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ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global
How discussions of stakeholder capitalism have evolved at Davos

ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 23:43


The annual Davos summit just ended, and one of the topics of discussion at this World Economic Forum event was stakeholder capitalism. In simple terms, stakeholder capitalism is the idea that companies are responsible to a wide range of stakeholders, including their customers, employees, suppliers and communities, as well as their shareholders. A few years ago, this was a big topic at Davos as the World Economic Forum helped develop a set of “Stakeholder Capitalism Metrics” to offer companies universal, comparable disclosures focused on people, planet, prosperity and governance.  In this episode of the ESG Insider podcast, we look at how discussions of stakeholder capitalism are evolving.   "It's not going away — if anything, our community of companies committed to this is growing," says Emily Bayley, the World Economic Forum's project lead for ESG. "We're starting to see companies not just talking and making commitments, but actually putting steps forward into action."  In the episode we also speak to Suz Mac Cormac, a partner at law firm Morrison Foerster, where she co-chairs the ESG, Social Enterprise + Impact Investing and Energy practices. “Stakeholder capitalism is here to stay,” Suz tells us.   We'd love to hear from you. To give us feedback on this episode or share ideas for future episodes, please contact hosts Lindsey Hall (lindsey.hall@spglobal.com) and Esther Whieldon (esther.whieldon@spglobal.com).   Copyright ©2023 by S&P Global   DISCLAIMER    By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast. The information, opinions, and recommendations presented in this Podcast are for general information only and any reliance on the information provided in this Podcast is done at your own risk. This Podcast should not be considered professional advice. Unless specifically stated otherwise, S&P GLOBAL does not endorse, approve, recommend, or certify any information, product, process, service, or organization presented or mentioned in this Podcast, and information from this Podcast should not be referenced in any way to imply such approval or endorsement. The third party materials or content of any third party site referenced in this Podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of S&P GLOBAL. S&P GLOBAL assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this Podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. Moreover, S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty that this Podcast, or the server that makes it available, is free of viruses, worms, or other elements or codes that manifest contaminating or destructive properties.   S&P GLOBAL EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST.

SLP Nerdcast
[Revisit] Service Delivery Models: Direct Service, Indirect Service, and Workload

SLP Nerdcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 65:46


This episode is a rerun of a previous episode originally published on July 27th, 2020.Get .1 ASHA CEU hereSpeech Language Pathology: Continuing Education Courses by SLP Nerdcast Course Title: Service Delivery Models: Direct Service, Indirect Service, and WorkloadEarning Speech-Language Pathology CEUs Online is Simplified with SLP Nerdcast. On SLP Nerdcast you'll find SLP Continuing Education Courses, Masterclasses and Clinical Resources. To learn more about our services visit ▶ https://bit.ly/SLPNERDCAST To learn more about our membership and save 10% on your first year of membership visit ▶ https://bit.ly/SLPNerdcastMembership use code “YouTubeNerd” to save.

ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global
How the price tag on US climate-related disasters hit $165 billion in 2022

ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 21:52


In 2022, the world experienced major climate-related disasters ranging from flooding and hurricanes to drought and extreme heatwaves. Moreover, 2022 was the sixth-warmest year on record, according to scientists at the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA.  NOAA just issued its annual report on climate trends in the U.S. for 2022, which includes a review of the major climate-driven weather events that each cost at least $1 billion. NOAA reported 18 separate billion-dollar weather events that collectively cost more than $165 billion — the third-highest tally since 1980 — and resulted in hundreds of deaths.   To learn more about NOAA's findings and the high price of climate-related disasters, in this episode of the ESG Insider podcast we talk with scientists from NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information, or NCEI. They are Karin Gleason, NCEI's chief of climate monitoring, and Adam Smith, an applied climatologist at NCEI.  "Much of the world operates on a 20th-century infrastructure and economy, but now we're living in a 21st-century climate. And so the inefficiencies of those two realities are becoming more clear as we move into the future," Adam tells us.  "We have our work cut out for us to better mitigate against future damages that we know will continue," he says.  We'd love to hear from you. To give us feedback on this episode or share ideas for future episodes, please contact hosts Lindsey Hall (lindsey.hall@spglobal.com) and Esther Whieldon (esther.whieldon@spglobal.com).    Photo source: Getty Images    Copyright ©2023 by S&P Global    DISCLAIMER     By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast. The information, opinions, and recommendations presented in this Podcast are for general information only and any reliance on the information provided in this Podcast is done at your own risk. This Podcast should not be considered professional advice. Unless specifically stated otherwise, S&P GLOBAL does not endorse, approve, recommend, or certify any information, product, process, service, or organization presented or mentioned in this Podcast, and information from this Podcast should not be referenced in any way to imply such approval or endorsement. The third party materials or content of any third party site referenced in this Podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of S&P GLOBAL. S&P GLOBAL assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this Podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. Moreover, S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty that this Podcast, or the server that makes it available, is free of viruses, worms, or other elements or codes that manifest contaminating or destructive properties. S&P GLOBAL EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST.

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies
Amerigo Resources (TSX: ARG) (OTCQX: ARREF): Copper Producer without a Copper Mine

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 40:29


My guest on the show today is Aurora Davidson, President and CEO of Amerigo Resources Ltd. (TSX: ARG) / (OTCQX: ARREF). Amerigo is an innovative copper producer with a long-term relationship with Corporación Nacional del Cobre de Chile (“Codelco”), the world's largest copper producer. Amerigo produces copper concentrate and molybdenum concentrate as a by-product at the MVC operation in Chile by processing fresh and historic tailings from Codelco's El Teniente mine, the world's largest underground copper mine. Despite the copper price being down from it's all-time high in late February 2022, copper has been back to 2011 levels and consistently been above $4 since 2021. In a Reuters column published on January 17, titled, "Funds jump back into copper, betting on Chinese recovery", writer Andy Home states, "Investors played copper from the short side for much of last year, if they were prepared to engage at all. Rolling lockdowns in China, an energy crisis in Europe and aggressive rate hikes in the United States were all good reasons to give Doctor Copper a wide berth. The funds' sudden return is a sign that many are betting on a much sunnier outlook."   Amerigo also just announced on January 17, 2023 their 2022 production results that came in above guidance, as well as provided their guidance for 2023. With all the news around copper right now, I invited on Aurora Davidson to discuss that, and: Amerigo's business model, and how they are copper producer without owning an actual copper mine Working exclusively with Codelco and what that means for their business and future growth potential Geopolitical risks working in Chile, and; Her vision for the company in 3-5 years With that, please enjoy my conversation with Aurora Davidson, President and CEO of Amerigo Resources. For more information about Amerigo Resources, please visit: http://www.amerigoresources.com/    Today's episode is sponsored by: Socialsuite takes the complexity out of Environmental, Social, and Governance or ESG reporting. Socialsuite helps organizations to measure, monitor and report on their progress to create value through ESG in order to raise capital, improve brand and reputation, as well as mitigate risk. Socialsuite's software platform makes ESG reporting fast, simple and affordable. Companies can start building a baseline report in under 60 minutes and start reporting publicly within 30 days. Start your ESG journey - today. Visit https://www.socialsuitehq.com/ to learn more. This podcast was recorded and is being made available by SNN, Inc. (together with its affiliates and its and their employees, “SNN”) solely for informational purposes. SNN is not providing or undertaking to provide any financial, economic, legal, accounting, tax, or other advice in or by virtue of this podcast. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions provided in this podcast are general in nature, and such information, statements, comments, views, and opinions, and the viewing of/listening to this podcast are not intended to be and should not be construed as the provision of investment advice by SNN. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast do not constitute and should not be construed as an offer to buy or sell any securities or to make or consider any investment or other course of action. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast (including by guest speakers who are not officers, employees, or agents of SNN) are not necessarily those of SNN and may not be current. Reference to any specific third-party entity, product, service, materials, or content does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the SNN. SNN assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. The views expressed by guest speakers are their own and their appearance on this podcast does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. SNN does not make any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of any of the information, statements, comments, views, or opinions contained in this podcast, which may include forward-looking statements where actual results may differ materially. SNN does not undertake any obligation whatsoever to provide any form of update, amendment, change, or correction to any of the information, statements, comments, views or opinions set forth in this podcast. SNN EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. By accessing this podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this podcast, are the property of SNN, or used by SNN with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this podcast may save and use information contained in the podcast only for personal or other non-commercial educational purposes. No other use, including without limitation, reproduction, retransmission, or editing of this podcast may be made without the prior written consent of SNN.

We Chat Divorce Podcast
69. Avoid Costly Tax Penalties & Protect Retirement Savings In Divorce

We Chat Divorce Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 21:49


Ready to make sure your retirement, 401k, and Roth accounts are properly set up during a divorce? Tune in this week for our episode as we cover the costly mistakes you'll want to avoid, and how taxes factor into all of it. We chat about everything from avoiding penalties that come with taking money out of funds, what needs to be considered before signing any agreements - even down to correctly calculating assets. Don't miss out on making sure you have peace-of-mind when it comes to divorce decisions involving your retirement accounts. Connect with us on social media: Facebook Instagram TikTok  Listen to more podcast episodes, read our divorce blog, and join our free divorce support group at mydivorcesolution.com.   The We Chat Divorce podcast (hereinafter referred to as the “WCD”) represents the opinions of Catherine Shanahan, Karen Chellew, and their guests to the show. WCD should not be considered professional or legal advice. The content here is for informational purposes only. Views and opinions expressed on WCD are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. WCD should not be used in any legal capacity whatsoever. Listeners should contact their attorney to obtain advice with respect to any particular legal matter. No listener should act or refrain from acting on the basis of information on WCD without first seeking legal advice from counsel in the relevant jurisdiction. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on WCD. Unless specifically stated otherwise, Catherine Shanahan and Karen Chellew do not endorse, approve, recommend, or certify any information, product, process, service, or organization presented or mentioned on WCD, and information from this podcast should not be referenced in any way to imply such approval or endorsement. The third-party materials or content of any third-party site referenced on WCD do not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of Catherine Shanahan or Karen Chellew. WCD, CATHERINE SHANAHAN, AND KAREN CHELLEW EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST.   If you would like to obtain a typed transcript of this podcast episode, please email us at hello@mydivorcesolution.com. Please be sure to include the episode name in the transcript email request. Thank you! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global
How asset managers are moving to end commodity-driven deforestation

ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 27:05


In late December 2022, nearly 200 countries at the U.N. biodiversity conference known as COP15 reached a landmark agreement for protecting and restoring nature by 2030. Deforestation was a big topic of conversation at COP15 given the importance of forests for both biodiversity and climate change.   In this episode of ESG Insider, we look at how some asset managers are addressing one of the largest drivers of forest loss, commodity-driven deforestation, which includes the clearing of forests for farming and mining.   We speak with Jan Erik Saugestad, who is the CEO of Storebrand Asset Management, Norway's largest private asset manager. And we talk with Lauren Compere, Managing Director and Head of Stewardship and Engagement at Boston Common Asset Management.   To learn more about COP15, listen to our episode here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/podcasts/on-the-ground-at-cop15-how-business-is-getting-to-grips-with-biodiversity   Read S&P Global Sustainable1's research, "Biodiversity is still a blind spot for most companies around the world," here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/insights/biodiversity-is-still-a-blind-spot-for-most-companies-around-the-world  We'd love to hear from you. To give us feedback on this episode or share ideas for future episodes, please contact hosts Lindsey Hall (lindsey.hall@spglobal.com) and Esther Whieldon (esther.whieldon@spglobal.com).    Photo source: Getty Images    Copyright ©2023 by S&P Global    DISCLAIMER     By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast. The information, opinions, and recommendations presented in this Podcast are for general information only and any reliance on the information provided in this Podcast is done at your own risk. This Podcast should not be considered professional advice. Unless specifically stated otherwise, S&P GLOBAL does not endorse, approve, recommend, or certify any information, product, process, service, or organization presented or mentioned in this Podcast, and information from this Podcast should not be referenced in any way to imply such approval or endorsement. The third party materials or content of any third party site referenced in this Podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of S&P GLOBAL. S&P GLOBAL assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this Podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. Moreover, S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty that this Podcast, or the server that makes it available, is free of viruses, worms, or other elements or codes that manifest contaminating or destructive properties.   S&P GLOBAL EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST.

ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global
Setting the stage for sustainability in 2023

ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 20:02 Very Popular


In this episode of ESG Insider, we're looking ahead to sustainability themes that will drive 2023 by revisiting our most popular episodes and some of our favorite interviews from the past year.    We'll hear from one of the world's largest banks; the Chair of the Network for Greening the Financial System, or NGFS; the Co-Chair of the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures, or TNFD; some of the scientists behind reports by the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, or IPPC; and more. To listen to full versions of the interviews highlighted in this episode, see the following links:  Listen to our April 2022 episode with Karen Fang, Global Head of Sustainable Finance at Bank of America, here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/podcasts/why-bank-of-america-says-scope-3-emissions-biggest-challenge-for-banks   Hear our March 2022 episode with Victoria Gaytan, Vice President at BlackRock Investment Stewardship, here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/podcasts/behind-the-scenes-with-blackrock-how-the-world-s-largest-asset-manager-is-engaging-with-companies   Listen to our February 2022 episode featuring Katie Schmitz Eulitt, in her role as Director of Investor Relationships at the Value Reporting Foundation, which subsequently consolidated with the IFRS, here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/podcasts/how-to-keep-pace-with-the-fast-changing-landscape-for-esg-regulation-standards   Check out our April 2022 episode featuring IPCC report contributing author John Bistline: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/podcasts/path-to-net-zero-for-energy-systems-complicated-but-feasible-ipcc-finds   You can hear our March 2022 episode featuring Dr. Edward Carr, who was a lead author of the IPCC report on climate resilient development pathways, here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/podcasts/ipcc-climate-report-warns-transformational-change-is-no-longer-optional   Listen to our December 2022 episode featuring Investor Leadership Network CEO Amy Hepburn at our first-ever ESG Insider Live event here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/podcasts/live-the-year-the-human-component-of-nature-and-climate-comes-to-the-fore   Listen to our full August 2022 episode featuring NGFS Chair Ravi Menon here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/podcasts/how-central-banks-help-combat-climate-change-an-interview-with-ngfs-chair-ravi-menon   You can hear our December 2022 episode featuring COP15 Executive Secretary and TNFD Co-Chair Elizabeth Mrema here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/podcasts/cop15-preview-what-will-make-un-s-big-biodiversity-conference-a-success   Hear the full November 2022 episode featuring Capitals Coalition CEO Mark Gough here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/podcasts/at-cop27-how-to-make-progress-in-the-face-of-uncertainty   We'd love to hear from you. To give us feedback on this episode or share ideas for future episodes, please contact hosts Lindsey Hall (lindsey.hall@spglobal.com) and Esther Whieldon (esther.whieldon@spglobal.com).   Photo source: Getty Images   Copyright ©2023 by S&P Global   DISCLAIMER    By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast. The information, opinions, and recommendations presented in this Podcast are for general information only and any reliance on the information provided in this Podcast is done at your own risk. This Podcast should not be considered professional advice. Unless specifically stated otherwise, S&P GLOBAL does not endorse, approve, recommend, or certify any information, product, process, service, or organization presented or mentioned in this Podcast, and information from this Podcast should not be referenced in any way to imply such approval or endorsement. The third party materials or content of any third party site referenced in this Podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of S&P GLOBAL. S&P GLOBAL assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this Podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. Moreover, S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty that this Podcast, or the server that makes it available, is free of viruses, worms, or other elements or codes that manifest contaminating or destructive properties.   S&P GLOBAL EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST.   

