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Asian Hustle Network
Jingzhou Zhang and Michelle Chen // S2 Ep 166 // Co-CEOs of Simply Co.

Asian Hustle Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 27:38


Welcome back to Season 2, Episode 166 of the Asian Hustle Network Podcast! We are very excited to have Jingzhou Zhang and Michelle Chen on this week's show. We interview Asian entrepreneurs around the world to amplify their voices and empower Asians to pursue their dreams and goals. We believe that each person has a message and a unique story from their entrepreneurial journey that they can share with all of us. Check us out on Anchor, iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play Music, TuneIn, Spotify, and more. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave us a positive 5-star review. This is our opportunity to use the voices of the Asian community and share these incredible stories with the world. We release a new episode every Wednesday and Saturday, so stay tuned! Jing and Michelle serve as co-CEOs of Simply Co. and are only juniors at Clements High School. They were core officers of our #4 ranked startup at Nationals in 2021, before taking over reigns as co-CEOs. Under their leadership, Simply Co. has grown exponentially, placing highly in multiple local and regional competitions. Jing is also involved in the Model UN and Dear Asian Youth. She loved photography. Michelle is also involved in DECA and loves reading books. To stay connected within the AHN community, please join our AHN directory: bit.ly/AHNDirectory --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/asianhustlenetwork/support

Stairway to CEO
Tiny Foods and Big Ambitions with Sofia Laurell, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Tiny Organics

Stairway to CEO

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 54:06


Description: Today, Lee is joined by Sofia Laurell, the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Tiny Organics, an early childhood nutrition and wellness company that introduces babies and toddlers to their first 100 flavors through organic plant-based fresh, frozen meals. In this episode, Sofia shares her journey from growing up in Finland, to working at Deutsche Bank in New York and pursuing her master's degree at NYU, to becoming an entrepreneur in residence at Human Ventures Startup Studio. They talk about how they validated the concept for Tiny Organics, Sofia's nontraditional path to becoming an entrepreneur, and the challenges she faced in scaling the business.Exclusive Deals from Our Sponsors:Get 2 months FREE with Gorgias by clicking HERE and mentioning the podcastHead over to Okendo to get 30 days FREE!In This Episode You'll Hear About:(4:12) What it was like growing up in Finland as the youngest of three siblings(7:50) Her career journey before becoming an entrepreneur from working at a retail store to a coffee shop and why she's always valued hard work(14:00) Her first entrepreneurial idea of starting a travel app geared to New York visitors(20:00) How she and her Co-Founder came together for the idea of Tiny Organics(22:00) Her experience working with Human Ventures and why she valued working with them for their diverse stances(26:00) How they did a food journal with 15 moms and asked them to text what they were feeding their babies(28:00) How they validated the concept for Tiny Organics by testing meal flavors with 100 families in Brooklyn(34:00) The idea behind baby-led weaning and their choice to take a different option than what you see on the market(40:00) The challenges faced in scaling the business, and the obstacles in raising funds(50:50) Her final advice for fellow entrepreneurs, and the next steps for growing and scaling Tiny OrganicsTo Find Out More:https://www.tinyorganics.com/Quotes:“It's a myth that baby food can't be interesting flavors.”“Some of the best things happen at rooftop parties.”“We knew that we wanted to build something for parents, families, and babies, and really bring the important discussion to the forefront around family's health.”“We came together and realized we could have the biggest impact on childhood development through food.”“Document as much as you can, because you forget.”“I'm a big believer in incentivizing your early supporters and early believers.”“It's made fresh, and shipped frozen so the shelf life is much longer and there's no prep required.”“We really wanna just be a trusted friend and a  trusted advocate.”“Ultimately what we want to do is make parent's lives easier, make children's lives healthier, and be accessible.”“Have people around you, you don't have to do it all yourself.”“Talk about your idea, wear crazy costumes, believe in yourself, build your networks. A lot of people have openness to new ideas, and this kind of mindset of encouraging different people on their journeys.”

Retail Gets Real
275. How Goodlife Clothing is growing with bricks-and-mortar

Retail Gets Real

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 24:35


After starting in wholesale and moving into ecommerce, Goodlife Clothing is now investing in physical stores. Andrew Codispoti, Co-CEO of Goodlife Clothing, joins Retail Gets Real to add a front-line perspective on how and why his, and other digitally native brands, are seeing success in physical retail spaces. Codispoti outlines the history of the brand and how the store has proven to be a cost-effective acquisition channel that not only brings in new customers but keeps them coming back. Learn more at retailgetsreal.com.

The TheatreArtLife Podcast
Episode 126 – battleROYAL 2 with Brendan Shelper and Judith Hoch

The TheatreArtLife Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 27:19


In this episode, we are joined once again by the CEOs of battleROYAL Berlin, Brendan Shelper and Judith Hoch, following Esch 2022. battleROYAL is an entertainment company based in Berlin. They are a studio of bold creatives, strategists and event professionals working between the domains of culture and commerce. Technology and innovation are defining parts of their work and process. Founded in 2011, battleROYAL Berlin has staged some of the largest sport and cultural events throughout Europe and Middle East such as the European Capital of Cultures Aarhus 2017 and Esch2022, and have worked for several Fortune 500 firms, including BMW, Porsche and American Express. battleROYAL Berlin regularly publishes articles, sharing insights on their work and practices. You can find a selection on our Theatre Art Life website as well.  Brendan Shelper is an executive creative director with 20+ years of experience in the culture, event, and entertainment industry, and founder of battleROYAL Berlin. Working at the intersection of creative strategy and emerging technologies, Brendan envisions compelling ways to bring large-scale activations to life. His roots stem from physical theatre, major cultural ceremonies, and Olympic openings. Judith Hoch is a business and culture manager, with 15+ years of experience in the performing arts, entertainment and events sector. As the former COO of battleROYAL, Judith set the operational framework for the team, making sure that each project got the people and budget it required. She led major international productions, overseeing team structures, budgets, and processes. Appointed as Co-CEO in 2022, she is joining co-founder and Co-CEO Brendan Shelper as strategic lead of the company. https://esch2022.lu/en/ https://battleroyal.berlin We want to hear from YOU and provide a forum where you can put in requests for future episodes. What are you interested in listening to? Please fill out the form for future guest suggestions here and if you have suggestions or requests for future themes and topics, let us know here! @theatreartlife Thanks to David Zieher who composed our music.

Transformação Digital CBN
Transformação Digital CBN #164 - A tecnologia como aliada na educação e no engajamento de alunos e professores

Transformação Digital CBN

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 20:31


Neste episódio conversamos com Marina Dalbem, Co-CEO da Edify Education. Nossa conversa foi sobre como a tecnologia pode ajudar a equacionar um problema, que de certa forma ela mesmo criou: como os professores e tutores podem competir com plataformas altamente engajadoras como TikTok e tantas outras?

