This was the largest group we've had at the studio so far! Junoflo, G2, Jae Young and Justin Park sat down with the team to promote their new music and upcoming concert in Los Angeles. Sharing hilarious stories about meeting their heroes and obstacles of becoming duos, this supergroup didn't leave any details out. JUSTIN PARK, JUNOFLO, G2, YEAR OF THE OX LIVE Sunday March 26th more info here: https://rb.gy/bg1vpa Live every Tuesday at 1pm PST: https://twitch.tv/dumbfoundeadlive Follow the IG: https://www.instagram.com/funwithdumb Join the Discord: https://discord.gg/funwithdumb Hosted by: Dumbfoundead https://www.instagram.com/dumbfoundead https://twitter.com/dumbfoundead Steffie Baik: https://www.instagram.com/baikedguds https://www.twitch.tv/steffiebaik Lyricks: https://www.instagram.com/yox_rick https://www.youtube.com/yearoftheox https://www.twitch.tv/oxgang Intro Animation by: @yeetheeast Intro Song by: @sweater_beats "Fun With Dumb" Producers: Jonathan Park Rick Lee Alex Kim Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join us as we talk to Aakrit Vaish, the Co-Founder & CEO of Haptik about their story. Aakrit Vaish holds a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, which he completed in 2008. Following his graduation, he gained valuable experience by working with renowned companies such as Motorola and Deloitte in the Bay Area. In 2011, Aakrit joined Flurry Inc., where he served as the Director of Global Business Operations and India, playing a pivotal role in the company's success. In the years that followed, Aakrit went on to co-found several companies, including Flato.to and Interakt. He also served as a managing partner for Peercheque and as an advisory board member for H2 (h2.co), where he shared his expertise and insights with fellow entrepreneurs. In July 2013, Aakrit co-founded Haptik, a groundbreaking conversational AI platform that has revolutionized the way businesses engage with their customers. As the company's CEO, Aakrit has been instrumental in driving its growth and success by building a team of talented professionals and leading the development of cutting-edge technology. About Haptik: Haptik is a prominent conversational AI platform that helps brands create engaging and personalized experiences for users across 20 channels and 100+ languages. By using cutting-edge AI technology, Haptik enables brands to design delightful experiences that improve conversion rates throughout every stage of the customer journey. With a vision to create the most compelling conversational commerce platform of the 21st century, Haptik has established itself as a leader in the industry. The company has a global presence with offices in New York, Los Angeles, Mumbai, and Singapore and boasts an impressive client roster that includes KFC, Whirlpool, Starhub, HP, Reliance Jio, CEAT, Disney Hotstar, OLA, and Zurich Insurance, among others. Haptik's Conversational Commerce platform has received widespread recognition and acclaim from leading industry experts, including Gartner, G2, Opus Research, and many others, who have hailed the company as a category leader in the space. Through its innovative technology and commitment to excellence, Haptik is poised to continue driving growth and success for its clients well into the future.
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Today's guest is Godard Abel. He is the Co-founder & CEO of G2.com, a software marketplace with authentic peer reviews to make purchasing software that much easier. With his vast experience as an executive heading up multiple high-performing companies (like SteelBrick and BigMachines - purchased by Salesforce and Oracle respectively), Godard offers valuable advice on what it means to be a stellar operator. In this episode, he sat down with Patrick Campbell at SaaStock 2022 and broke down a number of fundamental learnings.High Level OverviewEstablish a strong company culture that fosters trust and collaboration.Leverage the power of partnerships to create synergies and generate value.Develop a performance-oriented mindset to ensure success.Utilize peer reviews and customer feedback to build trust with potential customers.Utilize data to make informed decisions and improve efficiency.Adopting G2's P.E.A.K. CultureInvesting in your team and developing a strong company culture is one of the best ways to ensure your business is successful for years to come. You can follow the G2 method of P.E.A.K. Culture which stands for Performance, Entrepreneurship, Authenticity, Kindness. Performance: It's important to have goals and objectives but tantamount to that all is to measure that progress. This can be done by creating a baseline of what you have currently, whether it's tracking your MRR, CAC, or LTV or even the reach you see in your social campaigns. Additionally, no one better understands the buying process than your customers. Utilize customer feedback, reviews, and other buyer data to make informed decisions and improve efficiency.Entrepreneurship: Fostering a culture where operators can have ownership over certain facets of the business will pay dividends. Oftentimes, just doing what works isn't going to move the needle. Empowering others who you work with to challenge the status-quo can result in game-changing results. Don't get this confused with hustling your face off, however. Poor sleep patterns can negatively impact growth and satisfaction.Authenticity: I'm sure we all see ourselves as authentic to varying degrees. Authenticity in itself feels like a binary measure, but there's always that one person who holds their cards close to their chest. Dan Martell managed to shift Patrick Campbell's perception of authenticity after speaking with him on an earlier episode of Protect the Hustle. Vulnerability is strength. encouraging transparency and open communication can develop a healthy culture within any business.Kindness: It isn't just about being nice and respectful to those you work with (although that's a great place to start), creating partnerships with likeminded businesses is crucial to your own success. By practicing the golden rule where you treat others how you want to be treated can lead to strong relationships with investors, peers, and your direct reports that will come back to help you in the end. You can't expect the same measure of response, but it can, at the very least, put a warm feeling in someone else's heart.Further LearningsYou can learn more about Godard Abel by following him on LinkedIn and Twitter.
Summoning Insight kicks off with discussing the complex issue surrounding Danny's treatment on EG and the possible unethical actions of team management in handling him as a player. The news of Upset to Vitality breaks as the show is happening, so Monte and Thorin discuss if this is finally the roster move that sends Vitality to the top. They recap G2's dominant victory in the LEC Winter Split and then discuss the recent results from the best teams in the LPL and LCK, including JDG, TOP, T1, and GenG.
The LEC playoffs begin with G2's victory victory over KOI, which Monte argues was more one-sided than many believe. Vitality's elimination receives further scrutiny, with discussion focusing on whether or not the bot lane of Neon and Kaiser needs to be changed before the LEC Spring Split. A quick chat about the LPL's best teams such as JDG and TOP moves into conversation about the issues with Dplus KIA and the big match between T1 and GenG. Monte and Thorin finish the show with a conversation on LCS, particularly focusing on Team Liquid and their struggles with their Korean-speaking roster before moving onto Discord questions.
In this episode of Confirmed, we go back to school and grade all the performances of IEM Katowice with grades from F to A, including G2, FURIA, C9, FaZe, NAVI, Heroic, IHC, and more! ➡️ Follow us for updates: https://twitter.com/HLTVconfirmed
The first weekend of the LEC Winter Split groups is complete, with G2 moving on to the playoff bracket and Vitality unexpectedly upset by KOI. The European LoL discussion focuses around each of the remaining teams and the overall strength of the region alongside the options that Excel have as they await their next shot in the Spring split. The conversation turns to Asia as Thorin and Monte highlight the strengths and weaknesses of some of the world's best teams: T1, GenG, JDG, Top, and Weibo. How did KT pull off the upset against GenG this week and will Dplus return to their early split dominance?