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John Lin, Portfolio Manager of China Equities, alliancebernstein discusses how investors can approach investing in China, beyond the obvious investment plays as the country reopens its economy.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies
Vicinity Motor Corp. (NASDAQ: VEV) (TSX-V: VMC): Electric Vehicle Manufacturer for Both Public and Commercial Enterprise Use

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 41:07


My guest on the show today is William Trainer, CEO, President, Director of Vicinity Motor Corp. (NASDAQ: VEV) (TSX-V: VMC). Vicinity Motor Corp. is a North American supplier of electric vehicles for both public and commercial enterprise use. The Company leverages a dealer network and close relationships with world-class manufacturing partners to supply its flagship electric, CNG and clean-diesel Vicinity buses, the VMC 1200 electric truck and a VMC Optimal-EV shuttle bus. I've known Vicinity for a long time now, since they were known as Grande West Transportation, and I invited Will on to share their journey, as well as: Recently announced $100M+ Purchase Order for 1,000 VMC 1200 Electric Trucks, and what that means for the company Diversifying their product offering beyond Electric Buses for municipalities into Electric Trucks Managing supply chain disruptions that they and most auto manufacturers experienced, and; How 2023 is all about executing their business model With that, please enjoy my conversation with William Trainer, CEO, President, Director of Vicinity Motor Corp. For more information about Vicinity Motor, please visit: https://vicinitymotorcorp.com/  Today's episode is sponsored by: Socialsuite takes the complexity out of Environmental, Social, and Governance or ESG reporting. Socialsuite helps organizations to measure, monitor and report on their progress to create value through ESG in order to raise capital, improve brand and reputation, as well as mitigate risk. Socialsuite's software platform makes ESG reporting fast, simple and affordable. Companies can start building a baseline report in under 60 minutes and start reporting publicly within 30 days. Start your ESG journey - today. Visit https://www.socialsuitehq.com/ to learn more. This podcast was recorded and is being made available by SNN, Inc. (together with its affiliates and its and their employees, “SNN”) solely for informational purposes. SNN is not providing or undertaking to provide any financial, economic, legal, accounting, tax, or other advice in or by virtue of this podcast. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions provided in this podcast are general in nature, and such information, statements, comments, views, and opinions, and the viewing of/listening to this podcast are not intended to be and should not be construed as the provision of investment advice by SNN. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast do not constitute and should not be construed as an offer to buy or sell any securities or to make or consider any investment or other course of action. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast (including by guest speakers who are not officers, employees, or agents of SNN) are not necessarily those of SNN and may not be current. Reference to any specific third-party entity, product, service, materials, or content does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the SNN. SNN assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. The views expressed by guest speakers are their own and their appearance on this podcast does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. SNN does not make any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of any of the information, statements, comments, views, or opinions contained in this podcast, which may include forward-looking statements where actual results may differ materially. SNN does not undertake any obligation whatsoever to provide any form of update, amendment, change, or correction to any of the information, statements, comments, views or opinions set forth in this podcast. SNN EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. By accessing this podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this podcast, are the property of SNN, or used by SNN with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this podcast may save and use information contained in the podcast only for personal or other non-commercial educational purposes. No other use, including without limitation, reproduction, retransmission, or editing of this podcast may be made without the prior written consent of SNN.

The Nonlinear Library
EA - Do people have a form or resources for capturing indirect interpersonal impacts? by PeterSlattery

The Nonlinear Library

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 1:51


Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: Do people have a form or resources for capturing indirect interpersonal impacts?, published by PeterSlattery on January 4, 2023 on The Effective Altruism Forum. In my experience, many EAs help and support others in the community (e.g., by giving feedback, emotional support, or making connections etc). These 'helpful EAs' often improve the impact of those who receive their help (e.g., because the receivers start new collaborations, or improve their productivity or career choice etc). I'll call this impact 'indirect interpersonal impact'. Most helpful EA's indirect interpersonal impacts are illegible (i.e., hard to capture/show). This means that many EAs who have high indirect interpersonal impact (e.g., via helping many others or being a good knowledge broker/connector etc) are undervalued relative to those who mostly focus on doing their own projects(but who may benefit from the help of many others). I think that this is probably important to address. It seems important to acknowledge and recognize the contributions of individuals who may not necessarily have a tangible output or project to show for their efforts, but may still have had a significant positive impact on others. With the above in mind, I am wondering if anyone has a form to capture indirect interpersonal impacts or similar, or some resources that they use or recommend using? I am not aware of anything which exists. I would like to either adapt or make something to use myself and share with others. I think that 80,000's evaluation model is probably the best template to work from, but I haven't investigated that yet. I'd also welcome any thoughts on the claims made above and whether they resonate or seem incorrect. Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org.

We Chat Divorce Podcast
68. Breaking Bad Habits and Forming Healthy New Ones in the New Year with Dr. Terri Absher, Health and Fitness Pro

We Chat Divorce Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 25:09


Get ready to make the best version of yourself with Dr. Terri Absher, a powerhouse of knowledge in the health and fitness world! From her companies Rebuilding Her and Next Level Health & Fitness, she's here to give us tips on how overcoming bad habits can create success both financially and physically. With a background as diverse as her credentials (Licensed PT, Certified Nutrition Coach and IFBB Bikini Pro), you don't want miss out on these wellness strategies. In this episode, we chat about: Preparing for divorce Fitness and finances Breaking bad habits, and Forming good, healthy habits Connect with us on social media: Facebook Instagram Tik tok  Listen to more podcast episodes, read our divorce blog, and join our free divorce support group at mydivorcesolution.com.   The We Chat Divorce podcast (hereinafter referred to as the “WCD”) represents the opinions of Catherine Shanahan, Karen Chellew, and their guests to the show. WCD should not be considered professional or legal advice. The content here is for informational purposes only. Views and opinions expressed on WCD are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. WCD should not be used in any legal capacity whatsoever. Listeners should contact their attorney to obtain advice with respect to any particular legal matter. No listener should act or refrain from acting on the basis of information on WCD without first seeking legal advice from counsel in the relevant jurisdiction. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on WCD. Unless specifically stated otherwise, Catherine Shanahan and Karen Chellew do not endorse, approve, recommend, or certify any information, product, process, service, or organization presented or mentioned on WCD, and information from this podcast should not be referenced in any way to imply such approval or endorsement. The third-party materials or content of any third-party site referenced on WCD do not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of Catherine Shanahan or Karen Chellew. WCD, CATHERINE SHANAHAN, AND KAREN CHELLEW EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. If you would like to obtain a typed transcript of this podcast episode, please email us at hello@mydivorcesolution.com. Please be sure to include the episode name in the transcript email request. Thank you! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Viva Learning Podcasts | DentalTalk™
The Many Benefits of Using a Long-Term C&B Provisional Material

Viva Learning Podcasts | DentalTalk™

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 10:00


Dental podcast: Welcome to DentalTalk. I'm Dr. Phil Klein. Today we'll be discussing the use of a long-term crown and bridge provisional material and why it's beneficial for your practice. Our guest is Dr. Scott Chanin, who is in private practice in Flemington, New Jersey and is on faculty at University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine.

Banking on Digital Growth
Co-Opting Community: Transforming the Indirect Lending Experience

Banking on Digital Growth

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 27:37


Community institutions are the backbone of lending for many businesses and individuals.   But when it's easier to do business with bigger banks when it comes to consumer lending, community banks and credit unions lose. Joe Ehrhardt, CEO & Founder of Teslar Software, joins the show today with incredible, concrete examples of how you can better make your small, local financial brand stack up to the big boys. Commercial loans are not the only way forward — catering to consumers can also be a path as long as you're making sure the consumer experience is modern and relevant to their needs. If your own executive board can't do your processes, neither can your customers. Join us as we discuss: - Community banking's reluctance to offer indirect loans (3:05)  - Educating consumers and local businesses on community lending (10:00) - Why financial leaders need to try their digital products (22:09) Check out these resources we mentioned during the podcast: - joe@teslarsoftware.com - Teslar Software You can find this interview and many more by subscribing to Banking on Digital Growth on Apple Podcasts, on Spotify, or here. Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Banking on Digital Growth in your favorite podcast player.  

Inside Exercise
How does exercise affect metabolism after eating with Dr Javier Gonzalez

Inside Exercise

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 72:17


Dr Glenn McConell chats with Professor Javier Gonzalez from the University of Bath. We discuss carbohydrate (CHO) metabolism at rest when fasted vs fed, during exercise when fasted vs fed and the effects of exercise on metabolism after a meal. We also discuss muscle and liver glycogen resynthesis and the effects of different types and amounts of carbohydrate. Finally, we touch on Javier's study with ketone supplementation and EPO. 0:00. Introduction 2:23. How got into exercise research 4:43. Metabolism at rest when fasted and in response to a meal 7:30. Effect of exercise on metabolism after a meal 9:15. Transient hypoglycemia during exercise after a meal (in some) 10:04. Effect of increasing amounts of glucose on blood glucose levels 12:21. Tracer studies to determine glucose turnover/flux The glucose concentration does not tell us the rate of glucose appearance and disappearance. Need tracer methodologies to determine this. 18:06. Maximum rate of CHO can ingest during exercise Glucose vs fructose etc. 20:55. Glycogen resynthesis after exercise 23:00. Indirect pathway of glucose metabolism in the liver 24:49. If exercising once per day generally don't need to maximize glycogen levels 29:23. Glucose, fructose vs normal food/meals 31:17. Generally don't need CHO loading or CHO ingestion if exercise is ~1hr 33:24. CHO backloading 35:52. Glucose spikes after eating are generally normal physiology After a meal it is normal to have a “spike” (excursion) in glucose concentrations. 38:45. Research studies using fasted vs fed individuals 40:38. Time to exhaustion vs time trials 43:34. CHO ingestion reduces liver glycogen use Is there a sensor from the liver to the brain that effects exercise performance? 46:28. Fasting, exercise intensity and CHO needs 49:03. Ingesting CHO and lactate measurements 50:50. Continuous glucose monitors 53:40. Often doesn't find what he expected to in research 55:08. What's he excited about right now? 58:35. Liver glycogenolysis vs gluconeogenesis during exercise 59:59. High exercise intensity and CHO metabolism 1:01:47. Different ways of measuring insulin sensitivity The so-called gold standard to determine insulin sensitivity is the euglycemic hyperinsulinemic clamp but it's so different to eating meals. 1:04:58. Ketones, exercise and EPO 1:07:32. Endurance athletes generally benefit from high CHO diets 1:09:04. Take home messages 1:12:08. Outro (9 seconds) Inside Exercise brings to you the who's who of exercise metabolism, exercise physiology and exercise's effects on health. With scientific rigor, these researchers discuss popular exercise topics while providing practical strategies for all. The interviewer, Emeritus Professor Glenn McConell, has an international research profile following 30 years of Exercise Metabolism research experience while at The University of Melbourne, Ball State University, Monash University, the University of Copenhagen and Victoria University. He has published over 120 peer reviewed journal articles and recently edited an Exercise Metabolism eBook written by world experts on 17 different topics (https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-94305-9). Connect with Inside Exercise and Glenn McConell at: Twitter: @Inside_exercise and @GlennMcConell1 Instagram: insideexercise Facebook: Glenn McConell LinkedIn: Glenn McConell https://www.linkedin.com/in/glenn-mcconell-83475460 ResearchGate: Glenn McConell ' Email: glenn.mcconell@gmail.com Subscribe to Inside exercise: Spotify Apple Podcasts YouTube Google Podcasts Anchor Podcast Addict

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies
AUDIO REPLAY: Stock Pitch World Cup™ - Team Canada

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 53:47


Stock Pitch World Cup™ - Team Canada hosted by Paul Andreola at the Planet MicroCap Showcase: VIRTUAL | December 6-8, 2022. Stock Pitchers: Sharon Wang, PenderFund Harold Leishman, Canaccord Genuity Ryan Irvine, Keystone Financial @RyanIrvine75 Mathieu Martin, Rivemont MicroCap Fund @espacemc Video version of the Stock Pitch World Cup™ - Team Canada, can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w16dgPQpvcM  This podcast was recorded and is being made available by SNN, Inc. (together with its affiliates and its and their employees, “SNN”) solely for informational purposes. SNN is not providing or undertaking to provide any financial, economic, legal, accounting, tax, or other advice in or by virtue of this podcast. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions provided in this podcast are general in nature, and such information, statements, comments, views, and opinions, and the viewing of/listening to this podcast are not intended to be and should not be construed as the provision of investment advice by SNN. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast do not constitute and should not be construed as an offer to buy or sell any securities or to make or consider any investment or other course of action. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast (including by guest speakers who are not officers, employees, or agents of SNN) are not necessarily those of SNN and may not be current. Reference to any specific third-party entity, product, service, materials, or content does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the SNN. SNN assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. The views expressed by guest speakers are their own and their appearance on this podcast does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. SNN does not make any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of any of the information, statements, comments, views, or opinions contained in this podcast, which may include forward-looking statements where actual results may differ materially. SNN does not undertake any obligation whatsoever to provide any form of update, amendment, change, or correction to any of the information, statements, comments, views or opinions set forth in this podcast. SNN EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. By accessing this podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this podcast, are the property of SNN, or used by SNN with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this podcast may save and use information contained in the podcast only for personal or other non-commercial educational purposes. No other use, including without limitation, reproduction, retransmission, or editing of this podcast may be made without the prior written consent of SNN.

