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9/11 20th Anniversary: What Happened on September 11 2001?

Sky News Daily

02:08 min | 3 months ago

9/11 20th Anniversary: What Happened on September 11 2001?

"Saturday september eleventh two thousand twenty one marks the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks on the united states which left nearly three thousand dead and injured some twenty five thousand people shortly of rate o'clock that morning. The group of islamic terrorists hijacked four airplanes before flying them towards landmark buildings in new york and washington. Dc in the hours that followed the deadliest attack on us soil since pearl. Harbor unfolded live on tv screens around the world but as we struggle to make sense of what we were watching. Hundreds of survivors remained trapped in the upper floors of the world trade center in new york. The episode. you're about to hear. Is graphic first person account from inside two world trade center all that we couldn't see in those minutes told by someone who was just beneath the impact zone when the second plane hit this is nine eleven janice brooks inside the south tower. My name is janice brooks originally from london from east end of london company. Money broncos cool you're burgers and we had an office in london. I answered the telephone. I worked for the managing director. I worked for the brokers. If i needed cavs flowers i did. Invoice is at toppings that was kind of a multifaceted role the ceo of the company. Whose name was gil. it wasted. What from new come from new york and it was one of those okay. What might doing with my life kind of moments. I've been married. Not for me. And i just felt that i love america. It took a wall but I finding made the decision to go to work in new york. And i moved on. The twins said.

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Europes Travel Restrictions and the Fate of Aviations Recovery

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

01:57 min | 3 months ago

Europes Travel Restrictions and the Fate of Aviations Recovery

"This summer began on a high note for the aviation industry in the us. Kobe nineteen infections were declining. Dramatically and air travel was rebounding sharply europe even reopened to us tourists. Some analysts saw it as the beginning of a fee shape rebound in air travel but as we head into september. The clouds are back cove is surging again in the us because of the highly. Contagious delta variant. The european union has proposed new restrictions on american travelers and the biden administration stubbornly refuses to let europeans in even though europe now has higher vaccination rates and fewer cove infections than north america as the moody blues would sing has the sunshine. We've been waiting for turn to rain here to discuss this all aviation weeks. Executive editor for commercial aviation jens float. He joins us from frankfurt germany. Also joining us as kevin michael's managing director of aerodynamic advisory and irregular. Aviation we calmness jens. Let's start with you. Tell us what's going on in europe with all these new restrictions it's complicated. That's the kind of the bad news part of it. So the european commission has proposed new restrictions for transatlantic travel given the high infection rate that we see in the us basically. It's saying that all nonessential essential traveled from the us should be stopped. Except if you're vaccinated and that the caveat is important because that obviously means that a lot of people will not be affected by this new mechanism. The other uncertainty in this is of course. European member states have to are in charge of zero and rules so the just proposal and it's not always that they all fall. Follow these proposals.

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The Biggest Untapped Market Opportunity in the World

Stansberry Investor Hour

02:05 min | 3 months ago

The Biggest Untapped Market Opportunity in the World

"Today's guest is my friend. Rahul sorry yogi from india Rahul is the founder and managing director of autobahn capital advisors advisor to the antion capital family of funds. His mission is to consistently identify the best ten to fifteen investment ideas from among the thousands of publicly traded indian corporations rojo graduated from the wharton school of the university of pennsylvania with a degree in economics and is the author of investing in india of value investors guide to the biggest untapped opportunity in the world a definitive guide on navigating the indian marcus published by john wiley and sons row. Welcome back to the program. It's been a while. Thank your yes indeed and so royal. I just want to jump in. Because you're you're just you're my guy in india like of and i've met a bunch of folks at conferences and so forth Folks that we both know. But you know when i really wanna know what's going on i i have to talk to you and i. I haven't even thought. I hate to admit it. I haven't even thought about india probably over a year and all like all i know about india's to look at a chart of the you know the india. Etf it's it's too far off my radar screen. I think it's too far off everybody's radar screen. I know you agree with that. Wouldn't yeah absolutely done It it has indeed been a while since we've spoken than it's been. What twelve years since you were here in southern india and janae with me and You don't we were driving it out and looking at stuff while yup it has. So is it at any given moment when i've talked you like sometimes you like well. The markets run up huge. And you know. I'm really cautious. Or you know it's it's way down and i'm really aggressively bullish or something because it is. It does seem to swing a

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NASCAR Cup Series Managing Director Faces Animal Cruelty Charges

Garage Pass National Show

00:21 sec | 3 months ago

NASCAR Cup Series Managing Director Faces Animal Cruelty Charges

"Nascar cup series director j. Fabian was arrested monday. On charges of animal cruelty law enforcement officials allege fabian willfully neglected his dogs with one dying and the other two found to be suffering from starvation and extreme dehydration. Fabian will step down from his role with nascar until the matter is

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Choose Love, Not Fear in the Workplace With Gary Heil

The Psychology Podcast

02:27 min | 3 months ago

Choose Love, Not Fear in the Workplace With Gary Heil

"Some people might wonder what the heck does law have to do with building great teams right question before like take really gary really and then and then i read this really cool book. Called transcendence that scott coffin. You know that. I wasn't as far off the mainstream as island so i went out actually not looking for the app i went out and i started interviewing ended as five hundred introduce with leaders trying to create change trying to figure out why everybody talked a better game than they played. You know. everybody's got the language everybody's heard the speeches. They've read the self help books. They just weren't making many changes we spent about. What sixteen billion dollars a year. Trying to create better leaders. Were not much better off than we were two decades ago. What i wanted to know why. And so we went and interviewing leaders trying to figure out why methodology aside we found a couple of things we were not surprised but one of the about but one of the things i was really surprised about is every time we found a great a really good team not one that just one games or made huge profits but sustained itself over generations. We found leaders and teams. That had a fundamentally different relationship. And i didn't really wanna find that. But i'd sit there and walk in and you can feel the energy when you walk through the door. We go what is this. And finally this crazy football coach in south carolina and dabo sweeney. Us is is talking to us about love. And i think he's a little crazy. He break before the national championship visas. We're going to win because we we love each other and you're like okay and you start to think about it but it reminded me of what guiding yawn carlson who is the leader managing director of esus the scandinavian system airline years ago. He said the first choice. Every leader needs the baker's. Choose love or choose fear. I thought i got it thirty years ago. I get davos talking to me. And i'm starting to get it going. Is that what i'm seeing. Here is a culture where people really cared deeply for each other more than they do just about money. Make no mistake. Data cares about wedding so carlson running airline of the year. But there's something deeper about the way people

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American Airlines Will Let You Watch 30 Minutes of TikTok

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:00 min | 4 months ago

American Airlines Will Let You Watch 30 Minutes of TikTok

"First item is comes from actually from american airlines american airlines takes tick-tock to new heights with free in-flight access for customers. So of course. American airlines provide some free in flight wifi offerings and it just added tick-tock. Now if you'll know what tic tac is ask your kids. It's it's the popular social networking service. That's owned by chinese company. Bite dance and now on via sad equipped narrowbody aircraft american. Let you connect to talk free for thirty minutes. And there's a quote from clarisa sebastian. She's americans managing director of premium. Customer experience an onboard products has kind of a mouthful. She says faster. Wifi allows us to deliver diverse in-flight entertainment options and eve and invest in innovative partnerships with platforms like talk customers. Play the lead role in helping us. Better understand what content they want during their inflight experience and tic tac is one of the platforms. They love on the ground and we're thrilled to work with via sat to give customers free access to tick talk while they're in the air as well. I don't know do you think The typical american customer american airlines customer is a tic tac user or or is it just me. That's kind of living in the past. No i don't think they are. In fact i'm sitting here going. Why are we talking about this. I just looked it up the typical. Us audience tick tucker sixty percent. Female forty percent. Male sixty percent are between the ages of sixteen and twenty four twenty. Six percent are between the ages of twenty five and forty four. So yeah it skews pretty young and i would say it probably skews younger than the average american airlines customer. So big deal about it.