Today on That Tech Pod, Laura and Kevin speak with CCPA & CPRA Co-author Rich Arney and Boltive CEO Dan Frechtling. Dan Frechtling is CEO of Boltive, providing publishers and ad exchanges the tools they need to monitor and audit their programmatic ads, and the added benefit to identify the source & block the bad ones—setting a new standard for accountability & protection that our industry desperately needs. Frechtling has led B2B SaaS businesses since 1999. Prior to Ad Lightning, he was President of G2 Web Services, acquired by Verisk, where he expanded G2's cyber security solutions to detect brand damaging activity and transaction laundering. He was also GM/VP at Hibu, VP at Stamps.com and Sr. Associate for McKinsey. He has an MBA with Distinction from Harvard Business School and a BS with High Honors from Northwestern University. Follow Boltive on LinkedIn and Twitter.Rick Arney is a board member of Californians for Consumer Privacy and a co-author of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and Proposition 24 - the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), the most comprehensive and groundbreaking consumer privacy laws in the United States. In addition to co-authoring both laws, Rick participated in all aspects of campaigning including signature gathering, media (both TV and Radio), finance and campaign strategy. He has an Economics BA with honors from Stanford and an MBA from Harvard and is a Fulbright Scholar.
Contract Teardown Show from Law Insider
In this episode of the Contract Teardown, privacy consultant Avishai Ostrin explains the Data Processing Agreement, or DPA. The DPA protects companies from privacy breaches on third-party sites and data storage tools like Amazon Web Services or Slack. Listen as Ostrin details the crucial elements of a DPA and what red flags to look out for when drafting. About Law Insider: We're all about contracts! Law Insider (https://www.lawinsider.com) is a subscription-based contract database and resource center that helps over 250,000 lawyers and business owners draft and negotiate contracts more effectively. Join the Community We think drafting and negotiating contracts is one of the most important skills you can build as an attorney and business owner. Law Insider is committed to supporting our user community with the tools and resources to help build these skills. Where to Start Looking for sample contracts, clauses or defined terms? Create a Basic Access Account and try it out. Looking for educational videos, webinars and articles on drafting and negotiating best practices? Visit our resources center. Plans and Pricing Law Insider offers monthly, annual and team subscriptions. For full pricing and packaging details, visit our pricing page at lawinsider.com/pricing. Check out our on-demand webinars: https://www.lawinsider.com/resources/ Check out our reviews on G2: https://bit.ly/3cbBCZ1 Check out our tutorials: https://support.lawinsider.com Follow Law Insider on Twitter: https://twitter.com/lawinsider Join the Law Insider Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/lawin... ======================================= Law Insider Promo Code: TEARDOWN2 =======================================
HLTV Confirmed goes live from Katowice featuring 3 sets of guests: Snax, siuhy (GamerLegion), F1KU (OG) to talk about Polish scene, stavn & TeSeS to talk about Heroic run, and HooXi & Swani to talk about G2's series of successes. ➡️ Follow us for updates: https://twitter.com/HLTVconfirmed
Talent Acquisition Trends & Strategy
Join host James Mackey as he sits down with Michael Salamey, Chief People Officer at ID Plans, to discuss the evolving role of TA leaders. Salamey shares his unique perspective as a CPO and delves with our host into how TA leaders need to align recruitment outcomes with North Star metrics set by the CEO. They discuss the impact of hybrid remote vs. in-office work and what is the number one predictor of job success today.Other topics:- How leaders can translate the balance between investing in employment packages and the reality of a P&L- Glassdoor reviews- The echo chamber in tech surrounding the tech rebound- A players take ownership (Accountability, the #1 predictor of job success)- Recruiting is a team sport. A VP of TA can't force another VP to follow best practices. Implementing hiring performance metrics to all VPs. Our host James Mackey, SecureVision CEO Listen to our full episode list here:https://www.talenttrends.io/Follow us:https://www.linkedin.com/company/82436841/Our YouTube channel:https://www.youtube.com/@securevision1677#1 Rated Embedded Recruitment Firm on G2!https://www.g2.com/products/securevision/reviewsThanks for listening!
Talent Acquisition Trends & Strategy
Valerie Bowden, Founder, and Director at CRDLE, joins host James Mackey to dive into the exciting world of African talent. Discover the benefits that African talent brings to the table and why more companies are embracing it. Explore the best countries in Africa to source talent from and the various types of talent available. Get insights into how the global talent economy is changing and the impact it has on the cost of hiring. Our host James Mackey, SecureVision CEO Listen to our full episode list here:https://www.talenttrends.io/Follow us:https://www.linkedin.com/company/82436841/Our YouTube channel:https://www.youtube.com/@securevision1677#1 Rated Embedded Recruitment Firm on G2!https://www.g2.com/products/securevision/reviewsThanks for listening!
Talent Acquisition Trends & Strategy
Join Corey Kossack, Founder & CEO at Aspireship, and host James Mackey as they delve into the complexities of the employment market for startups and growth-stage tech companies. They dive into inflation trends, how TA leaders need to be more analytical and align hiring plans with the companies north star metrics, incorporating onboarding and ongoing learning in development cost into cost per hire, and how TA leaders can be a more strategic partner to their CEO. They will discuss the disconnect between talent acquisition and retention, and at what stage tech companies start to become successful at hiring people that are transitioning to a new career within tech. Learn how much time and investment is required to develop new hires, and what factors contribute to a significant employee retention rate. Our host James Mackey, SecureVision CEO Listen to our full episode list here:https://www.talenttrends.io/Follow us:https://www.linkedin.com/company/82436841/Our YouTube channel:https://www.youtube.com/@securevision1677#1 Rated Embedded Recruitment Firm on G2!https://www.g2.com/products/securevision/reviewsThanks for listening!
Claire O'Keefe has an impressive resume in the wealth management industry. As Partner and the Head of Partner Development in Cerity Partners' Chicago office, she also serves as member of the company's Executive Committee. Prior to her roles at Cerity Partners, Claire has held leadership positions at two wealth management firms, where she was responsible for: Strategic planning Client Development Advisory services to affluent individuals, business owners, executives, and nonprofit organizations. Claire is a strong advocate for philanthropy, and has served on the Henry Viscardi School Board of Trustees, as well as being involved with other charitable organizations. A PHILOSOPHY TO DOING MERGERS Cerity Partners view themselves as a partner and not an aggregator, and believe in bringing together like-minded professionals to benefit clients and colleagues. Their vision is to build a global professional services firm for wealth management, both for high-net-worth clients and workplace wealth management for executives. When considering potential new partners, they look for key areas of alignment, including: Culture Target clientele Value proposition Business model BUILDING A NATIONAL FOOTPRINT In order to build a national footprint and brand recognition, the distinction of integrator or aggregator is important in terms of their growth, exit, and funding strategy. Cerity Partners is an integrated firm, meaning they have: One brand One technology stack Equal payroll and benefits for all colleagues They use this model in order to build a national footprint and brand recognition. They integrate technology, data, and operations when they acquire other firms, but they do not force or accelerate integration, prioritizing a consistent client and colleague experience. The assimilation of colleagues is a day-one priority, while technology integration can take longer as they make sure to map data and user requirements. THE IMPORTANCE OF HAVING VISION, MISSION, AND VALUE PROPOSITION Part of building recognition for your firm is having a vision, a mission and value proposition is paramount to success. Vision: Setting your vision is effectively the blueprint to how you want your firm to approach business, and allows for you to set a clear mission. Mission: By having a solid mission, your firm and clients are aware of what you can do for their business, and exactly how you will achieve that for them. Value Proposition: This is arguably the most important aspect to set in order to attract clients. Value proposition offers customers what distinguishes you from competitors. With over 800 colleagues and serving about 15,000 clients across 20 markets, Cerity Partners manages about $65 billion in assets. While these are impressive numbers, Cerity Partners prioritizes forming relationships with exceptional people over the quantity of deals it has completed. This aligns with their vision, mission, and value proposition. All of this combined allows Cerity Partners to be very attractive to specifically G2 advisors,. FACING A MARKET DOWNTURN I've said many times, market fluctuations are one of the truths in business. We've discussed in the past how it's important to not rely solely on the market or the news cycle to dictate your deals. (For more: listen to Episode 220, “The Art of Balancing Market Conditions and Client Motivations in Deals.”) For Cerity Partners, Claire emphasizes that they are looking for full merger, and not partial investments. They are flexible on the mix of cash and equity in the deal, and they allow partners to take equity as part of the merger. They are transparent with the valuation structure and consider expenses that would be eliminated after the merger to increase the EBITDA and apply a multiple to it. They believe in the growth opportunity of coming together. Despite the market downturn, their firm's interest continues to be at an all-time high because of this approach to mergers. Cerity Partners continues to invest in the resources and infrastructure required to optimize their pillars, and is agile in experimenting and changing things to continue growth. • • • FOR MORE ON CLAIRE O'KEEFE AND CERITY PARTNERS: http://www.linkedin.com/in/m-claire-o-keefe-305b539 https://ceritypartners.com/ Corey Kupfer is an expert strategist, negotiator, and dealmaker. He has more than 35 years of professional deal-making and negotiating experience. Corey is a successful entrepreneur, attorney, consultant, author, and professional speaker. He is deeply passionate about deal-driven growth. He is also the creator and host of the DealQuest Podcast. If you want to find out how deal-ready you are, take the Deal-Ready Assessment today!
