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Explore topics related to transformational community leadership including economic development, non-profit engagement, organizational management, and policy development. It's a candid conversation with veterans of the economic development profession along with inspiring interviews of today's thought leaders.
 
This weekly podcast dives into the agbiosciences sector in Indiana, where 21st Century agriculture, life sciences innovation and cutting-edge technology converge. Ag+Bio+Science is an in-depth conversation with leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs in the space. Learn more about the pioneering industry and where it's heading from those leading the way.
 
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Democracy That Delivers

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Democracy That Delivers

Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE)

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The Democracy That Delivers podcast is about democratic and economic development and the intersection between the two. Through their personal stories, guests share how their work is helping build stronger democratic institutions in countries all over the world and how they are tackling some of the major governance challenges that many countries face today. The weekly discussion covers a wide range of topics including entrepreneurship, governance, rule of law, and the role of the private sect ...
 
Host Jesse Torres, Founder and CEO of Small Business Front Inc., has important and valuable conversations with guests such as policy makers, economic development agencies, CEO's, entrepreneurs, and more to provide resources and assistance to small businesses to hack their way to success.
 
We all have a stake in making our communities more competitive. Closing the skills gap and driving economic growth starts at the grassroots level. Tune into the Ready for Work podcast for a discussion about strengthening the workforce ecosystem. Make ACT Ready for Work your go-to source for ideas to revolutionize your workforce. Provided by the experts. Curated by ACT. Learn more at act.org/readyforworkpodcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
A Quality of Place: The Grow Smart RI Podcast explores what smart growth can mean to the Rhode Island community by chatting with planners, advocates, community leaders, and experts in the field. Each episode will try to answer the question: what does smart growth really mean? This podcast is produced by Grow Smart RI, a 501 (c) (3) non profit organization.
 
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The Inside Racing Podcast

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The Inside Racing Podcast

John Robbins: Business Strategist, Sponsorship Consultant and Motorsports P

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John Robbins: Business strategist, coach and consultant for more than a decade shares his strategies, frameworks, tips and best practices to help you preserve and grow your racing operation. You'll hear from handpicked experts inside and outside the industry as they share their insights, stories and opinions about the business of racing. It's about understanding what goes on behind the scenes at race tracks, with sanctioning bodies, inside race teams and among industry professionals. It's al ...
 
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Ben Kiragu, Chief Executive Officer of Development Management Services and Kenya Country Representative for CIPE joins our Africa team's Senior Program Officer, Lola Adekanye, to talk about corruption within Kenya's private sector. They discuss the highlights, opportunities, and challenges to private sector collaboration when it comes to tackling c…
 
There is no substitute for experience. Yet in this episode, Dennis and Jason share some concepts they wish they had known earlier in their career. Whether you are new in the economic development profession or an industry pro, this show is for you.By Develop This! Podcast
 
It’s a bonus episode! This week, we are joined by our very own Senior Director of Innovation, Geoff Zentz, to launch a new challenge to the tech community: HungerTech. The HungerTech Challenge by AgriNovus Indiana will be a month-long technology challenge looking to use mobile-first technology to improve access to nutrition for people using the Sup…
 
Do you find yourself wondering, how can my community come back from the major disruption caused by the global pandemic and civil unrest? We must now look inwardly in order to rebuild our communities, and help efforts to recuperate and progress economic development once again. Clare Briglio, Executive Director Of Central Eastside Industrial Council …
 
Corteva Agriscience announced Indianapolis would become its global headquarters in March, making them the 4th largest company in the state by market cap and the second publicly-held agbioscience company to choose Indiana in the last 18 months. Susanne Wasson, President of Crop Protection at Corteva, joins the podcast this week to talk innovation in…
 
Imaobong Akpan-Ita and Adia Armstrong from CIPE's Africa team join their Regional Director, Lars Benson, as well as co-hosts Zoe Watkins and Autumn Moore from the Communications Department. This is the latest episode of Democracy that Deliver's "Emerging Leaders" mini-series featuring up-and-coming change-makers. Imaobong and Adia talk about their …
 
