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Best Raj Kotecha podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Raj Kotecha podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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OPP stands for Other People's Podcasts - where Grammy Award winner Fatman Scoop and content expert Raj Kotecha share what they learned listening to some of the worlds best podcasts. Drawing from the millions of business and personal development podcasts available today, each episode focuses on one great podcast, with Scoop and Raj talking about what they learned and how it may be applied. Both hosts come from very different worlds, which often leads to high energy debates and moments of comp ...
 
Raj Kotecha has spent over two decades creating content, building audiences and gathering communities around the subject of media, entertainment and entrepreneurship. In the mid-2000's, a time when he was best known as an international DJ and party promoter, Raj acted quickly on the opportunity to create video content exclusively for YouTube. Focussing on his passions, Raj amassed a library of exclusive and unheard content created with artists, entrepreneurs and business leaders. Raj Kotecha ...
 
The official podcast of AHIF, which is attended by the highest calibre international hotel investors of any conference in Africa. It is the only annual hotel investment conference that connects business leaders from the international and local markets, driving investment into tourism projects, infrastructure and hotel development across Africa.
 
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L’Afrique sera dans quelques années le centre du monde, affirme le magnat des affaires camerounais Mamoudou Fadil tout en renforçant son point de vue sur le potentiel à long terme de la croissance de l’immobilier hôtelier et du développement du tourisme sur le continent lors de son entretien avec Jean Perrochon. Africa will be on the centre stage o…
 
In this podcast, we speak to Matthew Tripolone the Vice President of Development for InterContinental Hotels Group MEA. We discussed the history of IHG in the region, the pipeline for the brand, the VOCO brand growth and the overall opportunities in the Middle East and African markets.
 
Premier podcast de la série du Forum de l'Investissement Hôtelier Africain 2020 avec Alexis Janoray, Chef de développement pour l'Afrique chez le Groupe AccorHotels; le commanditaire principal de cet évènement annuel. Une perspective sur les opportunités d'investissement dans l'immobilier hôtelier en Afrique de l'Ouest et de l'engagement du Groupe …
 
In this podcast, Karl de Lacy Director, International Hotel Services for Best Western Hotel Group talks about how the recent acquisition of WorldHotels brand has added value to their organization. In particular, we look at how this increase in brands enables them to work with more owners from luxury down to mid-scale products.…
 
Rick Taylor, the Founder of Business Tourism Company spoke to us about his organisation as one specialising in destination development, branding and tourism marketing strategies in emerging markets. We focus on some of the work they have done in Rwanda enabling them to embrace the potential of MICE as a way to diversify their tourism products and l…
 
In this podcast, we speak to Cyril Jacob, Managing Director at Ascentis, an engineering and project management organisation. We explore the similarities between the work he’s done in Asia and Africa; what the current challenges are for his organisation in the market and we look forward to his session on Developing Hotel Projects at the Africa Hotel…
 
This podcast with Nicolas looks at the changing role of media in Africa. We discuss the investment into the sector and the impact this is having on local media, discuss the impact this will have and explore the role of media portraying the continent. We also discussed the APO/AHIF partnership and what this will look to achieve – not least bringing …
 
In this podcast, we explore more about the CityBlue Hotels concepts and look at what plans it has as an African brand. Explore the challenges for the brand and the opportunities that come from being a regional player. Finally, we discuss Jameel’s coming session at the African Hotel Investment Forum and look at their needs as a regional brand and th…
 
In this podcast, we talk to Fabio Nava, Vice President of Capital Markets, JLL (Hotels and Hospitality) and Wayne Godwin, Head of Hotel Advisory in Sub-Saharan Africa from JLL who, as part of their survey into the current investment sentiments, are producing an independent report on the current state of debt financing and hotel lending across Afric…
 
In this Africa Hotel Investment Forum (AHIF) podcast, we speak to the Founder of Stuart & Partners, James Stuart about his work in the African hospitality market. Working closely with local independent hoteliers and helping them develop their own brand we explore why the African market is so important for him, the comparisons to this continent to h…
 
This Africa Hotel Investment Forum podcast speaks to Trevor Ward, Owner and Managing Director of W Hospitality Group about the recent publication of the 2019 Hotel Chain Development Pipelines in Africa. I asked Trevor about the findings of the report – what it tells us about branded development across Africa – which countries are leading and what i…
 
In this podcast, we talk to Panos Loupasis the Vice President of Development for Wyndham Hotels and Resorts. Panos covers Africa, the Middle East and Eurasia for development so we explore how the brand looks to develop geographically. The podcast also explores the plans for the company and what products work for these markets. Finally, at the AHIC …
 
