Cici Bevin is 6th generation, and the Chief Growth Officer, in her family's 190 year old manufacturing business. Although Bevin Brothers Manufacturing also manufactures compressed gas cylinders, they are most famous for their brand, Bevin Bells - the last standing American bell manufacturer. Cici talks to Ari about the incredible history of the company and their many pivots from making sleigh bells (back when sleighs were standard transportation!) to bells for household machines like washers, to cow bells and Salvation Army holiday bells and more. The business has been through some amazing ups and downs, and Cici and Ari talk about many of them. This is a fascinating episode! Cici's Favorite Business Book: Who moved my cheese? Spender Johnson, MD (And a side note, her favorite non-business book is Altas Shrugged!) Cici Bevin, Bevin Brothers Manufacturing Company Website: https://bevinbells.com/ Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bevinbells/ Company Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bevinbells/ Cici's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cicigordon/ Ari Santiago, CEO, CompassMSP Company Website: https://compassmsp.com/ Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MadeinAmericaPodcast Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/made-in-america-podcast-with-ari Company YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/MadeinAmericaPodcastwithAri Ari's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/asantiago104/ Podcast produced by Miceli Productions: https://miceliproductions.com/ Ari and Cici discuss: Customer service Foreign competition Teamwork Cultural icons Sleigh bells Polar Express
This episode of the Live Better Sell Better Podcast recaps the best moments from our FIVE amazing guests for the month of November. Everything from finding a fit in terms of your value as a leader, when to utilize a paywall effectively, defining the stages of the buyer's journey, and the importance of diversity in leadership will be discussed in these episodes! HIGHLIGHTSBeth Jacobs, Chief Growth Officer at vChiefAmelia Taylor, Strategic Sales & Lead Evangelist at regie.aiBelal Batrawy, Founder of DeathtoFluff and Advisor at GTM buddyKaty McFee, Founder and Principal of i2a Insights to Action Coaching and ConsultingChet Lovegren, Head of Sales Development at JellySmack and Portfolio Advisor at Hatchet Ventures Live Better. Sell Better. is sponsored by our proud partners: Vidyard | vidyard.comChili Piper | chilipiper.com
Paul Everson is a director and Chief Growth Officer at Paper + Spark, an independent consulting firm specializing in business transformation. But Paul has also enjoyed a career with leadership roles in many of the world's most famous agency brands, including J. Walter Thompson, Leo Burnett, Saatchi & Saatchi and Young & Rubicam. He is also a lecturer, an advisory board member and a non-executive director and a recent graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. A living example of you never stop learning or growing. Listen on Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/managing-marketing/id1018735190 Listen on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/75mJ4Gt6MWzFWvmd3A64XW?si=a3b63c66ab6e4934 Listen on Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zb3VuZGNsb3VkLmNvbS91c2Vycy9zb3VuZGNsb3VkOnVzZXJzOjE2MTQ0MjA2NC9zb3VuZHMucnNz Listen on Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/managing-marketing Listen on Podbean: https://managingmarketing.podbean.com/ For more episodes of TrinityP3's Managing Marketing podcast, visit https://www.trinityp3.com/managing-marketing-podcasts/ Recorded live on Zoom H4n and edited, mix and managed by JML Audio with thanks to Jared Lattouf.
What does it mean to be a purpose-driven business? For Wipro, it's about being a great partner to their customers and the communities where they serve and live. With over 250,000 employees in 66 countries, Wipro directs 67% of their profits to the Azim Premji Foundation, a nonprofit founded to help build a more equitable society. On this episode, Wipro Chief Growth Officer Stephanie Trautman chats with VMware's Zia Yusuf about the increasing importance of partnerships, latest industry trends, and an exciting joint announcement. Wipro has created a VMware business unit to make investments, aligning their expertise with VMware technology to create the most impact for clients. Together, the companies are building a “spider web” of solutions to benefit the entire partner ecosystem. As Stephanie puts it, clients don't want to buy technology—they want to buy solutions. Enjoy this insightful discussion with an industry leader and change agent. About the Guest: Stephanie Trautman is Chief Growth Officer at WIPRO. You can find Stephanie on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanie-trautman/. About the Host: Zia Yusuf is Senior Vice President of Strategic Ecosystem and Industry Solutions at VMware. You can find Zia on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ziayusuf/, or on Twitter at @ZiaYusuf. To learn more about VMware's partner programs, please visit: https://www.vmware.com/partners/partner-executive-edge.html. Subscribe, follow, and review VMware Partnership Perspectives podcast.
How can businesses sell their products in Web 3.0 while maintaining profit? Why should Web 2.0 brands venture into the world of Web 3.0? Eric, ShopX's Chief Growth Officer, is ready to answer your business questions. In addition, he offers us some personal advice based on his years of experience in the crypto industry on how to proceed when you're just starting out. As well as some psychology tips for making successful crypto investments. Enjoy!Links mentioned in the episode:https://shopx.co/https://twitter.com/shopxlabshttps://twitter.com/ericmchugh0https://apps.shopify.com/shopx?st_source=autocompletehttps://www.seasonaltokens.orgDisclaimer: None of the information in the podcast should be considered as a financial advice. You should always do your own research.
How Providers and Disruptors Treat Patients as Consumers with host Stephanie Douglass. - We go out to the public and ask them about their biggest pain point when it comes to their healthcare experiences. - We go in depth with a provider organization and a disruptor organization side by side. Jennifer Bollinger, Senior Vice President and Chief Consumer Officer of Ochsner Health and Andrea Pearson, Chief Growth Officer for Dispatch Health, join MDRG President and Founder Sondra Brown to discuss how they are prioritizing the consumer throughout their organizations. - MDRG's Lauren McCabe discusses how Baby Boomers are not who we thought they were, and their behavior in the consumer marketplace is worth a second look. 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/
Valerie Jacobs specializes in looking forward and is Chief Growth Officer at LPK – she is a futurist who helps clients reconcile the enduring and emergent to create meaningful brand experiences that help businesses adapt, excel and win. On this edition of This Is DesignIntelligence, she talks about what led her to trend forecasting, how to attract and retain diverse groups of thinkers, and why trends, in the absence of strategy, are not really all that valuable.
It's episode three of our Driving Your Parcel Performance mini-series, in collaboration with Sifted! Last week, we put the spotlight on the complex area of contract performance. I was joined by Caleb Nelson, Chief Growth Officer and friend of the show, to dive deeper into Sifted's carrier management suite – we talked all about some of the big challenges happening in the industry right now and where carrier relationships fit in; analyzing and scoring contract performance; and how you can tackle the complexities of your agreements, to drive performance-enhancing outcomes, with Sifted. And today in episode three, I'm joined by Elle Brown, Senior Client Success Manager at Sifted, to chat all about measuring your contract health; contract compliance; strengthening carrier relationships; and the growing trend in ensuring customer success. IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS: [01.45] The different ‘check engine' lights within Sifted's carrier management suite, and how they help clients to understand when they have a problem. “The great thing about the suite is that there are different kinds of check engine lights – we have different tools to determine all the different types of problems a shipper may, or may not, have.” [04.37] How Sifted works with their customers to look under the hood and determine what's gone wrong, once a problem is identified. “The problems that we're helping shippers solve – they may be similar to other shippers, they may be similar to the market, but each shipper is unique.” [07.26] Contract health: what it means, and a closer look at what a healthy contract is vs an unhealthy one. “When a contract isn't in optimal health, it's one that isn't optimized with rates, discounts, minimums, terms, in a way that we know is possible for the types of clients we're working with. Or, it doesn't take into account the specs of that unique shipper in a way that benefits the shipper – and their relationship with the carrier.” [10.36] What it means to make your contract health measurable and scalable, and why it's so important. “Measurable contract health allows you to have constant conversations, internally and with your carriers.” [15.10] How compliance works within Sifted's carrier management suite, and exactly why compliance is so important. “It allows you to evaluate whether perceived situations are true or not… I've had clients feel some distrust with their rep or carrier…we've been able to audit agreements and see that ‘yes the carrier is in compliance' and that this perceived issue is from an unintended situation… so they have that peace of mind.” [18.35] From cost savings to improved relationships, the positive impacts of ensuring, and understanding, compliance and achieving optimal contract health. “Having the data you need really does help to strengthen those relationships with your carrier… so that, through collaboration, all parties are benefiting.” [22.31] The rise of client success, and the shift in focus towards a ‘my customer's success is my success' mindset. [25.31] Why the growing trend in client success is going to continue to grow, and the wider implications for the industry when we start to think more collaboratively about creating environments that breed success for everyone. " 'Let's really make sure we understand your organization, let's understand what success looks like to you, and let's do everything we can to create success for you.' If you're collaborating with someone like that, it's hard to want to stop!" [27.56] Examples around how utilizing the tools within Sifted's carrier management suite has helped customers make data-powered decisions, form better strategies and optimize their operations. RESOURCES AND LINKS MENTIONED: Head over to Sifted's website now to find out more and discover how they could help you too. You can also connect with Sifted and keep up to date with the latest over on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, or you can connect with Elle on LinkedIn. If you enjoyed the show, why not catch up with episodes one and two in our Driving Your Parcel Performance series, episode 301, Contract Monitoring and episode 303, Better Performance [LINK WHEN LIVE]. You can also listen to our first mini-series in collaboration with Sifted. In episode 286, Ami Bensman took a closer look at the Sifted Score; in episode 288, Kevin Miller talked all about simulation and modelling; in episode 290, Caleb Nelson took us on a deep dive into Sifted's Parcel Audit solution for shippers; and in episode 293, Adam Moulding introduced us to Sifted's Contract Management Suite. Check out our other podcasts HERE.
