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DeStory is a podcast exploring the stories that form the matrix of ideas, beliefs, and norms that define our lives. DeStory seeks to examine these stories, talk to activists about how they are using Narrative Strategy in their activism and organizing efforts, and serve as an incubator for solidarity and social transformation.
 
the egg is a centre for creativity, innovation and young people in the heart of Bath, UK. This podcast is produced by The Incubator, the egg’s pioneering programme which supports talented creatives to develop world-class theatre for young audiences. Every so often we’ll record some of the conversations we’re having around making theatre, and publish them here. Welcome to The Incubator Podcast.
 
The Dalton Innovation Accelerator (DIA) is Northwest Georgia’s premier startup incubator, located at the historic Landmark Building in Dalton. DIA was the combined brain-child of local business leaders who wished to feed Dalton’s entrepreneurial spirit and spearhead downtown revitalization efforts. This podcast is an expression of that latent entrepreneurial spirit.
 
The WatchPitch Podcast for start-ups and investors is the inside track to best practices, insights and candid conversations from successful entrepreneurs and investors. We talk about what investors are looking for in a pitch, what entrepreneurs need to avoid and what they need to turn the volume up on when meeting with investors. The show is about empowering decision-making and creating huge efficiencies in deal flow by the way we communicate.
 
Confused about innovation? Every week we interview an expert to help you navigate change and de-risk the future--from strategy to culture, intrapreneurship and upskilling, launching global innovation hubs, managing large-scale R&D projects, building a corporate academy, running accelerators, and so much more. Hosted by Yaniv Corem, a former scientist at the MIT Media Lab and IBM Research, this podcast brings you open, honest conversations about the practice of innovation.
 
The Guerrillapreneur Podcast is a show about and for Entrepreneurs and Business Mavericks who use the Sharing, Gig and Circular Loop economies to defeat corporate Goliaths. If you are not a Maverick, you don't have to go home, but you gotta get up out of this podcast. #startup #startupstrategy #bootstrapping #levelingup #guerrillapreneur
 
The Business of Biotech is the pod dedicated to leaders of emerging biopharma firms. We bring you insight into organizational, finance and funding, HR, clinical, manufacturing, and regulatory challenges you’ll face as you navigate your company from an idea to success in the clinic. Each episode features guest commentary and best practices from accomplished founders and biopharma industry luminaries. The Business of Biotech is produced by BioProcess Online and brought to you by Cytiva, former ...
 
The Better Than Success Podcast is a weekly podcast that teaches entrepreneurs, business owners, and the aspiring how to teach themselves the art of Success. The only thing better than success itself is knowing that you pulled yourself up by the bootstraps and taught yourself the skills, strategies, and disciplines to get there. Hosted by real estate investor and serial entrepreneur Nicole Purvy, each episode of the show will give you the tools to develop the habits of success.
 
Is making beautiful jewelry your passion, yet you struggle to juggle the business side of your brand? Find out what makes an independent brand truly remarkable and profitable to stand out from your competition. Tune in to Thrive by Design with host, Tracy Matthews. She’s an award winning jewelry designer, Chief Visionary Officer of Flourish & Thrive Academy and Champion for Visionaries at Creatives Rule the World. More importantly, she’s been in your shoes and loves to share her experiences, ...
 
There's a lot of cool techy stuff going down in cybersecurity, and we love it. But you can't deny that a lot of the time we humans get forgotten. Our podcast takes a not-so-serious look at issues in security from a human point of view. Covering social engineering to hacker motivations and everything in between, we chat through security stories and themes and what they mean to us: the oft-neglected humans behind the screen. Apart from Kev, Kev is a cyborg. These weekly podcasts come in two ma ...
 
Manufacturing Tomorrow is a podcast series brought to you by the Ohio Manufacturing Institute at The Ohio State University. Featuring the perspectives of manufacturing leaders, we focus on the advanced manufacturing innovations, solutions and partnerships that exist in our region now and that will propel industry in the future. Our guests include the unsung heroes of advanced manufacturing, from company C-suite executives and engineers to industry-facing academics, supportive government agen ...
 
