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Best podcasts about Cartier

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HODINKEE Radio
Inside Our Dream Watch Designs

HODINKEE Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 49:38


James is joined by Nora, Cole, and Danny to chat over the edit team's recent attempt at being watch designers. From solid gold Explorers to funky Cartier and glowing Lange, this is the inside conversation about the watches we wish existed. --Notes: 1:30 We Asked Our Editors To Tell Us About Their Ideal Watch 3:28 Lange 1815 "Homage to Walter Lange"  9:10 Bulgari Octo Finissimo 12:25 Cartier Panthere Gold Cuff  15:30 Tag Heuer x Fragment Design Chronograph LE 18:24 Tudor Pelagos  24:58 Grand Seiko chronographs  25.25 Seiko 5718 chrono 27:45 James' EXP II with a cheap “jubilee” 30:01 Cartier Tank a Guichets 32:50 Seiko Presage SRQ023  chronograph 34:18 Nomos Minimatik line  39:20 Yachtmaster bezel  41:20 Cole's GS dive watch story 42:15 Grand Seiko SBGH28

NotBasicBlonde Podcast
How To Rediscover Yourself - "My Beautiful Struggle" - Meet Jordan Bone

NotBasicBlonde Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 44:46


In this episode, my guest Jordan Bone is sharing her story, and how to rediscover yourself. Talking Points: How did you overcome your grief How do hard and terrible things that happen to us make us more resilient? How do you help people with chronic diseases or disabilities rediscover themselves? What to do if we still feel overwhelmed even after we try to remain upbeat? How can we start loving ourselves more; how to enhance self-love How can disabled women make themselves heard and seen in society? What's the one message you want to share with women  Guest Jordan Bone jbone89 is a quadriplegic following a car accident in 2005. She became depressed soon after but one day discovered guided meditations on YouTube which changed her life once again. She then decided to create her own motivational videos which then led to creating makeup videos. Aside from this she has spoken at schools and numerous events. One of her videos 'My Beautiful Struggle' went viral which then allowed her to work with brands such as L'oreal, Mark Hill, Urban Decay and more. Her debut book, an autobiography also titled My Beautiful Struggle was released in 2017. As time went by Jordan began to focus more on her motivational content on YouTube & Instagram and has since become a life coach helping people worldwide. Host Olyasha Novozhylova - NotBasicBlonde @notbasicblonde_ NotBasicBlonde Podcast - @nbbpodcast Olyasha Novozhylova is the founder and creator of Not Basic Blonde, a fashion, and lifestyle blog dedicated to inspiring young women to create an extraordinary style. Graduated from Georgia State University with a BBA in Managerial Sciences, Olyasha successfully built a career in IT/Project Management, before she became a full time blogger. A model, blogger, entrepreneur, author, and celebrity podcast host of NotBasicBlonde Podcast.  As the founder and host of NotBasicBlonde Podcast, where no topic is off limits, Olyasha provides millennials an ultimate guide on entrepreneurship, dating, marketing, self-development, astrology, spirituality, fashion, coaching, beauty, health & wellness. Author of the children's book  Cutie the Unicorn – It's ok to be different, Olyasha teaches our younger generation how to express their individuality. The Russian model led an impressive 15-year career in fashion and runway in Atlanta and overseas, as well as enjoying several acting roles. Now a leading influencer, Olyasha shares her beauty, wellness, and fashion tips with an audience of over 1.5M  As seen in YahooFinance, Jezebel magazine, Thrive, Medium, and Fashion Week Online magazines. Olyasha has also partnered with brands such as Cartier, Revolve, PrettyLittleThing, PGA, Steve Madden, Too Faced, Vital Proteins, Tarte, DryBar, Drunk Elephant, etc.  When she's not documenting her travels through the world, Olyasha is busy masterfully educating women how to create iconic looks with a mix of affordable and designer pieces, as well as offering makeup, skincare, and fitness tips to encourage her followers to live their best and most beautiful lives!

Just Go Grind with Justin Gordon
#314: Vivian Chen, Founder and CEO of Rise, on Building the Next Generation Professional Social Network by Crafting Authentic Connections

Just Go Grind with Justin Gordon

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 27:48


Vivian is the Founder and CEO of Rise (joinrise.co), a professional social network that enables companies to proactively build relationships with people. Rise connects members with the world's most innovative and forward-thinking companies across roles and industries. They are a data-driven tech platform that provides access to impactful opportunities to those who want purpose, advancement, and equity. Prior to starting Rise, Vivian was an operator who built brands and products for high-impact businesses, Fortune 500 companies, high-growth startups, as well as leading VCs, PE firms, and global institutions. She has advised and worked with companies such as L'Oreal, Greenhouse Software, Glamsquad, Klarna, Bain Capital, the AARP, and more. Vivian has been featured in Business Insider, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, Bustle, and other media outlets for her work in championing women. Her work has been recognized by Forbes as a Next 1000 company, Cartier as a Top 10 Female Founded Company in North America, JP Morgan as a Woman on the Move, and Barclays as a leader for the Future of Work. Vivian is on the board of Wharton Alumnae Founders & Funders Association (hellowaffa.org), a 501c3 non-profit organization with the mission to accelerate the success of Penn Wharton female founders and investors. Topics Covered by Vivian Chen in this Episode What Rise is and the belief system it's built on Combating “the great resignation” Rise's origin story Leaving her job to become an entrepreneur before she had a business idea Using consulting as a strategy to leapfrog her career How COVID affected Rise and its iterations, resulting in an early pivot and “Rise 2.0” The UX and business model for Rise The strategy to onboard companies to the Rise platform How Vivian built out the product herself How she has approached early outreach and growth Embracing “the great re-hiring” and onboarding big tech companies How they're differentiating themselves in the now booming virtual recruitment industry The recent fundraising experience for Rise Joining the founder program Day One and how that led to the first investments in Rise before Vivian had a formal pitch deck The unique questions she was asked by investors who truly believed in her The importance of investors getting to know founders on a personal level What's next for Rise   Listen to all episodes of the Just Go Grind Podcast: https://www.justgogrind.com Follow Justin Gordon on Twitter: https://twitter.com/justingordon212

Women Entrepreneurs Radio
"Creativity & Collaboration: Launching Model Moms" with Eugenia Kuzmina & Rochelle Brodin

Women Entrepreneurs Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 34:11


Eugenia Kuzmina and Rochelle Brodin recently had their book launch for the book Model Moms and have another coffee table book series of Tarot Cards coming out next year!   Eugenia Kuzmina is a Russian-American actress, comedian, and model. She started modeling at 13 in her native Russia, working for such companies as L'oreal, Max Mara, M&Ms, Nike, etc appearing in brands campaigns and commercials as well as local magazine covers. At 15 Eugenia won a prestigious contract with Nathalie Models (currently Women Model Management) and moved to Paris to model full time. Her modeling career took off when she appeared on the cover of Glamour, and walked the runway for multiple designers including Yves Saint Laurent, Alexander McQueen, Thierry Mugler, Victor and Rolf, Guy Laroche, Kenzo, Comme Des Garcons, among many others. She has been featured in advertisements for Armani Jeans, Dior sunglasses, GAP, Arden B, Express, Kenzi, Replay Jeans, Sephora, and L'Oreal, etc… She has been been featured in magazines, such as Elle, Harper's Bazaar, Marie Claire, Japanese and Russian Vogue, GQ, Self, Shape, As well as catalogs for Hermès and Cartier. https://www.eugenia-kuzmina.com/   Rochelle Brodin is a former model herself, with a career that spanned over fifteen years and took her around the world. Modeling in Fashion week, NY, LA and Miami Swim. She has walked for John Galliano, Roberto Cavali, & hundreds more. Additionally, Rochelle has modeled with Heidi Klum for her brand, posed in a Danskin Campaign with Camilla Alves-McConaughey and campaign for Ponds Asia. Commercially she has posed for brands like Pepsi, Honda, Bud Light, Macy's, BMW, Macy's and many more. After having her son, Benji, she fell in love with taking pictures and her passion turned into a profession after studying in London and the U.S. to learn the art and basics of photography. Everything else is self-taught and being on set & shooting behind-the-scenes for of photographers like: David Slijper, Ben Watts, & Tony Duran, Erik Asla. Photography, directing, and digital creation are her passion and with over twenty years on both sides of the camera, your photo session will be an immersive course in being photogenic. The life-long skills you learn make you “camera ready” even in impromptu moments. You can find many of Rochelle's images and press articles online. Her syndication agency is Getty Images and celebrity division: Contour. https://www.rochellebrodin.com/ Model Moms is available online at https://herstorycircle.com/product/model-mom-by-eugenia-kuzmina/

Progress, Potential, and Possibilities
Iris Van der Veken - Responsible Jewellery Council - Executive Director & Board Member

Progress, Potential, and Possibilities

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 40:46


Iris Van der Veken is Executive Director and Board Member of the Responsible Jewellery Council (https://www.responsiblejewellery.com), the world's leading standard setting organization for the jewellery industry, promoting standards that underpin people's trust in the worldwide jewellery. Responsible Jewellery Council was founded in 2005 by 14 member organizations including: ABN AMRO, BHP Billiton Diamonds, Cartier, World Jewellery Confederation, Diamond Trading Company (part of De Beers), Diarough, Jewelers of America, National Association of Goldsmiths (UK), Newmont Mining, Rio Tinto, Rosy Blue, Signet Group, Tiffany & Co., and Zale Corporation. With a University of Antwerp Bachelor of Law, Iris is a coalition-builder with over 20 years global experience of working in technology, diamonds and jewelry, fashion and government. Iris was actively involved in the development of the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC) Code of Practices, and managed the first global RJC pilot audit in partnership with SGS - the world's leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company. Iris is also a board member of Diamonds Do Good (https://www.diamondsdogood.com), a global nonprofit organization whose mission is supporting programs that develop and empower people in natural diamond communities and sharing these stories of positive impact. Iris established and chaired the Network of the United Nations Global Compact Belgium in partnership with the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation, chaired the consultative and advisory body to the Office of the Children's Rights Commissioner in Flanders, and was honored by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and European Affairs of Belgium for initiating the Global Compact and for her work on promoting corporate social responsibility with a focus on human rights including children's rights and the role of business.

Onward to Victory: A Notre Dame Football Podcast
Fifty-Six: The Origin of Cartier Field - 'The First Home of the Irish'

Onward to Victory: A Notre Dame Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 36:43


In an episode host Alex Painter calls a 'palate cleanser' after a disappointing Fiesta Bowl, pull up a locker room stool and learn about Cartier Field - which served as the home field of the Irish from 1899-1928.  The origins of the facility are fascinating - and tell the story of the state of Irish athletics at the time. Discover how the field has ties back to the very first Notre Dame football team, and how the Irish were nearly unbeatable at home.  Enjoy!  

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store
How To Better Leverage Affiliate Marketing for Ecommerce Brands in 2022 with Tye DeGrange

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 35:41


Tye DeGrange joins the Wavebreak Podcast to break down what every ecommerce brand needs to know to drive better results from affiliate marketing.In this episode you'll learn:The current state of affiliate marketing in 2022: everything you need to know to run a successful affiliate program.How you can better leverage affiliate marketing as a channel, and why it's important to know what's changed since 2020/2021.Upcoming changes to the affiliate landscape you can expect (and start preparing for) in 2022.Tye DeGrange is Founder of Round Barn Labs, a team of growth marketing agency experts.Join Our Private Email ListOur industry-leading DTC newsletter is trusted by ecommerce and marketing leaders at top brands like Goop, Skims, Cartier, Walmart, and thousands more.Click here to sign up ->Links MentionedRound Barn LabsLearn more about Wavebreak: the email & CRM agency for high-growth DTC brandsSponsored by KlaviyoKlaviyo — Over 265,000 innovative brands are growing their businesses by listening and understanding to cues from their customers--easily turning that information into valuable marketing messages used to build highly segmented, automated email & SMS campaigns, such as win back campaigns or abandoned cart recovery and more.Okendo — The new standard in customer reviews for high-growth Shopify brands. Okendo is helping over 4,000 of the fastest-growing Shopify retailers such as Kim Kardashian's underwear label- SKIMS, Nomad, and Buck Mason to leverage their most powerful asset; their customers. They offer super affordable monthly subscriptions starting at $29. Visit Okendo.io to learn more.

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store
Growing D2C Channels and Thriving on Amazon with Hector Gutierrez

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 42:55


Hector Gutierrez joins the Wavebreak Podcast to talk about growing direct-to-consumer channels, climbing the Amazon rankings, and benefiting from brand partnerships.In this episode you'll learn:The surprising start JOI had in becoming the product it is today.The 80/20 tactic JOI employs to boost AOV with minimal effort.The steps JOI takes to compete and differentiate on the Amazon marketplace.Hector Gutierrez is CEO at JOI, a company creating plant milk concentrates made from single, whole ingredients, with zero preservatives or added sugar.Join Our Private Email ListOur industry-leading DTC newsletter is trusted by ecommerce and marketing leaders at top brands like Goop, Skims, Cartier, Walmart, and thousands more.Click here to sign up ->Links MentionedJoiLearn more about Wavebreak: the email & CRM agency for high-growth DTC brandsSponsored by KlaviyoKlaviyo — Over 265,000 innovative brands are growing their businesses by listening and understanding to cues from their customers--easily turning that information into valuable marketing messages used to build highly segmented, automated email & SMS campaigns, such as win back campaigns or abandoned cart recovery and more.Okendo — The new standard in customer reviews for high-growth Shopify brands. Okendo is helping over 4,000 of the fastest-growing Shopify retailers such as Kim Kardashian's underwear label- SKIMS, Nomad, and Buck Mason to leverage their most powerful asset; their customers. They offer super affordable monthly subscriptions starting at $29. Visit Okendo.io to learn more.