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies
AUDIO REPLAY: Stock Pitch World Cup™ - Team USA

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 61:40


Stock Pitch World Cup™ - Team USA hosted by Maj Soueidan at the Planet MicroCap Showcase: VIRTUAL | December 6-8, 2022. Stock Pitchers: Quim Abril @AbrilQuim Jan Svenda @JanSvenda Scott Weis, Semco Capital Video version of the Stock Pitch World Cup™ - Team USA, can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rJq7o9Za1I  This podcast was recorded and is being made available by SNN, Inc. (together with its affiliates and its and their employees, “SNN”) solely for informational purposes. SNN is not providing or undertaking to provide any financial, economic, legal, accounting, tax, or other advice in or by virtue of this podcast. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions provided in this podcast are general in nature, and such information, statements, comments, views, and opinions, and the viewing of/listening to this podcast are not intended to be and should not be construed as the provision of investment advice by SNN. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast do not constitute and should not be construed as an offer to buy or sell any securities or to make or consider any investment or other course of action. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast (including by guest speakers who are not officers, employees, or agents of SNN) are not necessarily those of SNN and may not be current. Reference to any specific third-party entity, product, service, materials, or content does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the SNN. SNN assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. The views expressed by guest speakers are their own and their appearance on this podcast does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. SNN does not make any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of any of the information, statements, comments, views, or opinions contained in this podcast, which may include forward-looking statements where actual results may differ materially. SNN does not undertake any obligation whatsoever to provide any form of update, amendment, change, or correction to any of the information, statements, comments, views or opinions set forth in this podcast. SNN EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. By accessing this podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this podcast, are the property of SNN, or used by SNN with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this podcast may save and use information contained in the podcast only for personal or other non-commercial educational purposes. No other use, including without limitation, reproduction, retransmission, or editing of this podcast may be made without the prior written consent of SNN.

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies
AUDIO REPLAY: Stock Pitch World Cup™ - Team Asia

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 45:00


Stock Pitch World Cup™ - Team Asia hosted by Kelvin Seetoh at the Planet MicroCap Showcase: VIRTUAL | December 6-8, 2022. Stock Pitchers: Michael Fritzell @Fritz88 Tan Jun Hao @jhcapitall Video version of the Stock Pitch World Cup™ - Team Asia, can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Hq8qVNqGEo  This podcast was recorded and is being made available by SNN, Inc. (together with its affiliates and its and their employees, “SNN”) solely for informational purposes. SNN is not providing or undertaking to provide any financial, economic, legal, accounting, tax, or other advice in or by virtue of this podcast. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions provided in this podcast are general in nature, and such information, statements, comments, views, and opinions, and the viewing of/listening to this podcast are not intended to be and should not be construed as the provision of investment advice by SNN. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast do not constitute and should not be construed as an offer to buy or sell any securities or to make or consider any investment or other course of action. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast (including by guest speakers who are not officers, employees, or agents of SNN) are not necessarily those of SNN and may not be current. Reference to any specific third-party entity, product, service, materials, or content does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the SNN. SNN assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. The views expressed by guest speakers are their own and their appearance on this podcast does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. SNN does not make any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of any of the information, statements, comments, views, or opinions contained in this podcast, which may include forward-looking statements where actual results may differ materially. SNN does not undertake any obligation whatsoever to provide any form of update, amendment, change, or correction to any of the information, statements, comments, views or opinions set forth in this podcast. SNN EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. By accessing this podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this podcast, are the property of SNN, or used by SNN with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this podcast may save and use information contained in the podcast only for personal or other non-commercial educational purposes. No other use, including without limitation, reproduction, retransmission, or editing of this podcast may be made without the prior written consent of SNN.

Twins Talk it Up Podcast
Twins Talk it Up Episode 129: Unlock Growth with an Indirect Provider

Twins Talk it Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 42:41


Organizations understand more now than ever, the value of having flexible, scalable, and cost-effective computing power in the cloud. Reducing IT costs, accelerating innovation and security are just a few of the compelling reasons why they embark on a cloud migration journey. We are fortunate to have our friend Michael Slater, Head of Sales - Channel Marketplace for Sherweb join the program to speak about how they provide tailored support for curated cloud solutions, operations & go-to-market strategies for their clients. We touch on some of the benefits of working with Sherweb compared to directly with Microsoft. As the tech giant continues to grow, there comes a need for more specialized ‘hands on' training and focused attention, both for technical and sales training. Sherweb essentially helps leverage performance for the channel. By saying “security is not an obstacle to productivity,” Michael essentially stated how important it is to provide education around cloud security,We also ask him to speak about their own growth, their acquisitions and about understanding Microsoft's new cloud partner program. He also touches on his growth as a speaker. He might just be speaking at a Conference near you in 2023. To learn more about Michael and Sherweb, look for him on LinkedIn or visit sherweb.com/--- more ---If you are looking to learn the art of audience engagement while listening for methods to conquer speaking anxiety, deliver persuasive presentations, and close more deals, then this is the podcast for you.Twins Talk it Up is a podcast where identical twin brothers Danny Suk Brown and David Suk Brown discuss leadership communication strategies to support professionals who believe in the power of their own authentic voice. Together, we will explore tips and tools to increase both your influence and value. Along the way, let's crush some goals, deliver winning sales pitches, and enjoy some laughs.Danny Suk Brown and David Suk Brown train on speaking and presentation skills. They also share from their keynote entitled, “Identically Opposite: the Pursuit of Identity”.Support and Follow us:YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCL18KYXdzVdzEwMH8uwLf6gInstagram: @twinstalkitupInstagram: @dsbleadershipgroupTwitter: @dsbleadershipLinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/twins-talk-it-up/LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/dsbleadershipgroup/Facebook: facebook.com/TwinsTalkitUpFacebook: facebook.com/dsbleadership/Website: dsbleadershipgroup.com/TwinsTalkitUp

ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global
On the ground at COP15: How business is getting to grips with biodiversity

ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 31:04 Very Popular


The U.N. biodiversity conference known as COP15 ended earlier this week with a landmark agreement for nature, the Global Biodiversity Framework.    In this episode of ESG Insider, we unpack the big takeaways from the conference through several on-the-ground interviews in Montreal. We speak to Laurence Pessez, Global Head of Corporate Social Responsibility at the big French bank BNP Paribas. We sit down with Simon Zadek, Executive Director of NatureFinance, a nonprofit focused on advancing the place of nature in decision-making across financial and capital markets. We talk to Linda Krueger, Director of Biodiversity and Infrastructure Policy at The Nature Conservancy, a global environmental nonprofit. And we hear from Tim Christophersen, Vice President for Climate Action at global technology company Salesforce.   The business community has arrived at "the social tipping point of understanding that we cannot continue to just extract natural capital from Planet Earth without giving back," Tim tells us. And that realization is occurring "not only in the sustainability teams of companies, but in boardrooms with CEOs, with chief finance officers," Tim says. "We've never seen so much business interest in this topic." We'd love to hear from you. To give us feedback on this episode or share ideas for future episodes, please contact hosts Lindsey Hall (lindsey.hall@spglobal.com) and Esther Whieldon (esther.whieldon@spglobal.com).  Copyright © 2022 by S&P Global  DISCLAIMER  By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast. The information, opinions, and recommendations presented in this Podcast are for general information only and any reliance on the information provided in this Podcast is done at your own risk. This Podcast should not be considered professional advice. Unless specifically stated otherwise, S&P GLOBAL does not endorse, approve, recommend, or certify any information, product, process, service, or organization presented or mentioned in this Podcast, and information from this Podcast should not be referenced in any way to imply such approval or endorsement. The third party materials or content of any third party site referenced in this Podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of S&P GLOBAL. S&P GLOBAL assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this Podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. Moreover, S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty that this Podcast, or the server that makes it available, is free of viruses, worms, or other elements or codes that manifest contaminating or destructive properties.  S&P GLOBAL EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. 

Al Jazeera - Your World
Vladimir Putin accuses US of fighting "indirect war", Thousands displaced in Malaysia due to floods

Al Jazeera - Your World

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 2:17


Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies
AUDIO REPLAY: Stock Pitch World Cup™ - Team Europe

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 64:31


Stock Pitch World Cup™ - Team Europe hosted by Jason Hirschman at the Planet MicroCap Showcase: VIRTUAL | December 6-8, 2022. Stock Pitchers: Luke Wolgram @LukeWolgram Hermann Peterscheck @petershk Rukun Duggal, Chandern Capital LP Video version of the Stock Pitch World Cup™ - Team Europe, can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wleBE7HLRaU  This podcast was recorded and is being made available by SNN, Inc. (together with its affiliates and its and their employees, “SNN”) solely for informational purposes. SNN is not providing or undertaking to provide any financial, economic, legal, accounting, tax, or other advice in or by virtue of this podcast. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions provided in this podcast are general in nature, and such information, statements, comments, views, and opinions, and the viewing of/listening to this podcast are not intended to be and should not be construed as the provision of investment advice by SNN. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast do not constitute and should not be construed as an offer to buy or sell any securities or to make or consider any investment or other course of action. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast (including by guest speakers who are not officers, employees, or agents of SNN) are not necessarily those of SNN and may not be current. Reference to any specific third-party entity, product, service, materials, or content does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the SNN. SNN assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. The views expressed by guest speakers are their own and their appearance on this podcast does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. SNN does not make any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of any of the information, statements, comments, views, or opinions contained in this podcast, which may include forward-looking statements where actual results may differ materially. SNN does not undertake any obligation whatsoever to provide any form of update, amendment, change, or correction to any of the information, statements, comments, views or opinions set forth in this podcast. SNN EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. By accessing this podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this podcast, are the property of SNN, or used by SNN with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this podcast may save and use information contained in the podcast only for personal or other non-commercial educational purposes. No other use, including without limitation, reproduction, retransmission, or editing of this podcast may be made without the prior written consent of SNN.

We Chat Divorce Podcast
67. Holiday Redux: Top Tips for Divorcing a Narcissist Ex with Tracy Malone

We Chat Divorce Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 34:27


Happy Holidays from the MDS team. We're taking a short holiday break and want to re-share our most popular episode from this year. Dealing with a narcissist ex is a year round challenge, but it can be especially difficult during the holidays when time with children and gifts are all at play. As you prepare for the holiday season and divorce in the new year, here's our episode on top Tips for divorcing a narcissist with Tracy Malone. We hope you find this episode helpful, and we wish you a joyful and happy holiday season.  In this week's episode we chat with Tracy Malone, author and narcissistic abuse coach, on her strategies for protecting yourself when divorcing a narcissist! We discuss behaviors of narcissist exes and how divorcing a narcissist is different from a “typical divorce.” In this episode we chat about: Gaslighting and how narcissists can make you question your sanity  The small divorce details you should pay attention to when divorcing a narcissist  Overcoming fear and protecting your own assets when divorcing a narcissist  You can find more about Tracy: On her website On YouTube On Instagram Find more podcast episodes, divorce blogs, and our divorce community at mydivorcesolution.com. The We Chat Divorce podcast (hereinafter referred to as the “WCD”) represents the opinions of Catherine Shanahan, Karen Chellew, and their guests to the show. WCD should not be considered professional or legal advice. The content here is for informational purposes only. Views and opinions expressed on WCD are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. WCD should not be used in any legal capacity whatsoever. Listeners should contact their attorney to obtain advice with respect to any particular legal matter. No listener should act or refrain from acting on the basis of information on WCD without first seeking legal advice from counsel in the relevant jurisdiction. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on WCD. Unless specifically stated otherwise, Catherine Shanahan and Karen Chellew do not endorse, approve, recommend, or certify any information, product, process, service, or organization presented or mentioned on WCD, and information from this podcast should not be referenced in any way to imply such approval or endorsement. The third-party materials or content of any third-party site referenced on WCD do not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of Catherine Shanahan or Karen Chellew. WCD, CATHERINE SHANAHAN, AND KAREN CHELLEW EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. If you would like to obtain a typed transcript of this podcast episode, please email us at hello@mydivorcesolution.com. Please be sure to include the episode name in the transcript email request. Thank you! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies
AUDIO REPLAY: Stock Pitch World Cup™ - Team Australia

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2022 60:43


Stock Pitch World Cup™ - Team Australia hosted by Fadi Diab at the Planet MicroCap Showcase: VIRTUAL | December 6-8, 2022. Stock Pitchers: Matt Joass, Maven Funds Michael Wu, Full-time Private Investor David Pevcic, 62 Capital Video version of the Stock Pitch World Cup™ - Team Australia, can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/dLyzPBNU6Ms This podcast was recorded and is being made available by SNN, Inc. (together with its affiliates and its and their employees, “SNN”) solely for informational purposes. SNN is not providing or undertaking to provide any financial, economic, legal, accounting, tax, or other advice in or by virtue of this podcast. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions provided in this podcast are general in nature, and such information, statements, comments, views, and opinions, and the viewing of/listening to this podcast are not intended to be and should not be construed as the provision of investment advice by SNN. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast do not constitute and should not be construed as an offer to buy or sell any securities or to make or consider any investment or other course of action. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast (including by guest speakers who are not officers, employees, or agents of SNN) are not necessarily those of SNN and may not be current. Reference to any specific third-party entity, product, service, materials, or content does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the SNN. SNN assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. The views expressed by guest speakers are their own and their appearance on this podcast does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. SNN does not make any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of any of the information, statements, comments, views, or opinions contained in this podcast, which may include forward-looking statements where actual results may differ materially. SNN does not undertake any obligation whatsoever to provide any form of update, amendment, change, or correction to any of the information, statements, comments, views or opinions set forth in this podcast. SNN EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. By accessing this podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this podcast, are the property of SNN, or used by SNN with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this podcast may save and use information contained in the podcast only for personal or other non-commercial educational purposes. No other use, including without limitation, reproduction, retransmission, or editing of this podcast may be made without the prior written consent of SNN.