How's your ePresence? with Mark Galvin
How To Start a Business with Carl Nicpon 1

How's your ePresence? with Mark Galvin

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 32:53


Carl is the president and founder of Brio Business Academy and an Adjunct Professor in the MBA Programs at the Terry College of Business of the University of Georgia. Previously Carl was Owner and Co-CEO of Savvi Brands, which included Savvi Formalwear, Anya Bridal Warehouse, and Tuxedo Central. After a successful exit he engineered from his 50-year family business, and has developed a reputation as a highly effective business owner and teacher, Carl often found himself being approached by entrepreneurs with “How do I ____?” questions as they tackled the challenges of business building. He soon realized the demand for practical tools and skills was not being effectively met by the resources available to new business owners, and he set out to transform the experience of building a business to offer people a pathway to the freedom they sought in business ownership … and Brio was born. Full Show Notes: https://www.epresence.me/creating-your-business

Startup Insider
Kölner App Prematch erobert den deutschen Amateurfußball (Data • Marktwert • Kreisliga)

Startup Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 18:43


In der Nachmittagsfolge begrüßen wir heute Lukas Röhle, Co-Founder von Prematch, und sprechen mit ihm über die Erweiterung der Business-Angel-Finanzierungsrunde auf insgesamt 1,7 Millionen Euro. Prematch ist eine Plattform für den Amateurfußballbereich, welche Komponenten aus sozialen Netzwerken mit bekannten Fußballplattformen aus dem Profibereich verbindet. Aktive Fußballer können ihr eigenes Profil pflegen, Mitspielern folgen und ihre Statistiken zu Spielen sowie ihre Marktwertentwicklung einsehen. Fans der Vereine bleiben durch einen News Feed und Push-Benachrichtigungen auf dem neuesten Stand. Die mobile Applikation wurde bereits bei den Fußballverbänden Rheinland und Mittelrhein getestet. Nach Unternehmensangaben nutzte dabei jeder dritte Amateurfußballer das Angebot. Prematch wurde im Jahr 2021 von Fiete Grünter, Lukas Röhle und Niklas Brackmann in Köln gegründet. Das junge Startup hat bereits 15 Mitarbeitende und möchte sein Leistungsangebot ab der kommenden Saison 2022/2023 im gesamten Bundesgebiet anbieten. In einer Erweiterung der Business-Angel-Finanzierungsrunde im September 2021 hat Prematch nun insgesamt 1,7 Millionen Euro eingesammelt. Zu den beteiligten Business Angels gehören u.a. Hannes Winzer, Thorsten Wirth, Marcus Erken, Florian Fritsche, Felix Krause, Daniel Delonga, Roman Kirsch und Christian Greb. Unter den Investoren befinden sich auch der Co-Founder des Einhorns Gorillas Jörg Kattner, der auch in Growth Kitchen und Perfeggt investiert hat, und der Co-Founder sowie Co-CEO der milliardenschweren E-Sport-Plattform ESL Gaming namens Ralf Reichert. Mit der Angel-Finanzierung sollen neue Mitarbeitende eingestellt und die Plattform weiterentwickelt werden.

Adrian Swinscoe's RARE Business Podcast
Design is not design without research - Interview with Alfonso de la Nuez of UserZoom

Adrian Swinscoe's RARE Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 72:18


Today's interview is with Alfonso de la Nuez, the Co-CEO and Co-Founder of UserZoom, the pioneering UX Insights System. Alfonso joins me today to talk about UserZoom's recently published research called The State of UX 2022, what they found out, the difference between CX and UX, the value of research and design and lots of other things. This interview follows on from my recent interview – The idea that scripts ruin customer experience is a dangerous one – Interview with Jimmy Hosang of TMAC – and is number 431 in the series of interviews with authors and business leaders that are doing great things, providing valuable insights, helping businesses innovate and delivering great service and experience to both their customers and their employees.

Business Unveiled: Expert Tips and Secrets from Top Creative Industry Professionals

As an entrepreneur, you may know that marketing is key to success. If you're looking to take your marketing strategy up a notch, then influencer marketing may be the way to go. But where do you start?  Today's guest, Taylor Legace, Co-CEO of Kynship, will be sharing all about influencer marketing, the biggest value influencers can bring and how to maximize content in the influencer marketing space.  Main Topics: - Why the influencer marketing “Pay for Post” Model is dead- Influencer's biggest value add- How to get the most ROI out of an influencer marketing program Key Takeaways: - 5 Actionable Steps for listeners to takeaway and implement to build a profitable influencer marketing program internally- How to identify and outreach to influencers- How to maximize the content influencers post organically in paid media via Facebook and TikTok ads

Not an Overnight Success
Earl Evans - Live Life, Have Fun and Never Look Back

Not an Overnight Success

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 58:33


Today's episode is a special one. It's also one that a lot of you requested through messages on our instagram. It's with Co-CEO of Shaw and Partners, Earl Evans. Pulling the curtain back a little bit, Earl is actually the reason that this podcast exists. He loves building things. He loves communicating, he loves people and he thought that a lot of people would get enjoyment out of a podcast like not an overnight success. Because of his generosity, Not an Overnight Success Podcast has contributed  $300,000 to charities across Australia so far. Earl is a multi faceted and incredibly interesting man. We found that Earl's unwavering attitude of always looking forward and it never really being about the money came up a few times in our chat. He's had some very strong relationships in his life that have gone hand in hand with his success and we think you will find the yin yang style of relationship between Earl and Allan, who is the other co-CEO of Shaw and Partners particularly interesting.  As for all of these podcasts, Shaw and Partners have generously donated $10k to the charity of choice of each of our guests. We discuss who that money goes to in this chat. This podcast is brought to you by Shaw and Partners. It is hosted by Gus Worland and produced by Keeshia Pettit See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner
Carrie Freeman – 2022 Extraordinary Women Ignite Keynote – Creating Social and Environmental Impact with Business – Episode 257

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 39:49


Today, I couldn't be more excited to introduce you to Carrie Freeman, the Co-CEO of SecondMuse, an impact and innovation company that builds resilient economies, and the 2022 Extraordinary Women Ignite Keynote! Now more than ever before, women are being called to raise up our voices, vision, and visibility. Carrie is leading with empathy and compassion. I couldn't think of a better speaker to uplift the conference and ignite a positive change in the attendees. In this Episode: Carrie shares ways to use technology; for good, collaboration, relationships, and to deepen the human connection The importance of environmental sustainability How to increase relational wealth Different approaches to support other people within our community Why education and equality are essential to raising the impact women can make in the world Ways to increase formalized opportunities for women Tips on how to give yourself permission and grace in the workforce Carrie's insight into being more intentional with decision making Carrie Freeman, the Co-CEO of SecondMuse, an impact and innovation company that builds resilient economies. Since 2012, she has been steering the global company's approach to finding and nurturing innovators dedicated to social and environmental good, and building supportive ecosystems around them. Its mission aligns with Carrie's fundamental belief in the infinite capacity for humans to learn and grow, and the potential for inclusive markets and businesses to massively scale positive change. Under Carrie's leadership, SecondMuse has run programs that define inspiring visions, build lasting businesses and unite people across the globe. Over the last decade, while growing 40% year over year, they've designed and implemented programs on 7 continents with 600+ organizations such as NASA, The World Bank, Pivotal Ventures and Nike. Her organization has prototyped 30,000+ solutions, enabled $325 million of investment to support ventures and generated $10B of social and environmental impact. Carrie's experiences at SecondMuse have strengthened her conviction that deep, sustained collaboration between governments, businesses, and the communities in which they operate, fosters innovation. "We can have all the technology we want in the world, but it is people that actually make the difference." -Carrie Freeman To learn more about Carrie and her work, check out the website for SecondMuse. You can also connect with her via the company's Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, or Twitter account. Register for the Extraordinary Women Ignite Conference, where Carrie will join us as our keynote! Let's Meet Carrie Freeman. Carrie Freeman Show Notes 

So techt Deutschland
Scalable-Chef Podzuweit: "Die Panik kann noch kommen"

So techt Deutschland

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 39:30


"Die Leute sind in Anbetracht dieser ganzen Situation noch sehr ruhig", liest Erik Podzuweit an den Geldströmen ab, die in seiner App derzeit stattfinden. Er ist Gründer und Co-CEO des Neobrokers Scalable Capital. Und er stellt fest: Der Zulauf an Neukunden ist trotz der turbulenten Lage an den Märkten noch recht hoch. Trotzdem weiß auch der Ex-Goldman-Sachs-Banker: "Die Panik kann noch kommen."Doch gerade das Anlageverhalten seiner Kunden beruhigt Podzuweit. Breit zu streuen und zu diversifizieren, sei im Trend. Und das hat für den Manager einen Grund. "ETFs sind wirklich der Gamechanger", sagt Podzuweit im ntv-Podcast "So techt Deutschland". Allein bei Scalable Capital halten 70 Prozent der Kundinnen und Kunden ETFs, also börsengehandelte Indexfonds.Sie haben Fragen für Frauke Holzmeier und Andreas Laukat? Dann schreiben Sie eine E-Mail an sotechtdeutschland@ntv.de.]]