Mornings with Gail - 1310 KFKA
December 23rd: Lou Cartier HR 3

Mornings with Gail - 1310 KFKA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 34:19


Adjunct professor at Aims Community College, Lou Cartier on emotional intelligence.

Raise the Vibe with Liz Podcast
Psychic Aimee Cartier, Navigating the Holidays as an Empath

Raise the Vibe with Liz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 55:29


Aimée is a psychic guide, intuition and empath teacher who specializes in helping her clients and students align with their own highest good and discover their best steps in life.  She is known for her clear and accurate insight and her compassionate and practical guidance.  Her clients and students most often report feeling uplifted, empowered, or just “better” after a session with her.She is the author of the books Getting Answers: Using Your Intuition to Discover your Best Life and the ebook From Heartbreak to Wholeness: 12 Steps to Healing from Break-Up. She also writes essays, comedy, articles, and a blog. Find her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.http://www.aimeecartier.com/home.htmlMore about Liz-Work- https://www.lizshealingtouch.com/Radio Show- https://www.voiceofvashon.org/raise-the-vibePodcast- https://www.buzzsprout.com/958816Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/raisethevibewithlizInstagram- https://www.instagram.com/raisethevibewithliz/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=43081730)

Jewelry Journey Podcast
Episode 142 Part 1: The Language of Jewelry: How the Editor in Chief of JCK Finds Inspiration with Editor in Chief JCK, Victoria Gomelsky.

Jewelry Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 24:30


What you'll learn in this episode: The history of JCK and the JCK Show How Victoria identifies trends to highlight in JCK Why the line between women's jewelry and men's jewelry has blurred, especially among younger consumers How travel influences jewelry design The most exciting new designers Victoria has her eye on About Victoria Gomelsky Victoria Gomelsky is editor-in-chief of JCK, a New York City-based jewelry trade publication founded in 1869. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Robb Report, AFAR, WSJ Magazine, the Hollywood Reporter, Escape, The Sun and Waking Up American: Coming of Age Biculturally, an anthology published by Seal Press. She graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from UCLA with a BA in political science in 1995 and earned her MFA in nonfiction writing from Columbia University in 2002. She specializes in jewelry and watch writing but her greatest love has always been travel — 60 countries and counting. Victoria was born in St. Petersburg, Russia and emigrated to the United States in 1978 with her parents and twin sister, Julia. She divides her time between New York City and Los Angeles. Additional Resources:  Victoria's Website Victoria's Instagram Photos: Victoria Gomelsky watches: Transcript: Victoria Gomelsky, editor in chief of esteemed jewelry trade publication JCK, was bitten by the travel bug during her first-ever trip—when she and her family immigrated to the U.S. from the Soviet Union in the late 1970s. Since then, she's visited more than 60 countries, often traveling to visit jewelry shows and report on jewelry trends. She joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about how her career in jewelry started with a mysterious online job posting; why Gen Z is changing the way we categorize jewelry; and where to find her favorite jewelry destinations. Read the episode transcript here.   Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. This is a two-part Jewelry Journey Podcast. Keep your eyes open for part two, which we'll be posting later this week. Today, our guest is Victoria Gomelsky, editor-in-chief of the well-known industry publication JCK. Victoria is an accomplished writer. She's written about jewelry for the New York Times as well as an extensive list of respected publications. She also covers another of her passions, which is travel. She's had a quite a jewelry journey, as she was born in Russia and has been to more than 60 countries and counting. We'll hear all about her jewelry journey today. Victoria, welcome to the program.   Victoria: Hi, Sharon. It's so great to be here. Thank you so much.   Sharon: I will go into my normal questions, but my first question is—and it seems like a silly one—but you speak Russian, then?   Victoria: I do. It's actually not that silly. I came here when I was five with a twin sister. We arrived at JFK in December of 1978, pretty much the height of the Cold War. So, my sister and I really did not want to be Russian, as we were five, six years old. We didn't want to be different from our classmates. So, we started speaking quite quickly in English, and that's how my language developed.    I could understand Russian, but in terms of speech, I am not a great speaker. Those are really two different centers in the brain, as I realized. I can be a very good tourist. I can go to St. Petersburg or Moscow, ask for directions, order food at a restaurant, but if you want to have a deep conversation with me about business or anything that requires an extensive vocabulary, it's not going to be me. But I can understand pretty well.   Sharon: It always fascinates me. Did you speak any English when you came here?   Victoria: No, but having a twin sister and being five, you're a little bit of a sponge. I've read that before age seven, if you pick up another language before that age, that's more or less the cutoff. You can learn to speak quite fluently very quickly, and we did. We didn't know any words. We stopped in Vienna on the way out of the Soviet Union, and then we lived outside of Rome for a few months, so I probably picked up some Italian then, too, come to think of it, not that it stuck. But when we got to the States, it all happened very quickly. I really don't remember learning English. It was almost as if I picked it up by osmosis.   Sharon: Wow! It's a great way to learn, in terms of thinking about how it is to learn a language. Your English has solidified in a sense.    Victoria: Exactly.   Sharon: Were you artistic then? Were you already artistic? Do you consider yourself an artistic person?   Victoria: It's a good question. I don't know. I consider myself creative. My sister—again, I have a twin sister; she's really the artist of the family. She's much more visual. She's a graphic designer, an artist. She creates collages and all kinds of things with her hands. I'm not dexterous at all, so my creativity is on the page, what I write and how I see the world. So, I don't consider myself an artist, but I do consider myself a creative.   Sharon: Does she call you up sometimes and say, “What were you thinking about that layout on the page?”   Victoria: Oh yeah, she's super-critical. Trust me, I do not design or do anything around the home that doesn't get her buy-in, because if I don't get her buy-in on it, she'll come over and say, “Oh my God, I can't believe you put that on the wall.” She'll never let me hear the end of it. So, I make sure to get her buy-in on any artistic or design-oriented decision I have to make.   Sharon: She must be a great resource for you in terms of what you do. Did you come to jewelry through writing, or did you have a love of jewelry? How did that work?   Victoria: I came through writing. It was all quite random. I'll share the story because it's really my story; it's my original tale, I guess you would say.   Sharon: It's a journey.   Victoria: My journey. This was the beginning. I was in living in L.A. I was 25. I really wanted to move to New York, and I was too scared to move without a job or without knowing anybody. I really wanted to continue my writing career. I had been a journalist. Even though I majored in poli-sci at UCLA, I had always worked for the Daily Bruin. I had done internships at various news organizations, some of them in the television field; some of them were written publications.    I applied to one MFA program in total, and that was the Columbia University Master of Fine Arts program in their non-fiction writing department, specifically. That's the only school I applied to, because I wanted to move to New York and I wanted to continue writing, and that felt, to me, like the only possible way for me to do that.   I moved to New York in August of 1998, did two years of this Master of Fine Arts program, and then didn't want to leave. I was still working on my thesis and finishing my degree when I started applying for jobs that were in the writing field. Mind you, this was 2000, so it was the very first wave of web jobs. It was Web 1.0. I didn't realize it yet, but it was on the verge of crashing. That crash we had in 2001 was coming, but I didn't see it then. There were a lot of jobs; a lot more jobs than people to fill them.    I happened to go on Monster.com. I'm not sure if it's around anymore. It was a job search site. I had a profile on the site, and I happened to come upon a posting that said, “Luxury goods website seeks writer/editor with two to three years' experience. Click here to forward your profile to this employer.” I had no idea what that meant. It was very vague. At the time, you faxed people your résumé. I guess you could email, but a lot of times it was still faxed. There was just no information at all. It was literally a button. I clicked it and thought, “O.K.” and I forgot about it promptly.   A few days later, I heard from a woman named Lisa at a company called Gemkey.com. I had no idea what that was, but it turns out Gemkey was a startup in the jewelry space. It was meant to be a website where retailers would go on and source their inventory online, which was laughable because 20 years later, that's still something that most retailers don't do. It was way, way, way ahead of its time. It was founded by Fred Mouawad, whose father is Robert Mouawad. Robert Mouawad is a Lebanese businessman who donated a ton of money to GIA. His name graces their campus in Carlsbad. GIA being the Gemological Institute of America.   Sharon: That's why it sounded familiar. I was going, “Where do I know that from?”    Victoria: Yeah. Anyway, Fred was the son. He was an entrepreneur. He was based in Bangkok, and he had this website that had an office in New York. They were looking for some editors to fill out the news section of their site. I was hired as their pearl and watch editor, and I had no idea about either category. I didn't even know pearls were cultured. I really had no language to describe them. I knew what a watch was, but I knew nothing. I could have named Rolex, Cartier maybe, and maybe Timex.    I had been backpacking around the world in the late 90s prior to going to grad school, so I was living very scrappily and was quite frugal. I was in my early 20s, not really in the jewelry scene. One of my first trips was to a pearl farm in Australia to see the Paspaley farm located off the coast of Northern Australia. On the way there, I stopped in Bangkok to visit Fred Mouawad's main headquarters and meet some of my colleagues. On the way out, I stopped in Hong Kong to go to the pearl auctions, and I was hooked. It was a wonderful introduction to the world of jewelry, quite literally the world of jewelry. I had loved travel until then, and here was a way to combine my love of it with a way to explore this new category, this new universe. So, I came to jewelry through writing and then through travel.   Sharon: That must have been so exciting, to be writing about something you found you loved as opposed to—I don't know. I'm trying to think of some of the things I've had to market over the years where it's like, “You've got to be kidding me.”   Victoria: Yes, I think that was one of the things I learned quite early. My job with Gemkey didn't last long because it got bombed not that long after. I think I was employed with them for eight months or so, and then I got laid off because the company was losing money. I ended up getting hired almost right away by National Jeweler, which at the time was close to a hundred-year-old publication. It's still around, not in print form, but it's around in digital form. It was founded, I believe, in 1906. It's really an industry trade like JCK, one of the stalwarts of the business.    I got hired as their gemstone editor. I got to National Jeweler, and I realized the company—National Jeweler at the time was owned by a bigger corporation that owned lots of different publications, everything from the Hollywood Reporter to Billboard Magazine to a publication called Frozen Food News. I realized there are so many different niches in the world, and as a writer, I was grateful I didn't slip into the frozen food world, but the music world is great. If you enter music via Billboard, what a great way to learn about music.   I happened to enter through the trade of jewelry, and that was a wonderful way to get down into the trenches of an industry that is quite esoteric, quite hard to penetrate, and it still is. All these years later, there's still so much to learn about jewelry, but starting out through a trade was the key. When you're a trade reporter, you get to talk to dealers; you go to tradeshows; you learn from a very ground-up level, as opposed to being an editor of Vogue, where you don't get to see the real world. You spend your time in the limelight. You get to see all kinds of topical designers, but you don't always get the nitty-gritty details, that insight into the supply chain and insight into how a gemstone might emerge from the ground and the steps it takes to become a beautiful jewel. That all came through the trade, so I was very grateful to have that experience and the years and years I spent going to the Tucson shows to research the world of gems, to Basle to speak to high-end jewelers in Europe. There were all kinds of events. I have had a very unique perspective on this trade and the world at large through the lens of jewelry.   Sharon: Do you find that writing about jewelry has its own language, in a sense? It's like writing about sports. I couldn't write about sports.   Victoria: Very much so. The lingo takes a long time to understand. People think of jewelry as a very superficial subject. I think people who don't know about jewelry will perhaps think, “Well, it's just a bauble. It's just something you put on to sparkle, to add a little or to show off your status, whatever it is.” But there are so many layers to jewelry, and the way you talk about it gets ever more complicated the more you know.    There's a whole language around diamonds and gemstones and the ways you describe color, not to mention all the ways you talk about the fabrication of jewelry. That's always eluded me a bit. I've been to factories, and I've been to places where jewelry is made, and that still feels like a topic that's difficult for me to access because I don't have a brain to understand mechanics or engineering. When people are sitting there at the bench trying to tell me the steps of the process, I always get a bit lost. It does feel like a very complicated venture, but I have been fortunate enough to see a lot of that.   Sharon: No, I can understand. I was at some design show, and there was a jeweler talking about how much of jewelry is engineering. He was talking about getting the piece to balance, but it's also when you're talking about extrusions when a piece of jewelry is being manufactured.    So, you went into nonfiction. Was that something where you said, “I'm not a fiction writer”?   Victoria: Yeah, pretty much. I love fiction and I love poetry, but it never felt like a natural pursuit for me. I was always interested in telling stories, and the stories that really compelled me or held my attention were always nonfiction. I think we all know that truth is stranger than fiction. We've all had the epiphany many times throughout lives, I'm sure, where we realized that the stories in front of us are as compelling as anything made up.    My entrée into that world was initially through The Daily Bruin, which was a huge college newspaper at UCLA. I learned the basics of being a reporter and a journalist and hunting down sources and doing interviews, but at the same time I didn't love the grind of a daily journalism beat. It was good training, but when I applied to Columbia, I specifically did not apply to the journalism school. I applied to the arts program, to the Master of Fine Arts program, and I was drawn to the writings of, say, a Joan Didion or a Tom Wolfe or polemicists or memoirists—a lot of fiction authors who write beautifully in nonfiction or have beautiful examples of nonfiction in their repertoires. I was drawn to the kind of writing that was true, that was honest, but that still held all the same elements of a good fiction tale. It had characters, dialogue, a plot.    I probably don't do as much of that kind of writing as I hoped I would, or as much as I wish I could, because I'm making a living. I write journalism; I write stories, but in all the stories I write, I really try to spend a lot of time with the people who are my sources and get their stories. I really try to convey a sense of story, even if it's a short piece that's running in a newspaper. I do as best as I can in that limited word space with a storyline.   Sharon: Tell us about your job as editor. Are you pulling together all the departments, like you see on TV editorial meetings?   Victoria: It's a little bittersweet, because JCK—for those of you who aren't familiar, I'll tell you a little bit about what that stands for, because it's a mouthful. JCK goes back to 1869. It wasn't always JCK, which, by the way, stands for Jewelers' Circular Keystone. Jewelers' Circular was a publication in the 30s that merged with another jewelry publication called Keystone. From then on, they were called Jewelers' Circular Keystone, until the 70s when they shortened it to JCK. So, that's what those three initials stand for, but initially, it goes back to 1869 in Maiden Lane, New York, where the fledging jewelry district was growing up. There were watchmakers and jewelers who needed a publication to help them source their materials, help them sell. Various publications formed around them, and they eventually merged and aligned. What we know as JCK today really comes out of Maiden Lane in the 1870s. It's pretty stunning to think about.    I joined the magazine in 2010. I had moved back to Los Angeles after nearly a dozen years in New York because I was ready to move. I moved back in late 2009. I had lost my job with National Jeweler after the financial crisis, and that was fine. I had been there for eight years or so, so it was time to move back to California where I grew up. About six months after I landed back in L.A., I ended up getting asked by a friend of mine who was the publisher of JCK if I'd be willing to take a temporary job with JCK as their editor. They were looking for a new editor. They were looking for somebody in New York, but they needed somebody to get them over the hump of a few issues. I thought, “Great, this is a perfect bridge job as I find my footing back in L.A.”    Well, as it turns out, it was not that hard to manage a publication from L.A. because I knew the industry. I had my contacts. I even knew my colleagues because I had worked with them. They were editors at JCK, but I had met them many years ago, as I was one of their cohorts in the jewelry media space. So, I knew the people I was working with. After six months or so, everybody thought, “Hey, this is actually going pretty well,” so they brought me on full time. Luckily, I had an apartment in Brooklyn Heights that I had sublet out and hadn't gotten rid of, so I was able to come back to New York once a month for about a week. For about six years, I was truly bicoastal, from 2010 to about 2016.   In that time, JCK continued to be—its tagline is “the industry authority.” It's been reporting on this business for so long, and it was exciting. At first, we started out with 10 print issues a year. We had contributors; we had staff writers; we had a whole publishing team. Slowly over the years, that print frequency has shrunk. It became seven issues a year. Then it shrunk down to four print issues a year; mind you, with a robust website and a very strong daily news presence online, but print has always continued to shrink in this environment. As of this year, we went down to one print issue a year. That harried newsroom where people are running around and there are photoshoots happening, that did happen and still does happen, but just not to the frequency and level that you might imagine of a busy magazine publishing schedule.    The good thing is that we're published by a company called Advanced Local that is based at One World Trade Center in New York. Of course, nobody's been in the office for a good long while now, but when we are in the office, it's the same parent company, Condé Nast, so we use the same studios to do our photography. We rely on the same talent in terms of photographers and stylists that Vogue and GQ do. So, we have a really good team of people. They're not directly staffed. They're not members of the JCK staff, but they are people that are available to us.    We have a wonderful creative director, again, somebody who's a freelancer, but works with top magazines, a wonderful photo editor. When we do get back to being in the office, I'll certainly fly out to New York and partake, or at least be a witness to the photoshoots we do for our covers and our jewelry still lifes. But the hectic, frenzied nature of that has certainly calmed down. We do have, like I said, a robust online presence. We have a well-known news director named Rob Bates. He's covered the world of diamonds and jewelry news for 23 years, coming on 30, I think. We're staffed by some of the best in the business, but it definitely is a small, very scrappy operation.    Sharon: So, during Covid, you've been doing this through Zoom, I take it.   Victoria: Yeah, everything is through Zoom. We managed to get a bunch of photoshoots in right at the very beginning of March of 2020 that luckily saved us in terms of what we could produce through 2020. Then we did a photoshoot in May. There was that lull where things were looking pretty promising before the Delta variant, so we were able to do a photoshoot then. Like I said, now we're looking to 2022.    We have a big issue coming out. It always comes out on the eve of the JCK Show. The JCK Show is the big Las Vegas tradeshow. It shares our name. I don't want to get too complicated with this, but the show was founded in 1992 as a spinoff from the magazine. The magazine existed for all these decades, and the team involved thought, “Hey, isn't it time we use our clout in the industry to form a tradeshow?” And so they began this tradeshow in Las Vegas that then grew to be such a big presence in such an important industry meeting place that the tradeshow ended up being bought by different exhibition companies, and it eventually landed with Reed Exhibitions, which is a big company headquartered in the U.K. with U.S. headquarters in Connecticut. They run a lot of tradeshows and exhibitions, and they ended up buying the magazine and then hiring a different company to publish it. That may be more than your listeners want to hear. It's kind of complicated, but the point is we are related to JCK, this big tradeshow, but we're also an independent editorial voice, so we aren't bound to only write about JCK.   Sharon: That's interesting. What about Couture, which is part of the JCK Show, isn't it?   Victoria: It's a separate company. In fact, National Jeweler, when I worked there, was owned by the company that—it's gone through many iterations. The company that runs Couture is called Emerald Exhibitions, and they're headquartered in New York. That was the company that owned National Jeweler at some point. There's a lot of overlapping relationships in this world. Couture and JCK are separate companies, separate entities, but they happen at the same time in Las Vegas to make it easy for members of the jewelry industry to shop the shows.    There are different points of view. Couture is very much focused on couture-level, high-end designer jewelry. JCK has that, but it also has everything else you might imagine, everything from packing to loose diamonds, loose gemstones, dealers from Hong Kong, Turkey, China when the Chinese are able to visit. JCK is much more a mass marketplace for the entire industry, and Couture is much more focused on high-end design. They're complementary and I love going to both. 