As the leader of a nonprofit organization, what do you need to know about insurance lingo? In this episode, Dennis and Jason give a high level overview of some basic terms and coverages that most organizations may need to consider. Also- tune in for some key questions to ask your insurance professional. This show sponsored by Convergent Nonprofit S…
 
Expanding a business is NOT simple. Today we will be diving into the wide and deep world of franchises with The Wolf of Franchises himself. As an industry insider who’s been working tirelessly over the last few years helping entrepreneurs, The Wolf guides business owners into making the right decisions when it comes to transitioning into a franchis…
 
Dr. Jean Encinas-Franco, Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of the Philippines, joins our host Jennifer Anderson from CIPE's Asia and Pacific team. This is the second episode of our series on the Philippines elections, a critical crossroads to elect a set of leaders to navigate the country's road to economi…
 
Do you have an industrial client who needs a building but doesn't want to manage the construction process or own the facility? Kyle Adams with RDC National can help. RDC builds industrial properties to suit and then leases them back to the end client. In this episode, Jason and Kyle talk at the Mid-America EDC Conference about all things real estat…
 
Coco Alcuaz, Executive Director of the Makati Business Club (MBC), one of the largest business associations in the Philippines, joins our hosts Jennifer Anderson and Ryan Evangelista from CIPE's Asia and Pacific team. This is the first episode of our series on the Philippines elections, a critical crossroads to elect a set of leaders to navigate th…
 
How do you know when to take the leap to start or expand your business? Today we are joined by founder and CEO of Equilibria, Inc, Alicia Butler Pierre to help us answer these questions. She’s an organization expert as well as a podcast host, who encourages us to do our best by embracing our natural abilities. We dig into her journey and how she fo…
 
Adam Sachs and Leila Zarifi from CIPE’s own Global Programs department join co-hosts Autumn Moore and Zoe Watkins on Democracy that Delivers’ “Emerging Leaders” mini-series featuring up-and-coming change-makers. We explore their team’s unique mission to incubate solutions for universal challenges, such as digital transformation and youth engagement…
 
What we touch on today speaks to the entrepreneurial mindset, the idea of just doing it, just getting started, and that it's okay to rely on your instincts to get going. We bring on Emily Lau of The Little Bra Company and discuss practical lessons about what it means to run a business. You're going to make a lot of mistakes. And that's all part of …
 
Clean resumes. Companies with strong values. Transparency and communication. These are a few things running through the minds of gen-z talent as they search for internships or early-career opportunities. This week, Gerry Dick from Inside INdiana Business is joined by Field Atlas Ambassadors - Baylee Dwenger from Hanover College and Sriya Nagubani o…
 
The Bloomington-Normal, Illinois area is home to Rivian Automotive's manufacturing facility. This was a massive economic development deal which anticipated 500 jobs but actually created 3,500. In addition, they have added 1 million in SF to the existing facility. Patrick Hoban serves as the President & CEO of the Bloomington-Normal Economic Develop…
 
In the inaugural episode of a new Anti-Corruption & Governance Center podcast series on Private Sector Collective Action hosted by Katya Lysova, two experts on compliance and international trade talk about one of the largest and most sophisticated international anti-corruption coalitions in the world: the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN). Ce…
 
“People who advocate always advocate”. How can one continue to put the issues that are most important forward and to motivate and mobilize, while your business’ current status is unsure of whether it will sink or swim? Gail expresses how leadership in advocacy starts with communication and finding ways to express the message and connect with those …
 
Happy Earth Week! Farmers work tirelessly to be good stewards of the land and innovation enables them to make better decisions than ever before. This week, we are joined by Sustainability Lead at Advanced Agrilytics, Jane Stautz. They talk about data science creating actionable insights for farmers, advancing data precision in the future and the wa…
 
Personal journeys through education and career pathways are often filled with challenges and obstacles, making progress difficult and compromise frequent. Chelsea Williams of Reimagine Talent Co helps us discover the role of occupational identify for career pathway success with tips for job counselors, educators, and employers alike. Resources Chel…
 
The silver shovels were out this week as Elanco broke ground on their new global headquarters west of downtown Indianapolis. CEO of Elanco, Jeff Simmons, made one thing very clear: this is a new era at Elanco Animal Health. The company’s new facility includes many amenities; biggest among them is the epicenter for animal health innovation and the o…
 