ARC ENERGY IDEAS
Driving Home the Need for Residential Solar

ARC ENERGY IDEAS

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 31:31


This week on the podcast we talk about Jackie's recent op-ed “Blackouts Could Drive a Return to Home Solar” with our guests Gursh Bal and Kai Fahrion, who are the Co-CEO's of Zeno, a residential home solar solutions provider. Jackie's op-ed argues that, while reducing power bills has been the historical reason for installing rooftop solar, the biggest push in the future will come from the increasing risk of power outages due to extreme weather. Electric vehicles and new financing options are other factors that are reducing the barriers to adoption. Here are some of the questions Peter and Jackie asked Gursh and Kai:  What is the typical size, cost and payback on a home solar installation?  How can the Ford F-150 Lightning electric truck's bidirectional feature increase home energy security?   Could a Canadian home go off-grid with these solutions? What is the outlook for residential solar? What are the common concerns when people consider home solar?Other content referenced in this week's podcast:Zeno's documentary on Peter's home solar installationCheck out Zeno's website: www.livezeno.com  Please review the ARC Energy Institute disclaimer.

Grow Ensemble Podcast
#231 - How to Make a Clean Energy Transition that Benefits All, with Brett Isaac of Navajo Power

Grow Ensemble Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 52:06


There are different ways to generate power and electricity, one being coal mining. But this method has a significant environmental impact, such as soil erosion, loss of natural habitat, and pollution.  After Brett came home from college, his community decided it was time to start a transition. They chose Brett to help build a company that provides clean energy, benefits the livelihood of the local community, and lessens the impact of climate change. Brett Isaac is a renewable energy entrepreneur, business strategist, and the Founder and Co-CEO at Navajo Power, a native-owned public benefit corporation that develops utility-scale clean energy projects on tribal lands and maximizes the benefits for the local communities.  Brett is a member of the Navajo Nation and a skilled communicator who has worked with and collaborated with the local community to have an equitable and sustainable clean energy transition. Navajo Power has the vision to bring clean energy to communities in a different way. They work intentionally to bring and maintain power to households with sustainable, clean energy. To date, they have deployed over 200 off-grid solar systems to serve households without grid electricity. In this episode, Cory and Brett talk about making a transition to clean and equitable energy. Brett shares his foundational interest in power, particularly in clean energy, the struggles making the transition, the issues of equity, power structure and system, and the impact of the transition on the livelihood and welfare of the local community.   ⭐ SPONSORED BY: The Greater Good & The Social Good Network   -- --

Fast Company Daily
When it comes to advertising, Netflix co-CEO says it wants to be “better than TV”

Fast Company Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 3:26


Speaking at Cannes Lions, Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos outlined the streaming giant's goals for its new ad tier.

Gooder
How To Succeed in the Refrigerated Snacks Space Featuring Leigh Keith, Perfect Snacks

Gooder

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 57:48


Leigh Keith is the Co-founder and Co-CEO of Perfects Snacks, which makes fresh-from-the-fridge protein snacks out of love for optimal health, fitness, and nutrition. Leigh has remained steadfast in building healthy communities from the inside out. In July of 2019, Perfect Snacks gained a majority interest acquisition from Mondelēz International, the global snacking leader. Leigh and Perfect Snacks have been awarded the NEXTY Award from New Hope media, and San Diego Magazine also named Leigh a Woman of the Year finalist. In this episode… Do you have what it takes to succeed in the refrigerated snacks sector? At age 19, Leigh Keith started Perfect Snacks with her family. Now, they've revolutionized the billion-dollar protein category. How did they do it? Leigh shares the journey of how Perfect Snacks managed to be successful in creating fresh, grab-and-go snacking options. She says that to succeed in this space, you have to be passionate and expect challenges but have a mindset that every misstep is taking you somewhere. In this episode of the Gooder Podcast, host Diana Fryc sits down with Leigh Keith, the Co-founder and Co-CEO of Perfect Snacks, to discuss the entrepreneurial journey as a successful refrigerated snacks brand. Leigh talks about Perfect Snacks and some of the challenges of running a business as a young person, their acquisition by Mondelēz International, leadership strategies, and her advice to other entrepreneurs.

NEOMA Alumni
REPLAY - WO.MEN - avec Véronique PENCHIENATI – BOSETTA, CEO International du groupe Danone

NEOMA Alumni

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 59:42


WO.MEN's Café : Une fois par mois, une rencontre de 60 mn avec des femmes et des hommes Alumni de NEOMA qui font bouger les lignes de la parité dans leur métier, et que nous choisissons pour leur parcours, inspirant, et pour leur impact, au quotidien. POUR CE WO.MEN'S CAFE EXCEPTIONNEL, nous avons le plaisir de recevoir Véronique Penchienati Bosetta (PGE 89), CEO International du groupe Danone et membre du COMEX. En parallèle, elle a occupé, en 2021, le poste de Co-CEO du Groupe Danone, jusqu'à l'arrivée du nouveau CEO Groupe, Antoine de Saint-Affrique. Véronique a évolué pendant plus de 23 ans au sein du Groupe Danone. Elle nous parlera de son parcours, de ses clés de réussite et de ses principaux défis au sein du groupe, dans un contexte particulièrement mouvementé. Intervenante Véronique Penchienati Bosetta (PGE 89). CEO International du groupe Danone. Membre du Comex. Co-CEO du Groupe Danone en 2021 jusqu'à l'arrivée du nouveau CEO Groupe, Antoine de Saint-Affrique. Véronique Penchienati Bosetta a commencé sa carrière en 1989 à Hong Kong pour Annick Goutal parfums. En 1991, elle rejoint Procter & Gamble France, où elle occupe plusieurs postes en marketing dans la division Hygiène Beauté. Elle rejoint Danone en 1999, d'abord comme Directrice Marketing de Lu France puis, en 2001, comme Directrice Monde de la marque Lu. En 2002, elle devient Directrice Marketing Monde du pôle Produits Laitiers et, en 2004, VP Marketing de l'activité Produits Laitiers de Danone en France. En 2009, Véronique est nommée Directrice Générale de Danone Eaux France, puis, en 2013, Vice-Présidente Europe d'Evian Volvic, avant de devenir Présidente d'Evian Volvic World en 2014. Le 1er octobre 2017, Véronique Penchienati Bosetta est nommée Directrice Générale Growth & Innovation. Elle est membre du comité Exécutif de Danone depuis le 1er février 2018. En janvier 2019, Véronique succède à Bridgette Heller en tant que Directrice Générale Nutrition Spécialisée. A compter du 1er novembre 2020, Véronique est nommée Directrice Générale International. En parallèle, à partir de mars 2021, elle a occupé le poste de Co-CEO du Groupe Danone, jusqu'à l'arrivée du nouveau Directeur Général, Antoine de Saint-Affrique.