Ep. 31: Liquid Staking: What Is It And Why Is It Taking Over The Ethereum Blockchain? Just as many of us are starting to get our heads wrapped around the concept of staking in cryptocurrency, Liquid Staking has now become one of the most talked about and fastest growing protocols on the Ethereum network. In this episode, Ian Andrews (Chief Marketing Officer, Chainalysis) is joined by Mara Schmiedt, the new Chief Growth Officer of Alluvial. She talks about the early conversations of Bitcoin and family dinners and explains the fundamentals and nuances of liquid staking. Mara and Ian go deep into the mechanics of liquid staking and something called the Liquid Collective, that Mara describes as the secure liquid staking standard, a protocol designed to meet the needs of institutions. Minute-by-minute episode breakdown (2:45) – Mara's crypto origin story: From discussing bitcoin at a family event in 2014 to growing one of the biggest liquid staking companies in the industry. (6:39) – Understanding staking and the core principles behind the liquid staking ecosystem (10:07) –Comparing the methodologies of liquid staking to taking out a home equity line of credit (17:05) – What does it mean to be an “first enterprise focused organization” in the liquid staking space (22:15) –What is the liquid collective and how does Alluvial and its team contribute to these industry standards (24:35) – What are some of the implications on the industry of Coinbase and other stakeholders offering liquid staking to its customers (26:55) - The future of liquid staking and evolution to more blockchains Related resources Check out more resources provided by Chainalysis that perfectly complement this episode of the Public Key. Blog: The State of Crypto Markets After An Extremely Hectic WeekKorean Hackers To Profit Website: Alluvial: Building the enterprise-grade liquid staking standard Website: Liquid Collective: Collective of leading web3 teams including The Liquid Foundation, Alluvial, Coinbase Cloud, Figment, Kiln, Rome Blockchain Labs, Kraken, Staked Article: Institutions are getting serious about staking Blog: How The Ethereum Merge May Impact the Crypto Ecosystem: On-chain Indicators to Watch Liquid Staking Tracker: Dune Ethereum Liquid Staking dashboard Contact Alluvial: For general, media or collaboration inquiries - email Alluvial Speakers on today's episode Ian Andrews * Host * (Chief Marketing Officer, Chainalysis) https://www.linkedin.com/in/ianhandrews Mara Schmiedt (Chief Growth Officer, Alluvial Finance) https://twitter.com/maraschmiedt This website may contain links to third-party sites that are not under the control of Chainalysis, Inc. or its affiliates (collectively “Chainalysis”). Access to such information does not imply association with, endorsement of, approval of, or recommendation by Chainalysis of the site or its operators, and Chainalysis is not responsible for the products, services, or other content hosted therein. Our podcasts are for informational purposes only, and are not intended to provide legal, tax, financial, or investment advice. Listeners should consult their own advisors before making these types of decisions. Chainalysis has no responsibility or liability for any decision made or any other acts or omissions in connection with your use of this material. Chainalysis does not guarantee or warrant the accuracy, completeness, timeliness, suitability or validity of the information in any particular podcast and will not be responsible for any claim attributable to errors, omissions, or other inaccuracies of any part of such material. Unless stated otherwise, reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by Chainalysis. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. Views and opinions expressed by Chainalysis employees are those of the employees and do not necessarily reflect the views of the company.
EPISODE 161 - Maia Monell is the Co-founder and Chief Growth Officer of the Nav.it Money App. Nav.it's the fitness app for finances, providing personalized financial coaching to build good habits and live financially well. When she's not pitching, selling, and creating for Nav.it, Maia's working with her family's two foundations. She's devoted to closing wealth gaps perpetuated by a system not built for the majority of America and believes financial wellbeing is an integral part of creating a healthier and more equitable society. Maia is an avid tennis player, skate skier, and runner with an obsession for physical, nutritional, and financial health. In the episode, she shares actionable tips to stop stressing about money, why outcomes-based solutions are critical when it comes to your finances, how to set up “money dates” with your partner…and more! EPISODE WEBPAGE: thehealthinvestment.com/161 P.S. – If you're liking The Health Investment Podcast, be sure to hit “subscribe/follow” so that you never miss an episode
In this episode, Co-Founder of the Nav.it Money App, Maia Monell, talks about entrepreneurship and navigating finances. Today, Maia talks about the shortfalls in financial education, planning business KPI's, and the results of financial inequity. How does the Nav.it App address these concerns? Hear about financial planning in the world of instant gratification, success milestones, how to keep financial stress low, and get Maia's advice to her younger self, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast. Key Takeaways “Healthcare doesn't understand finances, and finances doesn't understand healthcare.” “Money is dollars and cents. Anybody can figure it out.” “The biggest quality of an entrepreneur is adaptability.” “You still have to work to be lucky.” “The results of financial inequity are far-reaching and persistent.” “Patience and adaptability are key.” “Do not act on a TikTok influencer.” More about Maia Monell Maia is the Co-founder and Chief Growth Officer of the Nav.it Money App. Nav.it is the fitness app for finances, providing personalized financial coaching to build good habits and live financially well. When she's not pitching, selling, and creating for Nav.it, Maia is working with her family's two foundations. She's devoted to closing wealth gaps perpetuated by a system not built for the majority of America, and believes that financial wellbeing is an integral part of creating a healthier and more equitable society. She's an avid tennis player, skate skier, and runner, with an obsession for physical, nutritional, and financial health. Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Entrepreneurship, Finances, Inequity, Patience, Adaptability, Download the Nav.it App on iOS and Android. To learn more, follow Maia at: Website: navitmoney.com. LinkedIn: Maia Monell. Instagram: @letsnavit. Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website: https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927
Eric Rice is the Chief Growth Officer of King Operating Corporation. He started his business career in Chicago in wealth management for high-net-worth clients before spending almost 2 decades building his own businesses. Along the way, he worked with founders across multiple sectors to create profitable, enduring enterprises, demonstrating a keen eye for the nuances of markets and corresponding growth opportunities. His real-world market experience has made him a sought-after partner for entrepreneurs and investors around the globe. In this episode, Eric is loaded with information about the current climate and what our nation is going through. The Fed is raising rates during a recession, which we are currently in. This has never happened before and it is uncommon. Eric educates by sharing top key points of handling the current crisis, and guides on how to embrace during a depression. Eric has an extensive background in the precious metals industry. He speaks about how to invest wisely and profitably by investing in gold, silver, and oil & gas funds with no better commodity and certainty. You won't want to miss out on this educational episode and tons of things that you can learn from Eric during these economically challenging times! In this episode we discuss: Eric's background and his valuable learning experience. Eric's perspective about today's time and the geopolitical risks. The importance of investing Gold, Silver, and Oil & Gas. Portfolio allocations for the current climate. Connect with Eric Rice: email@example.com Connect with Pantheon Investments: