35 Burst results for "Partnership"

Why You Must Think Differently About Supply Chain Technology Strategy

MPO Blog

01:23 min | 11 hrs ago

Why You Must Think Differently About Supply Chain Technology Strategy

"8 p.m. Monday, November 28th, 2022. Why you must think differently about supply chain technology strategy. At CS CMP supply chain brain sat down with NPO cofounder and CEO, Martin for which Marin to break down the multi multi supply chain complexity problem. Many companies these days are facing a different environment, different dynamics, Martin explains, referring to the increasing recognition that organizations today operate as part of an ever expanding ecosystem. Often referred to as multi enterprise supply chain business networks, these partnerships represent a fraction of the multi multi complexity businesses struggle with today. Martin goes on to explain that companies need to serve multiple sales channels multiple stores, multiple sites, multiple warehouses, multiple factories, multiple suppliers, multiple source in flows, and so on. This, in addition to operating across multiple countries having multiple currencies and needing to collaborate across multiple languages, it's a complex structure that is often unpredictable in nature. Partners can not always be relied on and issues of inflation, material shortages, and rising logistics costs serve to further complicate matters. However, Martin's view is a unique and highly optimistic one the businesses that find lasting success are those that embrace complexity

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Charlie Talks to Dan Steiner, Founder and President of Pre-Born

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 6 d ago

Charlie Talks to Dan Steiner, Founder and President of Pre-Born

"A pre bore and dot org great organization and Dan Steiner who runs it joins us right now. Dan, welcome to the program. Hey, Charlie, good to see you again. Thank you for having us on. Yeah, of course. Love the organization. Walk our audience through pre born and the important work you guys do. Yeah, so this is why it's exciting to be on the Charlotte church show today because you have spent countless hours championing the cause of these little babies across America on your programming and then the general electorate for people to act on their pro life beliefs. And that is what pre born does and particularly in partnership with your show here. We are the competition Planned Parenthood on an hour by hour basis. We're marketing on the Internet, reaching young women who are searching for abortion and our ads are competing directly with Planned Parenthood. We get them on get them to click on our ads, get them to our national call center. Route them to one of our clinics nearest them, show them their baby on ultrasound, refuting the ridiculous argument that, you know, there's no heartbeat as Stacey Abrams at 6 that's a fabrication, right? She lost on that, by the way. Show when they see that heartbeat, they know. It's like a smile. If somebody smells at you and back is typically means they're happy as Sam as they smile at you at the United States and if you hear a baby's heartbeat, it's not a blob of tissue it's a life. Yes. So that's what we have. Listeners partnering with pre born to do across the United States and I got to tell you, Charlie. So far this year, 43,000 women, 43,000 have chosen life for their babies in freeborn clinics.

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BMC Software Partners With Telefónica to Bring Blockchain to Data Workflows

TheCoinsPost

00:42 sec | Last week

BMC Software Partners With Telefónica to Bring Blockchain to Data Workflows

"3 p.m. Thursday, July 21st, 2022. BMC software partners with, nika, to bring blockchain to data workflows. BMC software, the American multinational information technology services and consulting has announced a new partnership with telephony to integrate blockchain capabilities into the BMC helix control M platform using telephony text trust OS service. The BMC helix control M solution is a SaaS platform that simplifies the integration, automation, and orchestration of highly complex enterprise application and data. The post BMC software partners with telephony to bring blockchain to data workflows appeared first on the coins post.

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Crypto exchange Coinbase to support Easy Bank Transfers for UK users

CryptoNinjas

00:38 sec | Last week

Crypto exchange Coinbase to support Easy Bank Transfers for UK users

"5 p.m. Thursday, November 17th, 2022. Crypto exchange coinbase to support easy bank transfers for UK users. Coinbase, the popular Bitcoin crypto exchange company announced today it will be rolling out easy bank transfers for UK users. The new feature delivers an easy way to add funds to coinbase accounts. Through a partnership with true layer, one of Europe's leading open banking platforms, coinbase is able to support easy bank transfers, which the post crypto exchange coinbase to support easy bank transfers for UK users appeared first on krypton ninjas.

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Bintai Kinden Revenue Increased 136% in 2Q FY2023

ACN Newswire

03:40 min | Last week

Bintai Kinden Revenue Increased 136% in 2Q FY2023

"2 p.m. Thursday, November 24th, 2022. Bent I came down revenue increased 136% in two Q FI 2023. Malaysia, November 24th, 2022 ACN newswire candid corporation bear adverse, 69 98, a mechanical and electrical mapy engineering services specialist. Today announced that the company registered a 136.6 increase in revenue to RM 40.56 million for the second quarter ended September 30th, 2022 two Q FI 2023 compared with RM 17.14 million in two Q FI 2022 mainly due to higher contribution from mampe projects recovering from the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic executive director. Of binta, asri azeroth was the quarter under review. The company profit before tax PBT recorded a decline to RM one 93 zero zero zero compared with RM two 44 zero zero zero in two Q FI 2022 mainly due to higher cost. Gross profit margin for two Q FI 2023 stood at 15.35 compared with 43.06 in two Q FI 2022 after taking into account contribution by variation order of completed projects of the mampe business. Bent I can then register to 142.94 rise in revenue of RM 71.4 million for the 6 months ended September 30th, 2022 one HFI 2023 compared with RM 29.41 million in the corresponding period of the previous financial year. PBT for one HFI 2023 declined to RM 1.16 million compared with RM 1.5 million reported in one HFI 2022 dot in. Asri azura, executive director of condensed, quote we consider the continuing growth in economic activities following two years of lockdowns as a positive sign for more opportunities in mapy engineering services in Malaysia and Southeast Asia where our focus remains. The growth in revenue in the quarter under review is proof of the continuing recovery which we do not take for granted as we assess the risks and opportunities to grow as an investment conglomerate by taking stakes in unique and niche businesses with huge potential we are actively looking for more earnings accretive acquisitions. We are diversifying into the provision of telecommunication services to healthcare centers through a strategic venture under our indirect subsidiary Johnson medical international SD and B HD GMI that we announced earlier in November. We are also leveraging on JMI apos healthcare solutions and medical support systems expertise to explore the Middle East, which is a growing market. Through our 51 owned energy SDN, BH D, we are an a partnership distributing flanges and other related piping products in Indonesia for oil and gas on G projects dot corp and tie kingdom across total order book is RM one O 9.92 million, with RM one O 2.43 million from mampi projects and RM 7.49 million from all G projects. Bent I can then corporation bear hood 69 98 versa BKC. Dot com dot M Y copyright 2022 ACN newswire. All rights reserved. WWW dot ACN newswire dot com.

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Announcing Security Solutions Partnership with Matter Labs

OpenZeppelin

00:24 sec | Last week

Announcing Security Solutions Partnership with Matter Labs

"3 p.m. Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022. Announcing security solutions partnership with matter labs. Open Zeppelin's mission is to provide security solutions for the decentralized ecosystem and the Ethereum blockchain faces the challenge of being. The post announcing security solutions partnership with matter labs appeared first on open Zeppelin blog.

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zkSync Layer 1 Audit

OpenZeppelin

00:22 sec | Last week

zkSync Layer 1 Audit

"3 p.m. Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022. ZK sync layer one audit. This first security assessment for ZK sync 2.0 was prepared by open Zeppelin, as part of an ongoing security partnership with matter labs. The post ZK sync layer one audit appeared first on open Zeppelin blog.

Republicans Find Their Way Through Tough Conversations

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:23 min | 2 weeks ago

Republicans Find Their Way Through Tough Conversations

"More to glory, America, bonjour, high candidate who you're alive inside the beltway on this Thursday I'll be on special report tonight on the panel with Brett bear talking about the house finally being called for the Republicans. Mitch McConnell being returned to lead the GOP Senate. One of his colleagues, Jim Langford, just won a thunderous reelection for another 6 years. I'm not sure if at the sentence or a big win. I know you want to serve the people of Oklahoma. Welcome back, senator lankford. How are you? I'm doing very well. Good morning. Yeah, by the way, it's a bit of a boat. It's a victory and a sentence as well. So I'm very glad for you. I was at a national Republican senatorial committee event, probably a year and a half ago with you and your wonderful wife and with Rick Scott and everyone. You know, Republican senators may have disagreements. But they actually, they don't have fisticuffs. I tried to explain that in the first hour I'd like you to expand on that. Any partnership. And I've run two law firms with more than 20 partners. And they disagree. And then they get that they have a vote in the end. You go along with what the vote is. Is that the way the Senate Republican caucus will work? That is the way that it works actually. There's always frustration. We obviously underperform what we thought we would during the elections last week. So there's a need for a very serious conversation about where we're going. How we communicating the issues, what are the key things that we're actually trying to be able to promote and put out there. Those are hard conversations that need to have and we spent hours Monday and Tuesday going through some very Frank conversations on that as we should.