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies
AgriFORCE Growing Systems (NASDAQ: AGRI): Using Technology to Transform Farm Food

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 50:59


My guest on the show today is Ingo Mueller, CEO of AgriFORCE Growing Systems Ltd. (NASDAQ: AGRI). AgriFORCE Growing Systems is an AgTech company focused on the development and acquisition of crop production know-how and intellectual property augmented by advanced AgTech facilities and solutions. Looking to serve the global market, the Company's current focus is on North and Central America, Europe, and Asia. The AgriFORCE vision is to be a leader in delivering plant-based foods and products through advanced and sustainable AgTech solution platforms that make positive change in the world—from seed to table.   Agriculture technology or "AgTech" sector has garnered a lot more attention in recent years due to growing demand to feed a growing global population with entrepreneurs around the globe working tirelessly for solutions to this problem. AgriFORCE is right there in the fight, and we dive into:  AgriFORCE's technology solutions and brands GrowHOUSE facilities opportunity The company's business strategy, and; Where CEO, Ingo Mueller, would like to see the company in 3-5 years. With that, please enjoy my conversation with Ingo Mueller, CEO of AgriFORCE Growing Systems Ltd. For more information about AgriFORCE, please visit: www.agriforcegs.com   Today's episode is sponsored by: Socialsuite takes the complexity out of Environmental, Social, and Governance or ESG reporting. Socialsuite helps organizations to measure, monitor and report on their progress to create value through ESG in order to raise capital, improve brand and reputation, as well as mitigate risk. Socialsuite's software platform makes ESG reporting fast, simple and affordable. Companies can start building a baseline report in under 60 minutes and start reporting publicly within 30 days. Start your ESG journey - today. Visit https://www.socialsuitehq.com/ to learn more. This podcast was recorded and is being made available by SNN, Inc. (together with its affiliates and its and their employees, “SNN”) solely for informational purposes. SNN is not providing or undertaking to provide any financial, economic, legal, accounting, tax, or other advice in or by virtue of this podcast. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions provided in this podcast are general in nature, and such information, statements, comments, views, and opinions, and the viewing of/listening to this podcast are not intended to be and should not be construed as the provision of investment advice by SNN. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast do not constitute and should not be construed as an offer to buy or sell any securities or to make or consider any investment or other course of action. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast (including by guest speakers who are not officers, employees, or agents of SNN) are not necessarily those of SNN and may not be current. Reference to any specific third-party entity, product, service, materials, or content does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the SNN. SNN assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. The views expressed by guest speakers are their own and their appearance on this podcast does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. SNN does not make any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of any of the information, statements, comments, views, or opinions contained in this podcast, which may include forward-looking statements where actual results may differ materially. SNN does not undertake any obligation whatsoever to provide any form of update, amendment, change, or correction to any of the information, statements, comments, views or opinions set forth in this podcast. SNN EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. By accessing this podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this podcast, are the property of SNN, or used by SNN with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this podcast may save and use information contained in the podcast only for personal or other non-commercial educational purposes. No other use, including without limitation, reproduction, retransmission, or editing of this podcast may be made without the prior written consent of SNN.

Viva Learning Podcasts | DentalTalk™
Clinical Tips and Tactics for Indirect Anterior Restorations

Viva Learning Podcasts | DentalTalk™

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 14:00


Dental podcast: Welcome to DentalTalk. I'm Dr. Phil Klein. Today we'll be discussing insights and tactical tips on anterior esthetics. Hopefully we'll hear some things that will help us achieve predictable clinical results in this area. Our guest is Dr. Joseph Willardsen, who is trained and certified as a biomimetic instructor through the Alleman-Deliperi Centers for Biomimetic Dentistry. He is a founding member of Occlusion Connections training center in Las Vegas. And his practice in Las Vegas, focuses on cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry.

ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global
What recycling minerals could mean for biodiversity, energy transition goals

ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 42:33 Very Popular


Mining exploration around the world is picking up as companies seek new deposits of elements like lithium and copper to support the energy transition. Research by S&P Global Sustainable1 finds there is overlap between existing mines and exploration sites and some of the world's most important areas for biodiversity.   In this episode of the ESG Insider podcast, we explore what the mining industry is doing to reduce its impact on nature and local communities — including by recycling minerals.  To understand the industry perspective on this topic, we talk with Rohitesh Dhawan, President and CEO of the International Council on Mining and Metals. ICMM is an industry group that aims to enhance the contribution of mining and metals to sustainable development. It works with 26 of the largest mining companies in the world that collectively represent about a third of the global metals and mining industry.    To understand what kind of investments are being made in recycling critical minerals, we speak to Brian Menell, Chairman and CEO of private mining investment and operating company TechMet. Brian founded TechMet in 2017 to invest in metals needed for clean energy technologies as well as battery recycling.   And to learn more about the circular economy, we talk with Raquel Dominguez, who is the Circular Economy Policy Advocate at Earthworks. That's an environmental group that aims to protect communities and the environment from the adverse impacts of mineral and energy development while also promoting sustainable solutions such as critical minerals recycling.    Read S&P Global Sustainable1's report titled "Rocks and hard places: The complicated nexus of energy transition minerals and biodiversity" here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/insights/featured/special-editorial/rocks-and-hard-places-the-complicated-nexus-of-energy-transition-minerals-and-biodiversity     Listen to our preview of what to expect at COP15, the big UN biodiversity conference taking place in Montreal, Canada, in December, here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/podcasts/cop15-preview-what-will-make-un-s-big-biodiversity-conference-a-success  We'd love to hear from you. To give us feedback on this episode or share ideas for future episodes, please contact hosts Lindsey Hall (lindsey.hall@spglobal.com) and Esther Whieldon (esther.whieldon@spglobal.com).    Photo source: Getty Images    Copyright © 2022 by S&P Global    DISCLAIMER     By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast. The information, opinions, and recommendations presented in this Podcast are for general information only and any reliance on the information provided in this Podcast is done at your own risk. This Podcast should not be considered professional advice. Unless specifically stated otherwise, S&P GLOBAL does not endorse, approve, recommend, or certify any information, product, process, service, or organization presented or mentioned in this Podcast, and information from this Podcast should not be referenced in any way to imply such approval or endorsement. The third party materials or content of any third party site referenced in this Podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of S&P GLOBAL. S&P GLOBAL assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this Podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. Moreover, S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty that this Podcast, or the server that makes it available, is free of viruses, worms, or other elements or codes that manifest contaminating or destructive properties.   S&P GLOBAL EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. 

