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The Inspiration Place
163: How to Get Started with Art Licensing with Lori Siebert and Miriam Schulman

The Inspiration Place

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 40:23


If you've ever wondered how to create art commercially, Lori Siebert joins us to discuss the different types of commercial art, how to go about it correctly, and how to be successful at it! We also talk about the changing world and how it affects our art. You don't want to miss this episode! In this podcast, you will discover... What artists should include when creating a portfolio to show to agents How artists make money in the world of licensing How to pivot in your career depending on how you and the world change For full show notes, go to schulmanart.com/163 ++++++++++++++++++++

Spot On Insurance
Ep. 239: Colby Tunick: The Underutilization of Data

Spot On Insurance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 49:23


Apple Podcasts Rate and Review for SpotOn Colby Tunick is the CEO and Founder of ReFocus AI, an enterprise sales platform for insurance professionals powered by artificial intelligence. ReFocus AI provides solutions that boost sales by using machine learning to analyze and understand data better than any human. Before founding ReFocus AI, Colby was also the Training Coordinator at the California Earthquake Authority and a Consultant and Grant Writer at DME Business Solutions.  Colby joins us to discuss what machine learning is all about and how ReFocus AI can help businesses better understand the data they collect. He shares his passion for learning languages and how he became interested in tech. He explains why the industry cannot utilize the data they have and how machine learning can streamline that process. Colby also describes why data isn't a liability, explains why machine learning may not be for every insurance company, and shares tips in reducing the risks of cybersecurity breaches. "We're not at a Renaissance where companies are wizening up to the fact that the data they are holding is an asset; that it's valuable." - Colby Tunick Today on Spot On Insurance: Where Colby's passion for tech and software stemmed from Colby's love of different languages How Colby joined the insurance industry and the opportunities that paved his way Why the insurance industry is underutilizing consumer data Why Colby initially wanted to become a politician in his youth How Colby uses sushi as an analogy for sales The three key sales questions ReFocus AI answers Machine learning and what the future of sales will look like Educating owners and executives that data isn't a liability Does artificial intelligence always provide value? Assessing the qualities of a machine learning engineer What we should be cautious about regarding AI How businesses can prevent ransomware from happening The security benefits of building a culture where it's alright to make mistakes Colby's advice to those who are struggling to find success in the industry Key Takeaways: 80% of data within an agency management system is up to date. Ultimately, machine learning is not a silver bullet. Resources Mentioned: Ep. 229: Magnify The Fine Print in Your Cyber Policy Connect with Colby Tunick: ReFocus AI Colby Tunick on LinkedIn Phone: (619) 396-7800 This episode was brought to you by….. Insurance Licensing Services of America (ILSA), America's Premier Insurance Compliance and Licensing experts. To learn more about ILSA and their services, visit ILSAinc.com. Connect, Learn, Share Thank you for joining us on this week's episode of Spot On Insurance. For more resources and episodes, visit SpotOnInsurance.com. Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Love what you're learning, Spot Light your review on Apple Podcasts Rate and Review For SpotOn and share your favorite episodes with friends and colleagues!

Paige's Pod
35. From Stationery to Licensing with Misha Zadeh

Paige's Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 56:53


On this episode of Paige's Pod, Paige chats with Misha Zadeh from Misha Zadeh Illustration & Design. Misha draws and paints from a sunny studio in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle (Paige and Misha are practically neighbors!). She is infinitely inspired by the flora and fauna of the Pacific Northwest, as well as those from her travels and her imagination. She has rarely met a color she doesn't like. Misha shares her story of how she started her creative career in graphic design, which eventually lead to starting her own stationary business. After a long stint in the stationery world with her company Turquoise Creative, Misha relaunched her business as Misha Zadeh Illustration & Design in 2016 with a focus on creating art for the textiles, home, gift, and paper goods markets.Misha and Paige dive deep into a discussion about the pre dot-com days. Misha's shares her experiences organically growing her brand during a time where posting, engaging, and creating content wasn't relevant or necessary. During the pre dot-com days, relationships, connections, face to face interactions, and in person events were the driving forces that got your work in front of people and out into the world. In addition to sharing her experiences pre social media days, Misha shares the differences and pros/cons between then and now, specially in the world of licensing. Misha's story and creative journey is such an inspiration to listen to. If you are someone that is interested in licensing your work, definitely give this episode a listen because Misha is a wealth of knowledge and at the end of this episode, she shares tips on how to get started in the world of licensing. To follow and support Misha, check out http://www.mishazadeh.com and follow https://www.instagram.com/mishazadeh

Alexiomar Rodriguez
Mechanical Licensing Collective vs Harry Fox Agency

Alexiomar Rodriguez

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 11:23


Una de los errores más comunes es confundir la Mechanical Licensing Collective y la Harry Fox Agency. En este episodio aprenderás la diferencia entre ambas entidades y la importancia que tienen a la hora de recolectar tus regalías mecánicas. Descarga tu lista de cotejo gratis para recolectar tus regalías musicales a aquí: https://bit.ly/3tyvjVW Explora nuestros libros digitales, cursos y contratos personalizables en nuestra tienda online aquí: https://www.seedlawpr.com/tienda Únete a nuestra comunidad en YouTube aquí: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrQVqLXERkI Conoce más sobre el equipo que utilizamos para grabar video-podcasts aquí: https://bit.ly/kit_video-podcast ENLACES DE AFILIADOS: Es posible que esta descripción contenga enlaces de afiliados que te facilitan encontrar elementos, productos, o servicios, que se mencionan en este video-podcast y que nos benefician sin costo alguno para ti. Si bien nuestra plataforma puede ganar sumas mínimas cuando utilizas los enlaces, NO ESTÁS obligado de ninguna manera a usar estos enlaces. ¡Gracias por tu apoyo! © 2021 Seed Law & Alexiomar Rodriguez. Derechos Reservados. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/seedlawpr/message

Startist Society
45: Making & Selling Greeting Cards

Startist Society

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 37:01


This week Nikki interviews Laura about her experience with designing, making and selling greeting cards. Laura has been making handmade greeting cards for over 15 years and has professionally designed over 100  greeting cards for manufacturers and publishers in the craft industry. She believes there's something really special about receiving something handmade or custom printed in the mail, especially in the digital age that we're in. She shares some great tips and resources to help you get started if you want to make and sell greeting cards yourself this holiday season. TOPICS DISCUSSED: Laura shares how she got started making handmade greeting cards Her transition from hobbyist to professional greeting card designer for craft manufacturers and publications How she began selling her own card designs Types of greeting cards you can make and what sells well for the holidays - you might be surprised! What makes a greeting card design stand out Some of Laura's favorite card designers Recommended supplies for hand making and printing cards Standard greeting card sizes and shapes Packing and shipping your cards The quickest way to produce handmade cards Using purchased images vs illustrating your own  Turning finished original artwork into printed cards Using a print on demand service Pricing your cards Licensing your card designs to other companies Laura's plans for her own card designs Read the transcript and grab Laura's free greeting card resource download in the STARTIST SOCIETY SHOW NOTES: startistsociety.com/greetingcards JOIN THE STARTIST SOCIETY FB GROUP: facebook.com/groups/startistsociety/ FOLLOW STARTIST SOCIETY ON INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/startistsociety/ LIKE WHAT YOU HEAR? BUY US A COFFEE BOURBON: buymeacoffee.com/startistsociety/

The Profitable Musician Show
Finding Artistic Fulfillment While Monetizing Your Passion: Licensing Beats Online With Breana Marin

The Profitable Musician Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 23:13


A successful career in music is more than possible with so many avenues to express and profit from your creativity. One of these ways is through licensing beats online. Breana Marin is a singer-songwriter and the founder of Love Pulse Music, a collective of songwriters and producers specializing in curating music for TV and film. She's also one of the top-selling hook/songwriters on the beat-making platform, Beatstars. In this episode, Breana chats with Bree Noble to share how she found her way to licensing beats and how it's helped her earn a living while finding artistic fulfillment. She breaks down the process to explain just how licensing works. Tune in as Breana also shares how it paved the way for music and became a grassroots campaign for her career as an artist.