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Indonesia signs deals to accelerate clean energy transition

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 weeks ago

Indonesia signs deals to accelerate clean energy transition

"Indonesia has signed an international deal to accelerate a transition toward clean energy known as the just energy transition partnership the deal announced by President Biden and others on the sideline at the G 20 summit aims to reduce emissions from Indonesia Not just like soon but to be just One of the world's most populous countries Indonesia is heavily reliant on coal power plants It's the world's third largest coal producer but it also has abundant potential to move into renewable energy We're mobilizing $20 billion to support Indonesia's efforts to reduce emissions and expand renewable energy And support workers in the most affected who are most affected by the transition away from coal Indonesian officials say the country has an important role to play in fighting climate change and the deal is a signal not just in the Asia Pacific but the world South Africa signed up during last year's climate conference in India Vietnam Senegal and the Philippines are all considering similar deals I'm Jennifer King

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Southeast Asia leaders kick off ASEAN summit in Cambodia

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Southeast Asia leaders kick off ASEAN summit in Cambodia

"The U.S. Japan and South Korea have found a unified response to North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile program as the leaders met on the sidelines of the East Asia summit in Cambodia President Joe Biden met separately with Japanese prime minister fumio kishida and South Korean president Yun sui before all three sat down together to discuss North Korea Biden declared that the three way partnership is even more important than its ever been when North Korea is stepping up its provocations both Yun and kishida discussed the ongoing displays of aggression by North Korea which has fired dozens of missiles in recent weeks I'm Karen Chammas

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 Noose found at Obama Presidential Center construction site

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Noose found at Obama Presidential Center construction site

"A news has been found at the Obama presidential center construction site in Chicago I Norman hall The firm building the Obama presidential center suspended operations Thursday after a noose was found at the Chicago site and it offered a $100,000 reward to help find who was responsible Lakeside alliance a partnership of black owned construction firms said it reported the incident to police former president Barack Obama's foundation also released a statement calling the discovery a shameless act of cowardice and hate designed to get attention and cause division The center slated to open in 2025 I

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 FTX: The Biggest Collapse in the History of Crypto?

Unchained

02:13 min | 3 weeks ago

FTX: The Biggest Collapse in the History of Crypto?

"Today has been a pretty crazy day. Actually, the last few days have been very harrowing day for the entire industry. And it all started between two of the central characters in the crypto drama who are CZ, the founder of binance, and Sam bankman fried the founder of FTX. So Sam and CZ have a very complicated relationship. And so I'm going to start for the very, very beginning and kind of give the exposition for what happened. So Sam and CZ, they have been competitors for a long time. Sam, of course, got his start as a traitor and originally he was the founder of a trading firm called Alameda research. Then they went on to build FTX, which is now one of the largest exchanges in the world, or was until very recently. Now, Alameda research and FTX have always had somewhat of a confusing relationship. It was known for a long time that Alameda research traded a great deal on FTX in the early days. As the exchange became more institutional, their relationship became a little bit more opaque. People didn't really know exactly what the relationship was between Alameda and FTX. But the claim from FTX was always that Alameda, the trading firm is not directly associated with FTX. We're totally distinct. We might have common ownership, but we don't really work together in a direct way. That was the story. It's generally considered to be a bit suspect to have a trading firm and an exchange to have a close relationship because of course that means that the trading firm has some kind of unfair advantage when trading in the exchange. Now, what does that have to do with CZ and binance finance? Of course, the largest exchange in the world. Binance was an early investor into FTX. So they had an early partnership. They invested at a very early stage and eventually FTX bought out binance from their initial stake for a total of $2 billion. And part of that 2 billion was in cash and part of it was in FTT, which is the native token of FTX. Now, what is FTT? There's another central part of the story. So FTT is an exchange token, kind of like B and B, kind of like, okb, the way that FTT works. And Tom, please correct me if I'm wrong here. So the way of FT works is that FTX burns a portion of their revenue to buy back some of the FTT and then destroy it every week or something like that. I think it's weekly. And in addition to that, if you own a lot of FTT and you stake it, you get trading discounts. If you're trading at FTX,

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Nike Suspends Partnership With Kyrie Irving

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Nike Suspends Partnership With Kyrie Irving

"Nike drops NBA star Kyrie Irving after his suspension On Thursday the Brooklyn Nets suspended guard Kyrie Irving for at least 5 games for what the team called a repeated failure to unequivocally say he has no anti semitic beliefs On Friday Nike canceled next week's launch of the Kyrie 8 ending its relationship with Irving that began when he was drafted as the number one pick in 2011 Irving was suspended by the nets for posting a link to a documentary that contains anti semitic material Later on Instagram after the suspension Irving apologized saying he was deeply sorry to all Jewish

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Why the GOP Needs to Take the Senate

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:39 min | Last month

Why the GOP Needs to Take the Senate

"The Senate is extremely important when you're trying to bring an administration to account. The house is important. I served in the house. I believe I'm a man of the house. I believe that the house has a great deal of power to investigate. It has the power of the purse. But the reality when it comes to some of these issues that are being done by the Biden administration when it comes to judges when it comes to reconciliation when it comes to these issues that, you know, if they just stick together, even at a 50 50 with a vice president of time, they can make major changes to policy in our country and we've already seen that. So you take away that ability in the Senate and then things get a lot tougher for Biden administration to put through because remember they're not putting things through because they're bipartisan. They're putting things through because they have the reconciliation. Option available to them, which allows them to have a majority in the House, which they're going to lose. So they won't have that anymore. But even if the first miracle was pulled off in the end the Democrats kept the house, they're not going to have the partnership in the Senate to if they can find all 50 senators staying together. Then they're not going to be able to, they could push things through that they normally wouldn't get to push through without that 50 50 split without the majority. It means that Republicans will control the agenda in the Senate and that means that anything from Supreme Court Justices to district court and circuit court. That train will stop. And you'll see a lot of that happening in a month of December coast. If Schumer loses majority, he'll do everything he possibly can to do as much damage as he can in December. Now,

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Robby Starbuck Unpacks the Censorship Efforts of the Biden DHS

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | Last month

Robby Starbuck Unpacks the Censorship Efforts of the Biden DHS

"Now is Robbie starbuck, great guy who should be in Congress and we'll see if we can get that done one day, but he has some really important commentary and information to share about the bombshell story, the media has ignored of the Department of Homeland Security leaks, Robbie joins us now. Robbie, welcome back to the program. Thanks for having me, Charlie. Good to see you. Robbie, for those in our audience that are not caught up to date to this story because there just got a lot of things going on. We've been so focused on the election, which is where we should be focused. Walk us through this story. Yeah, so I mean, it's pretty wild. This is honestly groundbreaking in many different ways in terms of the lines crossed by the U.S. government, but essentially Department of Homeland Security and State Department, both coordinated with a group called the EIP, which stands for the election integrity partnership. It's composed of four entities. Those four entities have been given over $12 million in grants by the Biden administration, including over 3 million specifically earmarked for going and fighting misinformation through the EIP and as a part of this whole project. The EIP created an enemy's list that includes you and me and about 20 other people on it. What's unique about this list is when they made this, I was an active candidate for federal office. So this would be the first time the U.S. government has essentially engaged in open censorship paying a group and outside group to go and get involved in a political race. I'm sure given all the abuses we've seen from the FBI and DoJ that this is stuff that may have been going on for a very long time without people knowing, but they did this in a very bold manner. And so we saw the story from the intercept this week that kind of furthered this showing the portals that DHS and other entities had access to and these portals would allow outsiders within the EIP and within governments to go and make specific requests to the social media companies.

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The rapper formerly known as Kanye West sees his fortunes fall over antisemitic remarks

AP News Radio

02:05 min | Last month

The rapper formerly known as Kanye West sees his fortunes fall over antisemitic remarks

"On this week's AP religion roundup The rapper formerly known as Kanye West ceases fortunes fall after anti semitic remarks Adidas has ended its partnership with the rapper Ye over his offensive and anti semitic remarks He's also suggested slavery was a choice and called the COVID-19 vaccine the mark of the beast The German sportswear company said Tuesday that it does not tolerate anti semitism and any other sort of hate speech The company called Ye's recent comments and actions unacceptable hateful and dangerous This went on way way too long And people would just waiting what their action was going to be Drew Kerr is an expert on corporate image management He says the developments put Adidas in a difficult spot The deal for that they've had since I would say that 2013 2014 with Yi has been an incredibly lucrative deal And so there was I'm sure that tug of war going on Adidas is just the latest company to end connections with Ye who has also been suspended from Twitter and Instagram a completed documentary about Kanye West has also been shelved And his talent agency also dropped him The amount of anti semitism that I've seen on our Twitter account our YouTube videos every time I open the tiny subreddits is just through the roof and very sad to see Chris Lambert is the co host of watching the throne which bills itself as the number one Kanye West podcast And it's like regardless of whether he's performing or not means it or not he's unleashed a wave of this stuff that people are buying into because he said it Lambert says that he wouldn't be surprised if Ye doesn't find a way to recover his career after this long series of setbacks There's definitely going to be opportunities for him to continue on It's just a matter of what that looks like what the continued fallout from that is And who the audience then becomes I'm Walter ratliff