When you're on the hamster wheel of content creation, it can feel hard to get off. When you zoom out, though, it turns out there are more-strategic ways to look at what you're making and why. Jakub Rudnik's created content for renowned organizations like G2, Chicago Tribune, and now Scribe. Buckle up for this conversation where he shares his tips for being more intentional.TopicsDefeat imposter syndrome through successEnable your teams to deliver better contentWe follow people for their brainsShould you worry about appearing salesy?Company culture can complicate contentContent strategy is an internal battleExperimentation is a win-win muscleShow LinksCheck out ScribeFollow Jakub Rudnik on LinkedIn or TwitterConnect with Omniscient Digital on LinkedIn or TwitterPast guests on The Long Game podcast include: Morgan Brown (Shopify), Ryan Law (Animalz), Dan Shure (Evolving SEO), Kaleigh Moore (freelancer), Eric Siu (Clickflow), Peep Laja (CXL), Chelsea Castle (Chili Piper), Tracey Wallace (Klaviyo), Tim Soulo (Ahrefs), Ryan McReady (Reforge), and many more.Some interviews you might enjoy and learn from:Actionable Tips and Secrets to SEO Strategy with Dan Shure (Evolving SEO)Building Competitive Marketing Content with Sam Chapman (Aprimo)How to Build the Right Data Workflow with Blake Burch (Shipyard)Data-Driven Thought Leadership with Alicia Johnston (Sprout Social)Purpose-Driven Leadership & Building a Content Team with Ty Magnin (UiPath)Also, check out our Kitchen Side series where we take you behind the scenes to see how the sausage is made at our agency:Blue Ocean vs Red Ocean SEOShould You Hire Writers or Subject Matter Experts?How Do Growth and Content Overlap?Connect with Omniscient Digital on social:Twitter: @beomniscientLinkedin: Be OmniscientListen to more episodes of The Long Game podcast here: https://beomniscient.com/podcast/
Talent Acquisition Trends & Strategy
Julie Macaluso, Manager, Talent Acquisition & Development at Community Coffee, joins host James Mackey to discuss:What is the biggest challenge of rolling out a new system;What are some of the biggest gains when implementing a new program;Process documentation & more Our host James Mackey, SecureVision CEO Listen to our full episode list here:https://www.talenttrends.io/Follow us:https://www.linkedin.com/company/82436841/Our YouTube channel:https://www.youtube.com/@securevision1677#1 Rated Embedded Recruitment Firm on G2!https://www.g2.com/products/securevision/reviewsThanks for listening!
Gremlins 2: The New Batch has something for everyone - assuming that everyone wants a movie with a bunch of Gremlins. Acting almost as a parody of itself, G2 throws the kitchen sink at viewers as it continually breaks the fourth wall while also breaking hella stuff in the process. Join the boys as Steve tries to convince Anthony that this is a good movie.
2 Girls and a Game - Curling Podcast
Girl 2 rejoins Girl 1 for episode 12 of season 8. There's Something About Mary as G2 is back from a grind of a week commentating for the Ontario STOH and Tankard provincial championships. She dishes about the host town, the venue, the event, the people, and her commentary colleagues, plus the sights, sounds and observations from a great seat in the house. The Girls also discuss the no-tick rule before dissecting the results in Port Elgin, which are followed by mention of a real-life flashback: a COVID case, which prompted a competing team to withdraw. Then it's on to the plethora of other provincial championship results that made this past week and weekend one of the most attractive for those savvy enough to watch livestreams via the internet. Enjoy the episode, and stay safe!
