Welcome to the Oil and Gas Onshore podcast — brought to you by TechnipFMC on the Oil and Gas Global Network, the largest and most listened-to podcast network for the oil and energy industry. In this episode, Justin sits down with Alex Gras, Chief Commercial Officer at the Cannon to discuss Flexible Workspace and Entrepreneur Network Solutions. Alex also discusses his journey from his successful time at Tenaris to completely switching careers to help the Cannon with their overall mission. LinkedIn profile link: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexandergras/ Website link: http://www.thecannon.com/ We'd like to highlight some fascinating technology provided by our sponsor, TechnipFMC. Their new and integrated iComplete™ ecosystem is digitally enabled and delivers efficiency benefits by dramatically reducing components and connections while simultaneously providing real-time data to operators about the #wellpad operations. TechnipFMC is continuing to push the limits in order to achieve full frac automation. To discover more about all the benefits of iComplete™ click the link in the show notes or check them out on linkedin: https://lnkd.in/eeSVvcc TechnipFMC Giveaway https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/pcEvkKz/OGGN Ogio Dome duffle bag Yeti 20 oz purple tumbler Executive power bank Columbia neck gator AcePods 2.0 - True Wireless Stereo (TWS) Bluetooth Ear Buds More Oil and Gas Global Network Podcasts OGGN.com OGGN Street Team LinkedIn Group OGGN on Social LinkedIn Group | LinkedIn Company Page | Facebook | modalpoint | OGGN OGGN Events Get notified each month Justin Gauthier LinkedIn
In this episode of our executive series we are joined by Greg Butler of Cresco Labs. Greg is Cresco's Chief Commercial Officer and has a wide ranging background including pharma, private equity and alcohol. In this interview we discuss: - Greg's Origins: How he got started in cannabis and why he chose Cresco Labs - Alcohol vs Cannabis: how the industries are different and how they are similar - Competitive Threat: How Big Beer is tracking the cannabis industry - Industry Evolution: how cannabis is changing as it gets more competitive - Building a Cannabis Brand: what it means, what matters and what's changing - Financials: What will drive growth ahead for Cresco - Being the "Partner of Choice": How Cresco is positioning itself for the future of the industry - Investment and Acquisitions: What big CPG will look for when it comes time to partner with an MSO Thank you to Greg for joining us for this interview!
2004 Farmer School graduate Mark Rappaport tells FSB dean Jenny Darroch about the reasons he seeks "hills to run up," the importance of self awareness, and why you probably shouldn't schedule 8am meetings with him.
Guest Raghav “Rags” Gupta is an entrepreneur, operator, investor and author of the bestselling One to Ten: Finding Your Way from Startup to Scaleup. He currently serves as President of Butlr, a wireless motion sensing platform that generates privacy-compliant, anonymous data for physical space management. Corporate real estate, senior living and wellness facilities, and retail spaces use Butlr to detect occupancy, headcount and activity, and generate accurate, real-time and historical spatial insights. Gupta is also a venture partner at Hyperplane.vc, and board member at Dvinci, in addition to being an active angel investor with TBD Angels. Prior to Butlr, Gupta worked with dozens of VC-backed companies which achieved multiple exits. He was part of the founding management team at Brightcove, helping it grow to IPO; Chief Commercial Officer at Videoplaza, acquired by Telstra; GM EMEA at Ooyala; and COO at Humatics, the breakthrough microlocation startup. Readers with seed or pre-seed startups are encouraged to reach out to Gupta at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“It's tough to make predictions, especially about the future.” ― Yogi Berra Yet that never stops us from asking our "crystal ball" questions to our guests like Axiom's Chief Commercial Officer, David Pierce. Some of the traits that David believes will make for successful businesses and people include: Emphasis on creativity and great imaginations Make it clear that everyone's health and safety are top priorities through clear communication and transparent efforts Be flexible on work environments with clear policies Lay out clear business missions and objectives and make it clear what role each person plays in helping accomplish that mission We also dive into Axiom's mission and the role that David has played over the past few years. As well as David dropping some knowledge about Yellow Loading Zones he learned in law school. Contact Us Twitter: @gebauerm or @glambert. Voicemail: 713-487-7270 Email: email@example.com. Music: As always, the great music you hear on the podcast is from Jerry David DeCicca. Transcript is available on 3 Geeks and a Law Blog
S1E6: Enabling Family Chief Health Officer host Dr. Nick talks to Kristin Begley, Chief Commercial Officer for Wildflower Health. Does the healthcare system know you? Do they really know you in the same way that Amazon, Pandora or Netflix does? Are you like me and find yourself drawn to the ‘recommended for you' section on websites to see what else might be of interest or relevant to your life and world? In healthcare the system is not only tone deaf but many times a one size fits all approach with little customization. The family Chief Health Officer is an integral part of solving our health and wellness problems. For many of the underserved communities and groups like the Medicare mums by the time any support services and groups are aware the opportunity to intervene and make a difference might be long past. Finding these individuals early enough and identifying their personal Chief Health Officer in their family group, connecting the dots, and empowering these individuals makes for better health, better outcomes and lower costs of care. Your better pill to swallow is to enable the positive impact of the family network in your health community. If that's your family then supporting and integrating that individual to empower them. For healthcare systems and payors, it means facilitating that network. Drop the barriers, oftentimes placed in the false name of HIPAA – if the individual authorizes access of their information to someone else, another system or partner that process has to be so easy even a 5 year old could do it and it has to happen quickly. To stream our Station live 24/7 visit www.HealthcareNOWRadio.com or ask your Smart Device to “….Play HealthcareNOW Radio”. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen
In this special episode, four experts from the delivery world join me to talk about the trends that are bubbling beneath the surface… for now! Mike Richmond, Chief Commercial Officer at Doddle, discusses: Pressure points on e-commerce delivery: Supply chain problems and growing costs Increased rates of e-commerce returns Last mile capacity management Increasing value of including PUDO in delivery networks E-commerce returns The need to better understand customers Driving savings via digital returns Lack of delivery options at checkout Delivery companies undervaluing their importance to customer conversion at checkout Nudge theory - check episode 171 of the Postal Hub Podcast for more Wayne Haubner, CTO at Escher, covers: What digital transformation means for the postal and parcel sector: Automation, data, and the customer experience Going from “delivery point” mentality to “customer” mentality Moving from customer information being stored in employee's minds to a digital system New postal services Using automation to reduce costs David Spottiswood, co-founder at Hurricane Commerce, joins me to cover: Legislative changes in 2021 affecting cross-border delivery Automating cross-border data exchange Impact on low value cross-border parcel volumes Are e-commerce retailers collecting and using the right data for cross-border purchases? Are customs authorities doing the right thing? Reducing needless returns HS code database update Bertrand Späth, co-founder at Kizy Tracking, discusses: Predictability of delivery Last mile capacity management The delivery of everything! Delivery of pharmaceuticals
