Katz Kiely’s is the CEO and founder of Beep, a behavioural empowerment platform. She’s also responsible to kickstarting and bootstrapping a marvellous initiative called Frontline.Live.
Frontline.Live is the first national ope
We talk about Hopin:- becoming a double unicorn worth $2.1bn in less than 18 months- hiring 800 people at 40 new people per week- the StreamYard acquisition and integration- the potential threat of Clubhouse if any?On 3rd February Johnny Boufar
Give Back Box® was founded in 2012 by Monika Wiela, who at the time was running an online shoe store. The idea was inspired by a homeless man she encountered in Chicago, who was holding up a sign saying he needed a pair of shoes. Wiela returned
There is a need for a new kind of leadership; one that bleeds personality and rings true to employees and customers alike who crave authenticity. You Lead argues that business leaders deliver superior results, communities of engagement both ins
Sam and Bhushan talked about the future of work and how PwC along with their clients have managed through the covid crisis and more importantly what they plan to do in 2021.We talked about how Bhushan sees 2021 as a more hybrid workplace with e
Charlie Cadbury is the Chief Executive Officer of Say It Now, the award-winning voice technology company, who have teamed up with digital advertising exchange DAX to enable people to respond directly to radio advertisements using their smart sp
Sam and Faisal talked about his recent tenure as CEO of Blippar. Why now is the right time for an Augmented Reality (AR) rebirth and what are his expansion plans globally for Blippar.We also talked about his amazing career from the early days i
Sam talked with Mukul about how this very early beta project fits into the wider BBC strategy across multiple services to act as a trusted public service voice assistant to the vast array of content on TV, Radio and Sounds (podcasts), be it loc
Sam Sethi had the pleasure to interview Martin Steers the station manager at NLive Radio and Chair of Community Radio Awards.We talked about how NLive is continuing to run their station through COVID and what software Martin is using to enable
Sam talks with Nigel Eccles about his new company Flick. A companion app for sports fans who want to watch a game while chatting online with likeminded fans and friends.Nigel talks about how Flick has raised £4m and was growing nicely until Cov
Sam talks with Jay LeBoeuf about Descript’s latest version 3.4 which now includes live transcription, overdub and publishing to the web. This is on top of its already powerful realtime audio and text synchronised editing.
Sam Sethi talks with Tommy Nagra about the BBC Big Night In and how in less than three weeks it managed to put on a live show that raised £70m. We talk about how Tommy started in the BBC and how he helped discover comedians like Sanjeev Bhaskar
Sam Sethi talks with James Minter about the story of his club, Adam Street in London which not been told.James is as self-effacing as he is charming, recounting with warmth the role it played in the dotcom boom.“Adam Street was absolutely amazi
Gustaf is the 'Inventor of the Vagus ECG Test'. He describes himself as a curious, open-minded brain-explorer, engineer and serial entrepreneur.
For more than 25 years he has successfully started, run and exited more than ten companies globa
Formed as a Slack group on March 16th by a couple of ex-colleagues, the code4covid community now counts over 700 tech volunteers: and with other groups joining in, it keeps growing!
The team's mission is to find technology solutions to help pe
Sam Sethi talks with Sarah Frier about why she wrote the book, how Kevin Systrom and Mark Zuckerberg clashed from the start and eventually what led to Kevin leaving instagram. We also talk about the threats to Facebook from Snapchat, Tiktok an
Minter Dial serves as a keynote speaker, conference animator and consultant on branding, leadership and transformation for blue-chip companies, conferences and events around the world.
Minter is an author and filmmaker of award-winning "The L
Nick Dalton is the Executive Vice President, HR for Unilever. He has been in HR for over 30 years, working globally, regionally, and locally. He has also worked in all areas of HR, from leading international negotiations with trade unions to ma
Sam Sethi talks with James Mulvany about how to get started quickly with podcasting. We then talk about some of the challenges of recording, distributing and discovering a new podcast before we finally look into the future of podcasting. Googl
Stephen Pankhurst was the co-founder of Friends Reunited along with his wife Julie.
In 1999, Stephen’s wife Julie, was pregnant with their first child. She had just used the internet to track down her long lost Grandfather that she had never
Sam Sethi talked to Sháá Wasmund about where her name originated from and how she managed to work for Chris Eubank, Sir James Dyson, Sir Bob Geldof all before she was 30.We talked about how she turned down £45m by not working for Michael Birch
Sam Sethi talks with Dr Alasdair Pinkerton and co-host Matt Hodges-Long about the recent UK general election where Alasdair stood in Surrey Heath as the PPC (Parliamentary Prospective Candidate) for the Liberal Democrats.Despite losing to Mr Go
Sam Sethi talks with Dan Wagner about his three startups MAID, Venda and Rezolve. We talked about how he started MAID in 1984, when he was only 20 before the web and search engines really existed. How he came to be the youngest CEO of Brightsta
Andy McLoughlin is a partner at Uncork Capital in San Francisco, focusing on B2B software opportunities.
Uncork Capital is a seed-stage venture firm that commits early, helps with the hard stuff, and sticks around. Really.
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