In the first podcast of AHIF 2019, we speak to Daniel Silke, Director of Political Futures Consultancy, before he presents his keynote session at the AHIF Regional Briefing in Cape Town on April 24th. Daniel has been a keynote speaker of the Africa Hotel Investment Forum previously and will present on the Headwinds and Tailwinds of the African econ…
 
In this podcast, Thomas Emanuel, Director of Business Development at STR, gives a quick update on the African market. He presents some of the recent findings shared at the AHIF event in Kenya and then, with the recent launch of the FIHA – Forum de l’Investissement Hôtelier Africain, digs deeper into some of the Francophone markets and why they are …
 
In this podcast, we speak to our new sponsors Solarus Sunpower’s Managing Director for Sub Saharan Africa, René Laks. Solarus Sunpower are supporting the AHIF debate on Efficient Building Investment and we asked René what, to date, have been the successes in the hospitality sector and the goals for the business. During the SPACE Seminar, we shall b…
 
Daniel Silke, Director of Political Futures Consultancy and AHIF’s Keynote speaker this year is always special to listen to and, in this podcast, we explore how the current world economic situation is influencing Africa. This podcast explores how Africa is responding to the current trade wars globally through to the effects of Chinese economic slow…
 
Amos Wekesa, Founder and CEO of Great Lakes Safaris spoke to us about his business and the goals for it. As a true entrepreneur of the tourism industry what he felt the potential is for the leisure market in Africa and how he, as an influencer, can now do to promote further investment into the sector and to support Uganda’s recovery as a destinatio…
 
In this podcast, we talked to Bani Haddad, Founder and Managing Director of Aleph Hospitality about his journey to setting up his 3-year-old business and why he has concentrated his efforts into the African market. We also asked Bani to talk us through all the different types of management models open to owners and to explain why the 3rd party oper…
 
Nick Van Marken, former global head of hospitality for Deloitte, is one of the hotel investment industries most well-known faces. He is currently doing independent work across Africa and, in this podcast, we asked him about what has been keeping him busy since retiring and what is driving his interest in Africa. Nick is moderating a session on Grow…
 
David Harper, Head of Property Services at Hotel Partners Africa shares his take on the African market and the Ethiopian business potential. Hotel Partners Africa operates in 50 African countries and 175 countries globally. In this podcast, David also talks about his trip to Antarctica for his 50th birthday! Don't forget to subscribe to receive mor…
 
In this podcast, Wayne Godwin, Vice President, Hotels & Hospitality Group, Sub-Saharan Africa, JLL discusses the impact of market fundamentals in Africa on different categories of investors and their sentiments. He also explains the future of the hotel industry in South Africa for next 3 years based on predictions by economists and recent political…
 
In this podcast, Kamil Abdul-Karim, MD of Pam Golding Hospitality, discusses the impact that the recent political changes in Zimbabwe, Botswana and South Africa have had on hotel demand. As a key advisory firm for the South Africa region Kamil has noted that almost immediately there has been a positive change and he's had to rework predictions imme…
 
I started this whole podcast just so I could share this episode. Back in 2009, when Gary Vaynerchuk bragged about answering every email, I had to give it a try. He replied, we built a studio in his hotel breakfast room and the following conversation changed my life. We spoke about a digital evangelist writing a book, an influencer starting an agenc…
 
How does Jay Z choose a business partner? He had two, a loud music industry rising star by the name of Dame Dash, and thoroughbred entrepreneur of few words - Kareem "Biggs" Burke. This interview was created by AmongstFew as part of their collaboration with Biggs for the AmongstFew x Reasonable Doubt clothing line. The first overseas collaboration …
 
Briar is a star in Dubai's marketing and entrepreneurship scene. As founder of her own Dubai based personal branding agency, this Kiwi has grown her Deals in High Heels brand with hard work and style gathered along her journey via New York and London. You can find more of her content at http://dealsinhighheels.com. This unreleased interview is part…
 
Ritesh Tilani is the VC and Entrepreneur to check in with in the Middle East. As co-founder of Enhance, he facilitates start ups coming into the Middle East Region, as well as growing his own, including the well known online gifting platform, Joi. Educated in France and Singapore, and seasoned in the States, Ritesh’s business now covers the UAE and…
 
If you are brand new to my outlook on marketing, content and business, I need you to listen to this podcast. In 2017 I was asked to give a keynote at the Al Ain Media and Marketing Forum. Truth is, up until my agent's car service picked me up, I had no clue where Al Ain even was. Turns out it was in Abu Dhabi, to a largely Arab / Emirati crowd and …
 
