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Flash Forward is a show about possible (and not so possible) future scenarios. What would the warranty on a sex robot look like? How would diplomacy work if we couldn’t lie? Could there ever be a fecal transplant black market? (Complicated, it wouldn’t, and yes, respectively, in case you’re curious.) Hosted and produced by award winning science journalist Rose Eveleth, each episode combines audio drama and journalism to go deep on potential tomorrows, and uncovers what those futures might re ...
 
The age of the customer isn’t a tagline — it’s a fundamental shift in the market that is forcing companies and executives to change course. In Forrester’s What It Means podcast, we’ll examine those changes, what they mean, and what executives can do about them. ©2017, Forrester Research, Inc. and/or its subsidiaries. All rights reserved.
 
Welcome to IT Visionaries, your #1 source for actionable insights, lessons learned, and exclusive interviews with trailblazing IT leaders. When you subscribe to IT Visionaries, you’ll get two weekly episodes. Each is packed with value, stories, and trends - all directly from leaders on the frontlines of technological innovation.
 
Join host Yanique Grant as she takes you on a journey with global entrepreneurs and subject matter experts that can help you to navigate your customer experience. Learn what customers really want and how businesses can understand the psychology of each customer or business that they engage with. We will be looking at technology, leadership, customer service charters and strategies, training and development, complaint management, service recovery and so much more!
 
Insurtech Insider is a fortnightly show from 11:FS, hosted by 11:FS' Head of Research, Sarah Kocianski and co-hosted by Deloitte's Nigel Walsh. Each show they pair are joined by a range of very special guests and experts in the insurtech space to talk about breaking news and hot industry topics. Whether you are an insurance beginner or an industry expert, the team will bring you right up to date on all things insurtech.
 
Tired of “expert” advice you’re not sure if you can trust? Tailwind is an official Pinterest and Instagram partner, so the tips you hear will keep your accounts and your business growing. No “hacks,” no “cheats,” just solid advice that works. Hosted by Alisa Meredith, Tailwind's Content Marketing Manager, and with regular visits from Pinterest and Instagram Pros Kate Ahl and Jeff Sieh, we aim to make world class marketing easy for everyone.
 
There has never been a better time to sell high quality services to corporate organisations. In a time when the corporate world are spending over a trillion dollars per year on external vendors and suppliers, I want to show you how you can be creating, selling and delivering high ticket, high transformation offers to corporate organisations. So if you're a service based small business owner who is ready to learn the power of consultative selling to corporates, now is the time to hit that sub ...
 
The founders of WeWork thought they were on the brink of making history. The company was valued at $47 billion dollars, it was ready for a huge IPO, and its charismatic CEO Adam Neumann thought they were going to change the world. Adam had a prophet-like vision for WeWork that he sold to some of the world’s savviest investors -- but did his vision ever match the company's reality? Hosted by David Brown of the hit podcast Business Wars (and former host of NPR's Marketplace), WeCrashed is a si ...
 
The wedding business podcast for pros who want to grow a profitable, sustainable and fulfilling business in our industry. How do I get more clients in my wedding business? How do I start a wedding venue? What are the latest social media trends for marketing? Have you ever found yourself Googling these questions late into the evening between wedding seasons? Here's the great news my friend: YOU ARE NOT ALONE. All of us in the wedding industry share the same struggles, we all have stories AND ...
 
Marketing Trends is your #1 podcast for news that matters about marketing and marketing technology. Twice a week you’ll get interviews with trailblazing marketers, including CMOs, CEOs, VPs, and industry leaders. You’ll hear war stories from marketers who helped build the Fortune 500. Our guests share how they lead high-performance marketing teams, with best practices and lessons that you won’t learn anywhere else.
 
Go behind the scenes with customer experience leader Blake Morgan to explore the secrets of the world’s most customer-centric companies. Blake is one of the world’s top keynote speakers, authority on customer experience and the bestselling author of “The Customer Of The Future” The Modern Customer reaches thousands of people each week conveying a message of how we make people feel - in business and in life - matters. Her weekly show explores how businesses can make customers’ lives easier an ...
 