In this episode, we are talking about computing in space again. If you listened to episode 49, with Exo-Space, you already know a little about this topic. This week, my guest is Steve Good, Chief Commercial Officer of Ramon Space, another company focused on computing in space. If you have comments or questions about the episode, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or post them on our Twitter (@podcast_space). If you enjoy the show, please leave us a review on your favorite podcast app - we highly appreciate it! The Space Business Podcast is sponsored by NanoAvionics and produced in partnership with the International Space University (ISU). Follow the podcast on Twitter @podcast_space If you got interested in learning more about the business opportunities in space, check out my online course at https://www.udemy.com/course/space-entrepreneurship/ If you speak German, also check out my recently published introductory book on the space economy. Timestamps: 0:00 Intro 1:58 Elevator Pitch 4:33 The current state of computing in space 8:27 Availability of more advanced hardware in space 14:55 Ramon's products 17:13 Radiation 20:47 Sales 24:44 Ramon strategy 28:52 Hosted payloads 34:15 Vision 36:42 Space certification time vs hardware cycle 39:15 Favorite use cases 42:43 Sci-Fi
We often refer to “the business” when we are trying to ensure that we take a larger perspective on procurement's work. But at the end of the day, “the business” is made up of many individuals, each one of them is a different type of procurement stakeholder. We want to share more stakeholder voices because procurement is always at risk of misunderstanding or misinterpreting what they really need from us. At Mastermind LIVE Fall 2021, Philip Ideson moderated a session with Chet Patel, Chief Commercial Officer and President of the Americas at BT, and Cyril Pourrat, CPO at BT Sourced, BT's procurement services company. Art of Procurement has had a front row seat to watch the transformation of the BT Sourced enterprise procurement team, one that we believe is setting the standard for the future of procurement. In this session, focused on stakeholder collaboration, we got to hear: What a procurement digital transformation journey looks and feels like to stakeholders observing from the outside How closely related partnership with the business and partnership with suppliers are for procurement How procurement can establish themselves as a trusted advisor to the business - even when that means telling them ‘no'
Dr Ronald Whelan, Chief Commercial Officer at Discovery Health With the Omicron variant driving over 90% of all the infections in the current wave of infections. What have we learned about this variant and the effectiveness of our current vaccines on this strain See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Swap.com's Chief Commercial Officer, Antonio Gallizio, joins Coruzant Technologies for the Digital Executive podcast. He shares how his career catapulted when presented with opportunities, and being at the right place at the right time.
Throwing it back to a classic episode! Michael Roch is a Zurich-based software entrepreneur and advisor to Managing Partners and CEOs, who has been consulting for over 20 years to law and professional services firms in the US, UK, Europe, Africa, and Asia. He is the founder and managing partner of a global consulting boutique for the last ten years, and is the Partner and Chief Commercial Officer in allianceboard, an alliance management technology. His early career was as a CPA and attorney, and he's currently finishing a DBA on alliance management. In this episode, Michael and Lindsay cover a range of topics from whether law firms should be concentrating on existing clients or new business development, opportunities for law firm leadership, and how firms deal with the sticky issues around payment and pricing.
Shippers are only as good as their carrier relationships. Ryan Schreiber, Vice President of Industry & Growth at CarrierDirect, and Drew Herpich, Chief Commercial Officer at Nolan Transportation Group, discuss all of the strategies involved with sourcing new carriers and building the relationships needed to build a world class carrier network. Follow FreightWaves on Apple PodcastsFollow FreightWaves on SpotifyMore FreightWaves PodcastsJoin the Domestic Supply Chain Summit
Shippers are only as good as their carrier relationships. Ryan Schreiber, Vice President of Industry & Growth at CarrierDirect, and Drew Herpich, Chief Commercial Officer at Nolan Transportation Group, discuss all of the strategies involved with sourcing new carriers and building the relationships needed to build a world class carrier network.Follow FreightWaves on Apple PodcastsFollow FreightWaves on SpotifyMore FreightWaves PodcastsJoin the Domestic Supply Chain Summit
Sarah Müller is Chief Commercial Officer at zolar, and formerly Managing Director of Kununu. Their mission is to build a solar plant on every roof in the world. Zolar enables homeowners to produce their own green electricity and at the same time make an active contribution to climate protection. Sarah is responsible for the development and expansion of the sales organization of the fast-growing start-ups with a focus on strong scaling of Marketing and Sales. During this podcast episode, Ben sits down with Sarah to discuss Sarah's career history, employer branding and why it's so important for businesses to get right; as well as practical advice on how to measure employer branding, and what we can expect to see in the future for Zolar.
In episode 89 of the Customers Who Click podcast, I had an amazing conversation with Paul Davis, Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) of ShoeSize.Me, which is an AI-based shoe sales assistant for the e-commerce market. In this conversation, we talk about the customer journey and the impact of providing customers with alternatives.
Inaccurate forecasts haunting you?Diego Panama, Chief Commercial Officer at LiveRamp, has dialed in his team's forecasting and they're experiencing earth-shattering results. Before, forecasts were iffy at best, but now the team is able to predict the outcome of deals with incredible accuracy. Their key to success? Focusing on the customer journey. This means forecasting based on customer signals rather than the sales team's actions.Not only does this method center customers, but it also leads to more accurate forecasts. It helps your sales team direct their energy and allows your executives to plan more effectively.Key Takeaways:06:06 - 08:01 Why forecasting is important, and the risks that come along with it09:16 - 12:35 3 Components to forecasting16:04 - 18:36 The challenges in forecasting19:26 - 19:59 Data Breakout: Forecast accuracy20:13 - 21:27 How to increase your forecast accuracy22:03 - 24:57 The importance of narrowing the gender gap in the workplace26:36 - 27:30 Micro Action: Understanding your sales cycleWant to explore Revenue Intelligence for your org? It starts here: https://www.gong.io/revenue-intelligence/Connect with Devin Reed: https://www.linkedin.com/in/devinreed/Connect with Sheena Badani: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sheenabadani/Connect with Diego Panama: https://www.linkedin.com/in/diegopanama/
Inflation and supply chain shortages will continue through the rest of 2021 and likely into the new year with consumer demand outpacing supply. The Rockport Company is leveraging First Insight's predictive analytics solution and real-time voice-of-customer price elasticity data to optimize their assortments and pricing to effectively navigate the supply chain disruption and inflation resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Hear from Lisa Laich, Chief Marketing Officer and Steven Holt, President at The Rockport Company, and Jim Shea, Chief Commercial Officer of First Insight, one of the world's leading Experience Management (XM) platforms that empowers companies to incorporate the Voice of the Customer through the use of online consumer engagement tools.