Series 7 Study Guide
2021 New Series 7 Top off Examination Sample Lesson 5 Section 1 Securities Act of 1933

Series 7 Study Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 42:25


New Series 7 Top off Examination Lesson Securities Act of 1933 This Series 7 Top off Examination Lesson is your fourth sample lesson of the 74 lesson full course. Securities Act of 1933 Series 7 Top off Examination Lesson on Securities act of 1933 Is very important make sure you understand it! This is the most comprehensive set of audio lessons which is available for the preparation to take the New Series 7 Top off Examination the course consists of 74 lessons which amounts to 32 hours and 27 min. in total length. Audio lessons are a supplement and not a substitute for the book learning that you should also be doing. Audio lessons simply allow you to learn comprehend and reinforce what you should also be learning through normal studying methods such as attending classes, reading books, and taking practice quizzes. Over the next several weeks I'm going to be sharing with you six sample lessons from the full audio course if you're interested in buying the full set of audio lessons click the links below. -------- The full table of contents for the Series 7 Top-Off Study Guide is located here New Series 7 Top-Off announcement As I said in an earlier podcast I have just finished producing 74 lessons that now make up the new series 7 study guide audio lessons and I am looking for reviewers who would get a discount to $69.99 from the list price which will be $119.99. If you are interested in being a reviewer write me an e-mail to the e-mail address which is revealed in the podcast. The New Series 7 Top- Off Study Guide Audio Lessons is a Total Length 32 hours 27 Min _____________________________ Before you may take the New Series 7 Exam (top off Series 7 Exam) you must also pass the SIE Exam and the audio lessons I have produced may help! The full table of contents for the Securities Industry Essentials Exam Podcast Audio Lessons for the SIE Exam is located here Effective October 1, 2018 Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) changed the licensing of those that wish to work in the financial services industry. There is now a required prerequisite for most of the Licensing tests and this is the Securities Industry Essentials Exam Securities Industry Essentials Exam is a new FINRA exam for prospective securities industry professionals. This introductory-level exam assesses a candidate's knowledge of basic securities industry information including concepts fundamental to working in the industry, such as types of products and their risks; the structure of the securities industry markets, regulatory agencies and their functions; and prohibited practices. Unlike the licensing exams such as the Series 4, 6, 7, 9, 10… which require the candidate to be employed by a member firm, Securities Industry Essentials Exam is open to anyone over the age of 18 including students and prospective candidates interested in demonstrating basic industry knowledge to potential employers. Association with a firm is not required, and individuals are permitted to take the exam before or after associating with a firm. Essentials exam results are valid for four years. Check out our podcast for the SIE Exam Here is a link to our other study products

Spot On Insurance
Ep. 238: Ursula Merten: Data: The Lifeline for Business

Spot On Insurance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 57:48


Apple Podcasts Rate and Review for SpotOn Ursula Merten is the Director of Insurance Strategy & Information at omni:us, a company that utilizes AI for cognitive claims management. As Director, she helps property and casualty insurance companies better understand the data they receive from clients and find ways to automate workflows in their organization. Ursula is also a self-described insurance nerd that's interested in how technology is continuously disrupting the industry while empowering women in business.  Ursula joins us today to discuss how AI can revolutionize the average insurance and claims process and why data is at the center of this disruption. She shares why she chose to pursue a career in insurance, the challenges of being a woman in a male-dominated industry, and how she found success. She describes the best way to get data from consumers and how the pandemic made data collection more accessible. Ursula also shares what she believes are the downsides of AI and what she wants newcomers to know before venturing into insurance. "AI can only learn from what the human tells it." - Ursula Merten Today on Spot On Insurance: Ursula's professional achievements and career experience over twenty years What Ursula dreamed of doing when she was young and when she joined insurance Ursula's experience in handling claims related to asbestos exposure What it was like being a young woman in a male-dominated industry Why Ursula was initially uncomfortable with negotiating salary and raises How men and women look at job qualifications differently Why being "annoying" with questions is the new way businesses base their data How the pandemic enacted changes that favored data collection The pros and cons of having rapid technological progress Ursula's advice to carriers and agencies on how they should start with data The pitfalls of AI and how they affected various industries Omni:us and the solutions they provide to the insurance industry Ursula's advice for newcomers in the industry How to be confident without being seen as arrogant Key Takeaways: Don't try to sell yourself without the claims to back it up. Previously, discarding legacy systems for newer systems was a scary investment in both time and money. Always ask your leaders how to move up in your career. Ursula Merten 's Best Babyback Ribs Recipe:   1 Slab of babyback ribs (make sure they are babyback ribs) Peel the membrain off the bone side of the rack Dry off the slab with a papertowel on both sides Coat the slab with olive oil both sides Put garlic powder on the bone side Flip over the slab and apply pork rub seasoning on meat side Heat the oven to 350 degrees Place the ribs on a metal flat pan and cook for 1.5 hours in the oven Pull the slab out of the oven and coat the top meat side of the slab with your favorite BBQ sauce Lay the slab on the grill (no pan) and smoke on a charcoal grill for ½ hour Pull off the grill and place back on the pan and let sit for 10 minutes Another weird thing:  we're part Chinese (my mom-Chinese/German) so we eat our ribs with rice and we actually put extra sauce in a metal pan in the oven with the ribs and mix some hot sauce in the BBQ sauce and let it caramelize in the oven because we take the extra sauce and put it on the rice. So yummy!!!! Enjoy  Connect with Ursula: Omni:us Ursula Merten on LinkedIn Ursula Merten on Twitter Email: ursula@omnius.com This episode was brought to you by….. Insurance Licensing Services of America (ILSA), America's Premier Insurance Compliance and Licensing experts. To learn more about ILSA and their services, visit ILSAinc.com. Connect, Learn, Share Thank you for joining us on this week's episode of Spot On Insurance. For more resources and episodes, visit SpotOnInsurance.com. Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Love what you're learning, Spot Light your review on Apple Podcasts Rate and Review For SpotOn and share your favorite episodes with friends and colleagues!

RNZ: Nine To Noon
Business commentator Rebecca Stevenson

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 15:44


Is West Auckland going to get a vote on the future of its booze monopoly?. Rebecca says West Auckland's alcohol monopoly looks set to be put to the vote with a community group delivering a petition with over 37,500 signatures to the Waitakere Licensing Trust last week.

Making It in The Toy Industry
#94: The Superhero That Sparked A Social Movement with Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez creator of La Borinqueña

Making It in The Toy Industry

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 48:22


Learn about outside-of-the-box thinking with the 2nd part of my interview with Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez, the creator of the hit comic La Borinqueña. In today's episode, Edgardo tell us how he got unique contract opportunities and came up with creative licensing deals, including chocolate bars and a toy deal!Edgardo also teaches everyone an important lesson about asking for what you want and how he was able to create opportunities that worked for him. This allowed him to create this amazing comic that is so much more than just a superhero story. It's become a symbol of social change and hope for Puerto Ricans. Listen to learn more about how Edgardo infused his values into his work and gave many different types of Puerto Ricans much needed representation in his comics. By the end of this episode I hope you will feel inspired to work on a project that has a piece of your identity or story in it, or just something that is close to your heart. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:For the links and resources mentioned in this episode, head over to the episode page at www.thetoycoach.com/94

Subscription Stories: True Tales from the Trenches
Building a Subscription Bundle to Better Deliver on Your Forever Promise with Tommy O'Hare, SVP of Outside

Subscription Stories: True Tales from the Trenches

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 40:20


Bundles are a hot topic right now and Outside+ is a fascinating example. A few months ago, the Outside Magazine organization announced they were welcoming 20 new publications including Trail Runner, Velo News and Yoga Journal to their family. More recently, they launched a suite of new features such as training plans & workouts, access to the Gaia GPS Premium app and discounts for outdoor events available with the new Outside+ membership. By bundling together content, discounts and other benefits, Outside is building a membership that more fully delivers on their promise to inspire active participation in the world outside I recently interviewed Tommy O’Hare, SVP Business Development and Licensing for Outside for the inaugural D2C Summit, a new conference I co-created with Global Media Association, FIPP, and want to share that conversation with you here on the podcast. In this conversation, he shared the journey of rolling up this bundle of benefits to support the goals and challenges of Outside’s most engaged members. I hope you enjoy it.

Java Off-Heap
OffHeap 66. Faster LTS releases? And A new Java license you say? How...peculiar

Java Off-Heap

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 70:36


So aside from being all giddy about Java 17 LTS release, we take now a deep dive on the changes that Oracle announced on their release schedule and Licensing. WANL (We are not Lawyers) but that didn't stop us from discussing what could it mean, and where would it go! Faster LTS, we are onboard. It's fun to be able to jump from LTS to LTS, but what does that mean for older releases and maintainability (as Oracle longstanding policy is to sunset the "oldest" of LTS when a new one comes out). We see the interesting dynamics on this with the new "Oracle No Fee Terms and Conditions", and what does that mean for Big Red's plan for our favorite programming language. In all, an interesting episode to pay attention to (and to know what's important). Like all Licenses, do talk to a real lawyer before adopting a new license (we really are just code monkeys that managed to wrestle a microphone). Or go with another Java open source binary provider on the standard licenses (Like Adoptium!) http://www.javaoffheap.com/datadog We thank DataDogHQ for sponsoring this podcast episode DO follow us on twitter @offheap http://www.twitter.com/offheap Events: SpringOne Videos Available https://springone.io/ EclipseCon - October 25-28 https://www.eclipsecon.org/2021 Jakarta One - December 7 https://jakartaone.org/ Jconf.dev - December 8 - 10 https://2021.jconf.dev/ The new Dev.java https://dev.java/ FooJay.io https://foojay.io/ Intellij Updates https://www.jetbrains.com/idea/whatsnew/ Netbeans 12.5 Released https://netbeans.apache.org/download/nb125/index.html Reactive Summit - November 2-3 https://www.reactivesummit.org/ Oracle Developer Live - October 26-27 https://developer.oracle.com/developer-live/java-innovations-sep-2021/ jChampions - January 2022 https://jchampionsconf.com/ DevNexus - April 2022 https://devnexus.org/ Java Is Still Free! https://medium.com/@javachampions/java-is-still-free-3-0-0-ocrt-2021-bca75c88d23b Oracle Java 17 Licenses https://www.oracle.com/java/technologies/javase/jdk-faqs.html  