Join the Pantheon Investor Club: https://pantheoninvest.com/investor-signup/ Website: www.pantheoninvest.com Podcast: www.pantheoninvest.com/podcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PantheonInvest Instagram: www.instagram.com/pantheoninvest LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/pantheon-invest Twitter: https://twitter.com/Pantheon_Invest Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8EsPFlwQUpMXgRMvrmbAfQ Holistic Wealth Strategy Book:https://www.amazon.com/Holistic-Wealth-Strategy-Roadmap-Financial/dp/B089CS58F1 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Whilst not an introvert, Bahar Taskin Ozturk, Chief Growth Officer at Twiser in Turkey, stepped into senior leadership positions at an early age and didn't feel comfortable or confident within herself and about her abilities. During that time, Bahar experienced problems with her supervisor as he emphasised that she was only in role because of his support and that she would not be able to survive without him. In this week's episode Bahar reflects on her anguish, doubts and the effects on her confidence that the dependency between her and her supervisor created. Through establishing mentoring relationships with other women, and her own growing sense of self-awareness, Bahar was able to move onto thrive through her own abilities in her senior leadership roles with confidence and independence. Through her experiences Bahar sincerely believes that women need a sponsor in their career journey to be successful and that being promoted should not be seen as a privilege by your supervisor, but that it should be as a result of your own hard work and potential. About Bahar Taskin Ozturk As a passionate, lifetime student, strategic & creative thinker, and result-oriented leader, Bahar has senior leadership experience in consumer goods and technology, holding positions across marketing, sales, and country management, as well as leading multi-functional and geographically diverse teams in emerging markets. She is experienced in all areas of marketing, including global expansion, B2B Saas, B2C, and direct selling. Bahar has demonstrated a successful track record in both driving sustainable, profitable growth, P&L management, and business growth for start-ups. As a result of her own early experiences, she sincerely believes that women need a sponsor in their career journey to be successful and that being promoted should not be seen as a privilege by their supervisor, but that it should be as a result of their own hard work and potential. She believes that if women help each other, then nothing can stop them from reaching success and developing themselves, and is now putting her words into action by mentoring other women and has started a movement in her organisation to inspire those women, particularly those who in the early stages of their careers. https://www.linkedin.com/in/bahar-ta%C5%9Fk%C4%B1n-%C3%B6zt%C3%BCrk-b70b1914/
Wouldn't it be amazing if we could predict the future? Well, with Sifted, you kinda can… We wrapped up our first mini-series with Sifted a few months ago, released the first episode of our second mini-series last week and you all still want more–so of course, we delivered. So, over the course of our new “Driving Your Parcel Performance” series, we're going to dive even deeper. This time, we'll be putting the spotlight on their Carrier Management Suite and taking a closer look at how it can help you to take a proactive approach to contract management, from ensuring compliance and negotiating rates, to controlling spend and improving relationships. Today in Episode 2, Better Performance, I'm joined by Caleb Nelson, Chief Growth Officer at Sifted, to talk all about some of the big challenges happening in the industry right now and where carrier relationships fit in; analyzing and scoring contract performance; and how you can tackle the complexities of your agreements, to drive performance-enhancing outcomes IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS: [01.15] An introduction to Caleb Nelson and Sifted's brand new product, their carrier management suite. “It's not just a brand new product for us, but it's brand new for the industry – it's really never been done before!” [01.53] A discussion about what contract performance means Changes to discounts Rate increases Impact on contracts [05.48] A conversation about renegotiating contracts, when you should review, what you should be paying attention to, and what the rate increases mean. “If you do implement the Sifted technology to be able to take a look at everything, you might actually be winner after doing that, regardless of the general rate increase” -Sarah [10.14] Challenges in the industry right now. GRI's Importance of having technology in place [14.43] Sarah and Caleb discuss carrier performance within the Sifted Carrier Management Suite. Discount tiers Service levels Negotiating from data and logic “Clean, simple. easy conversations for you to be able to take a data-driven approach to make a good impact on your business.” -Caleb [18.55] A deeper dive into the process of obtaining the data needed for conversations with the carrier rep, the ease of getting the data, the meaning of “30 Seconds Easy” and the use of dashboards within the platform, as well as scoring and transparency. “I think it is really important to make data consumable and make it so that it's very easy to understand.” -Caleb [25.00] Who will benefit from using the contract management suite [26.14] Examples of helping someone with Sifted's technology. [29.28] Predictions for 2023. [31.50] Caleb's final words. RESOURCES AND LINKS MENTIONED: Head over to Sifted's website now to find out more and discover how they could help you too. You can also connect with Sifted and keep up to date with the latest over on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, or you can connect with Caleb on LinkedIn. If you enjoyed the show, why not check out our first mini-series in collaboration with Sifted where we really predicted the future. It was called “Tomorrow's Insights Delivered Today“. In episode 286, Ami Bensman took a closer look at the Sifted Score; in episode 288, Kevin Miller talked all about simulation and modeling; in episode 290, Caleb Nelson took us on a deep dive into Sifted's Parcel Audit solution for shippers; and in episode 293, Adam Moulding introduced us to Sifted's Contract Management Suite. Check out our other podcasts HERE.
This episode is brought to you by Sendlane. Paul says, “for us shipping protection is a white glove experience that you as a consumer can add at the checkout level to your cart that helps protect you against lost, theft, damage, basically anything that could happen in transit, but also offset 100% of the carbon that's associated with your order.” Today we interview Paul Bartholomew, Co-founder & Chief Growth Officer. Corso provides carbon offsets + shipping protection to Shopify brands. We discuss: * His gratefulness for his wife * Overview and origins of Corso and why they are merchant focused * Why post-purchase is so vital * How brands can be more sustainable * Trends that they see in the market, including sustainability, outsourcing, and more * Advice for entrepreneurs, including trusting your team * Advice on growth * How Corso works with brands, including onboarding, fees * Their new upcoming suite of products Join Ramon Vela and Paul Bartholomew, as we break down the inside story of Corso on The Story of a Brand. For more on Corso, visit: https://www.corso.com/ Subscribe and listen to the podcast on all major apps. Simply search for “The Story of a Brand” on your favorite podcast player. * This episode is brought to you by Sendlane. Alright, guys, here's the deal: I have a gift for you from our primary sponsor — Sendlane. They're giving away their online course eCommerce Academy - Email & SMS Marketing! This course gives you the step-by-step playbook to drive more revenue and retention with email & SMS. This is typically a $500 package, but for our listeners, it's entirely FREE when you get started with your FREE 14-day trial of Sendlane. When you do, chat with their support team and let them know you're one of our listeners to get full access to hours of course content that will help you make email marketing your #1 growth engine. Visit https://storybrandgift.com to get the details, sign up for a free trial and get your gift!