Ben Wright discusses the opportunities open to all sports but in particular football. How does he balance the traditions of the sport and the expectations of the consumers (fans) with the commercial realities? Why do brands want to partner with football? It used to be simply a logo on the team shirt and a perimeter advert but advances in technology have opened up many possibilities. Fans consume the game in many more ways than simply attending the match. How important is the role of media rights holders and how might that change in the future? Rory fails to convince Ben that the goals should be made bigger!On Brand is sponsored by ALFInsight. More more details about the marketing data and information available from ALFInsight visit www.alfinsight.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week, we're bringing you the highlights from our recent live event featuring companies providing and using near real time hazard data to speed up claims handling, reduce costs and provide more accurate underwriting. Data is only any good if it can be easily embedded in the workflow - so we get practical and specific with all our guests to explore real case studies and challenges they have overcome. Matthew leads off talking to CEO and founder of ICEYE Rafal Modrzewski and Head of Insurance Solutions Lisa Wardlaw. Extracts follow from: Forbes McKenzie, CEO, McKenzie Intelligence Services Alun Jones, Chief Commercial Officer, Addresscloud Andrew Smith, Chief Operations Officer, Fathom Jonathon Hopper, Claims Manager, Atrium Underwriters Colin Masson, Head of First Party Complex Claims, Beazley Gethin Jones, Co-Founder & Executive Director, Skyline Partners Talking points include: Using radar satellite imaging technology to assess flood depths at individual building level Tracking climate risks and risk movements in near real time The potential and future role of parametric insurance for property risks How new data and technology is improving climate change models Using real time data to make faster claims payments If you would like to hear more about the companies featured on this episode, click the links above to see additional content on their InsTech London member profiles. Additional podcast episodes are also available for ICEYE, McKenzie Intelligence Services, Fathom, Atrium Underwriters and Skyline Partners. If you like what you're hearing, please leave us a review on whichever platform you use or contact Matthew Grant on LinkedIn. Sign up to our newsletter for a fresh view on the world every Wednesday morning. Continuing Professional Development - Learning Objectives InsTech London is accredited by The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII). By listening to any InsTech London podcast or reading the accompanying transcript, you can claim up to 0.5 hours towards the CII member CPD scheme. The Learning Objectives for this podcast are: Understand some of the ways that innovation is changing the claims process for climate risk Compare sources of hazard data and uncover its importance in the claims process Learn how better monitoring of hazard data could help improve the customer experience If your organisation is a member of InsTech London and you would like to receive a quarterly summary of the CPD hours you have earned, visit the Episode 167 page of the InsTech London website or email email@example.com to let us know you have listened to this podcast. To help us measure the impact of the learning, we would be grateful if you would take a minute to complete a quick feedback survey.
Gregory J. Divis serves as Avadel's Chief Executive Officer and a member of Avadel's Board of Directors. Greg was appointed CEO in June of 2019, after previously serving in several leadership roles within the company, including Chief Operating Officer, Executive Vice President, and Chief Commercial Officer. Greg brings over 30 years of experience in building and leading business and financial operations within the pharmaceutical industry. Prior to joining Avadel, Greg served as an Executive in Residence at Linden Capital Partners, a healthcare-focused private equity firm. He also served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Lumara Health, a specialty branded pharmaceutical company focused on women's health. Prior to Lumara, Greg held general management, sales, marketing, and business development roles at Schering-Plough, which was acquired by Merck & Co., Inc., and Sanofi-Aventis. Greg earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Iowa.
This week: Rick Deurloo, Chief Commercial Officer, Pratt & Whitney unveils GTF Advantage engine; Thanksgiving travel recap; The Omicron variant - now what? A crackdown on unruly passengers; Listener Q on our David Neeleman interview re: start-up routes; Complaint: Southwest sale fares only available on web - Fine or Whine? An IATA shout-out.
Our expert hosts, Benjamin Ensor and Deepa Anikhindi, are joined by some great guests to talk about the most notable fintech, financial services and banking news from the past week. This week's guests include: Polly Jean Harrison, Features Editor, The Fintech Times David Cunningham, Chief Commercial Officer, Lextego With soundclips from: Viktor Nebehaj, CMO, Freetrade Mark Mullen, CEO, Atom Bank Jamie Campbell, Co-Founder, Fronted We cover the following stories from the fintech and financial services space: Freetrade raises crowdfunding at £650m valuation (soundclip from Viktor Nebehaj, CMO, Freetrade) - 3:15 Payhawk raises €99 million to expand payments and expenses solution - 14:25 Irish banks commit €5 million to payment app joint venture Synch - 23:25 Atom Bank moves to a four-day week (soundclip from Mark Mullen, CEO, Atom Bank) - 35:20 Mode Global shares sink after Ocado, Boots and Homebase deny involvement in bitcoin scheme (soundclip from Jamie Campbell, Co-Founder, Fronted) - 45:40 India's Paytm Tumbles Another 13% After First-Day IPO Flop - 46:40 Fronted launches ‘Lifetime Deposit' lending product with the help of fresh £20m funding (soundclip from Jamie Campbell, Co-Founder, Fronted) - 48:25 Nike teams up with Roblox to create a virtual world called Nikeland - 51.20 This episode is sponsored by Primer. Primer is the world's first automation platform for payments. With Primer, merchants and developers have all the underlying infrastructure and "lego blocks" they need to build the best buying experiences for their customers. Learn more and book a demo at primer.io (https://primer.io/?utmsource=11fs&utmmedium=referral&utmcampaign=fintechinsider_) This episode is sponsored by SAS. SAS help their customers make banking simple, safe and rewarding for everyone. They support banks in their goal to treat every customer as an individual. Combining data from across the bank with external information and real-time context delivers unique insight and a deep understanding of customer needs. By applying this insight at the right time via the right channel, SAS help make every customer engagement with the bank a relevant, valuable, and seamless experience. SAS enables banks to embed real-time intelligence in every interaction, helping them make smarter, faster decisions that transform customer experience. To find out more, visit. https://www.sas.com Fintech Insider by 11:FS is a podcast dedicated to all things fintech, banking, technology and financial services. Hosted by a rotation of 11:FS experts including David Brear, Simon Taylor and Jason Bates, who are joined by a range of brilliant guests. We cover the latest global news, bring you interviews from industry experts or take a deep dive into subject matters such as APIs, AI or digital banking. If you enjoyed this episode, don't forget to subscribe and please leave a review Follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/fintechinsiders where you can ask the hosts questions, alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org! Special Guests: Dave Cunningham, Deepa Anikhindi, Jamie Campbell, Mark Mullen, Polly Jean Harrison, and Viktor Nebehaj.
