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The new normal, which is a result of the pandemic's effect on the market and economic instability, didn't come with an instruction manual. Expert analysts and economists have been hesitant to commit to providing any forecasting data.In this episode, we discuss the current state of affairs for small businesses throughout the U.S. and how they have been managing despite mandated lockdowns and restrictions. To help unpack this important topic is Thomas Sullivan, Vice President, Small Business Policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Working with chambers of commerce and the U.S. Chamber’s nationwide network, Sullivan harnesses the views of small businesses and translates that grassroots power into federal policies that bolster free enterprise and reward entrepreneurship.Sullivan served under President George W. Bush as the highest-ranking government official charged with exclusively advocating the views and needs of small businesses before government agencies and Congress.
In this episode, Ross Brand of Livestream Universe joins Wagner Live in a discussion about the rise of live video in 2020, driven in part by the recent shift to home offices. Will live video and virtual meetings become the new normal for businesses? At a time when in-person meetings encounters pose a potential health risk, how can businesses leverage live video to grow their brand?A former radio on-air personality and reporter, Ross is a pioneer in the livestreaming field as both a prolific content creator and thought-leader. He has been a featured speaker at Summit Live, Social Media Week Lima, Summit on Content Marketing, Content Creators Summit, and New York University’s Division of Programs in Business.
In this 100th episode of Wagner Live, we are joined by Fernando Pena, SVP, Digital Marketing & Experience at Seacoast Bank. He brings over 20 years of experience in banking, insurance, and investment industries focusing on monetizing and increasing growth within digital channels, deployment of innovative marketing technology platforms, and improving the digital user experience.Together we discuss how digital is affecting the banking industry, what it means to be a community bank today, and comment on what's trending.
In this episode, we are joined by Kerry Feuerman. He is a Creative Director and author of The Five Deadly Sins of Presenting Creative Work. Kerry's past experience includes creative director at Fallon Minneapolis, Vice Chairman and Group Creative Director at The Martin Agency, and Global Creative Director at TBWA\Chiat\Day.He's been deservingly celebrated with awards from the One Show, CA, Cannes, Clios, Art Directors Club of New York, London International Awards, Kelley Awards, Obies, ADDYS, Advertising Festival of New York, IF4 Film Festival.And Kerry has worked with such global brands such as Mercedes-Benz, Citi, U.S. Army, UPS, Saab, Wrangler, Infiniti, Seiko, Nissan.Kerry is the founder of Last Hurdle presentation skills workshops.Learn more at last hurdle.net.Together we will discuss what's trending in business and marketing and learn more about Kerry in the process.
In this episode, we are joined by Jennifer Crittenden. She has appeared on CNBC Power Lunch and has been interviewed by Bloomberg Businessweek, and several other media outlets. Jennifer is also the author of What's A Guy To Do? How to Work with Women.Learn more at discreetguide.com.Together we will discuss what's trending in business and marketing and learn more about Jay in the process.
In this episode, we are rejoined by Robert Solomon who makes his second appearance on our podcast. He is is the world’s leading authority on how to improve creative work by forging and sustaining trust-based relationships with clients, and is the author of the classic guide, The Art of Client Service, recently re-issued by John Wiley & Sons as a substantially revised third edition. Robert runs Solomon Strategic, a firm he founded to provide marketing counsel to advertising agencies, client companies, and individual marketing professionals. Trained as a direct marketer who embraced digital early on, Robert is known for his expertise as a brand strategist and new business developer. He is an expert speaker and workshop leader who also is certified as an organizational and executive coach, particularly skilled in job search.Learn more at solomonstrategic.com.Together we will discuss what's trending in business and marketing and learn more about Robert in the process.
