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Jong Beleggen, de podcast
119. Compounders | € 233.800

Jong Beleggen, de podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 47:57


Compounden is het lievelingswerkwoord van veel van beleggers. Maar je kunt ook van compounders spreken wanneer je het over bedrijven hebt: dit zijn topkwaliteit-bedrijven die jaar op jaar een goed rendement maken op hun investeringen. Bedrijven waar je een stukje van wilt bezitten - voor altijd. Helaas zijn ze moeilijk te vinden, achteraf is altijd makkelijker praten. Microsoft, Ferrari, LVMH… hoe herken je ze wanneer ze nog volop aan het compounden zijn? Pim probeert de code te kraken en legt uit wat helpt ze te identificeren.► Tickets Jong Beleggen, de Show: https://www.dekleinekomedie.nl/agenda/2412/Jong_Beleggen_de_Show► Uitgebreide show notes en achtergrondinformatie: https://jongbeleggendepodcast.nl/119-compounders► Word Vriend: https://portfoliodividendtracker.com► Updates via Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jongbeleggen► Mijn volledige portfolio: https://beta.portfoliodividendtracker.com/p/jongbeleggenDoor de toenemende populariteit van de podcast blijkt het echter onmogelijk om alle berichten te beantwoorden; hoe graag ik dat ook zou willen. Veel vragen die gemaild worden krijgen een antwoord in de podcast. De kans is heel groot dat jouw vraag al besproken is in één van alle afleveringen. Voor veelgestelde vragen verwijs ik je graag door naar de website, waar een pagina hiervoor is ingericht. Klik hier voor alle veelgestelde vragen.Deze podcast is 100% expertise-vrij en alleen geschikt voor amusementsdoeleinden. De inhoud mag niet worden beschouwd als financieel advies.Zie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Le journal RTL
ON VOUS EN REPARLE - L'affaire John Galliano, la chute du directeur artistique de Dior

Le journal RTL

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 2:56


Ecoutez On vous en reparle avec Guillemette Franquet du 29 septembre 2022 : en pleine Fashion Week, retour sur une affaire qui a ébranlé le monde de la mode, la chute de John Galliano.

Si-Suite
DK Bartley's Recipe for Success

Si-Suite

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 34:06


D.K. Bartley is the Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer at Moody's With a career that has been exemplified by success on many corporate “streets,” Wall Street, Madison Avenue, and Seventh-Fashion Avenue, DK(Bartley) has created a brand emblematic of “Best-in-Class” Talent Acquisition and Diversity & Inclusion practices for some of the world's most influential companies. He is currently the Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer at Moody's, the global integrated risk assessment company. Under DK's leadership Moody's day-to-day functioning as a business has become even more inclusive, more progressive and a leader among its competitors. Prior to Moody's, DK was previously Senior Vice President & Head of Diversity and Inclusion for Dentsu International, where he managed talent solutions for Dentsu's largest clients, such as Microsoft, American Express, Facebook, and LVMH. One of his biggest successes was managing the strategic hiring of four hundred-plus diverse advertising professionals for Microsoft, resulting in a sixty-six-million-dollar growth of Multicultural revenue for Microsoft products. He is a board member of the The American Advertising Federation, and also Urban Word, home of America's youngest Black Poet Laureate. DK is certified in Diversity & Inclusion Management from Cornell University ILR, holds a master's degree in communications from the New York Institute of Technology, and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from SUNY Stony Brook. Learn more about DK LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dk-bartley-4348aa101/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dk.bartley/ Shout-out: Today's Diversity Leader Shout-out goes to Jenny from J Consulting and Raven Solomon Music: Vente by Mamá Patxanga is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License Amor Y Felicidad by SONGO 21 is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 International License --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/si-suite/message

Startup Insider
Investments & Exits - mit David Fischer von HV Capital

Startup Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 23:09


In der Rubrik “Investments & Exits” begrüßen wir heute David Fischer, Principal bei HV Capital. David hat die Seed Runde von Timberhub und die Mehrheitsbeteiligung an der personalisierten Shopping-Plattform Threads Styling durch Chalhoub Group kommentiert: Der B2B Marktplatz Timberhub sichert sich in einer Seed Runde 5.8 Millionen Euro um Holz als Baumaterial des 21. Jahrhunderts zu etablieren und die Dekarbonisierung voranzutreiben. Die Runde wird von den europäischen Frühphaseninvestoren HV Capital und Creandum angeführt. Auch Speedinvest, der nur sechs Monate zuvor die Pre-Seed Runde angeführt hatte beteiligt sich erneut an der frischen Finanzierung, zusammen mit den Gründern des Logistik-Startups Sennder. Timberhub hat es sich zur Aufgabe gemacht, die Offline-Holzindustrie zu revolutionieren, indem es Handwerker und Bauunternehmen aktiv mit Sägewerken zusammenbringt und die Beschaffung, den Zahlungsverkehr und den Transport von Holzmaterialien über seinen digitalen B2B-Marktplatz verwaltet. Chalhoub Group, der Einzelhandelsbetreiber und -händler, der mehr als 300 Modemarken im Nahen Osten vertritt, darunter LVMH, Lacoste und Christian Louboutin, erwirbt eine Mehrheitsbeteiligung an der personalisierten Shopping-Plattform Threads Styling, um sein digitales Geschäft auszubauen. Die Höhe des Kaufpreises wurde nicht bekannt gegeben. Die Gründerin und Geschäftsführerin von Threads Styling mit Sitz in London, Sophie Hill, wird eine Minderheitsbeteiligung behalten und das Unternehmen weiterhin leiten. Threads hofft, Chalhoubs Erfahrung im Luxuseinzelhandel und im operativen Geschäft nutzen zu können, um ein besseres Kundenerlebnis zu schaffen, insbesondere in Wachstumsmärkten wie den USA und dem Nahen Osten. Für Chalhoub unterstreicht die Partnerschaft seine Investitionen in digitale Plattformen und seine Ambitionen, sein Online-Ökosystem zu erweitern. Infos der Werbepartner: DB Mindbox: Jetzt bei der DB MINDBOX bewerben & gemeinsam durchstarten! Weitere Informationen auf WWW.DBMINDBOX.COM

Motley Fool Money
Recession Fears, House Hacking, Consumer Spending for the Holidays

Motley Fool Money

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 38:59 Very Popular


For the 5th time in 6 weeks, there was a lot of red on Wall Street. (0:30) Jason Moser and Maria Gallagher discuss: - The Fed's latest rate hike spooking investors - Costco delivering (yet again) in the 4th quarter - Darden Restaurants walking a fine line with customers - DocuSign's hiring its new CEO from Alphabet - Amazon declaring victory with Thursday Night Football (19:45) Deidre Woollard and Matt Frankel talk with Robert Leonard, host of the Millennial Investing podcast, about house hacking. (28:30) Maria and Jason answer questions from the Fool Mailbag and share two stocks on their radar: Lululemon Athletica and Microsoft. Got questions about stocks? Drop an email to podcasts@fool.com or call the Motley Fool Money Hotline at 703-254-1445! Stocks discussed on the show: COST, TGT, UPS, WMT, DRI, DOCU, GOOG, GOOGL, AMZN, AAPL, PYPL, PG, LVMH, LULU, MSFT Host: Chris Hill Guests: Maria Gallagher, Jason Moser, Deidre Woollard, Matt Frankel, Robert Leonard Producer: Ricky Mulvey Engineers: Dan Boyd

The Business of Fashion Podcast
The Debrief: How Big Brands Choose Their Creative Directors

The Business of Fashion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 24:17


Louis Vuitton is expected to name its Virgil Abloh successor within weeks. Lauren Sherman quizzes Imran Amed on what luxury labels think about when recruiting top designers. Background: Louis Vuitton has spent almost a year searching for a Virgil Abloh successor after the designer died in November 2021. According to sources, Martine Rose, Grace Wales Bonner and Telfar Clemens are among the names that were considered by owner LVMH, and the decision is expected to be announced within weeks. But how do brands like Louis Vuitton even go about finding a designer? “Without the creative energy, without that kind of excitement, there's nothing to sell,” said Imran Amed, BoF founder and editor-in-chief. Key Insights: While all brands have their own personality and the situations that necessitate finding a new creative director differ, the things most brands look for in a leader are similar. Executives have to consider whether they're looking for revolution, like when Gucci tapped Alessandro Michele for creative energy and new ideas, or evolution, like when Saint Laurent tapped Anthony Vaccarello to keep its aesthetic formula after Hedi Slimane departed. A strong vision is the most important thing. But creative directors also need to have commercial sensibility and the ability to work in a corporate environment. One of Abloh's achievements was that he managed to build a community at Louis Vuitton, and engage consumers who had been traditionally excluded by the luxury industry. Additional Resources: Virgil Abloh: Building on a Legacy: Like Yves Saint Laurent, Alexander McQueen and Gianni Versace before him, the late Virgil Abloh leaves a powerful legacy. What does this mean for Off-White and Louis Vuitton? Which Luxury Leadership Configuration Works Best? In luxury fashion, the right configuration of creative and commercial leadership is critical to success, writes Pierre Mallevays. To subscribe to the BoF Podcast, please follow this link.

BeursTalk
Langetermijnbeleggers kunnen positief blijven

BeursTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 51:06


De week begon redelijk voor beleggers, maar na het Amerikaanse rentebesluit eindigde de week toch in mineur. De vraag is hoe ernstig dat is. "De markt kan makkelijk gaan draaien. Er staat veel geld langs de zijlijn en als er ook maar íets meezit, kan het herstel snel gaan", is het oordeel van Martine Hafkamp van Fintessa Vermogensbeheer. Koen Bender sluit zich daarbij aan: "De olie- en gasprijzen zijn aan het dalen, de inflatie zal niet blijven stijgen." De conclusie is dan ook: op korte termijn zal het onrustig blijven, maar op de langere termijn trekt dat wel bij.Waar zou, naast de oplopende rente, het gevaar op korte termijn vandaan kunnen komen? Het kwartaalcijferseizoen staat voor de deur, en dat kan links en rechts voor opschudding zorgen. Na FedEx kwam deze week Ford met een winstwaarschuwing. "Al valt het aantal winstwaarschuwingen mij mee, en de verwachtingen zijn al erg laag. Bedrijven zullen in hun outlook voorzichtig zijn", aldus Martine.Uiteraard behandelen we de luisteraarsvragen. Zo denken beide experts verschillend over de vraag of Tencent en Alibaba koopwaardig zijn, maar zijn ze eensgezind als het gaat om beleggen in goud en zilver. Ook worden Berkshire Hathaway en LVMH besproken. Natuurlijk ook tips, Koen heeft een algemeen advies, Martine heeft een Nederlandse parel gevonden (niet ASML!). Geniet van de podcast!Aanmelden voor de nieuwsbrief doe je op www.beurstalk.com!