Virtual Legality
Licensing Lessons w/ Sora, Smash Brothers, Disney, And More (VL554)

Virtual Legality

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 29:31


The final Super Smash Brothers Ultimate character has arrived! And it's non other than fan favorite Sora of the Disney/Square Enix game franchise Kingdom Hearts. But with so many intellectual property cooks in the kitchen, just how difficult was it to bring the character to life in a Nintendo exclusive? And how does the announcement itself hint at least some of the restrictions that may have been imposed on such a collaboration? Can there be a Kingdom Hearts without the Magic Kingdom? Fans point to yes...in Virtual Legality. CHECK OUT THE VIDEO AT: https://youtu.be/XpSqMXX8Zwo #Sora #Smash #Sora4Smash *** SUPPORTING THE CHANNEL PATREON - https://www.patreon.com/VirtualLegality STREAMLABS - https://streamlabs.com/richardhoeg STORE - https://teespring.com/stores/hoeg-law-store *** CHAPTERS 00:00 Introduction 02:43 Who Owns What 11:19 Practical Business 13:24 A Tricky Collaboration 16:00 The Licensor Review Process (Nomura) 18:23 A Distinct Lack of Disney 25:38 Sora Fans Speak/Conclusion *** Discussed in this Episode: "Super Smash Bros. Ultimate The Final Mr. Sakurai Presents Full Presentation" YouTube Video - October 5, 2021 - Gamespot https://youtu.be/eF8gwcGoD_o Halo Manual Reproduction https://halo.wiki.gallery/images/2/2a/HCE_Xbox_Manual.pdf Destiny Manual Reproduction https://dlassets-ssl.xboxlive.com/public/content/212b4dcb-549a-452b-9fe8-51748c1f7e07/GameManual/16388c79-e1ed-466e-b433-e027dfb8b6f7/en-US/index.html#article1236 Kingdom Hearts Manual Reproduction https://www.kingdomhearts.com/kh25manual/kingdom_hearts_25_manual_us.pdf Sample Development Agreement https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/711065/000119312512237264/d238010dex1066.htm "HMK asks about Sora's rights and his chances at being in Smash Bros." KHInsider Forum - May 20, 2018 https://www.khinsider.com/forums/index.php?threads/hmk-asks-about-soras-rights-and-his-chances-at-being-in-smash-bros.216412/ "Special message by Tetsuya Nomura..." Tweet - September 27, 2018 - Kingdom Hearts https://twitter.com/KINGDOMHEARTS/status/1045373292712988672 "They were very thorough and did a great job..." Tweet - October 5, 2021 - Kingdom Hearts https://twitter.com/KINGDOMHEARTS/status/1445413122148290562 "Sakurai has stated that Smash Bros. is a Video Game celebration..." Twitter Thread - October 5, 2021 - Eduardo Lamhut https://twitter.com/elamhut/status/1445399617751891974 *** "Virtual Legality" is a continuing series discussing the law, video games, software, and everything digital, hosted by Richard Hoeg, of the Hoeg Law Business Law Firm (Hoeg Law). CHECK OUT THE REST OF VIRTUAL LEGALITY HERE: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1zDCgJzZUy9YAU61GoW-00K0TJOGnPCo DISCUSSION IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND IS NOT TO BE CONSTRUED AS LEGAL ADVICE. INDIVIDUALS INTERESTED IN THE LEGAL TOPICS DISCUSSED IN THIS VIDEO SHOULD CONSULT WITH THEIR OWN COUNSEL. *** Twitter: @hoeglaw Web: hoeglaw.com

Spot On Insurance
Ep. 237: Lindsay Corran: Leveraging Social Media in a Traditional Industry

Spot On Insurance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 51:07


Apple Podcasts Rate and Review for SpotOn Lindsay Corran is the Creative Director at GeoVera, an insurance company that markets to catastrophe-exposed properties and areas focusing on earthquakes. As Creative Director, Lindsay is tasked to align creative vision with their company's business strategies, especially for property and casualty insurance brands. Lindsay's been with GeoVera for almost 22 years (since 1999), but her first job was for a company that made her their go-to operator for all concerns related to the infamous Y2K Bug. Lindsay joins us to discuss how she bridges the gap between the regular consumer and the complexities of getting earthquake insurance. She shares her previous work with managing a “Y2K Data Desk” in 1999 and why she didn't like working in insurance at the time. She describes how living in California made her curious about earthquake insurance and explains how agents are in danger of being eliminated as more companies are leaning towards direct-to-consumer programs. Lindsay also discusses how her social media skills have generated GeoVera a considerable following. "In social media, people don't want to follow companies, they want to follow people. And they want to engage with people." - Lindsay Corran Today on Spot On Insurance: Lindsay's career in the late '90s and her journey towards the insurance industry Lindsay's work as the manager of the Y2K Data Desk How Lindsay's parents made her pay for rent when she was a student The lessons Lindsay learned from the way her parents made life a bit hard for her How living in California made Lindsay become more interested in earthquake insurance Why Lindsay initially didn't like the idea of working for an insurance company What is the "disruption of distribution," and how it's about removing the agents What their company did to help keep agents at the forefront of insurance transactions The challenges of innovating in a traditional industry such as insurance The complexities involved in earthquake insurance How Lindsay plans on simplifying earthquake insurance for clients Lindsay's thrifting hobby and how it helps in her career Social media marketing and how Lindsay capitalized on it during the pandemic The new opportunities Lindsay is excited to see in the future of insurance Key Takeaways: 50% of people don't truly understand what they're buying when they get a homeowner's policy Earthquake insurance can be complex and difficult to wrap your mind around if you don't go through an agent Resources: Vinyl Consumption ITC Vegas 2021 Connect with Lindsay Corran: GeoVera Lindsay Corran on LinkedIn Email: lcorran@geovera.com Phone: (925) 212-8066 This episode was brought to you by….. Insurance Licensing Services of America (ILSA), America's Premier Insurance Compliance and Licensing experts. To learn more about ILSA and their services, visit ILSAinc.com Connect, Learn, Share Thank you for joining us on this week's episode of Spot On Insurance. For more resources and episodes, visit SpotOnInsurance.com. Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Love what you're learning, Spot Light your review on Apple Podcasts Rate and Review For SpotOn and share your favorite episodes with friends and colleagues!

Talkback
Would you support a licensing scheme for all bonfires on council land?

Talkback

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 44:17


Belfast City Council is to vote on a licensing scheme regulating bonfires on its land.

To Be Blunt: The Podcast for Cannabis Marketers
070 Branding Bud and The Commercialization of Cannabis with David Paleschuck

To Be Blunt: The Podcast for Cannabis Marketers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 51:58


“It's time for legalization. We are normalizing the plant and things are moving. And people are learning about it and educating themselves. And that's what's most important.” -  David PaleschuckWelcome back to the To Be Blunt podcast! In this episode, Shayda Torabi welcomes David Paleschuck, author and Founder of PALESCHUCK LLC, to expound his insights about branding for the cannacurious, attributes to a standout brand, and pointers to best serve our unique target demographic. [00:01 – 07:06] Shayda shares why October is special[07:07– 14:29] Cannabis Branding and David's Story on Cannabis [14:30 – 24:33] Brand Positioning  - More than Basic Benefit[24:34 – 38:54] Presenting a Standout Brand[38:55 – 49:09] Types of Consumers in the Cannabis Space[49:10 – 51:59] Food for Thought: How do you best serve your unique target demographic? With 15+ years of brand-building and consumer marketing experience serving American Express, MasterCard, PepsiCo, and Microsoft, David has participated in developing and marketing many of today's best-known brands. His career focus has been on brand strategy, brand development, brand management, and integrated marketing. He has developed, activated, and led comprehensive marketing programs designed to connect brands with relevant communities in consistent, credible, and meaningful ways. Since entering the cannabis industry in 2012, David has created profitable partnerships while working as the VP, Licensing & Brand Partnerships at DOPE Magazine and crafted award-winning, cannabis-infused products as the Chief Brand Officer at Evergreen Herbal. David is perhaps best known for his writings and thought-leadership on cannabis branding and marketing. His writings have been featured in Forbes, Kiplingers, The Brookings Institution, The Green Report, Green Entrepreneur, Dope Magazine, High Times, PROHBTD, Cannabis Dispensary Magazine, MG, The Cannabis Industry Journal, A Different Leaf, Skunk Magazine, and New Cannabis Ventures, among others. David's book, “Branding Bud: The Commercialization of Cannabis” – the first book on cannabis branding – released in April 2021 and ramped to be the #1 best-selling book on Amazon in the “Branding & Logo Design” and “Green Business” categories. As Founder of PALESCHUCK, LLC (www.paleschuck.com), David consults within the legal cannabis industry on product development, branding & brand licensing, positioning, packaging and promotions.Connect with DavidVisit www.brandingbud.com and follow him on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn @brandingbud Shayda Torabi has been called one of the most influential Women in WordPress and now she's one of the women leading the cannabis reformation conversation building one of Texas' premier CBD brands. She's currently the CEO and Co-Founder of RESTART CBD, a female-run education first CBD wellness brand. And has formerly held marketing positions at WP Engine and WebDevStudios. Shayda is the host of a podcast for cannabis marketers called To Be Blunt, where she interviews top cannabis brands on their most successful marketing initiatives. When Shayda's not building her cannabiz in Texas, you can find her on the road exploring the best hikes and spots for vegan ice cream. Follow Shayda at @theshaydatorabiKey Quote:“There's a key path that businesses need to take to transform into a brand.” -  Shayda TorabiSPONSORSHIP is brought to you by Restart CBD. Check them out for your CBD needsLEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to join me for episodes featuring some serious cannabis industry by sharing thisRESTART CBD RESTART CBD is an education first CBD wellness brand shipping nationwide. restartcbd.com