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Wendy Hallett MBE, Managing Director of Hallett, Talks Working From Home

Woman's Hour

02:21 min | 4 months ago

Wendy Hallett MBE, Managing Director of Hallett, Talks Working From Home

"Government is urging people to return to the office. What impact is that going to have particularly on women. Many of whom have been working from home for over a year. We've had such a huge reaction from our listeners that we wanted to hear more. Boris johnson's called for a gradual return over the summer. The chancellor and some business leaders are calling for people to taper off homeworking for the sake of their prospects the economy and their wellbeing but research for the bbc art today shows that in an increasing number of jobs are being advertised with the option of working from home where we're gonna hear directly from listeners with a range of us and experiences all on all of this but i i'm joined by wendy hallett at wendy was a senior manager retail group arcadia and she oversaw top shop on street in london are on twenty years ago they. She founded her own retail company to create a flexible working environment for herself. When her children were young and nice she advocates this for her entire staff. Wendy welcome went very invited me on wendy earlier this week. We heard this suggestion. That civil servants should get their pay docked if they continue to work from home and the times newspaper has the story today. That tech companies. Google is planning something similar. I wonder if you think a financial penalty is the way to get employees back to the workplace and indeed if they need to be going back to the workplace at all. I definitely don't think that Starting off with looking at financial penalties to get back in the office is the right way to go. I think the fact that that has been so much more working from home so much. More flexibility for men and for women. It's not just a female Issue gives us a huge opportunity to look at how we do work so i think to come coming on a negative which he shall we pay is totally wrong and i do think that we should be looking at flexibility. I wouldn't advocate everybody working from home every single day but i think there should be now a flexible approach. This is a huge opportunity to narrow. I think the pay gap of anti changes the way we look at working going forward.

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US to Allow Visitors From Hong Kong to Stay for 18 Months

BBC Newsday

01:55 min | 4 months ago

US to Allow Visitors From Hong Kong to Stay for 18 Months

"Is announced that thousands of Hong Kong residents Will be offered a temporary safe haven in the US, Mr Biden said they were compelling foreign policy reasons for the move and cited the territories ongoing freedoms being violated by Beijing. The U. S will allow visitors to stay for a period of 18 months, and it could impact thousands of Hong Kong residents who are already in the country. Let's hear now from Samuel to who campaign for this and who is the founder, managing director. Of the Hong Kong Democracy Counselor Washington D. C based non profit organization dedicated to promoting democracy and human rights in Hong Kong summer. Thanks for joining us this morning, I'm sure you are pretty happy man. At the moment. But why has the White House made this decision now? Well, thank you for having me and yes, I think we're delighted. And, uh, and celebrating for many Hong Kong as you are here in the U. S already that will receive this benefit immediately. Um, I think there are a couple of things that have to become the minded. The crackdown in Hong Kong has been unfolding now for two years. Right in plain sight. And so I think that to send people back to force people to return, many of whom would face certain arrests and prosecution. Is simply inhumane and unacceptable. So then you would you have liked it to be longer than 18 months because it's not going to change the situation in 18 months. Is it in Hong Kong? Yeah, I think that the 18 months is a fairly standard practice, you know for US government in terms of protecting temporary status, providing temporary status for folks who can't return to their home country. And I want to point out that this is a renewable 18 months by the order of the president, and I believe that you know the situation continues and it warranted. I think that the administration will continue this protection for Hong Kongers. Do you think we could see

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Expert Weighs in on Unprecedented Heat Waves in the West

BZ Flashback

02:03 min | 5 months ago

Expert Weighs in on Unprecedented Heat Waves in the West

"I'm I'm joined joined by by Steve Steve Bowen, Bowen, managing managing director director and and head head of of Catastrophe Catastrophe Insight Insight at at

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Manitoba Moose Hunt Divides Opinion

MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Manitoba Moose Hunt Divides Opinion

"Begin in western manitoba more specifically the region of duck mountain site of an otherwise illegal. Moose hunt led by derek deepak neck grand chief of the assembly of manitoba chiefs now. According to a report from the winnipeg sun last month's traditional hunt negotiated with and sanctioned by the manitoba government involve the harvesting of alone. Bull moose. Now the thing is the region's moose. Population is said to be dangerously depleted by as much as ninety percent so perhaps comes as no surprise that the hunt as apparently upset non indigenous hunters in the province in particular members of the manitoba wildlife federation. Indeed the federation's managing director felt this act quote. Antagonize people at a time when we need people to come together

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A Nuanced Approach to Insider Threats

Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

02:01 min | 6 months ago

A Nuanced Approach to Insider Threats

"Joining us. This week is john. Ford managing director of global government services and insider threat risk solutions at mandy and our conversation centers on his experience with effective insider threat programs from both the technical and human perspective with twenty years of experience in the fbi before joining mandate john ford gained extensive knowledge from bringing to justice some of the world's most notorious cybercriminals knowledge which informs his approach to solving today's most pressing security issues. Stay with us. My career started almost twenty eight years ago. I was a police officer by career. Starting law enforcement in austin texas and in nineteen ninety eight. I joined The fbi and through that time as you imagine we went through everything you can imagine with nine. Eleven and the changes that evolved within the bureau. I went to cyber and i was one of the first agents out there to really start. Cyber task forces in the bureau moved to headquarters where worked in what was called the special technologies and applications office. so that's where we were looking at horizon technologies and horizon events that we might need to plan and prepare for. In in the event that those would come to fruition promoted again when out to san antonio was a cyber supervisor out here and then promoted again and was leading our four deployed operations in informed space with our our country partners overseas so specifically working at cyber again so and then at some point decided to make the jump to the private sector. Yeah retired in two thousand eighteen and joined mandate came over director working in government solutions and actually actually see on both sides actually selling the commercial and the government side of the

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5 Insider Tips Every Speaker Needs to Know

The Speaker Station Podcast

01:53 min | 7 months ago

5 Insider Tips Every Speaker Needs to Know

"There are certain things that establish a foundation that you absolutely have to know in this episode title foliage going to share with you five insider tips that every speaker needs to know. Tyler has been acting in film and television since he was six years old and is an accomplished film and stage performer. He is also passionate about helping others confidently take the stage and impact an audience with their stories. He is currently the managing director of total buyin an author of the number one bestselling book the power to speak naked. Tyler brings an undeniable gravitas to the conferences and workshops. He leads feeling equally at home whether among an intimate group are in front of a crowd of hundreds with his distinct direct style. Show entitled foley is emerging as one of north america's sought after leaders in the field of public speaking for personal and professional development. Welcome to the show tyler. It's an absolute pleasure to be european. It is no better place to start from the beginning. So let's discuss stagefright. Where does it come from how listeners get over it well as so. I'm gonna impact that question in reverse. The first way that they can get over. Stagefright is to recognize that they actually don't have stage fright. Everyone says that they're afraid of public speaking. And you and i are having a conversation right now in although we're probably not physically near each other we're still in public. We're discussing things. And i'm sure that everyone of your listeners. At some point right now has had had a conversation in a group of friends appears at a party or a social event or something. So we're not afraid of public speaking. What we're afraid of is bob

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How to Build Repeatable Revenue for Your Business