Mila Atmos, host of the podcast Future Hindsight, joins CIPE’s Democracy that Delivers podcast to discuss the importance of civic engagement. Guest hosts Hanna Wetters, a CIPE Program Officer for Africa, and Richard Tucker, CIPE's editor, also took part in the discussion and focused on CIPE’s work on that continent.…
 
As the Mid-America EDC Conference in Chicago a couple of months ago, Jason took several pages of notes regarding emerging trends in economic development incentives. In this episode, Dennis and Jason provide their thoughts and context around some of the emerging trends shared at the event. Mid-America Economic Development Council…
 
Podcasts are designed to create a relationship with your hoped for or existing audience i.e your customer, your new demographic, your industry stake holders, your desired niche, etc. Hosts Jesse and Sid bring on their producer of Hack My Business and podcast production and development firm founder, Christina Barsi to talk about how podcasting can b…
 
In this episode we speak with Jonathan Welle of Cleveland Owns and Ellen Vera of Co-op Cincy – two Ohio-based nonprofits that are working around cooperative development and community wealth building. We dig into how both Jonathan and Ellen began working on cooperative development, mission of vision of their organizations, and talk about programs an…
 
Byproduct feed for chickens. Solar panels to power facilities. MPS Egg Farms recently announced a partnership with Kroger’s Simple Truth Brand to bring the world’s first carbon-neutral eggs to the United States. On this week’s episode, Mitch Frazier talks with Sam Krouse, VP of Business Development for MPS Egg Farms. They talk about what it takes t…
 
In the third episode of the "Strengthening Resilience: Global Perspectives" mini-series, CIPE speaks with two organizations: the Quito Chamber of Commerce based in Ecuador, and Fundacion Libertad, based in Argentina. During this podcast, our host Tomas Mandl, Program Officer for Latin America & the Caribbean at CIPE, speaks with Marcos Falcone, pro…
 
On this episode of Democracy that Delivers, our host, John Morrell, and co-host, Aarya Nijat, are joined by Dr. Nishan De Mel, Executive Director of Verité Research. Dr. De Mel discusses Sri Lanka’s debt crisis, Sri Lankan government's response to the crisis, nation-wide and global protests calling for a change of leadership and immediate relief th…
 
In the second episode of the podcast mini-series on resilience, CIPE speaks with the Philippine LGBT Chamber of Commerce (PLCC), an organization dedicated to advocating for policies that support the needs of LGBT-owned businesses. Chairperson of PLCC, Ronn Astillas, will outline the impact of the pandemic on LGBT-led businesses and highlight its wo…
 
The International Economic Development Council has a new chief executive. In this episode, Dennis interviews Nathan Ohle to learn more about his background and his take on the future of IEDC. Tune in for this exclusive one-on-one with the new leader of the economic development industry. More About Nathan Ohle Connect with Nathan Ohle…
 
In times of crisis, the ability of local private sector organizations to weather disruptions so that they can effectively support their members and contribute to economic renewal is essential. During this podcast, CIPE will speak with William Pawlucy from Association Options and Ines Pearce from Pearce Global Partners Inc. The podcast will explore …
 
Understanding the importance of creating a safe experience for her clients and community is an understatement for Sherry Younge. Not only has she kept up with the Covid-19 protocols, and created online spaces for her clients to learn how to cut their own hair through one-on-one coaching sessions but Sherry has made a conscious effort prior to Covid…
 
A new tech platform is giving artisan food entrepreneurs the opportunity to manage their business in one place – from website creation all the way to order fulfillment. This week, Mitch Frazier talks with Mark Josephson, founder and CEO of Castiron. They dive into Mark’s idea for the platform during a High Alpha Sprint Week, creating opportunity fo…
 
How do you build an economic development program that is helpful, simple to understand, and one that also has a significant impact? Brandon Marshall, who serves as the Business Development Division Director for the Wyoming Business Council joins Jason to discuss that very question. They talk building state programs, having a funnel of relevant offe…
 