** Are you a Martech Enthusiast? Subscribe to our 2-weekly newsletter at clubmartech.com ** SEO is one of the most important fundamentals that every B2b marketer should at least have some basic knowledge of. Or should they? In this episode, Elias has a chat with Ken Marshall, the CGO of RevenueZen, a top agency for B2B organic growth. Topics we discuss: How technical is SEO? How much time does SEO take for a typical B2B brand? Do you need to outsource SEO? SEO trends for 2023 Differences in SEO for B2B and B2C brands LinkedIn Ken: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kennethdwmarshall/ Website RevenueZen: https://revenuezen.com/ ** Are you a Martech Enthusiast? Subscribe to our 2-weekly newsletter at clubmartech.com ** The Marketing Technology Podcast is brought to you by Marketing Guys, the #1 Martech agency in Europe. If you want to be on this podcast or would like to know more about Marketing Technology, visit our website at marketingguys.com or contact Elias Crum at email@example.com
In this week's episode of Data Unlocked, Jason sits down with Cindy Brown, Chief Performance Officer at MERGE, and Keith Turco, Chief Growth Officer at MERGE.Before taking her expertise to MERGE, Cindy was the founder and former CEO of Blue Moon Digital, a digital marketing agency.She's a digital marketing expert, and today, she's using her knowledge at MERGE.As for Keith, he is a seasoned marketing and advertising, and technology executive who started his career nearly two decades ago at AT&T.Today, he is MERGE's Chief Growth Officer.For those of you who won't know, MERGE is a company that merges storytelling with technology in order to make a meaningful difference in the human experience and promote health, wealth, and happiness in the world.In this episode, Cindy, Keith, and Jason discuss connected products, how they work, why they're changing the market, and more.Ready to learn?Let's dive in.Key Takeaways:Intro (00:00)Meet Cindy and Keith (00:31)A quick story (01:27)How COVID changed the market for brands (11:23)The potential uses of QR codes (19:33)Final questions (20:53)Additional Resources:Get in contact with Cindy here.Get in contact with Keith here.Learn more about MERGE here.>>Learn more about us here.Follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram.If you enjoyed this episode, please follow, rate, and leave a review on your favorite podcast platform!
Babies need a lot of stuff, which is why expectant parents spend 40 hours on average building out their baby registry. On today's show, Lee Anne Grant, Chief Growth Officer at Babylist, discusses her career path from babysitter to Babylist, how the company uses TikTok and the metaverse to meet their consumers where they are, and the evolution of Babylist into the leading vertical marketplace and commerce destination for baby. Learn more at retailgetsreal.com.
It's a Customer's World podcast host Andy Murray sat down with Eric Howerton, Founder and Chief Growth Officer of Whyte Spyder. Eric is an expert in optimizing a brand's digital shelf and in this episode he covers his journey into this space and how important an optimized digital shelf is for a brand's e-commerce growth. Questions and Topics:00:51 Guest Introduction06:27 How to manage conflicting goals to create effective PDPs08:33 How do retailers vary in the e-commerce space?10:25 Do people understand the challenges in this space?11:17 The interconnection of RMNs and e-commerce14:42 The underestimated investment it takes to be effective in an evolving retail space16:11 Who does Whyte Spyder work with?18:30 Is there a difference in marketplace PDPs vs 1st Party PDPs19:28 How to achieve better returns on ad spend by improving PDPs21:45 How to stay on top of such a fast moving space24:00 The profile of a person that would be successful in this space27:07 The importance of problem solving in an ambiguous space29:07 How do you see the industry evolving in the next few years?30:55 The journey of selling a company you started33:30 Advice for prospective entrepreneurs35:00 The future of PodcastVideos.com37:55 Promo code for first recording session
Josh and Brian are joined by Dan Bowles, Aledade's Chief Growth Officer, to discuss the state of the value-based care landscape and how to distinguish the various models fellow travelers are implementing in the space.
This episode of the Live Better Seller Better Podcast features Beth Jacobs, Chief Growth Officer at vChief. Ever since the pandemic prompted lockdowns and many people have changed to a remote work set-up, most have started to think differently about working in an office and having autonomy.Beth shares her experience working from home since 2009 and how she got there, finding out where which work environment you thrive in, and why working remotely is effective for some and not others. She also provides insights for leaders in building structure to make sure their teams are still getting things done. HIGHLIGHTSDistinguishing the difference between performing and thriving Your work experiences brought you to where you are todayHow leadership can make sure people are getting things done when working remotelyThe connection and importance of accountability and autonomy QUOTESWorking too many hours a week - Beth: "So what did I do? I worked more. And the problem is that you get into a cycle where that is rewarded. Like I can have you instead of two people. It worked for me for a while and I was rewarded for it so it has taken me many years to break some of those habits."Understanding what people value in terms of working hours - Beth: "People can think about what they are valuing and the fact that you are working so hard and what that actually means in terms of what you're producing and how you're performing."Building a healthy and sustainable work set-up as a leader - Beth: "As leaders, it comes down to finding a fit for you in an organization that values the same things that you value and then ensuring that that is the leadership that you are giving to your team." You can find out more about Beth in the links below:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/beth-jacobs-55952b18/Twitter: https://twitter.com/_beth_jacobs_ Live Better. Sell Better. is sponsored by our proud partners:Vidyard | vidyard.comChili Piper | chilipiper.com
Maybe you've done something great for yourself, but imagine doing it while also adding layers to that making it a truly impactful experience. In this episode, Erik Cabral speaks with Bo Parfet, the Chief Growth Officer of DLP Real Estate Capital. From overcoming dyslexia growing up to climbing the Seven Summits, Bo is the epitome of what it's like to do something great – not just for yourself but for other people. Here are some power takeaways from today's conversation: Bo's eureka moment Figuring out YOUR best way to absorb information The power of adding layers to an experience Bo's life-changing canoeing experience Moments he embraced the F word Where DLP Capital focuses Helping people through grace Episode Highlights: [03:58] Figuring Out Your Best Way to Absorb Information People have different ways of learning and absorbing information. You need to figure out the best style that works for you because we all learn differently. One of the best ways to learn is also teaching what you learn to other people. [17:02] Adding Layers to an Experience It wasn't just an epiphany on the summit of Kilimanjaro that happened to Bo. It was a huge internal shift where he realized there's more to life than just being a banker. The door had been cracked open. He just had to keep climbing so the door would open up wider. There's nothing wrong with doing something great for yourself. People need those journeys for themselves. But when you can add in other layers where you can add impact to the community, that's going to make it an experience of a lifetime. Resources Mentioned: Website: www.dlpcapital.com GoBundance SJREIA Books: www.amazon.com/Bo-Parfet/e/B001JSAIIQ Building an Elite Organization The Four Agreements Entrepreneurs Circle podcast is an On Air Brands production. On Air Brands is one of the leaders for launch, production, and promotion of top-rated business and real estate investing podcasts. Reach out to On Air Brands here ---> firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more at: www.onairbrands.com Find and follow find Erik at: www.erikcabral.co Download Erik's FREE GUIDE to podcasting at: www.erikcabral.co/guide Check out this show and previous inspiring guests at Entrepreneurs Circle in Apple Podcasts. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/erikecabral/support
Episode SummaryAllison Kopf is the Chief Growth Officer at iUNU, a software development company that's building the future of the controlled environment agriculture (CEA) industry through their AI-driven LUNA platform that enables growers to develop a feedback loop between capturing data and managing processes to create precise, predictable production. Today, Harry welcomes Allison back to the show for Round 2 where they discuss the merging of Artemis and iUNU, her new role as Chief Growth Officer, and the many ways she's helping to promote and empower female founders and entrepreneurs. Thanks to Our SponsorsCultivatd – https://cultivatd.com/ (https://cultivatd.com/) Key Takeaways07:13 – Harry welcomes Allison Kopf back to the show to talk about her experience at Indoor AgTech and her new position as Chief Growth Officer at iUNU 10:54 – The origin story of iUNU and feedback from growers on implementing this new system 20:13 – Where Allison is identifying new opportunities for growth 26:58 – The learning curve going from Artemis to iUNU and the amazing potential of AI and augmented reality 31:47 – Nokia's Influencer Series on Food Waste 34:46 – Allison reflects on her time as Entrepreneur in Residence at NDRC 39:58 – How XFactor Ventures is helping female founders 41:58 – A tough question Allison has had to ask herself recently and best practices that have become critical to her success 46:41 – A specific ask Allison has for the audience 48:04 – Harry thanks Allison for joining the show and lets listeners know where they can connect with her and learn more about iUNU Tweetable Quotes“Honestly, it's so hugely valuable with a system like this. Yes, it's sometimes difficult to start up with a new system like this. Old technology has a learning curve to it, so you have to kind of get used to this, or maybe change your processes slightly to fit into the new system. But at the end of the day, what we're focused on is driving real, tangible, calculable value for these growers. Our growers on average are seeing 3x returns on investment every year that they implement this system. And it's continuous throughout the system because of how much value we can drive.” (14:29) (Allison) “One of the really neat things about this system is it really helps drive that comprehensive coverage component that is really tough to do.” (16:39) (Allison) “There's a huge understanding process that has to happen because, especially for growers, they're very very talented at doing these things. And so they're used to seeing things that they've created. So, you take a tomato grower who's used to doing crop registration and they're great at it. The problem isn't that they're not good at it. The problem is that they can't do it comprehensively for each plant.” (24:56) (Allison) “I think that the augmenting of what we're doing in reality is amazing. We have a grower shortage. We all know this. We have to acknowledge this. But, if we can augment our growers and turn one grower into ten growers and think about it that way, that to me is almost magical. Except that it's not magic, it's science.” (28:17) (Allison) “The more I get into something, the more questions I end up having. It's not the more answers you have, it's the more questions. And that's a good scenario because it prompts you to think about things in different ways.” (33:23) (Allison) “I've always been deeply curious. I just want to dig into things more, and more, and more, and learn because there's so much to learn. If we ever want to have the belief that we can build something bigger and make a lasting impact on an industry or on the world, to me, part of that has to be this open mindset of learning.” (37:29) (Allison) Resources MentionedAllison's LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/allisonkopf/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/allisonkopf/) iUNU – https://iunu.com/...