The Small Business Radio Show

02:02 min | 7 months ago

How to Build Repeatable Revenue for Your Business

"One of the best ways. We're all business. Is that customer revenue that has repeatable were customers. Subscribe to your product or service and keep coming back. My next guest is a form for your company to do. Just that troy. Henikoff is managing director of math venture partners additionally choice an active mentor would techstars. He also helps manage. the fire. Started fund teaches entrepreneurship at northwestern. University's kennedy school of business is on the board of the chicago. Land aunt pearl center toy was a co founder and ceo of sure payroll troy. Welcome to the show. Great to be here and air voice. I wish i could say great to see you. But you know that's coming as well you co authored. A new book called levers the framework for building repeatability. Into your business. Why is repeatability so important. Small business well you know we all the four of us who worked on this book together and we all believe that data and metrics driven companies are the companies that win and the reason that they win is that they the data shows you what your customers really want and allows you to do more of that thing that they want and allows you to make your business model repeatable and more importantly scalable. This is all really easy to say but man is difficult to do so troy wide small business owners because i find small business owners. Don't even look at their financial data and that's kind of basic. It is basic as a matter of fact your financial data that most people look at is backwards looking. People should be looking at their income statement and balance sheet every month. And you know coming out of quickbooks or zero or whatever tool they choose but remember. That's up the you of what has happened last month last quarter last year. What we want you to do is use the data to be able to see forward into your business

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How We Can Design Autonomous Systems for Values

HumAIn Podcast

01:48 min | 7 months ago

How We Can Design Autonomous Systems for Values

"Listeners. Welcome back to the humane podcast as were diving. Deeper into twenty twenty one. There's one thing that's been on. Everyone's mind and it's not the pandemic it's the rise of ai. It's the great divide that we've been seeing in the last decade. The splintering of the internet the splintering of a and research and science and whether technology is being used for the greater good or for alternative purposes in today's guest on our show is stephen. Umbro who is a managing director for the institute for ethics and emerging technologies in the european union. Stevens work focuses on ethics and design thinking around building. A i systems and how policy can shape. The future of these autonomous. That many of us think about every day. Stephen thank you so much for joining us on the show. No problem happy to be here. I really pleased to have this conversation. Because i've had many conversations with colleagues east than by east. I mean singapore taiwan china korea and other countries and island nations and also with colleagues out west in the united states and canada in the european union. And there seems to be a diverging thoughts on where we're going to be going with these systems. Let's start with some background from you. About what type of work do you do with autonomous systems and ai systems. And where are we out today with the work that you're doing so i i guess you could say something. My work is could be described as being somewhat eclectic. However it's all within the more umbrella Domain of engineering ethics.

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Dan Austin, MD Lake District Farmers

Humans of Hospitality

01:42 min | 7 months ago

Dan Austin, MD Lake District Farmers

"Donald stein managing director of district farmers. Thank you so much for joining me on the podcast day. Hugely appreciate you sparing the time to chat. I just asked dan. Because unfortunately despite the fact that i love the late district not face to face but where in the world are you. This morning i am on the only island this morning by the each on fairly ironic because other agents Rarely get song. We do have some nice job today. So it's beautiful. So why is that is that is that is on the coast. Is it or yes. I live in borrowing furnace case. Shipbuilding town a systems etc. Our animals assaults trout lake district so bart alec cetera. I am but i am a barrel boy on bread and only is alive in just a filing furnace. Mazen are well. I'm by the beach as well as that. I was going to be deeply envious imagined you identify sat on the top of the stonewall fouls or you know smoking a pipe looking out over the lakes but you know we're we're coastal brothers. So that's That's better on monday. So william i wanna be up there right. You represent some incredible foams in an genuinely you know. I think i think the lake district must be one of the most beautiful places on the planet let alone in england. I adore it but for those who have not heard of late district farmers. Can you just explain to people about. Yeah do as a business. I i mean basically. We represented founding cooperative. And i don't say the found his shop window for really found producing a brilliant Just create excellent products.

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Rising Tides with Dr. Victoria Herrmann

America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast

01:59 min | 7 months ago

Rising Tides with Dr. Victoria Herrmann

"I am talking with. Dr victoria is the managing director of the arctic institute. A gates scholar at cambridge university and the national geographic explorer. Hi victoria welcome to the podcast. I agree to be here looking forward to this. Conversation has been real. Treat to do some background research on you. But let's just start off because you wasn't even quite sure how to introduce you. Let's start off. What is the arctic institute. The arctic institute is a nonprofit organization. That space here in washington. Dc but we have a team of about forty five researchers across north america and europe working towards a justice. Dana ball end secure. Are we do research across the many dimensions of arctic security so thank climate security. Which is what. I do cultural security. But also maritime security hard security food security making sure everyone is safe healthy and their wellbeing is up across the arctic region. now what is a gates scholar. A gates scholar is a scholarship. That i was very fortunate to have to complete my phd at university in the uk. It's a scholarship that is afforded to anyone who is a resident outside of the uk and is dedicated to improving the lives of others. So that includes me a geographer but also biologists and chemists anthropologist lawyers all working hopefully towards a better world okay so this is not associated with bill gates at all it was established by bill gates established alongside his father bill gates senior. So it is his money and his vision started at twenty years ago this year. Actually so we are celebrating our twentieth anniversary in twenty twenty one. Okay so named gates usually typically think of bill

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Why We Need to Stop Glamorizing Overworking

The Redesign Your Body Podcast

01:58 min | 8 months ago

Why We Need to Stop Glamorizing Overworking

"We need to stop glamorizing. I've working the absence of sleep. Good diet exercise. Relaxation and time with friends and family isn't something should be applauded too. People wear that burn out as a badge of honor. And you know it needs to change and this was by katie lesson or leasing. Harvard that the managing director of chain uk. And i saw this quite on facebook. And i resonated heavily with it and we will dive into that but overworking can really come in so many forms not just the absence of sleep good diet exercise and on all those other things but overworking can be overtraining with exercise. It could be constantly putting yourself second or third to those around you and your life. It could be staying back late because expected of you. To put in the hodja can sacrifice your health for company. who says you as a statistic. Overworking can be exercising on shade diet. It can mean neglecting compuserve instead of giving you all the energy to to other people's problems like burnout. It looked it is essentially what i call human flat batteries. As we're nearing the state all flat batteries. Things don't seem to function as well in life and you'll know that you'll look at yourself and as you start to feel like you're burning out you'll notice that your mental health dips. You know you're losing sleep. He may begin me self with how you look in the mirror and usually pretty good with that. You usually pretty calm. You've got a good perspective on life and little things to set you off you make it snappy maybe even a bit emotional or even overwhelmed by the simplest of tasks

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New Car Agency, the South African Experiment With Peter Viljoen

Talking Automotive

02:08 min | 8 months ago

New Car Agency, the South African Experiment With Peter Viljoen

"He's talking to beautiful young. The managing director said some in south africa. He has done extensive research into the whole agency. Model and peter. Thanks very much for joining us and agreeing to shay some of the things you have found out in terms of what's happened in south africa. Welcome to the show. Thank you very much john. Thank you very much markets and met. Somebody came to ask you a question before we jump into the agency saw just to put some perspective. Ray what you do in south africa. You run a successful automotive talk show. Can you tell us about the show. Yep so the cost sharing. It's one of its a win by that. We lost in action. You win cosstalk harbach downs again. Where we wanted to do was my body. Crops on scouts is on the shine actually for the producer the archives and what they wanted to renew isues be attached customs. I joined the shine after being an oxygen and so we provided some industry insights to That slides or missing funds usually watching the chart and somebody transitions consumer price. And there's immediately on to the point that we've mentioned to keys onslaught we had We will have one of the modules insurance needs king postures and we recently got a new sponsor sponsors are climbing pixel part someone all very happy z. Aggressive bras but not the whole new at seventy. It's much easier for us to shoot so many batches then and office another boss to us. So we're having a lotta pita

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"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