Jay Garner is a name well known in the economic development and site selection business. His firm, Garner Economics, uses data to help companies and communities make better decisions and strategic action plans. In this episode, Dennis asks Jay about his new book, Economic Development is [Still] Not for Amateurs co-authored with Ross Patten. The fir…
 
We are joined today by Renee King the CEO of FundBLACKFounders, a Black owned crowdfunding platform for Black founders and entrepreneurs. Renee shares how to utilize online platforms and resources in order to obtain the funds your business needs to take off and succeed. She defines the difference between non-dilutive and diluted capital, and how im…
 
Earlier this year, Ivy Tech announced the launch of their Garatoni School for Entrepreneurship and Innovation with the idea that entrepreneurs needed to know better than how to just run a company – they needed to know how to start one, too. This week, Gerry Dick hosts our monthly panel episode with Ronda Taylor, the statewide dean for Garatoni Scho…
 
In this Women's History Month episode of Democracy that Delivers, we welcome Nya Mona Muchemi, Head of Operations at SNDBX and a consultant for CIPE. She also hosts the AfriWetu podcast which takes a deep dive into pre-colonial African history. Muchemi talks with CIPE editor Richard Tucker and Africa Program Officer Ryan Musser about the past, pres…
 
What does it mean to educate, empower, and advocate for your community? Julian Cañete, President & CEO Of The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce, is an expert on uplifting disadvantaged communities. He joins us today to discuss the work of the California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce and how they create a better quality of life for the commun…
 
On this episode of Democracy that Delivers, we are joined by guests Holly Sandalow and Staci Samuels of CIPE’s Anti-Corruption & Governance Center. This is the latest episode in the “Emerging Leaders” mini-series, co-hosted by Autumn Moore and Zoe Watkins from the Communications Department. Holly and Staci explain their backgrounds, why they are en…
 
From a fractured supply chain to an increasing desire from consumers to be more connected to the food they eat, some of the best innovations in agbioscience are birthed in times where opportunities for growth are presented. On this week’s episode, Mitch Frazier is joined by Dave Taiclet and Larry Page from Lewis and Clark Agrifood. They talk about …
 
Unprecedented skill shortages in labor markets across the U.S. often intersect with a desire for Justice System reform that provides pathways for Returning Citizens to thrive. When optimized in a regional workforce ecosystem, Returning Citizens are a high-performing group of working learners to boost a regional talent pipeline. Episode 32 is the se…
 
Episode 31 of Ready for Work is the first of a two-part episode on Preparing Workforce Ecosystems for Returning Citizen Success. Charles Elliot is the Presiding Circuit Judge in Morgan County, Alabama. Partnerships with the community college and economic development leaders across their Work Ready Community help with the pillars of education and ca…
 
In this episode of Democracy that Delivers, host Peter Glover, Program Officer for the Anti Corruption and Governance Center at CIPE, welcomes two leaders in the global fight against corruption. Shannon Green serves as the Senior Advisor to the Administrator and Executive Director of the Anti-Corruption Task Force at USAID, and Brooke Stearns Lawso…
 
Federally funded Adult Basic Education (ABE) helps more than a million and half adults each year earn a high school equivalency, increase basic and employability skills, or improve their English language proficiency. The National Reporting Service governs the College and Career Readiness Standards (CCRSAE) inside Adult Ed. Through an accountability…
 
Declaring that education is about to reach a crisis of epic proportions is a bold statement. In this episdoe, Dennis brings back resident expert Mark Perna to provide the context and support for such a bold statement. We’re at a major tipping point in education. According to a recent survey, 48% of teachers admitted that they had considered quittin…
 
There are new tools and resources available everyday to build up your business online. But how can you utilize technology to your greatest advantage? Anna Latorre is a master of virtual tools and building a business when in-person interaction is not an option. At the height of the pandemic, Anna created an entire business model for thriving online,…
 
Hello Nature and MPS Egg Farms recently announced plans to partner on a $50M Indiana-based specialty fertilizer manufacturing facility. Hello Nature CEO, Luca Bonini, joins Mitch Frazier this week to talk about the company’s new venture. They also talk about the role of bionutrients in a time where fertilizer is economically challenging to farmers,…
 
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