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Meet the innovators and influencers at the intersection of food and technology. Tech Bites investigates the profound ways the rapidly evolving digital world is transforming how we discover, produce, and share food in the real world. Are the food revolution and the start-up generation in sync or in conflict? Host Jennifer Leuzzi explores how technology impacts our culinary lives. Get connected @TechBitesHRN on Facebook/Instagram/Twitter or email us TechBites@HeritageRadioNetwork.org. Tech Bit ...
 
We are the NOE Radio Network! Join us as we discuss the biggest news bites, stories, and discuss the hottest topics in all things geek! SHOWS: NOE Wrestling Live! - The flagship of the NOE Radio Network. Join hosts Chad and Zach as they discuss all the news, results and rumors of the pro wrestling world! If you're a fan of the WWE, TNA, ROH, Japanese Wrestling, Lucha Libre or any other form of pro wrestling! You can get involved with the pro wrestling talk by joining us on Skype at loe.wrest ...
 
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The start of the year is always a good time to make a plan for your career and look at what’s viable right now in the industry. If you’re looking to make a move or pivot your career, this episode of Tech Bites is for you. Host Jennifer Leuzzi talks with Alice Cheng, CEO and Founder of Culinary Agents, about current open positions, their new Marketp…
 
Following Tech Bites tradition, the last show of the year is a look into the future. Tech Bites host Jennifer Leuzzi talks with Vaughn Tan, a London-based strategy consultant, author, and professor at University College London’s School of Management about his predictions for 2021. He specializes in designing organizations that are resilient to and …
 
The penultimate episode of 2020 is a look back at this most tumultuous pandemic year with the founders of two restaurant tech businesses. Returning guests Krystle Mobayeni, founder and CEO BentoBox, and Xavier Mariezcurrena, co-founder of ChouxBox, talk about how their companies and their customers in the hospitality industry worked to survive thro…
 
Bill Klaus, Wally Scharold, Nick Ulbrick, Zach Bauer, Mark Golding, Doug Bolles, Alan Abbadessa gather to discuss Znore's new book "Death Sweat of the Cluster"... The convo started as 42minutes episode 357(linked) and continues here for... Visit: https://thesyncbook.com/42minutes/?ep=357By alternativesystemengine@gmail.com
 
Bill Klaus, Wally Scharold, Nick Ulbrick, Zach Bauer, Mark Golding, Doug Bolles, Alan Abbadessa gather to discuss Znore's new book "Death Sweat of the Cluster"... The convo started as 42minutes episode 357(linked) and continues here for... Visit: https://thesyncbook.com/42minutes/?ep=357By alternativesystemengine@gmail.com
 
Bill Klaus, Wally Scharold, Nick Ulbrick, Zach Bauer, Mark Golding, Doug Bolles, Alan Abbadessa gather to discuss Znore's new book "Death Sweat of the Cluster"... The convo started as 42minutes episode 357(linked) and continues here for... Visit: https://thesyncbook.com/42minutes/?ep=357By alternativesystemengine@gmail.com
 
Sync Book Radio presents a 42 Minutes/Always Record crossover for the 42 Minutes Fall Book Club. Always Record is the second portion of the conversation, continuing from 42 Minutes episode 356. Visit: https://thesyncbook.com/42minutes/?ep=356By alternativesystemengine@gmail.com
 
Sync Book Radio presents a 42 Minutes/Always Record crossover for the 42 Minutes Fall Book Club. Always Record is the second portion of the conversation, continuing from 42 Minutes episode 356. Visit: https://thesyncbook.com/42minutes/?ep=356By alternativesystemengine@gmail.com
 
For restaurants, food producers, and farmers, managing food waste is key to increasing slim profit-margins. Decreasing food waste in our global food system is crucial to achieving sustainability for people and the planet. On this episode of Tech Bites, host Jennifer Leuzzi talks with two different tech companies attacking the food waste sustainabil…
 