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
Major shake-up to Northern Ireland's alcohol sale licensing laws

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 5:31


Colin Neil, Chief Executive of the Hospitality Ulster group, on significant changes to Northern Ireland's pub licensing laws which come into force today

Music Tectonics
Licensing and Rights Monetization with Adrev's Jesse Worstell

Music Tectonics

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 41:03


This week, Dmitri Vietze sits down with artist Created Nor Destroyed, a.k.a. Jesse Worstell, VP of Business Development at Adrev, a Supernova Sponsor at the 2021 Music Tectonics Conference. As online video continues to grow its part of the music monetization pie, Dmitri gets a download of how this rights management company helps artists and rights holders claim content ownership and identify how and when content is being used online. With content ID scan integration, Adrev allows production music libraries like APM, Warner Music Chapel, and Fox Music monetize their music catalogs on YouTube and beyond. Find out how Adrev's latest product Licensease is streamlining the verification and licensing system for content creators and rights holders. Plus: find out what Jesse is most looking forward to at the 2021 Music Tectonics Conference. All  on this week's episode.   The Music Tectonics podcast goes beneath the surface of the music industry to explore how technology is changing the way business gets done. Visit MusicTectonics.com to learn more, and find us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Let us know what you think!

Series 7 Study Guide
2021 New Series 7 Top off Examination Lesson 4 Section 1 Option Communication and Disclosures

Series 7 Study Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 30:47


New Series 7 Top off Examination Lesson 4 Section 1 Option Communication and Disclosures This is your third sample lesson of the 74 lesson full course. This is the most comprehensive set of audio lessons which is available for the preparation to take the New Series 7 Top off Examination the course consists of 74 lessons which amounts to 32 hours and 27 min. in total length. Audio lessons are a supplement and not a substitute for the book learning that you should also be doing. Audio lessons simply allow you to learn comprehend and reinforce what you should also be learning through normal studying methods such as attending classes, reading books, and taking practice quizzes. Over the next several weeks I'm going to be sharing with you six sample lessons from the full audio course if you're interested in buying the full set of audio lessons click the links below. -------- The full table of contents for the Series 7 Top-Off Study Guide is located here New Series 7 Top-Off announcement As I said in an earlier podcast I have just finished producing 74 lessons that now make up the new series 7 study guide audio lessons and I am looking for reviewers who would get a discount to $69.99 from the list price which will be $119.99. If you are interested in being a reviewer write me an e-mail to the e-mail address which is revealed in the podcast. The New Series 7 Top- Off Study Guide Audio Lessons is a Total Length 32 hours 27 Min _____________________________ Before you may take the New Series 7 Exam (top off Series 7 Exam) you must also pass the SIE Exam and the audio lessons I have produced may help! The full table of contents for the Securities Industry Essentials Exam Podcast Audio Lessons for the SIE Exam is located here Effective October 1, 2018 Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) changed the licensing of those that wish to work in the financial services industry. There is now a required prerequisite for most of the Licensing tests and this is the Securities Industry Essentials Exam Securities Industry Essentials Exam is a new FINRA exam for prospective securities industry professionals. This introductory-level exam assesses a candidate's knowledge of basic securities industry information including concepts fundamental to working in the industry, such as types of products and their risks; the structure of the securities industry markets, regulatory agencies and their functions; and prohibited practices. Unlike the licensing exams such as the Series 4, 6, 7, 9, 10… which require the candidate to be employed by a member firm, Securities Industry Essentials Exam is open to anyone over the age of 18 including students and prospective candidates interested in demonstrating basic industry knowledge to potential employers. Association with a firm is not required, and individuals are permitted to take the exam before or after associating with a firm. Essentials exam results are valid for four years. Check out our podcast for the SIE Exam Here is a link to our other study products

Spot On Insurance
Ep. 236: Dustyne Bryant: Make the Most of Your CEs

Spot On Insurance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 61:18


Apple Podcasts Rate and Review for SpotOn Dustyne Bryant is an independent insurance agent advocate and licensed insurance agent. She is the Personal Lines Academic Director for The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research, one of the country's best sources of continuing education credits for insurance and risk management professionals. Dustyne is also the host of the Awkward Insurance podcast, a show that talks about the everyday struggles of those in the field. Dustyne joins us to discuss the benefits of pursuing continuing education and how to separate yourself from those who take the same CE courses that everyone else takes. She shares how her passion for personal conversations led her to find success in the insurance industry and the benefits of obtaining multiple designations. She explains how their company markets to high school students to generate interest in working in the insurance industry. Dustyne also shares her experience as a podcast host and what inspired the name of her show. "The best situation for our industry is growth and being able to look ahead." - Dustyne Bryant Today on Spot On Insurance: How Dustyne wound up working in the insurance industry Why Dustyne knew being a nurse was not her path How her passion for personal conversations helped her find success in insurance Dustyne's advice for agents regarding their CEs Why you shouldn't take the easiest path in your CEs The subscription to the National Alliance for Education & Research and the courses they offer The benefits of having multiple designations in insurance How Dustyne's company markets to high school students Dustyne's advice to insurance agencies who are looking to expand through employment Dustyne's thoughts on previous hard markets and the one we have right now What it's like hosting a podcast and why it's called Awkward Insurance Key Takeaways: CEs can be used to market yourself to the world. Having the same designations as the next agent won't help you stand out. Connect with Dustyne Bryant: The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research Awkward Insurance Podcast The National Alliance Academic Directors Email: dbryant@scic.com This episode was brought to you by….. Insurance Licensing Services of America (ILSA), America's Premier Insurance Compliance and Licensing experts. To learn more about ILSA and their services, visit ILSAinc.com. Connect, Learn, Share Thank you for joining us on this week's episode of Spot On Insurance. For more resources and episodes, visit SpotOnInsurance.com. Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Love what you're learning, Spot Light your review on Apple Podcasts Rate and Review For SpotOn and share your favorite episodes with friends and colleagues!

EconRx
Testing Woes & Ivermectin

EconRx

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 52:38


After explaining a HORRENDOUS mistake made recently by the NABP and the oversight of NAPLEX testing that affected one of our own, we decided it's high time we dove into the controversy around the use of ivermectin against COVID-19. Social media and mainstream news can be confusing, so we tried to summarize while sticking to what is known. If we missed something, please let us know! email: econrxpodcast@gmail.com Twitter/Instagram: @EconRx LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/econrx Website: https://econrx.libsyn.com/

Two Lawyers Talk College Sports
Season 3: Episode 6 Jose Eskenazi (Assoc. AD of Strategic Planning/Social Media/Branding at USC), how USC is navigating NIL rules & Pac12 media agreements; Georgia Tech NCAA violation; AP's picks!

