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MiningWeekly.com Audio Articles
Minerals Council urges faster inclusion of private electricity suppliers

MiningWeekly.com Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 4:05


The Minerals Council South Africa supports President Cyril Ramaphosa's electricity recovery plan and urges more rapid private sector participation in resolving the country's deepening electricity crisis. Minerals Council members have 6 500 MW of embedded energy projects in the pipeline which will ease demand pressures on Eskom, giving it the space to conduct much-needed maintenance programmes. The 89 projects by 29 mining companies are worth more than R100-billion. The mining industry's projects are part of the more than 8 000 MW of energy projects the private sector has planned, taking advantage of the removal of the 100 MW cap on licence-free embedded energy projects by President Ramaphosa in July. The plans outlined to stabilise South Africa's electricity supplies included, as a primary focus, the stabilisation and normalisation of Eskom, which declared Stage 6 load-shedding on Sunday after multiple plant failures. “It's critical we get stabilisation in the existing network while we in the private sector do what is necessary to get investment into the next stage of South Africa's energy chapter by developing alternative additional sources of electricity in the form of renewable energy,” Minerals Council CEO Roger Baxter stated in a release to Mining Weekly. “We know load-shedding will be a risk for the next two years, but we must continue to bring supplemental supply from the private sector on stream as quickly as possible,” Baxter added. There has been progress around the time it takes to register private renewable energy projects and access Eskom's grid, and in relaxing environmental permitting, but there are still unnecessary bottlenecks that are delaying investments. The Minerals Council and fellow business groups and energy users have raised these with the Presidency and relevant Ministers. Eskom CEO André de Ruyter has said the utility needs up to 6 000 MW of additional electricity supply so its teams can conduct effective maintenance programmes on its fleet of aged power plants. The energy projects in the mining industry are largely for self-use as the sector strives to be a net-zero carbon emitter in line with commitments by its global peers by 2050. The industry has noted Eskom is willing to buy third-party generated electricity as outlined in the President's energy recovery plans, but at the moment mines are focused on supplying their own needs to take pressure off the national grid. As reported by Mining Weekly, Eskom aims to approach the market imminently with an offer to buy up to 1 000 MW of surplus electricity that it believes could be immediately available from existing independent power producers and large companies with their own generation capacity Mining companies that have opted to self-generate have found the business case to be exceedingly strong. Gold Fields' South Deep gold mine west of Johannesburg in Gauteng will be generating its own solar power at a mere 8.5% of the cost of power from the national grid. The JSE- and New York-listed company is also optimistic that it will be successful in augmenting the solar power generated with wind power. Gold mining company Pan African Resources, which began with 10 MW, is now targeting another 30 MW. From its pioneering 10 MW endeavour it saved R4-million in its first month of generation. Moreover, the energy transition under way globally presents a fresh opportunity for South Africa to build a clean and inclusive energy ecosystem that can create new and significant economic opportunities for the African continent. This continent, with its vast natural reserves of abundant sun and wind, provides an unmissable opportunity to both decarbonise and create significant new economic sectors – and many in mining have been committed for a long time now to play their role in making that opportunity a reality.

Letting & Estate Agent Podcast
Too Many PropTech Suppliers - Ep. 1434

Letting & Estate Agent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 4:41


PropTech proponent and industry expert Matt Goddard made the trip to Grantham to join me on the WatkinSofa to discuss all things Estate Agency and PropTech. In this interview, he talks about whether or not there are too many PropTech suppliers in the industry today.

Planned Solutions
Student Loan Forgiveness Commodity Cycles Are Everywhere Fed's Tough Talk Rattles Markets (

Planned Solutions

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 24:21


In this episode of the Planned Solutions Incorporated Podcast, The recent executive order creating student loan forgiveness of $10,000 or $20,000 for most student loan borrowers has created more questions than it has answered. Over time we should get more information on how this will be administered and the steps that borrowers will need to take to apply. However, there are some changes to student loan repayment programs that have been made which may impact some borrowers and allow them to better plan for their financial future. Also, Commodity prices often follow predictable patterns as supply and demand shift over time. These cycles can lead to high prices followed by low prices and then high prices again. For example, one needs to look no further than the market for avocados which surged from 2017-2019 due to increased demand. Suppliers responded by increasing production creating a glut of avocados causing prices to drop. And, The Federal Reserve's tough talk on inflation at their Jackson Hole, WY symposium has caused investors to shift their concern from high inflation to slowing economic growth. This shift in sentiment may have taken Fed officials by surprise as they attempt to find the right balance between fighting inflation while maintaining US economic growth, the so-called “soft landing” scenario. Plus a look at the Planned Solutions Incorporated Office Bulletin Board- The calendar says that Summer is nearing an end but the thermometer here in Sacramento and elsewhere is telling a different story with temperatures exceeding 110 degrees for multiple days in a row. Naturally, with such extreme heat, we are looking forward to the Fall and hopefully the mild weather that it typically brings. Fall also is the season for tax planning and Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs) from retirement accounts. This is a good time to meet to review tax strategy, tax withholdings, and discuss ways to reduce or manage tax liabilities before the year ends and many of the options available go away. If you are interested in discussing your tax situation, reviewing your RMD and the tax implications, or discussing strategies such as Roth IRA conversions, please contact us to set up a meeting. Or, let us know that you would like to include tax planning as an agenda topic for your next review meeting. Chase participated in the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Society of Sacramento's annual golf tournament. In addition to being a fun day on the links, this tournament is always a great opportunity to network with other financial analysts and “talk shop.” In Sacramento the majority of the CFA Society members work at two of the nation's largest pension funds, California Employees' Pension Services (CalPERS) and California State Teachers Retirement Services (CalSTRS) making it a great opportunity to learn what changes are occurring at these institutions both from an investment and participant services standpoint. Chase Armer's book- Financial Planning Insights is now available at: www.amazon.com/Financial-Planning…1586894022&sr=8-1 To subscribe to the Personal Finance Review (the written form of all the content we discuss on the podcast) please e-mail Katie@PlannedSolutions.com The Personal Finance Review is published and distributed on a biweekly basis by Planned Solutions, Inc. for informational purposes only. Please seek the advice of a qualified financial planner before taking any action. Planned Solutions, Inc.