Looking to volunteer at a non-profit to create change, support your community and fight racial inequality? There’s an app for that. On this episode of Tech Bites, host Jennifer Leuzzi talks with Spicy Green Book founder and CEO Danilo Baston, about building a international directory of Black-owned businesses. The volunteer staff includes photograph…
 
On this episode of Tech Bites, host Jennifer Leuzzi checks in with returning guests Chris Rawley and Austin Maness of Harvest Returns, the crowdfunding platform for farms. How have things been growing since their first appearance on Episode 168? Since the pandemic, the business has focused on two verticals, indoor farming and regenerative agricultu…
 
How has the COVID-19 pandemic has affected our current global food systems? And how can we fix it? MIT’s 12th annual Sustainability Summit, “Food for Thought: Leveraging Food for a Sustainable Future," aims to look at ways we can collectively improve food access and equity. The MBA student-led virtual event, taking place this November, will explore…
 
Sync Book Radio presents a 42 Minutes/Always Record crossover for the 42 Minutes Summer Book Club. Always Record is the second portion of the conversation, continuing from 42 Minutes episode 351. Visit: http://thesyncbook.com/?pagename=42minutes&ep=351By alternativesystemengine@gmail.com
 
Sync Book Radio presents a 42 Minutes/Always Record crossover for the 42 Minutes Summer Book Club. Always Record is the second portion of the conversation, continuing from 42 Minutes episode 351. Visit: http://thesyncbook.com/?pagename=42minutes&ep=351By alternativesystemengine@gmail.com
 
Could a beer save the planet and feed the world? Every year, 1.3 billion tonnes of food produced for human consumption is lost and wasted. A staggering quaintly of food that could easily feed the 840 million people who are hungry. The UN designated September 29th as International Awareness Day of Food Loss and Waste to grow awareness and inspire ac…
 
Smart Kitchen Summit 2020 is going virtual. Like so many events this year, the global pandemic has forced an evolution from in-person to online. Is the food tech world better positioned to go virtual? On this episode of Tech Bites, host Jennifer Leuzzi talks with The Spoon publisher Michael Wolf about the Smart Kitchen Summit 2020 and how they plan…
 
Will kids eat healthier if it’s a game? Can another digital platform be successful at teaching kids about good food? On this episode of Tech Bites host Jennifer Leuzzi talks with returning guest Julia Olayanju, founder of YScooks, a platform that employs technology to educate and inspire student to make healthier and sustainable dining choices. In …
 
Alan meets documentarian Ryan Page. In this conversation they get to know each other (by asking each other a bunch of questions) as they both close in on finishing their current projects. ....Recorded 8/05/2020 Visit: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0656333/By alternativesystemengine@gmail.com
 
Alan meets documentarian Ryan Page. In this conversation they get to know each other (by asking each other a bunch of questions) as they both close in on finishing their current projects. ....Recorded 8/05/2020 Visit: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0656333/By alternativesystemengine@gmail.com
 
Are you a food tech innovator running a startup that is working to tackle one of the urgent food system challenges facing us today? Maybe you’re working on shortened supply chains, food loss mitigation, accessible food e-comm or functional ingredients. Are you looking for global collaboration and top-notch mentorship to move your business forward? …
 
With the global pandemic closing restaurants and keeping people at home, how do chefs serve up hospitality and stay connected to their customers? On this episode of Tech Bites talks with chefs about their pivot to online cooking classes and new business. Philip Speer of Comedor in Texas started Assembly.Kitchen. Franklin Becker in New York started …
 
The global pandemic has brought some aspects of life to a stand-still, while others have accelerated at incredible speeds. eCommerce has grown exponentially. Restaurants were on the uptrend in adopting technology to increase their business reach, now those trends have become essential survival tools almost overnight. On this episode of Tech Bites, …
 
On June 26, 2020 the students of New York City’s Food & Finance High School graduated in an online ceremony. On this episode of Tech Bites, graduate Niyah Rivers produces a show for a look info the minds her fellow students Kayla Jenkins and Romeo Malpica, to hear their thoughts on their virtual graduation. Episode 211 of Tech Bites is made possibl…
 
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