The Great Indian Marketing Show

05:51 min | 11 months ago

"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

"You're connecting to the audience. And i'm giving awards in me to the me. Cmos giving the award to the tyson was in behind. Do the indonesian and tennessee and was in. That marketing award was his reasoning. You're getting on the war and then we give it to the waters book so dark. Fiction is getting removed all the time. And you're sitting. What a positive spin cycle about your brand because these Doc about i wanna seem expedience. Twenty a goal. Richard newman did now right. And it is actually people road that in lincoln byles these bands writing With that photo of their war and because he doesn't war we had artists from each market farming. Life i mean d- autism audit what you will pay for this to see their concerts and because the brand that active on twitter really started them. Can you do short. We had seen was Region we had autism around the region. We had incredible production value. That people wild on the rivi mediated by so end of the day. All this happened. Okay no where are the who all the people who attended and we had a series of these talk shows so we had to nour's every weeks through august twenty on every topic of the that matters to the digital industry brand safety view ability measurability funeral as an asset class. Should you have sharply longer reviews on digital and social role after so we are various topics and every two weeks with buddhist lebanon Evident when dances. I wonder whether that person is a Bite of the products are not an if not i want to allocate one since wasn't in my team and collect person immediately so we track down to that level and if it's a dead leaders and daily fine right but then would you leave had a depository of needs a few thousand and that's large not Because grill industry women that we need to be listening to this podcast are not podcast. Lebanon doncaster by twitter and view would talk a bit but you'd get industry experts to more again but ending association is very very important when you're doing Only talking about yourself in your selling and people sychev immediately..

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"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

The Great Indian Marketing Show

03:40 min | 11 months ago

"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

"Done in the past but you know what some magnusson dismantle Short and it has been an incredible right and be have grown constant the numbers but think of very high numbers in person. Did you do better but finds it does been both audience and avenue our strategy business dramatically authorship in this part of the would have done better than ever before the team and for me the best tooting level model now the region so if i was giving india well india. India is one country yes. We have multiple states but still country you can do. I didn't do not soldering lead into four corners. Bombie billy you can develop that but salty jessica is seven different countries. Each county has its own unique ability and culture language context and remember. Twitter is the culture of every company. Operated 'cause you come here. Dr your friends and families on other platforms but india. Pay somebody you are on twitter. Looking at everything that's happening is the largest open bod in the to watch a match so i find that variability of the vida's Operating right interesting to. I'm working with very few indians. And what people from other parts of the world that have ever looked before because a global hub. It's not as a of so. I have french. It dalliance are have spanish. I have tied vietnamese malaysian. singapore indians. actually So many different parts of the world. The whom i work with and that is so much deficient because i get to learn of different people different backgrounds i can learn from their experiences and it just keeps me fish sort added all. I am in with the experience that i've had. I actually feel a lot younger than if if i was just looking in one country for a long long time and so i actually got his people. If you have an opportunity unit for the middle charter get out of the country. You're living available bonding even shrub. Your dentist don't visit the holiday but in you live somewhere in work there live somewhere in the back to your home country if you want to but that expedience and deleted in green the culture of the other part of the world is just phenomenal for me. That's the biggest learning experience. I keep seeing your winter. But i bet to anybody in his right. Mind listening to this podcast or as ever converse with you in the last few years we'll see probably one of the youngest so who's out there so don't call yourself for your badly data among thank you but but living let me get a little deeper into it up. Admin that yup when you're lead the bnl function for the packers and Vacancies from the marketing. Point of view to understand. What's your handshake like with the marketing function. At what giddens do you meet with them. You know what are the high level objectives. You say operationally. What metrics are tracked ward is consistently deported upon as the managing director of twitter works the most value that marketing biggs to. So because i'm an ex marketer. In that sense i have done. Marketing would be to be in b. two c. I actually love my marketing team so we often gbm global marketing business marketing team of legends. I mean i. I'm not using the word lose. Lose a lot but i actually love what this team does this team so for me. What what next. Petitional marketing the following. They're putin you test you. Marketing is nothing but sales execute. That is what for me marketing. Sales is one on one marketing tempting but execute.

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"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

The Great Indian Marketing Show

05:06 min | 11 months ago

"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

"A thank you for sharing that but balu joint. What were your initial responsibilities hall of the seven years pined out and how does it compare to your current role right now so for me. Seven and a half years breaks down to four years and t and a half years. But that's how big up. When i joined my role was business development in partnerships Again i'm not a businessman guy. By definition you see my life. My journey very very so these. I'm not and bid for anyone to follow all the wrong decisions. All the weird korean moves across different departments different geographies. But it's been very. I love what i do for me. It looks for me. I'm not sure it works at others but the first for years but all about partnerships. And i have to say our hand. Absolute insured so is brand that we have one hundred percents of brown and he went in the will you go. You can walk into. Donnie people know. The bluebird used a difference between a brand recall usage. That gap is large. So that's the challenge so you may know my brand but you're not my app on your phone. So how do i convince you to get divorced. My role distribution. Get the app on people's devices so they start using it and you know we had a skeleton team businessman folks in my. I had a few in it. Back is to go with all china to australia. Who sausage to india two parts of the middle east south asia Right eye amazing partition. I had at one point of time to telecom operators device manufacturers in china in india. I looked at all of them. We but i we have something the fabrics which was odd as decay to get into your accent websites so from clicking for to kick buzzing about them to ndtv two times of india. You name any indian media website in two thousand fourteen fifteen we got us everywhere everywhere on partnerships with sewing credible that i had been identified as operator and we had a co marketing with them..

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"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

The Great Indian Marketing Show

04:46 min | 11 months ago

"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

"Or what were your responsibilities like then working team did you have so. Buick is sitting in foam. And i think they are the times so what we were trying to do. Then is we an instant messenger. The way you have what tink of slack but slack like what's up input on six for enterprises weird of the via head. We had some really good vincent. My role was product marketing. So right we have. We had brought him sitting in in india. And we biman's biting those gordon park features and mine was to get the park ticket market. And how do you this democracy. I mean we also trying to make commercial consumer product to the to see something that you can use lots out and so i was working with all the obstacles that didn't have apple app store and we didn't have google play and so we had get jot and so many others normal even know these knocks but to the united states that times was the platform of choice at that point and that they were absolutely. They were like twenty small app store. Forty fifty small after in every country has its own. Religion had his own madam app store as it was craziness to figure out who can partner with it was an information was not that tier and so that was model to find the broader market..

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"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

The Great Indian Marketing Show

04:27 min | 11 months ago

"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

"Who would fly. The delhi would then fly emphasis bengal. Not and then tell block. They will have to visit this. It became a of call for every head of state. So that's kind of exposure guard dead. So i wrote this thing. We should in student award like this. Our biggest clients in the us. Or let's start with the us to do one us. The north america was largest percentage of revenue in rest of the world combined residue but we have no am so i had category that the criteria and i said okay we need a partner because your brand is not a global brand yet so i said i d you need a credible partner i said. Why don't we good education institute. Like a howard wattana someone or a stanford which has more tech and get them to partner with us and then negative when she came hydrogen this night the next morning. I president jesse politics. She's a big name in india marketing now and they love the idea. Jesse took an office and under mitterand. Guy to legend ron moody right. I was sitting in my pants. But i presented to him..

