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The Denim and Boots Podcast is the show for blue bloods and denimheads. On this podcast, we talk to maker, retailers and influencers to about recent and relevant topics in the world of raw denim, boots and heritage-style menswear. The show is co-hosted by Jake from Almost Vintage Style and Thomas from Denimhunters. This podcast is brought to you by Denimhunters, the platform Thomas started as a blog in 2011 that has become a voice for the denim industry and community. You'll find show notes ...
 
"I love tailoring because I love taking care of people. I work with so many fascinating individuals and this gives me the chance to introduce you to some of them, delve into their lives, the highs & lows of their journeys & the lessons they've learnt along the way." Roberto Revilla is a multi award-winning suit & shirt maker. He also loves spending time with people. A fascinating discussion podcast involving entrepreneurs, experts and experienced designers. Come for the threads but leave wit ...
 
You’ve reached the talktank - the official podcast of the LSE Entrepreneur Society. We delve into the minds of those who think, live, and breathe outside the box, by interviewing thought-leaders about their work, experiences and stories they've collected along the way. Through our three series called "Beyond Profit", "Artistpreneurs" and "Bits and Bytes" we explore diverse areas including social entrepreneurship, the creative arts and technology. Our aim is to expose our audience to diverse ...
 
Presented by Causeartist, Disruptors for GOOD explores social entrepreneurs around the world who have dedicated their lives to ethical fashion, impact investing, sustainable travel, and businesses that impact the world in a positive way. The founder of Causeartist, Grant Trahant, does one-on-one interviews with some of the most creative and impactful startups and brands around the world.
 
Curious of what it takes to grow a startup in Silicon Valley? Looking for tips and advice straight from Silicon Valley founders, leaders and experts? Expect lots of startup insights on Valley Talks! Subscribe to Valley Talks to never miss a single episode. We're mainly a video series, but happy to deliver audio interviews for those who prefer to listen. The host, Sylvia Gorajek, is the founder and producer of Valley Talks and owner of video production studio for tech startups – Denim Video. ...
 
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Welcome to the first of what may or may not become a weekly little bite size bonus drop of Tailoring Talk! With some actual Tailoring Talk in it. << Warning for those of you that listen to me while washing up with kids in the background, there is at least one F-bomb dropped, OK? >> Roberto talks about being attacked and the news that a certain big …
 
<> Given this was the first ever episode and I had pretty much no clue what I was doing, I was never happy with the audio on this one. And it’s such a fantastic, valuable conversation. So I went back, cleaned it up, re-adjusted the levels and re-present it for your listening pleasure! For those of you joining …
 
We examine how thinking outside the box can lead to changes big and small. 2020 Goldman Environmental Prize winner Chibeze Ezekiel tells us how he led a successful grassroots campaign against Ghana's first coal-fired power plant. We find out how we can make sense of science through art. Female farmers discover the power of ancient seeds on Ibiza. A…
 
The Bits & Bytes Series - Elsa Bernadotte Hosted by Tina Soh Today’s guest is Elsa Bernadotte, co-founder of Karma, a food waste app that operates as a marketplace enabling retailers to sell unsold food at a discount direct to consumers. Karma’s mission is to eliminate food waste, and in process has been rated as one of the top 100 hottest startups…
 
He’s driving the #14 Lexus for Vasser-Sullivan Racing in IMSA…Jack Hawksworth checks in to preview the Detroit Grand Prix (they race Saturday at 5pm). Interesting discussion about braking zones – the tricky Belle Isle track and more. The post Lexus Jack Hawksworth – Detroit GP appeared first on 94.7 WCSX.…
 
It's no secret that I love my food -and I know many of you do too so you're in for a treat this week! Those of you who are fans of MasterChef will recognise him instantly - Dhruv Baker, 2010 champion, a chef who has an instinctive and encyclopaedic knowledge of all things to do with spices… and now an award-winning charcuterie maker. Dhruv and I ta…
 
From shocks to industrial agriculture in the face of a dramatically changing climate in the US' Midwest, to a big bank funding rubber plantations in the Congo Basin, and lastly, the growth of the global denim market, we hear about some of the environmental costs of farming, finance and fashion, as well as attempts to reduce the industrial footprint…
 
Sometimes, businesses start out as direct-to-consumer. Other times, they’re forced into it. That’s essentially what happened with Farmer’s Fridge, a company best known for its salad vending machines. Since 2013, the company has been growing its vending machine presence -- first in the Midwest, and then beyond. Its core customers were workers lookin…
 