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Adidas ends partnership with Ye over antisemitic remarks

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Adidas ends partnership with Ye over antisemitic remarks

"Adidas has cut ties with rapper Ye as Kanye West goes by now over his anti semitic remarks A marches are a letter with the latest Adidas says Ye's recent comments and actions have been unacceptable hateful and dangerous That's why Adidas is ending its partnership with Ye that includes immediately stopping production of its Ye products and stopping payments to Ye and his companies Adidas says it expects to lose up to $246 million as a result of the decision Ye was suspended from Twitter and Instagram this month for anti Jewish comments Talent agency CAA dropped Ye and the MRC studio is shelving a completed documentary about him Ye has struggled with bipolar disorder

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Andy Mangione: Fighting Elder Abuse for Conservative Seniors

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:29 min | Last month

Andy Mangione: Fighting Elder Abuse for Conservative Seniors

"You guys hearing reports? Why did you decide to launch the safeguarding effort? Well, if we're following the lead of the American constitutional rights union, they have been in the nursing homes with their bill of rights that they use in facilities across the country to spell out exactly what the rights are for residents of assisted living facilities, residents of nursing homes and residents of other senior living facilities. They've developed a robust website at center for vulnerable voters dot org that we've joined in partnership with them and we as amac are the leading voice for conservative seniors and we wanted to make sure that our members had what they needed to spot out voter elder voter abuse fraud in nursing homes as you know Todd many of our members have loved ones in these facilities. And what the ACR U has done is bring some fraud that they've discovered throughout the country to light and kind of expose the problem here. And they've developed wonderful assets, as I mentioned the Bill of Rights, the senior is actually the senior citizen voter Bill of rights. They've developed a guide for citizens and family members that want to protect the rights of vulnerable voters. They've developed HCR U boat fraud hotline. And we're going to be exposing our membership our 2.3 million members to these assets and to these resources so they can be very well prepared as we rolled into the midterms.

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"partnership" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

03:36 min | 10 months ago

"partnership" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"Have received this many, many, many times, like probably over a thousand times, and many different forms. But people are always curious about how Julie and I have been able to be married for 30 plus years, 31 this year. And to be able to work together in several different businesses. And so what we're going to be doing and what we did over the last week preparing for this is we wrote down almost 20 points about what we feel have been the key tenets of our marriage and our partnership and our business partnership and we're hoping that you guys will glean some value from these points we're about to make. Now, before we get to point number one, I'm going to Julie's going to share a little story that happened this morning when we were working out. And this goes to one of your roles joy. Make sure every time you leave the house, you always look nice. But I was glad that I bothered to put on makeup this morning. Because I ran into, we ran into none other than the Ricky Martin, who is known to be one of our at least part time neighbors here in Puerto Rico. And we've seen, I think I've met him sort of casually walking the dog two or three times, but never to the point of actually having a real conversation. We were both in the gym. He's working out, you know, he's got his ball cap on and his mask, but I kind of recognize him from previous and you know he's Ricky Martin, so he's hard to miss. But we bonded over our French bulldogs. Well, tell him. So this is the same little thing that when Julie and I are nervous about approaching somebody, and then we've done this many, many times and it really works. Is you find a picture on your phone and you will show them a picture of something that they'll immediately like. Obviously, you don't want to just jump up on them and shove your phone that sneak attacks. But so we know that Ricky has a French bulldog and so Julie found a picture of our French bulldog Macs and showed it to him and that was an immediate connection with him, which was pretty awesome. And I have to say when Julie and I first ran into Peter Schiff, who you guys hopefully will remember from our podcast and he's somebody I've been a great admirer since really 2007, 2008. I listened to Julie and I listened to his podcast every week when it comes out. And he has been a great prognosticator of what's going to happen as far as the economy and everything like that..

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"partnership" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

05:50 min | 10 months ago

"partnership" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"Have received this many, many, many times, like probably over a thousand times, and many different forms. But people are always curious about how Julie and I have been able to be married for 30 plus years, 31 this year. And to be able to work together in several different businesses. And so what we're going to be doing and what we did over the last week preparing for this is we wrote down almost 20 points about what we feel have been the key tenets of our marriage and our partnership and our business partnership and we're hoping that you guys will glean some value from these points we're about to make. Now, before we get to point number one, I'm going to Julie's going to share a little story that happened this morning when we were working out. And this goes to one of your roles joy. Make sure every time you leave the house, you always look nice. But I was glad that I bothered to put on makeup this morning. Because I ran into, we ran into none other than the Ricky Martin, who is known to be one of our at least part time neighbors here in Puerto Rico. And we've seen, I think I've met him sort of casually walking the dog two or three times, but never to the point of actually having a real conversation. We were both in the gym. He's working out, you know, he's got his ball cap on and his mask, but I kind of recognize him from previous and you know he's Ricky Martin, so he's hard to miss. But we bonded over our French bulldogs. Well, tell him. So this is the same little thing that when Julie and I are nervous about approaching somebody, and then we've done this many, many times and it really works. Is you find a picture on your phone and you will show them a picture of something that they'll immediately like. Obviously, you don't want to just jump up on them and shove your phone that sneak attacks. But so we know that Ricky has a French bulldog and so Julie found a picture of our French bulldog Macs and showed it to him and that was an immediate connection with him, which was pretty awesome. And I have to say when Julie and I first ran into Peter Schiff, who you guys hopefully will remember from our podcast and he's somebody I've been a great admirer since really 2007, 2008. I listened to Julie and I listened to his podcast every week when it comes out..

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"partnership" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"partnership" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"We've got some sports betting news but we're going to start with the stock of the day and that is a firm holdings the by and buy now pay later business. Affirm is teaming up with young ecommerce site called amazon dot com affirms going to be a checkout option for certain amazon customers in the united states. Starting on friday. This is four purchases of fifty dollars or more and then those customers can if they want split. Those purchases up into smaller monthly installments shares of affirm. As of this moment are up forty four percent. Today i guess my first question is is that how good this news is forty four percent or is at least some of what we're seeing i. I'm sure there are a bunch of things that go into a stock spiked like this. But ultimately that's where i start with this like. How good is this for a firm. Well i mean it is really. It's very important news. I mean this isn't something that results in immediate tangible financial impact right. I mean there is still okay. Show me that this actually is gonna work. Show me the money so to speak. But for a business in a firm which generated around seven hundred fifty million dollars essentially in revenue over the last twelve months. It's a big deal in part of the part of the concern with firming. There'd been a couple of things with a firm that if you know they've been worth worth discussing a little bit right. I mean we saw the recent acquisition with school with the square buying after pay to get that presence into the buy now pay later and that's what a firm is known for two right. Buy now pay later in. The criticism has been that it more or less is a feature in not necessarily a business on its own

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"partnership" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"partnership" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Orion can go to and elaine could go to as well but it doesn't have the life support systems in there. So they can support the crew there. There's fans some mixed the air but there's not scrubbing of the air or the full ecosystem For the crew. There we add the i have we add add into it and so we call the actually the overall sustained capability. When you wanna have this station. If you will that there's key Capabilities you want wanted to have that. Life support capability The arm the robotic arm externally deck and support crew outside or Without a crew to do your external maintenance or your utilization on it so that the external arm of the refueling capability a which also adds windows in there. So that's our viewing port. A few will give us some fantastic views of the moon abby from gateway absolutely in an will also add an airlock sukru airlock on their To gateway and so that really rounds out what. We call the stain capability of gateway. Okay so if we look at that time frame did all those pieces. It's about the twenty twenty eight timeframe that all of that will be complete. Got it so what excites you. Most then coming up. I mean that's that's a lot coming up in not too much time to build that we're talking about a lunar outpost and we're talking about building. A sustainable presence for regular moon missions human presence on the moon. That's what you're hoping to do. That's gotta be pretty exciting. Yeah it's pretty wild. You're yo- when i think about it. And one of the things that i like to do. And i have daughters sixteen and fourteen years old and we like to go out and see space station. Flyover right yeah. We can look at that and see it in the sky and anyone. That's twenty or younger now. Their entire life. Somebody has lived on the space station. You can see it so to me. I i kind of step back and realize there's gonna be a day may telescope but we'll see the same thing of a human outposts around the moon and it's not that far off we're talking about the four years.