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"managing director" Discussed on Common Home Conversations Beyond UN75

Common Home Conversations Beyond UN75

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on Common Home Conversations Beyond UN75

"Will hear from leading Global experts on how the proposal of recognizing the existence of an intangible Global common Without Borders can change our relationship with our planet the common home of humanity has proposed an ambitious New Globe pack for the environment the adverse effects of climate change span across borders and Beyond territories recognizing the Earth system as a common Heritage of humankind is the first step in restoring a stable climate a visible manifestation of a well-functioning or a system this proposals cascading effects would be systemic and tremendously impact international relations and economics opening the doors to restoring a well-functioning earth system, and home conversations is the place to discuss a new social contract between Society wage. Economy and the Earth system now here is your host founder and CEO of the planetary press Kimberly White. Hello and welcome to Common home conversations today. We are joined by Carl Becker the co-founder and managing director of one Earth. Thank you for joining us today Carl. Thanks. That's great to be here. I think you should tell us more about one Earth and the focus of your work there. Yeah, I'm the managing director of one Earth and we are philanthropic initiatives particularly focused on the science policy interface for the three Rio conventions, and we are running a correspondingly roughly three major scientific models that we support page with leading scientists around the world contributing to those three models. The first big one is the climate and energy transition model which was published last year in the form of a temporary tents five hundred page book called achieving the Paris climate agreement calls cuz us offered by 17 million climate energy scientists and is now being widely cited and that was really too You look at how we can can we and if so, how how can we stay below the 1.5 see threshold of global temperature rise, the second one. The second model is called the globe a safety net which was just published on Friday and science advances. That was a two and half year plus effort very large spatial analysis, the first global scale analysis of biologically important land and one of the component products coming out of it is you could say a pack of recommended area-based targets for the upcoming un biodiversity convention. So second a real convention. So what it does is it shows what are all the same types of land that can contribute to ecosystem services and biodiversity by country. The third model will be really contributing to looking at how we feed ten billion people on a sustained. On the planet. So today we seem to have gone from climate deniers to an attitude of it's already too late. Do you think we have the Science and Technology available today to form the solutions to stabilize climate and keep warming at one point five degrees? Yes. I I love this question because it is the answer is absolutely sucks. We have the technology and it's not just the technology solved in and sort of we need to do now go into production. It's like we have the technology. It's a z, what does that shovel-ready? You know, we have it's sitting on the shelves and in our in the climate model and energy transition model. We supported according to that model. We need to go from about 20% renewable energy today to about 56% globally and that varies by region by Twenty Thirty. So we thought This is relatively straightforward. We know exactly how to do it. It's using technologies that are now battle-tested for you know, ten or more years and are scaling quickly and becoming Cheaper by the minute. So really it's not the technology that's missing for the energy transition. It's the dollars and in the clay model we have well the back of envelope summary budget required for the transition. I just mentioned is is about 1.3 trillion a year, roughly. And that's you know less than one-third with government spend today subsidizing fossil fuels which are causing global warming. So so for like less than a third of what we're paying to destroy the planet, we could transition energy with technology create tons of jobs be great for the economy would it would increase energy security as well and it would reduce health risks associated with fossil fuels and climate change. So it's win-win isn't the right word. It's like win win win win win. It's like five wins if we did that and say yes, just a matter of really political. Well at this point moving the dollars. So governments have been creating commitments and new targets to combat climate change while at the same time as you just said propping up the fossil fuel industry with trillions of dollars in subsidies adding to age. I'm a crisis. Do you think the covid-19 economic recovery efforts are an opportunity to shift away from business-as-usual and toward cleaner Greener energy. Yeah, I would say it's it's not judging. Yes, definitely and not just on the energy side. We also the nature of based Solutions side. I'm seeing a lot coming from government, especially the EU has waged a big leader in this and they've announced several commissions on so a green recovery. I think that it did covid-19 two things one thing it did which of course has positive and negative. It's slammed the brakes on the global economy. Like we literally it was like you're driving in your car and a kid runs in front of you and you have to slam on your brakes and. And that wage Happened. So it's sort of like all these conversations that were happening and there was going to be a climate Convention as viewed by the diversity convention was the UN Summit all these things just everything went on with the results are kind of coming in now. We'll see what happens anywhere from 9 to 17% reduction in carbon emissions. This year was We have to wait obviously for post-mortem, but we think it'll probably be somewhere in the middle like maybe twelve thirteen percent of a reduction in greenhouse-gas emissions, which is Thursday actually more than what we needed to do in terms of being on the 1.5 seat track. So slamming on the brakes got us on the 1.5. See course. Now the question in this are we going to just slam on the gas pedal now off and I mean that literally right cuz we have to also convert our make our transportation system much cleaner. But yeah, I think that that's slightly on the birth. Services pause and a lot of people to kind of get start getting their ducks in a row about starting to look at recovery packages that could then be targeted towards sustainable and green infrastructure and energy and and nature-based solutions. I think the other thing that I saw with covideo is that just the awareness of nature..

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"managing director" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"Getting anything consensually great now. With. The down the right is is going to be harder today I think so. Yeah committee CISE. communication disrespect. The fact that the different I'm not going to have different driving. We re route three from big institution. Things. On among Poblano Robinson's. talked. Repeatedly, regularly, anjem announced vote in and as that. Might be on commitments is managing. You've been about our investment structure. What kind of impact of trading lot we're going GONNA have to try the next six months means we've jeopardy found that people? Have bought, into being Jenny A. Helps I think where the front end really of a of Ollie's we've got twenty years plus some mice to the at the venues that were in a week we've tried to make into the local might appoint anywhere in the immediate future we've we've got businesses people like a has bound gray assistance during the next twelve, twenty, eight months since. A combines that not just care about that judge in in. Particularly say guys now they're going to struggle. On fights fits ice vices. Why wouldn't they want to engage on some solutions just yet having away I think that's a good perspective I'm what's your expectations and finally you a looking forward I guess women summer the moment Dole's windows open lots of terraces government, airy encouraging sort of out on the street trading. You must have looked at as as we get into ultimate shoulder those those get shot and I may get a little bit more nervous and it's always harder to get people out when it's when it's sort of raining. What you'll timeframe are you looking at before you sort of get back into a decent level of profitability? Yeah. We we've sort of shaved the current situations. We Roy took richness a concept Nari I am in Windsor that we we get anymore freighted. We've got at the moment obviously, everyone is very nervous about Marrying of coughing codes Fair included. That's why we're running running mosques already just anything to be. It's going to help suppress the spread of infection is going to be seen as opposed statement. I'm sure there will be a lot of a lot of cross eyed, but between what his client establishes a problem if he like it winter, what is a very new problem and that might kind was valujet. CETINJE. Modern references Doing okay. Against up ice full custody benefiting from having a bit more outside spice and. Literally, making while the while sunshine's are some you know muddling that we see Any gripes from the visitation thought we'd like temperature for rock against it but. We maintain against all advice position unnumbered somebody's. Agreements that we have the various stakeholders. Then we'll see all three. Christmas and Yet looking for a gradual.

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"managing director" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"They get anywhere near customer and then from that radiate some it's anything to US following on the the Mazda. Bartender. Program three William well-supported by the United. Community who oversee very cain to push said their expertise and experience. An interaction a venues in various training programs We've we've got a lot of expectations not just you know the the the quality of drinks. The quality of the ball house maintained is quite a bit training evoked with. How did let? Some any guides dead people working beneath them united the Axon. The Gos- collectives he's thinking. So again, just wanted to provide a radio robust training program that he's. Actual ready you're always learning in some form more interesting interactive stuff through route nine as to whether it's the People Management Stuff Yeah. But just trying to on these with them in a much wider skillset had been having to make a good drink another drinks the day united drinking apart from that this might cameras is quite a bit of some signs and some attention is not onto highway quite a bit of risky in what we do well. Said doing things safely has always been a really important watchword. It's not a sexy saudi-based, but he's done at Harare in. Given, that kind of environment we come back to his really useful the thinking we've not. Encourage too much native of sort of clowns in and. Sanitized everything because I stopped by see what been doing honorable real anyway. Definitely. Absolutely. Yeah. It's a you think of any sector was safe. It would be us in the fact that we've we've always been in that environment I'm I'm sort of conscious of time, and there's a couple of quick things I want to dip into an hop around one is because you've got such a broader stay over such big geographical area I'm guessing you must have a lot of different landlords on one of the key things that. Keeps coming up at the moment with regard stores by the future of hospitality and we come through this Particularly challenging period is this accrued debt whilst closed and rent negotiations. What's your experience been? Has it been very different another any kind of nuggets of wisdom for everybody WHO's coming to the end if that sort of you know rent moratorium, have you heard any sort of good solutions where you I think?.