On the Way to New Work - Der Podcast über neue Arbeit
#325 Steffen Behn | Co-CEO at celebrate company

On the Way to New Work - Der Podcast über neue Arbeit

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 70:51


Wir haben ein spezielles Setting heute. Unser Gast, der heute dabei ist, war schon bei un zu Gast in Folge drei. Und wollen gar nicht so viel verraten. Er war damals zusammen mit seinem Bruder bei uns. Er ist heute, wie auch damals ein sehr erfolgreicher Unternehmer mit sehr vielen Dingen, die in der Zwischenzeit passiert sind. Christoph hat im Vorgespräch über die Herausforderungen als Familie gesprochen. Die beiden haben darüber gesprochen, warum Verletzlichkeit beim Thema Leadership wichtig ist. Sie haben aber auch darüber gesprochen, wie es ist, mit Private Equity Firmen zusammenzuarbeiten. Über das Thema New Pay und auch Preise, die er und sein Team das ganze Unternehmen gewonnen haben, zum Thema New Work Seit 5 Jahren beschäftigen wir uns nun schon mit der Frage, wie Arbeit den Menschen stärkt - statt ihn zu schwächen. Wie kann ein Thema, das einen so wesentlichen Anteil in unserem Alltag einnimmt, wieder mehr Sinn in unserem Leben stiften? Wie können wir die bahnbrechenden Technologien, die derzeit entwickelt werden, nutzen, um unsere Arbeit neu zu erfinden. Wir suchen nach Methoden, Vorbildern, Erfahrungen, Tools und Ideen, die uns dem Kern von New Work näher bringen! Und darüber hinaus beschäftigt uns auch diese Woche wieder die Frage, ob wirklich alle Menschen das finden und leben können, was sie im Innersten wirklich, wirklich wollen. Ihr seid bei On the Way to New Work - heute mit Steffen Behn. Episode 325 mit Steffen Behn gibt es auf allen gängigen Podcast Plattformen, wie Spotify oder Apple Podcasts (oder direkt auf otwtnw.de). Einfach nach ‘On the Way to New Work' suchen und abonnieren, um keine Folge zu verpassen. Christoph und Michael veröffentlichen immer montags um 6:00 Uhr.

Agency Intelligence
Digital Insurance Pint: Theo Duchen, Co-CEO Acturis – How it Oughta Be

Agency Intelligence

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 41:38


London was calling at 10:00 pm UK time when the Digital Insurance Pint Podcast team jumped across the pond for our podcast with the man nicknamed Duke. Theo Duchen, like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and every other great tech entrepreneur, started Acturis in his basement 20 years ago. Fast forward to today, and Acturis has over 870 employees and does business in 6 countries. Theo, over the last 20 years, has been co-CEO with his business partner David McDonald and they have successfully made this work. To top all this off, his Favorite Canadian Singer is Alanis Morisset, isn't that ironic. Over a good Camden pale Ale, we discussed with Theo the following items: We unpack why Acturis bought Zycomp Systems (Power broker), the 2nd biggest BMS in Canada and what they were planning on doing with it in 2021 and beyond. We discover how their multi-tenant SAAS platform is loved by small brokers, big brokers, consolidators, aggregators, MGA's, insurers and broker networks. We learn they are one of the world's only vendors who do 50% of their transactions through electronic trading. We dig into why Acturis has Phil Colin's invisible touch with carrier connectivity and have a stranglehold on connectivity in the UK. We discuss electronic trading and broking in a box. In true Alanis style, the digital insurance pint Podcast team of Tom Reid, Steve Earle, Adam Mitchell, and Jeff Roy discuss everything; you Oughta know about Acturis. Listen and determine if Acturis will become the Jagged little pill that catapults the Canadian broker distribution channel to the next level in connectivity and customer experience. Resources: Tom Reid Jeff Roy Steve Earle Adam Mitchell Digital Insurance Pint Podcast

Exchanges at Goldman Sachs
Investing with KKR's Joe Bae

Exchanges at Goldman Sachs

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 32:49


Investors are facing one of the most challenging backdrops in recent years amid slowing economic growth, rising inflation and geopolitical conflicts. In this special series, Exchanges at Goldman Sachs: Great Investors, we speak with the world's most respected investors about their investing strategies, career trajectories, and their outlook on markets and the economy. In our most recent episode, Joe Bae, Co-CEO of KKR, talks with Goldman Sachs' Alison Mass, Chairman of the Investment Banking Division, about shifts in the macroeconomic environment, building the firm's business in Asia and his work to combat anti-Asian discrimination and violence.

Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer
Salesforce Co-CEOs & Earnings Estimate Cuts 6/23/22

Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 44:48


The Dow lost over 90 points and Jim Cramer is guiding you through today's market action as a volatile week approaches a close. First, in a two-part interview, Salesforce Co-CEOs Marc Benioff and Bret Taylor join Cramer to discuss the work from home movement, Russo-Ukraine war, Slack and remote work and Elon Musk's acquisition of Twitter. Then, are expectations for the upcoming earnings season too high? Cramer's taking a look at what's happened when names like Cisco, Dutch Bros, Nvidia, Snap and more have reported and the impact when investors are expecting too much.

Bloomberg Businessweek
Empowering Women in Finance and Entrepreneurship

Bloomberg Businessweek

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 19:34


Tracy Bell, Director of Equity Strategies at First Horizon Bank, discusses the Women and Wealth initiative designed to help women empower their financial lives. Jo Ann Corkran, Co-CEO of Golden Seeds, talks about investing in early-stage women-led companies. Hosts: Tim Stenovec and Ed Ludlow. Producer: Paul Brennan.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Strategy and Leadership podcast
From 0 to 500 Employees: The Story of Talent.com w/ Co-CEO Lucas Martinez Ep.177

Strategy and Leadership podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 23:29


Lucas Martínez is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Talent.com, a job search platform based in Montreal, that aims to connect the world to work. Before founding Talent.com, he worked as a business consultant in Europe and B2B sales in the Middle East. He has spent the last ten years growing the business from a small start-up to the global $150M enterprise it is today, with over 500 employees, and 30 million jobs available in more than 75 countries. Lucas joins us to discuss the obstacles of being a Co-CEO, establishing a worldwide firm in a crowded sector, being based in Montréal but aiming for the world, and much more!

More Than Marketing with Arsham Mirshah
The one ability that separates okay leaders from great leaders with Dave Kerpen

More Than Marketing with Arsham Mirshah

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022


Today on 3-Minute Marketing, I'm speaking with the one and only Dave Kerpen — bestselling-author, speaker & serial entrepreneur. He's currently Co-Founder and Co-CEO at Apprentice, the platform that connects entrepreneurs and business leaders with smart and motivated college students. Dave and his wife also successfully exited his agency Likeable Media in 2021. Dave joined The post The one ability that separates okay leaders from great leaders with Dave Kerpen appeared first on WebMechanix.

The Decision Education Podcast
Episode 019: How Champions Adapt with Mellody Hobson

The Decision Education Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 50:06


How can we get better at receiving negative feedback? Mellody Hobson, Co-CEO and President at Ariel Investments and Chair of the Board of Starbucks, joins your host, Dr. Joe Sweeney, Executive Director of the Alliance for Decision Education, to talk about her journey to becoming one of Time Magazine's “100 Most Influential People,” and a nationally recognized voice on financial literacy. Mellody and Joe discuss how to be courageous and patient in our investments and our careers, how organizations can put people first without compromising on profit, and how great leaders adapt when facing high-stake challenges and great uncertainty. Mellody shares insights from the COVID-19 pandemic when she advised Starbucks on supporting 440,000 employees across 83 countries, and worked with Chicago-based non-profit After School Matters to provide teens with urgently needed food and essentials. Mellody also shares a much-needed update to the idea that our children can “do anything.”

The Switch - by Nonprofit HR
Woman to Watch 2022 Bianca Anderson: Race Equity, Disruption, Relationships, Authenticity

The Switch - by Nonprofit HR

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 20:01


In this special episode of The Switch, Lindsey Otto, Marketing & Communication Associate for Nonprofit HR, and Bianca Anderson, Co-CEO of ProInspire, catch up and explore Bianca's stellar contributions to the sector! Tune in to hear Bianca detail: - How to lead from a space of abundance, rather than scarcity - Why change is about relationships - How creating belonging in the workplace can foster it in the world at large

Recovery Radio
Supporting the LGBTQ+ Community Through Addiction Recovery (with Zack Ament)

Recovery Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 40:16


In this episode, Michael is joined by Zack Ament, Co-CEO of Westwind Recovery and individual in recovery. They discuss the importance of support in recovery, the difference in addiction treatment for LGBTQ+ community members, and Zack's own personal struggle with addiction. Zack shares how the immense support given to him by his Westwind Recovery family when his husband, Justin, lost his battle with his addiction, made all the difference in how he coped during the grieving process.