Stroke Alert
Stroke Alert December 2022

Stroke Alert

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 47:01


On Episode 23 of the Stroke Alert Podcast, host Dr. Negar Asdaghi highlights two articles from the December 2022 issue of Stroke: “Direct, Indirect, and Combined Extracranial-to-Intracranial Bypass for Adult Moyamoya Disease” and “Contemporary Incidence and Burden of Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis in Children of the United States.” She also interviews Drs. Koji Tanaka and Andrew Demchuk about article “Significance of Baseline Ischemic Core Volume on Stroke Outcome After EVT in Patients Age ≥75 Years.” Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         Let's start with some questions. 1) Is direct bypass better than indirect bypass in preventing the future risk of vascular events in adult patients with moyamoya disease? 2) What is the contemporary incidence of cerebral venous sinus thrombosis in the pediatric population? 3) And finally, is endovascular therapy beneficial for patients presenting with a large ischemic core? We have the answers and much more in today's podcast. You're listening to the Stroke Alert Podcast, and this is the best in Stroke. Stay with us. Welcome back to another issue of the Stroke Alert Podcast. My name is Negar Asdaghi. I'm an Associate Professor of Neurology at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and your host for the monthly Stroke Alert Podcast. In our final podcast for the year, I'm thrilled to announce that Drs. Nastajjia Krementz and Eric Goldstein have joined our podcast as assistant editors to help us cover the latest and the best in the field of cerebrovascular disorder. And together, here's our article selection to close the year. As part of our Advances in Stroke, in the article titled "Focus on Anticoagulation for Valvular Heart Disease With and Without Atrial Fibrillation," we get an update on current evidence from randomized controlled trials on the use of direct oral anticoagulants or vitamin K antagonists in patients with valvular heart disease that are mechanical valves, moderate to severe mitral stenosis, or bioprosthetic valves from the perspective of stroke physicians. What that means is that data from randomized trials was analyzed based on whether the patient had a prior history of stroke or TIA. In this review, we learned that direct oral anticoagulants may be used in patients with bioprosthetic valves who have atrial fibrillation, although DOACs have never been shown to be superior over vitamin K antagonists. We also learned that vitamin K antagonists should be used in patients with rheumatic moderate to severe mitral valve stenosis or patients with mechanical valves with or without atrial fibrillation and, of course, sometimes during the first few months after either surgical or transcatheter aortic valve replacement in patients without atrial fibrillation. And finally, patients with bioprosthetic valves without AFib don't have any other indications to be treated with anticoagulants should be treated with antiplatelet monotherapy in the long run. In a separate article in this issue of the journal, from Dr. Yang and colleagues from China, we learn about the pathophysiology of radiation-induced brain injury with special attention to radiation-induced vasculopathy. These investigators show that hyperactivity of notch signaling pathway that in normal state is essential in vascular morphogenesis and maintenance of arterial identity actually results in abnormal accumulation and disturbance of vascular smooth muscle cells, resulting in arterial muscularization and arterial dysfunction seen in radiation-induced vasculopathy. What's interesting is that inhibition of the notch signaling pathway in their study resulted not only in a measurable reduction in radiation induced vasculopathy, but also an overall improvement in radiation-induced brain injury as measured by the cognitive function of the mice exposed to radiation in their study. This study takes us a step closer to possible therapeutic options for radiation-induced vasculopathy and radiation-induced brain injury using compounds that can potentially inhibit the notch signaling pathway. As always, I encourage you to review these articles in detail in addition to listening to our podcast. For our interview today, I have a special guest who's not only a prominent researcher and a pioneer in the field of acute stroke therapies, but also, he's an experienced educator who has trained many of the current leaders in the field of vascular neurology and has been influential in shaping the careers of many vascular neurology fellows over the years. Take a listen. Dr. Andrew Demchuk:   I've had the privilege of training fellows. I've been the director since 2004, and we've trained close to 100 fellows in Calgary over 20-some years now. Really, it's frankly an honor and privilege to be able to do that. These individuals come from all over the world. They're here to dedicate themselves to learning a subspecialty really, really well, and it's just a fantastic experience to interact with them all and all their cultures to help them learn those things, and doing it in a fun, enjoyable, comprehensive way. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         And those are the words of Dr. Andrew Demchuk, who's incidentally my own vascular fellowship director as well. Andrew joins me all the way from Canada to talk about his latest paper on the very hot topic of outcomes of endovascular therapy in patients presenting with a large ischemic core. And true to form, he's accompanied by one of his current vascular fellows. The interview is definitely worth the wait after we review these two articles. Most of us have heard of the term "moyamoya." First described in Japan in 1950s, the term refers to occlusion or stenosis of the terminal portion of the internal carotid artery and is associated with dilated collateral vessels of the proximal middle cerebral artery. These collaterals have a hazy appearance on angiography resembling the puff of smoke, which is Japanese for "moyamoya." Moyamoya is categorized into two broad categories of moyamoya syndrome and moyamoya disease. Syndrome refers to the situations where the occlusion occurs due to another condition. Conditions such as Down syndrome, sickle cell disease, neurofibromatosis type one have all been recognized as associated with moyamoya syndrome. Of course, moyamoya syndrome can occur due to a secondary insult to the blood vessels, anything from radiation vasculopathy, as we reviewed earlier in the podcast, to autoimmune vasculitis, or even good old advanced intracranial atherosclerosis involving the distal ICA region can cause moyamoya syndrome. Now, in contrast to moyamoya syndrome, the term "moyamoya disease" is reserved for individuals with no vascular risk factors or known moyamoya predisposing conditions other than, of course, some potential genetic factors. The most recognized genetic association for moyamoya disease is polymorphism in the ring finger protein 213, or RNF213, gene on chromosome 17. But we also have to keep in mind that the majority of moyamoya disease patients have no identified genetic abnormalities. So, moyamoya is truly a complex condition, and the physicians have to navigate the many possible etiologies that may cause or be associated with this condition. But when it comes to treatment options, we're really limited here. Antiplatelets are generally used and have been shown to reduce mortality in both moyamoya disease and syndrome, and especially cilostazol, which is the favorite antiplatelet therapy of our own assistant editor, Eric, has been shown to be significantly associated with increased survival rate in patients with moyamoya disease. Eric really wanted me to talk about a recently published study out of Korea, which included over 9,000 patients, and that showed that patients treated with cilostazol had a better survival rate than any other antiplatelet therapies. Apart from antiplatelet therapies, medical treatment includes optimizing all other vascular risk factors, which, as we mentioned, are rarely present in this population. So, it all comes down to most cases, at some point, needing surgical treatment, with bypass surgery being the most commonly surgical intervention for this population. Three flavors of bypass are used: indirect, direct, or combination of the two. Indirect bypasses are kind of like long-term investments where the surgeon moves vascular tissue to the surface of the brain in hopes of promoting angiogenesis. Several procedures, such as performing multiple burr holes, pial synangiosis, dural inversion, or omental transposition, among other methods, are used. And broadly speaking, we can think of indirect procedures as angiogenesis-dependent methods, the effect of which takes months to recognize and, in general, are thought to be more efficacious in the pediatric population than the adult population. The direct bypass, in contrast, commonly referred to as extracranial-to-intracranial, or ECIC, bypass, is more of an immediate reward where the surgeon stitches a vessel directly from a donor extracranial branch, typically the superficial temporal artery, to a recipient artery, typically the middle cerebral artery, to provide a direct anastomosis between the two vessels. There are technical variations, of course, especially with regards to the number of donors and recipient arteries used, but essentially this method is an angiogenesis-independent method that results in a quicker revascularization, but it's unclear if this strategy is long lasting. A combination of direct and indirect bypass can also be used. So, the question is, which method is better, especially in the adult population? In this issue of the journal, in the study titled "Direct, Indirect, and Combined ECIC Bypass for Adult Moyamoya Disease," Dr. Nickalus Khan and colleagues report on a meta-analysis and systematic review of those with adult moyamoya disease who underwent either direct, indirect, or a combination bypass. The main study question was whether there's a difference in the rates of early ischemic or hemorrhagic strokes, defined as strokes occurring within 30 days of bypass, or late strokes, defined as strokes occurring after 30 days of bypass, in this population when comparing the different surgical techniques. They also compared the "favorable" outcome rate; however, this outcome was defined in each study between the various broad techniques of direct, indirect, and combined bypass. So, with that, let's take a very quick look at their methodology. They screened more than 4,000 articles and identified 143 articles for their pooled analysis, the majority of articles being from Eastern Asian-based regions, and they had close to 4,000 combined, 4,000 direct, and 4,000 indirect bypass procedures for this analysis. And they had an average follow-up of over three and a half years. So, this is a great sample size for this large, pooled analysis. But they also performed a smaller meta-analysis where they were much more stringent with article selection, excluding pediatric papers, excluding articles containing only one surgical modality, or articles with insufficient outcome data. So, for that meta-analysis, they only had 43 articles qualified and were included in that meta-analysis. So, what did they find? In the larger pooled analysis, a significant benefit in favor of both direct and combined bypass techniques were noted in reduction of early and late ischemic strokes and late intracerebral hemorrhage. Also, a higher rate of that sort of vague favorable outcome was noted with both the direct or combined methods as compared to when indirect bypass techniques were used alone. So, everything in the large, pooled analysis pointed towards the direct bypass or combined technique performing better than all indirect bypass techniques, with only one exception, which was a lower incidence of early intracerebral hemorrhage rate in indirect bypass cases. So, that's one point to keep in mind. The second point was when they compared combined techniques to direct bypass. Overall, these procedures had more or less the same outcomes with the exception that the rate of late ischemic stroke was lower in the combined group than the direct bypass group. So, this is sort of the overall summary of what they found in that large, pooled analysis. When they were much more stringent with their selection criteria, focusing on the smaller meta-analysis portion of the study, what they found was that in the short term, there were no differences in outcomes of any type of stroke between any of these methods. So, basically, people, regardless of the type of bypasses they received, did the same with regards to the risk of intracerebral hemorrhage and ischemic stroke recurrence within the first 30 days after the bypass. But for the late stroke outcomes, whether ischemic or hemorrhagic, those with indirect bypass were nearly twofold more likely to develop late stroke after 30 days compared to those who've undergone the direct bypass. A similar pattern was found comparing combined bypass versus indirect bypass, in general, beyond the 30 days, with combined bypass doing better. Comparing direct versus combined bypass showed no difference regardless of timeframe. So, in summary, overall, it appears that combined or direct bypasses may be the best surgical strategies for treatment of adult patients with moyamoya disease. This study, of course, has many limitations, as does any meta-analysis, but most importantly, the authors focused on moyamoya disease in their analysis. It is presumed, but really unclear if patients with moyamoya syndrome would respond similarly to these different techniques. So, the question is, what surgical procedure are you using at your institution for treatment of adult moyamoya disease patients? And, of course, Eric wanted me to ask if your antiplatelet of choice is cilostazol for this population, yes or no. Leave us your comments, and let us know. Venous sinus thrombosis, or CVST, is a less common form of stroke most commonly affecting women and young individuals. In our past podcast, we've covered many aspects of CVST, especially when it comes to therapy with anticoagulation, anticoagulant of choice, and duration of therapy. In the October podcast, we reviewed a systematic review and meta-analysis comparing direct oral anticoagulants to vitamin K antagonists in the adult patients with CVST. But there are many aspects of this disease that we have not yet covered. For instance, you may ask, how common is this relatively uncommon condition? In the adult population, the incidence of CVST varies depending on the age of individuals studied, and ranges between 1.3 to 2.7 per 100,000 in women between the ages of 31 to 50, which is the adult population at highest risk for this disease. But the incidence of CVST, for instance, in the pediatric population is largely unknown. Some studies suggested an incidence rate of 0.67 per 100,000 in the pediatric population. That's roughly less than half the incidence rate in young female adults, but these reports are from the 1990s and are likely very outdated. Nowadays, many of the pediatric conditions, especially infectious conditions, that can predispose children to CVST are more readily diagnosed and treated. On the other hand, we now perform a lot more imaging than 30 years ago. Our neuroimaging modalities are more accurate, so we are more likely to diagnose CVST than before. So, the question is, what is the contemporary incidence of pediatric cerebral venous sinus thrombosis? In this issue of the journal, in the study titled "Contemporary Incidence and Burden of Cerebral Venous Sinus Thrombosis in Children of the United States," Dr. Fadar Otite and colleagues conducted a retrospective analysis of the New York State Inpatient Database, or SID, from 2006 to 2018, and the National Kids Inpatient Database, referred to as KID, from 2006 to 2019, for all hospitalized CVST cases. KID is the largest publicly-available pediatric inpatient care database in the United States, containing about 3 million pediatric discharges. They included over 700 hospitalized CVST cases from the SID database and 6,100 hospitalizations from the national KID database for the current analysis. And here's what they found. Number one, in terms of significant risk factors associated with CVST, congenital circulatory system anomalies, infections, head trauma, dehydration, and anemia were amongst the top CVST risk factors in the pediatric population. So that's very good to know. Number two, in terms of presentation, seizures were the most common presentation among all pediatric age groups, with close to half of infants with CVST presenting with seizures. Number three, in terms of outcomes, the rate of mortality was twice higher in the infants group as compared to all other age groups. And finally, the overall incidence of CVST, which was the main question of the paper, in this population was 1.1 per 100,000 per year, with a peak incidence during infancy of 6.4 per 100,000 per year. Interestingly, incident admissions also increased annually by 3.8% throughout the study period, which was close to 15 years in this paper. And the national burden of hospitalization dramatically and exponentially grew during the study period. So, here are the top three points from this study. Point one: Girls included less than half of all admissions nationally and statewide, and the overall burden of CVST was higher in boys than girls. That's a dramatic difference between the pediatric and adult populations. Point two: Incidence of CVST in infants was higher than five times that of other age groups at 6.4 per 100,000 compared to overall incidence in children, which was 1.1 per 100,000 people per year. Mortality was also two times higher in infants than in any other age group. And finally, point 3, incident admissions and national burden of hospitalization have dramatically increased over time, but it remains unclear whether true incidence has been on the rise or if simply more cases are recognized nowadays due to heightened awareness of this condition and our advanced neuroimaging capabilities. This study, of course, has some limitations. Data was only obtained on patients admitted, so many patients that may have had CVST but not admitted are not captured in this database. So, in summary, CVST can have catastrophic consequences in children and lead to long-term neurological deficits. Having a high clinical suspicion and early recognition remain crucial for prompt treatment and improved outcomes in this population. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         Endovascular treatment, or EVT, is an effective method to achieve recanalization and to improve clinical outcomes in ischemic stroke patients with a target vessel occlusion. Both advanced age and having a large infarct volume at the time of presentation are negative predictors of beneficial outcomes post-EVT. Despite this, the neurological benefits of EVT seem to persist across the spectrum of age, and the same has been observed for a range of ischemic core volumes. But it's important to note that, in general, patients presenting with large ischemic core volumes were excluded from the original thrombectomy studies, and currently there's several ongoing trials to determine whether EVT is beneficial for the large core population. Now, the question that everyone is interested in answering is whether there is an actual ischemic core volume beyond which endovascular therapy is either futile or potentially even harmful, and if this magic futile core volume is the same for all patients, or does it differ depending on the age and other factors. In a previous podcast, in an interview with Dr. Osama Zaidat, we learned about that important interaction between the presenting ischemic core volume as measured by ASPECTS score and advanced age in an analysis of patients enrolled in the STRATIS registry. In that study, no one over the age of 75 achieved functional independence post-EVT if the presenting ASPECTS score was under 5 regardless of the angiographic outcomes. In that interview, we also discussed the limitations of STRATIS registry as a non-randomized, single-arm study, and the issues surrounding using ASPECTS score to define ischemic core. In today's podcast, we're going to revisit the important interaction between the presenting ischemic core volume and age while reviewing a pooled analysis of seven endovascular clinical trials in the paper titled "Significance of Baseline Ischemic Core Volume on Stroke Outcome After Endovascular Therapy in Patients Age 75 Years or Older." I'm delighted to be joined today by the first and senior authors of this paper, Drs. Koji Tanaka and Andrew Demchuk. Dr. Tanaka is an Assistant Professor of Neurology at Kyushu University in Japan. With his experience working at the leading center for conducting stroke clinical trials in Osaka, he has now joined the Calgary Stroke Program as a research fellow. And he's accompanied today by his fellowship director, Dr. Demchuk. Dr. Demchuk, of course, needs no introduction to our Stroke readership and our podcast audience. He's a Professor of Neurology at the University of Calgary Cumming School of Medicine. He's a stroke neurologist and a leader in the field of cerebrovascular research who has been involved in multiple clinical studies and randomized trials, including the seminal studies that led to the approval of EVT as the standard of care for treatment of stroke. And, of course, he's a very special guest of this podcast this morning as he was my very own fellowship director. Top of the morning to you both, Andrew and Koji. Welcome to the podcast. Dr. Andrew Demchuk:   Thanks, Negar. It's great to be here. Dr. Koji Tanaka:               Thank you very much for your invitation. That is a great honor to be here. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         Thank you both. Andrew, let's start with you. Can you please provide us some background on the pooled analysis and the HERMES collaboration, please? Dr. Andrew Demchuk:   Yeah, HERMES is a really, it's been a really fun journey. Years back, when these trials all came out roughly at the same time, right? There was a real quick succession of trials, the MR CLEAN trial was obviously first, and ESCAPE and others quickly followed it. It became very clear to us that it just made total sense to collaborate. And so we got together as a group and decided we will pool the data. We'll do it in a very careful scientific way with basically an independent statistical analysis, and develop a core imaging lab, and really actually share the workload amongst us. I remember one of the really interesting tidbits about HERMES is when we got together, in order, I think, to really build trust in the group, one of the important things we decided early was we were going to have a snake draft. If you don't know what a snake draft is, Negar, it's essentially where you take turns selecting a topic through each of the trials. So, every trialist got an opportunity to pick a topic, and we just went down the list until everyone had their turn, and then we'd start over again and do it again. And I think that really worked very well to be as democratic as possible with this, and as fair. And it really allowed for a lot to get done because whoever was motivated in the collaboration was able to do an analysis. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         So, what a great summary of this collaboration. So, it's true collaboration between the trialists that basically gave us those seven original randomized trials. Andrew, can I just stay with you, and can you tell us a little bit about the patient population that were enrolled in those trials? Dr. Andrew Demchuk:   Yeah, I think one of the important things to know, and I think a limitation for any kind of analysis like this, is the trials generally were small core trials, right? I mean there are some, MR CLEAN was certainly a more generalized population, but many other trials, including ESCAPE, I mean the "S" and the "C" in ESCAPE is "small core," right? And so a lot of these trials were small core. So, we don't have a lot of data in larger core patients. But, as you can imagine when you do core lab analysis, you realize that some of the stroke patients weren't as small core as we thought they were when we enrolled them. So, there is some sufficient data to hypothesize. I would consider this paper very much hypothesis-generating. So, yeah, it is a limitation to be considered here. I mean, our sample size isn't very large in the big core patients. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         Perfect. Thank you, Andrew. So, again, a recap for our listeners, that we are looking at pooled analysis of seven original trials of thrombectomy, but keeping in mind that those patients that were enrolled in the trials had, generally speaking, small presenting ischemic core. So, now, Koji, on to you. Can you walk us please through the current study, and what was the premise of it, and who was actually included in this study? Dr. Koji Tanaka:               Yes. In this study, we aimed to evaluate association between baseline ischemic core volume and the benefit of endovascular therapy over the best medical treatment on functional outcomes. Patients were categorized age over 75 years, and less than 75 years old. The primary outcome of interest was a modified Rankin Scale of three or less, and we included 899 patients who underwent this baseline ischemic core volume measurement, which corresponds to 51% of our patients in the HERMES collaboration dataset. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         All right. So, just a quick recap of what you said. Thank you for this. So, we have 899 patients. Those patients were all included in the HERMES collaboration, but, of course, these are patients in whom we had presenting ischemic core measurements. And that will get me, actually, Koji, to my second question. Can you please walk us through how you did analysis of ischemic core volume measurements in this study? Dr. Koji Tanaka:               In this study, ischemic core volume was measured by CT perfusion in 591 patients and by diffusion-weighted imaging in 309 patients. We defined the ischemic core volume as a relative cerebral blood flow of less than 30% in CT perfusion and diffusion coefficient of less than 620 square micrometers per second in diffusion-weighted imaging. Previous studies showed ASPECTS moderately correlate with ischemic core volume in both CT perfusion and diffusion-weighted imaging. For example, ASPECTS of eight can be considered as ischemic core volume of 20 milliliters. But underlying [inaudible 00:28:21] were different between CT perfusion and diffusion-weighted imaging, and previous studies suggested CT perfusion occasionally overestimates the ischemic core volume was on diffusion-weighted imaging. In this study, the results did not change when analyzing CT perfusion and diffusion-weighted imaging separately. Dr. Andrew Demchuk:   Yeah, that's a really important point Koji makes, is that because we had sort of a, not quite a 50/50 split, we had a 60/40 split of CTP and DWI, we did analyze them separately, and the odds ratios of treatment effect were pretty similar at different core thresholds. So, they're fairly similar when you separate them out, but obviously the methodology is a little different between a CTP and a diffusion. And to Koji's point, he's absolutely right, the CTP has a tendency to slightly overestimate core when you compare to diffusion. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         Yeah, and thank you. I think you already sort of alluded to what I was going to ask you and Koji, because, in reality, we have different ways of measuring core. We have the ASPECTS score, which is just a quick and dirty way of estimating or guesstimating core, and then we have CT perfusion, and we also have diffusion that sometimes is available to us, but not always. And the question is, in the heat of it, how we're going to measure the volume. With post-processing softwares, with CT perfusion, we get a quick potential ischemic core volume, but we don't have that capability with diffusion even if we did get diffusion. So, I think it's important to know that what Koji mentioned, an ASPECTS of eight can, more or less, in a quick fashion, be thought of as about 20 cc of core. And the other point that Koji raised was that CTP, again, this is sort of ballpark, can tend to overestimate ischemic core if you were to compare that with diffusion-weighted data. So, with that, now we have a study in which we have core volumes, and we're going to look at outcomes from endovascular thrombectomies compared to best medical management and see whether there is a correlation or interaction between ischemic core presentation, especially age. So, my next question would be to Andrew, can you walk us please through the main findings of the paper? Dr. Andrew Demchuk:   The whole goal of this paper was really to understand, are there thresholds in the older patients? When we looked at overall, and Bruce Campbell and the team wrote an important paper with HERMES and the CTP cohort overall, and the sort of message there was if you looked at shift analysis, there wasn't actually a core threshold found at all in HERMES for lack of benefit. There was a benefit across all the core volumes, but, of course, that's all ages. So, we were really interested in looking at the older patients because we felt there's more likelihood the core volume will matter in the elderly than in the younger patient. We know the younger population, it benefits overwhelmingly with EVT, it's hard to even find a core volume threshold. So, that was a premise. Essentially, we had 247 patients over 75 in the overall cohort, of which 98 had EVT. So, it was a decent population, and not a huge sample, but a decent sample. And so we looked at various things. The first thing that was interesting we found was that infarct volumes, the average infarct volume to achieve an mRS three or less, was lower in the older patients, significantly lower, was 23.9 for younger patients under 75 and 10.7 for the older patients. You tend to have much smaller infarcts to achieve good outcome. And so that was kind of interesting, and I think that's been shown by others. Then we got into the weeds to try to figure out, OK, what are these thresholds? And if there's one figure that matters, Negar, you know me to always point out that there's always one figure or table in a paper that's kind of where the money is, where the real learning is, and that's Figure 2 on this paper in my opinion, beautiful figure with four figure A, B, C, and D. And it really sort of nicely highlights these issues and these cutoffs. But what we saw is that in the older patients who received EVT, around 50 mils seemed to be a threshold to achieve zero three, you had to, to see treatment effect, you had to have a baseline infarct volume less than 50 mils for a zero three outcome advantage. For zero four, it was 85 mils. And then we looked at this issue of what we called futility, true futility. And that's a very controversial thing. What is futility, or how do you measure futility? And really, I think, we even had a debate about this as a HERMES group when we were designing the analysis, and we sort of landed on mRS five six. A 90% chance of mRS five six, right? That's quite the bar, right, to say true futility because some people argue mRS four is still not a horrible outcome. Culturally, that is an OK outcome in some situations. But when we did use that five six 90% threshold, it was 132 mils. So, you're getting up to these really large volumes. But here's the catcher in the whole thing, and Koji will probably speak to this a bit more. I don't want to steal his thunder too much, but this issue of reperfusion seemed to matter in this. And we'll come back to that maybe with another question. Reperfusion matters a lot when you think about these thresholds. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         OK, so, Andrew, a lot of information, I don't know if I need a recap myself to recap, but basically what you mentioned is that for the older patients who received EVT, if we keep our eyes on the outcome of mRS of zero to three, it seems to be the magic core volume for that outcome post-endovascular therapy that it lands on the magic volume of 50 cc core. Did I get that right? Dr. Andrew Demchuk:   That's correct. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         Then if you're still a bit more lenient with the definitions of what is favorable outcome, what outcomes we're looking at and so on, so forth, for an mRS of five to six, then when we talk about futility of endovascular thrombectomy, the volume that you mentioned, and again I want to ask you this, this volume is for elderly over the age of 75, is 130 mil. Dr. Andrew Demchuk:   132, but yeah, absolutely. But there's a real catcher here, and we need to really emphasize the catcher in this. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         Okay. I will ask you one more question before I go to Koji, which I'm sure is going to tell us more about that catcher. Andrew, can you please tell us about the factor of time? I feel like that is something that we need to discuss, as well. Your study included patients early on in their stroke onset, but we're talking about an important interaction. The question is, do you think the results of this interaction would be different or impacted by the value of time? Dr. Andrew Demchuk:   Hypothetically? It must, right? I think that that must be the case. We don't have any data specific to this. That would be an interesting Aurora analysis to do. Now, of course, the challenge with late window analysis is, we are really small core in our late window trials, we probably have even a much smaller proportion of large cores. So, to be able to even tackle that question in the late window is, I don't know if we have the data yet, to be honest. But it makes sense that you would expect the thresholds to be a bit lower the later you are in the window. But that is a hypothetical opinion. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         Right, so, I want to take that and come to Koji. I want to digress a little bit to Koji and see how we can understand the finding of this current analysis of this paper. So, small core patients early on into their onset, we're looking at the interaction between age and their core volume and coming up with numbers 50 cc for the elderly population. If you're looking at the outcome of zero to three or 132, as Andrew pointed out, for an MRS of much higher, four or five. Dr. Andrew Demchuk:   Actually five, six, 90% chance of five, six. So, it's there. It's like almost everybody got five, six, took 132 mils to get there. So, it's like this extreme outcome. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         Right, so, exactly, and I have to correct it, again, mRS of five or six or dead or almost dead mRS basically. Dr. Andrew Demchuk:   In 90% of patients. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         90% of patients. So, we have these important numbers here, and I want us to basically understand these numbers in these volumes in the context of the recently published RESCUE-Japan LIMIT study. Can you tell us a little bit about that study and how we can make sense of these volumes in the setting of that paper? Dr. Koji Tanaka:               In the recent RESCUE-Japan LIMIT trial, the median ASPECTS was lower, and baseline ischemic core volume was greater than those in our study. And surprisingly, the median ischemic core volume in that trial was close to our threshold to predict less than 10% of patients achieve a modified Rankin Scale of four or less after endovascular therapy. We thought this is due to much higher complete reperfusion rate in HERMES patient. We have much interest in their additional analysis for outcomes in elderly patients by reperfusion status. This potential benefit of endovascular therapy in the area is promising for the future clinical trials. Dr. Andrew Demchuk:   I think just to add to that, it was actually really interesting, Negar, because when we were analyzing all of this and then the trial came up and it was actually really nice because we're like, OK, how does our data relate to their data? And that's where Table 2 comes in, and it would almost be worth putting on the pod, whatever, I don't know if you have on your podcast website, you have one figure that you can sit there with as you listen to the podcast, because that would be the figure. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         We'll work on that Andrew, but tell us a little bit more because, really, when I read the trial results, the way I understand it is that people enrolled in RESCUE-Japan that were older than 75, and these are all large core patients, benefited more from endovascular therapy than their younger counterpart. How do I understand that? I don't know how to wrap my head around that finding. Dr. Andrew Demchuk:   You want to try to answer that, and then I'll add? Dr. Koji Tanaka:               As I mentioned previously, we want to know about the exact patient population just only for elderly patients, whether they have a exactly larger ischemic core volume or as well as their functional outcome. How many patients achieved modified Rankin Scale four or less or three or less, or more than five or six? Dr. Andrew Demchuk:   Koji's point's very important. We actually don't have the breakdown of the mRS, so we don't know if they created a lot of fours, or threes, or what. So, that's one issue. But I think that the key to this whole thing is to understand that this is a 2022 trial. HERMES data is essentially a 2015 equivalent where we're looking at a number of clinical trials who roughly ended between 2014, 2016. So, the technology, the technique, the operators, are just at a different level back then than now. And quite frankly, EVT is an improving treatment. We probably don't even fully understand how much, I mean, we're just getting better at it. And I think what's happened here is the reperfusion rates have improved. And our HERMES reperfusion rates, remind me, Koji, I think they're about half, we think, in HERMES, than like the TICI 2bs, threes, are half in HERMES what they got in RESCUE-Japan LIMIT. So, when you achieve successful reperfusion, what were the numbers here? TICI 3 was 43% in the Japan RESCUE LIMIT, and 8.6% in HERMES. Okay, TICI 3s were not ... Now that may be slight differences in core lab interpretation, but we were just starting to get good at 3s. We were getting a lot of 2bs and some 2cs, but we weren't getting a massive number of 3s back in 2015. Well, voilà, now we are, right? We're hitting home runs when we didn't before. And I think that has really shifted the goalposts on the large core. If you open the vessel, they can still do well if they're elderly, but you've got to really open that vessel. And in HERMES, we only did that in a small portion of patients. So, these thresholds are sort of representative of 2015 skill. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         Golden points, Andrew and Koji, both of you. I want to recap what you mentioned here. A note to all of our audience and listeners that we are looking at an analysis with RESCUE-Japan, an analysis of a 2022 study. And the patient population that were enrolled were also treated much later in terms of time than the patient population that was enrolled in the HERMES collaboration and in all of the trials that contributed to HERMES. So, we've got to remember that EVT is this fluid, ongoing, everyday-improving therapy, from our techniques to everything else, you know, how fast we get patients to the angiosuite. And the point that you raise, I want to repeat that, the percentage or the odds of achieving a perfect reperfusion was, in RESCUE-Japan, was 43% odds of TICI 3 reperfusion, whereas only 8.6%. So, when we're talking about all of these predictive modeling or predictive factors that will tell us who's going to do well, who's not going to do well, it also is predicated on the angiographic success. And perhaps in the earlier trials or even the early study that we covered as part of the STRATIS registry, we put everybody, TICI 3s with TICI 2b or better, whereas nowadays we accept the best, TICI 3s, and maybe that improved percentage in the most recent trial, the RESCUE-Japan, really did what it had to be done for the elderly population to keep that in mind. And Andrew, before we end our interview, I want us to get your top two takeaway messages from this paper. Dr. Andrew Demchuk:   Clearly, elderly patients do better when their strokes are smaller, that we know, compared to younger patients. But it's all about hitting the home run. It's all about hitting the home run. Figure 2C and 2D, you can see that if you achieve that high TICI score, a significant proportion of elderly patients potentially could still benefit, 30–40% reasonable outcomes with bigger cores if you get those high TICI scores. So, it is about hitting the home run in reperfusion in the elderly. You need to go for it, and hopefully you're successful, because if reperfusion isn't successful, then generally the outcomes are not ideal and they certainly worsen as the core volumes become larger, bigger. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         Before I ended the interview, given Andrew's tremendous experience as a longtime fellowship director and seeing that he was flanked by two of his fellows, one past, myself, and one present, Koji, I had to ask him one final question of what his philosophy is as an educator. Dr. Andrew Demchuk:   I have a sort of philosophy on life with fellows. I always look for the special power in a fellow. I realized a long time ago we're all, we're not perfect, nobody's perfect, I'm not perfect, but there's usually a special power in people, and if you spend the time to get to know them, you identify that special power, and you really help harness it because you know that if they can harness it when they go back to their faculty job, they're going to really contribute something special to their team, right? You can imagine six special powers from six different people in a team. Now you've got a real team, right? If you know what your power is, you know your limitations, but you know where your strengths you can add to the group, and that's what we try to do here when we can. It's not always, you know, special powers, you have to kind of seek them out. But they're there in most people, and that's really important for career down the line. Dr. Negar Asdaghi:         And this concludes our podcast for the December 2022 issue of Stroke. Please be sure to check out this month's table of contents for the full list of publications, including our very interesting Stroke Images series. In this month, we have a case of progressive cervical myelopathy secondary to a dural AV fistula supplied by the anterior inferior cerebellar artery. We also have a separate case of carotid rete mirabile imaged with a four-dimensional flow MRI study. And with these cases, we bring our 2022 Stroke Alert Podcast series to an end. Over the past 12 months, we've ended our podcasts with various inspirational tales. From the moving account of the American runner Steve Prefontaine and the remarkable journey of the Syrian refugee and Olympian swimmer Yusra Mardini, to the discovery of positron and Commander Armstrong's landing on the moon, our podcast stories have but one thing in common, which is the story of human perseverance and consistency in the face of hardship. So, as we end 2022 to start 2023 anew, Andrew's comments on finding that special power in each of us resonate with our resolution to stay alert with Stroke Alert. This program is copyright of the American Heart Association, 2022. The opinions expressed by speakers in this podcast are their own and not necessarily those of the editors or of the American Heart Association. For more, visit AHAjournals.org.