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"managing director" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"Entrepreneurial s kind of training program was literally you just you just pick up the skills on the job and ended up in a bit more serendipity? Yeah. I I think is probably of designers but I'm not you'll have much of we've got into it but you have a law explosion set to lots of different elements of the business. When she go instead it's the operations management role and you're looking off the trail full of venues concepts than you would doing everything obviously are you zone out and all? But Under the. Marketing Trade the KMOX teammates, monthly basis and dating we pay on his accounting's dressing down with the date. To do a lot of job by nightshift of the sexual growing yes. You gotTa have on everything and I think not that three sixty understanding of saying of every saw debatable is evaluated when he got into that so that Demand now it means you'll. You'll getting point of view ready I'm ready create, and annoying which agenda needs pushing in. Some yeah. We will say now that we had a little bit more structured in the way that we developed able. I think we've also got specialists in the business now because of the scientists and scour out so that those areas of crops getting the right amount of seduction that I needed the right times. On the senior people in the business, a respectable element of that because of that the on night bit on site yet like with any good sort of entrepreneurial organization that each really valuable actually doing. Bits everyone's job but I think he serious about moving into the next stage and we would sell fab now is a medium sized business than you need to have. Quality inexperienced people some some of would have come to business, but you know the K functions Tom. Baker example proxy would be another. You know you need qualified access today that what you need to make. Sure that is people come in really understand what the main thing that variety you know the the thing that makes you It's it's been useful again about branding pacing reminding. Even agents when they're out. Ought to know how we got to be able to do what we do in space is that the demographic kind of is what we're doing how are we going to? Yeah, it does work. And that's good. In. Venue say so you'll drink sort of idea genuine sort of outcome, your spouse that you take lots of dry ice lots of theatre. It's it's not the same thing. You know your your average bombings was gonNA bullpen off the street GAL poor a couple of pints do you tend to do you have an internal? So the training program for your mixologist or did you only recruits? Experienced yeah. I mean absolutely the training program regardless of background as is. Absolutely exact into non on the bar May numb said, we don't object savage good The bar is such a long sorts of journey to really get to the upper end of that..

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"managing director" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"On a lot of people working in I'm Brian in China businesses around the country to sort of follow promotion site wasn't tied to any particular part of the country. John was particularly to the job lock it outside you is more a kind of them what scenario. went out to Australia to do a bit of. Traveling to around Southeast Asia and sort of come up eight nine in Sydney for for nine months just took a bit of stock in hospitality very not certified job that allowed to kind of. Help on the very high human and completely forget about the wedding. And it was it was it was a bit of a reset It confirmed a couple of things that I was. In need of Ryton a time. Just reaffirmed the fact that there was. A real pulled to hospitality John's at the end of that nine month period is very ready to fight back. Coincided with them at the guys inventions had been working full previous I'm. Saudi pasta but the founder of the business. At night while I was out there saying that we've project humming when when you're GONNA be back. He's. He's GonNa be a different. It's GONNA be right out there in some. Defense. If Tommy Wax. The venue which was bit of a pet rejected as quite guy changes Thompson either side business based on Sushi, which was announced lights, which was still a new thing in in two, thousand ten and some. Yeah. from from the the economy restaurant recessionary period prior to that. So it came together quite so densely. Coming back in the New Year in the timing sweat amid at on obviously the navy wealth from the previous waking life. Had somebody that I didn't really have to try and which would have been attractive I. Think it and yes, somebody was refreshed recharge ready to buy a month's bids by night show is he was very involved not just the the management of this vice which is ends up in in in big businesses given us at prices isn't he followed to the best bits You might why some hidden there was something different savvy style, different kind of customer. Different offering a much more involved with the. Business decision making it just. Ask very recharged and very ready set set kind of out of it. Ready Genesis kind. Of people who building a lot of stuff of Mer forefronts at the time in the Dementia Weld set. And Dumb and then ultimately they should've of this kind of exit which was taken net unite four or five contents that I had getting to a critical mass. Setting you know these chunk to. I conceal venture capital, investment. When the appropriate on came in some? Once to mutation had that that in the big self that? Guys coming I would not define you know an established concept with the ability to grind, but I would getting with it somebody really understood. The thinking behind the business. There was a transition period of of services Equador upon site accounting in a mocking taken care of by the setting business initially. As a decoded web forward with the Janney didn't thousand fifteen..

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"managing director" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"Guy Down there and get under the skin of things I'm knocked out objectivity onto to the sought by side stuff. But having a kind of inherent touch point in mind businesses around has been ready as foil on. Then as I said I mean I'm getting back into the rhythm of that but I'm setting out be down there couple days away myself not. Doing checks measures but more sort of. Looking. For the next next to go into radio on talking around the city. Is built out there. Any whites are easy to build NC wedding, Monk Thumb and catching with. Other uprights in just taking on experience I, think that what you need to do Any sort of. Estimates properly. Time and results in some money. True. Yeah. Well, congratulations pulling off and I think one of the key reasons the really wherever you go. You get this little been instantaneous fan base and following his is the strength and power not just what you deliver but also the brand that sits behind it, which is really strong as that branding evolved mush and it's kind of how you can describe is sort of that dot com it's kind of magical. Space, I suppose. But yeah, as as that stay pretty consistent since venue was that very much come about in the latter stages. Yeah. Sending been shined up in the latter stages and I think that they're bringing you get the today because the the reference points is more than rounds more people are aware of the. Original yeah I think. It was probably a kind ships count addiction funding a Kootenai. It's in the ice. The outrace that sounds good. So we could build probably where the concept originally sprung from. An has gone on we've sort of taken some of that. SMART remorse release join a big medieval. Actual alchemist idea a made it something a little bit more been through a cooperative relations. was quite signs for for a time. And that was informing designing venue his it felt we got suicide lots of rocks contemporary intended design I mean unless necessarily. So evatt. Blazing a trail became a point. been halted attendant whether whether you're not. You know that's not Sania. zero will sort of looking a little bit as. We became on a bit again numb two or three guy intends to design it until the. To the at sign say Valley. Monochrome Goldie fail into a bit color and dump the new. It's actually done. Have a bit more. In. kind of design the. I'm no suicide days. Colored in the venue and some instill trades to some of those silted them theatrics at some that that went quite high slate having a footprint around the country on taste. Media following in guys crowd is men that we would have to build on that round. He's been particularly useful join the. The the the lockdown we haven't been able to trade sites that we've been to a little bit more about online presence. who stopped building a little bit of retail profile We have actually been planning away on a book and I ended up in the background AT A. Coffee. Table Pace. which is I'm in the of being put together. We've We've started thinking about how much around out the full woes and get it into around retired environments and some having brown in this sort of truest and away his has been allows to sort of continue to grow the business without necessarily being I'm stuck on the idea of of two bricks and mortar I think the. Yeah the mindset change to. Hell presence in getting into people's hi, I'm yet exciting for definitely I..

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"managing director" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"Fifty Senate try box you know the the dice in London closer too much flat.