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"partnership" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"partnership" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Did they want complete as well. That helps them in their corporate world. I mentioned mac sar in The bus the p. is both off of their bus so developments in near Particularly developments in propulsion that has applications later For them in a commercial industry and so we talk about partners. It means that it's not always fully nasa money invested in there. They put some skin in the game as well because they get the return at eden using their commercial industry afterwards. And so that too is. It's a little bit different and so what that means from us in a design is there's opportunities for influence in change if you will coming from our commercial partners so we have the nasa requirements. That really meet the international requirements of what does it take to build gateway because all of our gateway requirements or agreed by nasa. And our partners. You know this. This isn't a just a nasa gateway it really is the international partner gateway so it's our Agreements requirements across but then our commercial partners. They have avenues to invest opportunities within their that support goals that may be outside of gateway but it complements it and can help them as well and so. That's really where we see our commercial partnership come in for gateway and we'll have some that we've learned on. I s i s s r cargo resupply on an esa side is commercial. Now we contract commercially for those deliveries. That's exactly the model that we're using for gateway a. We awarded to spacex last year for the first Gateway logistics supply contract. So we won't own the module right. We're we're contracting for the delivery of hardware to gateway so very similar thing is happening there as we call a commercial partner with spacex for that cargo delivery. Yeah seems to be a pretty common model. Nowadays seems to be something that that really works. And i think that's where you see the progression of the industry. Yeah and so. There's the demand out there that sparks that so we see the multiple ones on iss. More in the perhaps we see the commercial market And it can sustain that in so we can contract for the delivery of cargo the design of the module the the the risks that they take air. That's kind of on their side. So you mentioned the first couple of phases of of gateway sounds like the for the p. Halo those first couple of things. Falcon heavy takes it into lunar orbit. You said then the orion and the sos is gonna take that. I have what are the phases here is that is that phase one and then as they're scalable opportunity opportunities from there to get to what you were talking about a little bit earlier thirty day. You know moon mission. Yeah so so. We kind of talk about in terms of initial capability initially capability so initial capability is at komen infested vehicle. It's it's p. and halo the gives you that initial way point if you will that orion can go to and elaine could go to as well but it doesn't have the life support systems in there. So they can support the crew there. There's fans mixed the air but there's not scrubbing of the air or the full ecosystem For the crew. There we add the i have we add. Add into it and so we call the actually the overall sustained capability. When you wanna have this station. If you will that there's key Capabilities you wanted to have that support capability The arm the robotic arm externally deck and support crew outside or Without a crew to do your external maintenance or your utilization on it so that the external arm of the refueling capability a which also adds windows in there. So that's our viewing port. A few will give us some fantastic views of the moon abby from gateway absolutely in an will also add an airlock sukru airlock on their To gateway and so that really rounds out what. We call the stain capability of gateway. Okay so if we look at that time frame did all those pieces. It's about the twenty twenty eight timeframe that all of that will be complete. Got it so what excites you. Most then coming up. I mean that's that's a lot coming up in not too much time so a bill that we're talking about a lunar outpost and we're talking about building. A sustainable presence for regular moon missions human presence on the moon. That's what you're hoping to do. That's gotta be pretty exciting. Yeah it's pretty wild. You're yo- when i think about it. And one of the things that i like to do. And i have daughters sixteen and fourteen years old and we like to go out and see space station. Flyover right yeah. We can look at that and see it in the sky and anyone. That's twenty or younger now. Their entire life. Somebody has lived on the space station. You can see it so to me. I i kind of step back and realize there's gonna be a day may telescope but we'll see the same thing of a human outposts around the moon and it's not that far off we're talking about the four years from now timeframe where we will have that out there and show where we're humanity has now gone and we've we've stretched the envelope to their. We've gone there before and come back. Kind of a little teaser. If you will to go out and kind of looked into frontier and say hey we can do this now. Let's come back and do it with the wagons. And make it sustainable. That's where we're going in. And so i think know when you have will have arguments to the first thing that we have a crew go out Around moon In orion but we go on and put the crew going to gateway that's really marking the next step in our permanent expansion of that human expiration capability. So i look at that and sometimes we kind of look back and say while at. That's really only a handful of years away. That's pretty amazing and also scares you. That's only a handful years away. Let's get to work. Do slat is. Awesome at sean. We talked a lot about the the partnerships to to build. Exactly this this this outpost in in lunar orbit and this exciting time. that's right at our doorstep. It's it's coming up real soon. Did i miss anything. Before i go ahead and let you go. Oh i just your appreciate. I think this really is taken us to that next step and and we see it. I'm always enthused. And you see the partnership. The other thing that impresses me is the world sees us in the expiration. I'm amazed when i travel around the world and go through the airport and see that people wearing t shirts with the nasa meatball on the stores that are selling lunar rovers or our astronauts and suits walking on a lunar surface. So it's really exciting to see that and it's awesome to be a part of it. We got a great team here in and around the agency a really pulling together and really around the world that makes it happen it and get that recognition in everybody around the world to come together to do it now. You really feel like hey. This is something that they were kind of locking arms. And we're gonna make this happen and really bring humanity to that next step in it's gonna be a great thing and doing that goshen and we'll have it as a leap pad to the next thing and a lot of exciting time in front of us. Yeah we're all standing by very eagerly to see what you and the international community do to to make this thing in the reality sean.

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"partnership" Discussed on NASACast Audio

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04:28 min | 1 year ago

"partnership" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Sr. We'll take a look at the requirements that will feed into the preliminary design of that module. Make again making sure that the flow down the requirements from the gateway level into that module that implementation is a flow through so each one of those are kind of at different stages along. We have some that it's hardware Being built And soon to be tested. We have software in development and actually being tested a different early levels. So that's offer being tested here. Jse and so as we take these many pieces to integrate them into the gateway. Each one is kind of a different stages. But it's always great when we can look and see the hardware now and you actually physically see it come together. There's a lot of graphics of what it will look like. But as you see the hardware in italy And also at palo alto and with max sar is developing a that. Some of the early testing of solar rays very similar with solar as it were about to upgrade on iss and so we see that hardware coming together. Yeah i actually should should mention that. We're talking about these international partners to to build this this outpost around the moon we should mention commercial is a part of it too and is that. How is that a little bit different from how we've done things in the past the absolute so so we talk about we have different partners and gateway yes. Summer international some commercial and so we have the commercial partners The maximum are an and northrop. Grumman with halo. What makes it a little. Different is their corporate investment. If you will in these modules so they have objectives it. Did they want complete as well. That helps them in their corporate world. I mentioned mac sar in The bus the p. is both off of their bus so developments in near Particularly developments in propulsion that has applications later For them in a commercial industry and so we talk about partners. It means that it's not always fully nasa money invested in there. They put some skin in the game as well because they get the return at eden using their commercial industry afterwards. And so that too is. It's a little bit different and so what that means from us in a design is there's opportunities for influence in change if you will coming from our commercial partners so we have the nasa requirements. That really meet the international requirements of what does it take to build gateway because all of our gateway requirements or agreed by nasa. And our partners. You know this. This isn't a just a nasa gateway it really is the international partner gateway so it's our Agreements requirements across but then our commercial partners. They have avenues to invest opportunities. A within their that support goals that may be outside of gateway but it complements it and can help them as well and so. That's really where we see our commercial partnership come in for gateway and we'll have some that we've learned on. I s i s s r r cargo resupply on an esa side is commercial now we contract commercially for those deliveries. That's exactly the model that we're using for gateway a. We awarded to spacex last year for the first Gateway logistics supply contract. So we won't own the module right. We're we're contracting for the delivery of hardware to gateway a very similar thing is happening there as we call a commercial partner with spacex for that cargo delivery. Yeah seems to be a pretty common model. Nowadays seems to be something that that really works. And i think that's where you see the progression of the industry..