Can a global array of CO2-sucking machines save us from the worst ravages of climate change? This episode is the first in an ESG Insider miniseries about new carbon-removal technology. This week we examine a method called Direct Air Capture, or DAC Right now, DAC is expensive and only at the nascent stages of development. But there's growing support from entrepreneurs and some large companies to deploy the approach on an industrial scale. In this episode, we interview Steve Oldham, CEO of a Canadian company called Carbon Engineering, which is building a giant carbon-sucking plant in America's oil-rich Permian Basin. Oldham explains how the technology works; why his company almost shut its doors; and why it now has the backing of Bill Gates and a host of fossil fuel companies, including Occidental, BHP and Chevron. We also talk to Daniel Egger, Chief Commercial Officer of Swiss firm Climeworks. The clean tech company recently switched on the world's largest DAC plant in Iceland. A smaller DAC plant run by Climeworks in Switzerland already sells the CO2 it extracts to greenhouses and to Coca-Cola, which uses the gas to put the fizz in its namesake drink. Our third guest is Stuart Haszeldine of the University of Edinburgh, which describes him as the world's first official professor of carbon capture and storage. Haszeldine explains how DAC technology can help remove the large volumes of CO2 that humans have pumped into the air since the Industrial Revolution. He also points out that, despite recent progress on DAC technology, most politicians and policymakers have yet to back the idea because it “seems to promise magic out of thin air.” Photo credit: Getty Images
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A New Model for Grocery Delivery with Sean Coakley Sean Coakley and Joe Lynch discuss a new model for grocery delivery. Sean is the Chief Commercial Officer of Capstone Logistics, a leading provider of technology-enabled warehouse services, freight management, and last mile distribution solutions. About Sean Coakley Sean Coakley is the Chief Commercial Officer of Capstone Logistics, a leading provider of technology-enabled warehouse services, freight management, and last mile distribution solutions. He is responsible for helping the company continue its rapid growth across its end-to-end logistics services offering. Previously, Sean held supply chain operations, design, consulting, and sales roles with companies such as EDS, Arthur Anderson, Ryder, and Kenco. He received his bachelor's degree from Michigan State University and a master's degree in International Business Administration from Central Michigan University. About Capstone Logistics Capstone Logistics is the leader in providing specialized, technology-enabled solutions for the most challenging supply chains. Powered by an interconnected platform, Capstone creates end-to-end efficiencies and cost-savings that help suppliers, distributors, and retailers exceed customer expectations. From performance-driven labor solutions to high-touch transportation and fulfillment, Capstone delivers the scale, accountability, and continuity that enables modern supply chains to compete in an ever-evolving environment. Key Takeaways: A New Model for Grocery Delivery Sean Coakley is the Chief Commercial Officer of Capstone Logistics, a leading provider of technology-enabled warehouse services, freight management, and last mile distribution solutions. In the podcast interview, Sean and Joe discuss the new model for grocery delivery, which might also be called the “revenge of the retailers.” Prior to the pandemic, grocery retailers were slowly dipping their toes into ecommerce and grocery delivery. The sales and associated infrastructure were very small. The pandemic changed everything for grocery retailers – suddenly, consumers wanted to order their groceries online and get them delivered. Many grocery retailers didn't have their own ecommerce sites, fulfillment, and delivery services. Enter the grocery delivery services like Shipt, Instacart, and others who provide a ready-made solution for the grocery delivery challenge. These companies provide the consumer interface, ecommerce technology, integrations, and personal shoppers perfect for grocery retailers who wanted to accommodate their house-bound customers. Consumers loved it – a record amount of consumers took advantage of this wonderful new service. Grocery shopping will never be the same and research suggests that 20% of groceries will be sold online by 2025. The only problem is grocery retailers don't like it. They no longer have a direct relationship with their customers who use the grocery apps. They also lose control of the data and the customer experience. Worst of all, many grocery retailers lose money on home delivery transactions. A new model for grocery delivery has emerged. Grocery retailers are creating their own ecommerce sites and partnering with logistics companies to manage fulfillment and delivery. The new model has promise because grocery retailers will own the customer relationship and experience along with valuable data and insights. Best of all, grocery stores can be profitable on their fastest growing customer segment – home delivery. Additionally, the logistics providers will optimize the fulfillment and delivery service under a white label service. All communication, personnel, and vehicles carry the grocery store brand. Capstone's Last Mile service has the operational expertise and technology that gives grocery retailers an advantage over crowd-sourced delivery apps. Their solutions enhance the customer experience and give retailers more control, increased efficiency, and improved profitability. Learn More About A New Model for Grocery Delivery Sean Coakley LinkedIn Capstone Logistics Capstone Grocery Delivery Services Cub case study Integrated End-to-End Supply Chain Solutions End-to-End Logistics Solutions The Logistics of Logistics Podcast If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive review, subscribe, and share it with your friends and colleagues. The Logistics of Logistics Podcast: Google, Apple, Castbox, Spotify, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Tunein, Podbean, Owltail, Libsyn, Overcast Check out The Logistics of Logistics on Youtube
Greg Shewmaker is the co-founder and Chief Commercial Officer of TeakOrigin, a food data company that collects actionable data to help consumers make better food decisions. Greg joins us to talk about his background in ecommerce, founding and developing the business at TeakOrigin, and the role nutrient density will play in the food system. Tune in! Show Notes: https://themodernacre.com/198
Sheeza Hussain is the Chief Commercial Officer of Biofourmis which is developing a hospital-at-home model for health systems that is even more in demand due to the stress of COVID-19 patients. In addition to acute care, Biofourmis is also applying its remote monitoring technology to post-acute and chronic care. Sheeza explains, "When we think about hospital-at-home, we think about acute level type care-at-home. It's not about being cared for exactly as you would be in a hospital. But it's for those patients who still, for all intents and purposes, need to be monitored and need to be admitted to a hospital. But instead, they get to go home. They get monitoring equipment, they get to go to the comfort of their own bed, and they're still visited by clinicians or physicians every day in person as is a requirement for some of the reimbursement." "So when it comes to hospital-at-home, it's about in our case, a patch and we're device agnostic. We offer a patch that the patient wears on their chest, and it is continuously capturing data, things like the single-lead ECG, heart rate, respiratory rate. And that is feeding our analytics engine and allowing us to be able to establish a personalized baseline for each and every patient." @Biofourmis #HospitalatHome #RemoteCare #CareatHome #PatientMonitoring #PostAcute #ChronicCare #Hospitals Biofourmis.com Listen to the podcast here
Sheeza Hussain is the Chief Commercial Officer of Biofourmis which is developing a hospital-at-home model for health systems that is even more in demand due to the stress of COVID-19 patients. In addition to acute care, Biofourmis is also applying its remote monitoring technology to post-acute and chronic care. Sheeza explains, "When we think about hospital-at-home, we think about acute level type care-at-home. It's not about being cared for exactly as you would be in a hospital. But it's for those patients who still, for all intents and purposes, need to be monitored and need to be admitted to a hospital. But instead, they get to go home. They get monitoring equipment, they get to go to the comfort of their own bed, and they're still visited by clinicians or physicians every day in person as is a requirement for some of the reimbursement." "So when it comes to hospital-at-home, it's about in our case, a patch and we're device agnostic. We offer a patch that the patient wears on their chest, and it is continuously capturing data, things like the single-lead ECG, heart rate, respiratory rate. And that is feeding our analytics engine and allowing us to be able to establish a personalized baseline for each and every patient." @Biofourmis #HospitalatHome #RemoteCare #CareatHome #PatientMonitoring #PostAcute #ChronicCare #Hospitals Biofourmis.com Download the transcript here
In October, the cannabis industry reconvened in Las Vegas for the annual tradeshow – MJ Biz Con – put on by Marijuana Business Daily. As part of that event, Business of Cannabis sat down with industry leaders at the show to discuss their business, the current state of the cannabis industry and what they were seeing on the road ahead. This conversation is part of that series.This podcast features a conversation with Jenn Larry, the Chief Commercial Officer of MTL Cannabis, based in Quebec. MTL Cannabis has quickly become a favorite among flower aficionados in Canada. We wanted to connect with Larry about the success of the company and brand and understand how passion for quality cannabis drives MTL.This podcast was recorded at MJ Biz Con in Las Vegas in October 2021.