NotBasicBlonde Podcast
American Snippets - Other Tips That Tragedy Taught Her - Supporting Great Causes - Meet Barbara Allen

NotBasicBlonde Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 32:57


In this episode my guest, Barb Allen is sharing how her tragedy became her triumph. Talking Points: What inspired you to start American Snippets Please tell us more about the event, The Great American Summit! Tell us about your first book, Front Towards Enemy; what inspired you to write it? If you feel trapped under the weight of pain, grief, trauma, and hopelessness, how to let it go? If you could only advise people one thing in your whole life, what would that be? Guest Barbara Allen @americansnippets is co-founder of the patriotic company, American Snippets. Her work centers on strengthening the country she loves by helping patriotic Americans connect, collaborate, and conquer challenges together. She is co-host of the popular American Snippets podcast, as well as a powerful speaker, personal mentor, and best-selling author.  Barb's path began in 2005 when her husband, Lt Louis Allen, was killed in Iraq. Lou and the commanding officer were murdered by a fellow soldier. That soldier was ultimately acquitted after a lengthy judicial process, in spite of his submission of a guilty plea.  Her personal and professional tragedies and triumphs introduced Barb to mentors that guided her through her challenges. She passed that insight on to hundreds of veterans she counseled as a Veterans Services Officer, and shares it with her audiences and people she professionally mentors today. Host Olyasha Novozhylova - NotBasicBlonde @notbasicblonde_ NotBasicBlonde Podcast - @nbbpodcast Olyasha Novozhylova is the founder and creator of Not Basic Blonde, a fashion, and lifestyle blog dedicated to inspiring young women to create an extraordinary style. Graduated from Georgia State University with a BBA in Managerial Sciences, Olyasha successfully built a career in IT/Project Management, before she became a full time blogger. A model, blogger, entrepreneur, author, and celebrity podcast host of NotBasicBlonde Podcast.  As the founder and host of NotBasicBlonde Podcast, where no topic is off limits, Olyasha provides millennials an ultimate guide on entrepreneurship, dating, marketing, self-development, astrology, spirituality, fashion, coaching, beauty, health & wellness. Author of the children's book  Cutie the Unicorn – It's ok to be different, Olyasha teaches our younger generation how to express their individuality. The Russian model led an impressive 15-year career in fashion and runway in Atlanta and overseas, as well as enjoying several acting roles. Now a leading influencer, Olyasha shares her beauty, wellness, and fashion tips with an audience of over 1.5M  As seen in YahooFinance, Jezebel magazine, Thrive, Medium, and Fashion Week Online magazines. Olyasha has also partnered with brands such as Cartier, Revolve, PrettyLittleThing, PGA, Steve Madden, Too Faced, Vital Proteins, Tarte, DryBar, Drunk Elephant, etc.  When she's not documenting her travels through the world, Olyasha is busy masterfully educating women how to create iconic looks with a mix of affordable and designer pieces, as well as offering makeup, skincare, and fitness tips to encourage her followers to live their best and most beautiful lives!  

Laissez-vous Tenter
Laissez-vous tenter du 21 décembre 2021

Laissez-vous Tenter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 18:18


1/Deuxième épisode de notre feuilleton consacré au tournage du film "Les Mousquetaires"... L'un des plus gros budgets du cinéma français... À la réalisation, Martin Bourboulon, au casting, Romain Duris, Vincent Cassel ou encore François Civil... Le reportage de Stéphane Boudsocq à l'abbaye Notre-Dame du Val dans le Val d'Oise... 2/ Trois expositions à visiter pendant les fêtes... "Cartier et les Arts de l'Islam - Aux sources de la modernité" au musée des Arts décoratifs de Paris... Le musée Soulages à Rodez expose l'artiste français Gaston Chaissac... Et la ville de Rouen célèbre les arts du cirque... Monique Younès... 3/Les programmes télé de ce soir, avec Isabelle Morini Bosc... Coups de coeur, coups de gueule, reportages, interviews, et des invités prestigieux : "Laissez-Vous Tenter" dresse un panorama de l'actualité Musique, Cinéma, Littérature, Médias, People. Ecoutez Laissez-vous tenter avec Yves Calvi et Le Service Culture du 21 décembre 2021

HODINKEE Radio
Our Fav No-Hype Watches of 2021

HODINKEE Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 45:00


A look back on a year's worth of accessible watches that you can actually buy (and probably should!)Notes: 2:35 Brew Retromatic Copper 5:35 Brew Metric Retro dial 6:02 James's Hands-On with the Metric  6:15 Oris Big Crown Pointer Date 403  8:20 Hamilton Pilot Pioneer Automatic   12:10 Seiko Prospex SPB213  15:15 Accutron Spaceview 2020 60th Anniversary LE (show sponsor) 16:50 Oris Diver's Sixty Five Bronze "Cotton Candy" 19:47 Tudor Pelagos FXD  24:52 Bulgari Aluminum GMT  27:08 Doxa Sub 600T  29:57 Three Days of the Condor  31:22 Timex Marlin California Automatic  32:47 Tissot PRX Powermatic 80  35:29 Omega Dynamic  38:02 Orient Bambino  39:20 Casio Baby-G BG169R-7E 40:05 Tag Heuer Aquaracer Nightdiver  40:30 Seiko Alpinist  41:25 Omega Seamaster GMTs (2538 or 2234) 42:37 Cartier Tank Solar Beat  42:19 Cartier Tank Must

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store
2022 State of Ecommerce Marketing with Jeremy Horowitz

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 46:32


Jeremy Horowitz joins the Wavebreak Podcast to talk about what brands must know about the ecommerce marketing landscape as we head into 2022.In this episode you'll learn:Trends likely to appear in 2022 based on ecommerce data from 2021, and how you can start prepping your brand for the new year.The ecommerce innovation dilemma: why you only have 4-5 months before competitors start copying your unique products.Jeremy's terrifying hot take on the state of ecommerce marketing in 2022.Jeremy Horowitz is Director of Marketing at DaaSity, an analytics platform empowering merchants with sales analytics, product analytics, business analytics, reporting, and more.Join Our Private Email ListOur industry-leading DTC newsletter is trusted by ecommerce and marketing leaders at top brands like Goop, Skims, Cartier, Walmart, and thousands more.Click here to sign up ->Links MentionedDaaSityLearn more about Wavebreak: the email & CRM agency for high-growth DTC brandsSponsored by KlaviyoKlaviyo — Over 265,000 innovative brands are growing their businesses by listening and understanding to cues from their customers--easily turning that information into valuable marketing messages used to build highly segmented, automated email & SMS campaigns, such as win back campaigns or abandoned cart recovery and more.Okendo — The new standard in customer reviews for high-growth Shopify brands. Okendo is helping over 4,000 of the fastest-growing Shopify retailers such as Kim Kardashian's underwear label- SKIMS, Nomad, and Buck Mason to leverage their most powerful asset; their customers. They offer super affordable monthly subscriptions starting at $29. Visit Okendo.io to learn more.

Good Morning Business
Jean-Philippe Cartier, fondateur du groupe hôtelier H8 Collection - 16/12

Good Morning Business

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 5:46


Jean-Philippe Cartier, fondateur du groupe hôtelier H8 Collection, était l'invité de Christophe Jakubyszyn dans Good Morning Business, ce jeudi 16 décembre. Il est revenu sur les négociations salariales des syndicats et employeurs des professionnels de l'hôtellerie-restauration, sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Mon Podcast Immo
Les secrets des négociateurs d'élite avec Romain Cartier

Mon Podcast Immo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 5:25


En live du congrès de la FNAIM, Romain Cartier, coach et formateur nous livre le secret pour devenir un négociateur d'élite au micro d'Ariane Artinian. 