Work. Shouldnt. Suck.
Journey Towards Anti-Racism Ep9: Conversation with David Reuter (EP.62)

Work. Shouldnt. Suck.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 35:18


In episode nine of the 12-part podcast series, "https://www.workshouldntsuck.co/white-men-journey (White Men & the Journey Towards Anti-Racism)," Tim interviews David Reuter, Partner at https://www.llrpartners.com/ (LLR), a private equity firm based in Philadelphia investing in technology and healthcare businesses. This series was created to be a resource for white men who might be wrestling with questions like, “What's my role in anti-racism, equity, inclusion, and justice work as a white man with power and privilege?” and “How might my personal commitment to do this work manifest itself in the organization I help lead?” Are you new to the series? Check out https://www.workshouldntsuck.co/podcast2/ep54 (episode 54) where podcast co-hosts Lauren Ruffin and Tim Cynova introduce and frame the conversations. Download the accompanying https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YRj51JwoP5bsoqFZQa1rrQDj6QtOzODB/view?usp=sharing (study guide). And explore https://www.workshouldntsuck.co/white-men-journey (the other episodes in this series) with guests: Raphael Bemporad (Founding Partner) & Bryan Miller (Chief Financial Officer), BBMG Ted Castle (Founder & President) & Rooney Castle (Vice President), Rhino Foods Ron Carucci, Co-Founder & Managing Partner, Navalent David Devan, General Director & President, Opera Philadelphia Jared Fishman, Founding Executive Director, Justice Innovation Lab Jay Coen Gilbert, Co-Founder, B Lab; CEO, Imperative21 Kit Hughes, Co-Founder & CEO, Look Listen Marc Mannella, Independent Consultant, Former CEO KIPP Philadelphia Public Schools John Orr, Executive Director, Art-Reach Sydney Skybetter, Founder, CRCI; Associate Chair & Senior Lecturer, Theatre Arts & Performance Studies Department, Brown University Want to explore related resources primarily *not* by white guys? Check out https://www.workshouldntsuck.co/white-men-journey (our compilation of 30 books, podcasts, and films). BiosDAVID REUTER is a senior private equity investment professional combining strong financial and strategic analysis skills, extensive transaction experience, and proven leadership and business development capabilities. He possesses an analytical mind that quickly adapts to new environments and situations, and is self-motivated and dynamic with natural business decision skills. David is a Partner with LLR Partners, a lower middle market private equity firm investing in technology and healthcare businesses. LLR collaborates with its portfolio companies to define high-impact growth initiatives, turn them into action and create long-term value. Founded in 1999 and with more than $5 billion raised, LLR is a flexible provider of equity capital for growth, recapitalizations and buyouts. Find out more about David https://www.llrpartners.com/team-member/david-reuter/ (here). TIM CYNOVA (he/him) is the Principal of https://www.workshouldntsuck.co/ (Work. Shouldn't. Suck.), an HR and org design consultancy helping to reimagine workplaces where everyone can thrive. He is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) and a trained mediator, and has served on the faculty of Minneapolis College of Art & Design, the Banff Centre for Arts & Creativity (Banff, Canada) and The New School (New York City) teaching courses in People-Centric Organizational Design and Strategic HR. In 2021, he concluded a 12-year tenure leading Fractured Atlas, a $30M, entirely virtual non-profit technology company and the largest association of independent artists in the U.S., where he served in both the Chief Operating Officer and Co-CEO roles (part of a four-person, shared, non-hierarchical leadership team), and was deeply involved in its work to become an anti-racist, anti-oppressive organization since they made that commitment in 2013. Earlier in his career, Tim was the Executive Director of The Parsons Dance Company and of High 5 Tickets to the Arts in New York City, had a memorable stint...

Looking Outside.
Looking Outside entrepreneurship: Julie Meyer, Founder & Co-CEO Eat Well Global

Looking Outside.

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 37:30


In Episode 14 of Looking Outside we explore the mindset needed to break out and do something on your own - successfully. Today we're chatting with Julie Meyer, Founder and Co-CEO of Eat Well Global, about Entrepreneurship. Having created her own company, and constantly writing and reflecting, Julie shares her motivations for bringing ideas to life, as well as what meaningful ‘real why' lies behind her personal drive to create something impactful. As a female founder of an all-female start up, Julie also reflects on how she gained confidence to get to where she is, and why she pays attention to the moments that are ‘warmer' vs ‘colder'; those moments when you know you are where you're meant to be. Entrepreneurship is sometimes seen as a great act of rebellion, of courageously breaking away from the crowd, but here Julie and Jo discuss the power of reaching out to help and get help from others in the quest for continual learning. And of collaboration, with large companies that are working to change how things have always been to make a positive impact (with a little empathy on hand) and with small entrepreneurs who bring forward diverse and fresh thinking. -- To look outside, Julie sparks up conversations with her ride share drivers, who she finds help her get her outside herself with a reality check. Julie also connects with different thinkers regularly through her https://www.augmentors.us/podcasts (Augmentors )podcast. -- Julie Meyer, RDN, is the Founder + Co-CEO of Eat Well Global, a communication and consulting firm whose mission is to empower global change agents in food and nutrition. With more than two decades in nutrition and health communication, and having worked and run a business in China, Julie pairs her diverse knowledge base with international expertise to lead food and nutrition communication for some of the industry's biggest players with enthusiasm, dedication and attention to detail. As a B-Corporation and Certified woman Owned Business (WBENC) working with growing and globally recognized brands, Eat Well Global is realizing their vision of ‘a world where good nutrition is good business'. Find out more about Eat Well Global and https://www.augmentors.us/ (Augmentors) Connect with Julie https://www.linkedin.com/in/eatwellglobal/ (on LinkedIn). -- Looking Outside is new podcast dedicated to exploring fresh perspectives of familiar business topics. The show is hosted by its creator, Joanna Lepore, innovator and futurist at Mars Wrigley. Find out more about Jo & Looking Outside at http://www.looking-outside.com/ (www.looking-outside.com). Connect https://www.linkedin.com/in/joannalepore/ (with Jo) and join the https://www.linkedin.com/company/looking-outside (Looking Outside community) on LinkedIn. Check out Jo's foresight podcast https://futureimagined.captivate.fm/ (Future Imagined) (produced for Mars Wrigley). -- Looking Outside is created by Joanna Lepore. All views are that of the host and guests and don't necessarily reflect those of their employers. Copyright 2022. https://open.spotify.com/artist/25qwu3aIpjYYDP4N3bSyOP?si=9rhyyN6zSR2zOzwnfO4jPg (OBOY) and https://open.spotify.com/artist/1JTRiqIZM2aTYirDud2CoY?si=zzIpKM1SSriekehDSKEZCA (Adrian Walther) music features in Episode 14.