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung
Munich Re, Commerzbank, Hypoport, Sartorius, Richemont, LVMH, BP - Märkte am Morgen

AKTIONÄR TV-Expertensendung

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 9:36


Am deutschen Aktienmarkt überwiegt nach dem Fed-Entscheid die negative Stimmung. Der DAX rutschte gestern kräftig ab und muss heute mit schwachen Vorgaben aus Übersee zurechtkommen. Sowohl in den USA als auch in Asien schlossen die Börsen im Minus.

Il était une fois l'entrepreneur
Bono - U2 : de pire investisseur à meilleur investisseur - Ep 2

Il était une fois l'entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 9:32


Bono est un chanteur mais aussi un entrepreneur. Né Paul Hewson, il s'investit beaucoup pour 2 causes: l'entrepreneuriat et l'Afrique. Pour l'Afrique, il lance One puis le label RED des initiatives pour lutter contre la pauvreté ou les maladies en Afrique. ll implique beaucoup d'entrepreneurs à ses côtés pour financer ces projets. Le magazine Time finit même par écrire “Est-ce que Bono peut sauver le monde ?”. Il fonde avec sa femme, Alison Hewson, la marque de vêtements, Edun, une marque qui fait fabriquer en Afrique. Bernard Arnault et LVMH investissent même dans l'entreprise, Edun. Mais Bono n'a pas autant de succès avec ses entreprises qu'avec ses chansons. Edun perd beaucoup d'argent et LVMH se retire puis son projet d'hôtel à Dublin est un gouffre financier. Pire même, il est nommé par une revue spécialisée, comme le “pire investisseur aux États-Unis”. Son fonds, Elevation Partners accumule les mauvais investissements. Mais son karma va tourner le jour où Elevation Partners investit dans Facebook qui représente alors une grosse partie de la fortune de Paul Hewson. U2 continue de lui rapporter beaucoup d'argent avec des tournées mondiales. Mais son projet de vie ? Éradiquer la faim dans le monde et notamment en Afrique. Notes Christique - Paul Hewson, alias Bono, chanteur de U2 et businessman - Challenges Bono : le chanteur de U2 prend des parts de Facebook - Voici How Bono became a rock star of Silicon Valley | The Seattle Times LVMH tire un trait sur Edun, la marque fondée par Bono, le chanteur de U2 - Capital.fr https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bono#Business_ventures Bono's Got Bank: How U2 and Business Have Made the Irish Superstar a Very Wealthy Man - SELFi U2: Business et bonne cause s'entremêlent | L'Echo Bono (U2) est la popstar la plus riche au monde Bono - La biographie de Bono avec Gala.fr https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U2 U2, retour sur près d'un demi-siècle de succès - Nostalgie.fr The Tragic Real-Life Story Of U2 Bono - U2 Singer | Real Life Stories Band Aid — Wikipédia

Her Hypesquad with Bosstrack
5. Creating a Team Culture with Valerie Bihet

Her Hypesquad with Bosstrack

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 48:53


In this episode, we sit down to talk with Valerie Bihet - founder of VIBE, an event design and destination management company. We talk to Valerie about the culture she's created at VIBE, how she empowers her team, how she leads her team remotely and why she believes team building activities are so important. You won't want to miss her talking about “having dessert first!" We mentioned in the podcast that I'd follow up on a few things after the show. To clarify, the songs Valerie mentions are Imitadora by Romeo Santos and Le dernier jour du disco by Juliette Armanet. Also - the thriller author she recommends is Harlen Coben. You can find Valerie at: Instagram: @thevibeagency Website: www.thevibeagency.com About Valerie: Valerie Bihet is an award-winning event producer with more than 27 years of experience in the management, design and production of special events that communicate and achieve her client's objectives. Originally from Paris, France, Bihet got her start in events working as the Public Relations and Special Events Manager at Disneyland Paris and Public Relations Director at Club Med Paris. In 2004 Bihet founded VIBE, an event design and destination management company, in Miami, Florida. The company has produced more than 1,100 events throughout the US, Europe, Mexico, East Asia and South America. Valerie has received multiple professional recognitions for her work. Her clientele includes global brands like Dior, Cartier, Jaeger-LeCoultre, LVMH, Coty, L'Oréal, Barclays, Banco Santander, McCain, Merck, Thea Pharmaceuticals, and many more.

echtgeld.tv - Geldanlage, Börse, Altersvorsorge, Aktien, Fonds, ETF
egtv #228 - Top 50 Sparplan-Aktien 2/3: Platz 11-30 | ASML | Berkshire | LVMH | McDonalds | Realty Income | Visa

echtgeld.tv - Geldanlage, Börse, Altersvorsorge, Aktien, Fonds, ETF

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 70:32


Der echtgeld.tv Sparplan-Marathon 2022 – Teil 2! Aus der Hitparade der 50 derzeit meistbesparten Aktien im Scalable Broker präsentieren Tobias Kramer und Christian W. Röhl nun die Plätze 11 bis 30. Mit dabei zahlreiche Dividenden-Aristokraten wie Pepsi, McDonald's, Procter & Gamble oder die beiden Tabak-Titanen Altria und British American Tobacco (letztere übrigens auf Platz 25 der höchste Neueinsteiger). Dazu kräftig gefallene Aktien wie ASML oder die Deutsche Post, bei denen Sparpläne eine smarte Strategie sein können, um sukzessive Positionen aufzubauen. Und mit Warren Buffett und Bernard Arnault sind obendrein zwei der reichsten Männer der Welt mit von der Partie...

Ryan's Rants & Raves
Deep Dive into Vintage and Resale

Ryan's Rants & Raves

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 22:59


This week, Ryan speaks with Fred Mannella who is an expert in the resale market. An entrepreneur and founder, Fred discusses the process of buying vintage items, why it is sustainable, and the future of the fashion industry. Check out 2 Authenticators. Ryan's Rants & Raves is a podcast series on fashion, design and all things Québec produced by the Québec Government Office in New York and hosted by Fashion Attaché Ryan McInturf.

Significant Watches
Episode 23: IDF Watches

Significant Watches

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 52:35


In Episode 23 the gang discuss the forthcoming event Eric will be participating in at Dubai Watch Week NYC. The "Made in America" panel discussion will be moderated by Cara Barrett (HODINKEE alumna and Parchie founder) and also features actor and horologist Aldis Hodge. Additionally, Gabe's latest IDF wristwatch is brought up followed by a discussion on Isreali Defense Force timepieces. Gabe would share his thoughts on the recent news of LVMH's plans for revival of the Daniel Roth brand. Eric highlights the forthcoming charitable auction of ‘Pope Francis' Swatch, and The Brian LaViolette Scholarship Foundation. Also, the group discusses Owen Lawton's recent article ‘How Rolex Became Rolex: The Oyster Case Story'. Register for the Dubai Watch Week NYC "Made in America" Panel below: https://www.dubaiwatchweek.com/activities/panels/made-america Articles and shoutouts: Read Lawton's full article below: https://www.windvintage.com/blog/2022/9/7/the-oyster-story Owen Lawton is a watch collector, writer and photographer based in the United Kingdom. Lawton is a student at Oxford University writing about productivity, watches and Materials Science. You can find his writing on the OxWatch Newsletter owenlawton.substack.com, and follow him on Instagram @_oxwatch. ‘Pope Francis' Swatch Watch Coming To Auction With All Proceeds Going To Charity' by Charlie Dunne. https://www.windvintage.com/blog/2022/5/9/pope-francis-swatch-watch To learn more about the Brian LaViolette Scholarship Foundation, visit their website: https://www.briansjourney.com/ To learn about The Watch Project and donors, visit: https://www.briansjourney.com/watch-project To register to bid in the “Once Upon a Time Watch Project” visit: https://www.ragoarts.com http://www.gabarrostraps.com https://wornandwound.com/military-watches-of-the-world-israel-pt1/ https://wornandwound.com/military-watches-of-the-world-israel-pt-ii/ https://www.ft.com/content/940eb7d8-8e82-41a3-a809-7fa8856f5764 https://subdial.co/blogs/news/how-daniel-roth-brought-breguet-to-the-wrist https://sub.rescapement.com/p/significant-watches-ep-20-red-on https://www.ft.com/content/dd7d68d2-6240-4744-9daa-01253efc1447 https://watchesbysjx.com/2021/04/louis-vuitton-tambour-carpe-diem-automaton-minute-repeater.html https://www.watchonista.com/articles/events/prix-gaia-2019-suzanne-rohr-craftmanship-creation-category https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUgOUVREkJs You can find Tony's writing on https://www.tonytraina.com. Learn about Eric's work on https://www.windvintage.com. Read Charlie's latest articles on https://www.strictlyvintagewatches.com.

The co-lab career stories
Gina Gretchko - Fractional CMO, Brand Strategist + Social Media Expert

The co-lab career stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 19:39


After a 12-year career focus on social media marketing for Fortune 50 companies including PepsiCo, Disney, and General Electric, and with storied brands across European luxury houses including LVMH, Kering, Richemont, and Chanel, Gina Gretchko launched her own consultancy which helps brands define and scale their content strategies to execution. Most recently, Gina built a best-in-class social media practice from the ground up for Saks Fifth Avenue and the HBC umbrella of multi-brand retailers (Saks OFF 5th, Lord & Taylor, Gilt Groupe, Hudson's Bay). There, she partnered with executive leadership to introduce full-funnel social strategy, develop omni processes, establish critical cross-functional and platform relationships, as well as education and trust within the organization and its vendors. Skilled in synthesizing brand strategies into compelling narratives, Gina personally secured partnerships and produced custom content with Virgil Abloh, Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia, Stella McCartney, Phillip Lim, Brandon Maxwell, Victoria Beckham, and Donatella Versace among many others. Her editorial direction and on-the-ground coverage for more than a dozen New York and European Fashion Weeks exceeded platform benchmarks and were emulated competitively. In this episode, Gina talks with Grace Liu about adapting to the sea change in what digital marketing has become over the course of her career.