Outcomes Rocket
LabOps: Procurement, The Convergent Department in LabOps with Luis Portela, Procurement Director of Indirect Materials and Services at Hovione

Outcomes Rocket

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 35:10


Labs aren't so different from home. In this episode, Luis Portela, Procurement Director of Indirect Materials and Services at Hovione, talks about what his job in procurement entails concerning skills, challenges, opportunities, and leadership. Whether for raw materials, packaging, or equipment, this department touches every area in a company like Hovione. He provides advice on managing people and how you must prove your knowledge with humility to gain respect and lead amongst equals in your team. Tune in and listen to what Luis has learned as a Procurement Director in the pharma industry! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health

Learn Spanish Con Salsa | Learn to speak Spanish with weekly conversations and music-based Spanish lessons

In this episode, you'll learn some helpful shortcuts on when to use indirect objects in Spanish, while reviewing a few examples from the classic salsa song "Aires de Navidad" by Hector Lavoe and Willie Colón.> Did you like this episode?  We'd love it if you gave us a rating & review on Apple Podcasts!  Just click here to leave a review or go to https://www.learnspanishconsalsa.com/review> Never miss a new episode! Join our e-mail list and you'll be the first to know when new episodes are released, PLUS get access to exclusive listener discounts + giveawaysConnect with us...Follow us on Instagram: @learnspanishconsalsaJoin our Facebook Group: https://www.learnspanishconsalsacom/facebookSupport the show

ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global
LIVE: The year the human component of nature and climate comes to the fore

ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 36:44


We just hosted our inaugural ESG Insider Live podcast event, bringing our show on the road to host interviews in front of an audience. In today's episode, we bring you the highlights of those interviews on the topics of climate, nature and the evolving ESG landscape.   We talk to Amy Hepburn, CEO of the Investor Leadership Network, a coalition of institutional investors representing more than $10 trillion in assets under management. She says that to advance climate goals, stakeholders need to address the “deficit of trust.”  "That is a real blocker for progress," Amy tells us. "Sitting around the table with different voices and really trusting each other to be creative and to collaborate and be cooperative."   We hear from Evan Harvey, who after two decades at Nasdaq, has joined Deloitte as Managing Director of Sustainability and ESG Services. Evan explains how his clients are facing data challenges, framework fatigue, and a lack of resources due to recent events such as the energy crisis and inflation. "That tends to get in the way of some of the enthusiasm for ESG and sustainability investment," he says.   And we sit down with Marina Severinovsky, Head of Sustainability North America at Schroders, an asset management firm with more than $939 billion in assets under management. Marina talks about the role that respect and empathy will play in the year ahead, as climate justice and the just transition become "front and center" and as stakeholders work to communicate across silos.   "This is the year that the human component of climate, for example, or nature, comes to the fore," she says.  Access COP15 insights from S&P Global Sustainable1 here. We'd love to hear from you. To give us feedback on this episode or share ideas for future episodes, please contact hosts Lindsey Hall (lindsey.hall@spglobal.com) and Esther Whieldon (esther.whieldon@spglobal.com).  Photo source: Getty Images  Copyright © 2022 by S&P Global  DISCLAIMER   By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast. The information, opinions, and recommendations presented in this Podcast are for general information only and any reliance on the information provided in this Podcast is done at your own risk. This Podcast should not be considered professional advice. Unless specifically stated otherwise, S&P GLOBAL does not endorse, approve, recommend, or certify any information, product, process, service, or organization presented or mentioned in this Podcast, and information from this Podcast should not be referenced in any way to imply such approval or endorsement. The third party materials or content of any third party site referenced in this Podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of S&P GLOBAL. S&P GLOBAL assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this Podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. Moreover, S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty that this Podcast, or the server that makes it available, is free of viruses, worms, or other elements or codes that manifest contaminating or destructive properties.  S&P GLOBAL EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. 