Raoul Pal: Real Vision
Legacy Media Is Changing Right in Front of Our Eyes

Raoul Pal: Real Vision

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 35:17


See Ape Follow Ape and Valet Jones, the Co-CEOs of Tally Labs and the founders of The Writer's Room, join Raoul to discuss how Web3 and NFTs have created new opportunities for media companies and content creators. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mayim Bialik's Breakdown
Summer Edition - Mental Health Hacks Feat. Mandy Teefey

Mayim Bialik's Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 94:37


Join us for our first special Summer Edition of Mayim Bialik's Breakdown! The format is a bit different from our usual episodes, but we think you'll enjoy them nonetheless!  Mandy Teefey (Co-founder and Co-CEO of Wondermind, Producer of 13 Reasons Why, Selena Gomez' mom) stops by to discuss the origin of her mental health platform, Wondermind, and its mission to destigmatize and democratize mental health. Mayim and Jonathan break down their “overt” and “covert” mental health hacks, from practicing good sleep hygiene and being in touch with sensory sensitivities, to hitting the social reset button and re-examining our relationships with social media.Link to Wondermind: https://www.wondermind.com/BialikBreakdown.comYouTube.com/mayimbialik

The Elephant In The Room Property Podcast | Inside Australian Real Estate

Airbnb continues to take the world by storm and with lockdowns easing up and tourists surging, the demand for local accommodation has steadily increased – but with talks of legislation limiting short term rentals coming in, how will the market adapt?  How much has the short term rental market changed? Will they continue to grow after COVID? Is it still a good idea to list your property on Airbnb?  In today's episode, Quirin Schwaighofer of MadeComfy shares his insights on the future of short term rentals. We talk about how the ratio of vacancy rates and tenants shifted over the pandemic, how the Work-From-Anywhere movement boosted short term rentals, existing Airbnb restrictions in Australia, and more! If you enjoyed the show, do like, rate, subscribe, and share us on social media and if you have your own questions you need clarity on, email us at questions@theelephantintheroom.com.au! See you in the episode! Episode Highlights: How COVID impacted the rental market [01:47] Balancing out vacancy rates and tenants [06:16]  Quirin's thoughts on the Work-From-Anywhere movement [13:14] COVID's effects on property ownership [18:24] Will legislation limiting short term rentals have a negative effect? [21:13] Australian states with Airbnb restrictions [29:26] Potential roadblocks for investors eyeing the short term rental market [36:14] Will short term rentals continue to grow? [42:43] The costs of putting up an Airbnb [50:36] How MadeComfy filters properties [53:38] Factors to consider if you want to enter the rental market [59:30]  Quirin's property Dumbo [1:02:05]   About our Guest: Quirin Schwaighofer is the Co-CEO & Co-Founder of Australia's accommodation innovator MadeComfy. MadeComfy manages properties in the short term rental market and since its launch in 2015, MadeComfy transformed into a fast-growing and multi-award-winning disrupter of the Real Estate and Hospitality market and became an official partner of Airbnb in 2019. In his spare time, Quirin loves adventurous travel and supporting his daughters to chase their dreams. Links from the show: What sort of property makes the best short term rental? MadeComfy Website Connect with Us: Looking for a Sydney Buyers Agent? www.gooddeeds.com.au Work with Veronica: https://linktr.ee/veronicamorgan Looking for a Mortgage Broker? www.wealthful.com.au Work with Chris: hello@wealthful.com.au  Send in your questions to: questions@theelephantintheroom.com.au    Find this episode on our website: https://www.theelephantintheroom.com.au/podcasts/233   If you've enjoyed this episode, don't forget to like, share, rate and subscribe for more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The VCpreneur: Startups | Venture Capital | Entrepreneurship | Fundraising
EP#58 Smita Deorah – Democratizing quality education in India, the growth playbook at Lead School & selecting the right investors for your startup

The VCpreneur: Startups | Venture Capital | Entrepreneurship | Fundraising

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 62:55


In this episode, Smita Deorah (Co-Founder & Co-CEO, Lead School), joins our host Digjay, to talk about her path leading up to Lead School, the genesis phase and what led Smita to make Lead her life's work, how Lead plans to radically improve the state of education in India by transforming schools, the growth playbook & key challenges faced when building a scalable B2B product/service, what should founders focus on when hiring the core team for a mission driven startup like Lead, Smita's fundraising experience, Lead's criteria to select their investors & value-add from each of them, how being an entrepreneur has influenced Smita's personality over the years and more. Smita & Sumeet, founded Lead School (Lead) in 2012 with a vision to make global-standard education accessible and affordable to students, especially in non-metro cities. Lead integrates a world-class curriculum with technology that powers all stakeholders in a school environment. Today Lead caters to 5000+ schools in 500+ cities across India. This school edtech unicorn startup, was bootstrapped through 2017 & has subsequently raised >$100mm in funding from marquee investors like Elevar Equity, Westbridge Capital & GSV Ventures. Prior to Lead, Smita founded Sparsh, a non-profit that implemented a pre-school in a box solution in 16 pre-schools around Mumbai. Prior to that, Smita spent 9 years in Procter & Gamble Singapore and India as a leader in Finance, Treasury and Strategy. You can connect with her here on Linkedin or Twitter. ---- Show notes – (01:45) Smita's background & her path leading up to Lead School (07:15) What led Smita to start Lead & make this her life's work (10:30) The current state of India's primary education system & how Lead plans to radically improve the status quo (17:55) Lead's first principles approach of building a scalable B2B product; focus on the target audience, product design and measurable outcomes (23:25) The growth playbook; Key challenges faced when scaling up Lead (34:58) What should one over index on when hiring the core team for a mission driven startup like Lead? (39:15) Fundraising experience; Lead's criteria to select their investors (42:12) Value add from each institutional investor on the cap table - Elevar Equity, West Bridge Capital & GSV Ventures (47:15) How has being an entrepreneur influenced Smita's personality over the years? (54:00) Rapid fire and closing remarks ---- If you liked our episode, you can subscribe to our podcast on any podcast platforms of your choice (like Spotify & Apple iTunes). We would appreciate if you could leave us a review on Apple iTunes. This helps others discover the podcast organically. You can visit thevcpreneur.com and follow us on Twitter @thevcpreneur_ & Instagram @thevcpreneur for more episodes and interesting insights on the startup ecosystem. You can also follow our host Digjay here on Linkedin & Twitter

The Money Movement
Ep 61 | The Evolution of Payment Systems with Henrique Dubugras of Brex

The Money Movement

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 33:31


The "growing pains" experienced by traditional financial institutions are acting as a natural catalyst for the digitalization and proliferation of new currency systems. As a result of new applications and technologies that can provide even faster, easier, and cost-effective payments, the entire ecosystem is set to undergo significant change. In this episode of The Money Movement, Jeremy is joined by Henrique Dubugras, Founder and Co-CEO at Brex* to discuss how they are influencing the financial management of business and the opportunities and limitations of fiscal decentralization. *Brex is a Circle customer They cover:

The Marketing Analytics Show
Putting marketing data into action through reverse-ETL with Supermetrics, Google, and Hightouch

The Marketing Analytics Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 57:34


In this episode, you'll hear from Henrik Warfvinge, the Technical Leader of Artificial Intelligence at Google, Kashish Gupta the Co-CEO & Co-Founder at Hightouch, and Evan Kaeding, Lead Sales Engineer at Supermetrics. They'll discuss how to put marketing data into action through reverse-ETL. The limitations of the current data stack that block data teams from making the most of their data Important factors to consider when building an operational marketing data warehouse How reverse-ETL powers data activation What companies can achieve with data activation

En.Digital Podcast
Obsesionarte con tu producto para crecer con Bernat Ripoll de Holded

En.Digital Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 67:35


En este capítulo hablamos con Bernat Ripoll, Co-CEO y Co-Founder de Holded, un software inteligente de gestión para pequeñas y medianas empresas.• Las notas del episodio con enlaces e información adicional en: https://producthackers.com/es/podcast/obsesionarte-producto-crecer-holded/

Jerry Royce Live - Worldwide
PEARLS OF VERONICA EP 58 - Shay Samuels (Gospel Recording Artist, Co-CEO and Life Coach)

Jerry Royce Live - Worldwide

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 64:03


YOU MADE IT! Song Submission "About Me" Artist: Shay Samuels (BeyonDaFence Enterprise) Shay Samuels does it Again! Just when you think it can't get any better with Shay Samuels, she does it again! Her middle name must be growth, because that is what she is consistently doing as an Independent Recording Artist. Shay will tell you that she sings what's on her heart, and in turn, it blesses those who hear it. She brings a relatable tone to every song she releases. Shay is passionate about people making a comeback! She will remind you that life presents us all with obstacles, however, you have to be able to "bounce back" in order to fulfill the promise that God has for you! She is no stranger to bouncing back. And you can hear it within her music. She has a way of taking every dark situation, and bringing light to it for everyone to hear!