Now in its fourth consecutive season, LETTERS READ is the series of usually live events in which local artists interpret personal letters written by culturally vital individuals from various times and Louisiana communities and is an ongoing series presented by stationer Nancy Sharon Collins and Antenna. Due to COVID-19, all 2020 events are podcast.
 
Launchtime is a podcast focussing on the Dutch innovation community. It’s a 30 min long show that is perfect for a lunch break! Made for startups, corporates, enthusiasts and visionaries. It’s about the beginning of something new. Hence the name Launchtime.
 
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Season 8, Episode 3. 1/16/2021 Today we are setting the table in the kitchen with my guest Bailey Foster. She is a Knoxville native and Founder of Real Good Kitchen, a food incubator in Knoxville, Tennessee. Their motto is “Make Change Through Food.” In short, this new place provides the space and resources food entrepreneurs need. There are many r…
 
Today on Stateside, a new cohort of Michiganders are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccinations. We break down the logistical issues surrounding getting the shots. Plus, state lawmakers have banned the open carrying of weapons in Michigan’s Capitol building following the insurrection in Washington D.C.By Stateside Staff
 
Unlike other publishers, which often focus on book sales and revenue for the publisher, I am committed to the success of our authors in the creation of the book, the publishing of the book, and in the promotion of the book and related programs, and to the readers in getting them the help and personal transformation they need. Since then, we’ve help…
 
Q sits down w/ Jess Sloss, founder of Seed Club, to discuss the explosive growth of social tokens in 2020 and what's to come for the new industry in 2021, accepting applications for new communities into SeedClub, the rise of $JAMM and $ALEX, Personal vs. Community Tokens, and regulatory framework thoughts. SeedClubhttps://seedclub.xyz/ 👫Social:http…
 
In episode 144 of the Better Than Success Podcast, Nicole Purvy hosts part 4 of her 4 part series with business Coach Tamara Varella. Jan 9, 2020 Nicole and Tamara are launching "My Success Project – Business Edition – The 4-week Solopreneur to Business Ownership Incubator" Learn more at mysuccessproject.com “My Success Project: Business Edition” i…
 
This outtake is from the 16th full LETTERS READ production, to be podcast here on New Year’s Eve this year. George Saucier talks about the theatricality of southern archetypes while Collin Miller responds. Intended for a March 2020 reading, from which the full-production and this snippet evolved, this event was to restage the 2018 Letters Read scri…
 
Today, you’re in for a treat. Inside the Capitalism Incubator, a couple dozen brand owners have been busy preparing to launch their million-dollar brands. Each one of these entrepreneurs has taken ownership of a problem that’s plaguing a specific group of people who are hoping and praying someone, somewhere will come up with a solution. These brand…
 
Today on Stateside , Governor Whitmer said last week she is hoping schools will be able to reopen in-person classes by March. She also announced that K- 12 school teachers are among the groups who can get the COVID-19 vaccinations. We talk about how that process will begin. And, we continue our look at Betsy Devos' legacy after her resignation from…
 
In Flint, criminal and civil cases stemming from the city’s lead tainted drinking water crisis are converging this week. New criminal charges may be coming while many in Flint still question whether they will ever get justice. Nearly seven years ago, government leaders here pushed the button that switched the city of Flint’s drinking water source f…
 
Ann Greenberg is the founder of The Underground Chic, a collection of stylish eco-friendly handbags, made from recycled plastic bottles! She paired her talent in design and passion for animals and created a new line called: A Pet With Paws! www.apetwithpaws.com. As a veteran of the fashion industry, Ann used to design women’s clothing, which she lo…
 
Hey, Ridiculous History fans! In case you haven’t heard, we recently launched a new season of Here’s The Thing with Alec Baldwin. Since you love [receiving show], we think you’ll like this one too. This season of Here’s The Thing with Alec Baldwin kicks off with Kristen Bell. Check it out! If you enjoyed this podcast, be sure to listen and subscrib…
 
