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Comstock's Talks is a product of Comstock's magazine, the premier business publication for California's Capital Region. Our podcast features local leaders from varying perspectives brought together to offer unique insight into local issues and provide tangible action items for listeners who want to have an impact on their community.
 
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Sequoia India & Southeast Asia

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Moonshot profiles innovative entrepreneurs from India and Southeast Asia who dare to dream big, make an impact and accelerate change. This podcast shares actionable insights on how to start and scale enduring companies from founders and thought leaders who are helping shape the region’s startup ecosystem.
 
Each week on the Grace Fellowship Church podcast, you'll hear teaching from Senior Pastor Rex Keener or a Grace Fellowship Pastor. Listen for insightful biblical perspectives on topics that will improve your life! Grace is based in New York’s Capital Region, with three locations in the area: Latham, Halfmoon & Saratoga. Our mission is to glorify God by making more and better disciples.
 
OUT TO LUNCH finds Baton Rouge Business Report Editor Stephanie Riegel combining her hard news journalist skills and food background: conducting business over lunch. Baton Rouge has long had a storied history of politics being conducted over meals, now the Capital Region has an equivalent culinary home for business: Mansur's. Each week Stephanie holds court over lunch at Mansur's and invites members of the Baton Rouge business community to join her. You can also hear the show on WRKF 89.3FM.
 
BioHealth Innovation, Inc. (BHI) Founder, President & CEO, Rich Bendis, hosts BioTalk — conversations with some of the most accomplished and exciting business, academic, and government leaders in the biohealth industry. BioTalk enables you to learn from these leaders about issues which can help you grow your business. What are the current trends? Where are industry sectors headed? How do we increase access to capital in our region? Rich and his guests dive deep into these topics and much mor ...
 
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Bonn Park Podcast

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Bonn Park Podcast

Sara Geidlinger and Marshall Ward

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Welcome to Bonn Park, where podcast hosts Marshall Ward and Sara Geidlinger chat in-depth with fascinating people living, working, and creating in Waterloo Region -- an area known as the "creative capital of Canada." Each episode features a different guest, with artists, writers, experts, entrepreneurs, and other creative folk talking about their motivations, inspirations, and aspirations. Marshall is a longtime newspaper columnist who has interviewed Hollywood celebrities and local characte ...
 
EB5 Investment Voice covers the United States immigrant investor visa that attracts foreign capital into the U.S. and creates jobs for American workers. Hosted by Mark Deal with Mona Shah, other attorney guests, and other leaders walk through the program from a legal perspective, business development factors as well as investor return and residency considerations. If you have questions about investment immigration, please reach out to Mona Shah & Associates. Phone: 212-233-7473 Email: info@m ...
 
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A Seat at the Table

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A Seat at the Table

Capital Region Family Business Center

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Welcome to A Seat at the Table, Trials and Triumphs of Family Business, hosted by Natalie Mariani Kling, a 4th generation family business owner. This program is a creation of The Capital Region Family Business Center, a non-profit agency whose purpose is to help family businesses grow and prosper.One thing about being a part of a family business, is that it’s unique. Family businesses often began very simply, with a person who had an idea. Rarely were these people educated in business or fin ...
 
Join Victoria REALTOR Tony Joe along with expert guests helping you navigate the roadmap to real estate in the Capital Region and beyond. From buyer and selling to leveraging your equity and investment properties, this is the information you need to make informed decisions in the Victoria market. The Whole Home Show is recorded at the CFAX 1070 studio in Victoria BC, Canada, where the show airs weekly to the local community.
 
The Capital Marketer Podcast, a production of the American Marketing Association NY Capital Region Chapter, is your home for marketing tips and tricks in the Albany, NY area. The Capital Marketer Podcast features speakers who provide marketing insights at our events and highlighting our members. Questions and comments are welcome: info@nymarketing.org
 
The XA Network (formerly Xoogler Angels) was founded in 2018 as an exclusive investment network comprising senior executives from leading global and regional technology companies. Our mission is to provide smart capital to early-stage companies across Southeast Asia. The XA podcast brings together voices from the ecosystem that powers early stage investing across this vibrant region. Our guests include entrepreneurs, Venture Capitalists and of course XA Network investors.
 