MetaLearn helps you take your learning to the next level and master anything by exploring the fundamentals of accelerated learning and skill acquisition. Whether you’re looking to build a business, learn a language or pick up a sport, you’ll learn the principles and techniques needed to succeed, as well as gaining insights from the experts and thought leaders driving the global learning revolution.
 
This show covers the full content of the book Making Websites Win, the Amazon #1 bestseller in 15 categories. It describes how to apply the same methodology that the consultancy Conversion Rate Experts has used to grow many of the world’s biggest web companies, plus hundreds of smaller, market-leading companies in over eighty different industries. Most websites lose. Making Websites Win is about how to buck the trend—to make websites that customers love and that are outrageously profitable.
 
We explore the essential aspects of communications, marketing, and writing. Podcast interviews with thought-leaders look at important influences that shape a PR pro’s or marketer’s work and creativity for the better. Show host Sheelagh Caygill uses her experience as a journalist to ask guests probing questions, often revealing little-known tips and insights. Episodes always offer listeners solutions to common problems and actionable tips. Sometimes the topics we explore will have a less dire ...
 
Joe Pulizzi and Robert Rose, two of the most well-known experts in the content marketing space, talk about the latest content marketing trends and discuss how businesses can use content to attract and retain customers. Each podcast show features a discussion of content marketing headlines, rants from Joe and Robert on what's going on in the industry, and a "This Old Marketing" example from the past (that we can learn from). Always useful, entertaining and never more than 60 minutes. This Old ...
 
An inspiring podcast series co-hosted by Omar Abbosh and will.i.am Commonly held beliefs about how to drive business growth aren’t going to cut it in today’s era of unprecedented technological and cultural upheaval. Forget things like fast following, cash cow milking and innovating on the “edge.” In each episode, you’ll hear rare insights from courageous leaders who are bravely reinventing reinvention. Omar and will.i.am break some rules and break down how to harness the winds of change to g ...
 
Justin Womack and Andros Sturgeon geek out on the latest marketing trends, technology news, and pop culture happenings. Whether you are interested in internet marketing, influencer marketing, copywriting, or psychological tactics, you are going to love this show. We cover social media, email marketing, online sales funnels, and all things marketing on this show. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marketing-geeks/support
 
Chat With Traders is your key to the minds of trading's elite performers. Start listening to learn how a diverse mix of traders went from zero to hero, how they successfully trade markets today, and get their best tips 'n pointers for profitable performance, plus much more. Note: You are responsible for your own trading decisions—this is not financial advice.
 
EDGE of the Web is a weekly digital marketing podcast discussing all things in Digital Marketing: SEO, Social Media, Content Marketing and more. Host Erin Sparks discusses the latest news and trends in the digital marketing industry as well as interviews with some of the top names in marketing. Visit our website at edgeofthewebradio.com to see all of our past shows and videos.
 
Go For Broke is a podcast series about historic bubbles, the irrational enthusiasm that creates them, and the lessons we’ve learned (and the ones we haven’t) when they pop. In our first season, we’re examining the original dot-com bubble. From the meteoric rise of Netscape to the stunning fall of Pets.com, we'll explore how venture capital money and stock market speculation, combined with the beginnings of Internet commerce, led to trillions of dollars created and lost — seemingly overnight. ...
 
The advertising and marketing technology podcast from AdExchanger, the leading voice in ad tech. Listen in as AdExchanger’s award-winning editorial team, led by executive editor Zach Rodgers, interviews industry leaders and explores the issues and trends that matter to brand marketers, ad agencies, publishers, media companies and technology providers.
 
Morning Brew’s Kinsey Grant sits down with the biggest names in business and asks them the questions you’d want to ask yourself. From VCs and DTC to streaming and social media, Kinsey explores the stories behind the headlines you’re reading. Swap your coffee for a beer, swap your eyes for your ears, and join us—you know the dress code.
 