Marketing Square : MÃ©thodes Growth Marketing
L'intuition, le pire ennemi du Marketeur ! Eric Seclet, Copywriter et hôte du podcast le SaaS Club, dévoile la méthode du "Review Mining". Le Review Mining sert à entrer dans la tête de nos clients, grâce aux avis utilisateurs. Notamment ceux des concurrents, pour découvrir leurs déclencheurs, envies et freins. Récoltez un maximum d'avis clients G2, Capterra, AmazonReview ou Trustpilot. Regardez les avis de vos concurrents Scannez 3 à 5 concurrents, directs ou indirects. Copiez/collez ces avis sur Excel On ne se pose pas de question, on fera le tri plus tard ! Classifiez et observez la fréquence Éliminez les avis inutiles. Observez les mots utilisés, les expressions, les solutions alternatives, mais aussi les déclencheurs. Triez en colonnes "bénéfices" et "douleurs" et identifiez les patterns en utilisant un système de scoring. Recommandations : Coupler cette approche avec d'autres méthodes qualitatives Questionnaires, interview clients etc. Adapter la façon notre approche Prendre en compte que chaque client ne démarre pas au même point. Travaillez le Copywriting Reprendre les mots utilisés dans les reviews clients Maintenant, plus d'excuse pour ne pas doubler votre chiffre d'affaires... Tous au charbon
Stan Gregor, CEO of Summit Financial, is a seasoned business leader with over 30 years of experience in various industries such as banking, wealth management, insurance, and investment banking. Throughout his career, Stan has been involved in the acquisition and integration of large and complex businesses in these industries, and has a history of improving their performance, profitability and returns for shareholders. A UNIQUE VALUE PROPOSITION The independent advisor industry has undergone significant changes in recent years, with many options available for advisors seeking a firm that caters to their specific needs. With Summit Financial, Stan recognized this evolution and adapted his business strategy to stand out among other firms, while remaining current with the evolution of the industry. Stan describes Summit's approach as one that combines independence, but with support. Advisors are given the autonomy to operate their own business, providing their clients with the level of service they desire, but they also have access to a team of support to assist them in their day-to-day operations. Moreover, Summit's partnership model is distinctive, with partners coming together on a regular basis to share their experiences and act as an advisory committee to one another. This culture of collaboration is what sets Summit apart from other firms, and is a valuable benefit for advisors who have been with the firm for an extended period of time. SUMMIT FINANCIAL: AGGREGATOR? INTEGRATOR? In the RIA industry there are two main business models: The aggregator model and the integrator model. The aggregator model is where a company acquires smaller businesses, but operates them separately and only focuses on generating profit and revenue without integrating them into the larger company. In contrast, the integrator model emphasizes on equipping advisors with the necessary tools and resources to work independently, while still having access to the regulatory compliance and technology infrastructure of the larger parent company. Many firms will operate as a hybrid, opting to pick the parts of both models to create an amalgamation that suits their firm's needs. Summit Financial would fall under the full integrator model, where they simplify the things that advisors don't want to do, such as having their own ADV, or dealing with technology and compliance. Summit Financial also provides: An investment team Insurance agency Servicing arm to take non-client-facing tasks off the advisor's plate, while still allowing them to use their own brand The culture of the company is one of collaboration and partnership, and Stan firmly believes that if Summit Financial is not adding value to an advisor's business, the advisor should leave. I appreciate the honesty in this approach, as often in business, the focus can become overly superficial, emphasizing solely on financial figures without considering how the team functions together as a cohesive unit. I agree that a positive company culture is vital, and making sure that everyone is content – so they can excel – should be a top priority. FLEXIBILITY & COMPANY CULTURE One of the key components to ensuring Summit Financial stands out from other firms is their approach to flexibility. Stan highlights that the company's business model is distinctive and adaptive, allowing firms to maintain their own branding, and for employees to come and go as they please. This approach allows for a more personalized experience for both firms and employees, as they have the ability to shape and adapt the company to their specific needs. This approach contrasts greatly with other, larger companies that often make 100% acquisitions, absorbing all aspects of the acquired businesses. This method of acquisition often results in the loss of the acquired company's identity and culture, as they are absorbed into the larger company's system. SUPPORTING GENERATIONAL GROWTH There are a myriad of unique challenges and opportunities that arise when working with second (G2) and third (G3) generation business owners. Stan acknowledges that these individuals may have different goals and interests, with some looking to cash out sooner, while others are more interested in growth opportunities. One of the ways that Summit addresses these challenges is through their business model of only buying a minority stake in a business. This allows G2 and G3 members to continue to run and grow the business, while still having the support and resources provided by Summit. Additionally, Summit has experience working with G2 members who are loyal to the business but may not have the means to take over the business on their own. In these cases, Summit will make an investment in the seller and also provide financing for the G2 member, allowing them to acquire the business without incurring a significant amount of debt. Summit's primary focus is on helping G2 and G3 members grow their businesses organically. Stan explains that they don't aim to make money in the financing aspect of the deal, and that their model is designed to be simple and fair. Stan is fervent in his disdain for the "nickel and dime" mentality that is prevalent in the industry, citing that Summit's approach is meant to be more transparent and beneficial for all parties involved. THE SUMMIT FUNDING STRATEGY All firms, regardless of their model, whether it be a full integrator, a full aggregator, or a hybrid, have their own unique funding strategies. Stan explains that all financing for Summit derives from the personal capital of its partners, and that the company does not have any private equity or loans from banks. For larger transactions, Summit will utilize the services of Merchant Capital, of which he is a shareholder. It is crucial that a firm is financially smart. Stan believes that the most intelligent way to run Summit is by: Limiting its funding to not include private equity Limiting its funding to not include loans from banks Keeping a healthy amount of cash on hand Avoiding taking excessive risks This strategy has proven to be effective as Summit has been in business for 40 years, which Stan opines could only be achieved by being financially savvy. • • • FOR MORE ON STAN GREGOR & SUMMIT FINANCIAL: https://summitfinancial.com/ https://summitfinancial.com/team-members/stan-gregor/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/stan-gregor-2113465/ Corey Kupfer is an expert strategist, negotiator, and dealmaker. He has more than 35 years of professional deal-making and negotiating experience. Corey is a successful entrepreneur, attorney, consultant, author, and professional speaker. He is deeply passionate about deal-driven growth. He is also the creator and host of the DealQuest Podcast. If you want to find out how deal-ready you are, take the Deal-Ready Assessment today!
Join MonteCristo and Thorin as they rank discuss the start of the LEC and LCK regular seasons, the dominating debut of G2, Vitality living up to the early hype, how T1 and Dplus should vie for the title in Korea, the announced changes to the upcoming LCS broadcast, how most teams are playing through bot lane, and more.
Talent Acquisition Trends & Strategy
Andreea Florescu, Vice President of Operations at SecureVision, and Julia Arpag, Talent Team Lead at SecureVision, join host James Mackey to discuss:Twitter layoffsElon's Talent StrategyWhether or not it's ok for big tech to hire while administrating mass layoffsThe state of the economy and labor market Our host James Mackey, SecureVision CEO Listen to our full episode list here:https://www.talenttrends.io/Follow us:https://www.linkedin.com/company/82436841/Our YouTube channel:https://www.youtube.com/@securevision1677#1 Rated Embedded Recruitment Firm on G2!https://www.g2.com/products/securevision/reviewsThanks for listening!
Talent Acquisition Trends & Strategy
Asad Zaman, CEO of Sales Talent Agency, Inc. joins host James Mackey to discuss the state of the labor market, the impact on demand vs. supply of talent, hiring in a tough market, & more. Our host James Mackey, SecureVision CEO Listen to our full episode list here:https://www.talenttrends.io/Follow us:https://www.linkedin.com/company/82436841/Our YouTube channel:https://www.youtube.com/@securevision1677#1 Rated Embedded Recruitment Firm on G2!https://www.g2.com/products/securevision/reviewsThanks for listening!
Talent Acquisition Trends & Strategy
Rahul Yodh, Vice President of Talent Acquisition, shares how New Western hit their hiring plan while doubling the size of the company. How he implemented an optimized revenue approach to talent acquisition. New Western was just recognized by Glassdoor as a 2023 Best Place to Work. Our host James Mackey, SecureVision CEO Listen to our full episode list here:https://www.talenttrends.io/Follow us:https://www.linkedin.com/company/82436841/Our YouTube channel:https://www.youtube.com/@securevision1677#1 Rated Embedded Recruitment Firm on G2!https://www.g2.com/products/securevision/reviewsThanks for listening!
The G2 on 5G Podcast by Moor Insights & Strategy
In this 129th episode of The G2 on 5G, Anshel and Will Cover:1. 2022 look back: T-Mobile's Business Rise2. 2022 look back: 5G Networks Mature3. 2022 look back: Private Networking and 5G as a Service4. 2022 look back: FWA hits its stride5. 2023 prediction: Open RAN Hits its Stride6. 2023 prediction: Standalone starts to get real momentum
Hey everyone! We here are wishing you all a very happy holiday and remember to enjoy yourself during this upcoming new years celebrations! This week G2 (@geronimo265) is back in the building talking about this year in review. The boys go over some movies and podcasts that topped the year and their Spotify wrapped. Tyson puts the boys on to melatonin, Eman thinks TikTok lives are real, and much more. Thanks to G2 for coming on and hanging with the boys and closing out 2022! We can't wait for all of you to see what 2023 brings. Thank you all for the constant support and love. We hope you enjoy this episode! Don't forget to check out and support the Patreon: patreon.com/2good4upod !