We live in a world that has changed so much in the past year. It’s a sure bet that 2021 will bring even more change into the business landscape. We’re seeing new buying behaviors because consumers now have new desires and demands, and entrepreneurs can fill the needs of these changes. There are three emerging trends that will make some entrepreneur…
 
People who are accused of a serious crime often have two options: sit in jail or pay up. Advocates for criminal justice reform have been pushing to move away from that system, which they say has serious consequences for poor and working-class people. Eli Savit , who was recently elected prosecutor for Washtenaw County, is one of those people. His o…
 
Today on Stateside , many Michiganders have received a second round of COVID-relief stimulus checks over the past couple of weeks — but for some, it’s not enough. We take a look at how far a one-time $600 check goes when you’re living on the edge of poverty. Also, a reporter talks us through the latest developments with Enbridge’s controversial Lin…
 
In 1933, on his second expedition to Antarctica, Richard E. Byrd took the unusual, highly-publicized step of bringing some non-human crew along: Klondike Gay Nira, Deerfoot Guernsey Maid and Foremost Southern Girl. These three cows--four, if you count the one born in the course of the journey--were darlings of the US press both during and after the…
 
MEET: Anita Mahaffey Cancer Survivor Entreprenuer COOL-JAMS January Jones welcomes back three time Cancer Survivor Anita Mahaffey sharing her personal story about surviving cancer. Anita lost her eye now has a prosthetic eye. Her story is one of courage and inspiration! Anita is a wife, mother and business owner. She is the founder of COOL-JAMS, th…
 
I sit down with our very own Marketing Director, Alison Haselden, to talk about 5 reasons your marketing isn’t working. Follow Alison on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/alison_haselden/ FREE 3-Day Marketing Makeover Challenge http://flourishthriveacademy.com/marketingmakeover Ways we can help you with your biz RIGHT NOW https://www.flourishthr…
 
Dennis Gada is SVP and Head for Financial Services, North America at Infosys. Infosys is a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting. Infosys enables clients in 46 countries to navigate their digital transformation. Hosted by Rudolf Falat, founder of Voice of FinTech podcast. We talk about: How did Dennis find his way to Info…
 
“Extreme call volumes.” Crashing servers. Cancellations. And one county says it’s been completely wiped out of vaccine supply by Monday afternoon. The airplane is being built as we fly it here, folks. That’s the message from hospitals and local health officials around the state Monday, as they started (or in some cases, tried to start) vaccinating …
 
Today, Ryan talks with Cathryn Lavery of the Best Self Co. to find out how this super-scrappy founder launched on Kickstarter. While many entrepreneurs seeking funding give Kickstarter a shot and get mediocre results, Cathryn did it the smart way. The result? Not only did she fund her first inventory round, but her second and third, too! If you pla…
 
The Business of Biotech kicks off our Cell & Gene Miniseries with Dr. Carsten Brunn, President & CEO at Selecta Biosciences. Guest host Erin Harris, chief editor at cellandgene.com, joins us for a discussion on Selecta's ImmTOR platform and how the company is addressing the immunogenicity of adeno-associated virus (AAV) vectors challenge faced by g…
 
Overview: Today, we’re going to talk about Paystack - the African payments infrastructure company that was acquired by Stripe in 2020 October. We’ll give some context of the Nigerian payments sector before 2015, Paystack's founding, early history, acquisition by Stripe & end with our views on its future outlook. This episode was recorded on January…
 
Greg Cebular, vice president of sales at The Technology House, a contract manufacturer specializing in additive manufacturing, cast urethane molding, injection molding, and CNC machining. He is also VP of Sales at Sea Air Space Machining & Molding, a sister company to TTH that specializes in ISO certifications in aerospace, defense and medical indu…
 