Whether you’re a seasoned entrepreneur or desperate to quit your day job, this show has you covered. Hosts Chalene and Brock Johnson bring both perspectives - whether your goal is to earn extra income on the side, or take the growth of your online business to the next level. Get top tips to build social media, grow your email list, develop digital marketing strategies, boost automated sales and create additional streams of income on a limited budget. Learn to share your story and convert fol ...
 
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There’s nothing more frustrating than putting hours of time and money into a project only to watch it lay dormant. And yet, we see this happening constantly with brand landing pages and websites — the online face of the company — left neglected and forgotten for long stretches. So how can marketers break the mold and turn their websites into a long…
 
I like to look outside of the wedding industry when it comes to marketing trends, growth strategies, and predictions. Why? I believe looking completely outside of the wedding industry for new marketing, sales, and growth strategies gives us a competitive advantage and can cleanse our palette from all of the industry noise. In today's episode, I'm s…
 
eMarketer senior analyst at Insider Intelligence Jasmine Enberg discusses when travel (and travel advertising) will recover and some good and not-so-good examples of how travel advertisers are running campaigns. She then talks about whether Twitter can make a space for healthy conversations, our expectations for WhatsApp, and the significance of so…
 
Robin Merttens talks to guest host Mark Geoghegan ahead of the release of our new report on e-trading of reinsurance and complex risks. E-Trading Platforms: Challenges, Opportunities and Imperative examines the renewed interest in the platforms space, accelerated by Covid-19, Lloyd’s Blueprint Two and the needs of increasingly demanding customers. …
 
Shaan Puri (@ShaanVP), Sam Parr (@theSamParr), and Jack Smith (@_jacksmith) discuss: Balaji Srinivasan on why people will have to hide their real identities in the future How Silkroad was actually a well-run company while co-workers remained anonymous (American Kingpin) The crazy story of the founder of Silkroad ordering killings on his co-workers …
 
Today on the show we have David Sakamoto, VP of Customer Success at GitLab. In this episode, we talked about how David remembers names leading a team of over 200 people, the biggest differences between company giants like Cisco and hyper-growth startups like GitLab, and what David’s vision is for Customer Success at GitLab. We also discussed why a …
 
In this episode, you'll learn: The history of Florentine Mint and how it changed European banking A background on double entry book keeping Counterparty risk and how it impacts markets The importance of Disciplinary Constraint in banking Thoughts on the Velocity of Money Thoughts on the governments' ability to shut down Bitcoin What would make Nik …
 
eMarketer senior analyst at Insider Intelligence Ross Benes discusses Netflix's Q4 earnings and market position. He then talks about whether lesser-known streaming services can make some noise, YouTube's shoppable videos, and how Peacock's exclusive streaming deal with WWE Network can make its content offering more attractive.…
 
Each episode of the EMEA Core Credit by Reorg podcast series features a deep dive on issues and companies in the distressed and high-yield space. This week, we take a look at German beauty and perfume retailer Douglas.If you are not a Reorg client, request access here: go.reorg-research.com/Podcast-Trial…
 
This week we revisit our conversation with Garry Ridge Chairman/CEO of WD-40. There are no such things as mistakes, according to today’s guest on “All Business with Jeffrey Hayzlett,” there are learning moments with Garry Ridge, the long-time CEO and Chairman of the WD-40 Company. While many of us have one of the signature blue and yellow cans some…
 
In this episode of The Legal Marketing 2.0 Podcast, Guy is joined by Eilene Spear, the Operations and Projects Manager for the National Law Review. Eilene joins us to talk about the successful traffic-generation strategies that enabled The National Law Review to garner the most website traffic of any legal news website in the United States during 2…
 
Everyone who has sat through an irrelevant or bloated meeting knows the pain it can cause. Meetings that are too long, have too many people or wander from point to point can be counterproductive and put a drain on creativity. And somehow, during the COVID-19 pandemic, people are finding themselves in more meetings than ever before. According to Ste…
 