Undisruptable
Rules that turned upside down in 2022

Undisruptable

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 6:56


Business ules that have operated forever have been turned upside down, at least for a while. Balances have shifted. Buyers are no longer gods that must be appeased at all costs. Suppliers are over-run by demand and can't get enough supplies to handle all the work. Nobody has enough staff. This shift in balance will test who is good at business. This week, thoughts on how to adapt and thrive, rather than just complaining.

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Brad Olsen: Economist on data showing 8.7 percent increase in costs from grocery suppliers to supermarkets

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 3:32


Cost increases from grocery suppliers to supermarkets continue to accelerate. The Infometrics-Foodstuffs Grocery Supplier Cost Index shows an 8.7 percent rise last month. Almost three times the number of products increased in cost than for the same month in 2019. Infometrics Principal Economist Brad Olsen says farm expenses like fertiliser are rising at decade highs. He says that means people who produce New Zealand tomatoes and the like are being hit hard with their own input cost increases. Olsen says they're passing on those increases to the supermarkets,  and those are passed on to consumers. LISTEN ABOVE  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Best of Business
Brad Olsen: Economist on data showing 8.7 percent increase in costs from grocery suppliers to supermarkets

Best of Business

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 3:32


Cost increases from grocery suppliers to supermarkets continue to accelerate. The Infometrics-Foodstuffs Grocery Supplier Cost Index shows an 8.7 percent rise last month. Almost three times the number of products increased in cost than for the same month in 2019. Infometrics Principal Economist Brad Olsen says farm expenses like fertiliser are rising at decade highs. He says that means people who produce New Zealand tomatoes and the like are being hit hard with their own input cost increases. Olsen says they're passing on those increases to the supermarkets,  and those are passed on to consumers. LISTEN ABOVE  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Light Reading Podcasts
What's the story? The rise of independent OS suppliers for smart TVs

Light Reading Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 20:52


Light Reading's Jeff Baumgartner discusses the rise of independent suppliers of operating systems for Smart TVs, and what their entry into the market could mean for incumbent suppliers. In addition, we take a look at Comcast and Charter's mobile strategies. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

MiningWeekly.com Audio Articles
Platinum group metals demand lift from hydrogen momentum creating excitement

MiningWeekly.com Audio Articles

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 6:40


As a platinum group metals (PGM) producer, Impala Platinum is excited about the opportunity of hydrogen as a potential new demand source, says Impala Platinum executive new commodities Seten Naidoo. “The exciting component for us is actually the green hydrogen,” says Naidoo, who was speaking as a panel member at this week's Hydrogen Economy Discussion. “We're looking at around 2.5-million ounces of PGMs by 2040 and breaking that down, you can allocate about one million ounces to fuel cells, 500 000 oz to 700 000 oz to electrolysers and another 700 000 oz to a million ounces that could potentially find its way into the storage market,” he estimates. Implats is committed to a five-year, R50-billion capital investment programme to extend life-of-mine development at several of its operations, increase beneficiation capacity, strengthen energy security and ensure the group meets its decarbonisation targets. “It's a bit of a chicken-and-egg scenario. If we want the hydrogen economy to become a new PGM demand source and grow, we can't make the industry nervous about supply. “So, Impala Platinum as well as our peers, are all on the path of not cutting back production. We're wanting to keep it at the same level or in time increase it in certain metals,” says Naidoo. “There is significant potential for platinum group metals (PGMs) as a result of green hydrogen gaining momentum as a key element in the successful energy transition,” says Deloitte senior manager energy Jandre Bezuidenhout, who served as chair of the panel that included Isondo Precious Metals CEO Vinay Somera, Mitsubishi Corporation business development head Dr Jonathan Butler, and Hystar sales and applications engineering head Tina Andersen. London-based Butler, who specialises in the sales and marketing of PGMs, is closely involved with Mitsubishi's new hydrogen industry thrust. “The first thing to remember, when we talk about PGMs and the hydrogen economy, is that we're not just talking about fuel cells and electrolysis, but we're talking about PGMs touching pretty much the entire hydrogen value chain, that is from upstream electrolysis to hydrogen, distribution, and storage, and to electrical downstream use. “On the upstream side, PEM electrolysis is a big user of platinum and iridium, but also alkaline technology which utilises ruthenium. There's seawater electrolysis, which uses platinum and iridium. “Then there's liquid organic hydrogen carriers and then to extract the hydrogen at the other end. The we get to fuel cells and that is where the volume is right now, but there is also hydrogen peroxide and utilizing the building blocks of the entire chemical value chain using PGMs, whether that be from electrolysis. “Suppliers of PGMs need to give those in the market confidence that PGM prices are not going to fly away from them,” says Butler. Somera, as the founder and CEO of Isondo, a South African PGM technology company focused on the producing membrane electrode assemblies and PGM catalysts for fuel cells and electrolysers, as well as the recycling of these parts back into their core PGM constituents, reports that his company is also working to deploy three hydrogen refueling stations for hydrogen fuel cell buses and trucks, based on access to seven tons of hydrogen a day in the Johannesburg area. Isondo has a state-of-the-art facility being developed at OR Tambo special economic zone and has positioned itself to be at the same level of technological expertise as the world's best. “Our facility will be similar in size to what they're doing in China and at the same level of quality as well. It is designed holistically around the processes utilising the latest development in the field so we can be the most modern in the natural skills sense,” Somera reveals. “Great things are coming. I've got 100% confidence in that,” says Bezuidenhout. Andersen is part of an organisation that ultimately aims to develop the world's most efficient PEM electrolysers, which are key enab...