"managing director" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

Humans of Hospitality

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality

"From the North West. Hall on that we've had we've been able to push on. A message out. Round. The country's as you pointed out there particularly into London, which is not something that has necessarily been done. That will. That will volume by crisis from the north. In, quite proud madman, the coast. Londoners burning to the ground that moment has. Now ready it's some it's obviously yet got cancer a lot of challenges office occupation figures in some the coming into the country or something decisive. Predicated upon but some each improving each week can dumb. Keep talking about each initiative that stuff's been a big help. Again, this way could we started off with them Quite, quite a quite distinction really between the particular central incites in what was happening in the big regional cities, intensive sales activity that number is narrowing each week in some. Confidence that you spend any time in London, any city cents rarely there? Is Plenty of life in Nice short-sea the environments to come tightly subscribe to. A little bit different late but I think. That will affect. People like prattle props. Oh, by one guys at a working on on credit score massin whites numbers on with all respect to day. They always do that. Thank brilliantly. But it's it's about convenience for those guys and I think. If you've got something that he is a bit more interesting and different. Still going to be happy to trump into this this faces and Yeah that's original point. Bombay's a bit around the region, but he's popping up. Each day on. The evening we got ready which is. Like. Straight any numbers above what we re reset off our expectations and Yeah it's That's that's good to hear. Before we move on on on combat to some of those points race but some just staying on that that that food thing it's a really difficult thing to pull off to feel as comfortable in a venue. Having a cocktail and and some drinks at night in the music a little bit louder, and it's the vibe or.

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"managing director" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

Behind The Numbers

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

"Hey everyone. Welcome back to behind the numbers. I'm Dave bookbinder and say we're having a great conversation with Frank, Pena Managing Director Arcadian Group. Franken the first segment you. I told GONNA. Put you on the spot and ask you about your favorite fraudster because you've interviewed so many people throughout your career. During this very quick commercial break, get a chance to think about it 'cause I. WanNa ask you. Do you have a favorite fraudster I? Do Dave and my favorite fruits? There's actually a fraudster I never met so let me tell you what I mean by that. I'm I was engaged years backed by large financial institution through their general counsel's office. To help them understand what they deem to be irregular accounting practices. There's been some turnover in a particular group and as a result, they couldn't really unwind some reconciling items so I was brought in not really understanding what I. Do what I could to help the client get. They wanted to go. And in just a few short days I unravel what ended up being almost three decade-long fraud, three decades almost almost three decades long, and it was in my opinion, one of the most brilliant schemes I've ever seen because most fraudsters tend to get caught, and usually it's because they get greedy. Greed tends to be the downfall fraudsters. It tends to be what catches the attention of people who were looking in this particular case. While the fraud perpetrated for a very long time, there was no signs of extreme greed to the point, rose to the level of suspicion, so I'm inside this financial institution and The particular. Division. I'm interested in investigating further the credit card division. And one of the things I come across when trying to reconcile books, record is the fact that. One long term employees who had recently passed away. Had A credit card as a customer of this financial institution and. From since the mid eighties, this person had one of those no frills credit cards. Not You're not getting points for spending habits. You're not getting mileage. The limit was five thousand dollars remain that way for all these years and what she would do over the course of when ended up being almost thirty year period of time, she would spend the credit card just like you were I, but instead of. Writing the check to our credit card. Companies pay down the balance on a monthly basis. She kept access to an antiquated system on her desk No one else was aware of. That stayed live through a number of mergers and acquisitions tended to happen over the the financial institutions industry over time, and she would just unilaterally without approval log into this system and create manual adjustments, which showed up his payments on her statement, so spending every month, and then manually adjusting news amounts away most aftermath hereafter. You're not just spending, but also cash advances, etc. She managed to live a very. Fabulous lifestyle on the financial institutions dime and it wasn't until she passed away that all of this came to light when someone who took on her responsibilities. Manage to uncover some of these discrepancies so fortunate enough to have met a number. Fraudsters have had the ability to question them, and while I had a lot of evidence to suggest she did exactly what I suggest it. Never had a chance to confront her. and to a large extent, the bank was made totally hole through employee dishonesty insurance policy, and the investigation was so robust and so supported by our efforts that the insurance company wrote a check and also paid the. Bank, of reimburse the bank for the cost they paid me to investigate so end up being a real win for the bank and a real eye opening experience for me. Just to have it just having been down that path and having never met my roaster. That's a great story and a couple of things come to mind because you mentioned that a lot of times people get caught because they're greedy. And in this particular instance. Maybe it wasn't so much greed, keeping it at low dollar amounts relatively speaking, just fly under the radar, but consistently which leads to the question. What can companies do here? Here's a situation where for thirty years they didn't detect anything. Talk to our audience and tell them. What can they do in their businesses now to be mindful and aware of these things and maybe detect fraud. So one of the things I encourage folks to consider is a proactive fraud risk assessment. In almost all cases I'm brought in in a reactive way, a fraud or allegations of misconduct or employee, dishonesty or vendor abuse seems to surface, but it's a little too late. If you're calling me after the fact, chances are I'm going to find fraud to such a magnitude that you're. GonNa, wish that. Maybe you spent a little bit of money proactively front to prevent it rather than spend it. It on the back end, trying to detect and quantify it so to answer your question. Dave proactive fraud risk assessments whether it's something you can have your internal audit. Folks do some outside expert forensic investor leader myself come in and do I think you can really make a real impact organization that way the other simple thing that doesn't require a lot of money, and it just pay attention to what I'll call segregation of duties. Just make sure you don't have the same person. Opening the mail depositing checks and reconciling bank statements yeah a lot of control. It's giving one person too much control could create. The opportunity as we talked about, and certainly, if there's a pressure, the opportunity manifested, and certainly people can figure out a way to rationalize especially if that fraudster is someone who's not quite management or executive level. They might be given a job responsibility that they think they should be paid more to do, and they might just help themselves to the pot if they feel like they're underpaid or for some other. Reason to that extent. That's good advice. How in folks who are watching listening? Learn more about you frank. How can they contact you so I have a website? WWW DOT MIRC DOT com. That's M., E. R.. E. N. I also have.

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"managing director" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