Two Lawyers Talk College Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 47:46


In this episode, we interview Jose Eskenazi, the Associate AD at USC (Strategic Partnerships, Social/Video Brand & Licensing). We talk to him about his background and how he ended up back at USC. We discuss NIL rules, coaching search, how USC is navigating the new NCAA landscape, and Pac12 media rights. We also discuss recent NIL deal with all the women athletes at BYU. In our rules education section, we talk about a recent NCAA CARA violation at Georgia Tech. Lastly, after going 4-0 last week in his picks, will AP follow up with another 4-0 week? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/twolawyers/message

The Broman Podcast
The Broman Podcast 139 ft. Jason Bischoff

The Broman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 63:04


Ben is joined by Jason Bischoff, Director of Licensing at Funko Pop, to discuss branding, working with large companies, cool factor, and more!Gaming Community Expo '21 Tickets and Information: https://www.gcxevent.com/ Giveaways here: https://loot.raredrop.co/Join the Loot Pool:https://patreon.com/raredropBroman and Rare Drop merch now available here:https://shop.raredrop.co/Love Coffee? Check out Kings Coast Coffee Co.:https://kingscoast.coffeeFollow me on Twitch:ProfessorBromanFollow me on Twitter:@ProfessorBromanFollow me on Insta:ProfessorBromanSubscribe on YouTube:Broman

Glorious Professionals
051 - Malaika Underwood - USA National Team Baseball Player and Senior VP of Licensing at OneTeam Partners

Glorious Professionals

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 78:19


“Every time I thought this might be the end, it showed up again.” Malaika Underwood joins Jason and Emily for a very friendly Episode 051 to talk about her athletic career and the future she hopes to see in youth and professional sports. Born and raised in San Diego, playing freely with a gaggle of neighborhood kids, Malaika says baseball -- not softball -- found her and became a lifelong love. She dreamed of being a professional player, “the first,” as opportunities for girls and women in baseball were rare to nonexistent.  She wrote to coaches to find a potential spot on a High School team -- not for special treatment, just for fair chance. Malaika talks about her competitiveness and stubbornness, along with the support of her parents, helping to deal with the weight of constantly having to prove herself -- “to be perfect” -- as the only girl on the team. Although baseball was her passion, her athleticism in volleyball earned her a place as a recruited scholarship athlete at UNC Chapel Hill. She talks about the struggle and culture shock of that transition as well as the relief of not being “the only.” When she found the USA Baseball Team in 2006 -- having not played competitively for 7 years but staying involved in the game as coach and mentor -- the loneliness she had always felt on the diamond gave way to playing on a field of other women (an experience common to most of them). She is now the longest-tenured player on a USA Baseball National Team, male or female.  She has earned five Women's Baseball World Cup medals, as well as two Women's Baseball World Cup All-Tournament Team selections.  Malaika is also wife to Chris, mother to Birdie and Kit, author, and professional in the sports arena, spending her time and talents to support college athletes as the NCAA landscape changes. She speaks about the importance of free-play for kids, carving a path for girls and women into professional baseball, and the aspirational steps needed to get there. The conversation covers a lot of ground in sports from large personalities to the history of softball, and throughout there is a love of the game and appreciation for the power of team sport. Links: “Birdie Can Too!” by Malaika Underwood USA Baseball Discrepancy in NCAA Basketball Tournaments Coverage and in 2021 Tournaments Facilities “In Search of Greatness” Learn more about GORUCK  Glorious Professionals podcast website

Today in Health IT
Deep Dive on Cross State Licensing for Telehealth

Today in Health IT

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 10:22


Why can't doctors practice telemedicine across state lines. That is a simple question with a complex answer. Today we explore this concept in depth. 

Spot On Insurance
Ep. 235: Erik Mitisek: Highwing: Go Faster, Go Further

Spot On Insurance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 47:05


Apple Podcasts Rate and Review for SpotOn Erik Mitisek is the CEO of Highwing, the first open data platform for commercial insurance. They provide brokers new and innovative tools that can improve the process while enhancing the customer experience. Erik is also the host of the Zoom Into Insurance podcast, a show that brings insurance professionals together to discuss the many innovations in the industry and the future of insurance.  Erik joins us to discuss how Highwing's open data platform puts them ahead of the competition. He describes what it was like growing up in Colorado and why he focused on establishing a company in the insurance industry. He explains how open data architecture works, the benefits of having an open data platform in your company, and shares his thoughts on how the industry will function after the pandemic. Erik also describes what it's like to host his own podcast about insurance and how a company's leadership impacts its ability to thrive. "If we all collectively build towards a common set of standards and outputs, the ability for systems, people, and markets to connect not only becomes scalable - it becomes exponential." - Eric Mitisek Today on Spot On Insurance: Eric's educational degree and why he never really left Colorado Why Eric's entrepreneurial spirit brought him to insurance The problem Eric wanted to address when he started his company The platform HighWing offers and how it works through open data architecture How open data platforms can speed up innovation and efficiency The complex nature of insurance and the new systems that can make it simpler What the future of insurance will look like if open data platforms become mainstream Eric's thoughts on how the insurance industry will function post-pandemic Defining leadership and how it makes a company thrive and accelerate Why the industry is having difficulty embracing technological innovations over legacy systems What Eric does outside of HighWing to support the Colorado citizens How API can connect everything in the world Thoughts on the upcoming InsurTech Connect conference Key Takeaways: Old and new insurance companies should be comfortable with taking more risks regarding the use of new systems and tools. The largest CRM platform in the world, SalesForce, is rooted deeply in connectivity and application infrastructure. Resources Mentioned: Ep. 110: The Godfather of Insuretech InsurTech Connect Connect with Eric Mitisek: Highwing LinkedIn Twitter This episode was brought to you by….. Insurance Licensing Services of America (ILSA), America's Premier Insurance Compliance and Licensing experts. To learn more about ILSA and their services, visit ILSAinc.com. Connect, Learn, Share Thank you for joining us on this week's episode of Spot On Insurance. For more resources and episodes, visit SpotOnInsurance.com. Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Love what you're learning, Spot Light your review on Apple Podcasts Rate and Review For SpotOn and share your favorite episodes with friends and colleagues!

The Stoned Age Potcast
David Paleschuck, Cannabis Brand & Licensing Consultant, Author & Host

The Stoned Age Potcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021


Thinking about starting a business in the cannabis industry? Do you know how to separate your business from all the rest or who your target audience is? If you don't, we highly suggest watching our interview with David Paleschuck Author of Branding Bud. An in depth book that covers all the bases for branding bud. Lol David has a deep background in branding and has worked for some of the biggest company names such as Pepsi, American Express, and XBox to name a few. When he was younger he was a professional skate boarder, and he also owned an art gallery in New York. I mention all this bc he never thought he would be where he is at today or be an author of a best selling book. He used his skill set and developed his own consulting company in the cannabis space and wrote his book. He said to VACA that he is the happiest he has ever been with the career path he is on, we think the universe has a lot to do with that. You never know what life will bring you, so live happy and shoot for the stars. If you fail at something it's ok, pick yourself back up and try again. If you want to save yourself a lot of time and money starting a brand, get ahold of David he has the experience and expertise to get you where you want to be. Interview is available in video or audio. @thestonedagepotcast Host VACA @azpotcast & Co host JROC @jroclive check out our Sponsor's @wearehighgradeaz & @azstickysaguaro two of the best in AZ. #knowledgeiskey #branding #brandingbud #brand #weedbrand #howtobrand #branding101 #author #writer #host #consultant #educator #startingabusiness #businessowners #entrepreneur #targetaudience #successful #bookwriter #read #bestseller #elevatehigher #thestonedagepotcast #wehighlysuggest #highlife #cannabisbranding

Real Biz Talk with Rachel Brenke
Why to Leverage Commercial Licensing for Extra Income [For Photogs]

Real Biz Talk with Rachel Brenke

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 14:43


I love helping other entrepreneurs.  Business to Business. . .YES, please!  I thrive off helping others get a piece of that entrepreneurship pie.  And this, this is why I love adding commercial photography into my business and why I think you should too. As photographers, we know how important visual imagery is.  We are not just selling photography, but a feeling, the aesthetic, the image for the brand.  Many business owners are not embracing the importance of visual imagery, but most likely, they don't know where to start.  My friend, this is where you come in.Let me break it down for you as to why I believe you can easily bring commercial photography to your biz and why you absolutely should.⠀⠀1. You already have clients. You may have a client (or two) that you take family photos for each year.  Maybe they're a doctor, a lawyer, or a small shop owner.  Cross market!  They already know your work.  They already trust you with their personal photography needs.  Talk to them about what you could do for their business.  When you already have them in the door, they're more likely to buy from you.2. You are an authority as a biz owner – you can guide them and be the go-to in commercial photography.  I know, I know – you're thinking “I don't want to be a coach”, but you already do this as a portrait photographer.  You're already giving tips on style, locations, props, etc.  You have the knowledge to show business owners why photography and imagery is so important, what commercial licensing means, what to use or not to use on social, etc.  ⠀3. The potential income from commercial photography is HUGE!  You can charge more for copyright transfer, or an extensive commercial license.  Some business owners are just going to want all the things – well guess what – you get all the payment! 4. You already have the skills.  Product photography, headshots, marketing, etc.  These are things that you've already been doing all along in a round about way, i.e., think shoes, rings, flowers, setting up flat lays, etc. (wedding photographers) or appliances, furniture, etc., (real estate photographers).  You just haven't been selling to vendors.  The market for this is huge and the possibilities are endless.⠀⠀⠀5. You should have multiple revenue streams.  If the last year and a half has taught us anything, it has proven that we need to have multiple avenues for income.  In a world where many were scrambling to supplement their lost income, those that already had other avenues were able to refocus their efforts.  Utilize the skills you already have and see there is more money to be made.So, there you have it.  This is your opportunity to stand out among other photographers simply by offering commercial photography, making more money and making an impact while you do it.