Forever FAB Podcast
“Brains, Beauty, and Brawn: Pro-Aging through Muscle Management:” our interview with Dr. Gabrielle Lyon

Forever FAB Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 38:17


This week's podcast episode features an interview with Dr. Gabrielle Lyon., co-hosted by Amina Altai.   Dr. Lyon is a holistic functional family medicine practitioner who received her doctorate in osteopathic medicine from the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine She earned her undergraduate degree in Human Nutrition from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign where she studied vitamin and mineral metabolism, chronic disease prevention and management and the physiological effects of diet composition. She also completed a research/clinical fellowship in Nutritional Science and Geriatrics at Washington University in St. Louis. Her philosophy of Muscle-Centric Medicine™ is her ground-breaking concept of eliminating unwanted body fat while building muscle and allowing for continued metabolism boosts and long-term wellness.  Dr. Lyon also promotes exercise as another way to stimulate muscle protein synthesis. More than just physical activity, adults need muscle-targeting exercises to ensure long-term health and decreased risk of chronic disease. Her patients include elite military operators such as Navy SEALS, Green Berets, Army Rangers and Canadian Assaulters, as well as everyday heroes and heroines who benefit from her whole-body, whole-person approach, including advanced nutrition interventions, metabolic and genetic testing and personalized behavioral action plans.    Amina AlTai:   “Your next level of success will not come from DOING more. It will come from being more you.”  Amina is a Holistic Leadership & Mindset Coach and corporate trainer. She is the first social entrepreneur to successfully create a methodology that supports the health of a business and its people at the same time.  Her journey has been illustrious. After starting her career in marketing at Cartier, she went on to co-found a marketing agency specifically to support emerging and growth-stage brands. After over 7 years of working on brands ranging from Samsung to Avene, MD SolarSciences and Supersmile as well as helping to launch over 30 start-ups, she went on to lead marketing efforts for Spafinder Wellness—the largest media and marketing company in the wellness space. She later took a post at Bliss as head brand integration officer—overseeing the product, spa and E-commerce businesses. Pretty major. Then, as you've heard her describe on her previous Forever FAB podcast interview, she hit a proverbial wall. That wall, that block was perhaps a blessing in disguise, a message, and maybe even a motivating impetus to help her fulfill her higher purpose-- that of helping to heal herself and the world.  It's one of the many reasons why I connected with Amina; we both share the desire to make the world a more beautiful place.   Recommendations/The F.A.B. Five according to Dr. Gabrielle Lyon: Have integrity; Treat people as you wish to be treated; Be truthful; Build an amazing community; Invest in your family.   To work with Dr. Lyon on optimizing your holistic health and metabolism, controlling blood sugar, and mitigating disease, visit drgabriellelyon.com.   For a holistic mindset reset about your potential for greatness, work with Amina and learn how she may help you reboot, reset, and regain your mojo at AminaAltai.com.   You may also follow these FAB women on IG: @aminaaltai and @drgabriellelyon.    This episode of the ForeverFAB podcast was brought to you by Amina AlTai Coaching.   Amina is a leadership and mindset coach to high-achieving women who are ready to take their work and lives to the next level.  As a coach to notable female leaders and impact-driven celebrities, Amina works deep and fast to connect you to where you want to go. She's been called the "fairy godmother of careers" and has been featured in Goop, NBC, and more and is an expert in residence for Entrepreneur.    If you're ready to feel free, to release perfectionism, abolish that pesky imposter syndrome and connect to your higher purpose, schedule a “clarity call” with Amina.  As a FAB member of the Forever FAB community on Patreon, when you use the code ForeverFAB, that “clarity call” consultation is free to you (normally a $150 value proposition).  To take advantage of this opportunity to level up your FAB, email Hailey@aminaaltai.com to schedule your session.     If you enjoyed listening to this premium content for the Forever F.A.B. podcast on Patreon, get more audio and visuals by leveling up your membership on Patreon.  Choose the Platinum or Diamond tier for even more premium added content, special co-hosts, lifestyle videos, branded merchandise, and private access to my Clubhouse.  You know what to do: visit patreon.com/ForeverFAB.   Credits: Fashion: top: Norma Kamali; blue-blocking glasses: Prive Revaux  Skincare/Makeup: Purevoc by Wonderskin   Produced by www.oneofoneproductions.com Recorded, mixed, edited and original music by www.23dbproductions.com   Podcast Medical Disclaimer The purpose of this podcast is to educate and inform. It is no substitute for professional care by your doctor or your own qualified healthcare professional. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this podcast or in any linked materials. Guests who speak on this podcast express their own opinions, experience and conclusions, and Dr. Shirley Madhere neither endorses nor opposes any particular opinion discussed in this podcast. The views expressed on this podcast have no relation to those of any academic, hospital, practice, institution or other entity with which Dr. Shirley Madhere may be affiliated.  

Jewelry Journey Podcast
Episode 141 Part 1: How Emerging Jewelry Designers Can Cut Through the Noise with Writer & Editor, Amy Elliott

Jewelry Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 26:06


What you'll learn in this episode: Why the most important thing a jewelry designer can invest in is high-quality photography How Amy finds the topics she writes about for JCK's “All That Glitters” blog How designers can find the story that helps them break through the crowded marketplace Who today's most exciting emerging and independent designers are How the jewelry industry changed during the pandemic, and what retailers must do to engage young consumers About Amy Elliott Amy Elliott is a writer, editor and brand storyteller who specializes in fine jewelry and fashion, and is fluent in other lifestyle categories, including food, weddings and travel. As a former staff editor at The Knot, Bridal Guide, Brides Local Magazines + Brides.com and Lucky, Amy is known for delivering high-quality editorial content across a variety of print and digital media. After recently serving as the Engagement Rings Expert for About.com, Amy joined the freelance staff of JCK as its All That Glitters columnist, while contributing articles about jewelry trends, estate and antique jewelry and gemstones to its prestigious print magazine. Amy also serves as the Fine Jewelry Expert for The Bridal Council, an industry organization composed of luxury bridal designers, retailers and media, and her byline has appeared in Gotham, Hamptons, DuJour, Martha Stewart Weddings, GoodHousekeeping.com and more. Additional Resources: Amy's Website Amy's Twitter Amy's Instagram JCK Article: Cicadas Swarm on Sienna Patti Gallery in Lenox, Mass. JCK Article: Christopher Thompson Royds' Flowers Bloom at Sienna Patti Gallery JCK Article: Look What Happens When Annoushka Gives Peridot A Go Examples of posts that reflect the intersection of jewelry with history, culture and current events: Bob Goodman Wants Jewelers To Join Him in Disrupting the Status Quo: https://www.jckonline.com/editorial-article/bob-goodman-jewelers-disrupting/ The Ten Thousand Things x Met Museum Collaboration Is Coming In Hot: https://www.jckonline.com/editorial-article/ten-thousand-things-x-met-museum/ Go “Sea” Some Serious Silver Treasures At Mystic Seaport Museum: https://www.jckonline.com/editorial-article/sea-as-muse-silver-seaport-museum/ New Jewelry From Rafka Koblence, Olympic Wrestler Turned Designer: https://www.jckonline.com/editorial-article/new-jewelry-from-rafka-koblence/ Transcript: As author of the “All That Glitters” blog for JCK, Amy Elliott has a front row seat to the jewelry industry's up-and-coming trends and designers. She's also been lucky enough to work with some of these designers, helping them refine their brands and create stories that resonate with customers. She joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about what designers and retailers should do to stay relevant with younger consumers, how art jewelry has influenced high jewelry, and what jewelry trends to watch out for in the coming months. Read the episode transcript here.  Sharon: Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Jewelry Journey Podcast. Today, our guest is Amy Elliott, founder of Amy Elliott Creative. She is a writer, editor and thought leader who specializes in fine jewelry and fashion which makes most of us envious. That's a great profession. She is a contributing editor to the industry publication we all know, JCK, and writes the blog “All That Glitters.” We will hear all about her jewelry journey today. Amy, welcome to the program Amy: Thank you very much for having me, Sharon. It's a pleasure to be here. Sharon: So glad to have you. I'm always envious of people who are writing about jewelry or makers and designers. That's fabulous. I have no talent in that area, so when I hear about people writing, I think, “Wow, it's great.” Tell us all about your jewelry journey. Amy: My jewelry journey is a mix of personal and professional. I'm an avid collector of jewelry. My mother is a big collector of jewelry, so from age 12 on, jewelry was always a part of my life and something that I gravitated to. As a professional, jewelry has been central to my career as a journalist and a writer since the very beginning, starting at The Knot in 1999. Sharon: The Knot being the bridal publication. Amy: Yes. At that time, it was just a website. I was there when they moved into magazines. I helped coordinate the gowns and accessories for fashion shoots and got a taste of engagement rings and diamonds, the 4Cs. That was my first introduction to jewelry on a professional level. Then I took a job at Bridal Guide Magazine, which is a leading print publication still around, privately owned. I was a senior editor there. I had many duties, but one of them was to produce a jewelry column, and that is when my education in jewelry really began. I began forming connections within the industry to educate myself on the 4Cs, pearl buying, colored gemstones. I've always been drawn to color, so that's when I became a student, if you will, of gems and jewelry and how jewelry fits into conversations about fashion trends and cultural and social current events. That was when I really got into jewelry as a métier. I was one of the founding editors of Brides local magazines, which was a Condé Nast publication of regional wedding magazines that no longer exists. Because we were short on staff, I would call in all the jewelry for our cover shoots. Even though I had a leadership role there—I was the executive editor—I also made it part of my job to call in jewels for art cover shoots. I kept that connection, and then on the side I would freelance for luxury publications. It became the thing that I liked to do the best. I loved the people in the industry. I would always learn something. No matter what I was doing or writing about, I would learn something new, and that's still true to this day. There's always something for me to learn. I discovered that jewelry is the perfect combination of earth science, history, culture, and straight-up beauty and aesthetics. It's a very gratifying topic to cover. I love the way it intersects with current events and with, as I mentioned, the fashion conversations at large. Sharon: When you went to Vassar, did you study writing? They're not known for their metalsmithing program, so did you study writing with the idea “I just want to write”? Amy: Pretty much. I was always pretty good at writing and facility with language, so I went there knowing I'd be an English major. For my thesis I wrote a creative writing thesis; it was like a little novella. I've always had a love affair with words and expression of thoughts, and I loved reading, so I knew I would do something that had to do with words and writing. I actually graduated thinking I would be a romance novelist. That was what I thought I would do. Then, of course, I started out in book publishing, and I found it really, really slow and boring, just painfully slow, and I decided perhaps that wasn't for me. Then I took a job in public relations. I really loved the marketing aspect of it and the creativity involved. Of course, it involved a lot of writing.  Eventually I decided I wanted to be on the editorial side of things once and for all. I had always written for the high school newspaper. I had done an internship at Metropolitan Home Magazine in the design department in college, so magazines were always lurking there and were always the main goal. I ended up there; it just took a couple of years for me to get there. Once I did, I knew I wanted to work for a women's magazine. I love things that would fall under the heading of a women's magazine, relationships, fashion. The wedding magazines I worked at were a great fit for me because it's pure romance and fantasy and big, beautiful ball gowns and fancy parties. It was a good fit for me, and I was able to take that and home in on jewelry as a particular focus elsewhere in my career after those first years.  I will say Vassar is known for its art history program. I was not a star art history pupil by any means, but I took many classes there. I find myself leaning on those skills the most as a jewelry writer, looking closely at an object, peeling back the layers and trying to understand what the artist or jeweler is trying to say through jewelry, much like you would with a painting from the Renaissance. So, I am grateful for that tutelage because I found myself drawing on it often, even though I was definitely a B- student in art history. Sharon: It seems to me if you're not going to be a maker, if you're not going to be a metalsmith or a goldsmith or if you're not going to be selling behind the counter, it seems like art history is a fabulous foundation for jewelry in terms of the skills you draw on. Amy: Absolutely. Historical narratives and every historical event that's going on in the world can be—you can look at jewelry from the past and tie it into something that was going on, whether it was the discovery of platinum or the discovery of diamonds in South Africa. It all intersects so beautifully. Vassar taught me to think critically; it taught me how to express myself, to develop a style of writing that I think is still present in my writing today. I always try to get a little lyricism in there. A good liberal arts foundation took me into the world of magazines and eventually digital publishing. I stayed with Condé Nast for a long time. Then I went to Lucky Magazine and was on staff there for a little over a year and a half. I was exposed to fine jewelry on a more fashion level, like the kind cool girls would wear, gold and diamond jewelry that wasn't big jewels by Oscar Heyman. It was a different category, but still within that universe. That was a great education, to look at fine jewelry in a fashion context. They had layoffs in 2012 and I was forced to strike out on my own, but I've been freelance ever since, doing a mix of copywriting for fashion brands and writing for various publications. I've been writing for JCK since 2016. Sharon: Wow! Amy, we want to hear more about that, but just a couple of things. First, thank you to our subscribers. I want to thank everybody who's gotten in contact with me with their suggestions. I love to get them, so please email me at Sharon@ArtsandJewelry.com or DM me @ArtsandJewelry. Also a big shoutout to Kimberly Klosterman, whose jewelry is featured in the exhibit “Simply Brilliant: Jewelry of the 60s and 70s” at the Cincinnati Art Museum. It's on now through February 6. You can listen to our interview with Kimberly on podcast number 133. Now, back to our interview with Amy. Amy, what I like about what you said—you expressed it very well—is the intersection of jewelry with current events and history. I know I always have difficulty explaining to people why I'm interested in jewelry or jewelry history. They think, “Oh, you like big diamonds,” and it's hard to explain how it tells you so much about the period. Amy: Yes, I think acknowledging how global our industry is and learning about different cultures has been so critical to becoming fluent in this world and the gemstones that come from Afghanistan or Ethiopia or Mozambique. Just learning about the sapphires from Sri Lanka—it's so global and all-encompassing. I read the Cartier book, and their story is so fascinating. I am interested particularly in World War II and how that impacted the jewelry industry, how Susan Beltran saved the business of her lover, how the events of World War II Germany impacted Paris and the jewelers there, how the Cartiers would do the birds in the cage and all that stuff. I think you can look at historic jewels and see reflected back at you current events and moments in our history. Sharon: Definitely. I imagine when you look at something, it's not just seeing the jewel, but you're seeing the whole background behind it, how it sits within that context, that nest of history with World War II and platinum. It's an eye into the world. Amy: Even someone like Judith Leiber, who fled Hungary during wartime and became this amazing designer of handbags in New York. So many of the jewelers that are leaders and pillars of our industry came here because of the pogroms in Russia and Eastern Europe. It really does intersect with what was happening in the world. The jewelry industry is a microcosm of all those events, even going to back to the Silk Road and Mesopotamia and the Armenians and the Ottoman Empire. It is a rich tapestry of moments. Historic jewels in particular can give you insight, not just into an artist's vision, but into a moment of time. Sharon: I didn't know that about Judith Leiber; that's interesting. You left Lucky Magazine and opened your own shop. You do a lot of writing and editing. How do the graphics also play into it? Do you art direct? If clients come to you and say, “I need a brochure,” I assume you're doing all the copy and editing, but do they bring you the photos? How does that work? Amy: My background in magazines definitely has given me a pretty robust skillset in terms of working with graphic designers and art directors, conveying ideas and working with them to solve problems. You do emerge with a sense of the visuals, and a taste level is part of it when you're covering fashion and jewelry and things related to style. So yes, I think as a copywriter, one of the things I bring to the table is that I will be able to advise you on the quality of your photos and your look book on the crops, on the model even. Also there's the hierarchy of information; that's definitely a form of direction. It's not very glamorous, but I'm good at understanding how things should be stacked and arranged on a page in terms of hierarchy of messaging. I do have a lot of opinions, I guess, about what looks good and what doesn't. If that feedback is welcome, I'm always happy to share it. Sometimes a client will send me an email for review, and I know they just want to get it out, but I'm like, “No, this is spelled wrong, and the headline should be this, and this needs to go there,” and I'll mock it up on the screen as to where things should go. The best editors and writers, especially when you're dealing with jewelry and fashion and beautiful objects, you have to have a strong sense of the visual. Sharon: I know sometimes clients push back, but I assume they come to you because they want your opinion or they'd do it themselves, right? Amy: Yes. My favorite clients to work with are emerging designers who are just getting out there. They have so many ideas, so many stories to tell, and I help them refine their vision, refine their voice. For many of them, it's the first time they're coming to market, and I can help them present themselves in a professional way that will be compelling to buyers and to media. Sharon: What type of issues are potential clients coming to you for? Is there an overarching—problem might not be the right word—but something you see, a common thread through what they're asking? Amy: There are a number of things. One could be a complicated concept that needs to be explained, something technical like the meteorite that's used in a wedding ring. “We have all this raw material from our supplier. How do we make that customer-facing? How do we make that dense language more lively and easier to digest?” Sometimes it's collection naming. “Here's my collection. Here are the pieces. Can you give them a name? Can you help name this product?” Sometimes it's, “We want to craft a story around this,” and I'm able to come at it with, “I know what the story is here. We've got to shape you to be able to present that story to the world, whether it's a buyer or an editor.”  Usually there is some sort of a concept that is involved; it just hasn't been refined and it's not adjustable. They're so focused on the work and the design vocabulary, they need someone to come in and look at it holistically and figure out how they're going to package this as an overarching idea. Sometimes it's as simple as, “I need to write a letter. These are the things I want to get across to buyers or new accounts or an invitation to an event.” I can take these objectives, these imperatives, and spin them into something compelling and customer-facing and fun to read. It's a mix of imaginative work and down-and-dirty, let me take this corporate document and finesse it and make it more lively and more like something a consumer would want to read on a website. Sharon: They must be so appreciative. Their work may be beautiful, but they have to condense it to say what they are trying to express and get that across to somebody who may not know the language, so somebody wants to pick it up and say, “Oh, that's really interesting.” Amy: Storytelling is a big buzzword right now in the industry, but it's so important. The marketplace is so crowded, and it's not enough to be like, “I have a new collection of stacking rings,” or “I've expanded these rings to include a sapphire version.” You have to come up with some sort of a story to draw in an audience, and then you can use that story on all of your touchpoints, from social media to your email blasts to a landing page on your website. There are a host of jewelry professionals out there that can advise in different ways, to help you get into stores, to help you with specific branding, refining your collection from a merchandising standpoint. There are so many professionals out there that specialize in that, but I think what I bring to the table is knowledge of the industry and a facility with language. It's almost like I'm a mouthpiece for the designer or the corporate brand and a conduit to the consumers' headspace. Sharon: It sounds like a real talent in the areas where there are gaps in what a designer and retailer/manufacturer needs. Telling the story may be a buzzword, but it's words, and you have to use the right words. Tell us about the JCK. You write the blog “All That Glitters,” which is very glittery. It's very attractive. Tell us about it. Amy: Thanks. I was JCK's center for style-related content. Obviously, there's no shortage of breaking news and hard business news, because JCK's first and foremost a serious business publication. Sharon: With the jewelry industry. Amy: With the jewelry industry. I've evolved the blog to be—my favorite things to cover are new collections. I like to interview designers about inspirations. I like to show a broad range of photos from the collection. A lot of it is just showing collections that I love. Maybe I've seen them at Fashion Week; maybe I saw them at the JCK shows or at appointments in the city; maybe I saw something on Instagram. I love to cover design collaborations. Those are one of my favorites things to cover: how two minds can come together to create a new product, like when Suzanne Kalan partnered with Jonathan Adler to do a line of trinket trays. I am interested in cultural events. I like to cover museum exhibits. I covered the Beautiful Creatures exhibit at the Natural History Museum. Because I live in Connecticut, I was able to make it up to Mystic Seaport. They have a beautiful collection of silver trophies by all the best makers, from Tiffany to Shreve, Crump & Low and Gorham. I was able to go up there and see that collection.  It's a blog about culture. It's a blog about things I love. I've written about TV shows that have to do with jewelry. I like the title “All That Glitters” because it gives me a lot of leeway in terms of what I can cover. I've written about writing instruments. Fabergé did a collaboration with whiskey brands and I wrote about that. I try to leave it open, but if there's a strong, new, exciting collection, especially from a high jewelry brand—I'm going to be writing something on one from David Webb coming up. They just released a new collection called Asheville, inspired by his hometown. I like to do a deep dive into a designer story or to show a new collection. My colleague, Brittany Siminitz, does beautiful curations. Sometimes I'll do curations, meaning a roundup of beautiful products that correspond to an overarching theme. I love to do those, but I am happiest when designers come to me with a new collection and something that people haven't seen before. I particularly love discovering new voices and emerging designers that haven't been featured in the press before, so I can be that first introduction.