Eric and Jeff Rosenthal are ItsTheReal - hip hop sketch comedy writers, actors, journalists and podcasters, with an incredible show called A Waste of Time with ItsTheReal (on all podcast stores now). Back in September 2017 - I organised and sponsored a live recording of their show, where they interviewed BBC 1Xtra’s DJ Semtex. Ahead of their interv…
 
Managing Director at W Hospitality, Trevor Ward, speaks with Bench Events UK MD Matthew Weihs giving an overview of the Hotel Chain Development Pipelines in Africa Report which is in it's 9th year. Speaking on the importance of the report, Mr Ward touches on the benefit for investors as well as how the report takes into account future events that m…
 
RZA is a rap God - no two ways about it. I can’t think of a hip hop nerd in the world that would turn down a conversation with him and I was SO LUCKY to get this one way back in 2009, backstage at a Wu-Tang Clan show in London. We talk about RZA’s take on artistry, diversification and how lucky we are to be creative people in a position to leverage…
 
One thing I love about the hotel industry is that so many high ranking executives started at the bottom. This is certainly the case for Olivier Harnisch, who left school at 16 and was a waiter that wasn't even allowed to address customers. Now he's the CEO of Emaar Hospitality Group, with Dubai's most recognisable hotel brands including The Address…
 
Jay-Z and Beyoncé just released the "Everything is Love" album on Tidal this week and I made a last minute switch on this episode and pulled up a 2012 interview with the All Out King of the turntables, DJ Neil Armstrong. Neil toured with Jay-Z through some amazing times in Hov's career, from marrying Beyonce to headlining Glastonbury and rocking th…
 
I still can't believe I managed to hustle some time with the billion dollar CEO of Zappos, Tony Hsieh. You should read his book "Delivering Happiness" immediately to find out how he took Zappos.com from $1.6m USD to a billion (at which point Jeff Bezos at Amazon scooped it up at a cool $1.2bn valuation). In this episode, we talk company culture, hi…
 
Mopreme Shakur is the step-brother of legendary rapper, American icon and political revolutionary Tupac Shakur. He is also the first rapper to ever appear on an RnB record - the monumental "Feels Good - Remix" by Tony! Toni! Toné! Recorded in Los Angeles, California back in 2009, Raj sits in Mopreme's home to talk about the Thug Life movement, the …
 
Raj Kotecha has spent over two decades creating content, building audiences and gathering communities around the subject of media, entertainment and entrepreneurship. In the mid-2000's, a time when he was best known as an international DJ and party promoter, Raj acted quickly on the opportunity to create video content exclusively for YouTube. Focus…
 
In this final episode for Season One, Raj and Scoop chop up a huge interview with the internet's golden child, Kevin Rose, interviewing the real-life Tony Stark, Elon Musk (Tesla, SpaceX, PayPal, the man's winning list goes on). They talk about Elon being a visionary but how the space launch that happened in Dec 2017 was just too much for Scoop. Ra…
 
This episode is too much. After several false starts, including Scoop getting his hosts mixed up, we finally get into a podcast starring two great alpha males. Entrepreneur and social media mogul Gary Vaynerchuk interviewed by the OG of podcasting and renaissance man Joe Rogan on The Joe Rogan Experience Episode 910. We talk about Gary buying Faceb…
 
It took Scoop a while to get into this one by his own admission, but he drops some real gems of his own after listening to marketing OG Ryan Holiday (former assistant to Tim Ferriss) chatting with one of the podcast Kings, James Altucher. The chat is around perennial (lifelong) selling, the main subject that Altucher and Holiday discussed. Scoop go…
 
One of tech's nicest founders, HootSuite CEO Ryan Holmes was interviewed by one of podcasting's' most positive people, Lewis Howes, on The School of Greatness podcast. We talk about when Raj met Ryan many years ago and got hit with the Canadian kindness, how Hootsuite might have gotten to a billion dollars and Scoop's love for the concept of Good H…
 
In this episode, both Scoop and Raj have hardcore fanboy moments for the legendary business consultant Jay Abraham, after he appeared on a podcast with The Terminator of self-development, the icon, Tony Robbins. They talk about giving away all of your upfront profit in return for a customer's lifetime value, how to leverage undervalued aspects of a…
 
Welcome to Episode One of OPP - Other People's Podcasts - where Grammy Award winner Fatman Scoop and the content producer Raj Kotecha review and reflect on some of the best episodes from other people's podcasts. If you are into personal and professional development, you've probably noticed that there are hundreds of thousands of podcasts to choose …
 
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