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"partnership" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"partnership" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"They saw us an opportunity to stand up. provide that no another module that isa's providing called the the esprit it's a refueling module. It provides refueling for the p p Zine on propellant as well as the the by propellant for the chemical thrusters then actually was one is we were putting together gateway and looking at the different technical needs in there. There was a gap we needed. Additional some additional volume at the time in refueling capability in. So that wasn't one that did a partner Came in and said this is what we want to bring to the table. It was a need of the partnership and our european colleagues stood up and said. Hey we've got some some technologies in there. This is an area that we really want to expand upon so so we'll we'll we'll take this one and see see we can do and run with it and so it really is kind of a combination of all those that has made this This possible very cool. And that's really what it comes down to. You mentioned this before sean. Which was you know why why involve the international partners right and but you said it was taking that tax dollars taxpayer dollar as as far as you can and bringing everyone else along for the ride. What are the overall goals. Really of not only nasa. But what you've heard from working with our european colleagues are canadian. Colleagues are jackson colleagues. Where did you heard. Their goals are All that are all coming together. Maybe their individual goals and maybe there are shield shared goals across all of us. Yeah exactly and this really is a conglomeration of olive that each of them do have similar National goals a lot of them like we see a lot of interest on lunar surface. Lunar surface exploration What is that mean. How can they contribute to it. are jackson colleagues. They're working with their industry of looking. At rovers they have a strong desire for pressurize rovers into provide that for lunar surface expiration. A gateway is a method to get there Similar our european colleagues are looking at exploration and see that next step as a lunar surface. They have a lot of different ideas. in terms of what that would be how they could contribute to it. Of course you look at the lunar surface. It is not necessarily one small station if you will is a lot of opportunities there and so i would say i think each one of them is kind of looking in those realms. On lunar surface activities those activities may be technological advancements for their industry it may be scientific goals probably a combination of the two. But it's where they can meet the national goals that they have within this international framework as well and then i would say each one of them. We also kind of look on the horizon. If you will and say this is great. We want to kind of go expand to the to the lunar Cisl learner space to the lunar surface Oakland up to industries kind of see that expand near and in word we want to go beyond their will. That next horizon goal is mars and so each of us kind of has our own similar national goals. I think that that take us out there. But we see how it can fit within the framework Working together again. Each of us can help enable our national goals as well and so actually early on in a gateway development. we had At a time listed out each of the national goals and kind of drew circles of how they all stitched together and how this supports all of it to achieve that. Very cool all right. So so you throw out a couple of dates or earlier in the podcast wanted to kind of gauge. Where we are now and what we have left to do to get to some of those dates so let's start with where we are now in terms of middle of twenty twenty one okay. Well we're we're. We're making a lot of progress right now and each one because it's an assembly sequences a little difference we talk about some of those okay The pp built by max czar. It's actually a derivative of a satellite bus. It they have already and so. There's there's changes to support the gateway. Certainly i it's more power more control of than they typically have on a satellite bus. Lose enhancements in there but it's it's kind of a well understood Design with these enhancements and so they kind of have that wrapped up into their overall commercial development with the halo that that's a pressurized module. Northrop grumman czar contractor for it the primary structure for the halo. They're using an outfit front in italy called pasi. Tell us linear space. Italy happens to be also the the entity that builds sickness pressurized modules for isis and has a lot of experience of other pressurized modules on iss. They are building those elements today. Others several of pressurized sections that had been completed in toronto italy They'll get into to molding them together. an and shipping them to northrop grumman for the final outfitting and integrating so so in that aspect that has hardware being built. If i move onto the next module the i have Actually last week. I was in europe for the preliminary design review of that module of the. I have so we were going through the detail design. requirements the flow down making sure that the module of the design of it the preliminary design was completing the objectives with the right engineering margins on air and completing it within the scope of an integrated gateway. Because its not its own standalone module pulls power for example From from the gateway power bus and so are we maintaining it within those margins. It's going to be delivered. Esl lesson orion on we call a co manifested payloads would a launch on top of us rocket Orion after they They get into orbit will turn around and attach to. I have an an tug it out to gateway to plug it into gateway if you will and so looking at is the mass the launch mass. How does prepare to the capabilities of the sos. Rockets are going through that design phase of it they will begin some of the very early manufacturing of i have on the fall of this year at the same place actually terrain italy with tozzi. So we have some commonality that as it turns out has has been through there with tozzi nelson later elements the refueling module. It's early requirement phase. And so later this year will have assistance requirement. Review our sr. We'll take a look at the requirements that will feed into the preliminary design of that module. Make again making sure that the flow down the requirements from the gateway level into that module that implementation is a flow through so each one of those are kind of at different stages along. We have some that it's hardware Being built And soon to be tested. We have software in development and actually being tested a different early levels. So that's offer being tested here. Jse and so as we take these many pieces to integrate them into the gateway. Each one is kind of a different stages. But it's always great when we can look and see the hardware now and you actually physically see it come together. There's a lot of graphics of what it will look like. But as you see the hardware in italy And also at palo alto and with max sar is developing a that. Some of the early testing of solar rays very similar with solar as it were about to upgrade on iss and so we see that hardware coming together. Yeah i actually should should mention that. We're talking about these international partners to to build this this outpost around the moon we should mention commercial is a part of it too and is that. How is that a little bit different from how we've done things in the past the absolute so so we talk about we have different partners and gateway yes. Summer international some commercial partners and so we have the commercial partners The are an and northrop grumman with halo. What makes it a little. Different is their corporate investment. If you will in these modules so they have objectives it..

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"partnership" Discussed on NASACast Audio

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04:51 min | 1 year ago

"partnership" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Their goals are All that are all coming together. Maybe their individual goals and maybe there are shield shared goals across all of us. Yeah exactly and this really is a conglomeration of olive that each of them do have similar National goals a lot of them like we see a lot of interest on lunar surface. Lunar surface exploration What is that mean. How can they contribute to it. are jackson colleagues. They're working with their industry of looking. At rovers they have a strong desire for pressurize rovers into provide that for lunar surface expiration. A gateway is a method to get there Similar our european colleagues are looking at exploration and see that next step as a lunar surface. They have a lot of different ideas. in terms of what that would be how they could contribute to it. Of course you look at the lunar surface. It is not necessarily one small station if you will is a lot of opportunities there and so i would say i think each one of them is kind of looking in those realms. On lunar surface activities those activities may be technological advancements for their industry it may be scientific goals probably a combination of the two. But it's where they can meet the national goals that they have within this international framework as well and then i would say each one of them. We also kind of look on the horizon. If you will and say this is great we want to kind of go expand to the to the lunar Cisl learner space to the lunar surface Open up the industry's kind of see that expand near and in word we want to go beyond their will. That next horizon goal is mars and so each of us kind of has our own similar national goals. I think that that take us out there. But we see how it can fit within the framework Working together again. Each of us can help enable our national goals and so actually early on in a gateway development we had At a time listed out each of the national goals and kind of drew circles of how they all stitched together and how this supports all.

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04:44 min | 1 year ago

"partnership" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"With the systems inside of it for control system a life support system that will really be the hub of for life support and for the crew. It's gonna let us expand. Our mission durations are early flights without i am will rely on orion a life support system so it has a limited time frame. You can only fit so much ryan. So the i have will have additional life support capabilities that coupled with logistics will really let us expand our time in an r. h. o. In the orbit around the moon Or on the lunar surface. We look at thirty sixty day missions now given the resupply capabilities capabilities in. I am So that's really yeah. This is It sounds like this is It's an international partnership in part of the part of the pitch on how everybody contribute is. We can expand this. This is part of artists as a whole as a sustainable program so building it from very short. The short duration missions now adding this capability to gateway. Now you can explore for longer. You can explore interesting parts of the moon. It sounds like this is gateway is sort of the way to build artists To be sustainable program absolutely i kind of call it the focal point where you kind of build off from there could be you know you go off to the two lunar surface you expand from beyond near but at the hub gateway we can you can call us everything to go off and do those additional missions out of there cool so when you e- talked about the different ways that international partners are contributing. I wonder i wonder how you tackle that Rick is right when the beginning of our talk. We we talked about how you were starting to build these these partnerships. I wonder. I wonder what that was like traveling to the different respective agencies and saying hey we want you to contribute and maybe i don't know if you said here's the way you can contribute or if they came to you with ideas how our day it was kind of a combination of the two. Okay so if we look at each of our partners you look at an and our canadian colleagues have a fantastic history of the robotic arm the first on a shuttle candidate to on iss and so they said. Hey we've got an expertise here. There's a need for an a external robotics on gateway and so we'd like to be the one that does that and so that's exactly what they're doing they have contracts now and and working to that. They'll fly the arm with the logistics vehicle. Twenty twenty six. It's gonna let us do things just like we do on iss today outside of gateway without the nita accrue to take a spacewalk lot of consumables time use in that we can do it from the ground with an arm. Which is what we'll do gateway that's great and so from a candidate standpoint. They kind of came in. It's a hey here's what we wanna do hers how we can fit in it. This is our expertise we can deliver this awesome for my european colleagues somewhat similar. They're looking to expand beyond the technology and columbus into really look at a module. That's more of a main core module if you will four for gateway in the integration with the net to and so so they have this i described the i have but also i would say different and evolution is..