Each year, industries such as Waste-to-Energy, Cement and Biomass for power generation, send millions of tonnes of thermal residues to landfill. At the same time, these thermal processes produce significant amounts of carbon dioxide that are released into the atmosphere. We talk with Maarten Van Roon, Chief Commercial Officer of Carbon8 Systems. Carbon8 solutions is the result of hard work and persistence of researchers - Dr Paula Carey and Prof. Colin Hills. Carbon8 Systems is the inventor and owner of a chemical process that treats industrial residues, including hazardous waste, using CO2 captured directly from flue gas to transform them into valuable low-carbon products. Through its innovation in engineering, it has developed an on-site containerized solution that operates at industrial sites. Each CO₂ntainer can treat up to 12,000 tonnes of input residue material annually. The innovation views CO₂ and landfill destined residues as resource – ingredients, to engineer valuable, low-carbon products. Listen to learn more. https://c8s.co.uk/https://www.mindfulbusinessespodcast.com/** Subscribe to our podcast to learn about our latest episodes
Southern Airways Express CCO Mark Cestari joined the show to for a conversation about how business has been going through the pandemic & what changes are happening in the travel industry.
Supply chain pain is persistent and is likely to linger well into 2022 and tech companies no doubt are feeling a lot of that pain. Is there a way for tech companies to solve for supply chain issues while having a positive environmental impact and also generating revenues? In this episode, Keesa Schreane is joined by Christoph Schell, Chief Commercial Officer at HP, who shares HP's journey through supply chain concerns and building a sustainable business. Christoph has been with HP for more than 22 years and has held senior management roles across the globe, most recently as the President of 3D Printing & Digital Manufacturing. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
All data is not created equal. In fact, there is data out there that's incredibly valuable, but not being used. Understanding how data shapes strategies and business models can be one of the most important keys to success that a healthcare entrepreneur can access. On our latest Executive Briefing, we talk to a new panel featuring Francesco Lucarelli, Chief Commercial Officer and Partner at HCB Health, Chuck Hazzard, VP of Wearables and Integrations at Heads Up Health, and Sara Badahman, CEO and Founder of HIPAAtrek. We discussed everything from interoperability to health information exchange (HIEs) to help identify data that can build strategies and tactics which any innovator can deploy in their commercialization process. It doesn't matter if you're a startup entrepreneur or a corporate innovator, there's gold here - and you just might uncover a bit of wisdom and insight that gives you the edge you need to push your innovation forward. Come and listen to this week's episode! Here are the show highlights: What you need to do in order to find success (2:34) Why you should never “go it alone” (5:52) This is why we identify the need before jumping to technology(7:58) Is it a “you” problem or an industry problem? (9:02) Data validation of business models (16:48) Healthcare and the rule of three (28:59) Guest Bios Francesco Lucarelli is Chief Commercial Officer and Partner at HCB Health, a full-service marketing agency focused on giving life-changing medicines a voice. If you'd like to get in touch with Francesco after the show or learn more about HCB Health you can go to their website HCBHealth.com, email him at email@example.com, or find him on linked in at Francesco Lucarelli. Chuck Hazzard is VP of Wearables and Integrations at Heads Up Health, a health data analytics company that aggregates lifestyle data to enable healthcare clinics to generate presentations and graphs that increase patient engagement and trust while growing top-line revenue. If you'd like to get in touch with Chuck after the show, or learn more about Heads Up Health, you can go to their website at HeadsUpHealth.com, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or find him on LinkedIn at Chuck Hazzard. Sarah Badahman is the CEO and Founder of HIPAAtrek, a one-stop-shop cloud-based platform that streamlines an organization's compliance program and allows it to create, manage and maintain its compliance processes from start to finish. If you'd like to get in touch with Sarah after the show, or learn more about HIPAAtrek, you can go to their website at HIPAAtrek.com, email her at at email@example.com, or find her on LinkedIn at Sarah Badahman, CHPSE.