[00:03:37] Price Drops Featured in New Google Rich Results Consumers love finding out about price drops, and Google is launching a new rich results feature to highlight product price drops. Online retailers just need to use the right structured data to get in on it. By Roger Montti [00:07:20] Do Contextual Links in Featured Snippets Threaten Click-…
 
In this episode Brock wants to talk to you about something most successful entrepreneurs would tell you is one of the most important things they have, and that is multiple streams of income. Did you know that the average millionaire has at least seven streams of income? Brock is going to share with all the different streams of income he has had ove…
 
Thomas Charlton, CEO of Goliath Technologies, discusses alternatives to venture capital funding. Thomas has been a CEO of five venture-backed technology companies, but chose to forego VC for his latest venture, Goliath Technologies. He talks about some techniques to take-off without venture capital and we explore the advantages and disadvantages of…
 
The imagery has been etched in our minds for decades. Thieves and vandals riding into town on the back of their horses with one mission in mind: robbing a bank to steal your cash. This is the bad actor archetype, and it has stayed much the same for years. But the problem is, Hollywood’s depiction of those events are no longer accurate in today’s di…
 
Ben Smith has an enviable view of the current media landscape. Before The New York Times announced in January 2020 that the publication had hired Smith to be its media columnist, he had eight years as the editor-in-chief of BuzzFeed, a period during which the meme publisher matured into a media company that retained its social savvy while also oper…
 
eMarketer principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Debra Aho Williamson discusses TikTok's future: Can it keep operating in the US? If so, what will user growth and engagement look like going forward? She then talks about marketers' attitudes toward influencer marketing, major social media trends of 2021, and the prospects of live shopping on soci…
 
Working with International Virtual TeamsWorking internationally is one thing. But working with an International Virtual Team adds a couple of challenges.I call it you're missing the "touch" factor; meaning that you're missing those visual queues that you would otherwise you would have.In this podcast, we only touch on one factor of the four primary…
 
What does media look like in the post-Trump era? Axios CEO and co-founder Jim VandeHei is betting that newer companies like Axios will have an easier time bridging the divide between the two “bubbles” of media that have emerged. With four years under its belt, the upstart media publication is applying its formula to local news in 2021. A lean edito…
 
That is the multi-billion dollar question. After the Supreme Court paved the way for states to legalize sports betting starting in 2018, many have done just that in a bid to stir up tax revenue on business that’s long thrived in a robust but illegal market. But can legalization be the panacea so many states and hopeful entrepreneurs have billed it …
 
eMarketer senior analyst at Insider Intelligence Audrey Schomer discusses important considerations when advertising on YouTube, the significance of Hulu's deal with ViacomCBS, whether there's a space in streaming land for Discovery+, and what cord-cutting will look like in 2021.By eMarketer
 
On Podcast 121, Matthew Grant talks to Mark Patterson from Deloitte about its survey, The Future of Home and Motor Insurance. The survey is the result of interviews with 8,000 consumers across 12 countries. Mark Eastham, CEO of Avantia, which sells insurance under its HomeProtect brand, joins the discussion with a view from insurance. Talking point…
 
On today’s show, we have a veteran of the finance industry, Mr. Niels Kaastrup-Larsen. We discuss how simulations of trend following work together with an equities portfolio, and how models built on historical data perform in a year with a pandemic that we have never seen before. Niels has been part of the hedge fund industry for more than 25 years…
 
Martin Lindstrom discusses his book "The Ministry of Common Sense" and how to eliminate bureaucratic red tape and corporate B.S. Martin is the author of seven New York Times best-selling books. His book "Brand Sense" was acclaimed by The Wall Street Journal as “one of the five best marketing books ever published." Listen for action items you can us…
 
In this week's episode, Dave and Ian discuss how large cap growth names seem to be picking back up after going nowhere for the past few months. They also talk about international participation, especially from China. February seasonality, the compression in rates, and retail participation are other topics also covered in this episode.…
 
Innovation is a key component for success. Forget 2020, it’s time to focus on the year ahead and the trends that we should be looking out for to remain relevant and competitive. Daniel Burrus is considered one of the World’s Leading Futurists on Global Trends and Disruptive Innovation. In the early 80’s, he was the first and only technology futuris…
 