Final full episode of 2022!! Hope you've been having a wonderful holiday season and Happy (almost) New Year! I asked Will Allred (co-founder & COO at Lavender) to join me for this episode and cover some good ole' sales topics that may be top of mind for folks going into 2023. Will is a LinkedIn Top Sales Voice (47K+ followers). Prior to Lavender, Will was co-founder and COO at Sorter and prior to that he was Senior Associate at TopRight, a marketing consulting firm. Lavender was founded in 2020 and based out of NYC. They've got 8 people on the team and hiring for 2 more marketing roles. Lavender is the #1 sales email assistant. Write better emails, get more replies. 9.9/10 on G2 with 10k+ users. Here's what we hit on: Let's start with your website, that homepage header banner (play-doh wizard, listeners please go check it out) it's amazing, who came up with that and how's the performance of your website (HINT: our website converts 15-20% of all traffic); What's the biggest but not as widely known mistake salespeople make when they write outbound emails; You're PLG-focused so what's been working really well for you for growth, how do you increase the chances of spreading WOM. You can find Will on LinkedIn. Find out more about Lavender. This episode is sponsored by UMSO, the website builder for startups. Visit umso.com/MSM to learn more and use the code MSM20 for a 20% discount on your first three months. This episode is also sponsored by Riverside, your online recording studio. Visit Riverside.fm to learn more and use the code HOLIDAYS22 for a 30% discount on your subscription. For more content, subscribe to Modern Startup Marketing on Apple or Spotify or wherever you like to listen, and don't forget to leave a review! And whenever you're ready, there are 3 ways I can help you: 1. Startup marketing strategy, execution and advising (25+ happy clients and mentees) >> www.furmanovmarketing.com 2. Sign up to get my monthly newsletter where I'll make you chuckle/smile/both guaranteed >> https://share.hsforms.com/1cP1V40x7RGes5gHk1XNgNw47lba 3. Sponsor my Top 10% podcast and get startup founders, marketers and VCs hearing about your brand >> https://anchor.fm/anna-furmanov You can also find me hanging out on LinkedIn every single week: www.linkedin.com/in/annafurmanov --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anna-furmanov/message
Arkosh, Old G, Notail, Ceb, and Cap are all losing right now on the DPC. We also talk about the NOUNS tournament proposal video, G2, the LCS, Henry Dota, and a few spicy things. Happy Holidays everyone. Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/sidepull Twitter: @leafeator @capcasts
The G2 on 5G Podcast by Moor Insights & Strategy
In this 10th Standalone Edition Episode (Ep. 128) of the G2 on 5G, Anshel and Will speak with Ingmārs Pūķis Vice President and Board Member LMT, about a multitude of 5G topics, including background on LMT and 5G Techritory.Topics Discussed: 1. A background of 5G Techritory and Will's experience attending the event and some of Ingmar's insights2. 5G use cases that LMT is seeing in the Baltics and on its own network with customers.3. How is LMT embracing cloud disaggregation and uses of vRAN and ORAN4. Is the momentum of RAN sharing in other parts of the EU finding its way into the Baltics to speed up deployments? How does it affect competition?
From the SaaStock 2022 Scale Stage: Godard Abel, Co-Founder & CEO at G2, discusses surviving and thriving in a downturn: his lessons learned weathering economic storms over 25 years building SaaS leaders. Godard Abel shares what it takes to weather economic storms and market downturns as a SaaS leader. Surviving the downturn and thriving to success can be done. Join him to hear the lessons learned from over 25 years of working to stay ahead of the game. ~~~~ Want access to ALL content from SaaStock 2022? With a one-time $10 fee, it's yours. Click here to watch all content: https://bit.ly/S22Content
HooXi joins HLTV Confirmed to talk about him joining G2, early challenges, leading m0NESY & NiKo, and finally winning a trophy with the team. In other topics, map & gun update, other teams at BLAST, Astralis getting Buzz, NIP bench es3tag, and more. ➡️ Follow us for updates: https://twitter.com/HLTVconfirmed
Contract Teardown Show from Law Insider
Commercial lawyer Lynden Renwick tears down three examples of a limitation of liability clause. He discusses caps, carveouts, and exceptions, then gives his multi-stage model for managing contract risk. The Contracts: https://storage.googleapis.com/lawinsider-wordpress/1/2022/12/Peernet-license.pdf https://www.lawinsider.com/contracts/gn4fKDoCp4w#limitation-of-liability https://www.lawinsider.com/contracts/4q8nykvjvsz#limitation-of-liability About Law Insider: We're all about contracts! Law Insider (https://www.lawinsider.com) is a subscription-based contract database and resource center that helps over 250,000 lawyers and business owners draft and negotiate contracts more effectively. Join the Community We think drafting and negotiating contracts is one of the most important skills you can build as an attorney and business owner. Law Insider is committed to supporting our user community with the tools and resources to help build these skills. Where to Start Looking for sample contracts, clauses or defined terms? Create a Basic Access Account and try it out. Looking for educational videos, webinars and articles on drafting and negotiating best practices? Visit our resources center. Plans and Pricing Law Insider offers monthly, annual and team subscriptions. For full pricing and packaging details, visit our pricing page at lawinsider.com/pricing. Check out our on-demand webinars: https://www.lawinsider.com/resources/ Check out our reviews on G2: https://bit.ly/3cbBCZ1 Check out our tutorials: https://support.lawinsider.com Follow Law Insider on Twitter: https://twitter.com/lawinsider Join the Law Insider Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/lawin... ======================================= Law Insider Promo Code: TEARDOWN2 =======================================
kennyS joins HLTV Confirmed to talk about his return to play (from G2 bench to Falcons), best AWPers of the scene, and current teammates. In other topics are HUNDEN getting unbanned, C9 considering interz replacement, the weapons & Anubis update, and a BLAST World Final prediction. ➡️ Follow us for updates: https://twitter.com/HLTVconfirmed
In this episode of The Disruptive Successor Show, Jonathan speaks with Bill Yoh, Chairman of the Yoh Group and Co-Owner of Day, and Zimmerman, a 45-thousand-employee, century-old business. He is a third-generation owner and the youngest of 5 siblings and has a personal view of the human dynamics behind large, multigeneration family businesses.He regularly writes about leadership, relationships, and family business using his proprietary methodology called famlylitics. He recently published Our Way, a biography on his father and family which has been hailed as a transgenerational saga. Bill also teaches a class at Wharton on the family business.He talks about how his father grew their business, being G2, and how even being G3 it is still more of a sibling partnership than anything. Succession was smooth in their business and they ensure that any family members who want to enter the business have had related experience first before coming aboard.In their experience, having outside consultants is critical to find out what others have been doing and going through that process first before landing on policies on hiring and governance. Bill stresses the need to nurture the relationships within the family business and how consultants can help with this.Bill's family has a master plan that they discuss when things are good so that when unexpected events happen, they are not blindsided. Bill then shares the genesis of his book on his father and how it was an effort to immortalize the rich lessons in life and business that his father learned over many decades.HIGHLIGHT QUOTESBILL: Work with external advisors as a group "For our experience, where we landed on say our employment policy or our governance model, whatever else, is really not as important, in my opinion, to other people as the process, as going through the process as an ownership group, with or without management, intergeneration or not, whatever your dynamics are, going through that process as a group is, to me, more important than whether you land on, you have to work outside the business for 2 years of 5 years."BILL: A disruptive successor must drive how the succession looks like"There are literally an infinite number of ways that succeeding generations can succeed the incumbent generation, but of that infinite number of ways, the only one I can say with certainty that will not work is one that the incumbent generation designs for the succeeding generation. That succeeding generation has to not just participate but has to drive what that succession process looks like."Connect with Bill and get his book with the following links:About BillWebsite (Personal)Website (Company)If you enjoyed today's episode, please subscribe, review and share with a friend who would benefit from the message. If you're interested in picking up a copy of Jonathan Goldhill's book, Disruptive Successor, go to the website at www.DisruptiveSuccessor.com