Work Check
Season wrap-up with Atlassian co-founder and co-CEO Scott Farquhar

Work Check

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 26:51


To wrap up season two of Work Check, we're bringing in a special guest judge - Atlassian's co-founder and co-CEO, Scott Farquhar. Debaters Maren Hotvedt, Kelvin Yap and Eli Mishkin join host Christine Dela Rosa to hear Scott's takes, and reflect back on the season's debates.

Highlights from The Hard Shoulder
Should Dublin have a food market?

Highlights from The Hard Shoulder

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 9:28


On last weeks show we discussed calls for a Lisbon style food food market in the city of Dublin. The Hard Shoulder received a statement from TimeOut, in which their Co-CEO has apologised for not coming to Dublin yet, saying it would be ‘a great city' to have one. Independent Councillor, and former Lord Mayor of Dublin, Christy Burke joined Kieran to discuss why Dublin has yet to see one and what a food market could mean for the city.

Outside In with Charles Trevail
Tekedra Mawakana, co-CEO, Waymo: Autonomously driven vehicles are here

Outside In with Charles Trevail

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 23:44


People have been buzzing about the promise of fully autonomous vehicles for years. But using self-driving cars in our everyday lives was something that we could only imagine existing in the distant future. No longer. Autonomous driving is here, and people are already using it to get to the mall, send their kids to school, or get dropped off at the airport. Waymo, the autonomous vehicle company owned by Google's parent company, Alphabet, has deployed a fleet of autonomously driven cars in cities like Phoenix and San Francisco that anyone can order from the Waymo One app -- just like you would with any ride-hailing service. Tekedra Mawakana, Waymo's co-CEO, joins the podcast to discuss Waymo's moonshot mission to solve “the greatest engineering challenge of our generation” and how autonomous driving technology is giving people freedom of movement while making the roads safer for all. She also gives an inside look into how Waymo is rolling out the autonomous service, city by city, using insights from early users to improve the Waymo One experience. Listen to this episode to learn: • Lessons from early users who are co-creating new use cases for autonomous vehicles • How the Waymo Driver technology makes the roads safer by removing human error • How visually impaired testers have inspired enhancements to the Waymo One app • The challenge of navigating consumers' expectations versus the realities of what the technology can do • How launching Waymo in different types of cities, with vastly different topographies and road conditions, is advancing the learnings of Waymo Driver and enabling it to scale much faster

Business Pants
Co-CEO Brett Taylor is the absentee father of Salesforce

Business Pants

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 37:02


33N83W
Episode 25 | Jane & Doug Root, Co-CEOs of Rustic Roots Wood: If This Reclaimed Wood Could Talk

33N83W

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 34:46


In this episode, meet Doug and Jane Root, UGA college sweethearts and co-founders of Rustic Roots Wood in Monroe, GA! Doug started their reclaimed wood business after embracing his entrepreneurial spirit and finding the courage to walk away from his long-time family business, Atlanta Lightbulb. In changing careers, he went from the known to the unknown to become an incredibly successful purveyor of reclaimed wood and wood products. And in it he has found more than just success, but also renewed joy in his career. And if the reclaimed beams that he sells could talk, the stories rich in history and intrigue they would surely tell, but since they can't literally talk, Doug shares some of those stories with us, including one with George Washington. Jane started college at UGA, where her and Doug's love story took root, and then graduated from Medical College of Georgia with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing. Jane first served as a nurse within the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta network, first on the hematology and oncology floor and then as a nurse coordinator for the spina bifida clinic. Her and Doug are the proud parents of 2 smart and beautiful teenage daughters, Riley and Elizabeth Root. Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, iHeartRadio, and Amazon Podcasts!

Startuprad.io - Startup podcast from Germany
FQX brings Companies' Debt Funding to the Blockchain

Startuprad.io - Startup podcast from Germany

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 29:53


We want digital debt to be registered, issued, transferred and eventually traded on our infrastructure. Benedikt Schuppli, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of FQX Executive Summary FQX is a Zürich, Switzerland-based fintech with great aspirations. They want to digitize company debt and this digital debt to be registered, issued, transferred, and eventually traded on their infrastructure. Promissory notes are known around the financial world. These instruments are fairly standardized. So, if you put this on a blockchain, you have an extremely powerful financing tool. Benedikt Schuppli, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of FQX The Founder This time we interview Benedikt Schuppli (https://www.linkedin.com/in/benedikt-schuppli/), a founder from Switzerland. He is the co-founder and co-CEO of FQX (https://fqx.ch/), a fintech startup from Switzerland offering electronic IOUs. Benedikt is a lawyer by training but took his first job after graduating with a Swiss fintech pioneer named Lykke as Chief Legal Officer. He there realized he wanted to be an entrepreneur and co-founded a smart contract startup called Lexon. The Startup FQX (https://fqx.ch/) is based in Zürich, Switzerland. Promissory notes, a version of IOUs is a stable of company funding in the German speaking area. Now with digitalization they get the ability to become much more widely used and listed on capital markets globally. A single issuance of promissory notes by one issuer is normally between 50-150 million Euros each. According to a recent statistic Q2 2021 alone saw the issuance of promissory notes worth 2,5 bn Euros in Germany, compared to 3,2 bn Euros in Q2 2020. Right now, they have a premium for not being tradable, but this is about to change with FQX. Learn more here: We want digital debt to be registered, issued, transferred and eventually traded on our infrastructure. Benedikt Schuppli, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of FQX Executive Summary FQX is a Zürich, Switzerland-based fintech with great aspirations. They want to digitize company debt and this digital debt to be registered, issued, transferred, and eventually traded on their infrastructure. Promissory notes are known around the financial world. These instruments are fairly standardized. So, if you put this on a blockchain, you have an extremely powerful financing tool. Benedikt Schuppli, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of FQX The Founder This time we interview Benedikt Schuppli (https://www.linkedin.com/in/benedikt-schuppli/), a founder from Switzerland. He is the co-founder and co-CEO of FQX (https://fqx.ch/), a fintech startup from Switzerland offering electronic IOUs. Benedikt is a lawyer by training but took his first job after graduating with a Swiss fintech pioneer named Lykke as Chief Legal Officer. He there realized he wanted to be an entrepreneur and co-founded a smart contract startup called Lexon. The Startup FQX (https://fqx.ch/) is based in Zürich, Switzerland. Promissory notes, a version of IOUs is a stable of company funding in the German speaking area. Now with digitalization they get the ability to become much more widely used and listed on capital markets globally. A single issuance of promissory notes by one issuer is normally between 50-150 million Euros each. According to a recent statistic Q2 2021 alone saw the issuance of promissory notes worth 2,5 bn Euros in Germany, compared to 3,2 bn Euros in Q2 2020. Right now, they have a premium for not being tradable, but this is about to change with FQX. Learn more here: https://medium.com/startuprad-io/fqx-brings-companies-debt-funding-to-the-blockchain-83c8528515a3 

Fintech Germany - By Startuprad.io
FQX brings Companies' Debt Funding to the Blockchain