The Familiar Strange is a podcast about doing anthropology: that is, about listening, looking, trying out, and being with, in pursuit of uncommon knowledge about humans and culture. Find show notes, plus our blog about anthropology's role in the world, at https://www.thefamiliarstrange.com. Twitter: @tfsTweets. FB: facebook.com/thefamiliarstrange. Instagram: @thefamiliarstrange. Brought to you by your familiar strangers: Ian Pollock, Jodie-Lee Trembath, Julia Brown, Simon Theobald, Kylie Won ...
 
bluenotes is a publication of ANZ's newsroom, a forum for insights, opinion, research and news about the economy, financial services, investment and society, from within ANZ and outside. Building on ANZ’s position as Australia and New Zealand’s international bank, this publication is home to diverse commentary. While the perspectives have been shaped by ANZ’s business strategy and the experience of its management, bluenotes aims to maintain a dialogue that extends beyond the bank. Now three ...
 
Steps away from Parliament Hill, we are the Voice of Canada's Capital. The issues that matter in Ottawa, matter to us. Whether it is politics or policing, arts or entertainment, we promise to dig deeper and to ask questions that get to the heart of the matter. We are the largest, longest-running magazine in Canada's National Capital Region. To read more, visit ottawalife.com.
 
These are...not optimistic times for most Americans. Across the world, the dangers of climate change and the terror of creeping authoritarianism present an increasing danger to all of us. After covering this degeneration for four years, Robert Evans went looking for hope. He found it in the unlikeliest of places: Northeast Syria, in a region known as Rojava that’s become host to a feminist, anti-authoritarian revolution.When you’ve heard about these folks in the mainstream media, they’re usu ...
 
As Atlantic Canada’s largest networking event for more than 200 startups, entrepreneurs and investors, Invest Atlantic is THE place to help you connect and grow your business. We’re bringing some of North America’s most noted investors, mentors and seasoned entrepreneurs together with the region’s newest and fastest growing companies for 2-days of focused discussions on everything from raising capital, getting collaborative to partnerships and succession planning.
 
Kuan Hoong (KH) is a Artificial Intelligence (AI)/Machine Learning (ML) & Data Science practitioner living in the capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur. He is passionate, curious, and isn’t afraid to keep it real. Each episode KH talks to AI/ML & Data Science Practitioners around the region and dives into relevant and interesting AI/ML topics. Each episode, you’ll get to know more about topics ranging from AI/ML adoptions to tips & tricks to be a better AI/ML & Data Science practitioner. Tw ...
 
Taking you inside TechMedia conferences with interviews featuring speakers including Rand Fiskhin of Moz and Jason Miller of LinkedIn. Each event brings together technology and marketing thought leaders and executives. Founded by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs, TechMedia has been highlighting and networking the technology, entrepreneurial and venture capital communities in the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic since 2001. Through conferences, media, and networking forums, TechMedia’s goal in life ...
 
Dr. Ramesh Ramachandra reveals all of her business and personal growth strategies, explores the entrepreneurial and crisis-ready mindset and shares innovation tips and tricks so you can survive and thrive in today’s age of disruption. You too can have the essential skills, freedom and time to do what you love, whether it's starting your own business, driving the family business, building a social enterprise or working for others in a small local business to leading large multinational corpor ...
 
Africa is the next best first world. This is an irrefutable truth and the reality is revealed by economists. Business potential., on the entire planet is forecast nowhere else than on the Continent of Africa. To make business happen, capital is required. The mistake Africans world - wide is looking for capital when human capital is all the capital the continent needs. Capital is not a piece of paper or a block of gold. People are the best value which makes capital.
 
This is a show on fintech in the CEE region and beyond. Welcome to Fintech Flow, where we deep dive into the depth and complexity of successful start-ups, explore the ways to new capital and draw in the points of views from the incumbents. From Budapest Hungary, Linda Sallai will explore the odd angles, sit down with bright Fintech minds and bridge together the gap in mind-set between the legacy players and today’s innovators. We will learn from each other, learn with each other, link up and ...
 
Join WFSU Public Media and host Tom Flanigan for the live, listener call-in program Perspectives. It's the perfect forum to discuss the issues that concern listeners in the North Florida and South Georgia regions. Tom invites local guests for a one-hour discussion about timely social topics while encouraging listener comments and questions. WFSU relies on listener contributions to make this program an interactive platform for community discussion. There are several ways to get in touch with ...
 