On this episode of The Marketer's Journey, I interview Amanda Bird Malko, CMO at G2, a software marketplace that reaches more than 60 million software buyers each year. Amanda discusses the importance of bringing teams and various stakeholders together to work towards one shared vision. She offers tangible and tactical tips for breaking down the silos among various teams like marketing, engineering and product so everyone can work together more symbiotically. Check out this and other episodes of The Marketer's Journey on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts!Key takeaways from this episode:Marketing is a blend of sales and creativity. Amanda mentioned that she was initially drawn to the marketing world because it lies at the intersection of creative selling and achieving tangible business results. In particular, she's passionate about the art of creative persuasion combined with generating revenue in a way that provides maximum value to the customer.Building a brand that benefits all stakeholders within an ecosystem is challenging but worth it. Amanda said that one of the main aspects that attracted her to her role at G2 was the complexity of the ecosystem and the many stakeholders that were involved in the process. To truly benefit all parties within the ecosystem, Amanda and her team work on creating “flywheels” or “growth loops” that leverage one another to build connections and keep the momentum going across the business.Build trust. Whether you're buying something on Amazon or investing in expensive software, Amanda believes that buyers are becoming increasingly empowered by leveraging the voices of peers and people they trust—all through a frictionless customer experience. In other words, there's never been a better time to build a trusted brand and offer a credible source of information in a competitive marketplace. Learn more about G2 here: https://www.g2.com/ Learn more about Amanda here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisa-hart-campbell/
The Business Power Hour with Deb Krier
As CEO of Boltive, Dan Frechtling works to secure brands against invasive media. Dan has led B2B SaaS businesses since 1999. Prior to Boltive, he was President of G2 Web Services, acquired by Verisk, where he expanded G2's cyber security solutions to detect brand damaging activity and transaction laundering. He was also GM/VP at Hibu, VP at Stamps.com and Sr. Associate for McKinsey. He has an MBA with Distinction from Harvard Business School and a BS with High Honors from Northwestern University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Official SaaStr Podcast: SaaS | Founders | Investors
SaaStr CEO Jason Lemkin recently moderated a session with 3 of the best investing in SaaS: Doug Pepper, GP at Iconiq, Arun Mathew, GP at Accel, and Alex Kayyal, VP and head of all of Salesforce Ventures. The four deep-dive on the real state of venture capital today and into 2023. This podcast was recorded live during G2's digital reach event. Check out the rest of the sessions over at Reach.G2.com This episode is an excerpt from the session. Watch the full video: https://youtu.be/hTvNqr395nY Want to join the SaaStr community? We're the
Musician, Lawyer, and President of one of the nation's premier RIA firms, David Canter, is focused on positioning Bluespring Wealth Partners as one of the premiere acquirers in the industry. He is very hands-on with operations, including overseeing day-to-day operations and identifying new areas of opportunity and growth. David has worked himself up the ladder in the space, previously serving as Executive Vice President and Head of the RIA segment for Fidelity Clearing & Custody Solutions and now serving as President of Bluespring Wealth Partners. David has worked on many sides of the RIA space, including custody, and now acquiring, but, as most stories go, working in the RIA space wasn't his life-long passion. Without question, he had his sights set on the entertainment industry. He based his life around going into the entertainment industry – training at one point as an actor – and has a love of music and playing his guitar. Breaking into the entertainment industry is hard; beyond acting as an extra, he found that the work just wasn't there. He quickly had to realize that there were other avenues he could take to make money, while still keeping the arts as a deeply held passion. Once he made the decision to focus himself elsewhere, David was drawn to law. The lure of the courtroom was undeniable to David, and he went on to pursue a Juris Doctorate from the University of Baltimore. He loved the courtroom and trial-work, and currently holds his FNRA Series 24 license and is a California State Bar member. THE BLUESPRING ATTRACTION David has been a jack of all trades in the best way possible, but what attracted him to Bluespring Wealth Partners after nearly three decades in the RIA space is simple: He wanted a new challenge. He wanted to find a place that met his self-evaluations for a new challenge after 12+ years at another firm. He found Bluespring's platform very appealing. That platform is based on: Helping people, helping investors specifically Welcoming entrepreneurs Allowing entrepreneurs to continue to be entrepreneurs Doing good with the education and powers they have For David, Bluespring Wealth Partners wasn't just a challenge, but a fitting piece to the next chapter in his career. It allows him to be entrepreneurial, but simultaneously intrapreneurial. This balance allows David many freedoms he wouldn't otherwise have, and a chance to build the company into something new. It is now a 29-firm platform spanning 16 states – and growing. The firm will do 9 acquisitions by the end of 2022, but not just for the sake of acquisitioning. Their acquisition plan is focused on solving the problems of their “partner firms”, as they call their network of firms. AN INFORMED CHOICE In the RIA space, there are many choices an investor can make just to get to the starting line. David believes in choice, and not merely having choice, but having informed choice. David understands that Bluespring Wealth Partners isn't going to be the perfect choice for everyone, however he wants the DealQuest listeners to know what Bluespring does. Bluespring Wealth Partners can be best described as a practice management consultancy at its core that happens to be in the strategic M&A space. It is the responsibility of practice management consultants to assist offices and firms with improving efficiency within their workplace and in their business operations. That's the bulk of Bluespring Wealth Partners' approach: Addressing problems with their acquired “partner firms” and problem-solving efficiency via the network of firms under Bluespring. ONE SIZE DOES NOT FIT ALL Two of the most commonly used words in the RIA space are “aggregator” and “integrator”. Many firms operate either pure aggregator or pure integrator, however, there are a number of firms that pick elements of either model to formulate their perfect model. There is a reason all these models exist, and that's simply because no singular model works for every firm, entrepreneur, client, or investor. Again, choice plays a vital role in decision for the model under which Bluespring operates. The choices David lay out are: Choice 1: Do nothing. Keep on moving forward as you always have, and hopefully filling your career. Choice 2: De-risk. For example: A firm has a retiring partner, so to pull some capital, they find a minority interest. Not take control, but merely provide some capital. Choice 3: Find a pure capital partner. For example: They buy 50%+, and you obtain a capital partner that's not going to provide other shared services or contributions