Ari Schuler, CEO of goTenna, and Andrea Garrity, Chief Growth Officer of goTenna, join Lucas Bagno and Ian Cinnamon join us on this episode of Solarpunk. Takeaways:- goTenna was founded after Hurricane Sandy when a brother and sister didn't know if the other was safe because the cell network weren't working. It has since grown into the company that it is today, selling to government as well as consumers.- Ari and Andrea suggest that startups refrain from complaining or dwelling on how tough the procurement system is to navigate in the US government. They say “pass the test, don't fight the test.”- Andrea says that much of innovation is personality driven — finding the right people who will run through walls when everyone else gives up.- There is plenty that they would change about the government procurement system. If one agency has found a tech useful, other agencies should be able to also use that tech without going through all the paperwork and bureaucracy over again.- The fact that US doesn't manufacture much at home and would be stranded if a major war started tomorrow is of concern to them.Thanks for listening — if you like what you hear, please review us on your favorite podcast platform.Check us out on the web at www.villageglobal.vc or get in touch with us on Twitter @villageglobal.Want to get updates from us? Subscribe to get a peek inside the Village. We'll send you reading recommendations, exclusive event invites, and commentary on the latest happenings in Silicon Valley. www.villageglobal.vc/signup
In this conversation, we discuss the ways brands must fight for attention in an oversaturated market.THIS WEEK'S TOPIC:Brands must fight for attention in an oversaturated market, with a customer base that is growing more weary of and savvy to advertising. By focusing on engaging interactions and building affection, ThreeSixtyEight has found a clear path to success.You will also learn:Interaction > interruptionYour aim should be winning affection rather than stealing attentionNo-code tools are changing the business for the betterTHIS WEEK'S GUESTAdrian Owens Jones helps teams leverage data and technology to improve their strategy and drive growth. She is known for bringing a creative approach to problem-solving, coupled with sound technical skills honed over her time as an analyst. She became a data junkie through a non-traditional path. She started as a top world-ranked player in World of Warcraft. This experience taught her the critical technical and leadership skills she uses to this day as Chief Growth Officer and EOS Integrator at ThreeSixtyEight.Adrian is a life-long learner. She has a bachelor's degree from Oklahoma State in Classical Studies and is pursuing her MALA at Louisiana State University with a focus on Leadership & Emerging Technology. Her research is exploring the relationship between millennial leadership and video games. She is also a Gallup-Certified strengths coach.Support the showBrought to you in partnership with:Agency For Change - Agency for Change is an uplifting podcast from KidGlov that aims to tell feel good stories from around the world. Every week, you'll hear from changemakers who are using their power to address real issues and improve lives through their nonprofits, programs, products or services. And you'll learn about the role each of us can play in making our own positive change.
Host Chaz Wolfe brings on Seth Kaplan, a 7+ figure king in the sales-based technology industry. Seth is the Co-Founder and Chief Growth Officer of Win Local, Inc. out of New York and has spent the last 15 years doing what he loves. Through Win Local, Seth is transforming what it means to hand someone a business card in an all-in-one connection point. In this episode, Chaz and Seth discuss listening to customers, key times to diversify a business, and how digital business cards bring everything together by building momentum in the sales process. Tune in now and discover great ways to push your business to new heights! During this episode, you will learn about; [01:25] - Intro to Seth and his business [02:16] - Why does Seth push? [03:34] - Seth's personal motivations [05:48] - How Seth finds happiness through the difficult times [08:27] - Seth's background [10:17] - How Seth began his business [13:53] - How Seth capitalizes on the modern era [17:22] - A good decision Seth made [19:06] - How Seth niched down [22:38] - A learning moment for Seth [24:51] - How does Seth approach diversification? [27:53] - If Seth could use only one metric, what would it be? [30:46] - Seth's thoughts on networking and masterminding [32:55] - If Seth had one hour per week to run his business, how would he use it? [34:42] - If Seth lost everything, what would he do? [36:02] - How to connect with Seth [38:34] - How to connect with Chaz and info on Gathering The Kings 90 Day Intensive Notable Quotes “Change does not happen overnight. You don't build something meaningful in a day.” - Seth Kaplan “It's almost my fiduciary responsibility to talk to you about what I'm doing if I believe it can help you and grow your business.“ - Seth Kaplan “The product should be based around the highest and best use of the tools for your target market.” - Seth Kaplan “You should listen to what the market is telling you because the market will win.” - Seth Kaplan “You can network while you mastermind but you can't always mastermind while you network.” - Seth Kaplan “I think the most exciting thing is that I'm not committed to the five year, but I'm very committed to today.” - Seth Kaplan Books and Resources Recommended: The Greatest Salesman in the World by Og Mandino http://www.amazon.com/Greatest-Salesman-World-Og-Mandino/dp/055327757X (www.amazon.com/Greatest-Salesman-World-Og-Mandino/dp/055327757X) Let's Connect! Seth Kaplan: - Text ‘seth' to  to connect with Seth Kaplan! Website: https://www.winlocal.com (https://www.winlocal.com) - use promo code: GTK20 promo code to get 20% off LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sethkaplannyc/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/sethkaplannyc/) Chaz Wolfe (Host): Website: https://www.chazwolfe.com/gathering-the-kings.html (https://www.chazwolfe.com/gathering-the-kings.html) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chazwolfe/ (https://www.facebook.com/chazwolfe/) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gatheringthekings/ (https://www.instagram.com/gatheringthekings/) LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chaz-wolfe-86767054/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/chaz-wolfe-86767054/) TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@chazwolfe_kings ( https://www.tiktok.com/@chazwolfe_kings) If you liked this episode, please SUBSCRIBE to the podcast and drop us a FIVE-STAR REVIEW. We appreciate you, and your support enables us to keep bringing you the goods on the show!
Credit unions have a unique advantage helping members access the best possible products through a great member experience. Fintechs have a distinct advantage in cutting edge technology and working with traditional financial partners to level-up their digital experiences. But once a partnership is in place- what makes it work? Our guest today, Jaynel Christensen, Chief Growth Officer at Commonwealth Credit Union, has spent her career increasing access to affordable credit for her members. Naturally, when fintechs entered the landscape to make lending more efficient, her team wanted in. As an earlier adopter of fintech partnerships, Jaynel shares her experience in finding the right partners for credit unions. Join us as Jeff and Jaynel discuss: The future of in-branch experience for members Commonwealth's productive history of Fintech partnerships How fintech partnerships deliver the AI expertise to streamline efficiency Want to learn more about how Upstart partners with credit unions? Check out this case study mentioned in the episode.