On this episode of Producing with Purpose, Presented by Noskin - I catch up with Jordan Nodarse. Founder of Boyish Jeans, a sustainable women's denim brand from Los Angeles, Jordan has not only an extensive, but an interesting background in fashion design, specifically in the denim arena. With Boyish setting the bar high in terms of sustainability,…
 
In Episode 11 of the Disruptors for Good podcast I speak with Kyle Parsons, the Founder and CEO of Indosole, on his quest to become the most sustainable footwear company in the world. Indosole takes old tires that would otherwise contribute to Indonesia’s massive landfill problem, and transforms them into beautiful sandals and shoes through a produ…
 
The Artistpreneurs Series - Mica Tenenbaum and Matthew Lewin Hosted by Jessica Ge Hop in a time machine ⏰ and travel to a simultaneous past and future through the nostalgic, spacey pop sound of Magdalena Bay. 👽🎵 The young Miami-raised pair who boast 4.9 million streams on their biggest song, Killshot, are single-handedly reinventing a genre from th…
 
We are back! Kicking off Season Two I’m joined once again by Rick Patel for a layperson review of Apple’s Spring Event including the new M1 iMac, iPad Pro, AirTags and Apple TV 4K. I give my views having been hands-on with the AirTags and 12.9” iPad Pro, plus with the recent announcement of Apple Music Lossless, we discuss how big a deal that is or…
 
It’s tough transforming a local brand into a national name. But that’s what Oregon-based dairy company Tillamook is trying to do. Over the last few years, the company began an eastward expansion -- going beyond the Pacific Northwest as far as the East Coast. And, according to CEO Patrick Criteser, it seems to be working. In 2017, he said on the Mod…
 
In Episode 3 of the Disruptors for Good podcast I spoke with James Bartle, founder of Outland Denim. Outland Denim is a social enterprise creating premium denim products that help tackle the worlds human trafficking crisis. Every 30 seconds, someone is sold in the human traffic industry. Once in, it’s nearly impossible to escape. According to a Uni…
 
When communities face challenges they often find their own, homemade fixes. Community-run gardens around the world can be life-changing operations, and the bees that help pollinate them need our help. Meanwhile landscape restoration teams in South Africa are saving the ancient veld and recycling imported clothing has been a creative opportunity for…
 
Throwback Episode: In episode 2 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast we spoke with with Bas Van Abel, the Founder of Fairphone, about his mission creating the world's first ethical cell phone company. Bas van Abel is an awarded social entrepreneur, designer and innovator. He is founder of Fairphone, a social enterprise with a mission to create a more…
 
It’s been a good year to be a homewares brand. Indeed, cookware startup Caraway was a hot commodity during the pandemic. According to its founder and CEO Jordan Nathan, the company’s popularity created some headaches. Many items were out of stock more often than not in 2020, and supply chain issues continue to persist. But, “we were very fortunate …
 
In episode 103 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, we speak with Dean Cycon, founder of Dean's Beans, on how to create a profitable and ethical business rooted in respect for the earth, the farmer, and the consumer. Dean Cycon founded in Dean’s Beans Organic Coffee Company in 1993 after working as an environmental and indigenous rights lawyer. He s…
 
He’s one of the hottest drivers in the IndyCar series – Pato O’Ward just got his first victory at the age of 22…and he gets an F1 test! We talk Detroit Grand Prix and much more. PLUS honest reviews of the Genesis GV80, Toyota Supra 3.0 and the Hyundai Venue Denim edition.The post Pato O’Ward – Genesis/Supra/Denim appeared first on 94.7 WCSX.…
 
Marc Rosen has worn many hats -- or, perhaps, pants -- at Levi’s. Today, he’s the president of the apparel brand’s Americas business. But he’s been at the company for seven years -- first joining to grow Levi’s e-commerce business. As such, he’s seen a lot of changes, both within the company and in retail as a whole. On the Modern Retail Podcast, R…
 
On this episode of Producing with Purpose, Presented by Noskin - I catch up with Joshua Katcher. Joshua is a man of many businesses, skills and achievements. He is the founder of the iconic vegan footwear brand, Brave Gentleman, the author of the beautiful book, Fashion Animals, and the co-founder of Rind Vegan Cheese.…
 