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Houston We Have a Podcast

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"partnership" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"The p p. For gateways gonna use an electric thruster Vance electric propulsion system for gateways translation. Maneuvers and so this is a whole new realm especially the size some smaller satellites. You use it on a much smaller scale but we're scaling up St md and our colleagues are working with With aerojet developing a larger engine. That's going to provide that capability for us and so we have a new technology in her to lincoln. Infuses new technology for us so it kind of builds the p and in the next element is called halo habitation and logistics outpost. That's the first habitable volume if you will offer gateway so it's it's a small volume of the modules are a bit smaller than they are on iss but it gives that initial capability as a place for the crew To to initially come into and so those two modules actually the p p in the halo with some enhanced capabilities that we have now launch vehicles. Were building those. Were going to integrate those on the ground and launch them as we call a co manifested vehicle so one falcon heavy launch in november of twenty twenty four will launch those and they will spend using this ion thruster to spiral out as we say to the orbit so it's gonna take about ten months to launch it into an earth orbit but he uses electric propulsion slowly spiral out to get to its orbit around the moon in about ten months later and so that kind of creates our core piece of it and i should say coupled with that from the very beginning we have our international partners along the way as well Within their the there is a a com system on halo a high rate com system. That'll be used as a relay For items on lunar surface in so that rpm colleagues are provided in their Our canadian colleagues are going to build an arm. I'll talk about that in a few minutes. But but arm arm interface so location to put external payloads or Utilities on we're gonna fly that up and in fact we're gonna fly with some payloads A nasa payload in an isa sponsored payload on that first vehicle so we're going to start some utilization realm that we haven't seen before on that very first flight out and our jackson colleagues are providing the energy storage or the battery system within halo. So we start as a partnership from the very beginning in en- gateway when we launched the first piece of it in november of twenty four now after that there's a couple more elements that that And up to make the assembly complete Gateway if you will and so after our initial flight. is a cadence of about every year after that of additional flights and so the next one will be referred to as the international habitat or the i have a it's a european provided module with a lot of Our jackson colleagues japanese colleagues with the systems inside of it for control system a life support system that will really be the hub of for life support and for the crew. It's gonna let us expand. Our mission durations are early flights without i am will rely on orion a life support system so it has a limited time frame. You can only fit so much ryan. So the i have will have additional life support capabilities that coupled with logistics will really let us expand our time in an r. h. o. In the orbit around the moon or on the lunar surface. We look at thirty sixty day missions now given the resupply capabilities capabilities in. I am So that's really yeah. This is It sounds like this is It's an international partnership in part of the part of the pitch on how everybody contribute is. We can expand this. This is part of artists as a whole as a sustainable program so building it from very short. The short duration missions now adding this capability to gateway. Now you can explore for longer. You can explore interesting parts of the moon. It sounds like this is gateway is sort of the way to build artists To be sustainable program absolutely i kind of call it the focal point where you kind of build off from there could be you know you go off to the two lunar surface you expand from beyond near but at the hub gateway we can you can call us everything to go off and do those additional missions out of there cool so When you talked about the different ways that international partners are contributing. I wonder i wonder how you tackle that Rick is right when the beginning of our talk. We we talked about how you were starting to build these these partnerships. I wonder. I wonder what that was like traveling to the different respective agencies and saying hey we want you to contribute and maybe i don't know if you said here's the way you can contribute or if they came to you with ideas how our day it was kind of a combination of the two. Okay so if we look at each of our partners you look at an and our canadian colleagues. Have a fantastic history of the robotic arm. The first arm on a shuttle Candidate to on iss and so they said hey. We've got an expertise here. There's a need for an a external robotics on gateway and so we'd like to be the one that does that and so that's exactly what they're doing they have contracts now and and working to that. They'll fly the arm with the logistics vehicle. Twenty twenty six. It's gonna let us do things just like we do on. Iss today outside of gateway without the need of accrue to take a spacewalk. Lot of consumables time use in that. We can do it from the ground with an arm. Which is what we'll do gateway that's great and so from a candidate point. They kind of came in. It's a hey here's what we wanna do hers how we can fit in it. This is our expertise we can deliver this awesome for my european colleagues somewhat similar. They're looking to expand beyond the technology and columbus into really look at a module. That's more of a main core module if you will four for gateway in the integration with the net to and so so they have this i described the i have but also i would say different and evolution is. They are integrating our japanese colleagues contributions within their so the life support system the thermal control system i in iss nassau's the integrator and gateway nasty overall integrator. But with i have isa is the integrator of that module and so they..

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"partnership" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"partnership" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Give them a test run and then go out to farther destinations. So we talked about it his gateway and a lot of folks kind of equate it to if we look at the the us and the gateway city saint louis and and it was a stepping point going out to the west it was the gateway to the west well. Our gateway station is gateway for that exploration as well. And that's really. Sounds like sean. This is the pitch when you were going to the international partners. And you're saying this is the next step we all like. As these different nations w- our next step is further exploration. This is it. We want you to come with us. Absolutely you know. Each one of them went to go beyond right. We all have our ambitious goals. Yeah but one of the great things about partnerships to is why you may have the strong desires you know like we say after his not enough bucks not buck rogers well and here we can take and pull the resources of everybody. We can all accomplish goals whereas doing it individually may not have the resources to do it so again. We take the partnership loudest ranks. All of us have learned a tremendous amount of through iss through i s s experiences. We can expand that now to this new environment. So it is different than low-earth-orbit It's a next step. I wouldn't say it's a giant step up but it's a nextstep net evolution evolutionary so we build upon a lot of our experiences hardware operations and i s do those in the lunar orbit and canal expand our capabilities and again in it allows that opportunities for all of us. If i look at the individual partners you can surmise it. Perhaps not everyone would have the the national capabilities Either resources are technically to do those as an individual so we worked together it really enables it for all of us an it benefits all of us to nasa's investment overall is a bit less it. Lets us stretch that tax dollar further just like our other countries can do as well mary call. So what does that look like. Then if i'm if i'm going to gateway it's an international outpost around the moon. What are all the different components absolutely. It's so gateways a little different than s we draw those comparisons a lot. But i would tell you. Overall it's about a quarter the size at the end of iss The first couple of elements were actually bending metal as we say now producing at hardware. There's a power and propulsion element that provides just as name says a power and propulsion of for gateway although it has a technical. Technological enhancements are too We used chemical prop on iss To do our translation burns to move the station or to control its attitude. The p p. For gateways gonna use an electric thruster Vance electric propulsion system for gateways translation. Maneuvers and so this is a whole new realm especially the size some smaller satellites..

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"partnership" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"partnership" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"About eighty pages. Because we've got all this background behind us and we are one integrated eighteen now around the world we came as separate teams and in kinda had to figure out how to make that all work and work together and we're very successful at that through that progression. The twenty years starting with the crew and three crew and through the time when the shuttle was down and down to two crew a lot of different ebbs and flows now to the the six and more crew on iss. We've progressed partnership our interactions and working together How're complementing each other. You see a lot of it in a research That one does it benefits the other or joint research really taking it into the gateway which is even more integrated we have that at tremendous foundation from iss and we can build upon them. And i think that's really been some of the keys to gateway in it's it's early successes and the rapid pace because we do have that foundation of background Amongst us outlay as i look across our partners for gateway others a lot of familiar faces from iss transition now into the gateway work. Well that's how you started right so last time. Remember talking to you this was. This is the san francisco thing this was when you were still part of the international space station program gateway was just spinning up. They they were a program they were getting built from the ground up but what was nice as exactly the the narrative that you're saying is we have so much information to pull from with so many relationships to pull from from international space station. You were helping them out from the space station side. So what was that like on the space station side starting that up and saying hey can help you guys absolutely and so. Interestingly i would say from from an international partnership standpoint the infancy of gateway and it wasn't gateway at the time but the infancy of. What are we going to do with the partnership. What's our next expansion beyond low-earth-orbit s really began in about two thousand fourteen. The partnership kinda came together and in at that point we've had six crew or assembly complete space station soon. Great doing a lot of research we got the vehicles coming and going in a partners are now looking all of us okay. What's the next step for human expiration beyond iss in so we kinda started as partners Looking in our national goals of each of us and how do titles together Two goals into the future. And so we started that early in twenty fourteen twenty fifteen timeframe kind of starting that formulation. At what does that look like. You know if we look at each different agency. There were goals on the lunar surface. There were goals to go to mars. There were goals for asteroids. How do we stitch those things together with our capabilities and so we had something. It had many different names back in a time. Way point deep-space gateway the kennedy said. Hey there there's probably a good synergy of a base if you will beyond the orbit away from from the gravity of earth is stepping Point they can go to the lunar surface if that's what a goal is or go to mars if that's what the goal is and so we kinda started that net early formulation in so that's kind of where i came in After i was the director in moscow for four years and came back and it was asset. Okay take this partnership in. Let's let's kinda can gel those ideas goals and step at forward whereas we had with anna's well looking at what's nastase next steps. ancillary kind of two separate things that had similar goals. And and where. I came in this kind of merging those together both the nasa one and taken the international partner one. Now i'll tell you one of the things that i've learned in so recently we did the us for gateway which are agreements with apartments formal agreements between not nasa. A lot of people think it's nasa and wellness executes it it's really the us government and the governments With our partners. So it's a commitment of the government but one of the things that we learned in a lot of thanks to our our Our predecessors and s iss is when they did those agreements in iss in the ninety seven time frame they foresaw that there may be an evolution of us and so actually is agreements said. Hey there's a capability of the partners to evolve. iss to go beyond. We don't know what that is. But to go beyond for this partnership. And so when i came into going gonna take all those pieces together to stitch it into the international partnership that is gateway today. Very cool now. Let's build off of that you talked about. Everybody had this idea and it is even written into the agreements of early international space station. That hey we can. We can take this a step further and continue working together on whatever else is next just happens to be gateway so tell me about that. What is the gateway. What did we come together. And this so so gate where that's really a stepping-stone as a location that helps support the aggregation and sustainability of going to the lunar surface. And so if we look back in the apollo era right we launched a saturn five and it was one rocket that carried the three crew out to lunar orbit and in two down to the surface for apollo. Seventeen was three days. Sue is three days on the surface. A lot of energy spent to do that and to go out and laying on a surface can do a couple of days and income back home gateway or any outpost gateway gives you a stepping-stone so we can bring the crew there but we also have landers that can there and stay there and sit on the crew comes into this gateway that's orbiting around the moon They they come in. They can operate we can do research and and a completely different environment on gateway but then when you put some of the crew into a lander as well to go down to the surface of the moon and in gateway in any arguments program. They'll be spending intervals of six days. Ish on the surface of the moon given our orbits longer duration air. We don't have to haul everything to lunar surface and back every time we have a staging point. We can fly logistics up and cargo vehicles. It will do to gateway before the crew gets there and so we can really capitalize on all that. Make it as we call it sustainable. And so the the asset element of a lander Can come back and stay at gateway or saying lunar orbit and be reused a future multiple times and so that really helps us bill a much more sustainable a lunar exploration enterprise for it and then as we look ahead bets new environment. It's outside of the van allen belts or radiation environments different. It can also be a stepping stone to going off to places such as mars as well. An aggregation point do we get out beyond earth. Put the pieces together. Give them a test run and then go out to farther destinations. So we talked about it his gateway and a lot of folks kind of equate it to if we look at the the us and the gateway city saint louis and and it was a stepping point going out to the west it was the gateway to the west well. Our gateway station is gateway for that exploration as well. And that's really. Sounds like sean. This is the pitch when you were going to the international partners. And you're saying this is the next step we all like. As these different nations w- our next step is further exploration. This is it. We want you to come with us. Absolutely you know. Each one of them went to go beyond right. We all have our ambitious goals. Yeah but one of the great things about partnerships to is why you may have the strong desires you know like we say after his not enough bucks not buck rogers well and here we can take and pull the resources of everybody. We can all accomplish goals whereas doing it individually may not have the resources to do it so again. We take the partnership loudest ranks. All of us have learned a tremendous amount of through iss through isis experiences. We can expand that now to this new environment. So it is different than low-earth-orbit. It's a next step. I wouldn't say it's a giant step up but it's a next step in that evolution here. So we build upon a lot of our experiences hardware operations and i s do those in the lunar orbit and canal expand our capabilities and again in it allows that opportunities for all of us. If i look at the individual partners you can surmise it. Perhaps not everyone would have the the national capabilities Either resources are technically to do those as an individual so we worked together it really enables it for all of us an it benefits all of us to nasa's investment overall is a bit less it. Lets us stretch that tax dollar further just like our other countries can do as well mary call. So what does that look like. Then if i'm if i'm going to gateway it's an international outpost around the moon. What are all the different components absolutely. It's so gateways a little different than s we draw those comparisons a lot. But i would tell you. Overall it's about a quarter the size at the end of iss The first couple of elements were actually bending metal as we say now producing at hardware. There's a power and propulsion element that provides just as name says a power and propulsion of for gateway although it has a technical. Technological enhancements are too We used chemical prop on iss To do our translation burns to move the station or to control its attitude..