Les Experts
Les Experts : La BDF moins optimiste que Bercy - 16/09

Les Experts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 18:55


Ce vendredi 16 septembre, les liens entre la conjoncture et l'évolution du PIB, entre -0,5% et +0,8% en 2023, selon la Banque de France, ainsi que la réduction de 10% de la consommation d'électricité de LVMH, ont été abordés par Nadine Levratto, directeur de recherche au CNRS, Stéphane Van Huffel, cofondateur de Netinvestissement, et Jean-Marc Vittori, éditorialiste aux Echos, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Les experts
Les Experts : La BDF moins optimiste que Bercy - 16/09

Les experts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 18:55


Ce vendredi 16 septembre, les liens entre la conjoncture et l'évolution du PIB, entre -0,5% et +0,8% en 2023, selon la Banque de France, ainsi que la réduction de 10% de la consommation d'électricité de LVMH, ont été abordés par Nadine Levratto, directeur de recherche au CNRS, Stéphane Van Huffel, cofondateur de Netinvestissement, et Jean-Marc Vittori, éditorialiste aux Echos, dans l'émission Les Experts, présentée par Nicolas Doze sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Good Morning Business
Hélène Valade, directrice Développement Environnement de LVMH - 16/09

Good Morning Business

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 5:35


Hélène Valade, directrice Développement Environnement de LVMH, était l'invitée de Christophe Jakubyszyn dans Good Morning Business, ce vendredi 16 septembre. Ils sont revenues sur les dispositions prises par LVMH face à la sobriété énergétique, sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Good Morning Business
L'intégrale de Good Morning Business du vendredi 16 septembre

Good Morning Business

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 140:03


Ce vendredi 16 septembre, Laure Closier et Christophe Jakubyszyn ont reçu Noé Gersanois, président de Raise Sherpas, Philippe Truelle, PDG des Laboratoires CDM Lavoisier, Hélène Valade, directrice Développement Environnement de LVMH, Yannick Carriou, PDG de Médiamétrie, Marc Fiorentino, essayiste, Arnaud Marion, fondateur de l'Institut de Hautes Etudes en Gestion de Crise, et Frédéric Mazzella, fondateur de BlablaCar, dans l'émission Good Morning Business sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

The Debrief
How Big Brands Choose their Creative Directors

The Debrief

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 22:56 Very Popular


Louis Vuitton is expected to name its Virgil Abloh successor within weeks. BoF's Imran Amed joins Lauren Sherman to discuss what luxury labels think about when recruiting top designers.   Background: Louis Vuitton has spent almost a year searching for a Virgil Abloh successor after the designer died in November 2021. According to sources, Martine Rose, Grace Wales Bonner and Telfar Clemens are among the names that were considered by owner LVMH, and the decision is expected to be announced within weeks. But how do brands like Louis Vuitton even go about finding a designer? “Without the creative energy, without that kind of excitement, there's nothing to sell,” said Imran Amed, BoF founder and editor-in-chief. Key Insights: While all brands have their own personality and the situations that necessitate finding a new creative director differ, the things most brands look for in a leader are similar. Executives have to consider whether they're looking for revolution, like when Gucci tapped Alessandro Michele for creative energy and new ideas, or evolution, like when Saint Laurent tapped Anthony Vaccarello to keep its aesthetic formula after Hedi Slimane departed. A strong vision is the most important thing. But creative directors also need to have commercial sensibility and the ability to work in a corporate environment. One of Abloh's achievements was that he managed to build a community at Louis Vuitton, and engage consumers who had been traditionally excluded by the luxury industry. Additional Resources: Virgil Abloh: Building on a Legacy: Like Yves Saint Laurent, Alexander McQueen and Gianni Versace before him, the late Virgil Abloh leaves a powerful legacy. What does this mean for Off-White and Louis Vuitton? Which Luxury Leadership Configuration Works Best? In luxury fashion, the right configuration of creative and commercial leadership is critical to success, writes Pierre Mallevays.

Leaders in Supply Chain and Logistics with Radu Palamariu
#130: Benoit Dauchin, CTO LVMH - Nestlé - P&G - Vodafone – Kingfisher and Board Member for Princess Yachts (LVMH, LCatterton)

Leaders in Supply Chain and Logistics with Radu Palamariu

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 34:04


Benoit Dauchin has 20+ years of experience in leading operations globally, within consumer products and retail. Benoit is an Omnichannel pioneer, brand development passionate, and profitable growth committed. He has forged a track record in orchestrating fast pace & high impact business transformations. Servicing companies and PE funds, both in growth enabling and turnaround contexts.  Benoit is based in Switzerland and operates globally.Discover more details here.Some of the highlights of the episode:What it takes to be a unique leaderHow to motivate teams and keeping the organization in times of disruptionMajor learnings and challenges through COVIDSecret sauce of transformationBenoit's professional idol or inspirationFollow us on:Instagram: http://bit.ly/2Wba8v7Twitter: http://bit.ly/2WeulzXLinkedin: http://bit.ly/2w9YSQXFacebook: http://bit.ly/2HtryLd

Markenkraft - Der Podcast über Markenführung und Markenforschung
Next Level Brand Management - Mark Ritson - Marketing professor gone rogue (English)

Markenkraft - Der Podcast über Markenführung und Markenforschung

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 70:38


Mark is a brand consultant and former marketing professor. He has a PhD in Marketing and taught on the MBA programs of leading universities including the London Business School and MIT. He is writing a weekly column on marketing for almost 20 years, winning several awards for his commentaries. He established an internal marketing academy for LVMH – the leading French luxury brand company and he teaches the Marketing Week Mini MBAs in Marketing and Brand Management. In a marketing world where often a lot of half-truths, semi-lies or pure bullshit are being peddled, Mark is a refreshingly clear voice whose opinion is backed up by research and a track record working with some of the most successful brands in the world. He is clearly not afraid to say it how it is. We talk among many other topics about the state of marketing, brand strategy and the playbook for brands in a recession.

Overpriced JPEGs
Debating the Future of Crypto Security with Ian Rogers, Chief Experience Officer, Ledger | Overpriced JPEGs #51

Overpriced JPEGs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 68:00


✨ SUBSCRIBE TO THE OVERPRICED JPEGS CHANNEL ✨ https://bankless.cc/jpegs  ----- On this episode of Overpriced JPEGs, Carly is joined by the Chief Experience Officer at Ledger, Ian Rogers. Previously, Ian was the Chief Digital Officer of LVMH and CEO of Beats Music—which Apple acquired—and then Ian went on to build Apple Music. With Ian's wide-ranging digital experience, comes ultra gigabrain wisdom. Carly and Ian hash out crypto's top security misconceptions, whether or not Ledger's self-custody technology is a limiting factor to their growth, other potential security solutions, and how many Ledgers one needs to be the utmost secured. Further, they close with Ledger's intriguing future goals in the space, what upcoming collaborations they have in store, and their current collaboration with Trash Talk and the bands' BRICK NFT project: MINT on Wednesday, September, 7th, 2022 at 9am PT: https://market.ledger.com/collabs/brick/  ------

Everyday Leadership
The power of being yourself in retail, luxury and fashion

Everyday Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 56:04


Are you being yourself? "A lot of times, even when I was in the corporate world, we'd get people reaching out about opportunities, but they didn't necessarily know how to build personal connections or relationships... ...We know how to connect with people based on what's interesting to them, not just, what's interesting to us..." (Want to read a full written for reading transcript version of this episode? Download it here.) Who are the LVL London ladies? The three sisters from Derbyshire each pursued their own career paths in luxury retail and fashion, but they have finally found success in working together. These Powell sisters always had an entrepreneurial spirit. When they were younger, they would make trips to shopping malls and fashion shows and it was clear from a young age that they had a passion for fashion. After high school, they went their separate ways for a while. Louise found herself in London, working her way up to a key role in Harrods. Lori soon followed her sister and joined her at the luxury retail giant. And after working in various high-end fashion houses, the sisters decided to team up and start their own luxury retail consultancy, LVL London. The company provides training and leadership development programs for luxury retail brands. Leadership in luxury retail In this episode, Lori and Louise share with Sope just how important good leadership is to them as individuals, as well as in their roles. They share stories of hirings, firings, and mentorings. And all within the focus of applying good leadership to ensure smooth and empathic results. There's also a lot of discussion around faith, and why that's so incredibly important to Louise. And if you're someone who does business on a scooter... well this episode might just offer you a bit of much needed validation. Listen in to hear some incredible insights and leadership lessons from the luxury retail world with LVL London. Brands and people mentioned in this episode Harrods LVMH Ashley Olsen and Mary-Kate Olsen's The Row Victoria Beckham House of Fraser French Connection Miss Sixty How to contact Lori and Louise from LVL London Follow them on Instagram   Lori Powell on LinkedIn Louise Powell on LinkedIn Key leadership learning moments   01m35s - Childhood 07m10s - The move to London 10m10s - Their insatiable drive - Sope wonders if they ever held back 13m45s - Second guessing decisions to 'go it alone' 18m20s - Major goals they both had 20m40s - Showing that you care as a leader 23m45s - Their personal strengths as a leader 27m20s - Making the hardest decisions as a leader 31m40s - Sope pondering on the impact a leader can have on a wider number of people 36m50s - The dynamic of three sisters working in leadership together 38m52s - Humility and PR - and how they're handling that balance 41m55s - Their favourite personal brands 45m20s - What was a professional woman previously and what is one now? (Sope references LVMH) 49m10s - Faith in business and its importance 51m24s - How do Lori and Louise define leadership If you've just stumbled across this podcast by chance, please do click here to follow it so you never miss a future episode. If you want to learn more about this podcast, and myself, Sope Agbelusi, you can do so using any of the below links. Connect with Me Website Instagram  LinkedIn  Twitter  Email: hello@mindsetshift.co.uk I am always keen to hear your thoughts and connect with the community of listeners. If you have any comments, feedback or thoughts, please drop me an email at https://mindsetshift.co.uk/#ask-me-anything