Highlights from Moncrieff
Licensing Law Changes...

Highlights from Moncrieff

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 11:26


Robbie Kitt, DJ and Spokesperson for Give Us The Night, joined Sean on the show... Listen and subscribe to Moncrieff on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or Spotify.    Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App.     You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.

Today with Claire Byrne
Modernising Licensing Laws

Today with Claire Byrne

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 6:00


Gabija Gataveckaite, Political Reporter with the Irish Independent

ART + MAGIC
31. Licensing, Claiming the Artist Title + Finding Your Own Path | K'era Morgan

ART + MAGIC

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 54:29


I love stories that showcase versatility in how humans find their way to art and make it their job. K'era is definitely one of those stories! Considering art her “second act,” she started with a career PR and later found her way to fine art, design and textiles. We get into what that journey has entailed, the practical side of licensing and getting her products into stores, owning the title of artist for herself and much more. I highly recommend this episode for that always-needed dose of “there's no one right way to do it, there's only your way.” Not to mention, if you're interested in textiles, home decor and/or making functional products--you'll learn a TON from K'era. We talked about… Her winding road from working PR to becoming a working artist The power of PR, awareness and getting your work in front of people The practical steps K'era took to get her products into stores How K'era got into licensing and what she's learned in the process Claiming ownership over the title of “artist” + and balancing design and fine art in her brand Advice for carving out your own artist route Much more! FOLLOW K'ERA www.k-apostrophe.com IG: @k_apostrophe SUPPORT THE SHOW Visit patreon.com/devonwalz for exclusive bonus episodes each month FOLLOW THE SHOW @artandmagicpodcast @devonwalzart www.devonwalz.com

The Young Jurks
Cambridge City Councilor Quinton Zondervan on reparations, restitution and economic empowerment exclusivity for cannabis licensing

The Young Jurks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 76:27


The Young Jurks live with guest, Cambridge City Councilor Quinton Zondervan discussing reparations, restitution, and economic empowerment exclusivity for cannabis licensing, Revolutionary Clinics, the MPAA (rent a patient group), and much more --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theyoungjurks/support

Spot On Insurance
Ep. 234: Kenny Urbania: The Agency Cluster: The Benefits of Joining an Alliance

Spot On Insurance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 27:12


Apple Podcasts Rate and Review for SpotOn Kenny Urbania is the CEO of The Agency Collective, a company that helps various insurance agents become new independent agencies. Their services include access to educational tools, lead conversion training, and customer retention strategies. Kenny has over 25 years of experience as an agent, starting his career as a scratch agent. He also established the LifeGOAT platform, where agents can answer questions that automatically generate quotes sent to various carriers. Kenny joins us to describe how The Agency Collective supports individual agents in their goal of becoming independent agencies and discusses the perks of being a member, especially with regards to commissions. He explains how their onboarding process works and how the pandemic boosted their membership program. Kenny also discusses how the LifeGOAT platform works and why it's a game-changer for agents in the industry. "The bottomline is: we're all partners in this together. Whatever helps the agents grow their revenue is our goal." - Kenny Urbania Today on Spot On Insurance: How being in construction led Kenny to work in the insurance industry The advantages agency principals have when they join the Agency Collective Some of the things agency principals need to keep in mind when joining networks What sets Agency Collective apart from other clusters The enrollment process when agents try to join the Agency Collective Why they never touch the commissions that agents make How the pandemic became a blessing for their group What they learned about themselves throughout COVID-19 The "incubator" setup for new agencies The meaning behind the term LifeGOAT The goal of their webinars series Who are "ROAD" agents, and how they designed their business model around them Life lessons Kenny learned in the Coast Guard that he applied in his work in insurance Key Takeaways: New agents and agencies would do well to be well acquainted with the latest tools and technologies, especially now when everyone is trying to do work remotely. Just because you have experience in a different industry doesn't mean you can't work in insurance. Connect with Kenny Urbania: The Agency Collective Email: kenny@theagencycluster.com Phone: (440) 478-7700 This episode was brought to you by….. Insurance Licensing Services of America (ILSA), America's Premier Insurance Compliance and Licensing experts. To learn more about ILSA and their services, visit ILSAinc.com. Connect, Learn, Share Thank you for joining us on this week's episode of Spot On Insurance. For more resources and episodes, visit SpotOnInsurance.com. Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Love what you're learning, Spot Light your review on Apple Podcasts Rate and Review For SpotOn and share your favorite episodes with friends and colleagues!

Series 7 Study Guide
2021 Series 7 Top-Off Exam Lesson 10 Underwritings

Series 7 Study Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 23:06


Series 7 Top -Off Exam Lesson 10 Underwritings: Sample This is a sample of Lesson 10 Underwritings   The Series 7 Top-Off Study Guide Audio Lessons for the New Series 7 Exam is the most comprehensive set of audio lessons which is available for the preparation to take the New Series 7 Top off Examination the course consists of 74 lessons which amounts to 32 hours and 27 min. in total length. Audio lessons are a supplement and not a substitute for the book learning that you should also be doing. Audio lessons simply allow you to learn comprehend and reinforce what you should also be learning through normal studying methods such as attending classes, reading books, and taking practice quizzes.   The full table of contents for the Series 7 Top-Off Study Guide is located here The New Series 7 Top- Off Study Guide Audio Lessons is 74 lessons and a Total Length 32 hours 27 Min   The full table of contents for the Securities Industry Essentials Exam Podcast Audio Lessons for the SIE Exam is located here Effective October 1, 2018 Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) changed the licensing of those that wish to work in the financial services industry. There is now a required prerequisite for most of the Licensing tests and this is the Securities Industry Essentials Exam Securities Industry Essentials Exam is a new FINRA exam for prospective securities industry professionals. This introductory-level exam assesses a candidate's knowledge of basic securities industry information including concepts fundamental to working in the industry, such as types of products and their risks; the structure of the securities industry markets, regulatory agencies and their functions; and prohibited practices. Unlike the licensing exams such as the Series 4, 6, 7, 9, 10… which require the candidate to be employed by a member firm, Securities Industry Essentials Exam is open to anyone over the age of 18 including students and prospective candidates interested in demonstrating basic industry knowledge to potential employers. Association with a firm is not required, and individuals are permitted to take the exam before or after associating with a firm. Essentials exam results are valid for four years. Check out our podcast for the SIE Exam Here is a link to our other study products

The Music Biz Weekly
Ep. 489 How To Approach Publicity and Synch Licensing

The Music Biz Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 32:03


We are joined by Jennifer Yeko from True Talent PR. Jennifer is a publicist that specializes in music and synch licensing. She also has a background in artist management. We walk through the importance of a strong narrative to rise above the clutter of over 70,000 tracks being release each day and 75 million already […]

All Things Substance
Licensing for Therapists

All Things Substance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 56:40


Today on the Student Edition we are covering licensing and answering questions like: What should I know about licensing before I graduate? How do I find out what the state requires? What else should I make sure I know about licensing? It'll seem overwhelming at first, but stick with me! I promise it'll all make sense in the end. 

Speak Your Way To Cash
122: Your Legal Strategy Could Tank Your Legacy - 3 Warnings For Creative Powerhouses & Driven CEOs

Speak Your Way To Cash

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 57:45


In this solo episode Ashley will give you amazing gems to build your confidence to the point to not be intimidated by huge opportunities and avoid working with the wrong people.In this solo episode Ashley covers:•Licensing, Royalties and Monetization Strategies.•Making decisions for the permanence not for the price.•Meaningful insights from her corporate experience when negotiating big deals; and much more!Attend Speak Your Way To Cash Live 2021: speakyourwaytocash.com/event-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------To Apply For Ashley's Private Training For Speakers: https://www.ashleynicolekirkwood.com/... To learn more about Ashley and join her mailing list head here: https://www.ashleynicolekirkwood.com/... To learn more about Mobile General Counsel and book your legal audit head here: https://www.mobilegeneralcounsel.com/... To register for Mobile General Counsel's complimentary holiday party head here: http://ashleynicolekirkwood.com/holid... About Ashley: If you ever meet Ashley Kirkwood in-person you will feel her energy! She has a magnetic personality and truly cares for her clients! After graduating from Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law with honors, she started her career at one of the largest law firms in the world, Kirkland & Ellis LLP. While there, she tried cases on behalf of large insurance companies. She also landed in the pages of the American Lawyer after a hard-won victory in a federal civil rights jury trial! Soon after that trial, Ashley left Kirkland to work at another large law firm where she represented employers in employment discrimination and sexual harassment cases. It was there that Ashley decided that she wanted to represent emerging businesses in order to help them bulletproof their businesses! Ashley makes her expertise accessible by providing legal products for the busy entrepreneur! She frequently provides legal trainings open to all via her Facebook and Instagram accounts. She also has do-it-yourself legal classes such as Clapback with Contracts and Get The Tea On Trademarks! You might catch Ashley serving as an on-air legal correspondent for a local Chicago television network or speaking at a college or corporation! Ashley is committed not just to entrepreneurs, but also to students. She and her husband, Chris, run a nonprofit, The Kirkwood Foundation, where they teach students on Chicago's West Side about high paying legal, medical and STEM careers. Whether Ashley is advocating for a billion dollar business or a solopreneur, she gives it all she's got!