Leaders in Lending
Seismic Shifts in the Indirect Lending Landscape

Leaders in Lending

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 38:21 Transcription Available


The car industry has been hit by multiple disruptions in recent years due to the supply chain and the lack of inventory. But people still are buying cars, and they are certainly still applying for auto loans. Adam Brice, SVP of Lending at EFCU Financial, shares his experience in the auto lending space- what the future may look like in auto lending, and also how AI plays into the future of common sense lending. Join us as Jeff and Adam discuss: The state of indirect financing in auto lending in the current auto sales and supply market How Credit Union Service Organizations (CUSOs) can enable CU success How AI lending fits in with a common sense approach  Want to learn more about how Upstart partners with credit unions? Check out this case study mentioned in the episode.

We Chat Divorce Podcast
66. What to Know Before Finalizing a Financial Disclosure in Divorce: Divorce Explored

We Chat Divorce Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 15:28


In this week's episode we cover the importance of financial disclosures in divorce. We chat about all the components of a financial disclosure and how they can impact your divorce. Listen to the end to catch special tips such as how to make sure all of your income is properly qualified.  In this episode we chat about: What financial disclosures are and what should be included How to make sure your income is qualified in your divorce Why financial disclosures are important in a divorce Connect with us on social media: Facebook Instagram TikTok  Listen to more podcast episodes, read our divorce blog, and join our free divorce support group at mydivorcesolution.com. The We Chat Divorce podcast (hereinafter referred to as the “WCD”) represents the opinions of Catherine Shanahan, Karen Chellew, and their guests to the show. WCD should not be considered professional or legal advice. The content here is for informational purposes only. Views and opinions expressed on WCD are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. WCD should not be used in any legal capacity whatsoever. Listeners should contact their attorney to obtain advice with respect to any particular legal matter. No listener should act or refrain from acting on the basis of information on WCD without first seeking legal advice from counsel in the relevant jurisdiction. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on WCD. Unless specifically stated otherwise, Catherine Shanahan and Karen Chellew do not endorse, approve, recommend, or certify any information, product, process, service, or organization presented or mentioned on WCD, and information from this podcast should not be referenced in any way to imply such approval or endorsement. The third-party materials or content of any third-party site referenced on WCD do not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of Catherine Shanahan or Karen Chellew. WCD, CATHERINE SHANAHAN, AND KAREN CHELLEW EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. If you would like to obtain a typed transcript of this podcast episode, please email us at hello@mydivorcesolution.com. Please be sure to include the episode name in the transcript email request. Thank you! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

6 Minute Grammar
Indirect questions

6 Minute Grammar

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 6:14


Learn different ways of asking for information and making requests.

You Would Think: The Philadelphia Flyers Podcast

The guys are back for another week of Flyers talk. The team snapped their 10-game losing streak on Tuesday, but since suffered two more losses, marking 12 in the last 13 games. In the midst of all that, John Tortorella indirectly hinted at the team to build it back up from the foundation and footers, while Chuck Fletcher focused on the team's now-widening gap to the final playoff spot. The guys discuss the week's action on the ice and the comments made by both Fletcher and Tortorella, including his first sub-60-second postgame press conference of his Flyers tenure. They also look at the near future for the team, the hesitance behind a rebuild, and how fans are much more informed and engaged in a variety of areas that they weren't a few years ago. Join Kyle and Kevin as they break it all down. Follow the show on Twitter @YWTpodcast and follow Kevin @Kevin_Durso. Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6PGbcGA0h1A6K_Hv5Xc9aQ

Viva Learning Podcasts | DentalTalk™
How to Make Difficult Dental Procedures Easier, More Predictable, and Successful

Viva Learning Podcasts | DentalTalk™

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 16:00


Dental podcast: Welcome to DentalTalk. I'm Dr. Phil Klein. Today we'll be discussing the tools and techniques that help make the most difficult procedures in dentistry easier, predictable, and more successful. Our guest is Dr. Ankur Gupta, who has a private practice in a suburb west of Cleveland. He lectures extensively for several dental society study clubs, annual sessions, post-doctorate residency programs, and several CE programs throughout the country.

The Fullness Podcast: Menopause Health
Digestive problems in menopause: are herbal remedies good for the gut?

The Fullness Podcast: Menopause Health

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 43:33


Gas, bloating, and stomach issues in perimenopause or menopause? Are digestive enzymes better than digestive bitters? In this episode, clinical herbalist Correne Omland and I discuss: Indirect symptoms of digestive issues Two categories of herbs that will support your digestion in Menopause: bitters and carminatives. The difference between digestive bitters and carminatives. The difference between digestive bitters and digestive enzymes. How herbs support you in shifting pillars of health. Antimicrobial herbal support: do herbs help with parasites, and where so you start? By building the digestive system. The ritual of teas.   Hunger 101: Interrupt Those Cravings Create a Fresh Start for Yourself! Visit Spirea Herbs Connect with Correne on YouTube Connect with Correne on Instagram  

The Big 550 KTRS
Indirect Soccer Show 12.1.22

The Big 550 KTRS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 40:57


Indirect Soccer Show 12.1.22 by

ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global
COP15 preview: What will make UN's big biodiversity conference a success

ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 23:21


The second part of the U.N.'s Convention on Biological Diversity, known as COP15, kicks off in Montreal on Dec. 7. In this episode of the ESG Insider podcast, we tell you what to expect.   We speak to Elizabeth Mrema, COP15 Executive Secretary and Co-Chair of the Taskforce on Nature-related Financial Disclosures, or TNFD. She talks to us about themes that will be covered during COP15 and what will make the conference a success.   "We need to see the world and the parties to the convention really understand that business as usual is no longer an option," Elizabeth says. "Action requires resources. And so therefore, appropriate mobilization of resources — both technical and financial — must be agreed on."  To learn about how financial institutions are increasingly engaging with the topics of nature and biodiversity, we speak with Lazaro Tiant, investment director on the sustainable investment team at U.K.-based asset manager Schroders. Lazaro talks to us about the role the private sector will play at COP15.   And to connect the dots between nature and climate, we return to our interview with Virginia Dundas, Head of Strategic Environment Programmes at Ørsted, Denmark's largest energy company. She talks about some of the creative solutions and new technologies being deployed to address nature loss and the biodiversity crisis.   Listen to our full interview with Virginia here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/podcasts/how-walmart-and-danish-energy-company-orsted-are-tackling-supply-chain-emissions   We'd love to hear from you. To give us feedback on this episode or share ideas for future episodes, please contact hosts Lindsey Hall (lindsey.hall@spglobal.com) and Esther Whieldon (esther.whieldon@spglobal.com).  Copyright © 2022 by S&P Global  DISCLAIMER   By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast. The information, opinions, and recommendations presented in this Podcast are for general information only and any reliance on the information provided in this Podcast is done at your own risk. This Podcast should not be considered professional advice. Unless specifically stated otherwise, S&P GLOBAL does not endorse, approve, recommend, or certify any information, product, process, service, or organization presented or mentioned in this Podcast, and information from this Podcast should not be referenced in any way to imply such approval or endorsement. The third party materials or content of any third party site referenced in this Podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of S&P GLOBAL. S&P GLOBAL assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this Podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. Moreover, S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty that this Podcast, or the server that makes it available, is free of viruses, worms, or other elements or codes that manifest contaminating or destructive properties.  S&P GLOBAL EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. 

Genealogy Happy Hour
Episode 72 - Indirect Evidence

Genealogy Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 14:20


Discussion on using indirect evidence to solve a genealogical research problem.

My Fence Life
Ask Me About My Day #44 - Is It Cost Effective To But An Excavator - How To Make Indirect Labor Pay For Itself

My Fence Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 23:10


Dan gives Cannon a call back to follow up on their last conversation where Cannon hinted about some inside info on why he's thinking buying an excavator is a good idea for him and Jackson Fence. Then the guys get off target and start talking about how to take Indirect Labor (Office / Shop Personnel) and have them produce to cover their labor cost.▶ Click HERE to register and see when the next FREE Stain Seal University will be near you!!▶ Click HERE to register for the Fence Show & Security Expo coming in August 2023 hosted by the FWA (Fence Workers Association)Use Promo Code MFL50 to get 3 days FREE on the Exhibitor Floor▶ Get early access to BizzRater. The only platform that allows YOU to "Take Advantage of Your Reviews"! Use PROMO code MFL30 and save 30%▶Thank you to todays show sponsor

Daf in Halacha – OU Torah
Nedarim 34: An Indirect Pleasure by Mudar Hanoeh - Is it Permitted?

Daf in Halacha – OU Torah

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022


The More You Know
Indirect Intentions

The More You Know

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 136:44


Multiple deal breakers and good guys are overlooked, but having a sex playlist is absolute.. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bryan-hall5/support

We Chat Divorce Podcast
65. How to Divorce Amicably with Tracy Moore-Grant, Founder of the Amicable Divorce Network

We Chat Divorce Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 22:33


In this week's episode we chat with Tracy Moore-Grant, founder of the Amicable Divorce Network, an international association of seasoned, licensed professionals who are dedicated to helping reasonable people navigate the process of divorce. Tracy has represented clients and practiced exclusively in the area of family law since 2002, giving expert divorce guidance and helping parties avoid costly and destructive litigation. In this episode we chat about: What it means to divorce amicably and how to get started How to find the best professional to support your amicable divorce  The alternative solution to traditional litigation-forward attorneys You can find more about Tracy: Website LinkedIn Facebook Connect with us on social media: Facebook Instagram TikTok  Find more podcast episodes, divorce blogs, and our divorce community at mydivorcesolution.com. The We Chat Divorce podcast (hereinafter referred to as the “WCD”) represents the opinions of Catherine Shanahan, Karen Chellew, and their guests to the show. WCD should not be considered professional or legal advice. The content here is for informational purposes only. Views and opinions expressed on WCD are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. WCD should not be used in any legal capacity whatsoever.  Listeners should contact their attorney to obtain advice with respect to any particular legal matter. No listener should act or refrain from acting on the basis of information on WCD without first seeking legal advice from counsel in the relevant jurisdiction. No guarantee is given regarding the accuracy of any statements or opinions made on WCD. Unless specifically stated otherwise, Catherine Shanahan and Karen Chellew do not endorse, approve, recommend, or certify any information, product, process, service, or organization presented or mentioned on WCD, and information from this podcast should not be referenced in any way to imply such approval or endorsement. The third-party materials or content of any third-party site referenced on WCD do not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of Catherine Shanahan or Karen Chellew. WCD, CATHERINE SHANAHAN, AND KAREN CHELLEW EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. If you would like to obtain a typed transcript of this podcast episode, please email us at hello@mydivorcesolution.com. Please be sure to include the episode name in the transcript email request. Thank you! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Stay Off My Operating Table
S3E12: Kirsty Woods

Stay Off My Operating Table

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 67:35 Transcription Available


Indirect calorimetry. A tongue twister of a word, but a game changer to metabolic health. Kirsty Woods of Metabolic Health Solutions from Perth, Australia has observed how valuable it is for research, particularly for polycystic ovarian syndrome, fatty liver, diabetes - basically anything associated with metabolism, but it's not just that. A technology usually confined to laboratory and study purposes, she is determined to show its greater use beyond research. Experiences with different patients who benefitted from the interpretation of the data are a preview of how the knowledge gained from indirect calorimetry helps in clinical use, weight loss management, and the prevention of different diseases. In this episode, Kirsty Woods provides concise explanations on metabolism and fat burning, addresses diet and lifestyle, and explains how, despite resistance to new technology, she knows the impact this technology would have, giving us a glimpse of a future that places value on metabolic health.Quick Guide:01:42 Introduction04:54 The use of indirect calorimetry19:35 The discordance with people burning fat, but not generating ketones22:11 Burning fat as a sign of metabolic health29:04 The resistance that comes with every innovation33:14 Checking which fuel is being used39:04 Metabolic health and its impact on the body53:53 How surgery can change how our bodies make use of the foods56:28 Exercises that are beneficial for people1:02:28 Closing and contactsGet to know our guest:Kirsty Woods of Metabolic Health Services is a Registered Exercise Physiologist. Her expertise includes metabolic health services including complex obesity, PCOS, and fatty liver.“And the more, once they understand what's going on, they're more inclined to be able to do the recommendation, or for the first time, they understand that it's not just them having lack of willpower, and there is hope, which unfortunately learned hopelessness is a big one in the clinic that prevents people from even trying because they've been through the wringer by the time they come to see me.”Connect with her:Blog: https://www.metabolichealthsolutions.org/ecal/how-to-optimise-fat-burning/Twitter: https://twitter.com/LowCarbEPMetabolic Health Solutions on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/metabolichealthsolutionsclinics/Example of ECAL Report: https://drive.google.com/file/d/14w5YJSSTRVhFy5fHfvXI3buiWKpKIos9/view?usp=sharingEpisode snippets:06:48 - 07:13 - Why guess when you can test15:30 - 16:39 - What can happen when the body doesn't switch on the fat metabolism23:05 - 23:41 - The burning fat as a sign of metabolic health25:34 - 26:35 - Exceptions to the rule when it comes to fasting28:17 - 29:02 - Learning that it's more than just a lack of willpower40:32 - 42:29 - Metabolic health in relation to PCOS50:00 - 50:58 - Metabolism canConnect with Dr. Ovadia:TwitteriFixHearts WebsiteStay Off My Operating Table WebsiteAmazon Theme Song : Rage AgainstWritten & Performed by Logan Gritton & Colin Gailey(c) 2016 Mercury Retro RecordingsProduced by 38atoms & Jack Heald

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies
Real Good Foods (NASDAQ: RGF): Modernizing Frozen Food by Making More Nutritious and Craveable Food