aside from bulk capital. Choice 4: Entrepreneurial model (A.K.A.: aggregation model). Keep your brand and the acquiring company will take at minimum 51% interest in your firm and build a flexible deal structure. By doing this, the focus is preserving the entrepreneurial model and providing various services to help propel your firm forward into growth within the network of acquired firms. Choice 5: Subsume into another brand (more commonly known as integration model). You become the larger brand, forgoing your independent brand identity for the growth of the whole institution. The larger firm will guide the smaller acquired firms in their business activities, but the goal of the smaller firms is to continue looking after their clients. Choice 6: Internal succession to a G2. David notes that in their initial research for founding Bluespring, they found that founders mostly prefer this route;however, the biggest obstacle is finding the capital. G2s would say they would like to pay out of cash flow, but ultimately, it's the entrepreneur taking the risk and it's their cash flow that will fund that transition. Choice 7: A combination of all of the above. Choosing the aspects of all the available models to build a Frankenstein model that works best for your goals, your future, and what you want to do with your firm. These seven choices on how to proceed is what allows a firm to formulate how they're going to move forward with their M&A deals. Bluespring Wealth Partners primarily functions as Choice 4, the Entrepreneurial Model, while recognizing the benefits of all models, opting to borrow practices from other models to give their entrepreneurs the best of all worlds, and allowing over half of their firms to be standalone RIAs. Keep their brand (For example: Capital Planning, A Bluespring Wealth Partner) Keep their own ADV Keep their client experience Bluespring provides capital A sister company Kestra Financial wherein some of their firms they've bought it on that chasse THE VALUE BLUESPRING BRINGS David affirms there are about 90% of opportunities that cross their path that they do not take. Bluespring is very transparent with those opportunities as to why they pass. By being particular in the opportunities they take, Bluespring has built an elite and strong network of firms. Offering immense value to the firms that Bluespring acquires. One attribute of Bluespring's consultancy is that even when they pass on an opportunity, they're offering their consultancy to these firms to help them better grow, irrespective of Bluespring choosing to bring them into their network or not. Bluespring's consulting really begins long before they even decide to enter into a transaction. If Bluespring does go forward with a transaction, there's a lot of due diligence they do by way of taking a consultative approach to how they're going to do business together, and how they're going to structure transactions so the right benefits, incentives, and horizons can be found. Once a firm enters their network, they provide an array of resources to help their community network grow: A business consulting group Marketing assessments Large technology infrastructure An M&A team to help with sub-acquisitions Access to capital, backed by two private equity firms -- majority-owned by Warburg Pincus, and Oak Hill Capital Offering a training program for G2s: The G2 Successor Academy, a simulated 2-year course wherein G2s are educated and trained through guest lecturers, peer study, etc. CHOOSING WHAT WORKS FOR YOUR SUCCESS There is a reason why there are so many various models and combinations of models. At the end of the day, choosing your model is about you and your goals. With Bluespring, David ultimately wants to operate as a culture-driven community. Allowing their acquisitions to remain primarily autonomous, while gaining the support of Bluespring and their resources. There is no one superior model, however each firm will always believe they've found the key to making a successful business. That is true in a lot of ways because success is very abstract; they are successful because their model works for them, not because they have the superior model. Reviewing choices, building a model for their needs and goals, and understanding what opportunities should be taken and those that shouldn't, are all keys to making Bluespring's model work successfully. They will be some of the keys to help build your success, as well. • • • For my full discussion with David Canter, and more on the topic:Listen to the Full DealQuest Podcast Episode Here • • • FOR MORE ON DAVID CANTER AND BLUESPRING WEALTH PARTNERS:https://www.bluespringwealth.com/advisor/why-bluespring Corey Kupfer is an expert strategist, negotiator, and dealmaker. He has more than 35 years of professional deal-making and negotiating experience. Corey is a successful entrepreneur, attorney, consultant, author, and professional speaker. He is deeply passionate about deal-driven growth. He is also the creator and host of the DealQuest Podcast. If you want to find out how deal-ready you are, take the Deal-Ready Assessment today!
白紙革命在全球遍地開花，各階層群起抗議，中國民眾政治覺醒喊出「習近平下台」，此時驚傳江澤民死訊，追悼大會可能演變為群眾運動的藉口？習近平在２０大反覆強調「鬥爭」、「中國式現代化」，只是想建立朝貢體制？美國對台灣戰略模糊趨向清晰，對中國採取強硬立場，已是美國跨黨派共識，中共將更承受不起犯台代價! 習近平所謂的「中華民族復興」之日，就是中共垮台之時！精彩訪談內容，請鎖定@華視三國演議！ 本集來賓：#余茂春 #矢板明夫 主持人：#汪浩 以上言論不代表本台立場 #白紙革命 #習近平 #戰略清晰 #江澤民 電視播出時間
Welcome to the Alternative Data Podcast, powered by CFM. I'm Mark Fleming-Williams.In this episode I speak to Sean Saint of G2, the provider of alternative data around the tech sector.In our conversation, Sean and I discuss G2's primary business as a centre for reviews about B2B tech products, and how this has turned into a useful dataset for investors in the technology space.If you have a dataset that might be of interest for the podcast, please get in touch. DISCLAIMERThis podcast is an edited recording of an interview with Sean Saint recorded in September 2022. The views and opinions expressed in this interview are those of Sean Saint and Mark Fleming-Williams and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of either CFM or any of its affiliates. The information provided herein is general information only and does not constitute investment or other advice. Any statements regarding market events, future events or other similar statements constitute only subjective views, are based upon expectations or beliefs, involve inherent risks and uncertainties and should therefore not be relied on. Future evidence and actual results could differ materially from those set forth, contemplated by or underlying these statements. In light of these risks and uncertainties, there can be no assurance that these statements are or will prove to be accurate or complete in any way. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Investor Relations Real Estate Podcast
In this episode, Jonny talks to the Co-Founder of Innago, Dave Spooner. Innago was named the #1 best property management software in terms of ease of use and overall rating by G2. Innago provides easy-to-use management tools for small-to-mid-sized landlords and focuses on always serving their customers with personal, dependable service and simple, effective features.They discuss1. How he started Innago2. Their property management software, Innago, and how it works3. Their future integrations to InnagoDave Spooner is a co-founder of Innago, a property management software designed to simplify life for small to mid-sized landlords. He has been involved in the real estate technology space since 2013, working to enhance the way landlords and tenants communicate. In addition to his expertise in content marketing, Dave utilizes his experience with entrepreneurship and management to help landlords achieve sustained success.Learn more about Dave:Website: https://innago.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dave-spooner-a9a54762/Email: email@example.comConnect with Jonny!Cattani Capital Group: https://cattanicapitalgroup.com/Invest with us: firstname.lastname@example.orgLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathan-cattani-53159b179Jonny's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jonnycattani/IRR Podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theirrpodcast/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@jonnycattaniYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCljEz4pq_paQ9keABhJzt0AFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.cattani.1