Coding Blocks
Docker Licensing, Career and Coding Questions

Coding Blocks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021


Some things just require discussion, such as Docker's new licensing, while Joe is full of it, Allen *WILL* fault them, and Michael goes on the record.

Artrepreneurs
Todd Bigelow: Licensing for Life

Artrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 90:21


EP 37:  Understanding and practicing sound image licensing techniques can be very frustrating to many photographers.  With rising WFH contracts and limited education on controlling image rights, we often find ourselves asking "is it even worth trying?".  In today's episode, we talk with freelance photographer, educator, and author, Todd Bigelow about the essentials of building a strong licensing workflow; from copyrights to archiving to rights-managed terms.  TODD BIGELOWwww.toddbigelowphotography.com      The Business of Photography WorkshopTwitter        Youtube   Freelancer's Guide to Success (Book) Artrepreneurs:@artrepreneurspodHave a question that you want answered on the show?  Get featured on the podcast by going to speakpipe.com/artrepreneurs and record your question! Cradoc Foto Software Stock and assignment photography pricing, image keywording, and photo business management software.Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/artrepreneurs)

Confident Creators Show
Episode 042 - How to Get Started with Art Licensing with Loomiere Co

Confident Creators Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 58:55


Having multiple income streams is crucial for creatives if you want to build a sustainable business. Art Licensing is one piece of the income stream pie. However, it's not as easy as everyone thinks! But just like anything in the creative world, just because it's challenging doesn't mean it's not profitable. Art Licensing can be profitable for you if you do it right. So if you want to get started and know more about it, listen to this episode as Loomier Co's Katie and Ilana shares their knowledge and experience about this topic. What You'll Learn From This Episode:How connecting with other artists can result in blossoming friendship and business partnershipsWhat is Art Licensing aboutHow does one get started with selling artwork for licensingHow does one make a sustainable business with art licensingMore Business Tips and Resources:Visit my website: https://myedeleon.comFollow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/myedeleon/Join the Successful Creative Entrepreneurs Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/successfulcreativeentrepreneurs

Tech Transfer IP
Nine Points to Consider in Licensing University Technology with Kathy Ku

Tech Transfer IP

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 34:21


Throughout her amazing career, today's guest has had a huge impact on the Tech Transfer community and continues to do so today. Kathy Ku has been working in Tech Transfer since the 1980s and in this episode she shares her unique journey describing her career moves as “happenstance.”  Kathy is the Chief Licensing Advisor in the Palo Alto office of Wilson Sonsini. She is also a member of the technology transactions and the patents and innovations practice groups. She is an internationally recognized leader in the field of Technology Transfer. She served as the Executive Director of Stanford University's Office of Technology Licensing for 27 years. During that period OTL licensed hundreds of new technologies, bringing in $1.8 billion, most of which went back to support research and education at Stanford. Kathy also spearheaded the development and implementation of nine principles related to university technology licensing. The principles are set forth in a document entitled “In the Public Interest: Nine Points to Consider in Licensing University Technology.” More than 120 institutions have adopted the principles since they were published in 2007. Those principles are discussed in this episode to help provide understanding of what Tech Transfer should look like and what is important to consider. Kathy also shares her experience with the Bayh-Dole Coalition and her dedication to AUTM.   In This Episode: [02:47] - Kathy shares her happenstance journey to working in Tech Transfer after an eclectic career. [04:21] - She is a chemical engineer by education but also is very familiar with patents. [06:56] - Kathy retired in 2018 with plans to travel but explains her change in plans after being offered a position she couldn't refuse. [08:21] - Shifting from Stanford to a law firm, Kathy shares how the transition has been for her. [10:04] - Kathy describes the changes in Tech Transfer and how people can now aspire to work in Tech Transfer as a career. [13:38] - Kathy and a team put together a “pledge of allegiance” of nine points to follow for Tech Transfer offices. [14:05] - The first principle is that universities should reserve the right to practice licensed inventions and allow other non-profit organizations to use them as well. [14:44] - The second principle is to structure licenses to encourage development. [15:27] - The third principle is to minimize the licensing of future improvements. [16:52] - Faculty start-ups can be more challenging to manage. [17:23] - Another principle is to have broad access to research tools. [18:29] - Be sure that universities are complying with export regulations. [18:58] - The next principle is to be mindful of the implications of working with patent aggregators. [20:01] - The ninth point is for universities to be mindful of unmet needs. [21:19] - The success of licensing inventions depends on a lot of factors outside of the control of the licensing office. [22:11] - Kathy believes that Tech Transfer should not just be about the money. [23:06] - Kathy describes her work with the Bayh-Dole Coalition. [24:30] - What happens when you don't have patent exclusivity? [25:51] - Kathy addresses President Biden's recent executive order. [27:43] - There are many things that Tech Transfer offices are doing right regarding equal representation. But women are less likely than men to be involved in startups. [29:51] - Kathy was a part of AUTM from the beginning and shares her experience as president and the impact it has had. [31:34] - AUTM meetings are great because all Tech Transfer offices deal with the same problems. Rather than competing, it is all about working together. [32:40] - Kathy shares her pride for her career and the impact of Tech Transfer.   Find Kathy: Email Wilson Sonsini - Kathy H. KuLinkedIn Bayh-Dole Coalition  

Flip the Switch by EngageMint
College Leaders | Catering to Wants and Needs of Fans w/ Eric Nichols

Flip the Switch by EngageMint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 51:04


Joining us on today's episode is Eric Nichols, the Senior Associate Athletics Director for Marketing and Branding/Chief Marketing Officer at the University of South Carolina. Nichols oversees Marketing, Digital and Social Media, and the University band and spirit programs as well as serving as the primary liaison for Licensing, merchandise sales, and outsourced entities including IMG for multimedia rights and IMG/Learfield Ticket Solutions for outbound sales.Eric and David discuss innovation around customer and employee experience within college athletics. From some of the changes South Carolina has been working on over the pandemic and are now launching this year at their football stadium,  to renovated club areas and utilizing data and KPIs for your staff, Eric breaks down all the way in which he looks to innovate the college athletics space for his team. -----Show Notes3:07      New Club Spaces at Gamecock Football Games10:08   The South Carolina Tailgate Experience13:04    Beer Caves and Convenient Store Concession Stands17:17   How to Scale Empathy19:22   Using Data to Increase Staffing and Resources26:21   Setting KPIs and a Vision for Your Staff 31:43   Lessons from South Carolina Culture Surveys35:10   Facilitating Teamwork and Rewarding Your Employees37:12   Deepening Connections with Gamecock Fans41:53   Bridging the Ticketing and Licensing Spending Gap44:56   Eric's Billboard-----

Spot On Insurance
Ep. 233: John Wales: Writing & Binding in Under 5 Minutes

Spot On Insurance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 40:54


Apple Podcasts Rate and Review for SpotOn John Wales is the General Manager of CoverWallet for Agents, a product offered by CoverWallet. CoverWallet is the easiest way for a business to manage, buy, and understand commercial insurance. John has over 20 years of experience in the financial and insurance industry, with milestones including starting and growing companies to multi-million dollar valuations. John is also a music enthusiast, having voluntary experience as a music arranger for the Los Angeles Youth Arts. John joins us to discuss what CoverWallet offers small and medium-sized businesses and how agents can benefit from CoverWallet for Agents. He discusses his passion for music, his DMA in Composition, and his experience in the music industry. He explains the potential losses a company can incur if a cybersecurity breach compromises its data. He discusses how commercial insurance writing is complex and how CoverWallet can make the process easier. John also shares his thoughts on the pandemic and what he believes we need to do as a country to get back on our feet as soon as possible.  "Writing commercial insurance and tailoring it to that specific small business is an intense process." - John Wales Today on Spot On Insurance: John's music education and how he compares an orchestra to business management Why John's first insurance agency was not successful How John found his passion for commercial insurance How listening can benefit insurance agents more How CoverWallet is reinventing commercial insurance for small and medium-sized businesses John's thoughts on cybersecurity insurance and security breaches How much it would cost a company to be attacked by hackers Why agents should look up CoverWallet for Agents when fulfilling cyber liability coverage Why commercial insurance writing is complex The benefits of CoverWallet's cyber liability product How COVID-19 affected their company's goals and priorities What John believes we can do to help each other during these chaotic times When John's podcast will launch and what it will be about Key Takeaways: 43% of all cyber breaches happened to one or two owner companies. Almost 50% of the losses are happening to small companies who can't afford the loss. For small businesses, cybersecurity is one of the biggest challenges. Connect with John Wales: CoverWallet The Insurance Huddle Facebook Group LinkedIn Email: john.wales@thecoverwallet.com This episode was brought to you by….. Insurance Licensing Services of America (ILSA), America's Premier Insurance Compliance and Licensing experts. To learn more about ILSA and their services, visit ILSAinc.com. Connect, Learn, Share Thank you for joining us on this week's episode of Spot On Insurance. For more resources and episodes, visit SpotOnInsurance.com. Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Love what you're learning, Spot Light your review on Apple Podcasts Rate and Review For SpotOn and share your favorite episodes with friends and colleagues!