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"partnership" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"partnership" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"We'd had a lot of experience and shuttle but this different timeframe right couple weeks worth first month's works so i got involved with that and i still remember my trip to to. Moscow was in the summer of ninety seven and standing in red square. Kind of pension. Myself thinking golly you know a a year ago year and a half ago i was in school and never would a draft. I'd be here much less working on space program which had always wanted to do and really kind of a no sue things together and so that really kind of set me off in it. You always work in. Like i said at that point helping the early planning For space station developing Those mission plans but then working with our counterparts in russian really kind of learning from the two of them to help integrated into something that could Be the best for all of us so so kind of got certain at. I guess you could say that. Got bitten by the bug if you will with it and so I i continued with that. An anti gun into the iss program Early on and setting up the houston support group In moscow and really kind of bringing together our teams as we worked together For their first mission. I was the lead for expedition. One for shep and sergei yuri early on There with assess and so took it from that and then Built on those experiences came back from doing that. That first part and jumped into working with our european japanese colleagues as they get ready to fly columbus and The the gem on iss and so started building up those relationships and end starting to formulate the operations interfaces. How we're going to work together and really kind of get those from the ground up. So i had the benefit of starting at the infancy of isis and kind of seeing that it was well beyond the development phase. Which is what. I'm in now. Learning a lot there. But in the early operations phase in building that up into i s s and really kind of branching out from there. So it's been a great experience. You know what. I now take a step and look back and say i can see how these dominoes kind of fit together at the time. You're just having fun and really enjoying what you're doing now. You kind of see how things fit together and lead to where you're at today. Unbelievable i mean starting from the beginning. No what what's what's cool about your experiences you're talking about. You're talking about the inception of what became one of the most recognizable recognizable international partnerships. That we have today. And you've seen that right so you said you were there at the beginning and you've seen that progress into something. Tell me about that progression. From from your time of making it all come together from you said the operational side of things all these different countries working together to building something that is a sustainable international partnership everybody working together day by day to make international space station operations twenty years continuous. Yeah absolutely and so. If you look back that we we kinda came in each had our own individual paths into space. They were forgotten how to work them together. So if we go back to the early days of isis's almost had two parallel pieces. And how do we force those two things together to work together. We have our own ideas. And and as i would tell people because something is different. Doesn't make it wrong so we got to figure out how to how to get those to work together will over the twenty years now of operation on iss..

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"partnership" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"partnership" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"Orbiting platform around the moon. We discussed the background and progress that support gateway so far. So let's get right into it. Joy county kid john fuller. Thanks for coming on the podcast today. Thanks great to be here. It's been awhile since we last saw each other has been. I think it's a san francisco the steps because extensive prices around the world. That's right isn't that weird that those are the two last displaces we can think about it. But it's it's kinda of cool. This is our first podcast that were recording in back in the studio with with guest. So this is this is pretty special for me It's great to have you here want to talk about gateway partnerships. This is awesome because What we're gonna be talking about here is a lot of your history in the national space station program. How that experience kind. Pave the way to what you're doing now want to start back here though. Let's start with your international space station experience. Because i think setting that context is going to really help us to tell. This story told me about some of your history with nasa. Yeah i was actually very fortunate. I graduated in ninety six remember riddle. And by the time i graduated i knew in my first job was and it brought me here to houston so i've actually been here. Jse since the summer of ninety six so a lot lot of history in there. But i started out in the space station program as a mission planner before even launched so some of the early days of planning for space station and then quickly got involved into phase. One mir program that was flying at that time so taking some lessons learned. I learned about this thing called phase one that was getting us ready for face to which was initial i s and so taking those lessons learned onto that phase one and bridging it into i s and so really kinda got started very early on in my career here with that in at the time od the operations directorate. A working in those different areas. And then send just really been bridging. The technical end and some of the programmatic pieces with international partners Since os days. Yes so. Tell me about that. When you're you're tying actually Getting to work with some other countries. Yeah so why started. I started in ninety six. I heard about this thing called phase one And i got to talking to my boss and said hey. I think we should be learning on this as we get ready for face to so we had a the life sciences organization. It was doing a lot of the nasa mirror. And so i kinda got involved with that early on there a working with a russian counterparts. We knew that that was the first parts of iss. They obviously had a long experience and space stations and working with cruise. We'd had a lot of experience and shuttle but this different timeframe right couple weeks worth first month's works so i got involved with that and i still remember my trip to to. Moscow was in the summer of ninety seven and standing in red square kind of pension. Myself thinking gala. You know a a year ago year and a half ago. I was in school and never would a draft. I'd be here much less working on space program which had always wanted to do and really kind of a no sue things together and so that really kind of set me off in it. You always work in. Like i said at that point helping the early planning For space station developing Those mission plans but then working with our counterparts in russian really kind of learning from the two of them to help integrated into something that could Be the best for all of us so so kind of got certain at. I guess you could say that. Get bitten by the bug if you will with it and so I i continued with that. An anti gun into the iss program Early on and setting up the houston support group In moscow and really kind of bringing together our teams as we worked together For their first mission. I was the the lead for expedition one for shep and sergei Early on There with high assess and so took it from that and then Built on those experiences came back from doing that. That first part and jumped into working with our european japanese colleagues as they get ready to fly columbus and The the gem on iss and so started building up those relationships and end starting to formulate the operations interfaces. How we're going to work together and really kind of get those from the ground up. So i had the benefit of starting at the infancy of isis and kind of seeing that it was well beyond the development phase. Which is what. I'm in now. Learning a lot there. But in the early operations phase in building that up into i s s and really kind of branching out from there. So it's been a great experience. You know what. I now take a step and look back and say i can see how these dominoes kind of fit together with the time. You're just having fun and really enjoying what you're doing now. You kind of see how things fit together and lead to where you're at today. Unbelievable i mean starting from the beginning. No what what's what's cool about your experiences you're talking about. You're talking about the inception of what became one of the most recognizable recognizable international partnerships. That we have today. And you've seen that right so you said you were there at the beginning and you've seen that progress into something. Tell me about that progression. From from your time of making it all come together from you said the operational side of things all these different countries working together to building something that is a sustainable international partnership everybody working together day by day to make international space station operations twenty years continuous. Yeah absolutely and so. If you look back that we kinda came in each had our own individual paths into space. They were forgotten how to work them together. So if we go back to the early days of isis's almost had two parallel pieces. And how do we force those two things together to work together. We have our own ideas. And and as i would tell people because something is different. Doesn't make it wrong so we got to figure out how to how to get those to work together will over the twenty years now of operation on iss. It's kind of like where we can complete each other's sentences this point you really learn a lot working from each other and you grow from each other each have different experiences of the come in you know we look at it and in on i s we call it dissimilar redundancy things that are done on the russian segment that are different than how they're done on the us ignat but that saved our bacon more than once on each side because there is differences in there. And so i tell you his early on. You're you're gonna how to take these pieces at already done and get him to fit and work together. Now if i fast forward into the gateway world overtaking partnership now to the next step we've learned a lot of things and we could really as we say hit the ground running with gateway we have the establish relationship with our partners. We know how to do. The interfaces in our interactions whereas an is us there's a document nine volumes. Actually the interface between programs called the espn. We needed that because we hadn't worked with each other before so we kind of put down a lot of processes and procedures. And how we're gonna do things Formulating and executing it in gateway. We just did our gateway equivalent to it. That's.