Building Good
Diverse suppliers work for all - with Darrell Schuurman

Building Good

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 24:34


Why does it matter if a construction project buys from diverse suppliers? If I'm a gay electrician, why should I be open about that? If an architect or carpenter is hiding their sexual orientation or gender identity, how will that affect the project? Geoff Capelle is our guest host and he's chatting with the CEO of Canada's LGBT+ Chamber of Commerce, Darrell Schuurman. They talk about creating safe spaces and why making your supply chain inclusive of LGBT+ and other diverse suppliers is better for business, how it can create a better workplace, and lead to more innovative teams.Join the Building Good Podcast Community today:https://www.buildinggood.caLinkedIn

Power Supply
Suppliers Managing Suppliers: A Look Behind the Curtain of Manufacturing

Power Supply

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 39:55


Most manufacturers are not making every component of their products and rely on their own suppliers.  The number of suppliers can be many and the bill of material can be up to 70-80% outsourced.  This is why having an internal framework for managing those relationships and aligning that framework to protect market position and enhance the customer experience is crucial.  Hays Waldrop, Garry Skinner and Justin Poulin welcome Abe Salloum on this episode of Power Supply to offer insights from his extensive healthcare manufacturing experience and why end-to-end transparency is a necessity to push #healthcaresupplychain towards greater success in a time of backorders! Loving the #PowerSupply conversations? You can now download our free mobile app: Apple: https://lnkd.in/gzg_s8H2 Android: https://lnkd.in/g_Bs3B72 And listen at: iTunes -> https://lnkd.in/gj3HTbUG Spotify -> https://lnkd.in/gVRx6vNa Stitcher -> https://lnkd.in/gh3ZQifn Amazon Podcasts -> https://lnkd.in/gDhPJDgh Google Podcasts -> https://lnkd.in/gisj3y2R #SupplierManagement #PowerSupply #Podcast #Education #SupplyChain #HealthcareSupplyChain #Healthcare #Purchasing #Contracting #StrategicSourcing

Dropshipping - Talks from dropshippers to dropshippers
EASIEST Way To Find The Best Dropshipping Suppliers For Your Online Store

Dropshipping - Talks from dropshippers to dropshippers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 19:08


With so many dropshipping supplier options in the market, it can be tricky to know which one to choose that will best fit your eCommerce business model. That's exactly why we're here! We're going to provide you with the best tips for finding reliable dropshipping suppliers that offer not only

Real Estate Investing Morning Show ( REI Investment in Canada )
Sourcing Suppliers For Renovations (Canada Edmonton Alberta)

Real Estate Investing Morning Show ( REI Investment in Canada )

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 64:18


Ready to become a Real Estate Investing Master? Join the Masters Mentorship Program! www.reimasters.ca   Need a quick coaching call to get your questions answered? Book a 60 minute coaching call! https://calendly.com/wayne-hillier-coaching/60-minutes

Go Sokal Podcast
How Do Automotive Suppliers Thrive in the EV Evolution?

Go Sokal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 31:25


On episode 25 of the Go Sokal Podcast, hosts Katy Welch and Chris Mulally sit down with Actify CEO Dave Opsahl to discuss enterprise visualization, the biggest challenges that suppliers are concerned about right now, the effects of the EV transition, and so much more. A lot is covered in 30 min, so we hope you check it out and enjoy the informative discussion! 

Real Estate Investor Dad Podcast ( Investing / Investment in Canada )
Sourcing Suppliers For Renovations (Canada Edmonton Alberta)

Real Estate Investor Dad Podcast ( Investing / Investment in Canada )

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 64:18


Ready to become a Real Estate Investing Master? Join the Masters Mentorship Program! www.reimasters.ca   Need a quick coaching call to get your questions answered? Book a 60 minute coaching call! https://calendly.com/wayne-hillier-coaching/60-minutes

The SAMA Podcast
Customers Win, Suppliers Win With Gus Maikish And Noel Capon

The SAMA Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 47:31


The Richard Piet Show
Initiative Seeks to Connect Minority-Owned Suppliers with Larger SW Michigan Businesses

The Richard Piet Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 14:42


Khari Worthy's company - Worthy Construction of Kalamazoo - has been in business since 2017. Like many entrepreneurs newly in business, Khari's company met with early success, but was ready for some growth guidance. At the same time, an initiative to assist minority-owned businesses with entrepreneurial growth and support was coming together. Khari was a perfect candidate."The Blueprint" is an initiative between the City of Kalamazoo, PNC Bank and Southwest Michigan First - and is led by Room 35, a business strategy and coaching organization based in Kalamazoo. In this episode, Southwest Michigan First Chamber Director Clarence Lloyd, Room 35's Joshua Gray and Khari Worthy discuss "The Blueprint" and how it has assisted Khari's business growth. As well, they discuss the overall goals of the program: Support traditionally underserved community businesses in growing their network capital and relationships - while working to address social wealth gaps.Episode ResourcesMore from the Southwest Michigan First Chamber: New Director Discusses Southwest Michigan First-Led Chamber of CommerceChamber's Choice Awards Highlight the Best of Kalamazoo CountySouthwest Michigan First Chamber websiteRoom 35 website —-Could your organization or business use purposeful exposure like this in order to share your story? Check out Livemic Communications for more information.

Real Money Real Business Podcast
RMRB 683 - Making Use of Local Suppliers to Build a Streamlined Amazon FBA Business

Real Money Real Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 23:27


In this episode, Lauren talks to the seller of an Amazon FBA and eCommerce business created in January 2018 in the supplements niche. Listen in to find out how the business makes an average of $17,494 per month in net profit, why the seller has decided to sell, the lessons learned from running the business, and much more. Visit https://app.empireflippers.com/listing/62496 to learn more about this business.

Let's Talk Weddings
6 Huge Benefits of Using Local Wedding Suppliers (Rebroadcast)

Let's Talk Weddings

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 22:04


In today's episode, we cover the huge benefits of why you should choose local wedding vendors. From saving money, venue knowledge, and the all-around good karma you get from choosing a local supplier. Enjoy the episode!Follow/Subscribe on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts.Learn more about The Wedding & Event Creators HEREInstagram; @wedeventcreatorsFacebook; https://www.facebook.com/TheWeddingAndEventCreators

The CEO Next Door
David Metzner - B&G Sales

The CEO Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 53:23


Have you ever wondered what happens to excess merchandise? What do decorative pillows, Christmas décor, picture frames, snorkeling equipment, and onion head baking soda holders have in common?Tune in this week to hear from liquidation expert David Metzner as we learn about B&G Sales and the nuances of the wholesale world!