Today's Rock Star Panel is Kristen Pechacek, Chief Growth Officer of MassageLuxe, Robert Mitchell, Head of Franchise Development at Ultra Pool Care Squad, and Dawn Weiss, a CMO at Xponential Fitness for Rowhouse and STRIDE! They are taking some risks next year because that's how you win in franchising and marketing! And today they will share these big crazy ideas with you. We'll cover ideas you can use on CTV, Moment Blast, YouTube ads, YouTube Shorts, Reels, The Metaverse, BeReal, of course TikTok, and the potential return of a little social media channel called Twitter. And on these channels and technologies, how can we best work with micro-influencers, home-grown influencers, local news personalities, realtors, and local business owners? Thanks to Hughes, Northeast Color, and Serviceminder.
In today's episode of The Metaverse Podcast, we talk to Martin Avetisyan, Chief Growth Officer of Farfetch, with the mission to be the global platform for luxury fashion, connecting creators, curators and consumers. The Chief Growth Officer of Farfetch is joined by our host and CEO, Jamie Burke. Fashion is a community-driven industry, it's not a coincidence that luxury fashion is one of the closest in adoption into the metaverse. Diving into: Why Farfetch is a tech company The importance of Web3 at Farfetch Fashion industry in the Metaverse Tokenized loyalty Farfetch x Outlier Ventures Accelerator #farfetch #fashion #digitalfashion #luxury #metaverse #accelerator #luxurybrands ------------ Whether you're a founder, investor, developer, or just have an interest in the future of the Open Metaverse, we invite you to hear from the people supporting its growth. Outlier Ventures is the Open Metaverse accelerator, helping over 100 Web3 startups a year. You can apply for startup funding here - https://ov.click/pddsbcq122 Questions? Join our community: Discord - https://ov.click/pddssodcq122 Telegram - https://ov.click/pddssotgq122 Twitter - https://ov.click/pddssotwq122 LinkedIn - https://ov.click/pddssoliq122 More - https://ov.click/pddslkq122 For further Open Metaverse content: Listen to The Metaverse Podcast - https://ov.click/pddsmcq122 Sign up for our quarterly live events at - https://ov.click/pddsdfq122 Check out our portfolio - https://ov.click/pddspfq122 Thanks for listening!
Thinking big has been redefined by technology. Things that didn't seem feasible just a few years ago have become realities, pushing the boundaries of what's possible. Now more than ever, it feels like there's no limit to how far or how big we can think. This week's guest, Hind Sebti, the Co-Founder and Chief Growth Officer at Waldencast is reframing what a beauty strategic looks like. She joins Kelly Kovack to discuss her mission to build a global beauty and wellness house of brands.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When consumers love your brand, they should be able to reach and access you from almost every outlet possible. Always be open, be versatile, and do not limit yourself. In this episode, Yoni Mazor, CGO of Getida, talks about Amazon and selling on different channels. He also shares his growth throughout the years. Listen and learn in this episode!KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODEWhen you offer your products on Amazon, logistically speaking, you have two main options.Fulfilled by Merchant (FBM) - you have your fulfillment center or use a third-party logistics center that will store your inventory and once the orders come in from the marketplace, they're going to pick, pack, and fulfill them.Fulfilled by Amazon (FBA) - you can ship in bulk all your inventory to Amazon's fulfillment centers.If there are lost products, Amazon will activate their insurance policy and within this policy, they will provide reimbursement or refund.The Amazon industry is still growing. The only thing is that it's going slower than it was in the past two years.As long as you have a good quality product with a competitive price, you should be on Amazon.It's a reality that there are so many consumers out there that you don't have access to, but Amazon has them and their wallet is pretty much opened up. List your product on Amazon and make it as beautiful as you can. You can drive traffic to it the way you drive traffic successfully into your website.Don't limit yourself. Think worldwide.You have to be versatile, you have to be everywhere, and you have to be a strong business.If you are versatile and you become a big brand, you are still a business even if your website or Amazon shuts down for whatever reason.When you put commitment, brilliance, intelligence, creativity, energy, and love as a professional into what you do, scaling becomes second nature.Recommended App:Slack https://www.slack.com Recommended Audiobook: Intelligent Investor by Benjamin GrahamToday's Guest:Yoni Mazor is a co-founder and the Chief Growth Officer of Getida. Getida is a technology company with the mission to help eCommerce brands with their auditing needs. Connect and learn more about Yoni and Getida here: Website: https://www.getida.com Page: https://www.getida.com/yoni-info This month's sponsor is OneLab Group, and Oracle NetSuite Partner who specializes in DTC companies. They simplify the complex when it comes to building a scalable digital operations platform. Visit www.onelabgroup.com to connect with them now. We love our podcast community and listeners so much that we have decided to offer a free eCommerce Growth Plan for your brand! To learn more and how we can help, click here: upgrowthcommerce.com/grow Join our community and connect with other eCommerce brand owners and marketers! https://www.facebook.com/groups/secretstoscalingpodcast...
Three years ago the average person might've had to Google what supply chain means. Today, most people are familiar with the term, and we're dealing with mainstream supply chain challenges that affect us all. Today's guest is sharing how to overcome them. This episode features an interview with Jim Owens, Chief Growth Officer at SDI. SDI is the supply chain solutions and services company that specializes in helping large, multi-site facilities and plant maintenance leaders to reduce costs and risk while driving overall performance results and outcomes.On today's episode, Jim joins us to discuss leveraging competitive advantage, why technology is no longer a nice-to-have in supply chain solutions, and the importance of level-setting what you can and cannot control in an unpredictable supply chain landscape. Guest Bio:Adept at building high-performance sales organizations and establishing integrity-based client relationships within highly competitive markets, Jim brings a unique blend of strategic and creative thought to every client engagement to create an environment of proactive collaboration and common value for both SDI's clients and the market at large.With a history of commercial and industrial business development for companies like EMCOR, Transfield Services and IFCO, Jim excels at creating and implementing successful and strategic value-driven solutions that transcend industry sectors. As a business development leader, his passion has driven him to develop innovative ideas and strategies to help clients solve their toughest challenges. A member (and former chair) of Penn State University's Center for Supply Chain Research (CSCR) Advisory Board, and a member of the ConnexFM Technology advisory board, Jim Owens is committed to supply chain and facilities excellence, has co-authored research on Last-Yard logistics, and has presented at several educational symposiums. —Guest Quote“If three years ago I was at a cocktail party and somebody asked me what I did and I told 'em, ‘supply chain,' they would look at me with confusion. Today you can't wake up in the morning and open your computer, turn on your television, or look at your phone without seeing some story related to supply chain. So it's mainstream. It's front of mind. To answer your question, is it getting better? I think it is incrementally, and I think we have a long way to go.” - Jim Owens Time Stamps**(02:21) The SDI model **(06:12) Supply chain challenges **(14:50) How to avoid supply chain disruption **(18:54) The retail space in an upcoming recession**(23:40) This is how we do it **(29:47) How businesses can be proactive **(36:47) The future —Sponsor:ServiceChannel brings you peace of mind through peak facilities performance.Rest easy knowing your locations are:Offering the best possible guest experienceLiving up to brand standardsOperating with minimal downtimeServiceChannel partners with more than 500 leading brands globally to provide visibility across operations, the flexibility to grow and adapt to consumer expectations, and accelerated performance from their asset fleet and service providers. Get to know us at Servicechannel.com—Links Connect with Jim Owens on LinkedInConnect with Sid Shetty on LinkedinCheck out the ServiceChannel Website