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 39:18


My guest on the show today is Bryan Freeman, Executive Chairman of The Real Good Food Company (NASDAQ: RGF). Real Good Foods is a leading health and wellness frozen foods company, providing a better way to enjoy your favorite foods. The Company's mission is to provide “Real Food You Feel Good About Eating”, making delicious, nutritious foods that are low in sugar, low in carbohydrates and high in protein. The Real Good Foods family of products includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks – available in over 16,000 stores nationwide with additional direct-to-consumer options. I have interviewed companies in the frozen foods space over the years, and I wanted to chat with Bryan today about the industry as it exists today, especially since COVID, as well as: How RGF positions their frozen food products and the Frozen Foods total addressable market Real Good Foods product differentiation Digital marketing strategy by working with social media influencers; and, Growth strategy and path to profitability With that, please enjoy my conversation with Bryan Freeman, Executive Chairman of The Real Good Food Company. For more information about The Real Good Food Company, please visit: https://realgoodfoods.com/ Today's episode is sponsored by: Socialsuite takes the complexity out of Environmental, Social, and Governance or ESG reporting. Socialsuite helps organizations to measure, monitor and report on their progress to create value through ESG in order to raise capital, improve brand and reputation, as well as mitigate risk. Socialsuite's software platform makes ESG reporting fast, simple and affordable. Companies can start building a baseline report in under 60 minutes and start reporting publicly within 30 days. Start your ESG journey - today. Visit https://www.socialsuitehq.com/ to learn more. This podcast was recorded and is being made available by SNN, Inc. (together with its affiliates and its and their employees, “SNN”) solely for informational purposes. SNN is not providing or undertaking to provide any financial, economic, legal, accounting, tax, or other advice in or by virtue of this podcast. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions provided in this podcast are general in nature, and such information, statements, comments, views, and opinions, and the viewing of/listening to this podcast are not intended to be and should not be construed as the provision of investment advice by SNN. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast do not constitute and should not be construed as an offer to buy or sell any securities or to make or consider any investment or other course of action. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast (including by guest speakers who are not officers, employees, or agents of SNN) are not necessarily those of SNN and may not be current. Reference to any specific third-party entity, product, service, materials, or content does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the SNN. SNN assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. The views expressed by guest speakers are their own and their appearance on this podcast does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. SNN does not make any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of any of the information, statements, comments, views, or opinions contained in this podcast, which may include forward-looking statements where actual results may differ materially. SNN does not undertake any obligation whatsoever to provide any form of update, amendment, change, or correction to any of the information, statements, comments, views or opinions set forth in this podcast. SNN EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. By accessing this podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this podcast, are the property of SNN, or used by SNN with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this podcast may save and use information contained in the podcast only for personal or other non-commercial educational purposes. No other use, including without limitation, reproduction, retransmission, or editing of this podcast may be made without the prior written consent of SNN.

ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global
How Walmart and Danish energy company Ørsted are tackling supply chain emissions

ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 40:16


What do Walmart, one of the world's largest retailers, and big multinational power company Ørsted have in common? They're both taking steps to decarbonize their supply chains that could ultimately result in wide-ranging changes across sectors.  In this episode of the ESG Insider podcast, we're continuing with the theme we covered last week of decarbonizing supply chains. We speak with Walmart's Executive Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer, Kathleen McLaughlin. She tells us that the company is engaging across all its supply chains to create systemic changes to production and consumption.   "Our ultimate goal is to make the everyday product that anybody might buy the sustainable choice. We're trying to make sustainability mainstream," Kathleen says.   We also speak to Virginia Dundas, Head of Strategic Environment Programmes at Ørsted. She explains how Denmark's largest energy company is teaming up with buyers in other sectors to drive supply chain decarbonization. She says collaboration is a key pillar of the company's net zero plan.   "It's not one company's problem," Virginia says. "Everyone has to chip in and play their part."   Listen to last week's episode on decarbonizing supply chains here: https://www.spglobal.com/esg/podcasts/why-collaboration-is-critical-to-cutting-supply-chain-emissions  We'd love to hear from you. To give us feedback on this episode or share ideas for future episodes, please contact hosts Lindsey Hall (lindsey.hall@spglobal.com) and Esther Whieldon (esther.whieldon@spglobal.com).   Photo source: Getty Images  Copyright © 2022 by S&P Global   DISCLAIMER   By accessing this Podcast, I acknowledge that S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty, guarantee, or representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of the information featured in this Podcast. The information, opinions, and recommendations presented in this Podcast are for general information only and any reliance on the information provided in this Podcast is done at your own risk. This Podcast should not be considered professional advice. Unless specifically stated otherwise, S&P GLOBAL does not endorse, approve, recommend, or certify any information, product, process, service, or organization presented or mentioned in this Podcast, and information from this Podcast should not be referenced in any way to imply such approval or endorsement. The third party materials or content of any third party site referenced in this Podcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, standards or policies of S&P GLOBAL. S&P GLOBAL assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this Podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. Moreover, S&P GLOBAL makes no warranty that this Podcast, or the server that makes it available, is free of viruses, worms, or other elements or codes that manifest contaminating or destructive properties.   S&P GLOBAL EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. 

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies
NowVertical Group (TSX-V: NOW): Building the Vertical Intelligent Future

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 39:50


My guest on the show today is Daren Trousdell, Chairman and CEO of NowVertical Group (TSX-V: NOW). NOW is a vertical intelligence "VI" software and solutions company growing organically and through acquisition. NOW's VI solutions are organized by industry vertical and are built upon a foundational set of data technologies that fuse, secure, and mobilize data in a transformative and compliant way. The NOW product suite enables the creation of high-value VI solutions that are predictive in nature and drive automation specific to each high-value industry vertical. Periodically, I crowdsource what companies you'd like to hear me interview on here, and NowVertical came up a few times, and they also are a constituent in the Planet MicroCap Index this quarter. With all that said, I invited Daren on the show to discuss: NowVertical's acquisition strategy and criteria Vertical Intelligence, what this means and suite of software and solutions available to their target customer base, as well as, who is their target customer base Path to profitability and balancing that goal with growing at the pace they foresee With that, please enjoy my conversation with Daren Trousdell, Chairman and CEO of NowVertical Group. For more information about NowVertical Group, please visit: https://www.nowvertical.com/ Today's episode is sponsored by: Socialsuite takes the complexity out of Environmental, Social, and Governance or ESG reporting. Socialsuite helps organizations to measure, monitor and report on their progress to create value through ESG in order to raise capital, improve brand and reputation, as well as mitigate risk. Socialsuite's software platform makes ESG reporting fast, simple and affordable. Companies can start building a baseline report in under 60 minutes and start reporting publicly within 30 days. Start your ESG journey - today. Visit https://www.socialsuitehq.com/ to learn more. This podcast was recorded and is being made available by SNN, Inc. (together with its affiliates and its and their employees, “SNN”) solely for informational purposes. SNN is not providing or undertaking to provide any financial, economic, legal, accounting, tax, or other advice in or by virtue of this podcast. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions provided in this podcast are general in nature, and such information, statements, comments, views, and opinions, and the viewing of/listening to this podcast are not intended to be and should not be construed as the provision of investment advice by SNN. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast do not constitute and should not be construed as an offer to buy or sell any securities or to make or consider any investment or other course of action. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast (including by guest speakers who are not officers, employees, or agents of SNN) are not necessarily those of SNN and may not be current. Reference to any specific third-party entity, product, service, materials, or content does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the SNN. SNN assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. The views expressed by guest speakers are their own and their appearance on this podcast does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. SNN does not make any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of any of the information, statements, comments, views, or opinions contained in this podcast, which may include forward-looking statements where actual results may differ materially. SNN does not undertake any obligation whatsoever to provide any form of update, amendment, change, or correction to any of the information, statements, comments, views or opinions set forth in this podcast. SNN EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. By accessing this podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this podcast, are the property of SNN, or used by SNN with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this podcast may save and use information contained in the podcast only for personal or other non-commercial educational purposes. No other use, including without limitation, reproduction, retransmission, or editing of this podcast may be made without the prior written consent of SNN.

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies
Innovative Food Holdings (OTCQB: IVFH): A Leader in Direct-to-Chef & Direct-to-Consumer eCommerce Platforms

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 48:00


My guest on the show today is Sam Klepfish, Chairman and CEO of Innovative Food Holdings (OTCQB: IVFH). IVFH is a leading end-to-end direct-to-consumer e-commerce platform and direct-to-chef platform connecting the world's best artisan food makers with top chefs and epicurean consumers nationwide. Innovative Food Holdings has presented at all the main MicroCap events, so you may have heard about this company before. I've known Sam for a long time, and I wanted to invite Sam on here to dive deeper into IVFH as it exists today, and provide an opportunity for Sam to give you his unfettered perspective on the business. I'm thankful that Sam took the time to speak with me here today in this format. With that, please enjoy my conversation with Sam Klepfish, Chairman and CEO of Innovative Food Holdings. For more information about Innovative Food Holdings, please visit: https://www.ivfh.com/ This video contains certain forward-looking statements and information relating to Innovative Food Holdings, Inc. (the “Company”) that are based on the current beliefs of the Company's management, as well as assumptions made by, and information currently available to, the Company. Such statements reflect the current views of the Company with respect to future events and are subject to certain assumptions, including those described in this release. Should one or more of these underlying assumptions prove incorrect, actual results may vary materially from those described herein as “should,” “could,” “will,” “anticipate,” “believe,” “intend,” “plan,” “might,” “potentially” “targeting” or “expect.” Additional factors that could also cause actual results to differ materially relate to the global COVID-19 crisis, international crisis, environmental and economic issues and other risk factors described in our public filings. The Company does not intend to update these forward-looking statements. The content of the websites referenced above are not incorporated herein. This podcast was recorded and is being made available by SNN, Inc. (together with its affiliates and its and their employees, “SNN”) solely for informational purposes. SNN is not providing or undertaking to provide any financial, economic, legal, accounting, tax, or other advice in or by virtue of this podcast. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions provided in this podcast are general in nature, and such information, statements, comments, views, and opinions, and the viewing of/listening to this podcast are not intended to be and should not be construed as the provision of investment advice by SNN. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast do not constitute and should not be construed as an offer to buy or sell any securities or to make or consider any investment or other course of action. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast (including by guest speakers who are not officers, employees, or agents of SNN) are not necessarily those of SNN and may not be current. Reference to any specific third-party entity, product, service, materials, or content does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the SNN. SNN assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. The views expressed by guest speakers are their own and their appearance on this podcast does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. SNN does not make any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of any of the information, statements, comments, views, or opinions contained in this podcast, which may include forward-looking statements where actual results may differ materially. SNN does not undertake any obligation whatsoever to provide any form of update, amendment, change, or correction to any of the information, statements, comments, views or opinions set forth in this podcast. SNN EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. By accessing this podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this podcast, are the property of SNN, or used by SNN with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this podcast may save and use information contained in the podcast only for personal or other non-commercial educational purposes. No other use, including without limitation, reproduction, retransmission, or editing of this podcast may be made without the prior written consent of SNN.

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies
Issuer Direct Corporation (NYSE American: ISDR): Global Brands' One Stop Shop for All Communications Needs

Planet MicroCap Podcast | MicroCap Investing Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 49:41


My guest on the show today is Brian Balbirnie, CEO of Issuer Direct Corporation (NYSE American: ISDR). Issuer Direct® is a leading communications and compliance company, providing solutions for both Public Relations and Investor Relations Professionals. Our comprehensive solutions are used by thousands of customers from emerging startups to multi-billion dollar global brands, ensuring their most important moments are reaching the right audiences, via our industry leading newswire, IR website solutions, events technology, and compliance solutions. For full disclosure, we're a customer of Issuer Direct's, using their events software and webcast solutions for our investor conferences, as well as publishing press releases through the Accesswire platform. I've also known Brian for pretty much my entire career working in MicroCaps and would consider him both a friend and colleague, and have always admired how he's gone about building and running Issuer Direct over the years. We've done a couple interviews over the years, but thought it was time for us to geek out on the media and news business, as well as discuss: Issuer Direct's just announced acquisition of Newswire and what the biggest acquisition in the company's history means for them moving forward the in and outs of the Press Release and News Distribution business and industry Lessons learned from mistakes made and what inspired the founding of Issuer Direct, and; Brian's vision for the company in 3-5 years With that, please enjoy my conversation with Brian Balbirnie, CEO of Issuer Direct Corporation.For more information about Issuer Direct Corporation, please visit: https://www.issuerdirect.com/ This podcast was recorded and is being made available by SNN, Inc. (together with its affiliates and its and their employees, “SNN”) solely for informational purposes. SNN is not providing or undertaking to provide any financial, economic, legal, accounting, tax, or other advice in or by virtue of this podcast. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions provided in this podcast are general in nature, and such information, statements, comments, views, and opinions, and the viewing of/listening to this podcast are not intended to be and should not be construed as the provision of investment advice by SNN. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast do not constitute and should not be construed as an offer to buy or sell any securities or to make or consider any investment or other course of action. The information, statements, comments, views, and opinions expressed in this podcast (including by guest speakers who are not officers, employees, or agents of SNN) are not necessarily those of SNN and may not be current. Reference to any specific third-party entity, product, service, materials, or content does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the SNN. SNN assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy or completeness of the content contained in third party materials or on third party sites referenced in this podcast or the compliance with applicable laws of such materials and/or links referenced herein. The views expressed by guest speakers are their own and their appearance on this podcast does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. SNN does not make any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of any of the information, statements, comments, views, or opinions contained in this podcast, which may include forward-looking statements where actual results may differ materially. SNN does not undertake any obligation whatsoever to provide any form of update, amendment, change, or correction to any of the information, statements, comments, views or opinions set forth in this podcast. SNN EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF ANY INDIVIDUAL'S USE OF, REFERENCE TO, RELIANCE ON, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PODCAST OR THE INFORMATION PRESENTED IN THIS PODCAST. By accessing this podcast, the listener acknowledges that the entire contents and design of this podcast, are the property of SNN, or used by SNN with permission, and are protected under U.S. and international copyright and trademark laws. Except as otherwise provided herein, users of this podcast may save and use information contained in the podcast only for personal or other non-commercial educational purposes. No other use, including without limitation, reproduction, retransmission, or editing of this podcast may be made without the prior written consent of SNN.

Stories in Small Business
205. The Indirect Benefits of Podcasting

Stories in Small Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 8:12


Hosting a podcast isn't about encouraging listeners to buy from you. Yes, it's nice when that happens, but that's not the goal. The goal is to nurture your audience. The people who have already found you and who want to learn and grow with the information you're providing every week.   That said, podcasting is a long game. And it can feel like no one is listening or taking action. That makes it challenging to get motivated to record each week.   But when you think about the indirect benefits of podcasting, the benefits you may not think about, this is the podcast episode for you.   Every time you sit down behind the microphone, you're reaping the rewards of your work. You just need to know what to look for!   Mentioned in This Episode Episode 179: How to Be a Better Podcast Guest Join Podcast Ease