Stairway to CEO
Testing Over Failure with Erin Moennich, CEO of Draper James

Stairway to CEO

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 43:56


Description: Today, Lee sat down with Erin Moennich, CEO of Draper James, a classic American lifestyle brand founded by Reese Witherspoon inspired by her roots in the south. Erin shares about her journey to becoming CEO, what it was like growing up in the midwest, the different jobs she held before landing at Draper James, and why they believe failure should be named something else! Exclusive Deals from Our Sponsors:Get 30 days FREE with Okendo by clicking HERE!In This Episode You'll Hear About:(2:05) Draper James, a women's lifestyle brand founded by Reese Witherspoon, named after her grandparents. Founded on the idea of making women feel great (4:50) What it was like growing up in the midwest with her family, and her passion for being in business when she was older(7:09) What it was like attending Michigan State and moving to NYC after college, and working at Peter Solomon company to product development at Target, and how she ended up landing a job at Sachs, and then Bloomingdales, learning that working your way up is key(15:20) How she got connected to LMVH, and why she took the role to experience a different way of selling and doing business(20:00) What she learned from working at Giggle, in her first CEO role(24:05) What she believes are the key things that have helped her in her journey to CEO (29:27) The difference between a failure and something that didn't meet expectations, and why she chooses not to look at things as failures but as learning experiences (31:48) How she was given the opportunity to be the CEO of Draper James and how one of her overall goals was to drive growth and diversify sales(39:00) What she thinks makes a great CEO, being a team player and being willing to get your hands dirty(40:00) How she's grown personally as a leader and has learned to be calm and a person of reason for the team(42:15) The advice she has for aspiring entrepreneurs and what's next for Draper JamesTo Find Out More:https://draperjames.com/Quotes:“You often pursue the things you're good at and can be successful at”“The interesting thing about retail is that you really do have to start at the bottom”“I don't wanna be afraid and I don't want my team to be afraid to try different things.”“Each experience has prepared me in a different way. At various times in my career, I decided to try something totally different.”“I'm always selling Draper James, whether it be to the end consumer, or my ideas to th by e investors, I'm always selling.”“Being in retail there are always these huge ups and downs and you try a lot of different things.”“Don't be afraid to try different things in a measured way.”“In a measured way, I wanna keep trying new things because I think that's the only way you get to the next step and the next stage.”“It's important to maintain your network. Retail is a really small world and you run into a lot of people that you may have worked with at some stage. So you have to be kind to everyone.”“I would never want to ask people on my team to do something that I wouldn't do. So you absolutely have to be willing to get your hands dirty.”“Take each role a little slower, and that's something I say to the young people on my team is, enjoy it. I was always wanting to get to the next step, the next buying role at Bloomingdale's the next step at LVMH. And knowing that we all get where we're supposed to be in the end and we can all find these really exciting roles that make us wanna get outta bed every day. We all get there, and so, take it slow.” “Don't be afraid to try different things. As a CEO you do have to look after so many different aspects of the business. Getting those varied experiences earlier in your career is only gonna serve you very well if this is where you wanna end up. And so seeking out those opportunities and those experiences is super important.”

Shoegazing Podcast
Ep. 22 - Jean-Michel Casalonga, Berluti, about running a large bespoke workshop

Shoegazing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 64:27


This episode, number 22, will be featuring no other than Jean-Michel Casalonga. He is the main lastmaker and workshop manager of Berluti's Paris workshop. The French company Berluti is one of the bigger quality shoe brands in the world, nowadays more of a full fashion menswear brand , owned by the luxury conglomerate LVMH, with stores all around the world. Berluti has two workshops making their bespoke shoes, one in Paris above their original Rue Marbeuf store just next to the Champs Élysées, led by Jean-Michel, and one outside Angers in Western France, led by Anthony Delos. Hear Jean-Michel Casalonga tell the interesting story of how he in a relatively unorthodox way managed to get his place at Berluti, hear about his love of lastmaking and how he wants to raise its status in France, about how it is to run a large bespoke workshop doing all in-house and the pros and cons of this set-up compared to the use of freelancers, and much, much more.

Live Greatly
Erin Moennich | The Mindset of a Leader with the CEO of Reese Witherspoon's Women's Lifestyle Brand, Draper James

Live Greatly

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 26:30


If you are looking for insights into the mindset of a female CEO this episode if for you!  Kristel Bauer sat down with Erin Moennich, the CEO of Draper James, a clothing & lifestyle brand founded by Reese Witherspoon, to talk about how she stepped into a leadership position, her mindset, how she manages stress and more! Kristel and Erin also talk about the mission of Draper James and how Erin works to support her team's well-being as well as her own.  Tune in now! Key Takeaways from This Episode The secret sauce to excel and get into a leadership position A look into being a female CEO The importance of mindset as a leader How Erin views setbacks The importance of mentors How Erin navigates stress A look into Draper James How what we wear impacts how we feel How Erin is supporting her team's well-being as well as her own About Erin Moennich: Erin Moennich is the CEO of Draper James, a women's direct-to-consumer lifestyle brand that launched in 2013 by Reese Witherspoon. Most recently, Erin was the CEO of children's retailer giggle, where she was responsible for all aspects of the business including e-commerce, marketing, product developmentand finance. Prior to giggle, she spent 7 years with LVMH in various roles at Louis Vuitton and LVMH's Fashion Division. Before LVMH, Erin held multiple merchandising positions at Bloomingdales, across men's and women's categories. Erin began her career as an analyst at Peter J. Solomon Company, a boutique investment bank with a focus on Retail and Consumer, where she worked on mergers and acquisitions for brands such as Dick's Sporting Goods, Loehmann's, and Del Laboratories, among others.  She has also served on the board of Aerosoles, a wholesale and retail shoe company. She is a graduate ofthe University of Michigan and Columbia Business School. Erin resides in Brooklyn, NY, with her husbandand two young children, Camilla and Henry. Website: https://draperjames.com/  LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/erin-moennich-b1a1a245/  Instagram: @draperjames @erinmoennich Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/draperjames/  Twitter: https://twitter.com/draperjames  About the Host of the Live Greatly podcast, Kristel Bauer: Kristel, the Founder of Live Greatly, is on a mission to help people thrive personally and professionally. Kristel is a corporate wellness expert, Integrative Medicine Fellow, Top Keynote Speaker, TEDx speaker & contributing writer for Entrepreneur.  Kristel brings her expertise & extensive experience in Corporate Wellness, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Mindset, Resilience, Self-Care, and Stress Management to in-person and virtual events as Professional Keynote Speaker.  If you are looking for a female motivational speaker to inspire and empower your audience to reclaim their well-being, inner motivation and happiness, Kristel's message will leave a lasting impression. Kristel would be happy to discuss partnering with you to make your next event one to remember! Speaking Topics can be tailored to fit the needs of your group. To Book Kristel as a speaker for your next event, click here. Follow Kristel Bauer on: Instagram: @livegreatly_co LinkedIn: Kristel Bauer Twitter: @livegreatly_co Facebook: @livegreatly.co Youtube: Live Greatly, Kristel Bauer To Watch Kristel Bauer's TEDx talk of Redefining Work/Life Balance in a COVID-19 World click here. Disclaimer: The contents of this podcast are intended for informational and educational purposes only. Always seek the guidance of your physician for any recommendations specific to you or for any questions regarding your specific health, your sleep patterns changes to diet and exercise, or any medical conditions.  Always consult your physician before starting any supplements or new lifestyle programs. All information, views and statements shared on the Live Greatly podcast are purely the opinions of the authors, and are not medical advice or treatment recommendations.  They have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration.  Opinions of guests are their own and Kristel Bauer & this podcast does not endorse or accept responsibility for statements made by guests.  Neither Kristel Bauer nor this podcast takes responsibility for possible health consequences of a person or persons following the information in this educational content.  Always consult your physician for recommendations specific to you.  

Bloomberg Crypto
Luxury Staples Embrace NFTs

Bloomberg Crypto

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 13:50 Very Popular


Despite the continued crypto winter, NFTs are still bringing some heat for high end products. Non fungible tokens have become increasingly popular with many luxury brands, and remain a powerful draw for some consumers. High-end retailers Gucci and Tiffany are the latest to jump into the fray with new NFT offerings. Kering SA's Gucci says it will accept ApeCoin as legal tender in select US stores. LVMH's Tiffany & Co also announced it's launching what it calls N-F-Tiffs: collectible vouchers that can be redeemed by owners of CryptoPunk NFTs for a custom jewelry piece.   The demand for NFTs has slumped in recent months, so why are these brands so bullish on crypto?  Bloomberg journalists Emily Nicolle and Taz Akhtar join Crypto Senior editor Anna Irrera on this episode to discuss why luxury brands have embraced NFTs.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tech Bound Conversations
6 ideas for growing the largest luxury brand conglomerate in the world w/ Eric Siu

Tech Bound Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 38:37


SHOW NOTESEric Siu on Twitter: @ericosiu or https://twitter.com/ericosiu Leveling up: https://www.levelingup.com/Single Grain: https://www.singlegrain.com/Leveling up NFT: https://heroes.levelingup.com/heroes/LVMH: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LVMHTIMESTAMPS0:00 Intro1:30 What LVMH is and why you should care6:26 Arnault Bernard's growth thesis7:30 Idea 1 = collaborations with big NFT brands9:40 Idea 2 = cross and upselling between brands13:36 Idea 3 = insurance as added service16:36 Idea 4 = product refurbishing20:40 Idea 5 = attention M&A27:20 Idea 6 = gaming skins32:04 Leveling up33:35 founder skills35:10 gamifying life

Couched in Color
S3E5: Beyond the Red Carpet: A Life Redirected to Service with Shanti Das