Hallo, bonjour, and welcome to the Don't waste water podcast! I am your host, Antoine Walter, and in today's episode, I am delighted to welcome Kunal Shah as my guest! Kunal is Chief Growth Officer at Anaergia, and a council member of the World Biogas Association, the Singapore Water Association, and Imagine H2O Asia. Anaergia ambitions to convert waste into a carbon-negative fuel for a sustainable future. By Season 5, episode 12, we got to meet one of the Water Industry's legends, Andrew Benedek, the founder and architect of Zenon. There were so many nuggets to dig, from wastewater membranes to entrepreneurship through some of the boldest moves in our industry, that I didn't really cover his new endeavor with Anaergia. Actually, to be honest, I did it on purpose at the time. Because when I interviewed Andrew, I had just met Kunal a couple weeks before at the Global Water Summit. And the least I can say is that I got incredibly impressed by his speed of thought, his knowledge, and his accuracy. And as he had almost agreed to join me on that microphone, I wanted him to be our guide into the present and the future of biomethane production, aka our sector's carbon-negative fuel. I finally could take my microphones to Anaergia's office in Singapore some weeks ago, and let's face it, the rest is gold. But don't take my word for it; experience it for yourself. So I'll strive to keep this intro short and let you dive into Kunal's insight as fast as possible. Because when interviews are on my editing table, I always extract some highlights to share them on social media. Kunal broke a record: right now, I have about 14 minutes of highlights! So remember, if you like what you hear, don't keep that knowledge for you. Sharing is Caring, take this episode and share it with a colleague, come tell me what you liked about it on LinkedIn, grab your friend's phones and subscribe them to the podcast, come on do it, and I'll meet you on the other side! How to Make Carbon Negative Fuel, Boost Utility's Revenue and Save the World
If you're looking to feel inspired – and hopeful – you'll want to hear from Host Chelsea Behrens' guest on this episode of The 2x Women In Tech Podcast. Jessica Nava, Chief Growth Officer at The Moxie Exchange, made a leap out of her longtime and very successful career in sales and development to take on the mission of making workplaces more diverse and inclusive. She is all about empowering marginalized people with the ultimate goal of being a boardroom that represents currently under-represented people – and sooner than later! You'll learn all about The Moxie Exchange's evolution into an app that provides organizations metrics, predictive data, and a platform for meaningful change in the workplace. Their Everyday Inclusion offers a safe space for people to explore, interact and grow in their commitment to DEI, fostering a sense in everyone that they belong. Jess shares highlights from her unexpected career trajectory as well as amazing words of wisdom for women who are contemplating a leap into tech. The opportunities are abundant, she says, so listen to your intuition, take a risk, and leap in! For episode resources and more info, visit our 2x Women in Tech website
Shaival Desai is the Chief Growth Officer, of Petpooja, a next-generation restaurant management platform offering state-of-the-art POS (Point of Sale) software to manage restaurant billing, inventory, online orders, menu, and customers. Fondly known as the Google of Petpooja by his colleagues, Shaival oversees the company's marketing, advanced products, in-house sales, and training. Along with his team of professionals, he also plays an instrumental role in building Petpooja's advanced products such as Voice Ordering KIOSK, Order Serving Robot, Waiter-calling devices, etc. Aside from these core responsibilities, Shaival drives SaaS implementation at the company to streamline the processes for the other teams.
Today we give a very warm welcome to Desmond Smith, the Chief Growth Officer at United Wholesale Mortgage to the Housing News podcast!Clayton and Desmon talk about how his career — which has spanned multiple institutions across the mortgage industry, including Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase, and Fannie Mae — has shaped the way he currently operates as a mortgage executive at UWM. He also jumps into how the past year has shaped both his personal and professional goals, how he leads day-to-day and how his strategy to grow the broker channel is coming to fruition.Enjoy the episode!The Housing News podcast explores the most important topics happening in mortgage, real estate, and fintech. Each week a new mortgage or real estate executive joins the show to add perspective to the top stories crossing HousingWire's news desk. Hosted by Clayton Collins and produced by the HW Media team.
The key to outbound? Showing them you know where it hurts. In this episode, Darryl's guest is Christian Banach, Principal and Chief Growth Officer at Christian Banach LLC. Join them as they cover: the first thing to get right with outbound prospecting (and how to hone your skills), differentiating your communications in a way that works (based on customer feedback), balancing quality vs quantity in your prospecting efforts, the one metric you should be focusing on, and how to build trust.
Rob Schutz is the Chief Growth Officer and Co-founder of Ro, a direct-to-patient healthcare company providing high-quality, affordable healthcare without the need for insurance. Rob guides Ro's growth, marketing and communications functions to tell Ro's story of putting patients in control of their health. He applies his extensive experience in consumer marketing to ensure Ro is resonating with patients by directly addressing their healthcare concerns. Under Rob's leadership, these functions have helped propel Ro into one of the fastest growing companies in the country, achieving unicorn status in 2020. As of September '22, Rob has stepped back from day-to-day at Ro while continuing to serve as an advisor and on Ro's Board of Directors. Prior to Ro, Rob was VP of Growth at Bark, the makers of BarkBox, where he joined as employee #7 and helped scale revenue from zero to $100 million. He also founded a Washington DC-based daily deals site that was acquired by kgbdeals in 2011. An expert in user acquisition, Rob has also served as a curriculum developer and instructor for General Assembly. He has been recognized by Business Insider as a 30 Under 40 leader in Healthcare. Rob earned his B.S. in Management Information Systems from Penn State University.
It's a fact that the partner industry is changing and will consolidate in the next few years. The question here is, what are you doing to keep up to remain relevant? Doug Wendt is on the show to share his perspective on the evolving partnership ecosystems. Doug is the Co-Founder, senior partner, and Chief Growth Officer at Wendt Partners, an Elite HubSpot Partner and comprehensive technological solutions firm. He shares his journey to becoming an Elite HubSpot Partner, how to win in the new partner industry and how to build a culture that fuels growth. Links 429 - Show Notes Doug's LinkedIn Profile Wendt Parners Website Cloud Consultants Collective SendSpark Connect With Paul On LinkedIn On Facebook On Twitter: @PaulHiggins555 On Instagram: @paulhigginsmentoring Email: Paul@paulhigginsmentoring.com Thank You for Tuning In!
Product-led growth (PLG) is such a hot topic right now. But how do you know if this product-led motion is right for your business? In this episode of The Revenue Engine Podcast, Esben Friis-Jensen, the Co-Founder and Chief Growth Officer at Userflow, shares his perspective on how to set up a PLG motion for success. Esben is a huge champion of the power of product-led and shares best practices around a PLG motion - and explains why it is not just a motion - it's a mindset.
Today, I have two guests on the podcast - Pierrick Poulenas, co-founder and CEO of Picterra along with Pascal van Dalen, the Chief Growth Officer. Picterra is an Earth observation startup based in Switzerland, providing a platform to train, deploy, and manage geospatial models at scale. Picterra sits at what I call the "Distribution" layer of Earth observation, allowing users to make sense of geospatial data and operationalise it within their organisations. I have been following them for many years and they have an interesting evolution.In this episode, we talk about Picterra's story, their strategy, the meaning of geospatial MLOps, how they resist the temptation to verticalise and build applications, the state of Earth observation and more.---[01:05]: Intro[03:38]: An overview of Picterra[10:42]: Picterra's business model and customers[15:12]: Picterra's pricing model[21:06]: Partnerships and go-to-market strategy [24:26]: What is Geospatial MLOps?[30:45]: What's on the roadmap for Picterra?[34:36]: Why does Picterra not verticalise?[40:12]: The state of Earth observation: Whether we need for big data, the entry of big tech and the advisory service layer[47:01]: Wrap-up
Wesley Mathews is the co-founder and Chief Growth Officer of High Level Marketing, a nationwide full-service digital marketing company. High Level Marketing has been helping businesses grow their reach and impact online since 2009, and quickly became one of the fastest-growing web marketing firms in Michigan. In this episode, we talked about digital marketing, customer satisfaction, SEO, CRM, branding...