In episode 102 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, we speak with Rahama Wright, Founder of Shea Yeleen, on empowering women in West Africa and the United States through the production, sale, and use of shea butter products. Rahama is creating living-wage jobs for women-owned shea butter cooperatives in Ghana. Having grown up personally aware of ine…
 
In Episode 6 of the Tools for Scale podcast I chat with Julian Alvarez, co-founder of Vize, on navigating entrepreneurship and using technology to empower low skilled workers to find and search for better job opportunities. Julian is an entrepreneur, software engineer, podcaster, futurist, productivity aficionado, and a life-long learner. He is cur…
 
Across the world, people are having to rethink the way they grow food in the face of the impacts of climate change and industrial agriculture. We hear from seed guardians in Ecuador trying to save vital seed varieties from disappearing, and from farmers in East Africa battling deadly invisible toxins in their crops. Plus: An organic farming group's…
 
Google wants to make it crystal clear that it’s not a marketplace. True, people can buy things on Google, but it also lets sellers link out to other marketplaces. On the Modern Retail Podcast, Bill Ready, the company’s president of commerce and payments, discussed this important nuance. “We’re not a retailer, we’re not a marketplace,” he said. In h…
 
In episode 101 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, we speak with Josh Goldman, Ph.D., Co-founder of KoBold Metals, on the future of efficient and sustainable mineral exploration and how EV batteries can create a circular economy for mobility. KoBold Metals is developing artificial intelligence to improve the efficacy, efficiency, and sustainability…
 
On this episode of Producing with Purpose, Presented by Noskin - I catch up with Alicia Lai, the founder of the UK based vegan footwear brand, B Boheme. Currently facing a more unusual scenario, B Boheme are on a hiatus from operating whilst they prepare to re-brand and re-launch in 2022. Alicia takes us on through the interesting journey of the br…
 
We dissect US President Joe Biden's pledge to cut his country's greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030. Protesters in Serbia sound off on big polluters, while a city in the UK takes the initiative to clean up its dirty air. And we discuss how international travel to picturesque destinations really impacts the environment in the Global South.…
 
It’s been a crazy year for Ocean Spray. The 91-year-old cranberry product company not only saw an increase in sales over the last year, but went viral on TikTok. It saw increased demand in 2020, according to CEO Tom Hayes. “Ocean Spray as a category leader has probably disproportionately benefited [from the pandemic],” Hayes said on the Modern Reta…
 
In episode 100 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, we speak with Chaitenya Razdan, Founder of Care+Wear, on leaving his career as an investment banker to begin designing innovative clothing for cancer patients. When Chat founded Care+Wear in 2014, all he had was an idea: to improve the experiences of those receiving treatment by bringing clinicians…
 
In this episode of Living Planet, we hear about some of the different ways ordinary people relate to environmental issues in different parts of the world. Climate activists talk about using TikTok to reach Generation Z. And 35 years after the Chernobyl disaster, we'll hear how people in Russia and China view the future of nuclear energy.…
 
It’s been a big year for Crocs. The popular shoe brand, known for its ubiquitous plastic slip-ons, saw revenue grow 12.6% year-over-year, hitting $1.39 billion. E-commerce was a big driver of its business, growing 92%. About half of the company’s revenue comes from digital channels. According to the company’s president Michelle Poole, this success …
 
The Artistpreneurs Series - Penny Martin Hosted by Esther de Jongh Today’s guest is Penny Martin, Editor in Chief of The Gentlewoman, a biannual women’s magazine with style, character and purpose. Penny originally started her career in academia with a background in art history and museum studies, but the world of curating soon swept her away. Fast …
 
In episode 99 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Adam Mullins, founder of Brixilated, on using Lego® to help individuals in their opioid recovery journey and promote mindfulness and self-care. Adam Mullins is the Founder/CEO of Brixilated, an early-stage social enterprise whose mission is to make life better with LEGO®. Brixilated bui…
 
This week on Living Planet, stories of how local movers and shakers deal with global problems. Glaciologists in Oregon tell us what they've learned about the climate from frozen caves, while a community in Lyon, France protests meatless school lunches. We also debate the ethics of traveling by cruise or by plane. And women from the Niger Delta shar…
 
If you text the phone number on a can of the coffee drink Taika, chances are that a human will respond. This is by design. The company, which boasts a caffeinated canned drink that contains so-called adaptogens, launched in 2020 -- right when the pandemic hit. And it’s used a text-based branding strategy to help it connect with customers. Co-founde…
 
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