Reflect Forward
Be Passionate to Be Exceptional w/ Sarah Gargano

Reflect Forward

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 44:27


Guest: Sarah has worked for twenty years in the luxury sector with many of the top European luxury houses, including Lalique, Cartier, DeBeers, Valmont, McLaren Automotive, The Italian Government, Hotel Santa Caterina, Villa René Lalique, Chateau Lafaurie-Peyraguey, Nobu Hotels, Puiforcat, Jean-Louis Coquet, Philippe Deshoulières, Robert Haviland & C. Parlon, Rossano Ferretti, Nathalie Jean fine jewelry, John Hardy, Vertu, Armand de Brignac champagnes, Agent Provacateur, RISD Museum, One Drop Foundation and Luxury Education Foundation, among others. Sarah has received first-hand experience in the factories and headquarters for each brand, observing the craftsmanship and know-how of the artisans and workers, passed on from generation to generation. She has developed a passion for handcrafted, service-oriented luxury brands through this invaluable training. This love and appreciation of the sector have driven Sarah to specialize and focus her efforts on promoting and educating luxury brands worldwide. Episode in a Tweet: What makes luxury brands unique? They know who they are, and they don't pretend. They are true to their own DNA. Listen for a behind-the-scenes look at how the luxury industry is becoming more diverse, inclusive and sustainability-focused. Quick Background: Sarah Gargano believes excellent communication is a 360-degree approach, including editorial coverage, social media & digital strategy, influencer marketing, events, video, advertising, television and film. Her contacts in each medium are A-list. She has helped her clients achieve outstanding results, successfully delivering their message and furthering their presence and power as authoritative luxury brands. In this week's episode of Reflect Forward, Sarah shares her journey from leaving Wall Street to entering the mysterious world of luxury. She explains what all brands could learn about PR and branding from luxury: know who you are and stay true to who you are – great advice for anyone. She talks about helping her clients create highly personalized experiences so their customers can truly understand the brand. Sarah and I talk about how the luxury industry is becoming more diverse, inclusive, and sustainability-focused. She shares her passion for educating future generations about the luxury industry through her involvement with the Luxury Education Foundation. The Luxury Education Foundation is a non-profit organization focused on nurturing future leaders in the luxury industry and fostering meaningful exchanges between like-minded CEOs, leading executives and high-potential, emerging talent. Established in 2004, LEF partners with Columbia Business School, Parsons School of Design, and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology to create global, qualitative interdisciplinary programs to ensure future success for members, students, and alumni. This episode is fascinating, and I am sure you will enjoy learning from Sarah as she shares her passion for her clients and their brands and her journey to excellence. To find out more about Sarah, check out her website here: https://www.sarahgargano.com/ To learn more about the Luxury Education Foundations, visit their website here: https://www.luxuryeducationfoundation.org/

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store
How To Increase Your AOV by 20% With Donation Driven Marketing

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 32:24


Our guest today has been making waves throughout the Shopify ecosystem with a unique way to drive higher AOV. Andrew Foreman joins the Wavebreak Podcast to reveal why donation-based incentives often perform better than discount-based incentives.In this episode you'll learn:How to stop the race to the bottom typical of heavy discounting strategies, yet still meaningfully increase sales.The problems with half-baked charity schemes like “we'll donate X% of revenue” and why consumers are skeptical.The must-use discount flow that even Andrew recommends you keep using—it just performs too well!Andrew Foreman is Founder and CEO at Givz, an API-powered platform that gives brands a way to convert discounts into donations.Join Our Private Email ListOur industry-leading DTC newsletter is trusted by ecommerce and marketing leaders at top brands like Goop, Skims, Cartier, Walmart, and thousands more.Click here to sign up ->Links MentionedGivzLearn more about Wavebreak: the email & CRM agency for high-growth DTC brandsSponsored by KlaviyoKlaviyo — Over 265,000 innovative brands are growing their businesses by listening and understanding to cues from their customers--easily turning that information into valuable marketing messages used to build highly segmented, automated email & SMS campaigns, such as win back campaigns or abandoned cart recovery and more.Okendo — The new standard in customer reviews for high-growth Shopify brands. Okendo is helping over 4,000 of the fastest-growing Shopify retailers such as Kim Kardashian's underwear label- SKIMS, Nomad, and Buck Mason to leverage their most powerful asset; their customers. They offer super affordable monthly subscriptions starting at $29. Visit Okendo.io to learn more.

A Date With Dateline
Murder in the House of Gucci S.30 Ep.10

A Date With Dateline

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 96:40


Dateline has doled out its Hanukkah/Christmas gifts early with MURDER IN THE HOUSE OF GUCCI! Which is obviously a perfect episode in which Kimberly gets to butcher an Italian accent, and Katie gets to analyze high end fashion! The story of the Gucci empire has all the typical Dateline tropes— murder, grudges, affairs, two women named Patrizia, a psychic/alleged witch, a retired pizzeria owner, the biggest wooden boat in the world, and internationally smuggled truffles. You know, the normal stuff. Whether you're Team Black Widow or Team Black Witch, this episode is for you. K & K just have one question for you first: Would you rather be sad riding an elephant or happy on a skateboard? Lock up your Cartier diary and join Kimberly, Katie, Natalie Morales, and Lady Gaga (yes, you heard that right) for a very special couture edition of A DATE WITH DATELINE: Gucc-hee haw Gang Strikes Again! Official Description from NBCU: New details expose how the Gucci family was undone by jealousy, backstabbing, and, ultimately, an act of murder; insiders close to the fashion empire speak out for the first time on network TV about the murder of a prominent family member. Get some fantastic deals from our sponsors and help support ADWD! Ana Luisa jewelry makes beautiful gifts!! Their pieces start at $39, and they are currently running the biggest sale of the year. You can get 60% off on the second item if you go to shop.analuisa.com/datedateline!  Our podcast runs on Munk Pack bars! Go to MunkPack.com and enter the code DATEDATELINE at checkout for 20% off your first purchase! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

NotBasicBlonde Podcast
How To Find A Root Cause Of Any Health Issue Using Cochrane Method - Meet Teri Cochrane

NotBasicBlonde Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 50:28


In this episode, my guest, Teri Cochrane and I are discussing a holistic & alternative approach to identify a root cause of any health issue. Talking Points: What is your journey with integrative health? What is your practitioner model What is the Wildatatian Diet What is the Cochrane Method Why did you formulate Wild-Lytes What are the proactive ways to support our Immune System  What are your best wellness tips What inspired you to write :”The Wildatarian Diet: Living as Nature Intended" Guest Teri Cochrane @tericochranebeyondnutrition  is an international thought leader in sustainable health and longevity. She is the founder of The Global Sustainable Health Institute.  As designer of “The Cochrane Method®”, she integrates a multi-level, metabolic health modality rooted in epigenetics and energy medicine, and is the creator of the Teri Cochrane Brand Supplements. Teri specializes in complex health conditions and autoimmunity, she also maximizes the human potential in world-class athletes.  Teri has a private clinical practice in the metro Washington DC area.  She launched her bestselling book in 2018 - The Wildatarian Diet - Living as Nature Intended.  Socials Instagram: Teri Cochrane | Nutrition (@tericochranebeyondnutrition) Youtube: Teri Cochrane - YouTube Website: Teri Cochrane Beyond Nutrition Facebook: (5) Teri Cochrane - Beyond Nutrition | Facebook Host Olyasha Novozhylova - NotBasicBlonde @notbasicblonde_ NotBasicBlonde Podcast - @nbbpodcast Olyasha Novozhylova is the founder and creator of Not Basic Blonde, a fashion, and lifestyle blog dedicated to inspiring young women to create an extraordinary style. Graduated from Georgia State University with a BBA in Managerial Sciences, Olyasha successfully built a career in IT/Project Management, before she became a full time blogger. A model, blogger, entrepreneur, author, and celebrity podcast host of NotBasicBlonde Podcast.  As the founder and host of NotBasicBlonde Podcast, where no topic is off limits, Olyasha provides millennials an ultimate guide on entrepreneurship, dating, marketing, self-development, astrology, spirituality, fashion, coaching, beauty, health & wellness. Author of the children's book  Cutie the Unicorn – It's ok to be different, Olyasha teaches our younger generation how to express their individuality. The Russian model led an impressive 15-year career in fashion and runway in Atlanta and overseas, as well as enjoying several acting roles. Now a leading influencer, Olyasha shares her beauty, wellness, and fashion tips with an audience of over half a million.  As seen in YahooFinance, Jezebel magazine, Thrive, Medium, and Fashion Week Online magazines. Olyasha has also partnered with brands such as Cartier, Revolve, PrettyLittleThing, PGA, Steve Madden, Too Faced, Vital Proteins, Tarte, DryBar, Drunk Elephant, etc.  When she's not documenting her travels through the world, Olyasha is busy masterfully educating women how to create iconic looks with a mix of affordable and designer pieces, as well as offering makeup, skincare, and fitness tips to encourage her followers to live their best and most beautiful lives!