Actress Amy Lyndon was most recognized for her roles in television. In the early stages of her acting career, Lyndon starred in action films like "Lust For Freedom" (1987) starring Melanie Coll. She continued to work steadily in television throughout the early 2000s, appearing on "Entourage" (2003-2011), "NCIS" (CBS, 2003-) and "Ugly Betty" (ABC, 2…
 
Season 8, Episode 2. 1/9/2021 Saving Seeds & Stories with John Coykendall Seed Saving & Stories with our ole seed saving pal John Coykendall of Knoxville, TN. John tells us how he became a seed saver, some of the varieties he has saved, where to find old time heirloom seed like the ones he saves, and shares some cute stories. Knoxville native John …
 
After this unprecedented week of political violence fueled by President Trump himself, followed by a flood of resignations from his own top cabinet members, how will history remember the final days of the Trump presidency? Presidential historian Gleaves Whitney was the long-time director of the Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies at Grand Va…
 
Today on Stateside , U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow talks about why she’s joining the calls for President Donald Trump’s removal from office. Also, a historical perspective on the transfer of presidential power — and why the one that’s happening right now is abnormal. Plus, a look at the legacy of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, who’s resigning week…
 
January Jones welcomes Allen and Linda, authors of “A Dog Named Leaf” discussing the amazing journey they have had with a rescue dog who changed their lives. Leaf is a pet who has helped Allen and Linda through the good times and the bad times. They have all made an incredible spiritual journey together both mentally and physically. In 1996, Allen …
 
Co-hosts Monica Delores Hooks and mark anthony peterson (@guerrilapreneur) talk with the co-founder and CEO of Edifius (https://edifius.com/) Perla Humphrey. Edifius’ Simba is a phone bot that answers your business phone, relieving valuable employee time from answering routine, repetitive phone calls. Simba is a no-code SaaS platform built for the …
 
It’s been a long, hard pandemic for restaurants. Michigan has banned indoor dining at restaurants twice to try and slow the spread of coronavirus -- once at the beginning of the pandemic and again in November. The second ban is still in effect through at least January 15. With public health restrictions limiting their business for much of the past …
 
Today on Stateside , we talk with the former head of Michigan’s Republican Party about the rioters that stormed the Capitol yesterday. Plus, we discuss security at the Capitol building in Lansing with State Representative Sarah Anthony. [Get Stateside on your phone: subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Google Podcasts today.] Listen to the full show abov…
 
In the chaos at the U.S. Capitol Wednesday, Michigan Representative Debbie Dingell smelled tear gas, heard gun shots, felt "panic mode" kick in inside the House chamber, and benefitted from the kindness of others. After Congress certified President-elect Joe Biden's victory over President Donald Trump early Thursday morning, Dingell, D-Dearborn, sp…
 
Bullies Be Gone Project! with Al Johnson This project provides a complete poetic approach to the subject of bullying. It uses poignant, powerful, humorous, inpsirational and motivational words to offset the vitriolic words of the bully! This project provides a complete poetic approach to the subject of bullying. It uses poignant, powerful, humorous…
 
Aileen McCabe-Maucher is the author of the book “The Inner Peace Diet” which was published by Penguin Books and released in December 2008. She currently works as a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy and Practice and also holds faculty appointments at Simmons College and the University of Maryland. Aileen is a license…
 
Here’s something weird… and it 100% determines whether you will succeed as an entrepreneur. It’s the one difference between two people who… Both say they want to start a business. Both have ambition running through their veins. Both say they WANT it. Both go through the same exact training, read the same books, and have the same blueprint. But one …
 
Today on Stateside , old tensions between Governor Whitmer and state legislative leaders flared during the lame-duck session. Plus, a conversation with the author of the satirical novel The Great American Cheese War about its eerie parallels with some of 2020’s biggest stories. And, we talk more about the vaccines and how distribution is going in M…
 
It's the first Ridiculous History episode of the New Year! Ben, Noel and Casey are ringing it in with some predictions--not their own predictions, mind you. Instead the guys are diving into the predictions of luminaries from ages past, exploring how much (or how little) these historical figures got right about the 21st century. Learn more about you…
 
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