with you base you do something like this… https://www.foxnews.com/politics/texas-migrant-bus-arrives-washington-d-c If this is the best that we have to offer as a solution to the problem we are doomed. Patrisse Cullors one of the founding members of BLACK LIVES MATTER said while speaking at an event at Vashon Center for the Arts that anytime she hears about IRS Form 990, which requires charities to disclose their financial activities, she gets triggered. https://dailycaller.com/2022/04/13/patrisse-cullors-black-lives-matter-financial-disclosure-laws-unsafe-triggering/ Remember that the BLM Global Network Foundation spent $6 million of the charity’s money on a massive Southern California mansion in October 2020, New York Magazine reported. Dyane Pascall, the financial manager of an LLC run by Cullors and her spouse, purchased the mansion and transferred ownership to a Delaware-based LLC, preventing public knowledge of the foundation’s ownership, according to the report. The BLMGNF allegedly tried to keep the purchase a secret. Cullors said several activists have expressed fear to her that they will be hounded with requests from outlets about their 990 forms, which charities are required to disclose upon public request. Well, no one would know better than a trained marxist. An internal memo from the organization obtained by New York Magazine listed possible reasons for owning the house, such as a studio for producing content and a safe house for leaders with security concerns. Cullors stepped down as the organization’s executive director in 2021 after the Daily Caller News Foundation (DCNF) reported she used her position as the charity’s leader to funnel business to an art company led by the father of her only child. Redballoon Not so long ago, the American dream was alive and well. Employees who worked hard were rewarded, and employers looked for people who could do the job, not for people who had the right political views. RedBalloon.work (www.redballoon.work/flf/) is a job site designed to get us back to what made American businesses successful: free speech, hard work, and having fun. If you are a free speech employer who wants to hire employees who focus on their work and not identity politics, then post a job on RedBalloon. If you are an employee who is being censored at work or is being forced to comply with the current zeitgeist, post your resume on RedBalloon and look for a new job. www.redballoon.work/flf/, the job site where free speech is still alive! www.redballoon.work/flf/ Government school Fifth-graders in New Jersey could be taught that puberty blockers are an acceptable way to 'manage' adolescence and masturbating 'a few times a day' is a healthy way to relieve stress. The new sample lesson plans, some of which are accompanied by animated videos, are part of a broader, K-12 health and sex education curriculum adopted by the New Jersey Board of Education. The plans, which were first reported by Fox News, are now being reviewed by individual school districts in the state. In one proposed lesson plan aimed at fifth graders entitled 'It's All about the Hormones,' students are instructed to watch a video containing animation called 'Puberty and Transgender Youth.' I’ve attached a lkuink to the video in the notes which are only available if you have the app… 'Whether you identify as male, female, gender queer or something else, you're perfectly normal, and there are lots of ways to manage puberty so that it can be a fun, exciting time rather than a scary or stressful one,' the video states. This is pure queer theory. Democratic New Jersey Gov. Murphy told Fox News on Monday that while he believes parents should have a say in the education of their children, 'some are using this as an opportunity to score political points and to further divide us – us vs. them – and I say that on behalf of the LGBTQIA+ communities.' He also pointed out that such standards on gender identity were voted on two years ago by the state's board of education. The governor said that he was open to hearing from people that believe the standards 'need to be adjusted or altered.' You're not imagining it. Everything is getting more expensive. Rising costs on products from Oreos to PlayStation5 consoles can be linked back to the supply chain crisis, container port bottlenecks and global shortages on labor and computer chips. Bureau of Labor Statistics data shows prices have risen 7.5% over the past 12 months. This is the fasted prices have increased in the past 40 years. Many of your favorite products have been hit by rising inflation, including toilet paper, streaming-service subscriptions, snack foods, groceries, kitchen gadgets and more. Keep reading to see what products are going to cost you more this year -- and how to spend less when it comes time to buy them. Procter & Gamble announced to investors that it has plans to increase prices by the end of February 2022. The company owns the laundry-care brands Tide, Downy and Gain, plus Bounty paper towels, Charmin toilet paper, and several feminine-care brands including Always, Tampax and L. P&G executives have said the company's price increases are to offset higher costs, including labor, transportation of goods and the rising cost of raw materials such as fuel, resin and pulp. Mondelez International, owner of Oreo, Ritz, Cadbury and Sour Patch Kids, announced a 7% price increase by January. Kraft Heinz, owner of Oscar Mayer and maker of Heinz ketchup and Kraft macaroni and cheese, announced that some product prices would increase by 20%. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics recorded that grocery-store prices increased by 6.5% over the course of 2021. The bureau found that the cost of meats, poultry, fish and eggs increased the most, rising 12.5% over the year. As of Jan. 25, 2022, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that prices will continue to rise. Amazon will charge sellers a 5% fuel and inflation surcharge on fulfillment fees starting April 28th so expect everything you purchase from Amazon to go up in price as well. According to WHO, every year in the world there are an estimated 40-50 million abortions. This corresponds to approximately 125,000 abortions per day. In the USA, where nearly half of pregnancies are unintended and four in 10 of these are terminated by abortion [1] , there are over 3,000 abortions per day. Twenty-two percent of all pregnancies in the USA (excluding miscarriages) end in abortion. Abortions worldwide this year: 11,985,629 Lies, Propaganda, Story Telling, and the Serrated Edge DNB: This year our national conference is in Knoxville, TN October 6th-8th. The theme of this year’s conference is Lies, Propaganda, Storytelling and the Serrated Edge. Satan is the father of lies, and the mother of those lies is a government who has rejected God. We have especially been lied to these last two years, and the COVIDpanic has been one of the central mechanisms that our government has used to lie to us and to grab more power. Because Christians have not been reading their bibles, we are susceptible to lies and weak in our ability to fight these lies. God has given us His word to fight Satan and his lies, and we need to recover all of God’s word, its serrated edge and all. Mark your calendars for October 6th-8th, as we fight, laugh and feast with fellowship, beer and Psalms, our amazing lineup of speakers, hanging with our awesome vendors, meeting new friends, and more. Early bird tickets will be available starting in the middle of March.