Mouv' Live Club : R-Ash
#266 : EverythingOShauN, Jazz Cartier, Smiley, Gucci Mane...

Mouv' Live Club : R-Ash

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 59:17


durée : 00:59:17 - Mouv' DJ : R-Ash - Tous les lundis entre 22h et 23h, R-ASH partage ses tracks favoris et les remixes des plus grands artistes hip hop internationaux avec cette semaine EverythingOShauN, Jazz Cartier, Smiley, Gucci Mane...

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store
The Modern Day Cannabis Marketing & Positioning Playbook

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 37:09


Our guest today is CMO of the largest edibles manufacturer in North America.Joe Hodas joins the Wavebreak Podcast to share the unique marketing playbook he's built over a decade of working within the heavily regulated cannabis space.In this episode you'll learn:How the customer profile of cannabis users differs from mainstream opinion, and why that matters.The strategies Wana Brands is currently using to successfully position themselves top of market—and why your brand should be taking another look at swag.A 2022 cannabis industry outlook: the future of the cannabis industry from a marketing point-of-view.Joe Hodas is CMO at Wana Brands, North America's #1 Edible company with operations across the United States.Join Our Private Email ListOur industry-leading DTC newsletter is trusted by ecommerce and marketing leaders at top brands like Goop, Skims, Cartier, Walmart, and thousands more.Click here to sign up ->Links MentionedWana BrandsLearn more about Wavebreak: the email & CRM agency for high-growth DTC brandsSponsored by KlaviyoKlaviyo — Over 265,000 innovative brands are growing their businesses by listening and understanding to cues from their customers--easily turning that information into valuable marketing messages used to build highly segmented, automated email & SMS campaigns, such as win back campaigns or abandoned cart recovery and more.

CruxCasts
Cartier Resources (ECR) - Technical Analysis & Due Diligence

CruxCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 36:13


Cartier Resources Inc. offers interest in mining exploration properties. The Company operates process which allows to develop and maintain a balanced portfolio of mining projects ranging from exploration to resource definition, development, and production. Cartier Resources serves in Canada.

With Jason Barnard...
The Value of Content Engineering (Mike King and Jason Barnard)

With Jason Barnard...

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 38:40


Mike King talks with Jason Barnard about the value of content engineering. Michael King is the Director at iPullRank which is a leading New York content marketing SEO agency. With 14 years of digital marketing experience and 25 years in web development, he has led the SEO campaigns of some of the world's leading brands: LG, Citi and Cartier.  In this episode, Michael King shares his unique procedure for content engineering that seamlessly stitches together technical SEO, content and marketing … a large step outside traditional SEO. Mike explains his thinking behind the term and dives into the techniques and subtleties of content engineering. He gives a new, more practical twist to the ever-so-common SEO phrase “it depends”. For once, “it depends” has helpful reasoning behind it.Listen now and take your SEO game to the next level! What you'll learn from Mike King 00:00 Mike King with Jason Barnard01:02 Michael King's Brand SERP across multiple countries03:10 What does content engineering mean?04:29 Requirements of a content engineering package06:07 Content engineering comes from reverse engineering07:28 Packaging content for the target personas10:22 How to create a content engineering brief14:01 Content should be written by copywriters, not SEOs16:37 How to content-engineer image and video content18:54 iPullRank's concept of 10x content19:32 Thinking through the concept plan, information plan and IAA components23:46 How does content engineering work at scale?27:12 What are the research techniques for a great content engineering strategy?31:40 Huge jump in rankings outside the traditional SEO bubble35:07 Improving rankings with topical authority This episode was recorded live on video November 30th 2021 Recorded live at Kalicube Tuesdays (Digital Marketing Livestream Event Series). Watch the video now >>

Fifth Wrist Radio
TVH - Kev and Charlie and Cartier

Fifth Wrist Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 161:09


Enter The Vintage Hen-House, pick a perch, and listen to Benoît (@Petitesecondes) and his co-hosts chat to vintage watch collectors from all over the world about their collection, the vintage watch world, and many other things. Let's talk about the good, the bad and the ugly stories that we can all share about collecting vintage watches! Host: Benoît @Petitesecondes Guests: Kevin O'Dell from @theydid and Charlie Dunne from @books_on_time This episode was planned to be about Cartier and the Monaco Legend Auction that took place recently. But then everything went haywire, with the head of Fifthwrist forgetting to set his alarm clock, internet disconnections and a surprise guest? All these unexpected events still make for a nice chat to listen to, and not just about vintage Cartier watches. I hope you like it and have fun listening to our ranting! Thanks to Kevin Lee for the new microphone! Theme music by Jotunn @picodon_conan Special effects free of copyright thanks to the following websites: Zapsplat.com, fesliyanstudios.com and freesound.org. Enjoy the show! Don't forget to grab an egg on your way home! SHOW NOTES: 00:00 - Intro: New microphone 02:00 - Kevin O'Dell 1:21:00 - Interlude 1:22:00 – Charlie Dunne 2:36:00 - Sliders Instagram recommendations: NONE!! Too muche mayhem! Shoutouts: @fumanku , @grail_watches , @rescapement Follow our guests on instagram: @theydid and @books_on_time Follow us on Instagram: @Fifthwrist Follow us on facebook: facebook.com/fifthwrist Subscribe to our youtube channel To join our group chat on Slack then please email us at contact@fifthwrist.com Please take the time to leave us a review wherever you listen to our podcast. Thank you for all the positive reviews and comments on our episodes. We read and appreciate each one! Fifth Wrist and Fifth Wrist Radio are both community run projects. Designed to serve the watch enthusiast community. We reject all forms of outside watch brand intervention and take no money, watches or goods from watch companies. The future direction of the website and podcasts are driven by the people who take part in this project. To join the action and get involved why not get started by reviewing one of your own watches at fifthwrist.com/write-review We hope you enjoy listening to this episode as much as we enjoyed making it! Thanks to everyone in the Fifth Wrist community who give their time to make this project possible. The hosts, co-hosts, writers and editors, plus everyone who takes the time to share and promote this project daily. Cheers from Benoît @petitesecondes Wherever you are, stay on time!

The Bangkok Podcast | Conversations on Life in Thailand's Buzzing Capital
Tech, Trade & Bridges with Belgian Ambassador Sibille de Cartier [S5.E38]

The Bangkok Podcast | Conversations on Life in Thailand's Buzzing Capital

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 38:58


Greg interviews Belgian Ambassador to Thailand, Madam Sybille de Cartier, formerly Ambassador to Egypt and Sudan, with plenty of diplomatic experience in other posts around the world.  She discusses the long history that Belgium and Thailand share, going back all the way to 1839, which is pretty amazing since Belgium itself was founded in 1830. Belgium also played a key role in the modernization of Thailand under King Chulalongkorn, providing advisors that aided in maintaining the Kingdom's independence and building up its legal system.  Next, the Ambassador talks about her country's current relationship with Thailand, especially economically, and the function of the embassy in Bangkok which actually also services Cambodia, Myanmar, and Laos. The two continue and discuss a myriad of the details of the relationship, from mutually beneficial social security rules to the genesis story of the famous Thai-Belgian bridge of friendship, a story worth hearing in detail.  Special thanks to Ambassador de Cartier for taking the time to be our guest! :) Don't forget that Patrons get the ad-free version of the show as well as swag and other perks. And we'll keep our Facebook, Twitter, and LINE accounts active so you can send us comments, questions, or whatever you want to share.

NotBasicBlonde Podcast
What's Success According To The World Famous Dentist - Meet Dr. Bill Dorfman

NotBasicBlonde Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 30:20


In this episode, my guest Dr. Bill Dorfman, famous dentist and a successful entrepreneur gives the best advice. Talking Points: Dr. Dorfman, you have a body of a 22-year old fitness model at the age of 62; how?  What motivated you to become a dentist? What's your “Why”, the reason, which pushes you to excel at everything? What inspired you to write the New York Times Best-selling book, Billion Dollar Smile? What role does a smile play in the success of an individual What sets Zoom the best of tooth whitening treatments What's “Success”, according to you; how can we achieve it? What was the biggest challenge that you faced on your road to success? What's the best advice that you'd like to give to everyone alive today? Guest   Dr. Bill Dorfman  @drbilldorfman  celebrity cosmetic dentist has been practicing for over 30 years in the Beverly Hills area and has had a career unparalleled to any other dentist in history! He has transformed the smiles of celebrities such as Katy Perry, Usher, Anthony Hopkins, Fergi, Hugh Jackman, Michael Strahan, Jessica Simpson, Mark Wahlberg and Eva Longoria, among many others. Dr. Bill was the only dentist featured on ABC's hit show Extreme Makeover, and is currently a recurring guest co-host on the CBS Emmy Awarded daytime talk show, The Doctors. Referred to as the ‘Michael Jordan of Dentistry,' he has also appeared on numerous TV shows including Larry King Live, Oprah, Access Hollywood, E!, Extra,  and Entertainment Tonight. As the founder of Discus Dental – one of the world's leading dental companies – he helped lead the company from its inception to more than $1.3 BILLION in sales primarily with award-winning tooth whitening products such as ZOOM! and BriteSmile. Dr. Bill has received 20 lifetime achievement awards, 2 Guinness Book of World Records, is a New York Times Bestselling Author, and recently was the first dentist ever Knighted by the Royal Order of Constantine. As a passionate philanthropist, together with country singer Garth Brooks and the Crown Council of Dentists, he has helped raise more than $44 million for children's charities. Dr. Bill is also the founder of the non-profit LEAP Foundation. LEAP is a week-long motivational/leadership program taught at UCLA every summer to more than 400 students between the ages of 15-25+. More than just a dentist, Dr. Bill Dorfman is an author, entrepreneur, philanthropist, TV personality, health and fitness enthusiast, proud father of 3 daughters, and much more! Host Olyasha Novozhylova - NotBasicBlonde @notbasicblonde_ NotBasicBlonde Podcast - @nbbpodcast Olyasha Novozhylova is the founder and creator of Not Basic Blonde, a fashion, and lifestyle blog dedicated to inspiring young women to create an extraordinary style. Graduated from Georgia State University with a BBA in Managerial Sciences, Olyasha successfully built a career in IT/Project Management, before she became a full time blogger. A model, blogger, entrepreneur, author, and celebrity podcast host of NotBasicBlonde Podcast.  As the founder and host of NotBasicBlonde Podcast, where no topic is off limits, Olyasha provides millennials an ultimate guide on entrepreneurship, dating, marketing, self-development, astrology, spirituality, fashion, coaching, beauty, health & wellness. Author of the children's book  Cutie the Unicorn – It's ok to be different, Olyasha teaches our younger generation how to express their individuality. The Russian model led an impressive 15-year career in fashion and runway in Atlanta and overseas, as well as enjoying several acting roles. Now a leading influencer, Olyasha shares her beauty, wellness, and fashion tips with an audience of over half a million.  As seen in YahooFinance, Jezebel magazine, Thrive, Medium, and Fashion Week Online magazines. Olyasha has also partnered with brands such as Cartier, Revolve, PrettyLittleThing, PGA, Steve Madden, Too Faced, Vital Proteins, Tarte, DryBar, Drunk Elephant, etc.  When she's not documenting her travels through the world, Olyasha is busy masterfully educating women how to create iconic looks with a mix of affordable and designer pieces, as well as offering makeup, skincare, and fitness tips to encourage her followers to live their best and most beautiful lives!        

The Luxury Item
S05 E01: Andrew Haarsager, Head of Retail Innovation Lab at Cartier

The Luxury Item

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 37:31


Scott Kerr is joined by Andrew Haarsager, head of Cartier's Retail Innovation Lab, to discuss how it designs and tests new forms of retail experiences for the French luxury jeweler and watchmaker, both in and beyond the boutique. Andrew also talks about Cartier's approach to the role of retail in this new world, creating an in-store vitrine to display holograms of select high jewelry pieces, working with Cartier's internal 'Liaison' program for sales associates, why heritage brands must learn to speak in new ways to younger consumers, and why Cartier is not jumping so quickly into the avatar economy. Plus: What the luxury boutique will look like in 10 years Featuring: Andrew Haarsager, Head of Retail Innovation Lab at Cartier (cartier.com) Host: Scott Kerr, Founder & President of Silvertone Consulting About The Luxury Item podcast: The Luxury Item is a podcast on the business of luxury and the people and companies that are shaping the future of the luxury industry. Stay Connected: Twitter: @theluxuryitem, @scott_kerr, @silvertone_inc Email: scott@silvertoneconsulting.com Newsletter: brilliantcut.substack.com Don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review!