Couched in Color

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 40:33


In episode 5 of Couched in Color, Dr. Alfiee celebrates the comeback/reinvention of Shanti Das and her “Silence the Shame” mission. Shanti, well known in the entertainment industry for her work with some of music's top talent –like OutKast, Usher, Prince, TLC, Toni Braxton, and Erykah Badu, to name a few–shares a different type of success in this intimate interview. Shanti tells the story of the night she contemplated suicide, with pills nearby, and ended up reaching out for help. That night changed her life forever, as she was redirected to self-care and to teach others the same, especially encouraging others to open up about their mental health challenges.  “That I am here is a blessing from God and I don't take that for granted,” Shanti shares. Hence, starting with a hashtag of the name, she founded Silence the Shame, a non-profit foundation dedicated to eliminating mental health stigma, reducing health disparities, and improving rates of suicide among vulnerable populations.  Through community conversations, compelling content, and culturally responsive programs, the foundation aims to normalize the conversation, peel back the layers of shame, and promote mental wellness for vulnerable and disparate population groups, including Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer or Questioning (LGBTQ+), individuals in high-stress jobs, older adults and those living in rural communities.  Silence the Shame has received a prestigious award, national recognition and global awareness as a mental health movement. The beginnings: Looking back at her young life, Shanti says she was “introduced to mental health as a baby.”  Her father died by suicide when she was seven months old, leaving her mom alone to raise her and two older siblings. Now, as an adult, who has faced her darkest moments and continues to heal, she shares her “toolkit” of resources that helped her move forward.  Combining her faith journey with therapy is key, as is having a life coach, being outdoors, and traveling. Topics covered in this interview:–Walking away from a half-million-dollar per year job, with a corner office, and life on “the red carpet” supporting music celebrities. –Balancing the faith journey, that is often so important to people of color, sometimes exclusively, with the benefits of therapy. – Expanding Silence the Shame to include more major events such as the second annual,  My Life is a Gift: Suicide Awareness Summit, on Sept. 14, 2022 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., livestream online and limited in-person seating at The Gathering Spot in Atlanta, GA: https://silencetheshame.com/mlg-suicide-awareness-summit/my-life-is-a-gift-suicide-awareness-summit.html –The event is geared to youth and young adults, with a performance by a young rapper.  It also  will feature “an authentic hybrid opportunity of youth and young adult lived experience,” behavioral health and suicide prevention professionals, and family support. –A pilot “campus ambassadors program” at colleges. –May 1st being declared “Black Children's Mental Health Day” in the state of Georgia, and wanting to spread that concept to other states. –The launch of her new mind- body related company. Dr. Alfiee: “I'm so grateful that you're still here. And that night when you almost weren't going to be here anymore, that God put the right people in your place and in your space, and that  you had that hotline to call.”    Quoting one of her mentors, Dr. Alfiee commends Shanti for “turning learned helplessness to learned helpfulfuness.”  Background on Shanti Das | Founder of Silence the Shame non-profit; accomplished entertainment industry veteran Shanti is an accomplished entertainment industry veteran (for more than 25 years), speaker, author, and philanthropist.  Her music industry career (from intern to executive vice president) included positions at Capitol Records, LaFace Records, Columbia Records, Sony Urban Music and Universal Motown where she worked directly with some of music's top talent like OutKast, Usher, Prince, TLC, Toni Braxton, Erykah Badu, and more.  As a result of Shanti's extensive community work in the 2000 decade, she established  her own nonprofit, The Hip Hop Professional Foundation, Inc. The foundation was later rebranded under the name Silence the Shame, Inc., which received global awareness and has become a commonly used hashtag to normalize the conversation in America.  Shanti's foundation curates community conversations, offers wellness training, creates content and broadens awareness and education around mental health and wellness. In 2019, Silence the Shame was awarded one of five awards by the American Psychiatric Association Foundation for advancing minority mental health. Shanti has suffered from depression/anxiety over the years and has also experienced loved ones affected with mental health disorders. In addition to running her nonprofit, Shanti is a public speaker. She has presented live at companies/universities sharing her inspiring story and is now also facilitating virtual webinars around mental wellness with licensed mental health clinicians. Companies include: Warner Chappell Publishing, National Geographic, SB Projects, Translation agency, NBA, Sony ATV, EA Sports, LVMH, Sony Music UK, Warner Media, Warner Music Group, Def Jam records, Freddie Mac, Dillard University, Syracuse University, Alabama A&M and more. Awards and Honors: 2019- Shanti was named a Top Changemaker in the World (#7 out of 100) by a UK publication called The Big Issue! 2019- The American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP) has named Shanti Das as the recipient of the 2019 Media Award for Silence the Shame. 2020- NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Health) awarded Shanti Das their 2020 Multicultural Award. 2020- Named an ESSENCE Magazine Essential Hero in Mental Health. 2021- Culture Creators Health and Wellness Award. EVENT: My Life is a Gift: Suicide Awareness Summit Sept. 14, 2022 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Livestreaming & limited in-person seating at The Gathering Spot in Atlanta, GA Follow Shanti Das: Website: https://www.shantidas.biz Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shantidas404/ Silence the Shame: Website: https://silencetheshame.com Instagram :https://www.instagram.com/silencetheshame/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SilenceThShame Podcast: https://silencetheshame.com/podcast.html Follow Dr. Alfiee: Website:  https://dralfiee.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dralfiee Twitter: https://twitter.com/dralfiee Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dralfiee/ Website: https://dralfiee.com Find out more about the AAKOMA Project here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvTKmYKi24I Season 3 Produced By: https://socialchameleon.us More Couched in Color: https://dralfiee.com/podcast Music Produced by: Mark “King” Batson (Superproducer of your favorite artists and Grammy award-winner for albums with Eminem and Beyoncé)

Couched in Color with Dr. Alfiee
S3E5: Beyond the Red Carpet: A Life Redirected to Service with Shanti Das

Couched in Color with Dr. Alfiee

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 40:33


In episode 5 of Couched in Color, Dr. Alfiee celebrates the comeback/reinvention of Shanti Das and her “Silence the Shame” mission. Shanti, well known in the entertainment industry for her work with some of music's top talent –like OutKast, Usher, Prince, TLC, Toni Braxton, and Erykah Badu, to name a few–shares a different type of success in this intimate interview. Shanti tells the story of the night she contemplated suicide, with pills nearby, and ended up reaching out for help. That night changed her life forever, as she was redirected to self-care and to teach others the same, especially encouraging others to open up about their mental health challenges.  “That I am here is a blessing from God and I don't take that for granted,” Shanti shares. Hence, starting with a hashtag of the name, she founded Silence the Shame, a non-profit foundation dedicated to eliminating mental health stigma, reducing health disparities, and improving rates of suicide among vulnerable populations.  Through community conversations, compelling content, and culturally responsive programs, the foundation aims to normalize the conversation, peel back the layers of shame, and promote mental wellness for vulnerable and disparate population groups, including Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer or Questioning (LGBTQ+), individuals in high-stress jobs, older adults and those living in rural communities.  Silence the Shame has received a prestigious award, national recognition and global awareness as a mental health movement. The beginnings: Looking back at her young life, Shanti says she was “introduced to mental health as a baby.”  Her father died by suicide when she was seven months old, leaving her mom alone to raise her and two older siblings. Now, as an adult, who has faced her darkest moments and continues to heal, she shares her “toolkit” of resources that helped her move forward.  Combining her faith journey with therapy is key, as is having a life coach, being outdoors, and traveling. Topics covered in this interview:–Walking away from a half-million-dollar per year job, with a corner office, and life on “the red carpet” supporting music celebrities. –Balancing the faith journey, that is often so important to people of color, sometimes exclusively, with the benefits of therapy. – Expanding Silence the Shame to include more major events such as the second annual,  My Life is a Gift: Suicide Awareness Summit, on Sept. 14, 2022 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., livestream online and limited in-person seating at The Gathering Spot in Atlanta, GA: https://silencetheshame.com/mlg-suicide-awareness-summit/my-life-is-a-gift-suicide-awareness-summit.html –The event is geared to youth and young adults, with a performance by a young rapper.  It also  will feature “an authentic hybrid opportunity of youth and young adult lived experience,” behavioral health and suicide prevention professionals, and family support. –A pilot “campus ambassadors program” at colleges. –May 1st being declared “Black Children's Mental Health Day” in the state of Georgia, and wanting to spread that concept to other states. –The launch of her new mind- body related company. Dr. Alfiee: “I'm so grateful that you're still here. And that night when you almost weren't going to be here anymore, that God put the right people in your place and in your space, and that  you had that hotline to call.”    Quoting one of her mentors, Dr. Alfiee commends Shanti for “turning learned helplessness to learned helpfulfuness.”  Background on Shanti Das | Founder of Silence the Shame non-profit; accomplished entertainment industry veteran Shanti is an accomplished entertainment industry veteran (for more than 25 years), speaker, author, and philanthropist.  Her music industry career (from intern to executive vice president) included positions at Capitol Records, LaFace Records, Columbia Records, Sony Urban Music and Universal Motown where she worked directly with some of music's top talent like OutKast, Usher, Prince, TLC, Toni Braxton, Erykah Badu, and more.  As a result of Shanti's extensive community work in the 2000 decade, she established  her own nonprofit, The Hip Hop Professional Foundation, Inc. The foundation was later rebranded under the name Silence the Shame, Inc., which received global awareness and has become a commonly used hashtag to normalize the conversation in America.  Shanti's foundation curates community conversations, offers wellness training, creates content and broadens awareness and education around mental health and wellness. In 2019, Silence the Shame was awarded one of five awards by the American Psychiatric Association Foundation for advancing minority mental health. Shanti has suffered from depression/anxiety over the years and has also experienced loved ones affected with mental health disorders. In addition to running her nonprofit, Shanti is a public speaker. She has presented live at companies/universities sharing her inspiring story and is now also facilitating virtual webinars around mental wellness with licensed mental health clinicians. Companies include: Warner Chappell Publishing, National Geographic, SB Projects, Translation agency, NBA, Sony ATV, EA Sports, LVMH, Sony Music UK, Warner Media, Warner Music Group, Def Jam records, Freddie Mac, Dillard University, Syracuse University, Alabama A&M and more. Awards and Honors: 2019- Shanti was named a Top Changemaker in the World (#7 out of 100) by a UK publication called The Big Issue! 2019- The American College of Neuropsychopharmacology (ACNP) has named Shanti Das as the recipient of the 2019 Media Award for Silence the Shame. 2020- NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Health) awarded Shanti Das their 2020 Multicultural Award. 2020- Named an ESSENCE Magazine Essential Hero in Mental Health. 2021- Culture Creators Health and Wellness Award. EVENT: My Life is a Gift: Suicide Awareness Summit Sept. 14, 2022 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Livestreaming & limited in-person seating at The Gathering Spot in Atlanta, GA Follow Shanti Das: Website: https://www.shantidas.biz Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shantidas404/ Silence the Shame: Website: https://silencetheshame.com Instagram :https://www.instagram.com/silencetheshame/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SilenceThShame Podcast: https://silencetheshame.com/podcast.html Follow Dr. Alfiee: Website:  https://dralfiee.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dralfiee Twitter: https://twitter.com/dralfiee Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dralfiee/ Website: https://dralfiee.com Find out more about the AAKOMA Project here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvTKmYKi24I Season 3 Produced By: https://socialchameleon.us More Couched in Color: https://dralfiee.com/podcast Music Produced by: Mark “King” Batson (Superproducer of your favorite artists and Grammy award-winner for albums with Eminem and Beyoncé)

Meio Ambiente
Polêmica sobre emissões de jatinhos de celebridades pode levar a mais regulação do setor na Europa