Behind The Numbers

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

"Very professional unassuming their unsuspecting, and they have a Lotta Gravitas in particular industry and order to perpetuate the lifestyle and perpetuate the. Sort of the reputation that they built over time sometimes just can't be done. In the normal course they have to get creative and oftentimes creativity leads to criminal behavior. Yeah, so unfortunately they don't channel it for good. They channel it for evil. Gotcha, okay, so you talked about economic damages. How does one go about determining what the ultimate damages? So economic damages are often very hard to prove with certainty because a lot of what you have to do. As an economic damages, expert is you have to rely on historical financial information. And usually look three or five years backwards to determine what the future might look like for someone who's claiming. They had been damaged because if you think about a situation where. Two parties are fighting over. Lost Prophets for example party. A allegedly harmed party and party B.'s trying to recover lost profits. As a result of that party is not going to arbitrarily be able to come up with a number and say I would have lost this amount. Therefore you should pay. Party has to really look at two things what they did starkly and what they projected to do over what ends up becoming the lost period to determine if in fact. They have lost profit. What the opposing parties likely to do is say okay. You may have produced historical financial support your economic assessment, or you may have produced projections that predate you're alleged loss, and therefore all of that seems to make sense hypothetically, but they'll try and establish that outside. Influences would have negatively impacted that we're GONNA Jason's ability to fulfil. Fulfill those protections encounter. Make good on what they suspect. It would happen over time so. What you really do as an accounting expert you look at. Identify revenue, and you identify cost, and essentially what revenue would have been generated, but for the alleged harmful act, and then you factor in. What costs you might save as a result of not being able to generate that revenue, and you arrive in a lost prophets, summer and my space, those calculations have to be done to a reasonable degree of professional certainty, and as you can imagine, there's some subjectivity as to what that means, and just having experience and looking at the right records. Really help you win the day there, but you also want to talk to people you don't want to. To forget the fact that at the end of the day book records only get you so far and talking to people create those projections really make a difference well. Yeah, and look in my world in valuation consulting whether it's volume of business revaluing intellectual property assets. It's a risk adjusted net present value analysis similarly describe got some nuances there from a legal perspective so I get it and I think the audience to say really good job explaining that. You touched on the idea of you need to talk to people to. It's not just about the data once you elaborate on that I. Know you've got some thoughts there. Yeah so the way I view things talking about fraud at the end of the day books and records don't commit fraud. People do fraud by definition is intentional so so understanding that? Closing the gap on where the data leaves. Things to be desired, can really only be obtained through talking to people and conducting forensic interviews or something that I do frequently in almost every investigation or litigation support assignment. The other thing I tend to do very often is review emails I. believe emails are more or less like modern day. Wiretaps and people put everything in anything in emails so before I necessarily render in investigation complete. Complete I review emails that might get me to where I'm going and might help me focus on my allegations. You'd be surprised. What other interesting things you find out about people by doing their emails and most of the time I'm working with the company behind the scenes, and oftentimes the targets of my investigation aren't even aware that I'm doing so if you can imagine having information from an email to them present during a forensic interview. You know really helps. People understand that you know the answers to most of your questions your to confirm it, you know, and maybe find other information property value that can take you to another level, but there's a real big people aspect to it, and I would encourage anybody who's looking to get into this field to really get out from behind the screen and talk to people. It's critical. Yeah, so when you get to that spot where it's clear that you have something on them. You've got some documentary evidence in an e mail. Do they typically fold and say they got me or they continuing to perpetuate this reuss of the fraud so I would say it depends on the sophistication the fraudster. I can tell you in my opinion. In my profession, there's no greater feeling than being able to obtain a confession without a gun or a batch, and I haven't either a gun. We're badge. I'm a civilian I'm a I'm a bean counter right and I believe that I use a blue collar approach to solving white collar problems and developing report with people. You'd be surprised how many times I actually get a confession, but oftentimes my mo is to. To Talk to people and let him lie to me, I'll let him lie to me until we're both blue in the face, and then I will show them the document. You just described where I have something in evidence that could suggest or not being truthful, and when I slide that in front of them, and actually show them what I know, you'd be surprised how quickly they don't have an answer for me now quickly. Their Confession starts to unravel. Gotcha. So how can people contact you Franken? They want to learn more about you or how to work with you. On linked in. Frank Peanut Managing Director of Mercatus, my address F. P. at m-e-r-c-a-t-u-s dot com. Or feel free reach out by telephone..

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"managing director" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

Behind The Numbers

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

"Everyone and welcome back to behind the numbers Dave bookbinder senior director at Cf. This is the program where we dig deeper to understand what really matters most in business and today I'm really excited. Have a fun and interesting conversation the way I would characterize it as when CPA meets. CSI CAn't take credit for that. My Guest Frank Pena here managing director at the Mercatus. Group actually help coin that expression, frank, welcome to behind numbers. Thank you David South Pleasure. Be here and appreciate you having me yet. This is going to be fun. Just wanted to set the frame I. Want You just tell the audience a little bit about who you are what you do, and then we'll jump into the good stuff. Sure I describe myself as a forensic accountant and dispute consultant. Tasked with helping individuals and corporations managed business controversy. So as Managing Director of the McLean group, I sort of specialize in three things. Forensic Investigations economic damage assessments as well as bankruptcy and insolvency matters. So what I mean by that is. When a client calls me generally, they're not calling me to share good news. Something in their life changed, and they need help. Generally having an ascent, a sense of urgency and reacting quickly is what wins the day with respect to making my client's happy and letting them know how can help them. In terms of forensic investigations, normally what I do is I. Get engaged by either general counsel of a company. Board of Directors or regulatory body and sometimes external law firms who represent either of those two parties to help them assess certain allegations whether they be blower related employee dishonesty vendor fraud. You name it generally speaking, these issues have an economic impact and my investigative skills coupled with my CPA experienced tends to be helpful in that regard. The other area that I tend to work a lot in isn't the economic damages assessment area where two parties are fighting it out over one reason or another think of a dispute over a bridge of contract type claim where plaintiff defendant over failing to fulfil a duty, so to speak generally speaking, you're not doing for any other reason, other than a monetary issue and someone like me. Who can evaluate the situation, says the numbers. And render an opinion as to what the economic economic damage is or is it? Tends to really help in courts and Trier's effect. Make decisions as to. Who's right and reliability sits A. Area I'll just touch upon the bankruptcy and solvency area, which is where I spent a lot of time helping chapter eleven trustees. Navigate their, role. Through the bankruptcy court process whether it be investigating debtor-in-possession or just providing financial advice to help companies reorganizing bankruptcy, these are sort of the areas I, tend to spend most of my time. Are, there any particular. Fact patterns that are consistent across these different things when you think about you know fraud and and people trying to scam whether it's investors or consumers. So I would say you know there's really three elements present when fraud occurs in my experience and I think a lot. My folks in my profession would tend to agree. The first element is pressure whether it's real or perceived generally speaking. A fraudster identifies pressure usually is financial in nature whether it be. Pressured to. Generate revenue within a short time frame whether it's a gambling problem where new medical expenses that they're forced with paying so now. They need to come up with money quickly. Doodo pressure they experience, and that sort of element number one. The other common element I is, there's an opportunity so terribly speaking the opportunity manifest itself. An internal control weakness or the ability to override controls, so wants a pressure exist, and then the potential fraudster identifies an opportunity perpetrated fraud. The only thing they need to really do move. That process forward is to rationalize it, which is really the third element? Pressure Opportunity Rationalization and in my profession, that's really the the elements of what's known as the fraud triangle. It's something that we're taught, and it turns out to be true. In most cases also tell you that I've come across a lot of fraudsters in my life, having interviewed the people who've done some very interesting things, and oftentimes you know there's just a certain percentage of the population that's up to no good. There's there's not a pressure necessarily. It's just somebody who's there to benefit. At someone else's detriment, and they see the opportunity and figure out a way to rationalize. Yeah, we're going to talk about that. Rationalization the psychology, a little bit. I'm also going to put you on the spot, and if you have a favorite fraudster, solely you marinate on that for a minute, but what I wanted to just talk about real quickly. Here is when you think about types of fraud, right? This is nothing new. Frauds been around forever whether it's business scamming Internet scamming ponzi schemes. As I mentioned to you before on the two things that were particularly intriguing to things like the fire festival and Theranos both got a lot of publicity documentaries made about them. Let's jump into the psychology, right? How do people like? The CEO of thoroughness or the leaders of the fire festival. How how do they rationalize this whole idea of this perpetrating the fraud? Some people think that. They deserve so one of the one of the things I come across. A lot is I've worked so hard. Other people have gotten to where they are doing this, so I'm going to do it to, or it's a victimless crime at the end of the day. It's not murder. It's nothing. Blue-collar to the point where you're actually physically harming someone, so they feel like I can rationalize my behavior. Because the detrimental causing economic in nature is not physical and a lot of times too I find. Especially, the sophisticated ones to be..

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"managing director" Discussed on Marketing Upheaval

Marketing Upheaval

13:03 min | 2 years ago

"managing director" Discussed on Marketing Upheaval

"Hey everyone this is rudy. Fernandez some creative outhouse catrine. Zimmerman is the managing director of T. L. G. G. Consulting in New York a strategic digital consulting agency. But more than that. She someone who really understands the overall landscape of digitization our conversation was about what we can all expect to see in the ever changing digital world a couple of times in the conversation where I was just blown away especially when she talked about privacy issues. We also talked about trends and counter trends and how she started the innovation hub. At Luke Tonga. I really enjoyed the conversation and you will to check it out. Welcome to marketing. Upheaval marketing up. From welcome to the marketing people. My guess is Zimmermann the managing director of not L. G. G. Consulting in New York a strategic digital consulting agency catrine.

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