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With over 7,000 leaders from around the world coming together in Boston, I had the privilege of sitting down with leaders from a variety of impactful organizations. Part 1 includes: • Paul Muret- Google Health's VP and General Manager for Care Studio • Chris Waugh- Sutter Health's Chief Design and Innovation Officer • Aloha McBride- Ernst and Young's Global Health Sector Leader • Darius Chehrzad- Chief Commercial Officer of Payient
Jezzibell Gilmore is passionate about the internet as a vehicle for communication and collaboration. In this inspiring #NomadFuturist podcast, she shares an inspiring and entrepreneurial story that took her from fine arts to technology and the co-founding of PacketFabric. Gilmore hails from Beijing, China where one side of her family was deeply rooted in theater and the performing arts, and the other side was involved in academia and the sciences. As a teenager Gilmore came to the United States and was dropped off by her mother at a boarding school with her suitcases and dictionaries and told “I'll see you in six months and I hope you will be able to speak English.” In retrospect, Gilmore appreciates how this challenging experience increased her resilience. After studying fine arts in college, Gilmore worked at a law firm. In the late 90's a friend invited her to join AboveNet, a fledgling internet company, describing the internet as “the printing press of today's world…allowing us to distribute information and proliferate it worldwide.” Gilmore was hooked. “I knew nothing about technology. I didn't know anything about the internet but what could be better than allowing people to gain access to information! I just jumped in with both feet and started in the industry.” After AboveNet, Gilmore worked at several tech companies in the networking space, in operations and then in business development. She immediately understood the tremendous potential of the internet to provide information and empower people throughout the world. This understanding has inspired her throughout her career. In 2015, Gilmore co-founded PacketFabric and received support for her Network-as-a-Service vision. “I felt that the Internet needed to be global, to be accessible for everyone…that access to infrastructure needed to happen automatically, flexibly, and on demand.” The company now operates in three continents with Gilmore serving as Chief Commercial Officer. She discusses the passion that drives her and her colleagues. “I'm very lucky. I surround myself with people who are equally passionate about what we are doing…my spouse and all my friends and the people that I work with, we all circle around the axis of making the internet and the world a better place.” Gilmore is always engaging with new technologies and platforms, reading, and listening, learning, and absorbing information. She encourages others to reach out, to not be held back by self-doubt. Despite being a natural introvert, Gilmore has pushed beyond her natural proclivities and is constantly communicating with friends and colleagues. “Pushing your boundary as an individual is really important…We're not alone. Nobody succeeds by themselves. Again, it goes back to collaboration, communication, exchange of ideas. When we win, we win together!” Her advice to the young: “Believe in yourself. Whether you think something is right or wrong, follow your instinct.” Jezzibell Gilmore, co-founder and Chief Commercial Officer at PacketFabric, has over 20 years of experience working in the telecommunications industry. PacketFabric redefines how companies build and use network services. The PacketFabric Network-as-a-Service platform provides instant connectivity between colocation facilities, to major cloud providers, and internet exchanges. Prior to co-founding PacketFabric in 2015, Jezzibell was an early-stage employee of AboveNet Communications and Akamai Technologies. She has also previously served as VP of Business Development for GTT, and as a NANOG board member.
We had a chance to chat with Tom Aslin, Chief Commercial Officer at Sprecher Brewery, about some of their newest products. They generously sent us some of their many new lo-cal sodas and mixers to try. Grab your own and taste along with us! A huge thanks once again to Soda Pop Bros for sponsoring this episode! Looking for unique and hard to find soda pop? How about Canadian branded root beers? Soda Pop Bros is your go to source for all of those products as well as their own line of beverages to tickle your fancy. They offer shipping around the globe with attention to safe and secure packaging provided by whale pod shippers at generous Canadian Dollar rates. Let your American Dollar stretch a little farther and order online at www.sodapopbros.com - Enter code "ROOTBEERRADIO" to receive a free Soda Pop Bros bottle opener when you spend $25 or more. Or, If you happen to be in the Windsor, Ontario Canada area in the future they would love to have you stop by and check out their store at 1009 Drouillard Rd in the Heart of Ford City - Windsor Ontario. Facebook / Instagram / Twitter
Lionel van der Walt - Chief Commercial Officer - PayCargo Update - Going from strength to strength. Enhances receipt of Cargo - 'Get your Cargo Today' Pay all vendors in one place Higher invoice accuracy Lower disputes Improved cashflow We discuss the products as well as issues that will impact our industry moving forward Leadership Frontline employees Value of the supply chain and recognition People People People The Green Mile -- how we can all contribute through many ways in support of sustainability of Business and Planet.
Newspapers and TV now feature shipping containers as front page news, whilst shoppers frantically clean out Costco, Target and Walmart and other stores to the bare walls as Christmas and end of year holidays fast approach. All in all, 2021 will be remembered for those images and a time everyone was kicking the cans. IndiGo has initiated a freighter program and is in the process of sourcing four A321 aircraft. “The A321P2F – Passenger-to-Freighter conversion is the most efficient narrow-bodied freighter available, offering 24 container positions and supporting a payload of up to 27 tons,” said William Boulter, Chief Commercial Officer, IndiGo, adding that “the delivery of our first freighter is expected in first half of CY2022.” --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/geoffrey-arend/support
With the goal of getting a better understanding of Agios and their vision for partnering with the sickle cell community, join us as guest host, Blaze Eppinger speaks with Darrin Miles, the Chief Commercial Officer and Holly John, the Head of Patient Advocacy both of Agios Pharmaceuticals. Show Notes: Guest Host Blaze Eppinger on Instagram Dr. Ahmar Zaidi on Twitter Dr. Michael Callaghan on Twitter Subscribe to and rate Cheat Codes BloodStream Media For all inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org (subject: Cheat Codes)
The nature of work had already been changing long before the global pandemic accelerated trends around flexible work, remote work technology, and the gig economy. While some industries and workers have benefitted from these changes, others have been left behind - including many women who dropped out of the workforce due to family concerns, or service-industry professionals whose jobs evaporated. The latest episode of Living Beyond Borders, a special podcast series from GZERO brought to you by Citi Private Bank, looks in depth at the future of work and how the latest trends will change business, the economy, and the global political balance. Moderated by Caitlin Dean, Head of the Geostrategy Practice at Eurasia Group, this episode features Ida Liu, Global Head of Private Banking at Citi Global Wealth and Alexander Kazan, Chief Commercial Officer at Eurasia Group.