Fintech Germany - By Startuprad.io

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 29:53


We want digital debt to be registered, issued, transferred and eventually traded on our infrastructure. Benedikt Schuppli, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of FQX Executive Summary FQX is a Zürich, Switzerland-based fintech with great aspirations. They want to digitize company debt and this digital debt to be registered, issued, transferred, and eventually traded on their infrastructure. Promissory notes are known around the financial world. These instruments are fairly standardized. So, if you put this on a blockchain, you have an extremely powerful financing tool. Benedikt Schuppli, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of FQX The Founder This time we interview Benedikt Schuppli (https://www.linkedin.com/in/benedikt-schuppli/), a founder from Switzerland. He is the co-founder and co-CEO of FQX (https://fqx.ch/), a fintech startup from Switzerland offering electronic IOUs. Benedikt is a lawyer by training but took his first job after graduating with a Swiss fintech pioneer named Lykke as Chief Legal Officer. He there realized he wanted to be an entrepreneur and co-founded a smart contract startup called Lexon. The Startup FQX (https://fqx.ch/) is based in Zürich, Switzerland. Promissory notes, a version of IOUs is a stable of company funding in the German speaking area. Now with digitalization they get the ability to become much more widely used and listed on capital markets globally. A single issuance of promissory notes by one issuer is normally between 50-150 million Euros each. According to a recent statistic Q2 2021 alone saw the issuance of promissory notes worth 2,5 bn Euros in Germany, compared to 3,2 bn Euros in Q2 2020. Right now, they have a premium for not being tradable, but this is about to change with FQX. Learn more here: We want digital debt to be registered, issued, transferred and eventually traded on our infrastructure. Benedikt Schuppli, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of FQX Executive Summary FQX is a Zürich, Switzerland-based fintech with great aspirations. They want to digitize company debt and this digital debt to be registered, issued, transferred, and eventually traded on their infrastructure. Promissory notes are known around the financial world. These instruments are fairly standardized. So, if you put this on a blockchain, you have an extremely powerful financing tool. Benedikt Schuppli, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of FQX The Founder This time we interview Benedikt Schuppli (https://www.linkedin.com/in/benedikt-schuppli/), a founder from Switzerland. He is the co-founder and co-CEO of FQX (https://fqx.ch/), a fintech startup from Switzerland offering electronic IOUs. Benedikt is a lawyer by training but took his first job after graduating with a Swiss fintech pioneer named Lykke as Chief Legal Officer. He there realized he wanted to be an entrepreneur and co-founded a smart contract startup called Lexon. The Startup FQX (https://fqx.ch/) is based in Zürich, Switzerland. Promissory notes, a version of IOUs is a stable of company funding in the German speaking area. Now with digitalization they get the ability to become much more widely used and listed on capital markets globally. A single issuance of promissory notes by one issuer is normally between 50-150 million Euros each. According to a recent statistic Q2 2021 alone saw the issuance of promissory notes worth 2,5 bn Euros in Germany, compared to 3,2 bn Euros in Q2 2020. Right now, they have a premium for not being tradable, but this is about to change with FQX. Learn more here: https://medium.com/startuprad-io/fqx-brings-companies-debt-funding-to-the-blockchain-83c8528515a3

Prometheus Decoded
Rising above the noise in the DTC space, helping the young hungry entrepreneur, and delivering self care at scale w/ Daniel Broukhim

Prometheus Decoded

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 41:48


Daniel Broukhim is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of FabFitFun, an eCommerce and media company with over two million subscribers and a valuation of nearly a billion dollars. Daniel is also the Co-Founder of Green Meadow Ventures—a VC firm that​ invests in tech-enabled consumer and enterprise businesses.During our chat, Daniel describes how being part of an entrepreneurial family and community informed his worldview, what he learned about investing from interning at his cousin's hedge fund, and his decision to start a digital agency instead of practicing law.  He then talks us through how FabFitFun started life as a newsletter, was reborn as a subscription box then evolved into a personalized shopping platform built around helping people live their best lives. Daniel also explains how his own health issues influence how he thinks about the platform and lays out a vision for the company's future.

The Beat of Sports
How The UCF Stadium Rights Deal Came To Happen

The Beat of Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 11:24


On Tuesday the UCF Board of Trustees approved the naming rights deal with between the university and FBC Mortgage to rename the stadium "FBC Mortgage Stadium." The Co-CEOs of FBC Mortgage join the who to talk about the big announcement.

How Success Happens
Julie Rice, Co-Founder of SoulCycle, on the Power of Building Community

How Success Happens

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 38:45


Julie Rice is co-founder of the fitness phenomenon, SoulCycle. Rice's life's work has been about building community and she served as Co-CEO at SoulCycle from 2006 to 2015 before serving as a Partner at WeWork from 2017 to 2019. She is currently the Co-Founder of Peoplehood. Peoplehood makes the world a more connected and empathetic place, one conversation at a time. In addition, she is a board member of the Public Theatre and WeightWatchers.

Dave Wakeman's The Business of Fun Podcast
Brett Goldberg tells us how behavior has changed during COVID

Dave Wakeman's The Business of Fun Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 46:25


My guest today is Brett Goldberg, Co-CEO of TickPick.  On today's episode we find out the origin of TickPick's name. We also cover how he managed his business during the pandemic and why being lean helped them react effectively.  We get into all-in pricing. We cover market fragmentation, market power, and how to win business.  We also hit on NFTs, Blockchain, and spec selling.  Check out my website and get 'Talking Tickets' my weekly newsletter at www.davewakeman.com  Partner with my friends at Booking Protect to generate new revenue, protect your brand, improve your customer service and experience, and more. Visit them at www.bookingprotect.com   

The Steve Gruber Show
Mike McFall, Michael McFall Launches ”GRIND Score,” a Self-Assessment & Leadership Coaching Resource for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 8:30


Mike McFall is the Co-CEO of BIGGBY Coffee & author of Grind, a no BS approach to take your business from concept to cash flow. Michael McFall Launches "GRIND Score," a Self-Assessment & Leadership Coaching Resource for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Too Tired to be Crazy
Life After Cancer w/ FabFitFun CEO Daniel Broukhim

Too Tired to be Crazy

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 61:57


“What does worry do for you?”Episode #5 of May's Mental Health MonthIt's heartbreaking to learn that someone you know is battling cancer. But, there is nothing more devastating than finding out that you have it. Things begin to crumble and the future seems bleak. Uncertainties will haunt you and possibilities of the future will only bring sadness, anxiety, and depression. It's a battle for your life, one that can make you feel like you're on the losing end.Today's guest is Co-CEO & Co-Founder of FabFitFun, Daniel Broukhim. Daniel bravely shares his battle against cancer, how he landed in the ER and later found out about his condition, the inner turmoil he had to go through amidst a flourishing business, and the importance of a good support system that helped him throughout his journey. Now, he is nearing his second year of being cancer-free! Visit https://fabfitfun.com/ and get $10 off your first box and use the code: ADULTINGWhat to Listen For:00:00 Introduction01:31 Diagnosed with the big C16:24 “I was too weak to work, at a certain point.”18:22 How do you support a loved one with cancer?24:37 Everyday is a good day in your life28:39 Is taking psychedelics helpful?34:39 How cancer can threaten masculinity38:04 Are men at higher risk of having major depressive disorder?42:13 Consider the mental health of your support system43:58 Did you have deep regrets?45:59 How did you celebrate being cancer-free?Connect with Daniel on:LinkedInInstagramTwitterFabFitFunGet more content on:@almostadulting on Instagram@violetbenson on Instagram@daddyissues_ on InstagramYouTubeTHIS WEEK'S PODCAST IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY:ApostropheSave $15-off your first visit with an Apostrophe provider at https://www.apostrophe.com/pod/ADULTING/ when you use our code: ADULTUNG to get your dermatologist-crafted treatment plan for $5. Modern Fertility Go to http://www.modernfertility.com/adulting for $20 off your first fertility test.Hello Fresh Got to http://www.hellofresh.com/adulting16 and use our code: ADULTING16 for up to 16 free meals and 3 free gifts.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.