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"partnership" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"partnership" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Scientists engineers astronauts also. Let you know what's going on in the world of human spaceflight over the years. The international space station has orbited proudly as a beacon of international cooperation. Fifteen partner nations came together to build and operate and orbiting complex that's hosted experiments and astronauts from even more nations. It's cooperative model has proven successful enough to lay the foundation for a new orbiting platform in space called the gateway gateway though will find its place in orbit around the moon as part of nasa's artemis program to help establish a sustained human presence on and around the mood this decade. And we're not going alone building. The international space station program working with international partners and commercial industry to help achieve this goal. I got a chance to chat with sean fuller. International partner manager for the gateway program about how he's pulling from his decades of experience in the international space station program to build this international or a platform around the moon. We discussed the background and progress that support gateway so far. So let's get right into it. Joy county kid john.

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"partnership" Discussed on Dadpreneur - Business & Digital Marketing Talk

Dadpreneur - Business & Digital Marketing Talk

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"partnership" Discussed on Dadpreneur - Business & Digital Marketing Talk

"Hey happy friday. Everybody this is alex. Oliveira the host of the doctrine. Or podcast. coming to you three days a week with the short bonus episodes of what's new in the world of digital marketing and lead generation. Today i wanna talk to you guys about the partnership that was announced between google and shop. Affi- it's a really good partnership for those one point seven million merchants that are currently using a shop fi as their e commerce platform. We've set up lots of shopping websites over the years. And it's my favorite content management system when it comes to e commerce and selling products online so the integration between google search and all their other services and a shop. Affi- is basically. You're going to allow merchants to sign up. Just in a few clicks to have their products of peer across google's one billion shopping journeys and those are shopping journeys that take place every day on youtube on google maps google search and so forth right super important. We've sat up. Ppc campaigns in the past and then gone to pay per click campaigns on google ads. And then have to go to google shopping which is a different google product and then set up all the skews right all the different skews with the description. The name the image price. It's a lot of work to do it even when you do it in bulk. It's a lot of work to do. So the fact that if you have products on your shop of five website coming soon it's not up yet but as soon as they have it up it's going to be as easy as one. Click a few clicks and boom your entire inventory. All your skews are going to appear on google shopping. Why is that important. Well it presents a great opportunity. As it pertains to seo search engine optimization search engine optimization is how you get found on the higher searches right. Visibility is very important. Everybody wants to get to position. Zero where page one of google because most of us don't go past page one on google right. It said that often said by. Seo's that If you wanna find a dead body go to page two of a google search and it's true most of us don't go to page two whatever you find in page one. That's that's we're going to interact with or research to buy your product or service so for ecommerce. It's really big. Because people are looking for products using google search and often times. They're actually ending up on amazon amazon years ago surpassed google shopping when it came to shopping searches. Google dominates Search itself but shopping searches is dominated by amazon and amazon recently had also announced that they were increasing their investment in the advertising business. And so you know google they. They have to step up their game and and really help. Those businesses like the merchants who are not going to set up a google pay per click campaign right but if they have their products from that that is showing up in the shopping. Search right organically. That may get them thinking. Hey i'm generating traffic from google shopping. Maybe i should open up. Google ads account and start to advertise some of my products. Because it's already there and shopping right so it's a really good opportunity for those of you. Who are on the in the ecommerce business. And so this was a news that the google announced their google. I o developer campaign earlier this week. In at the event google called it the shopping graph which basically begins to pull together the information from your website. A price reviews video product data that that would basically get pulled directly from all the brands in you know websites where you have your products listed on not only your website but other websites as well and then it'll just basically inform the person searching for that product right shopping and it just should help your organic traffic in a really big way and there's no cost to doing this right. The shopping graph. It's going to run across all google's platforms including youtube which is pretty big because when people are trying to buy products one of the first places they go to typically if it's especially if it's an electronic or functional type product they go to youtube bryant select take the example that tech crunch gave you know if you if you view a screenshot of a google product. In google photos. There would be a suggestion to search the photo using google lens which is another product. And then you would find the item for sale and that would presumably be your item so if you had a a shop five website and you set up google shopping. Your product could show up in someone. Who's in someone's feed. Who's using google lens or youtube or google photos so it's pretty I think a pretty good opportunity for small businesses and I think it's going to help. Businesses and of course you know google thinking abou- tiktok and facebook all the other platforms. Who are competing with them. I mean i talked about it earlier last week about google shorts. I mean youtube shorts. You know so. They're upping that game to showing videos in a stories format to compete with graham tiktok. What the guys at google was they were saying about the shopping graph in order for to really work consumers they. They're going to need to actually find the information useful which is partly why. Google made the the Feature free for merchants to sell products across google last year. Right and so. According to damage roving eighty percent increase to in merchants on google with the vast majority of that being small to medium businesses. So the partnership between shop in them. I know i've said it a few times. But i really think it's a. It's a big benefit to small businesses. That are finding that media has become harder and harder to sell your products online right so check it out. It should be coming out later this year. Like every other product that they release it kind of comes out in beta and then different accounts are eligible for the feature but even if they don't launch it in your market or something like that you should definitely if you're selling products online you have an ecommerce Business you should definitely look into google shopping on. Its own so that you can post your products through there. That's going to help the traffic. Seo visibility that's it for the data podcast with alex. All of their likely to leave us a review. If you have questions email us at listener dodd preneurs dot co. You may also visit dad. Poor dot co for free resources. That's it for the dot. Podcast with alex. Olivera like what you heard. Leave us a review. If you have questions email us at listener at dot per noor dot co you may also visit dad. Poor dot co for free resources..

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"partnership" Discussed on Casual Fridays REI

Casual Fridays REI

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"partnership" Discussed on Casual Fridays REI

"I don't want to be marriage thing but up front is like hey we don't plan on getting divorced but let's settle this upfront. Just in case we do. I don't plan on getting into a car wreck. But i got auto insurance. This the pre-nup limit lay pre-nup out for you know it into so you you hit on a couple of things there and i think they're important conversations a lot of times when we start a business we are looking around at our friends and family looking for somebody to give a little validation. Be probably give us a resource that relaxing i. A lot of time is money and does that money. Turn into be something more expensive in the long run going. Let's get. I don't i don't wanna bring a marriage anymore. I know you're not but just because listen. I know we've been fast. That what i was going to go into my next okay. You back into it. Yeah yeah because i didn't want to In be any question about it. Okay when you're in a business related everybody's starts off such grand tensions right. Yeah but things can drastically changed over the years and years. Like and i'll use me for example i have a business partner plum and there's no deny we put in money together out off the bat right now if i if i did need him or didn't need him. The money's really expensive because he doesn't he doesn't provide any operating part to he's a silent partner in it But there should be a point like we we've had those conversations is like. Hey man i feel like you know appreciate you keep working money. Let's talk about the exit. What that looks like. And that's a good conversation to have a healthy conversation hat but if you went into a business you're trying to pitch it to your friend. Hey you know for two years. I'm going to be in this. And then i'm going to buy you out. It's a nerve wracking conversation if you've never talked about it. I don't know it's just my personality or whatnot but if someone said that to me framed that way at least i'd be okay. Two years yeah. Perfect seems right to your exit. You know we might lose everything. Lose all your money. You're you're the you're the finance guy and that's an and so those are those are a couple of things and we're working on a partnership right now that we've got seven investors in and it's a it's a really big deal i'm not gonna share everything yet because we're just contract until it gets going and and moving through it but it's a it's exciting because it's what our five year vision was for what casual fridays would be. And we're doing a little bit quicker than that in that. Say that's an exciting thing for me. And i think for you but one of the questions we asked right up front is how do we unwind it like in the event or what does the exit. What does the close look like. And those are great healthy mature conversations to have. Yeah when you just said that reminds me of this elon. Musk quote ben. This may be a small tangible on moscow..

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