In Season 2 Episode 24, Travis sits down with Michael Wandell, Chief Commercial Officer for BSE Global and the Brooklyn Nets. Michael had a successful career for eight years in a different industry before deciding to move into the sports business. Tune in to hear how he followed his passion and has had a very successful career including helping land the largest jersey patch deal just recently. www.52weeksofhustle.com Book Available - https://www.amazon.com/dp/1735610801 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In the coffee industry, we associate quality with craft, and craft almost always means manual, handmade, and low tech. However, some cafe owners and coffee professionals are discovering that manual and handmade can mean inconsistency, inefficiency and inability to scale. In an industry that's increasingly competitive, where labor costs more but prices stay the same, are the old ways of high-touch manual work still working? Craft and innovation are often seen as polar opposites, but in reality, you can have both. In this episode, we explore how to run better, more efficient businesses that still retain that feeling of craft.Featuring: Jai Lott, co-founder, Blank Street Coffee Kamal Bengougam, Chief Commercial Officer, Eversys Hylan Joseph, West Coast Service Manager, Espresso Partners/Pacific Espresso
“You're especially designed to do something because no one's here to do nothing.” Emily Chang We are all part of something bigger than ourselves, the larger community. Better and functional communities are not built in a day but rather, it is about consistently performing acts of service that uplift others. Emily Chang has been enthusiastic about supporting and building her community, and says it is not so much about the big things, but rather, it is the small acts that really contribute to a thriving community. Emily Chang is the CEO of McCann Worldgroup, China. Prior to accepting this new role, she took a year off to write a book called The Spare Room, the topic of her first TEDx Talk. Before that, she served as CMO for Starbucks China, where she cared for the teams that helped open the first Starbucks Roastery outside of Seattle and commercialized the brand's digital gifting and delivery programs. Lotus (Chapter five) lived with Emily's family while she worked at Starbucks. A strategic business leader with over 20 years of experience, Emily is known for globalization, cross-cultural team leadership, and innovative brand building. Recognized for her ability to drive change and renew organizations, Emily approaches opportunities with an entrepreneurial mind set to establish a culture, set a vision, and build capability. She is known first and foremost as a people leader and team builder. Prior to Starbucks, Emily was the Chief Commercial Officer for IHG, Greater China, where she looked after 320 hotels and an extended team of 5,200 members. While she was at IHG, Emily's family cared for five kids, including Teo (Chapter four). Moving to Shanghai in 2011, Emily led the marketing organization that established the face of Apple Retail in Asia Pacific. While working at Apple, Emily's family cared for three young people, including Jaesin (Chapter three). She first developed her General Management, Marketing and Brand expertise at Proctor & Gamble. Five young people shared her spare room in the 11 years that Emily worked at P&G. Today, Emily sits on the board of SOS Children's Villages and has spoken at select conferences and events, including the Fortune Most Powerful Women's Summit in Hong Kong, C2 in Montreal, and has delivered three TEDx Talks. In her free time, Emily loves to teach, read, and write. She challenges herself to learn a new “big thing” every year (2019 was all about the book, and she's spent much of 2020 straddling a cajon drum). Most of all, Emily enjoys spending time with family: her husband of 20 years, her 12-year old daughter Laini, Holly Berry their rescued mutt, and Jellybean, their pygmy hedgehog. In today's episode, our guest will talk about how she found her positive thing that contributes towards her community. She will also discuss her book and what it entails. Listen in! Social Media Handles: Author Website: https://social-legacy.com/ LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/emilychang8621 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/emily.chang.925602 Instagram: https://instagram.com.thespareroombook The first thing is that for me, it's never been about work life balance but about work life integration. [4:11] As I've gotten older, one of the things I realized was I had an opportunity to better integrate my personal life with my professional. [4:36] We always had these kids in our spare room and it was something that we certainly didn't hide, but also didn't really bring to the forefront either. [4:42] As we identified the spare room as a social offering to our community, we started to realize that talking about it isn't really about ego. [5:14] We embraced the idea of talking about the spare room with a TEDx talk and then took a year to write the boo [5:36] We believe this builds into our community and pays tribute to each of the people that we've had the privilege of sharing our spare room with. [5:43] You don't have to do very big things but something that you are specially designed to do that will actively support and build into your community, however you define it. [5:53] I don't think it's the best use of time to try and convince somebody else of your thing, everybody will come into it on their own. [7:28} If everybody starts identifying their offer and their offense, we can create communities that go after improving their communities. [7:43] I did a talk a few years ago called ‘The power of And,' which was all about the power of paradox and how you can take two ideas that seem in congruent and find the mutuality in the middle of them. [9:26] Sometimes we look at people who look like they've arrived and it looks like they have it all togetherand think that they have these intentions but usually it's not [10:26] It doesn't always have to be intentional or some grandiose gesture, sometimes it's your heart saying, I can do something about this. [11:07] We are capable of so much more than we can possibly imagine but we don't have to go after the grand gesture or the fully designed, well orchestrated, intentional, purpose driven thing. [11:27] We can do what helps us feel like we're doing something positive and when you find that moment, then you've hit on something where you can naturally add value to your community. [11:40] You want to position yourself in a way to maximize the value contribution that you can leave in the place around you without the risk of falling into the ego trap. [14:21] Commercial break. [15:40] When we talk about community service, or CSR, sometimes it feels like something that has to be sacrificial and that is human nature. [17:54] If we take an abundance mindset where we want to contribute more than we consume. We want to leave something more than what we've taken from this world. [18:06] The format of the book is written in very much a self reflection, action-oriented mindset and I don't want this to be a book but a movement. [18:58] If this can become something that's good for the world which helps people articulate how they contribute more than they consume, then that is something that I would feel really good about. [19:34] I do believe people are good and generally want to contribute more than they consume but may not know where to direct that attention or what they can [19:44] The construct of the book is a Venn diagram where in chapter one, you've got your offer and the second chapter talks about offense, then chapter three is the intersection of 1 and 2. [20:00] Chapters four and five talks about the action plan and the last part of the book is about, what I want to look back on that can have people say something about me after I've passed. [21:38] I've always believed that defining the end state helps you become much more intentional, with your time, priorities, and your investment. [21:54] There's positive power in positive words so we want to define the things that we're good at and embrace [23:56] Nobody should do nothing and nobody wants to do nothing, so feel empowered even if you do a small thing. [25:48] People came from very ordinary and said, I think I can go do something about this and they ended up changing the world for somebody. [26:14] …………………..….. TopDog Learning Group, LLC is a leadership, change management, and diversity and inclusion consulting firm based in Orlando, FL, USA but with “TopDoggers” (aka consultants) throughout North America and beyond. They focus on training programs (both virtual and face-to-face), keynotes and “lunch and learns,” group and 1:1 coaching, and off-the-shelf solutions. One such solution is their Masterclass on The Top 3 Strategies to be Resilient in Times of Change. This thoughtful self-paced online training will guide you through three tactics you can immediately use to—not just survive—but thrive when change comes at you. Use the code RESIL50OFF for 50% off the program! Just go to https://bit.ly/3a5mIS6 and enter the code RESIL50OFF, in all capitals, to redeem your 50% off coupon. The link and code will be available in our show notes for easy access.
ITVT/TVOT is pleased to present a new episode of “Televisionation,” our video/audio podcast exploring the advanced/interactive-TV industry.This episode features interviews with three senior executives from measurement company, Comscore: Chief Research Officer, Michael Vinson; CEO and Executive Chairman, Bill Livek; and Chief Commercial Officer, Chris Wilson.Among other things, Vinson discusses the difficulties inherent to audience measurement even with today's digital technologies, explains how Comscore attempts to overcome those difficulties, and outlines how the company seeks to drive innovation. Livek, meanwhile, explains how he believes Comscore is differentiated in the measurement space, how the the company has adapted to the post-Covid environment, how it is embracing opportunities for greater transparency, innovation and collaboration, how it approaches the issue of attribution, and more. And finally Wilson discusses Comscore's recently announced deal with Google to provide deduplicated connected-TV measurement for YouTube and YouTube TV.