Meio Ambiente

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 9:19


Enquanto cada vez mais pessoas comuns se preocupam com o impacto climático do uso dos transportes no dia a dia, bilionários continuam a pegar jatinhos privados para viajar – e o que é pior, não se constrangem em se deslocar a bordo de um avião particular para fazer distâncias curtas, de dezenas de quilômetros. A polêmica gerada na esteira da divulgação dos hábitos de viagens de celebridades e ricos empresários leva países como a França a colocar o tema na mira de uma regulação mais rigorosa.  Lúcia Müzell, da RFI Nas últimas semanas, as revelações na internet causaram constrangimento a nomes como a cantora Taylor Swift ou o francês Bernard Arnault, dono do grupo de luxo LVMH, por trás de marcas como Louis Vuitton. Um voo de jatinho emite no mínimo 10 vezes mais gases de efeito estufa do que um avião comercial, conforme o número de passageiros a bordo. A comparação com um carro é ainda mais estarrecedora: uma hora de voo de jatinho equivale, em média, ao uso anual de um veículo convencional em um país desenvolvido. É por isso que algumas organizações ambientais consideram que chegou o momento de proibir os voos curtos de jatinho. Em março, a França baniu os voos nacionais que podem ser feitos de trem em até 2h30 – mas os jatinhos ficaram de fora da nova lei.  “Sim, devemos proibir desde já as linhas curtas. Isso já aconteceu na França para os voos comerciais e deve se estender aos jatinhos, para trajetos inclusive maiores, de até quatro horas. Fizemos um estudo que mostrou que a rede ferroviária francesa pode absorver esses passageiros”, afirma Pierre Leflaive, especialista em transportes da Réseau Action Climat, hub de 26 associações ambientais francesas. “Precisamos regular a frequência e a utilização dos voos em geral. É claro que podemos ter exceções, como os voos por razões médicas ou militares. Mas a verdade é quando estamos falando de jatos privados, falamos de bilionários. A fortuna média dos usuários é de € 1,3 bilhão”, aponta. Relatório  Baseado em dados públicos sobre a aviação, um relatório do grupo Yard revelou no início de agosto que as celebridades que mais usam jatos privados emitiram em média 3,37 toneladas de CO2 em voos apenas em 2022 – 482,3 vezes mais do que as emissões anuais de uma pessoa sem acesso a este privilégio. O estudo mostrou ainda que a duração média de voo é de 71,7 minutos e a distância, de 107,7 quilômetros.  Para se ter uma ideia o que isso representa, viajar em um jato privado comum é 50 vezes mais poluente do que em um trem, conforme apontou a organização Transport & Environnement, presente em vários países da Europa. “Todo o setor da aviação polui muito, pela combustão de querosene, principalmente no momento da decolagem e da aterrissagem. Nos jatos privados é mais problemático porque há um número limitadíssimo de passageiros dentro, que fazem principalmente trajetos curtos. Ou seja, são mais decolagens e aterrissagens para levar pouca gente”, critica Leflaive. Apesar do balanço ambiental catastrófico, e em meio a uma grave crise energética que obriga a população a economizar, o setor de jatos privados comemora uma expansão recorde na Europa desde a pandemia de coronavírus, com alta de até 20% da demanda, segundo a principal operadora francesa, Aeroaffaires.  “Difícil pensar em algo pior” Mesmo sem proibição dos voos, é possível limitar a pegada de carbono da aviação particular. As alternativas vão desde a adoção de impostos de compensação à obrigação de as aeronaves voarem com motores mais sustentáveis, inclusive elétricos ou movidos a biocombustíveis. A título de comparação, um Beechcraft Hawker 400XP chega a emitir quase quatro vezes menos CO2 do que um potente Dassault Falcon 7X. Melhores práticas também podem ser introduzidas, como banir os voos vazios – quando um jatinho voa apenas para buscar um passageiro. “Não consigo pensar num hábito que seja pior para o planeta do que o uso frequente de jatinho”, brinca o economista Samuel Sauvage, especialista em economia sustentável. “Num voo normal, se você faz um trajeto ida e volta de Paris a Nova York, você vai emitir cerca de 2 toneladas de CO2, que é o que nós deveríamos emitir por ano se quisermos cumprir o Acordo de Paris. Mas se você faz essa viagem de jato privado, vai gerar no mínimo cinco vezes mais emissões. Ou seja, é difícil pensar em algo pior.” O ministro francês dos Transportes, Clément Beaune, disse que o assunto será tratado pelo governo nas próximas semanas, no quadro do "Plano da Sobriedade Energética" elaborado pelo país. Também na Bélgica, o tema despertou a atenção dos deputados ecologistas neste retorno das atividades parlamentares, após as férias de verão na Europa.  Enquanto os “reles mortais” sofrem com secas extremas e enchentes devastadoras, para citar apenas algumas das consequências das mudanças climáticas, os hábitos extravagantes dos ricos geram indignação. Além disso, atrapalham na responsabilização coletiva sobre a crise ambiental, ao provocarem a sensação de que os maiores poluidores mantêm seus privilégios e continuam a emitir gases prejudiciais ao planeta, sem qualquer consequência. “Ao mesmo tempo em que pedem esforços para toda a população gastar menos, se comportar melhor, e que ela toma consciência sobre a crise climática e os seus impactos, uma pequena parte da população, superpoluidores e responsáveis pela maior parcela das emissões, proporcionalmente, não paga as consequências. Isso gera muitas questões de aceitação, por parte das pessoas”, critica Pierre Leflaive, da Réseau Action Climat. “50% dos franceses emitem em média 5 toneladas de CO2 por ano, mas os 10% mais ricos emitem em média 25 toneladas”, frisa.   Impacto simbólico da proibição Samuel Sauvage segue na mesma linha: o economista considera que regular o setor teria um importante efeito simbólico para o conjunto da sociedade. “A fração de pessoas mais ricas da sociedade se autoriza a poluir muito mais que a média dos habitantes e ainda se exibe assim nas redes sociais. Elas são um exemplo para muita gente. Em porcentagem, as emissões dos jatinhos são baixas, mas o impacto simbólico desse comportamento é considerável”, nota o economista. “Por isso, poderíamos começar com impostos específicos, como o que foi adotado para os iates, e idealmente transferir os recursos para viabilizar a queda do preço dos transportes menos poluentes, como o trem.” Mesmo assim, o especialista não se engana: uma taxa não seria suficiente para os ricos abandonarem de vez os jatinhos, e medidas mais drásticas serão necessárias no futuro. “É preciso planejar a transição para o fim destes jatos privados, com a participações das cidades, que deverão fechar, progressivamente, os aeroportos de negócios que atendem a essa clientela, afinal consideramos que os jatinhos são incompatíveis com uma sociedade sustentável”, diz o economista.

Entreprendre dans la mode
Pierre-Yves Roussel — CEO de Tory Burch (ex-directeur du LVMH Fashion Group) — Coordonner des métiers de passion et de raison [REDIFFUSION]

Entreprendre dans la mode

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 85:43


Riccardo Tisci chez Givenchy, Phoebe Philo chez Céline, Jonathan Anderson chez Loewe : derrière ces stratégies de recrutement de talents créatifs au succès incontestable se trouve Pierre-Yves Roussel. À la tête du LVMH Fashion Group et du comité exécutif pendant plusieurs années, Pierre-Yves a supervisé le développement des marques du groupe leader du luxe en définissant le positionnement de chacune, mais surtout en constituant les équipes créatives et business. C'est en s'intéressant au processus du travail créatif qu'il a brillamment projeté sa vision où le dialogue entre chaque partie est primordial. La connaissance 360 du secteur a permis à l'ex-conseiller financier de chez McKinsey de résoudre des problèmes avec agilité. Aujourd'hui, c'est aux côtés de Tory Burch qu'il continue d'écrire l'histoire d'une aventure humaine, créative et entrepreneuriale. Dans cet épisode, Pierre-Yves nous livre ses clés pour coordonner des métiers de passion et de raison, écrire l'histoire d'une marque pérenne et comprendre les objectifs d'un bon management d'entreprise. « À chaque fois qu'il y a une crise, il y a des opportunités.» Ce que vous allez apprendre dans cet épisode : Pierre-Yves se présente Ce qu'il a gardé de sa carrière dans la finance Comprendre les problématiques d'une entreprise d'un point de vue extérieur Ses débuts chez LVMH Son rôle et l'évolution de ses missions Ses apprentissages auprès de Bernard Arnault La vision qui l'a menée au succès Le recrutement dans la direction artistique Mesurer le succès d'un recrutement artistique Comment recruter un bon CEO compatible avec le DA ? Ses débuts chez Tory Burch Son recrutement chez Condé Nast L'ambition de la marque Comment se renouveler ? Préserver son business et son couple Comment rester passionné par son business ? Sa vision sur la réussite d'une entreprise Comment faire durer une marque ? Ses conseils pour Réuni « Je crois qu'on apprend toute sa vie. Le jour où on n'apprend plus, ça veut dire qu'il faut changer d'activité.» « Une marque, c'est comme un livre : vous écrivez différents chapitres et il faut que l'histoire soit raccord. Si vous répétez la même chose, on s'embête.» « Je regarde toujours le succès des entreprises à travers le succès des individus. » N'oubliez pas de vous inscrire à la newsletter de Entreprendre Dans La Mode, les industries créatives et l'art de vivre sur www.entreprendredanslamode.com Aussi, si vous souhaitez me contacter ou me suggérer de nouveaux invités, vous pouvez le faire sur Instagram sous le pseudonyme @entreprendredanslamode Enfin, le plus important : laissez-moi un avis sur Apple Podcast ou iTunes, 5 étoiles de préférence ; cela m'aide à faire connaître le podcast à plus de monde et me motive à faire de meilleures interviews ! Merci de soutenir ce podcast et à bientôt pour un nouvel épisode ! Références: Wharton : https://www.wharton.upenn.edu HSBC : https://www.hsbc.fr McKinsey : https://www.mckinsey.com LVMH : https://www.lvmh.com Andam : https://andam.fr CFDA : https://cfda.com Tory Burch Foundation : https://www.toryburchfoundation.org Tory Burch : https://www.toryburch.com

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
How to Thrive in the Competitive Florida Real Estate Market