Wedding Pro Friends: I am humbly requesting your help in this episode of the She Creates Business Podcast. Last week I launched my Annual She Creates Business Survey. This short survey is a tradition I started in 2016 when the podcast launched. It helps me connect to you, it helps guide the future of the podcast and it helps other wedding pros join…
 
Forbes announced the launch of their own version of Substack, a paid newsletter program driven by independent writers. As the war for content creators heats up, rumors swell around Apple launching a podcast-plus subscription program to compete with Spotify for exclusive (and walled off) audio content. And as the fight for creators continues, media …
 
Shaan Puri (@ShaanVP) and Sam Parr (@theSamParr) discuss: Sam explains the origins of the QAnon movement Could buying collectibles from infamous people work? Romance stories are big business: Sam almost launched a company in the space (https://www.shortbutromantic.com/daily-story) Wattpad which started as a romance novel community was sold for $600…
 
On this week’s episode, our host Nina Rupp is joined by David Stroud, Founder and President of Pivot Coldbrew, which was featured in this Thursday's Cassandra Daily on new adaptogenic and nootropic coffee drinks. David gives us his insight into the brand’s "chillbrew" coffee beverage, which encompasses a precision-crafted blend of cold brew, adapto…
 
Thomas Moore is a best selling author, international speaker and esteemed psychotherapist. He has written 25 books about the soul, finding meaningful work and doing religion in a fresh way. In this episode we discuss: - The idea of having a calling, when this is naive and when it isn't - How Thomas has written 25 books in his career without retirin…
 
Over the last several decades, manufacturing jobs in the U.S. have withered. Meanwhile, health care has become the fastest growing job sector in the country, and it’s been on top for years. According to Gabriel Winant, a historian at the University of Chicago, and author of “The Next Shift: The Fall of Industry and the Rise of Health Care in Rust B…
 
From Mathew Brady’s Civil War photographs, to some of the first images of Earth in space, photography has shaped the way we see ourselves. Which means that when photographic technology changes and progresses, it can really shift our self-image. Ainissa Ramirez is a scientist and the author of The Alchemy of Us: How Humans and Matter Transformed One…
 
The saying, “cash is king,” might have finally met its match in 2020. As more and more businesses and banks push their business toward eCommerce and digital transactions, the result is the further shunning of physical cash., One CMO is hoping to cash in on that trend, if you will, by capitalizing on every single swipe of the credit card thanks to a…
 
Tender processes to secure large corporate contracts can be challenging. And yet, when people think about selling their services to corporate organisations, they naturally assume that they’ll end up having to navigate tender/ bid processes at some stage. But do you really need to bid for large contracts? And if you want to win high ticket sales, do…
 
eMarketer principal analysts Mark Dolliver and Sara M. Watson, along with junior analyst at Insider Intelligence Blake Droesch, discuss the true power of the social media giants, how Gen Z viewers like to consume sports, Twitter leaning into audio, news use on social platforms, how the pandemic has reshaped children's screen time, why people get "r…
 
LiveRamp CEO Scott Howe has a unique view of the advertising industry’s crossroads. The company is one of the key tech firms zeroing in on the reinvention of online identity, and how it will impact advertisers and publishers. Moreover, a lot of this innovation is happening at a time when publishers are hyper-aware of the ways their data is used. An…
 
The advice most often given to entrepreneurs is to keep grinding, never give up and hustle, hustle, hustle. That advice, for some, may be just what they need to hear — but that thinking is also very ego driven and could potentially be some of the worst advice for a business owner. Today, Brock will share how / why the ability to adapt and being ope…
 
Let Pomp help you decide. Today on Business Casual, bitcoin expert and thought leader Anthony Pompliano (aka Pomp) is diving into the reasons for and against cryptocurrency investing. Because you know bitcoin is a big deal...but is it the big deal for you? Time to find out. We’re talking about the recent price rally, whether it has staying power, a…
 
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