Kamron Khodjaev is the Chief Commercial Officer of Koop. Koop is an insurance technology and specialty brokerage company focused on commercial autonomy and robotics. Robots have different data sets, risk models, and track records of performance than machinery operated by humans. Due to this complexity, many robotics firms find themselves struggling to get insured or paying way too much. Kamron and his three cofounders realized that they could use their own proprietary algorithms to better chart the risks of autonomy and partner with large insurers the help these companies. In this episode, Kamron and Aaron discuss the founding of the company, different data his team looks at, and the enormous market opportunity. Sign up for a Weekly Email that will Expand Your Mind. Kamron Khodjaev's Challenge; Keep an open mind. Connect with Kamron Khodjaev Linkedin Twitter Koop.Ai Website If you liked this interview, check out episode 395 with Çetin Meriçli where we discuss self-driving trucks and episode 357 Jim Gibbs about parking for self-driving vehicles. Underwritten by Piper Creative Piper Creative makes creating podcasts, vlogs, and videos easy. How? Click here and Learn more. We work with Fortune 500s, medium-sized companies, and entrepreneurs. Follow Piper as we grow YouTube Instagram Subscribe on iTunes | Stitcher | Overcast | Spotify
Transportation vs Logistics with Marty Wadle Marty Wadle and Joe Lynch discuss transportation vs logistics. Marty is the Chief Commercial Officer of Ruan Transportation, a transportation company providing Dedicated Contract Transportation, Managed Transportation, Value-added Warehousing, and Brokerage Support Services. About Marty Wadle Marty Wadle currently serves as Ruan's Chief Commercial Officer leading the Commercial Solutions team, which includes sales, marketing, and solution engineering. Previously, Marty served as Senior Vice President of Ruan's Supply Chain Solutions division, consisting of Value-Added Warehousing, Brokerage Support Services, and Managed Transportation. Ruan manages $1.35 billion in annual supply chain spend, employs 4,600 drivers, and operates 4,000 power units and 12,000 trailers out of 300 locations across the U.S. In addition, Ruan operates 1.5 million square feet of dedicated warehouse space and $500 million of managed transportation. Marty has held multiple positions at Ruan over his 25-year career that have given him a wide base of experience in sales and operations. Prior to Ruan, Marty worked for LTL carrier Central Transport and institutional food wholesaler Martin Brothers Distribution. Marty is a graduate of Iowa State University with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in transportation and logistics. He currently serves on the Iowa State University Supply Chain Forum. About Ruan Transportation Ruan provides Dedicated Contract Transportation, Managed Transportation, Value-Added Warehousing, and Brokerage Support Services to customers across the U.S. Ruan's Integrated Supply Chain Solutions services encompass all aspects of transportation and logistics, providing our customers the ideal combination of asset- and non-asset-based solutions that get your products from point A to point B safely and efficiently. With more than 89 years of transportation management experience, Ruan is one of the top 10 privately owned transportation companies in the country with 300 operations and 6,000 team members. Key Takeaways: Transportation vs Logistics Marty Wadle is the Chief Commercial Officer at Ruan Transportation Management Systems, a family-owned transportation management company, providing Dedicated Contract Transportation, Managed Transportation, and Value-added Warehousing. In the podcast interview, Joe and Marty discuss transportation vs logistics, even though those words are used interchangeably, they mean different things. According to Council of Supply Chain Professionals, a Third Party Logistics (3PL) Provider is “A firm which provides multiple logistics services for use by customers. Preferably, these services are integrated, or "bundled" together by the provider. These firms facilitate the movement of parts and materials from suppliers to manufacturers, and finished products from manufacturers to distributors and retailers.” There are 5 different categories of 3PL services: Logistics, Transportation, Warehousing, Special Services, and Technology. Logistics services add value through planning, while transportation services add value by executing those plans. Transportation services include: Small Package, Air Cargo, Ocean, Less Than Truckload, Truckload, Fleet Acquisition, Equipment / Drivers, Dedicated Contract Carriage, Intermodal, Final Mile, Rail. Logistics services include: 3rd party logistics, 3PL, 4th party logistics, 4PL, Just-in-Time (JIT), Payment Auditing, Freight Auditing, Payment Processing, Freight brokerage, Freight broker, Digital Freight Brokerage. Warehousing services include: Warehouse Storage, Pick and Pack, Sub-assembly, Site Location, Distribution Center Management, Inbound Shipping, Outbound shipping, Receiving, Putaway, Put-away, Order processing, Replenishment, Pulling, Restocking, Picking, Validation, Sorting, Distribution Center Management System (DCMS), Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI), Inventory Management, Cross-docking, Cross-dock, Ecommerce Fulfillment, Packaging. Special services include: Direct to Home, Direct to Store, Sustainability, Green Logistics, Reverse Logistics, Product Lifecycle Management, Supply Chain Security Analysis, Contingency planning, Crisis Planning, Global Expansion, Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ), Logistics Consulting, Transportation Consulting, Import / Export, Customs, Labor Management, Marketing Services, Customer Service Technology services include: Supply Chain Technology, Freight technology, EDI, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Predictive Analytics, Technology Services, Web Services, Global Trade Management (GTM), Transportation Management System (TMS), Warehouse Management System (WMS), Supplier Management, Customer Management, Cloud Based Solutions, Wireless. Learn More About Transportation vs Logistics Marty Wadle's LinkedIn Ruan Transportation Marty Wadle on Des Moines and Ruan Successful Bulk Food Transport with Chris Fish The Basics of Dedicated Contract Carriage with Bob Elkins Technology Alone Won't Integrate Your Supply Chain with Paul Jensen Ruan White Paper: Selecting the Right 3PL Partner The Logistics of Logistics Podcast If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a positive review, subscribe, and share it with your friends and colleagues. The Logistics of Logistics Podcast: Google, Apple, Castbox, Spotify, Stitcher, PlayerFM, Tunein, Podbean, Owltail, Libsyn, Overcast Check out The Logistics of Logistics on Youtube
Biogas both prevents methane from entering the atmosphere and provides a carbon neutral fuel, making it a power tool in the energy transition and the fight against global warming. Yet it currently makes up only a fraction of the energy mix. Could this be set to change as renewable fuel credits, carbon pricing and waste management legislation around the world, push biogas to the forefront? Could this be a huge untapped opportunity for the commodities world? And if so, how can energy companies and traders execute on it. Joining us to discuss is John Rose, Chief Commercial Officer for Asset Finance Partners. John has had a long career as an Energy and Ags trader and has focused on financing, developing and commercialising biogas projects in Europe and North America for the past four years.To find out more about HC and our talent advisory services in the energy & commodities sector visit www.hcgroup.global/hc-insiderTo connect with our host Paul Chapman, you can find him at www.linkedin.com/in/paulchapmanhc/