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store
Top Growth Mistakes To Avoid in 2022 For DTC Brands

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 42:41


Our guest today is Founder and President of a conversion rate optimization agency responsible for serving massive brands, like Nike, Xerox, and Adobe.Jon MacDonald joins the Wavebreak Podcast to share everything he's learned about growth while running a conversion rate optimization agency for 12 years, and how much of that will matter during unprecedented times in 2022.In this episode you'll learn:The highest frequency conversion rate killers that Jon and his team consistently find when tearing down a new client's ecommerce website. Why tactics are more relevant than you think, but still take a backseat to core tenants and philosophies.How prioritizing user experience could lead to more unexpected growth than chasing the latest trends and tools.Jon MacDonald is Founder and President of The Good, a conversion rate optimization firm turning browsers into buyers for some of the world's largest brands.Join Our Private Email ListOur industry-leading DTC newsletter is trusted by ecommerce and marketing leaders at top brands like Goop, Skims, Cartier, Walmart, and thousands more.Click here to sign up ->Links MentionedThe GoodOpting In To OptimizationLearn more about Wavebreak: the email & CRM agency for high-growth DTC brandsSponsored by KlaviyoKlaviyo — Over 265,000 innovative brands are growing their businesses by listening and understanding to cues from their customers--easily turning that information into valuable marketing messages used to build highly segmented, automated email & SMS campaigns, such as win back campaigns or abandoned cart recovery and more.

OT: The Podcast
Alan Bedwell (Foundwell) on Cartier, clocks and why connoisseurship matters

OT: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 71:21


Today's guest is Alan Bedwell, the antiques expert behind cool curio site Foundwell. We chat to Alan about what it's like growing up in an antique-dealing family and how he ended up looking after Ralph Lauren's antiques, including dog paraphernalia, of all things. From there, Foundwell was formed through a stint at Bergdorf Goodman, and Alan was off to the races. We find out how the scene has changed over the years (hint, cufflinks aren't cool right now), as well as his thoughts on why the watch market is white-hot. We also stray into watch-adjacent territory, talking about why clocks, even those from makers like Cartier and Jaeger-LeCoultre, are under-rated. Before Alan joined the chat, Andy and Felix found the time to talk luxury toaster smartphones, retro-futuristic cars and why Nomos nails watch accessories. This episode is brought to you by NOMOS Glashütte. Today we talk accessories and extras perfect for Christmas. From straps to postage stamps, you can always find something fun at NOMOS. Want to be part of the OT: The Podcast community? Join our Discord! The home of the hot take. Shownotes https://www.otpodcast.com.au/show-notes/s2e57 The Belmuda phone Hyundai Heritage Series Grandeur EV Red Notice on Netflix William Wood Triumph Foundwell Foundwell on Instagram Hermes moneyclip Anthony Elson, the Silversmith Alan couldn't recall off the top of his head The Movado History on Amazon The U.S.A. trilogy by John Dos Passos Fake or Fortune on YouTube   FOLLOW US: https://www.instagram.com/ot.podcast/ https://www.facebook.com/otpodcastau https://www.instagram.com/andygreenlive/ https://www.instagram.com/fkscholz/ Submit an application to our quasi-professional watch matchmaking service, by email: otthepodcast@gmail.com If you liked our podcast - please remember to like/share and subscribe. If you liked our podcast - please remember to like/share and subscribe.

Downtown: The Podcast
Downtown: The Podcast Episode #185

Downtown: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 40:05


Guests: Mark Cartier, Colin Fleming Actor and Beatles blogger Mark S. Cartier discusses the new Peter Jackson documentary, GET BACK. Writer Colin Fleming talks about a Beatles rehearsal version of CRY BABY CRY, a Green Day session at the BBC from 1994, and Orson Welles interpreting John Donne.      

NotBasicBlonde Podcast
Countless Life Skills Your Teachers Never Taught You - Meet Brian Goldstein

NotBasicBlonde Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 15:58


In this episode, my guest Brian Gold Phd and I will be discussing how to develop countless life skills your teachers never taught you like learning how to run a business, how to shoot a guns like a pro, and everything in between. Talking Points: How do you leverage networking in your business? How does helping someone with no-strings-attached help you grow your business? How did you become so successful in sales and marketing; what's your secret weapon? How can we surround ourselves with winners? What's the best advice you'd like to share with aspiring entrepreneurs? Guest Brian Goldstein @briangoldphd a business owner, real estate investor, serial entrepreneur, creative director & professional racing driver. While the list goes on for quite a while, Brian's most notable talent is the passion he brings to each and every project he's involved with. With such a passion and determination, Brian has amassed a level of success that has afforded him a lifestyle that many strive to achieve. After enjoying his lifestyle he has taken on a new passion project, to help as many motivated and hungry people as possible achieve financial freedom and live their dream lifestyle as well. Host Olyasha Novozhylova - NotBasicBlonde @notbasicblonde_ NotBasicBlonde Podcast - @nbbpodcast Olyasha Novozhylova is the founder and creator of Not Basic Blonde, a fashion, and lifestyle blog dedicated to inspiring young women to create an extraordinary style. Graduated from Georgia State University with a BBA in Managerial Sciences, Olyasha successfully built a career in IT/Project Management, before she became a full time blogger. A model, blogger, entrepreneur, author, and celebrity podcast host of NotBasicBlonde Podcast.  As the founder and host of NotBasicBlonde Podcast, where no topic is off limits, Olyasha provides millennials an ultimate guide on entrepreneurship, dating, marketing, self-development, astrology, spirituality, fashion, coaching, beauty, health & wellness. Author of the children's book  Cutie the Unicorn – It's ok to be different, Olyasha teaches our younger generation how to express their individuality. The Russian model led an impressive 15-year career in fashion and runway in Atlanta and overseas, as well as enjoying several acting roles. Now a leading influencer, Olyasha shares her beauty, wellness, and fashion tips with an audience of over half a million.  As seen in YahooFinance, Jezebel magazine, Thrive, Medium, and Fashion Week Online magazines. Olyasha has also partnered with brands such as Cartier, Revolve, PrettyLittleThing, PGA, Steve Madden, Too Faced, Vital Proteins, Tarte, DryBar, Drunk Elephant, etc.  When she's not documenting her travels through the world, Olyasha is busy masterfully educating women how to create iconic looks with a mix of affordable and designer pieces, as well as offering makeup, skincare, and fitness tips to encourage her followers to live their best and most beautiful lives!

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store
The Marketing Metrics That Actually Matter From A $200M+ Revenue Brand with Alex Weinstein from Hungryroot

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 44:05


Alex Weinstein joins the Wavebreak Podcast to talk about the marketing strategies he employs at Hungryroot, a one-click grocery experience that pulled $200 million in revenue this past year.In this episode you'll learn:How Hungryroot better understands its customers through a simple quiz that builds a powerful base for their entire data driven approach.  Which metrics actually matter to your marketing success, and why human economics are the “most important thing” to data driven marketing. How to actually leverage data to challenge assumptions and build your business, rely less on expensive advertising, and zig when everyone else zags.Alex Weinstein is Chief Digital Officer at Hungryroot, your personal grocer, delivering modern, healthy food with recipe and meal planning support.Join Our Private Email ListOur industry-leading DTC newsletter is trusted by ecommerce and marketing leaders at top brands like Goop, Skims, Cartier, Walmart, and thousands more.Click here to sign up ->Links MentionedHungryrootAlex Weinstein WebsiteLearn more about Wavebreak: the email & CRM agency for high-growth DTC brandsSponsored by KlaviyoKlaviyo — Over 265,000 innovative brands are growing their businesses by listening and understanding to cues from their customers--easily turning that information into valuable marketing messages used to build highly segmented, automated email & SMS campaigns, such as win back campaigns or abandoned cart recovery and more.

NotBasicBlonde Podcast
Courage Is Calling - Fortune Favors The Brave - Meet Ryan Holiday

NotBasicBlonde Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 20:25


In this episode, Ryan Holiday and I are discussing so many interesting topics. Talking Points: Ryan, you've written numerous best-selling books at such a young age; how did you do it; what's your secret power? What's the key to a productive life? How can a person write a best-selling book; how's a best-selling book created How can we become courageous? What does it really mean to be a “Stoic” in the twenty-first century? How can we stop ourselves from caring about what others think? Ego is the enemy, but why? How can we attain happiness? Guest Ryan Holiday @ryanholiday is one of the world's foremost thinkers and writers on ancient philosophy and its place in everyday life. He is a sought-after speaker, strategist, and the author of many bestselling books including Courage is Calling - Fortune Favor The Brave, The Obstacle Is the Way; Ego Is the Enemy; and The Daily Stoic. His books have been translated into over 30 languages and sold over two million copies worldwide.  You can follow him @ryanholiday or subscribe to his writing at ryanholiday.net and dailystoic.com. Host Olyasha Novozhylova - NotBasicBlonde @notbasicblonde_ NotBasicBlonde Podcast - @nbbpodcast Olyasha Novozhylova is the founder and creator of Not Basic Blonde, a fashion, and lifestyle blog dedicated to inspiring young women to create an extraordinary style. Graduated from Georgia State University with a BBA in Managerial Sciences, Olyasha successfully built a career in IT/Project Management, before she became a full time blogger. A model, blogger, entrepreneur, author, and celebrity podcast host of NotBasicBlonde Podcast.  As the founder and host of NotBasicBlonde Podcast, where no topic is off limits, Olyasha provides millennials an ultimate guide on entrepreneurship, dating, marketing, self-development, astrology, spirituality, fashion, coaching, beauty, health & wellness. Author of the children's book  Cutie the Unicorn – It's ok to be different, Olyasha teaches our younger generation how to express their individuality. The Russian model led an impressive 15-year career in fashion and runway in Atlanta and overseas, as well as enjoying several acting roles. Now a leading influencer, Olyasha shares her beauty, wellness, and fashion tips with an audience of over half a million.  As seen in YahooFinance, Jezebel magazine, Thrive, Medium, and Fashion Week Online magazines. Olyasha has also partnered with brands such as Cartier, Revolve, PrettyLittleThing, PGA, Steve Madden, Too Faced, Vital Proteins, Tarte, DryBar, Drunk Elephant, etc.  When she's not documenting her travels through the world, Olyasha is busy masterfully educating women how to create iconic looks with a mix of affordable and designer pieces, as well as offering makeup, skincare, and fitness tips to encourage her followers to live their best and most beautiful lives!  

THE IDEALISTS.
#40: Fariel Salahuddin on Innovating the Bartering Economy for the 21st Century

THE IDEALISTS.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 44:10


About Episode: In this episode of The Idealists. (formerly Grit & Grace), host and entrepreneur Melissa Kiguwa interviews Fariel Salahuddin, the founder and CEO of UpTrade, a bartering service that enables rural communities in Pakistan to exchange livestock for solar-powered water pumps and solar home systems. Over 40% of Pakistan lives off the grid and without lights in their homes and electricity to pump water, women can spend up to four hours a day fetching water from distant wells. The BBC calls UpTrade a solution for the desert and after listening to this conversation, you'll understand why. Fariel is both a 2021 TED fellow and a 2019 finalist with Cartier's Women's Initiative. In this episode, this World Bank consultant turned self-described goat herder shares her vision for an inclusive economy that values more than just fiat currency. . . . . In the episode: - Fariel begins the conversation describing how UpTrade works and the ways she gets off-grid, rural communities to opt into bartering their goats for solar water pumps and solar home systems. - She then shares what inspired her to start UpTrade and how her model is based on community and self agency versus traditional charity focused interventions. - Fariel then describes her vision for tech-enabled marketplaces that are not bound by fiat currency. - Fariel ends the episode sharing her vision for rural, unbanked communities to be able to participate in the mainstream economy using the resources they have. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theidealists/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theidealists/support

Cockpits & Cocktails
USAF Brigadier General Brenda Cartier! Limitless?! (Season 2, Episode 19)

Cockpits & Cocktails

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 44:51


USAF Brigadier General Cartier! Your ticket to a limitless life & unimaginable opportunities! YES! Brig Gen Brenda shares her story and her love of the military career she has built with the Air Force.  She did not have big dreams of a military life when she started out but life had a way of presenting opportunities and experiences that she could not ignore.  This commitment turned into something she had not planned and it has allowed unforeseen growth and possibility.  The wisdom she has gained compels her to demonstrate to others how big of a career they can have, no matter what their individual circumstances may be.  There are no limits!

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store
Mastering Retail Without Any Prior Experience with Sterling Jones

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 40:43


Our guest today learned the ins and outs of retail by taking action, despite not having any prior retail experience.Sterling Jones joins the Wavebreak Podcast to share the story of how Jojo's Chocolate—a brand he co-founded with his own Mom—grew into a retail success.In this episode you'll learn:The story of how Jojo—Sterling's Mom—created Jojo's Chocolate in an effort to satisfy her own sugary cravings whilst battling cancer.The priceless retail lessons Sterling learned firsthand, like printing barcode labels that were too small for grocery store clerks to scan.How ‘understanding your customer' can be a true competitive edge, and how to actionably implement.  Sterling Jones is a co-founder of Jojo's Chocolate, deliciously low-sugar dark chocolate made by Momma Jojo while fighting cancer and sugar cravings.Join Our Private Email ListOur industry-leading DTC newsletter is trusted by ecommerce and marketing leaders at top brands like Goop, Skims, Cartier, Walmart, and thousands more.Click here to sign up ->Links MentionedJojo's ChocolateLearn more about Wavebreak: the email & CRM agency for high-growth DTC brandsSponsored by KlaviyoKlaviyo — Over 265,000 innovative brands are growing their businesses by listening and understanding to cues from their customers--easily turning that information into valuable marketing messages used to build highly segmented, automated email & SMS campaigns, such as win back campaigns or abandoned cart recovery and more.