Every week on Demand Gen Visionaries we sit down with marketing leaders from some of the world's largest and fastest-growing companies to uncover the demand gen strategies that have been fundamental to their skyrocketing success.In each episode, we ask our marketing-leader guests which three areas of investment are most important to their demand gen initiatives. Tune into this special mini-series to hear the budget items our CMO guests can't live without!Find parts: one, two, three, four, five six & seven---Episode Timestamps: Part seven of this special mini-series features 10 CMOs and marketing leaders from some of the world's fastest-growing companies, including:*(02:07) Dylan Steel, CMO of Coalition*(03:56) Chris Lynch, CMO of MindTickle*(04:47) Marie Hillion, Head of marketing at Livestorm*(06:25) Dan Verley, SVP of Sales Workplace Technologies at Canon Solutions America*(10:18) Cindy Knezevich, SVP of Brand and Communications at SalesLoft*(12:48) Micheline Nijmeh, CMO at JFrog*(14:53) Ryan Bonnici, CMO at Gympass *(16:37) Palmer Houchins, VP of Brand Marketing & Communications at G2*(17:55) Rich Donahue, CMO of IBotta *(20:38) Maria Pergolino, CMO of ActiveCampaign---Quotes:“Data can get you really helpful insights and tell you if you're way off base, but sometimes magic is figuring out the combination of what your customer says they want and what's aligned to their value, how much you have to shift their perception and change their mindset of what your product can be and can do and then find the sweet spot.” - Dylan Steele, CMO of Coalition Inc.People respond well to strong storytelling, no matter if you're in a consumer context or you're in a B2B context because even in B2B, there are people making decisions.” - Chris Lynch, CMO of Mindtickle“Adapt and try to not have the same approach, not only the language but also try to adapt to the mindsets of the region, the countries that you're going to enter in and you're going to target.” - Marie Hillion, Head of Marketing, Livestorm"Marketing is an invaluable tool and partner. When done well and when paired well, and we all consider the needs of the organization and what role we each play, it's really a powerful tandem when you go to market if things are aligned." - Dan Verley, SVP of Sales, Canon Solutions America"Brand is who you are, product marketing and demand gen is what you do. And so those two things work really well together when they're aligned, when they're not aligned, it can be pretty painful." - Cindy Knezevich, SVP of Brand and Communications, SalesloftThere's an old saying, the content is king and there's a reason for it. Organic search is all about content, same with paid search, but organic much more so, and the nurture you're building to get them to engage with you. - Micheline Nijmeh, CMO, JFrog“I think at the end of the day, the most important thing with your content investments is to invest in creating really good content.” - Ryan Bonnici CMO, Gympass“We're going to go to market with both a seller and buyer campaign, and this is where the brand becomes sort of a glue, we make sure that the way that we're presenting ourselves is cohesive.” -Palmer Houchins, VP of Brand Marketing & Communications at G2“You have to trust that you're hitting the audience the right way and you're getting your message there the right way. We want to be the right message, we want to be with the right partners and that's true of any influencer, right? As long as you have the right partner it's probably going to be a really good partnership”. - Rich Donahue, CMO of IBotta “ It has to be a mission that you stand behind and it has to be something you can differentiate. There are many products out there in the world that like you can't tell the difference between two of them, and if you can't, it's then really hard to differentiate. It's really hard to do great marketing, you have to choose an opportunity where you feel like you can do something with your skill, with that marketing.” - Maria Pergolino, CMO of ActiveCampaign---SponsorDemand Gen Visionaries is brought to you by Qualified.com, the #1 Conversational Marketing platform for companies that use Salesforce and the secret weapon for Demand Gen pros. The world's leading enterprise brands trust Qualified to instantly meet with buyers, right on their website, and maximize sales pipeline. Visit Qualified.com to learn more.---LinksFollow Ian on TwitterConnect with Ian on LinkedInCaspian Studios
Joel ‘King Bau' Bauman (https://www.flowcode.com/page/kingbau) is a professional mixed martial artist, musician, comedian, and advocate for children. He made headlines this year by trolling media in order to bring attention to his efforts in eradicating childhood malnutrition, and then again when he called out Jimmy Kimmel for appearing on the infamous “Epstein List”. Tonight we'll talk about the raising of consciousness and the fight for the future of humanity. In the second half we take some calls, laugh at Justin Trudeau getting completely discarded at the G2, and then some last-minute thoughts on Trump declaring his 2024 candidacy. Watch/Subscribe on Rumble: https://rumble.com/v1uz1xy-the-jimmy-kimmel-challenge-ft.-joel-king-bau-bauman-111622.html Support Our Proud Sponsors: Blue Monster Prep: An Online Superstore for Emergency Preparedness Gear (Storable Food, Water, Filters, Radios, MEDICAL SUPPLIES, and so much more). Use code 'FRANKLY' for Free Shipping on every purchase you make @ https://bluemonsterprep.com/ Secret Nature CBD: 100% organic CBD rich cannabis flower bred so low in THC that they are legally certified as hemp and can be shipped nationwide. High-CBD, low-THC means all the benefits of full spectrum cannabinoids and terpenes without the high, or negative effects like anxiety and paranoia. Pre-rolls, Oils, Tinctures, and more - Promo Code 'FRANKLY' at SecretNatureCBD.com for 20% OFF SUPPORT the Show and New Media: Sponsor through QFTV: https://www.quitefrankly.tv/sponsor SubscribeStar: https://www.subscribestar.com/quitefrankly One-Time Gift: http://www.paypal.me/QuiteFranklyLive Official QF Merch: https://bit.ly/3tOgRsV Sign up for the Free Mailing List: https://bit.ly/3frUdOj Send Crypto: BTC: 1EafWUDPHY6y6HQNBjZ4kLWzQJFnE5k9PK LTC: LRs6my7scMxpTD5j7i8WkgBgxpbjXABYXX ETH: 0x80cd26f708815003F11Bd99310a47069320641fC FULL Episodes On Demand: Spotify: https://spoti.fi/301gcES iTunes: http://apple.co/2dMURMq Amazon: https://amzn.to/3afgEXZ SoundCloud: http://bit.ly/2dTMD13 Google Play: https://bit.ly/2SMi1SF Stitcher: https://bit.ly/2tI5THI BitChute: https://bit.ly/2vNSMFq Rumble: https://bit.ly/31h2HUg Watch Live On: QuiteFrankly.tv (Powered by Foxhole) DLive: https://bit.ly/2In9ipw Rokfin: https://bit.ly/3rjrh4q Twitch: https://bit.ly/2TGAeB6 YouTube: https://bit.ly/2exPzj4 CloutHub: https://bit.ly/37uzr0o Theta: https://bit.ly/3v62oIw Rumble: https://bit.ly/31h2HUg How Else to Find Us: Official WebSite: http://www.QuiteFrankly.tv Official Forum: https://bit.ly/3SToJFJ Official Telegram: https://t.me/quitefranklytv DISCORD Hangout: https://bit.ly/2FpkS11 Twitter: @PoliticalOrgy Gab: @QuiteFrankly Truth Social: @QuiteFrankly GETTR: @QuiteFrankly
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In this episode G1 & G2 strike off to New York for the weekend to chase some honkers with the guys from Triptik Outdoors. They talk about their hunts while up there and just how Jake (Triptik Outdoors) and his crew got their start. They also discuss what it takes and the process to building a hunting crew and how it plays into the success of their hunts.
In this episode, Phillip Lanos and Jason Miller are joined by Mandy McEwen, Founder, and CEO of Mod Girl Marketing. Mandy McEwen, is a renowned speaker, trainer, content creator, and podcaster, Mandy has been named a Top 24 B2B Marketer by LinkedIn and a Top 20 Female Marketer by G2. Mandy and her world-class team increase social selling revenues for enterprise teams using LinkedIn and email.Tune in to learn more!Connect:Strategic Advisor Board: www.linkedin.com/company/strategic-advisor-boardJason Miller: www.linkedin.com/in/jasontmiller-sabPhillip Lanos: www.linkedin.com/in/philliplanosMandy McEwenLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/mandymcewenWebsite: www.modgirlmarketing.com / www.luminetics.io/home
November is finally here!!! This episode I cover my morning Halloween hunt and trick or treating tonight. I also cover my plans for tommorrow morning. im going to hunt a pinch point working back into doe bedding in the morning. Going after the bent G2 buck or the Great 8. I called my good friend Tony from 33Oh Archery to see how his hunting has been in Ohio.