Do you struggle creating meaningful connections with fellow leaders? You're not alone. Many executives find it difficult to make real connections in todays business world. Many turn to online groups to try and forge connections and seek advice; however, many groups fall short of creating an atmosphere that promotes building meaningful relationships. But there are groups out there that have mastered the art of groups. CORE Connect is one of those groups. Meagan DeMenna is the Chief Growth Officer at CORE Connect and she shares her thoughts on how to build stronger relationships to improve your performance.In this episode, Meagan shares: What CORE Connect is. What were the issues or gaps that led them to create CORE Connect. Why sales and marketing executives are hesitant to be vulnerable in groups. Figuring out what type of group is right for you and when you're ready to join a more in depth group like CORE Connect. What benefits can someone experience from joining a group. How the lack of “real life' connections between professionals led us to the point where we have to be more intentional about joining groups like CORE Connect. What you get with the CORE Connect membership.About Meagan DeMennaMeagan DeMenna is the Partner and Chief Growth Officer at CORE Connect, a private network for executives to forge meaningful relationships with fellow leaders who want to maximize their quality of life while keeping their careers interesting. She lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband and two sons.Want to connect with Meagan? Connect with her on LinedInFind out more on CORE ConnectAbout The B2B MixThe B2B Mix Show with Alanna Jackson and Stacy Jackson is brought to you by The B2B Mix agency. Need help with your B2B online presence? Let's talk!Connect with us on social media:The B2B Mix Show — Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, FacebookStacy Jackson — Twitter, LinkedInAlanna Jackson — Twitter, LinkedIn
Today I'm joined by SEKO Logistics, a global, market-leading provider of logistics services who are small enough to care, but big enough to scale, for shippers around the world. SEKO provides complete supply chain solutions, specializing in transportation, logistics, forwarding and warehousing. Powered by their innovative and customizable IT solutions, SEKO provide a seamless flow of information, giving their ever-growing customer base true supply chain visibility. With over 120 offices in 40 countries worldwide, the SEKO model enables customers to benefit from global implementation experience, coupled with vital in-country knowledge and service at the local level. Today Brian Bourke, Chief Growth Officer at SEKO Logistics, joins me to chat all about the company and exactly how they help their customers; supply chain visibility; the importance of customer satisfaction; and the increasing trend for using supply chain as a competitive advantage. IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS: [07.30] Brian's career journey, and the huge growth that he's helped to drive at SEKO. “We doubled in a size [within a year]… it's a testament to our investment and expansion in ecommerce, ecommerce logistics, international ecommerce shipping, home delivery and last mile!” [09.29] An overview of SEKO Logistics – what they do and how they help their customers. “Wherever our clients are sourcing from, we can help them bring it into their home market. And, from there, it's all about connecting to ecommerce.” [15.31] The exponential growth that SEKO experienced during the pandemic, and what they learned. “It used to be, clients in the same industry followed similar patterns. Well that's no longer the case. Everyone is unique: everyone's implementing different things at different times, launching new sourcing in new countries, slowing down their supply chain, speeding it up… all of these things are happening in real time.” [19.53] SEKO Live's easy onboarding and implementation process, and the solutions' ideal customer. “It's a disjointed process. We want to create a seamless, integrated, on-brand and ultimately easy process.” [22.15] A case study showing how SEKO Live helped a key customer to identify which vendor was causing the most service issues with their deliveries, so that they could be laser-focused in creating solutions that reduce returns and ultimately save money. “Having agile, nimble, flexible, responsive partners that can help you pivot has been ever more critical.” [24.01] From strategic partnerships and acquisitions to the growth of e-commerce, the future for SEKO Logistics. “There's an ecosystem out there, and we should all leverage it… it's so important to partner with, and purchase from, best-in-class providers. Technology is critically important – but you don't need to do it all on your own anymore!” RESOURCES AND LINKS MENTIONED: Want to dive in a little deeper? Head over to SEKO Logistics' website now to learn more and discover how they could help you. You can also connect with SEKO Logistics and keep up to date with everything they have going on over on LinkedIn, Twitter or Facebook, or you can connect with Brian on LinkedIn. You have your option, so take control of your demand chain today. If you enjoyed this episode, and are interested in learning more about the challenges and opportunities to be found in shipping, why not check out No Bullshipping with Hope White, one of our incredible live shows, that regularly features the key players, and their suppliers, that support both the global and domestic supply chain. And if you're thinking about how ecommerce has changed as we head into 2023, why not listen to 238: Year In Review, featuring journalist and logistics tech expert Eric Johnson - what a year 2022 has been! Check out our other podcasts HERE.
The world of talent acquisition has never been more competitive, so the need to invest in and develop the talent you have is even more of a priority now than ever before. On this episode we welcome a competitior within the space of talent development in that of Elena Agaragimova, Head of Talent Acquisition & Development with Horizon Industries Ltd. and Chief Growth Officer with Bessern. Eager to learn how you can work towards your optimal self and realize your potential? Reach out to Steve today to arrange your free 30-minute consultation at email@example.com Within the epiosde, Steve & Elena cover a number of topics on performance, self-development, culture, and relationships. Furthermore, Elena provides key insight on topics such as The competitive nature of the present world of talent development How the basics provide the foundation for optimal performance Delivering value both in yourself and the relationships with others How a comfortable workspace truly facilitates ideal work conditions You can learn more about Elena by reaching out and connecting with her over LinkedIn, going to her webstie at www.bessern.co and also by checking out her podcast, The Shift with Elena Agar at https://www.youtube.com/c/ElenaAgaragimova
Eric McHugh is Chief Growth Officer and one of the founders of SHOPX. Prior to that, he worked at Snap, bankruptcy consulting, and helped found a social commerce platform with over 100 brands. Eric's hobbies include Chess, Muy Thai, cooking, reading, writing, sitting under the sun, sailing, marathon running, hiking, and meditation. SHOPX is Web3 commerce simplified. We create a new revenue channel for eCommerce brands without diluting the brand value. Helpful Links: SHOPX Website - https://shopx.co/ SHOPX Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/shopxlabs/ SHOPX Twitter - https://twitter.com/shopxlabs Eric's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ericdmchugh/ Eric's Twitter - https://twitter.com/ericmchugh0 Eric's Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Shopify App Listing - https://apps.shopify.com/shopx?st_source=autocomplete
On this episode of #ThePlaybook, Tony Boselli, Chief Growth Officer at all.health, sits down to discuss: [1:10] - How he was able to take the life lessons he learned from playing sports and apply them to a new profession [6:04] - Why people shouldn't hesitate to find themselves the right coach [9:03] - How to ensure that you have the right team in place to support you [15:50] - How technology can help people get better access to healthcare and treatment throughout their life Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
When your company is focused on revenue growth, one of the most impactful things the whole team can do is approach working together like a unified team. Not just separate teams aligned to each other, but one team that is unified on goals, strategy, and thinking about the experience for the prospect and customer through their whole journey. On this week's episode, we have https://www.linkedin.com/in/marybrewerblanks/ (Chief Growth Officer at Klearly, Mary Blanks) on to talk about why revenue growth is team sport, how approaching it that way can have some amazing beneficial impacts on customer journey and pipeline creation, and what it takes to move the revenue team to this way of working by managing organizational change effectively. To connect with Mary, https://www.linkedin.com/in/marybrewerblanks/ (check her out on LinkedIn) and make sure to https://www.linkedin.com/company/klearly/ (follow Klearly,) as they are about to also launch their very first podcast all around revenue growth best practices.
WhiskerCloud CEO Adam Greenbaum chats with Win Lippincott, Chief Growth Officer of Ackerman Group, about how to build a scalable and valuable veterinary business that people will want to acquire.
What is the secret to growing a brand? Suresh Raj, the Global Chief Growth Officer at Vice Media Group's creative agency Virtue Worldwide, suggests that keeping a thumb on the pulse of the culture is essential for a company's growth. Tune in to hear how his incredible “boy band” background has prepared him for his current role and for some advice on how to pitch ideas to clients.Tune in to learn:About Suresh's experience in the music industry (2:10) About Virtue Worldwide and what Suresh's role is there (11:50) Suresh's approach to storytelling (21:55) Suresh's thoughts about the importance of diversity (38:45)Mentions:“The ‘Death' of the CMO? With Michael Diamond, Academic Director, NYU School of Professional Studies” (Marketing Trends podcast episode)“Three ideas. Three contradictions. Or not.” (TED Talk by Hannah Gadsby)Defy Logic (platform by Logitech)Marketing Trends is brought to you by Salesforce Marketing Cloud. For more great marketing insights, sign up for The Marketing Moments newsletter. You'll get ideas to help you build better customer relationships, invites to upcoming events, and access to the latest industry research. Subscribe at https://sforce.co/MarketingMoments