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Sleepwalkers at CES
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Aired 1 year ago 3:57
WSJ Tech News Briefing
Walmart Joins Amazon in Digital Ad Game
Aired 1 year ago 6:26
Bloomberg Daybreak | Bloomberg Radio New York
Bloomberg, President Donald Trump and US discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
Aired 2 years ago 2:34
Bloomberg Radio New York
wpp Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
Aired 2 years ago 2:21
Monocle 24: The Briefing
wpp Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
Aired 1 year ago 6:28
Igor beuker - Keynote Speaker
In the space of 25 years, Igor Beuker was kicked out of professional football and went from a college dropout to a radical marketing visionary and modern-day serial entrepreneur. He has become one of the prominent speakers in the international business speaking circuit.
Aired 1 year ago 25:38
Episode 44: Getting Great Design
On Episode 44, we have have Greg Quinton, chief creative officer of WPPâ€™s design powerhouse SuperUnion, on to talk about all things design. When I met Greg a decade or so ago, he was executive creative director at The Partnersâ€”a great design house based in London. He's now the chief creative officer at SuperUnionâ€”which was formed with the combination of The Partners, Brand Union, Lambie Nairn, Addison and VBat last year. We talk about what it takes to get great design, and also about the book he cowroteâ€”a Smile in the Mindâ€”a kind of design source book that I recommend you pick up. Of course, you can listen here on our website, at ConfessionsofaMarketer.com (https://ConfessionsofaMarketer.com), anytime. But don't forget to subscribe to Confessions of a Marketer on your favorite podcast service. We're available pretty much anywhere you listen, including Apple Podcasts (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/confessions-of-a-marketer/id1293299565?mt=2&ls=1), Google Play (https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/Ifei6akicbvyhx6engeb5z7iqxu), Overcast (https://overcast.fm/itunes1293299565/confessions-of-a-marketer), Pocketcasts (https://pca.st/K6kw), Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/11vd8Vggy5Moxxg1bzduuZ), Stitcher (https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/confessions-of-a-marketer?refid=stpr), TuneIn (https://tunein.com/radio/Confessions-of-a-Marketer-p1039144/), and Castro (https://castro.fm/podcast/fb5bc453-9b21-4eb8-b2db-8d904ee91bb6). Oh, and here's our RSS feed (https://www.confessionsofamarketer.com/rss). Special Guest: Greg Quinton.
Aired 11 months ago 26:18
Dina Srinivasan: Facebook is a monopoly, but breaking it up isn't the answer
Whether big tech platforms need to be broken up in order to rein them in is now a matter of public debate -- and will be a big topic during the U.S. presidential election next year. Dina Srinivasan is an academic, who went from being an ad tech entrepreneur to writing about the anti-trust case against Facebook, most recently for the Berkeley Business Law Journal. She doesnâ€™t think breaking up big tech is the answer. Instead, she advocates for the anti-trust approach. Srinivasan discussed why antitrust is the way to deal with Facebook, how the dominance of Facebook and Google is different from the fleeting power of Myspace and Yahoo and what a likely federal regulatory remedy would look like.