Bringing Business to Retail
Are Your Suppliers Doing This - Masha Titova

Bringing Business to Retail

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 57:57


  Would you rather buy from a supplier who makes a lot of effort to send customers your way AND make it easier to sell their products...or one that just takes your money? If your suppliers aren't helping you grow, it might be time to move on and find new ones. Adaptability and profitability go hand in hand as the landscape changes for retailers and ecommerce store owners. So having the most suitable suppliers to help you is more important than ever. In this week's episode, Masha and I discuss not only her journey with her luxury lingerie brand Titov, but how she's actively working with her retailers when it comes to marketing. Masha Titova is a Designer, Founder, and Consultant in the luxury retail space. After working for companies such as Marc Jacobs and Kanye West's Yeezy Brand, she set off to create a luxury lingerie brand called TITOV. Her vision focuses on lingerie that is comfortable, but still sexy. Pulling from inspiration from her own life living in major cities, she's able to cater to a unique customer with one-of-a-kind designs. During her time receiving her MBA, she began helping companies launch as well as joining the board of a non-profit, MPerfectly. In her spare time, she is a mentor at her alma mater and is a teaching assistant for Scott Gallaway's new company, Section4.

Dropshipping - Talks from dropshippers to dropshippers
11 Best UK Dropshipping Suppliers | eBay, Shopify, Wix

Dropshipping - Talks from dropshippers to dropshippers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 8:40


 The first thing you need to get started and probably one of the most important factors of running a successful online store is finding reliable dropshipping suppliers!

Argus Media
SAF Insights: Sustainable aviation fuels suppliers and mandates

Argus Media

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 12:18


In this episode Bea O'Kelly, Argus European jet fuel market reporter, and Matthew Whitton, World Fuel Services (WFS) Vice President of Land and Aviation supply Europe, talk about how the sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) mandates in Europe work, and from a SAF producer prospective, how they both support and prohibit the market. WFS' operations and logistics is discussed, along with what type of SAF they work with and their main supply destinations, as this episode uncovers the market forces behind the SAF market. Will SAF supply be able to meet the growing demand in Europe?   Listen to the other episodes in the SAF Insights podcast series Learn more about Argus' comprehensive SAF market coverage

The Smart City Podcast
Learn About Sustainable EV Form Factors - An Open Conversation with Glenn Cook

The Smart City Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 38:16 Transcription Available


Listen in and Learn about;Do Applications Specifics Matter?How to Structure a Selection Process?What Markets are Impacted Near-Term?What About Financial Viability of Suppliers?Glenn, let's jump right in. And with, you know, can you share with us a brief overview of your perspective of the new electric vehicle landscape? Basically, you know, the general background, you know, what do you see, because you've been in it for quite a while now. I know you've had lots of electric vehicles in your life. Perhaps you want to touch on vehicle types and impacts and maybe even legislation that may or may not be needed in the past and future.

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
John Murphy: Vegetables NZ chair on prices charged by suppliers increasing nearly 8 percent in past year

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 2:35


Bad weather, rising fuel costs, and staff shortages are all pushing up the price you're paying at the checkout. New analysis by Infometrics and Foodstuffs shows the prices being charged by suppliers has increased nearly eight-percent in the past year. Those costs are the major driver to the rising grocery prices being faced by consumers. Vegetables New Zealand chair John Murphy told Mike Hosking growers need more staff during bad conditions, and they can't find them. He says the pressure on growers has been terrible. LISTEN ABOVE  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

RNZ: Nine To Noon
Commerce Commission takes aim at building suppliers

RNZ: Nine To Noon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 6:38


The Commerce Commission has taken aim at certain building material suppliers, as well as rebate and loyalty schemes, as part of its much-anticipated report into the residential building supplies market. The watchdog launched an in-depth market probe into the cost of residential building supplies due to skyrocketing prices and chronic shortages and this morning released its draft findings.

Manufacturing Insights
How to Renegotiate Costs with Suppliers -- Daniel Chacon | Cost Engineer, formerly of Solar Turbines

Manufacturing Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 8:36


When it comes to costs and your supply chain, why get into difficult conversations with your suppliers when there's no way to win? That sort of mindset is why manufactures leave money on the table. Until now. Cost Engineer Daniel Chacon shares how to always win supplier negotiations by going in with a growth mindset, a well-rounded team, and a list of can't-argue-with facts.

Resonance – Alfa Energy Group's Podcast
UK gas prices at a 25% discount to Europe as we approach a winter of discontent

Resonance – Alfa Energy Group's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 12:54


In this week's Resonance energy market podcast Jeremy Nicholson talks to Alfa's Jason Durden about UK energy prices, as we look at the current market situation and consider the winter ahead on prices, the economy and security of supply.Topics explored include:UK NBP gas prices at a 25% discount to Europe.No business in Europe can sustain current prices, even if currently comfortably hedged - will production switch to UK operations?Suppliers prepare for tough period ahead as unsustainable prices continue, a policy vacuum persists while politicians take time off to holiday, and recession looms.Security of supply paradox for the winter ahead – supply will be available, but it might not be affordable.

Cracking Cyber Security Podcast from TEISS
teissTalk: Securely onboarding new suppliers

Cracking Cyber Security Podcast from TEISS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 46:56


This is the audio-only version of our twice weekly cyber security talk show, teissTalk.  Join us twice a week for free by visiting www.teiss.co.uk/teisstalk On this episode, we focus on the following news story; #InfosecurityEurope2022: Tackling Widespread Data Breaches from Third Parties https://www.infosecurity-magazine.com/news/data-breaches-third-parties/ The panel discussion is titled  Securely onboarding new suppliers How vendor diversity reduces cyber-risk: helping your organisation  make good vendor decisions Ensuring new suppliers' software is safe from vulnerabilities or falls below your risk appetite threshold Alternative approaches to information sharing: spending fewer resources on assessing  the risks with  new suppliers This episode is hosted by Thom Langford  https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomlangford/  Our Guests are; Michael Manrod, Chief Information Security Officer, Grand Canyon Education, Inc. https://www.linkedin.com/in/manrod/ Alan Jenkins, Principal Consultant, Cyber Security Navigator Ltd https://www.linkedin.com/in/alanjenkins/  Stuart Leach, Technical Director - Cyber Consulting, Grant Thornton UK LLP https://www.linkedin.com/in/stuart-leach-a3491612/   