Aca-Education Podcast with Justin Glodich
Episode 47: Composer Roger Emerson

Aca-Education Podcast with Justin Glodich

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 56:44


On this episode of Aca-Education, Justin talks with composer Roger Emerson. With over 500 choral titles in print and over 15 million copies in circulation, Roger talks about his career as a music educator and composer, offers advice for teachers at all levels, and discusses some of the ins and outs of Copyright and Licensing. Resources: Roger Emerson ArrangeMe --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/acaedpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/acaedpodcast/support

TRICHOMES Tech in Cannabis
Compliance & Regulation: A New System For An Emerging Cannabis Space

TRICHOMES Tech in Cannabis

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 24:11


TIC - Ep. 15 - Compliance & Regulation: A New System For An Emerging Cannabis Space with Dede Perkins of ProCanna   Today, we are joined by Dede Perkins of ProCanna, a cannabis compliance management software. We talk about how she transitioned from a writer to ASUS founder and how her experience helping businesses apply for cannabis licenses showed her the need for this product. We also talk about how much time you can save by using a compliant software, the dangers of falling out of compliance and how regulation is shaping the entire industry. ---- https://procanna-usa.com https://www.linkedin.com/company/procanna-usa/ https://www.facebook.com/ProCannaCompliance https://twitter.com/procanna_usa https://www.instagram.com/procannausa/   TRICHOMES.com talks with game changers in the tech community to gain valuable insights into the future of the fast paced cannabis industry. To reach the show email: techincannabis@trichomes.com

Series 7 Study Guide
2021 New Series 7 Top off Examination Sample Lesson 3 Section 1 Rankings, Volatility Ratings CMO’s

Series 7 Study Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 37:49


New Series 7 Top off Examination Sample Lesson 3 Section 1 Rankings, Volatility Ratings CMO's This is the most comprehensive set of audio lessons which is available for the preparation to take the New Series 7 Top off Examination the course consists of 74 lessons which amounts to 32 hours and 27 min. in total length. Audio lessons are a supplement and not a substitute for the book learning that you should also be doing. Audio lessons simply allow you to learn comprehend and reinforce what you should also be learning through normal studying methods such as attending classes, reading books, and taking practice quizzes. Over the next several weeks I'm going to be sharing with you six sample lessons from the full audio course if you're interested in buying the full set of audio lessons click the links below. -------- The full table of contents for the Series 7 Top-Off Study Guide is located here New Series 7 Top-Off announcement As I said in the podcast I have just finished producing 74 lessons that now make up the new series 7 study guide audio lessons and I am looking for reviewers who would get a discount to $69.99 from the list price which will be $119.99. If you are interested in being a reviewer write me an e-mail to the e-mail address which is revealed in the podcast. The New Series 7 Top- Off Study Guide Audio Lessons is a Total Length 32 hours 27 Min _____________________________ Before you may take the New Series 7 Exam (top off Series 7 Exam) you must also pass the SIE Exam and the audio lessons I have produced may help! The full table of contents for the Securities Industry Essentials Exam Podcast Audio Lessons for the SIE Exam is located here Effective October 1, 2018 Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) changed the licensing of those that wish to work in the financial services industry. There is now a required prerequisite for most of the Licensing tests and this is the Securities Industry Essentials Exam Securities Industry Essentials Exam is a new FINRA exam for prospective securities industry professionals. This introductory-level exam assesses a candidate's knowledge of basic securities industry information including concepts fundamental to working in the industry, such as types of products and their risks; the structure of the securities industry markets, regulatory agencies and their functions; and prohibited practices. Unlike the licensing exams such as the Series 4, 6, 7, 9, 10… which require the candidate to be employed by a member firm, Securities Industry Essentials Exam is open to anyone over the age of 18 including students and prospective candidates interested in demonstrating basic industry knowledge to potential employers. Association with a firm is not required, and individuals are permitted to take the exam before or after associating with a firm. Essentials exam results are valid for four years. Check out our podcast for the SIE Exam Here is a link to our other study products

Spot On Insurance
Ep. 232: Nestor Solari: Insurance Opportunities in Underserved Communities 

Spot On Insurance

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 46:10


Apple Podcasts Rate and Review for SpotOn Nestor Solari is the Co-Founder and CEO of Sigo Seguros, an inclusive car insurance provider that primarily serves immigrants and other working-class populations who can't purchase traditional auto insurance. The company seeks to extend a helping hand to those whose financial metrics aren't seen as ideal by most insurance industries. Nestor believes the market for immigrants and other minorities locked out of traditional insurance will one day be the dominant market, and Sigo Seguros is simply leading the way. Nestor earned a degree in Finance from Penn State University, an MA in International Studies from the Lauder Institute at the University of Pennsylvania, and obtained his MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Nestor joins us to describe Sigo Seguros's vision to serve the underserved in the insurance industry. He shares the ideas that led to where Sigo Seguros is today and explains how his career in finance allowed him to have a better perspective when he started an insurance company. He discusses the challenges of being a company that serves a relatively small market. Nestor also shares what we can look forward to from Sigo Seguros in the near future. "There's a lot of opportunity to be unlocked in building a community around insurance." - Nestor Solari Today on Spot On Insurance: Nestor's life in Uruguay and his aspirations as a young man How Nestor's career in finance got started The turning point in Nestor's life that made him come back to America How Nestor found a career in insurance Why Sigo Seguros primarily works with financial services serving underserved populations The main reason Nestor founded Sigo Seguros Why they don't use traditional financial metrics to underwrite insurance Why offering products and services for everybody does not truly serve everyone The challenges of building inclusive products The story behind the name of their company What it's like starting a company as someone outside of the industry How supportive Nestor's family was when he started small Nestor's relationship with Bryan Falchuk What we can expect from Nestor and Sigo Seguros Key Takeaways: In insurance, traditionally, the less you think about it the better. The fewer touchpoints you have with your insurance company, the better. Resources Mentioned: The Future of Insurance: From Disruption to Evolution by Bryan Falchuk Connect with Nestor Solari: Sigo Seguros LinkedIn Twitter Instagram Email: nestor@sigoseguros.com This episode was brought to you by….. Insurance Licensing Services of America (ILSA), America's Premier Insurance Compliance and Licensing experts. To learn more about ILSA and their services, visit ILSAinc.com. Connect, Learn, Share Thank you for joining us on this week's episode of Spot On Insurance. For more resources and episodes, visit SpotOnInsurance.com. Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Love what you're learning, Spot Light your review on Apple Podcasts Rate and Review For SpotOn and share your favorite episodes with friends and colleagues!

The MM Cast
If You Don't Like It, Don't Buy It - Magic 2022 Schedule Revealed

The MM Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 104:38


The 2022 Product Release schedule has dropped and our favorite game as a lot of exciting stuff dropping, and some controversial items as well. What will this mean for our favorite game and formats?! Want to pick up any of new cards you saw in this week's episode? Click over to TCGPlayer.com using our affiliate link here! It's a free and easy way to support the show. Thanks! - https://bit.ly/3fW7fqV ---- Contents ---- 00:00:00 - Intro 00:04:43 - Trivia 00:17:52 - Kamigawa Neon Dynasty 00:28:07 - Licensing in Magic 01:02:46 - New Capenna 01:17:59 - Dominaria United 01:23:10 - The Brothers War 01:28:06 - Final Thoughts Join The MMCast Patreon https://www.Patreon.com/TheMMCast Discord: https://discord.gg/fjYdTwS MMcast Twitch: twitch.tv/kesswylie Instagram: @TheMMCast Kess: Twitter: @Kesswylie Instagram: @Kess_Wylie Twitch: Twitch.tv/Kessco Ben: Twitter: @benbatemanmedia Instagram: @BenBatemanMedia Twitch: Twitch.tv/BenBatemanStreams Michael: Twitter @Dudardd Website: kess.co/themmcast Email: themmcast@kess.co Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/170382890167965/?ref=share Produced by Time Traveler Media - https://www.timetravelermedia.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Inspiration Place
155: Licensing Your Art with Ronnie Walter and Miriam Schulman

The Inspiration Place

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 29:13


Interested in licensing your art? Learn what it takes to license your art and whether or not it's right for you! In this podcast, you will discover... Whether you're right for art licensing and whether art licensing is right for you The 3 pathways for art licensing Discover what's really holding you back from taking the first step For full show notes, go to schulmanart.com/155 ++++++++++++++++++++