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 19:20


Tomas Sulichin, President of the Commercial Division of RelatedISG Realty, sits down with us to share expert insights on current market conditions in Florida. A Miami native, he has a decade-long career in the competitive South Florida CRE market, and, today, he details its explosive growth for the past few years and how it is leveling out due to market corrections. He explains why they are still optimistic about the long-term prospects and also discusses strategies to succeed in the development space in South Florida.     [00:01 - 12:00] The Growth of Florida's Real Estate market Tomas on achieving great success at 35 He introduces Related Group and ISG With their diverse portfolio, they have a holistic view of the market South Florida is seeing a record number of relocations to the region Data gathering is critical, especially because there's a lot of speculation and pessimism Why Tomas is remaining bullish on the market [12:01 - 16:18] Development Risks and Opportunities Development is high risk but has high return potential if done correctly Opportunities for development are available in certain asset classes, such as multifamily and industrial It's important to be creative and strategic to stay competitive   [16:19 - 19:19] Closing Segment Tomas' hope for the future Reach out to Tomas!  Links Below Final Words Tweetable Quotes   “I think that we were at a point with the most liquidity that the world has ever seen.” - Tomas Sulichin “If you look at the national news, I wouldn't get out of bed 'cause everything seems negative. Then you actually look at the record, we track the sales, we track the volume and it's positive.” - Tomas Sulichin “When you're in a competitive market, you really have to try to get creative and reposition an asset.” - Tomas Sulichin -----------------------------------------------------------------------------   Connect with Tomas at tomas@relatedisg.com and follow him on Instagram.   Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.     Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below:   [00:00:00] Tomas Sulichin: Well, when you say development itself, I'm thinking of ground-up development, which is basically buying raw land and either entitlement or whether it's entitled and building a building. To do that, that's something that's easy to say that you do. It's very difficult to do it well. [00:00:27] Sam Wilson: Tomas is the President of the Commercial Division for Related ISG. He leads the commercial team's expansion in South Florida, leveraged by the firm's established strength in the residential market and development. Tomas, welcome to the show.  [00:00:39] Tomas Sulichin: Thank you. Great pleasure to be here, Sam.  [00:00:41] Sam Wilson: Hey man. The pleasure's mine. There are three questions I ask every guest who comes on the show: in 90 seconds or less, can you tell me where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there?  [00:00:50] Tomas Sulichin: So I started from a real estate household. So this is something that I've been around my whole life. Basically, it's a passion of mine. I see myself going into this well into my older years. I started, I mean, as as anybody else, I mean, from the bottom, basically very basic parts of the job. And I was able to really find a passion for it and I believe, scale myself up. I'm 35 years old, so I think I've done exceedingly well for myself at this age. It's still far from where I want to be in the next five or 10 years. But you have to be happy, but not complacent. [00:01:23] Sam Wilson: Far from where you want to be. We'll circle back really on that question. Can you tell me what does your company do precisely if possible?  [00:01:34] Tomas Sulichin: Sure. Even though it's a simple question, it's a little bit of elaborate answer for my side. [00:01:38] Sam Wilson: By all means, we have time, so carry on.  [00:01:41] Tomas Sulichin: Okay. Perfect. So we have two companies, one being Related Group, which is the largest development company in the state of Florida for the past, basically 42 years. We've done everything from ultra-luxury condominium projects latest ones being Armani. We recently launched Baccarat Towers in Brickell at a price point of around $1,300 a square foot, all the way to affordable housing. We recently completed Liberty Square, which is 2200 units, subsidized housing, and also mixed-use projects. So we do sometimes retail components, sometimes the office component just to better serve the community. The other side of the company is ISG, which International Sales Group, which specializes in the sales of these ultra projects or these large scale projects. Myself, personally, I lead the commercial division on the broker side. So I represent everything from buyers that are looking to purchase land to develop or existing assets, repositioning assets, and I get involved depending on what the client's needs are. I could get involved in raising equity, taking a part of the deal, or simply being a broker depending on what their needs are.  [00:02:48] Sam Wilson: Got it. That's really intriguing. I mean, there's a lot of moving pieces in all of that and I bet it gives you kind of holistic view of the market. Would you say that's fair?  [00:02:58] Tomas Sulichin: It does. 'cause it gives us a view. I mean myself, my day-to-day really is focused on the commercial sector, but I think commercial and residential really go hand in hand. If you have a strong residential market, I think that you're going to see commercial real estate also do exceedingly well and vice versa. If there's not a lot of companies that are relocating companies that are expanding, retail's not working good, you're usually going to be followed by a softer residential market. So being that our company has a very strong footprint in South Florida. Even though my sector is kind of niche, I get to see basically everything that's going on and it's important. I mean, to have, I think knowledge is power. So the more knowledge you have, I mean, the better you're going to.  [00:03:39] Sam Wilson: Do you see any warning signs? Do you see any caution flags going out saying, Hey, I guess, do you see anything in the market right now that people are taking unnecessary risk that maybe they could offset?  [00:03:50] Tomas Sulichin: Yes. I mean, if you turn on the news, I think that you're going to see a pretty grim picture of what's going on right now. You have a 9.1 inflation rate, which is the highest, I don't know. I mean, since, I don't know, The Great Depression. [00:04:02] Sam Wilson: Early eighties. [00:04:02] Tomas Sulichin: The seventies, since, the nation well before I was around. So it is a little bit concerning overall when we really do focus and, I mean, South Florida, fueled by international buyers, by buyers from a lot of different states from the Northeast New York, New Jersey, Connecticut from the west coast. And you have a record number of companies relocating over here and permanent residences relocating over here. So when we look at the local market, that's really my day-to-day job. I really do not see any warning signs. I mean, you're seeing, we're tracking sales year after year, every year we produce something that's called the Miami Report. So we do, we're very big in data gathering. And when you look at the sales, you look at the volumes and you look at what's going on, it's really a positive picture. When you look at people's opinions or when you look at interest rates and declining, that is something that is somewhat concerning and something that you have to take into consideration when negotiating deals, especially cap rate deals or deals that are going to be on a cash flow. But it's a reality of the world that we live in that you always have to adapt.  [00:05:03] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah, absolutely. And you guys are focused strictly in the Florida market, is that correct?  [00:05:08] Tomas Sulichin: Correct. So we're mainly based out of South Florida, which would be Palm Beach, Broward, and Dade county. But we do also real estate, I mean, we have projects right now going on in Naples, which would be the West Coast of Florida, in Sarasota, in Jacksonville, that's a great market, Tampa, Orlando, and Tallahassee. So we do have a footprint throughout Florida, but I wouldn't say that the same strength of the company is going to be in Miami as in Jacksonville or in Sarasota.  [00:05:35] Sam Wilson: Right. Right. Have you seen any softening and I know Florida right now it is just, I mean, it's growing like wildfire, so maybe this isn't a fair question for you, but maybe it is a fair question because, you know, everybody's always said that real estate is local. There is no national real estate market. like that because, you know, again, you listen to the news, you listen to any other talking head and in the end it's going to be like, oh no, the bottom's going to go out and the sky's falling at the same time. But for you, you guys are just seeing an incredible boom, but is there any softening in your market or is there any changing investor preferences that you've noticed here in the last 12 months? You'd say, Hey, that's something we, that should be discussed.  [00:06:11] Tomas Sulichin: Well, I mean, interest rates and commercial real estate really go hand in hand. So that's something that we were coming off of historically low interest rates. I mean, we were able to get loans at 3%, sub 3%, bridge loans at 4%, 5%, 6%. Right now, I mean, you're seeing that we've gone up over 150 basis points, the announcement right now that they're going to go up maybe another 75 basis points. So that's something that's definitely taken into consideration and certain deals that we're trading at historically low cap rates. We were buying, or I was seeing clients by class C multifamily add four caps or four sub caps. And. That is something that you simply can do unless you're getting a very, very low interest rate. I mean, most of the time these transactions are going to be heavily leveraged because that's the only way how to make sense out of it. Your cash and cash return is good, even though the overall return, as you would see on paper, doesn't seem so good. But right now, being that the reality is that interest rates have jumped up, we do have to make adjustments. Overall, again, I'm very bullish on the market. We're still tracking an enormous amount of deals. We're still, our phone is really ringing off the hook. The way that I analyze real estate at this point and I think anybody does is pre-COVID, post-COVID. Post-COVID, we saw Miami basically go through an accelerated growth up to the term that is almost non-sustainable. I mean, you can't have a regular market grow 30%, 40% year after year. So at certain point, you have to a little bit plateau. It has to even out, things have to fall back to normal and have growth, and it's steady big growth, but not to a level that residential rent goes from $3,000 to $6,000 or $5,500. That's not normal. So I'm actually happy to see certain corrections within the market. And then also certain properties that I think were very extremely overpriced that they're now they're getting a little bit of a price adjustment not because the market is necessarily an overall correction, just because a property that should have been $10 million, they were advertising it or trying to sell it at $13 million because of the combination of being fueled by South American investors, Northeast investors, and extremely low interest rates. So right now, I mean, we're seeing some changes, but again, overall, the picture seems very positive in our view.  [00:08:33] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah. I mean, just to recap that, we've seen explosive growth and what you're seeing is not necessarily a downturn, but just a normalization where maybe the trajectory is not straight up into the right like it has been. It might be, you know, flattening out and that's okay.  [00:08:48] Tomas Sulichin: I mean, it's almost necessary. I wouldn't even say that it's okay. It's almost necessary for a market to be sustainable. [00:08:53] Sam Wilson: Right. I mean, we've printed so much money. The number is astounding that we flooded the economy with where is that extra capital going in my assessment? I would've said over the last two years, it's had a flight to assets, which is why asset prices have been, you know, skyrocketed there's been cash available. Valuations have skyrocketed. So as that starts to normalize, is that capital all been absorbed into the market? And I know I'm asking a kind of a broad question. Has it been absorbed into the market or is it something where it's just patiently waiting for opportunity?  [00:09:24] Tomas Sulichin: So I think that we were at a point with the most liquidity that the world has ever seen and not only, I mean, if we look outside of real estate. I mean, you look at luxury goods and LVMH did the record year of sales in. 2021. I mean, you see a Rolex price that retails at 34,000 being sold for 150,000. You see a car that again, the MSRP is 80,000 being sold for double. So we saw just overall the effects of 10 trillion being printed, cryptocurrency going skyrocketing and stock skyrocketing, and everybody was really liquid. I think right now you're seeing a little bit of the pullback from that 'cause I mean you're seeing corrections throughout different markets, but again, I think that the investment grade of people that really buy commercial real estate is very different profile than somebody that's buying Bitcoin or somebody that's buying a Rolex watch. So you have to separate that and you can't kind of pull everything together. I see the memes, which I laugh. I'm a big social media guy. And then I was seeing the memes going like, stock market with the grim reaper, luxury goods with the grim reaper, and then followed by the real estate, like knocking on the next door. I really don't think that that's something that's going to happen because you can't just pull everything together the same way that you said, Sam, that if you look at the national news, I wouldn't get out of bed 'cause I mean, everything seems negative. Then you actually look and we look at a record, we track the sales, we track the volume and it's positive. So there has to be certain corrections and there's going to be some aftermath of $10 trillion being printed. That's the reality. And we're seeing inflation, we're seeing the feds fighting that with rising interest rates. But the reality is in the market, at least in the market that I'm in, that I'm an expert in, that we're experts in, we see a very positive picture. You see companies like Citadel relocating a thousand employees that was announced a couple of weeks ago, one of the biggest funds in the United States, Ken Griffin. So you see things like that happening month after month, which before it it was nonexistent in South Florida. We just didn't have that level of buyer, that level of company basing itself out of here. And we have companies now like BlackRock or Microsoft leasing in Brickell one after another.  [00:11:36] Sam Wilson: Right. That's wild. And until that excess capital is fully priced into the market, I just don't, I mean, maybe I'm crazy, maybe I'm wrong. I just don't see asset prices declining. [00:11:47] Tomas Sulichin: I would agree with you.  [00:11:48] Sam Wilson: Yeah. And that's going to take a long time to get 10 trillion kind of fully absorbed into the market and have the market accurately priced. Now, according to how much how much money is out there chasing yield. So that's really interesting. Let's talk about development and development potential risk and opportunity. What do you see on that front right now? If someone were to get into development, what do you see as the low-hanging fruit in development today? [00:12:15] Tomas Sulichin: Well, when you say development itself, I'm thinking of ground-up development, which is basically buying raw land and either entitlement or whether it's entitled and building a building. To do that, you really, I mean, that's something that's easy to say that you do. It's very difficult to do it well. So anybody could call themselves a developer and I've seen a lot of people buy lands, spend years trying to build something, and really get little to no return afterwards. And I've seen companies, I'm not even thinking about our own company, I mean, countless companies or individual do and execute that very successfully. But that takes a lot of market knowledge. It takes a big team in place, whether it's from architects to city expediters, to the right construction companies. So while development is the highest return, it's the highest risk because I mean, you have to do the most in order to get it versus trying to buy let's say an existing multifamily and reposition it or not necessarily reposition it, but do a value add deal, try to increase the rents, clean it up, maybe put some partitions, turn one-bedrooms into two bedrooms. So as anything in life, the higher the risk, the higher the return. The reality is that when you're developing ground up again, I think that you have to be very knowledgeable. My first, when we started the podcast, I mean, when I said, I'm a long way to where I want to be, I mean, my long-term expectation is to really develop deals myself, be called a developer. I could technically maybe put that in my business card, but I don't think I'm there yet. So that's how much I respect the industry and how much I respect the people that really do that well.  [00:13:43] Sam Wilson: Do you see opportunity right now? I mean, is there an asset class in particular, you said man, or a type of asset, you said this is something that's missing in the market at large, that people should be focusing on you know, that maybe again would be just ripe for or just full of opportunity, you got anything on that front?  [00:14:01] Tomas Sulichin: Sure. So I think, I mean, the opportunities were really, you have to put work into the building. There's certain asset classes that obviously outperform others. Multifamily was one of the strongest one, followed by industrial, which we saw huge need for logistics. I mean, at least in South Florida, we have an average price point on industrial at $200 a square foot for sales versus the national average, which is 134. So it's a very big difference of, of what's going on over here. The reality is that, but to create value, I think that you can be looking for what we call for coupon clipper deals, meaning that everything's already done, they renovated the building, or all you have to do is maybe put a little bit of paint on the facade. That's not the reality of the market, at least in a market like South Florida which is extremely competitive. And when you're in a competitive market, you really have to try to get creative and reposition an asset. A good example is last year I purchased a building, which historically was a warehouse. Then for the past, maybe 15 or 20 years, it was utilized as a church and it was being sold as a church. When we looked at it, we saw the location, which was a very strategic location next to a major highway, very close to some big points in South Florida within the Miami market. And I walked the building and I looked at it and I said, Hey, this is an industrial property. I mean, right now, I mean, they have altar and they have all these different things, but we could really turn this back into an industrial property and get substantially higher rents and higher value for the property. And we basically did that. It was a long process. I mean, it's a year process. It's not that something that you say like, oh, in two months, I'm going to change this up and then have it fully running. [00:15:38] Tomas Sulichin: So we really give ourselves a 12 to 18-month window to do something like that. But that's really how you create value to try to see an asset that maybe somebody's overlooking and then create the value reposition. When you're aiming for the sectors that are doing exceedingly well, again, you're going to be, people are, most of the time sellers are going to be asking top dollars. So if multifamily is trading very good, because everybody needs housing or industrial, there's no vacancy you're going to be paying higher money for those. So sometimes even looking at the assets that haven't performed as well, sometimes also creates additional value, whether it's hotel or whether it's retail. [00:16:16] Sam Wilson: I love it. Absolutely love it. Let's circle back to the beginning of our conversation where you said you're far from where you want to be. Let's personally find out from you what you want the future to look like and how you intend on getting there.  [00:16:30] Tomas Sulichin: So again, real estate is something that I see myself working a long time in really into, I don't ever see myself retiring, maybe just switching positions or sitting at the different side of the table, but it's something that I foresee myself and even my children working into. Myself, I've been in sales for quite a long time, basically every job, I've never had a job that was salary based ever since I was 17 years old, my first job was at a mattress store for a few months, and that's when I started kind of learning sales and kind of progressed from there. So I liked sales job at the same time I really would love to see myself in the next 5 or 10 years switching more into a development position and being able, maybe it's an egotistical thing, but I would love to drive by building and look at it 20-story, 50-story, whatever it is and say, I put that there. I mean, that's going to be there well after I'm gone. So, when I say a long way from where I want to be, again, I'm in the sector I want to be. And in the business I want to be. But again, I think I, there's still a lot of room to grow and especially in a market like Miami, where you have people like Gil Dezer or Jorge Perez and these mega multibillionaires. So I always am happy of what I achieved. But I'm not a person that's ever complacent, so I'm never going to sit back and say, oh, I got a good commission. So now I don't have to show up at work tomorrow, or I don't have to show up at work for the next few months. I mean, you get a commission, you wake up the next day and go right back at it again to make sure it keeps happening.  [00:17:57] Sam Wilson: I love it. I love it. Tomas, thank you for taking the time to come on the show today. You've certainly given us lots of good things to think about both from a macro market perspective and also in the Florida markets there. And just how it is that you, how you guys are taking down deals, how you guys are brokering risk you see in the marketplace. It's, yeah, it's certainly been a great conversation. I've really enjoyed it. If our listeners want to get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that?  [00:18:23] Tomas Sulichin: So I would say it's either by email or even through Instagram. So, my email is going to be Tomas, T O M A S @relatedisg.com or my Instagram is @the_sulichin, which is very easy to pronounce and spell, but it's S U L I C H I N. So either one of those, I always look at my messages or my emails.  [00:18:47] Sam Wilson: Wonderful. Tomas. Thank you for coming on the show today. Certainly appreciated  [00:18:51] Tomas Sulichin: Sam. It was a pleasure to be here at any time. Thank you. 