In this episode, we are joined by Jeff Tippett who is a speaker, author, and entrepreneur. Jeff considers himself a motivational teacher.Jeff actively writes blogs and is working on his second book which he plans to publish soon. His first book, Pixels Are the New Ink: 3 Steps To Digital Domination in Your Industry, teaches thought leaders how to make money by sharing information already in their head – online.His second book, slated for late Fall 2018, is tentatively titled: Unleashing Your Superpower: Why Persuasive Communication Is The Only Force You Will Ever Need. His bold statement is that we all live or die based on our ability to persuade. Learn more at targetedpersuasion.com.Together we will discuss what's trending in business and marketing and learn more about Jeff in the process.
In this episode, we are joined by String Nguyen who, for the last three years, has been pioneering videos on social media. Recently she was recognized as a “Top Voice” on LinkedIn and nominated for 30 under 30 Forbes Asia. She produced the award-winning Snapchat channel “Women In Tech”, and amassed over 350 interviews with entrepreneurs and startup founders, like Gary Vaynerchuk, Holly Liu (Kabam) and Hugh Forrest (SXSW).You can learn more about String at stringstory.co.Together we will discuss what's trending in business and marketing and learn more about String, plus a discounted gift to Wagner Live viewers and listeners.
In this episode, we are joined by Morissa Schwartz, owner of DrRissysWriting.com - a marketing and writing company and GenZPublishing.org - a publishing company, which has produced six Amazon bestsellers. She is currently earning her doctorate in literature at Drew University and has a Masters in Communication.Morissa broke a Guinness World Record for creating the World’s Longest Chain of Bracelets, has sung on MTV, speaks professionally about inspiring others through words and entrepreneurship, and was named the “Voice of Generation Z” by Community Magazine. She seeks to inspire others through words and a positive attitude.You can learn more about Morissa at MorissaSchwartz.comTogether we learn more about Morissa and discuss what's trending in business and marketing.
In this episode, Wágner dos Santos discusses how teens are primping and grooming in advance of their video chats with friends and what this means for business.
In this episode, we are joined by Jennifer Crittenden. She has appeared on CNBC Power Lunch and has been interviewed by Bloomberg Businessweek, and several other media outlets. Jennifer is also the author of What's A Guy To Do? How to Work with Women.Together we will discuss what's trending in business and marketing and learn more about Jennifer in the process.
In this episode, we are joined by Morissa Schwartz, owner of DrRissysWriting.com - a marketing and writing company and GenZPublishing.org - a publishing company, which has produced six Amazon bestsellers. She is currently earning her doctorate in literature at Drew University and has a Master's in Communication.Morissa broke a Guinness World Record for creating the World’s Longest Chain of Bracelets, has sung on MTV, speaks professionally about inspiring others through words and entrepreneurship, and was named the “Voice of Generation Z” by Community Magazine. She seeks to inspire others through words and a positive attitude.Together we learn more about Morissa and discuss what's trending in business and marketing.
In this episode, we are rejoined by Robert Solomon who makes his second appearance on our podcast. He is is the world's leading authority on how to improve creative work by forging and sustaining trust-based relationships with clients, and is the author of the classic guide, The Art of Client Service, recently re-issued by John Wiley & Sons as a substantially revised third edition. Robert runs Solomon Strategic, a firm he founded to provide marketing counsel to advertising agencies, client companies, and individual marketing professionals. Trained as a direct marketer who embraced digital early on, Robert is known for his expertise as a brand strategist and new business developer. He is an expert speaker and workshop leader who also is certified as an organizational and executive coach, particularly skilled in job searches.Together we will discuss what's trending in business and marketing and learn more about Robert in the process.
In this 100th episode of Wagner Live, we are joined by Fernando Pena, SVP, Digital Marketing & Experience at Seacoast Bank. He brings over 20 years of experience in banking, insurance, and investment industries focusing on monetizing and increasing growth within digital channels, deployment of innovative marketing technology platforms, and improving the digital user experience.Together we discuss how digital is affecting the banking industry, what it means to be a community bank today, and comment on what's trending.