The Venue RX
Blazing The Tech Trail | Corrine Heck | The Venue RX

The Venue RX

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 31:16


In this weeks video, our host Jonathan Aymin sits down with Corrine Heck with Details Flower Software to discuss the all-in-one software solution that combines real-time inventory data, streamlined proposal creation, and easy payment collection for wedding and event florists! About Our Guest: Corrine Heck is the founder and CEO of Details Flowers Software, a platform she conceived after spending over 20 years in the floral industry in both floral design & import sales. Details Flowers Software services florists and designers with an all-in-one software solution which helps to plan, organize & calculate profitable large-scale events. Details' has grown to include over 500 top designers nationally with a growing base of clients all over the world. Taking her extensive experience as a florist, she found a need in the floral industry and built this software platform to meet that need. Details Flowers Software is based in Ormond Beach, where Corrine lives on an 8-acre farm with her husband Gregory and their three children. Details is a platform that helps florists and designers do more and earn more. Her software streamlines proposals, ensures clients are profitable down to each arrangement, and simplifies the payment process. Suppliers benefit too, with additional business from in-network florists, volume predictability, and greater customer loyalty. FInd Her Herę: Website: https://info.detailsflowers.com Instagram: @detailsflowers Details University: (Courses) https://info.detailsflowers.com/details-university Email: hello@detailsflowers.com Phone: 386.255.9594 Thanks for checking out The Venue RX on Youtube. We are a team of content creators bringing you weekly reviews, tutorials, and business coaching videos. For a look at all things motivation, mindset, podcast interviews, and more...this is the place to be! BE A GUEST! If you are interested in being a guest on our show, or you know someone who you would recommend, go to our website and submit a request! We will review your application and get back to you promptly. ► Website http://thevenuerx.com/submit Don't forget to smash that LIKE Button. Remember to SUBSCRIBE to my YouTube channel and click the BELL ICON to set alerts for all our new weekly videos! CONNECT WITH US & SUPPORT!!! ✩ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thevenuerx/ ✩ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thevenuerx ✩ Website: www.thevenuerx.com ✩ Anchor: https://bit.ly/3gKSshE LISTEN / SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST ✩ Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3qW7ntS ✩ Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3gIz7h3Android: https://bit.ly/3njXOTE

China EVs & More
Episode #75 - Thoughts on Baidu/Apollo RT6, battery cell suppliers looking to US, unpacking latest news on Didi

China EVs & More

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 45:12 Transcription Available


Tu & Lei begin the pod with a discussion about the unveiling of the RT6 - an Baidu Apollo branded, Level 4 capable robotaxi that will be hitting the streets sometime next year at the cost of ¥250K (~$37K) and the greater implications of Baidu's mobility strategy. Tu speculates that we could see announcements from Baidu about pilots launching outside of China next year.Tu moves the discussion over to battery cell manufacturers and how they're likely being approached by the legacy automakers with the opportunity to globally supply cells in the US + China + the EU(where applicable). Lei talks about Ford's bold announcement about a partnership with CATL.The topic of discussion then moves to Didi, its massive fine and what's next for them. The podcast closes with Tu & Lei briefly discussing the current foreign / local JV situation, Li Auto's 'spring-gate' and Tu's quick takes of the week. 

David C Barnett Small Business & Deal Making
Summer of Alternative Financing - Supplier Financing 1

David C Barnett Small Business & Deal Making

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 12:23


Suppliers don't want to lose a valuable account, they may be willing to help lock in volume. Why would a supplier help you buy a business? It may be in their own self-interest to give you a helping hand. Check out this week's video: https://youtu.be/kBP3XG3IxjI Learn how to buy an already-successful and profitable business even in the covid-recession https://www.BusinessBuyerAdvantage.com Book a call with me at https://www.CallDavidBarnett.com Join me on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/dbarnettmoncton Books can be found in my Amazon store: https://www.amazon.com/shop/davidbarnett Stop missing my new videos. Join my email list here: https://www.DavidCBarnettList.com Want to look dangerous like David? Jeff Alpaugh Customs has a special offer for you: https://www.JeffAlpaugh.com/DCB10

Afternoons with Pippa Hudson
Consumer Talk with Wendy Knowler Suppliers Behaving Badly

Afternoons with Pippa Hudson

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 39:04


This week on Consumer talk, Wendy Knowler Consumer Journalist unpacks suppliers behaving badly consumer@knowler.co.zaSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Squeal
The Squeal 0137 - Feed Mill Biosecurity

The Squeal

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 15:54


How are suppliers involved in biosecurity? PIC's Jason Pooley (PIC Supply Chain Manager) and Michael McKinney (PIC Account Manager) look at feed mill biosecurity and discuss how biosecurity pays big dividends when properly followed. At PIC, our goal is to make our customers the most successful pig producers by providing them with the best genetics. We know our business success depends on yours. Thanks for listening to 'The Squeal', PIC's swine management podcast, featuring in-depth conversations on topics that matter to you. PIC is the global leader in swine genetics. Whether you're tuning in for the first time or you're a long-time listener, take a second to subscribe to The Squeal. It's the easiest way to stay up to date with the latest podcast episodes. Just find the “subscribe” or “follow” button wherever you listen to podcasts. Already a subscriber? Visit your phone settings and turn notifications on so you never miss an episode.

The Daily Crunch – Spoken Edition
Mexican region gives Tesla and its suppliers a dedicated border crossing lane

The Daily Crunch – Spoken Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 2:58


Tesla suppliers traveling from Nuevo León, Mexico, to Texas now have their very own dedicated border patrol lane.

Revenue Revolutionaries
Greg Daines of Total Customer Strategy on why customers renew with suppliers, challenging conventional customer management strategies, and the role Sales plays in driving retention and growth.

Revenue Revolutionaries

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 36:03


“Some of our most traditional, original ideas of business strategy have turned out to be profoundly flawed.”  The research is in,  the key to driving world-class customer retention and growth rates is not customer happiness or customer satisfaction. While both are important, it's the results the customer achieves with a supplier that matter most.   It may seem obvious, but conventional wisdom and behavior have not always led companies down a path to embracing the importance of ensuring customers achieve results.  In this enlightening episode of Value Builders, Dave sits down with customer retention, growth, and strategy expert, Greg Daines, to discuss how Greg's economics background and retention research are providing a clearer understanding of how to  effectively attain better retention and growth rates by changing behavior and creating meaningful results for customers.About Greg Daines Greg Daines is a leading expert in customer retention, growth, and strategy. Throughout his career as both a founder and executive, he has regularly challenged the conventional thinking. He has spent the past several years working with companies around the world to transform their results using his unique Total Customer Strategy playbooks. Greg is known for his thought-provoking and data-driven approach, and he holds advanced degrees in business and economics from MIT and Cambridge University.