Green-ish
Giving Chocolate a Makeover with Kathryn Shah, Founder of Spring & Mulberry

Green-ish

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 65:49


#9. Have you ever wondered what it's like to create the new Godiva— without the sugar? Be the Brand Manager for Veuve Cliquot & Pantone? Travel the world & find the power of one ingredient: dates? Kathryn Shah is the visionary co-founder behind Spring & Mulberry— a newly launched line of nourishing treats showing that there is more to sweet than sugar. Shah attended the University of Michigan and Harvard Business School before beginning her career at Unilever, where she built brands like Ragu Pasta Sauce, Dove, and Axe Haircare. She was then the Brand Manager for Veuve at LVMH and Vice President of Global Marketing at Pantone. With dates, fruits, nuts, and cocoa— Spring and Mulberry's flavors are without limit, just like this conversation!In this episode, we discuss:— How sailing around the world and traveling to 13 countries created Spring & Mulberry's mission— Her battle with health and how the lows inform the beauty of our lives— How to support those dealing with a sickness— What “sweet is more than sugar” truly means— Why your career path is not a linear ladder— How to know if you should partner with a vendor or self-manufacture your product— What she learned from Veuve and Pantone, industry leaders in brandingSTAY UP-TO-DATEFollow us on Instagram.Sign up for our newsletter.BRANDS WE LOVEGo to Pique or use code "GREENISH" for 5% off.Go to HRBLS and use code “GREENISH” for 15% off.Go to Suckerz and use code “GREENISH15” for 15% off.Go to Karma Nuts and use code “GREENISH” for 20% off.Go to ChikiChikiBoomBoom and use code “GREENISH20” for 20% off.Go to BUBBLE Goods and use code “GREENISH10” for $10 off $50+.Tune in every other Friday at 9am PT / 12pm ET for your dose of greens.Let's chat! Email us at contact@agreenishlife.com.

Alles auf Aktien
Euphorie bei ManUnited und die Aufsteiger bei den Norwegern

Alles auf Aktien

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 9:22


In der heutigen Folge „Alles auf Aktien“ sprechen die Finanzjournalisten Laurin Meyer und Philipp Vetter über Turbulenzen bei ManUnited und die Rückkehr der Inflationsangst. Außerdem geht es um Uniper, Infineon, Covestro, Vonovia, Ineos, Mercedes, Hellofresh, Zalando, Tesla, Twitter, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Alphabet, Tencent, Samsung, Shell, Roche, Nestlé, Meta, Taiwan Semiconductor und LVMH. Wir freuen uns an Feedback über aaa@welt.de. Disclaimer: Die im Podcast besprochenen Aktien und Fonds stellen keine spezifischen Kauf- oder Anlage-Empfehlungen dar. Die Moderatoren und der Verlag haften nicht für etwaige Verluste, die aufgrund der Umsetzung der Gedanken oder Ideen entstehen. Für alle, die noch mehr wissen wollen: Holger Zschäpitz können Sie jede Woche im Finanz- und Wirtschaftspodcast "Deffner&Zschäpitz" hören. Impressum: https://www.welt.de/services/article7893735/Impressum.html Datenschutz: https://www.welt.de/services/article157550705/Datenschutzerklaerung-WELT-DIGITAL.html

Glam Observer
I analyzed 300 fashion jobs + what's the Summer Fashion Camp

Glam Observer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 16:44


I have analyzed 300 job descriptions posted online by different companies: LVMH, Gucci, Cartier, Macy's, Dior.. in different countries and different roles: trend forecasting, buying, merchandising, styling, brand management, digital, marketing… In this podcast episode I'll share: what the common and most frequent requirements in all the fashion jobs arehow I landed my job at Alexander McQueenwhat the recruiter told me when they hired mewhat's the summer fashion camp and why + how to joinSummer Fashion Camp, learn more + join here https://glamobserver.com/summer-fashion-campFree Webinar 3 steps to land a job in fashion https://glamobserver.com/free-webinar/Questions? DM me on Instagram @glamobserver