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
Ep 354 - What do we know about Irish drugs raid?

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 28:52


Nick is joined by broadcaster Cornelius Lysaght to discuss the day's latest national and international racing news. They lead today with the story of the drugs raid carried out Tuesday in Co. Kildare by officials from Ireland's Department of Agriculture, the Gardai and IHRB. They also look back on the winners of last night's Cartier awards, with a contribution from Trueshan's co-owner Andrew Gemmell, discuss the main points that emerged from yesterday's "Let's Talk About Race" webinar, and debate the significance of another very small field high profile race at Cheltenham. Later in this edition, Nick catches up with young trainer Toby Lawes, who has his first two runners at Cheltenham tomorrow, while World Horse Welfare CEO Roly Owers gives details of today's crucial annual conference.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 354 - What do we know about Irish drugs raid?

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 28:52


Nick is joined by broadcaster Cornelius Lysaght to discuss the day's latest national and international racing news. They lead today with the story of the drugs raid carried out Tuesday in Co. Kildare by officials from Ireland's Department of Agriculture, the Gardai and IHRB. They also look back on the winners of last night's Cartier awards, with a contribution from Trueshan's co-owner Andrew Gemmell, discuss the main points that emerged from yesterday's "Let's Talk About Race" webinar, and debate the significance of another very small field high profile race at Cheltenham. Later in this edition, Nick catches up with young trainer Toby Lawes, who has his first two runners at Cheltenham tomorrow, while World Horse Welfare CEO Roly Owers gives details of today's crucial annual conference.

Fifth Wrist Radio
R&R - Cartier Michael Jackson Glove

Fifth Wrist Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 178:39


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NotBasicBlonde Podcast
Expectation Hangover: Overcoming Disappointments in Work, Love, and Life - Meet Christine Hassler

NotBasicBlonde Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 43:42


In this episode, my guest Christine Hassler and I are discussing so many important topics. Talking points: Please tell us more about Expectation Hangover? How can we avoid feeling regret over lost chances? How can a person feeling broken and helpless improve their circumstances? If we are under pressure, is it a sign that we are undergoing spiritual awakening; what's spiritual awakening actually feels like? People think that surrendering to our circumstances is an act of accepting defeat; what do you have to say about it? Our society isn't perfect; many wrongs are happening all the time. How do we decide when to speak up and when to let go?   High-performance coaches vilify taking a break or resting for a bit. What's your opinion on this? How can we stop emotional suppression? How can we stop others from damaging our self-worth? How can we break the barriers that we've built around our hearts because of bad experiences? Guest Christine Hassler @christinehassler is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, master coach, and podcast host who is committed to guiding people and organizations into their highest potential. She left her successful job as a Hollywood agent at 25 to pursue a life she could be passionate about . . . but it did not come easily. After being inspired by her own unexpected challenges and experiences, she realized her journey was indeed her destination. Today Christine leads seminars and workshops to audiences around the country. Christine has appeared as an expert on The Today Show, CNN, ABC, CBS, FOX, E!, Style and PBS, as well as various local television and radio shows, speaking about generation diversity, millennials, resilience, leadership, life balance and “Expectation Hangovers®” – a phenomenon she identified and trademarked. Host Olyasha Novozhylova - NotBasicBlonde @notbasicblonde_ NotBasicBlonde Podcast - @nbbpodcast Olyasha Novozhylova is the founder and creator of Not Basic Blonde, a fashion, and lifestyle blog dedicated to inspiring young women to create an extraordinary style. Graduated from Georgia State University with a BBA in Managerial Sciences, Olyasha successfully built a career in IT/Project Management, before she became a full time blogger. A model, blogger, entrepreneur, author, and celebrity podcast host of NotBasicBlonde Podcast.  As the founder and host of NotBasicBlonde Podcast, where no topic is off limits, Olyasha provides millennials an ultimate guide on entrepreneurship, dating, marketing, self-development, astrology, spirituality, fashion, coaching, beauty, health & wellness. Author of the children's book  Cutie the Unicorn – It's ok to be different, Olyasha teaches our younger generation how to express their individuality. The Russian model led an impressive 15-year career in fashion and runway in Atlanta and overseas, as well as enjoying several acting roles. Now a leading influencer, Olyasha shares her beauty, wellness, and fashion tips with an audience of over half a million.  As seen in YahooFinance, Jezebel magazine, Thrive, Medium, and Fashion Week Online magazines. Olyasha has also partnered with brands such as Cartier, Revolve, PrettyLittleThing, PGA, Steve Madden, Too Faced, Vital Proteins, Tarte, DryBar, Drunk Elephant, etc.  When she's not documenting her travels through the world, Olyasha is busy masterfully educating women how to create iconic looks with a mix of affordable and designer pieces, as well as offering makeup, skincare, and fitness tips to encourage her followers to live their best and most beautiful lives!

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store
End of Year Marketing Playbook & 2022 Sneak Peek

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 16:47


In this episode, Dylan talks about the end of year marketing playbook and a 2022 sneak peak.Join Our Private Email ListOur industry-leading DTC newsletter is trusted by ecommerce and marketing leaders at top brands like Goop, Skims, Cartier, Walmart, and thousands more.Click here to sign up ->Links MentionedLearn more about Wavebreak: the email & CRM agency for high-growth DTC brandsSponsored by KlaviyoKlaviyo — Over 265,000 innovative brands are growing their businesses by listening and understanding to cues from their customers--easily turning that information into valuable marketing messages used to build highly segmented, automated email & SMS campaigns, such as win back campaigns or abandoned cart recovery and more.

NotBasicBlonde Podcast
How To Create Lasting Changes In Your Life - Meet Mike Chabot

NotBasicBlonde Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 43:11


In this episode, my guest Mike Chabot and I are discussing so many hot topics! Talking Points: How to achieve and maintain optimal wellbeing  You mentioned energy is everything? What does it mean to you? Did you have a spiritual awakening? Some people start but fail to maintain a workout routine, your best advice on how to stay on a top of it How to maintain a healthy nutrition with busy lifestyle The best exercise routine for beginners?  In your workout system, what are the key elements? Guest  Mike Chabot @mikechabotfitness  is a Personal Trainer, Entrepreneur and Influencer and founder of #mikechabotfitness, a full-service digital training helping clients across the world. Mike is also a prolific model, done over 200 Book Covers, worked with Several brands and motivating people everywhere. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mikechabotfitness/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mikechabotfitness/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/mikechabot Snapchat: mike.chabot Website: https://mikechabot.ca/ Hire me as your trainer: https://mikechabot.ca/shop/   Host Olyasha Novozhylova - NotBasicBlonde @notbasicblonde_ NotBasicBlonde Podcast - @nbbpodcast Olyasha Novozhylova is the founder and creator of Not Basic Blonde, a fashion, and lifestyle blog dedicated to inspiring young women to create an extraordinary style. Graduated from Georgia State University with a BBA in Managerial Sciences, Olyasha successfully built a career in IT/Project Management, before she became a full time blogger. A model, blogger, entrepreneur, author, and celebrity podcast host of NotBasicBlonde Podcast.  As the founder and host of NotBasicBlonde Podcast, where no topic is off limits, Olyasha provides millennials an ultimate guide on entrepreneurship, dating, marketing, self-development, astrology, spirituality, fashion, coaching, beauty, health & wellness. Author of the children's book  Cutie the Unicorn – It's ok to be different, Olyasha teaches our younger generation how to express their individuality. The Russian model led an impressive 15-year career in fashion and runway in Atlanta and overseas, as well as enjoying several acting roles. Now a leading influencer, Olyasha shares her beauty, wellness, and fashion tips with an audience of over a million.  As seen in YahooFinance, Jezebel magazine, Thrive, Medium, and Fashion Week Online magazines. Olyasha has also partnered with brands such as Cartier, Revolve, PrettyLittleThing, PGA, Steve Madden, Too Faced, Vital Proteins, Tarte, DryBar, Drunk Elephant, etc.  When she's not documenting her travels through the world, Olyasha is busy masterfully educating women how to create iconic looks with a mix of affordable and designer pieces, as well as offering makeup, skincare, and fitness tips to encourage her followers to live their best and most beautiful lives!

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store
The Future of Ecommerce Marketing with Kady Srinivasan

Wavebreak Podcast: Grow Your Shopify Store

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 36:08


Our guest today was a key player in growing a smart baby monitor company from 50 million dollars to over 100 million dollars—during the pandemic. Kady Srinivasan joins the Wavebreak Podcast to talk about how she's applied her experience working brand-side to her new SVP of Marketing role at Klaviyo, and what she's telling Klaviyo customers about how they should be reacting to the current marketing landscape.  In this episode you'll learn:What to do when marketers are anxious, playbooks aren't working, and brands need massive change in response to a fluid marketing landscape.Why Kady agrees you don't just need to have an email program, you need to have a best-in-class email program, and a real example of what that looks like.How building a system that personalizes experiences at scale via email is leading to a 122x return from email for Klaviyo customers.Kady Srinivasan is the SVP of Marketing at Klaviyo and comes off of the heels of running ecommerce marketing for Owlet, a direct-to-consumer smart baby monitor company, which she helped to grow from 50 million dollars to over 100 million dollars during the pandemic. Prior to that, she ran marketing for Dropbox and Electronic Arts.Join Our Private Email ListOur industry-leading DTC newsletter is trusted by ecommerce and marketing leaders at top brands like Goop, Skims, Cartier, Walmart, and thousands more.Click here to sign up ->Links MentionedKlaviyoLearn more about Wavebreak: the email & CRM agency for high-growth DTC brandsSponsored by KlaviyoKlaviyo — Over 265,000 innovative brands are growing their businesses by listening and understanding to cues from their customers--easily turning that information into valuable marketing messages used to build highly segmented, automated email & SMS campaigns, such as win back campaigns or abandoned cart recovery and more.

Hyper Conscious Podcast
#769 - Leveling Up Your Self Awareness with Amina ALTai

Hyper Conscious Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 24:28


In today's episode, hosts Kevin Palmieri and Alan Lazaros talk with Almina AlTai. She is a Mindset and Holistic Leadership Coach about being self-aware as you transition to your next level. She also shares her struggle with grappling with a fast-paced career and two autoimmune diseases, her meditation practices to start her day, and more.Amina AlTai is a holistic business and mindset coach and corporate trainer. She is the first social entrepreneur to successfully create a methodology that supports the health of a business and its people at the same time. After starting her career in marketing at the illustrious jewelry brand Cartier, she co-founded a marketing agency specifically to support emerging and growth-stage brands. After 7+ years working on brands ranging from Samsung to Avene, MdSolarSciences, and Supersmile and helping to launch over 30 start-ups, she led marketing efforts for Spafinder Wellness, the largest media and marketing company in the wellness space. She later took a post at Bliss as head brand integration—overseeing the product, spa, and E-commerce businesses, continuing her track record of rapid growth and exponential success.She's coached hundreds of entrepreneurs on her proprietary methodology designed to support a thriving mind, body, and business. Progressive companies such as Deloitte, Outdoor Voices, NYU, and HUGE have partnered with Amina for training that breaks the mold and makes a difference. She's an Entrepreneur Magazine expert-in-residence. Meanwhile, millions of readers tune into her work via destinations like Thrive Global, MindbodyGreen, The Observer, Spafinder & Barry's Bootcamp, Yahoo, Bustle, Byrdie, and more.You can find her at:Website: https://aminaaltai.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aminaaltai/IG: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aminaaltai/Group coaching details: https://nextleveluniverse.com/group-coaching/We love connecting with you guys! Reach out on LinkedIn, Instagram, or via emailWebsite

HODINKEE Radio
Talkin' Shop With Ben Clymer and Russell Kelly

HODINKEE Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 53:52


The push into pre-owned and the future of watch enthusiasm.3:55 Hodinkee Pre-owned 6:20 Crown and Caliber 31:29 Akrivia 35:20 F.P. Journe 43:40 Cartier 47:30 321 Ed White Speedmaster 48:40 Roger W. Smith watches  49:32 Oura Ring  51:09 The Heuer Skipper

The Chop with Latrice Royale & Manila Luzon
Drag Race Holland S2E8 "Grand Finale" (w/ Vanessa Van Cartier)

The Chop with Latrice Royale & Manila Luzon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 47:49


Latrice and Manila are joined by Drag Race Holland Season 2 Winner Vanessa Van Cartier to chat the finale of Drag Race Holland! They chat that iconic lipsync, the gold finale look, Vivaldi's phone drama, farts and Vanessa's crowning!Listen to The Chop Ad-Free AND One Day Early on Forever Dog PlusSend us an e-mail at latriceandmanila@gmail.com!FOLLOW MANILAhttps://twitter.com/manilaluzonhttps://www.instagram.com/manilaluzon/https://www.facebook.com/manilaluzonfanpage/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Uz1U1ZS_2wtII3hYiB-rQFOLLOW LATRICEhttps://twitter.com/LatriceRoyalehttps://www.instagram.com/latriceroyale/https://www.facebook.com/LatriceRoyaleInc/https://www.latriceroyale.com/THE CHOP IS A FOREVER DOG AND MOGULS OF MEDIA (M.O.M.) PODCASTSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.