Contractor Success Map with Randal DeHart | Contractor Bookkeeping And Accounting Services
481: Common Construction Contractor Bookkeeping Issues With Accounts Payable

Contractor Success Map with Randal DeHart | Contractor Bookkeeping And Accounting Services

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 12:33


This Podcast Is Episode Number 481, And It's About Common Construction Contractor Bookkeeping Issues With Accounts Payable Accounts Payable keeps track of the bills owed to a supplier or subcontractor.   A proper Construction Contractor Bookkeeping System uses the Accounts Payable feature to track unpaid bills. The bank wants to get paid, and unlike the contractor who is embarrassed to call an old customer, the bank is very willing to call early and often for any outstanding payments due. Again, the banker wants to know how long it takes to pay your bills.   Another reason to keep a proper Construction Contractor Bookkeeping System is to be sure you did not overpay a supplier or subcontractor, cell phone, the internet, liability insurance, vehicle insurance, and more.   The bills keep coming depending on your payment schedule; you may receive the past reminder notice before the original invoice arrives. Some utility companies have a history of what appears to be randomly sending the original bill.   When you do not immediately pay the invoice, some insurance companies will mark this as late and subject you to a late charge. Based on where the Out of State payment needs to be mailed to, it may be impossible to send (by regular mail) and be received on time.  Hence – Online Payments are Accepted. The benefit to The Contractor is proof that the payment was made with a time and date stamp (print) and usually an auto-generated email as backup confirmation that the payment was made.  Overpaying subcontractors can quickly happen if checks are written on the job site. When using handwritten checks, use "Carbon-less Checks" to have a written record of payments made. The charges can be added to the Bookkeeping System without waiting to clear. Bookkeeping Issues Sometimes Accounts Payable will have transactions in Accounts Payable that do not belong there. It is easy to put transactions in the Accounts Payable (A/P) Aging Summary and then forget about them. QuickBooks does not automatically look to see if you put something in Accounts Payable when writing a check. Short-cutting and putting in a bill will distort the financial statements and will not have a clear understanding of details. For example, credit card balances or monthly payments. Credit cards like checking and savings accounts must have all their transactions entered and reconciled. Taxes due to the Internal Revenue Service, State, and Local Payroll taxes or Sales tax-related obligations. Employee or owner's child support payments do not belong in Accounts Payable. Payments to and from the company and between owners are Owners Draw, Loan to Members, or Loan To Shareholder, and related transactions do not belong in Accounts Payable because you are not an outside vendor. Do not create a bill for the company to pay. Anytime it is a company expense, the company should pay direct. There is nothing messier than constant reimbursements to the owner by the company. A bill with no detail looks like a bogus payment to the owner trying to make money out of the company that is being masked as an expense. The old saying "Devil In The Details" Transactions in QuickBooks need to be explainable without any need to have a story problem to go with it. The Memo line in QuickBooks is short for a reason – less is better and more transactions are better than fewer transactions. Annual tax returns are many pages giving the detail (which may be stated repeatedly on numerous pages). As with Accounts Receivable, the same type of detail applies to Accounts Payable (A/P) Aging Summary. Are the transactions Current, 1-30, 31-60, 61-90, >90 and Total? Add in the dimension of payment can be done from multiple banks and credit card accounts, and in the case of suppliers, Credit may be applied. Any time there are unpaid balances, the first place to look is, did the amount get paid directly from the checking account? Was the amount slightly different (including a late charge or additional vendor bill not entered into QuickBooks)? Again if transactions are in as Accounts Payable, they should not appear to be overinflated expenses. To be in QuickBooks under Accounts Payable, the transaction is entered as a bill. Any payments paid directly by the checkbook do not automatically know that a bill has been created. Same with any payment made with a credit card; there is no link between the credit card payment and the bill unless QuickBooks is told the bill was paid by credit card.  Negative numbers in the Accounts Payable (A/P) Summary mean that the vendor was paid as a bill without any bill being entered. The Accounts Payable aging report reflects how long it takes you to pay your bills. Unless you have won the lottery (which we all want to do), you must collect before paying your bills. The favorite way for Contractors to pay their bills is to Collect a job deposit, buy a new vehicle, tools, or equipment and then pay any outstanding invoices. When paying Old Bills with New Money (not money collected from the job that the bills were associated with) is "Robbing Peter To Pay Paul" (author unknown). I get it. It is a more natural number to know. How much the customer owes you (especially if the job is Time and Material or Cost Plus) is hard. Not all of the bills may not have arrived from your Vendors or Subcontractors.  Then there is the issue of how you billed. Was it straightforward for the customer to pay you? You may forget or forgive the bill and receive payment from your customer, but it is unrealistic to expect or hope that your Vendors, Suppliers, or Subcontractors will do the same. What is guaranteed is that the Bills will come and continue to occur. Final thoughts Bills, bills, and more bills are set up on auto-pay so they will get their money. The question is, how will you pay the bills? When will you pay the bills? Are you paying with Income from Customers? Credit Cards racking up your debt? The line of Credit which, again, is racking up debt? Personal savings or investments? (borrowing from tomorrow to pay for yesterday) Borrowing on your House? Borrowing from a Pay Day Type of Lender (some take repayment daily automatically from your banking account)? Borrowing from the Government by not filing and paying by the due dates? Keeping up and paying bills is a challenge in the best of times. With proper bookkeeping, you can know: Whom You Owe, When Your Payment Is Due; if you plan, you can pay the balance in full. Moreover, my favorite is not double pay if it can be avoided. It is a big deal to know the rules. Sometimes asking for a payment plan is the only option. If it is necessary, ask nicely, ask politely, ask as long of time pay as possible, for as small of a monthly payment as they will give you. It is better to double up on a low payment (to pay off sooner) than have a large payment that is impossible to pay.  Again, I am here to help you a little or a lot, depending on your construction business needs. Schedule your free consultation here. About The Author: Sharie DeHart, QPA is the co-founder of Business Consulting And Accounting in Lynnwood, Washington. She is the leading expert in managing outsourced construction bookkeeping and accounting services companies and cash management accounting for small construction companies across the USA. She encourages Contractors and Construction Company Owners to stay current on their tax obligations and offers insights on how to manage the remaining cash flow to operate and grow their construction company sales and profits so they can put more money in the bank. Call 1-800-361-1770 or sharie@fasteasyaccounting.com  