In this episode, we are joined by String Nguyen who, for the last three years, has been pioneering videos on social media. Recently she was recognized as a “Top Voice” on LinkedIn and nominated for 30 under 30 Forbes Asia. She produced the award-winning Snapchat channel “Women In Tech”, and amassed over 350 interviews with entrepreneurs and startup founders, like Gary Vaynerchuk, Holly Liu (Kabam), and Hugh Forrest (SXSW).
In this episode, we are joined by Kerry Feuerman. He is a Creative Director and author of The Five Deadly Sins of Presenting Creative Work. Kerry's past experience includes creative director at Fallon Minneapolis, Vice Chairman and Group Creative Director at The Martin Agency, and Global Creative Director at TBWA\Chiat\Day.He's been deservingly celebrated with awards from the One Show, CA, Cannes, Clios, Art Directors Club of New York, London International Awards, Kelley Awards, Obies, ADDYS, Advertising Festival of New York, IF4 Film Festival.And Kerry has worked with global brands such as Mercedes-Benz, Citi, U.S. Army, UPS, Saab, Wrangler, Infiniti, Seiko, Nissan.Kerry is the founder of Last Hurdle presentation skills workshops.Together we will discuss what's trending in business and marketing and learn more about Kerry in the process.
In this episode, Jeff Tippett joins Wágner dos Santos to discuss what’s trending in business and marketing and how persuasive communications should not be mistaken with manipulation.Jeff is an active blogger and author. His first book, Pixels Are the New Ink: 3 Steps To Digital Domination in Your Industry, teaches thought leaders how to make money by sharing information online that’s already in their heads. Unleashing Your Superpower: Why Persuasive Communication Is The Only Force You Will Ever Need, is his most recent book. If you go to page 20 in his latest book, you will find a contribution from Wágner dos Santos.
In this episode, Ross Brand of Livestream Universe joins host Wágner dos Santos in a discussion about the rise of live video in 2020, driven in part by the recent shift to home offices. Will live video and virtual meetings become the new normal for businesses? At a time when in-person meeting encounters pose a potential health risk, how can businesses leverage live video to grow their brand?A former radio on-air personality and reporter, Ross is a pioneer in the livestreaming field as both a prolific content creator and thought-leader. He has been a featured speaker at Summit Live, Social Media Week Lima, Summit on Content Marketing, Content Creators Summit, and New York University’s Division of Programs in Business.
The new normal, which is a result of the pandemic's effect on the market and economic instability, didn't come with an instruction manual. Expert analysts and economists have been hesitant to commit to providing any forecasting data.In this episode, we discuss the current state of affairs for small businesses throughout the U.S. and how they have been managing despite mandated lockdowns and restrictions with Thomas Sullivan is Vice President, Small Business Policy at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Approximately 30 years ago virtual office spaces made a splash through the US and around the world with flexible space suitable for startups and entrepreneurs on the move. Also known as executive suites, the first such office was launched back in 1962 but did not gain mass popularity at that time and was limited by the lack of technology that was yet to come. About 15 years ago, co-working spaces launched everywhere and become the new hip trend for startups and enterprise companies looking for a temporary space to launch new projects in different markets.As a result of the pandemic and the new normal of business, millions of people are working from home, taking the virtual office space into a whole new dimension. Many business leaders feel that this may be the way they operate post-pandemic. What does that mean for business operations and productivity? What are the benefits and challenges to be aware of? Our special guest, Daniel Gracia, is an expert in remote workplaces and helps us unveil this new but not so new trend.Dan Gracia is a serial entrepreneur and visionary who has consulted numerous startups while also developing his own portfolio of businesses from startup to sale. His business concentration has been within the areas of cellular, virtual offices, and VoIP (voice over internet protocol).Dan is currently a partner and Vice President of Business Development at Joon. The company provides business telephone services and systems using cloud-powered technology. Learn more at joon.us.
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