Preparing for the Unexpected
Improving Supply Chain Resilience with Suppliers (w/ Zera Zheng)

Preparing for the Unexpected

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 50:22


Working with you suppliers is key if you want to create Supply Chain Resilience for your organization. I talk with the Head of Business Resilience Lead Logistics at Maersk, and BCI award winner, Zera Zheng. Zera is very passionate about supply chain resilience and we have a very interesting talk, touching on such subjects as: 1. The elements of Supply Chain Resilience Management, 2. Supply Chain Mapping, 3. Contingency Options and Contingency Strategies (Acceptance, Reduce dependency, Work with Suppliers, Exit the relationship), 4. We get a real-life viewpoint of how Mearsk managed the Suez 'ship' crisis (You know the ship stuck in the canal), 5. 3 key areas of focus when supporting customers (Visibility, Alternative Solutions, Communications), 6. Supply chain resilience through collaboration, and more. It's a very interesting talk with some new perspectives on Supply Chain Management and Resilience. Enjoy!

Secret Leaders
How I failed: not able to pay suppliers, staff or my mortgage with Founder Matt Jones

Secret Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 12:53


Finding investment is a necessity for many entrepreneurs, but things don't always work out the way they're supposed to.  Matt Jones started his business Rubix Advertising in 2009, with the help of an investor. It started well and the business, a full service media advertising company, grew quickly. But only two years later, Matt had to close his business down. What happened? And how did he turn that failure into a seven figure success story?  Listen to find out. If you have any feedback, we want to hear it. What would make the show better? Email us at hello@secretleaders.com  Sponsor links: yotpo.com/secret

WhichMat Podcast
WhichMat Podcast Ep. #27: Tim Fratto discusses his perspective on CBD and it's application to Jiu-Jitsu and the tight rope the CBD suppliers walk in the State of Utah.

WhichMat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 40:01


WhichMat Podcast Ep. #27: Tim Fratto discusses CBD and it's application to Jiu-Jitsu and the tight rope the CBD suppliers walk in the State of Utah.This podcast was formally known as the Jiu-Jitsu Jabber Podcast and has since been rebranded to The WhichMat Podcast.

ProcureSmart(er): Humans of Hospitality
S2 Ep 28 Rich Ham Talks Hostile Behaviors From Some Suppliers

ProcureSmart(er): Humans of Hospitality

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 27:45


Rich Ham, CEO of FineTune, talks about hostile behaviors from some indirect spend suppliers and complex contracts that can lead out of contract costs. Highly complex indirect expense programs erode your profits and divert valuable company resources from mission-critical areas. As a leading provider of expense management solutions, Fine Tune helps identify and realize savings across a range of these burdensome expense categories

Dan Hill's EQ Spotlight
Alenka Triplat et al., "Profit from the Source: Transforming Your Business by Putting Suppliers at the Core" (HBR Press, 2022)

Dan Hill's EQ Spotlight

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 24:45


Today I talked to Alenka Triplat about Profit from the Source: Transforming Your Business by Putting Suppliers at the Core (HBR Press, 2022). Want to know the challenges bedeviling NATO as it seeks to arm Ukraine? This week's guest is as good a source as any given how much the combination of Covid-19 and the war in Ukraine have put the focus on procurement. An area normally the “corporate equivalent of being sent to Siberia” (to quote this book) has now moved front-and-center. Triplat and the other three colleagues at BCG who collaborated on Profit from the Source emphasize the need not just to save costs, but to optimize the innovation process together. Right now the average CEO spends no more than about 5% of his or her time on the procurement process. And yet often over 50% of a company's expenditures involve suppliers. As such, clearly a realignment of priorities is long overdue. Alenka Triplat is a partner and managing director at the Boston Consulting Group, based in BCG's Vienna office. She advises global leaders in the high-tech, defense, and industrial goods sectors. Dan Hill, PhD, is the author of nine books and leads Sensory Logic, Inc. (https://www.sensorylogic.com). His new book is Blah, Blah, Blah: A Snarky Guide to Office Lingo. To check out his related “Dan Hill's EQ Spotlight” blog, visit https://emotionswizard.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/dan-hills-eq-spotlight

New Books in Economics
Alenka Triplat et al., "Profit from the Source: Transforming Your Business by Putting Suppliers at the Core" (HBR Press, 2022)

New Books in Economics

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 24:45


Today I talked to Alenka Triplat about Profit from the Source: Transforming Your Business by Putting Suppliers at the Core (HBR Press, 2022). Want to know the challenges bedeviling NATO as it seeks to arm Ukraine? This week's guest is as good a source as any given how much the combination of Covid-19 and the war in Ukraine have put the focus on procurement. An area normally the “corporate equivalent of being sent to Siberia” (to quote this book) has now moved front-and-center. Triplat and the other three colleagues at BCG who collaborated on Profit from the Source emphasize the need not just to save costs, but to optimize the innovation process together. Right now the average CEO spends no more than about 5% of his or her time on the procurement process. And yet often over 50% of a company's expenditures involve suppliers. As such, clearly a realignment of priorities is long overdue. Alenka Triplat is a partner and managing director at the Boston Consulting Group, based in BCG's Vienna office. She advises global leaders in the high-tech, defense, and industrial goods sectors. Dan Hill, PhD, is the author of nine books and leads Sensory Logic, Inc. (https://www.sensorylogic.com). His new book is Blah, Blah, Blah: A Snarky Guide to Office Lingo. To check out his related “Dan Hill's EQ Spotlight” blog, visit https://emotionswizard.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/economics

New Books Network
Alenka Triplat et al., "Profit from the Source: Transforming Your Business by Putting Suppliers at the Core" (HBR Press, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 24:45


Today I talked to Alenka Triplat about Profit from the Source: Transforming Your Business by Putting Suppliers at the Core (HBR Press, 2022). Want to know the challenges bedeviling NATO as it seeks to arm Ukraine? This week's guest is as good a source as any given how much the combination of Covid-19 and the war in Ukraine have put the focus on procurement. An area normally the “corporate equivalent of being sent to Siberia” (to quote this book) has now moved front-and-center. Triplat and the other three colleagues at BCG who collaborated on Profit from the Source emphasize the need not just to save costs, but to optimize the innovation process together. Right now the average CEO spends no more than about 5% of his or her time on the procurement process. And yet often over 50% of a company's expenditures involve suppliers. As such, clearly a realignment of priorities is long overdue. Alenka Triplat is a partner and managing director at the Boston Consulting Group, based in BCG's Vienna office. She advises global leaders in the high-tech, defense, and industrial goods sectors. Dan Hill, PhD, is the author of nine books and leads Sensory Logic, Inc. (https://www.sensorylogic.com). His new book is Blah, Blah, Blah: A Snarky Guide to Office Lingo. To check out his related “Dan Hill's EQ Spotlight” blog, visit https://emotionswizard.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

Fab Lab
How to double your profits without adding another job (or grinding your suppliers or buying more equipment)!

Fab Lab

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 24:58


Want to grow your profits without growing your headaches?  Want to grow your profits without growing your business? The fact is you can and its easier than you think! In this episode we cover the following: Price Increase – minor increase = massive impact High Margin Upgrades – grow the size of the jobs you've already sold Cost Cutting – reduce OT and grow your profits Enjoy To get an excel spreadsheet with the #'s used in this episode click here  and click the “connect with me” option. To explore high impact one on one coaching with me, click here  Happy Fabricating! Aaron Crowley

MedtronicTalks
Greg Smith explains how Medtronic is working with suppliers to forge a stronger supply chain

MedtronicTalks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 32:23


Greg Smith brought decades of supply chain experience with him when he joined Medtronic last year during the throes of pandemic-induced pressures on supply chain. Over that time, Smith has been working with company leaders and outside suppliers to mitigate the challenges being wrought by the string of global crises. In this episode, we'll learn how Medtronic is working to build a stronger supply chain that will allow it to build an inventory capable of keeping critical medical devices flowing to customers. This podcast is sponsored by Donatelle.

Travel Agent Chatter | Starting and Growing Your Travel Agency
Friday 15 - Promoting suppliers, How commissions work with a host, affiliate marketing on site/email

Travel Agent Chatter | Starting and Growing Your Travel Agency

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 15:16


Welcome to our 67th Friday 15! Today Steph chats promoting suppliers (do you need permission?), How commissions work with a host agency, and affiliate marketing on site/email. Helpful Resources: **** HAR is hosting a Candidate Chat for ASTA's Board of Directors election --- Thurs, July 7th @12pm CT. It'll be so fun! Check out last year's Candidate Chat to get a feel for it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZ0R3KkPlrA **** https://hostagencyreviews.com/blog/travel-agent-advisor-guide-researching-qualifying-suppliers (Great guide for new advisors on how to vet suppliers) https://hostagencyreviews.com/blog/travel-agent-commissions (Guide to how travel agent commissions work and typical commission levels) https://hostagencyreviews.com/blog/what-is-travel-consortia-travel-coop (Wondering what a travel consortia/consortium is?) https://termly.io/resources/articles/ftc-affiliate-disclosure/ (If your agency is thinking of doing affiliate links, here's the FTC's rules for affiliate marketing and some examples of affiliate language) We do this every week! If you have travel industry questions, HAR likely has an answer :) Submit your burning question here Har.News/Friday15 and join us this Friday (and every Friday!) at 12CT for travel agent tips!

The Fashionpreneur Diaries
S4 Ep60: Tish's SWOT Analysis and Prayer

The Fashionpreneur Diaries

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 51:45


I know, you are like, "where have you been Jess?" Chile, I have been busy focusing on my scaling brand and the Fashionpreneur Experience which is coming up in June! We are officially halfway through 2022! Wow! Every 6 months, I love to do a deep dive into my business plans within a SWOT Analysis. Have you conducted your mid-year SWOT Analysis? Do you know what a SWOT Analysis is exactly? Well, yesterday within my 90-Day Intensive Summer Cohort, we conducted our 1st Q&A Masterclass and Lecture and we focused on SWOT! Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats I did things a little differently and conducted a SWOT Analysis for our Student Tish, Owner of Styled 4u Boutique! Style 4U is a Maryland Based boutique and online store! I was so happy that Tish stepped up to the challenge and allowed me to create a focus around her amazing brand! Tish's brand is family-owned and has LOTS of opportunities for streams of revenue! Tish said I gave her about 3 months of homework LOL but that is quite alright! Watch the cash flow and sales increase through the summer and holiday season! WE ARE RECESSION PROOF over here! :) I wanted to share a snippet of our class from yesterday! Click here to watch and catch the prayer over on YouTube Your Homework: - I want you to complete your SWOT! Did not launch yet? No worries! I want to see your business plan! In order for me to personally review your SWOT and mid-year business plan, you must be within the 90-Day Intensive Summer Cohort that I just reopened for this month only! Join Tish and my other intimate group of Fashionpreneurs now by registering here! I am keeping the Cohort super intimate! Click here to join the 90-Day Intensive Cohort Click here to join us at The Fashionpreneur Experience in Los Angeles! Over the next 3 months, you will receive: Over 22 developmental e-classes (have been divided into 5 Module sections). Classes include but are not limited to Accounting, Legal business setup, Business planning, Trademarks, Wholesale buying, fashion design, Shopify Website building, Shopify applications, Facebook Ads, Product Upselling, Public Relations, live events, and more! This course is NOT a game! :) Bi-weekly Live Q&A Masterclass Lectures with your Fashionpreneur Instructors! Assignments and Quizzes accompany all lessons with Virtual Student Expert Coaching Support Bonus Module: Wholesale Buying and Vendors Lists- Understanding the vendor lingo, vendor contacts, and more! OVER 100 vendors based in the USA and Overseas! Vendors include kids, menswear, women's, accessories, activewear, screen printing, and more! Detailed Wholesale Vendors list with access to 150+ suppliers within the USA and Overseas! Includes Kidswear, Men's. Women's, Accessories, Activewear, Scrubs, T-shirts, and more! Access to over 100 start-up-friendly Manufacturing Contacts and Suppliers! Includes factories that are both domestic and international! Inventory Pricing Spreadsheet and formula guide