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The Village Square and Leon County Government are co-hosting another in the “Created Equal” series of public forums at The Moon May 26 on the tender tap-dance between election integrity and access and how racial considerations figure into that equation. To provide a preview of the event are: FSU Law Professor Michael Morley; Eliza Chase from The Vi…
 
If the State Department stands for human rights and dignity around the world, then my next guest stands at the center of the State Department. For his career seeing to defend human rights and protect refugees, he's a finalist in this year's Service to America Medals Program. The deputy assistant secretary of State for the Bureau of Democracy, Scott…
 
The Office of Special Counsel has had a busy season. It dealt with a landmark Hatch Act violation case that sent one federal employee home without pay for six months. And it found itself at the center of a federal employee lawsuit over the vaccine mandate. Here in studio with a review, Special Counsel Henry Kerner.…
 
Incoming presidents must make thousands of nominations to fill out their administrations. In the past two decades, national security nominations have taken longer and longer to make it through Senate confirmation. Some slots stay vacant for years. A new study by the Partnership for Public Service looks into why. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucion…
 
If you do recruiting and hiring for your agency, here's a tip. Focus more on what job candidates know how to do, and not so much where they learned it. The Office of Personnel Management is out with guidance on this very strategy. Joining the Federal Drive with more, Federal News Network’s Drew Friedman.…
 
Corey Briscoe is a managing partner and Chief Operating Officer at ABCD & Company, a full-scale marketing and events agency working with both corporate and nonprofit clients. Corey describes how corporations are getting into the conversation on current social issues, explains the importance of bipartisan infrastructure spending, and shares his hope…
 
As the U.S./NATO proxy war in Ukraine against Russia rages, the imperialist establishment is increasingly united behind a strategy of escalation. Brian and Eugene Puryear trace the development of this increasingly hostile approach over the years and decades; and review the most important recent military, economic and political developments in the c…
 
As the U.S./NATO proxy war in Ukraine against Russia rages, the imperialist establishment is increasingly united behind a strategy of escalation. Brian and Eugene Puryear trace the development of this increasingly hostile approach over the years and decades; and review the most important recent military, economic and political developments in the c…
 
Mona and Mark are joined by David Hirson to discuss differing approaches when dealing with the new Regional Center recertification process. Have a topic or question you would like covered on a future episode of EB-5 Investment Voice? Let us know over at https://mshahlaw.com/contact-us/ or using the contact details below. Phone: 212-233-7473 Email: …
 
The Environmental Protection Agency is delaying plans to close a lab in Houston after shuttering other facilities. The EPA at first planned to relocate staff to another facility 400 miles away in Ada, Oklahoma, no later than 2023. Now the agency is pushing those plans back to 2027, citing higher costs than planned to consolidate its footprint. The …
 
The Energy Department has a backlog of nuclear waste clean up responsibilities, with material dating back to World War II. But continuing turnover in program leadership means things just aren't happening. For more, Government Accountability Office natural resources and environmental team Director Nathan Anderson spoke with the Federal Drive with To…
 
The Postal Service is probably the biggest public face for the government’s efforts to supply Americans with at-home COVID tests. But behind the scenes, it’s actually the Defense Department that’s doing a lot of the heavy lifting, specifically the Defense Logistics Agency. The agency’s DLA Distribution arm has been in charge of storing and moving t…
 
On today's episode Brian Becker and Prof. Richard Wolff discuss the report from the Tax Justice Network, a well-known international organization, finding that the United States is now the country with the greatest degree of financial secrecy in the entire world. Banks and corporations move in the shadows, concealing their operations and vast wealth…
 
On today's episode Brian Becker and Prof. Richard Wolff discuss the report from the Tax Justice Network, a well-known international organization, finding that the United States is now the country with the greatest degree of financial secrecy in the entire world. Banks and corporations move in the shadows, concealing their operations and vast wealth…
 
Change is good. Right? Well, maybe not when you tack the word "climate" in front of it. with a changing climate and rising utility costs, the way we design and build our structures and communities is changing to keep up. And while that presents new challenges it also presents opportunities for those who are thinking about and rethinking the way we …
 
Jenna Mayne is the communications and fund development manager at Women’s Crisis Services of Waterloo Region. In the second episode of a special two-part series about WCSWR, Mayne talks about raising awareness and funds, public education, prevention, and hosting the She Is Your Neighbour podcast, where she and her guests explore the realities and c…
 
Doug Leone has led Sequoia Capital for over 25 years, overseeing the firm’s international expansion. Throughout his time at Sequoia, Doug formed partnerships with companies like Nubank, Medallia, ServiceNow and Wiz. He’s seen thousands of pitches and worked with hundreds of founders as they grow and scale their startups. On this episode of Moonshot…
 
The fact that government spends more on services than it does on stuff isn’t exactly new. But even within that services portfolio, federal contracts are increasingly consolidated within a relative handful of market segments. According to a new analysis by Bloomberg Government, about a quarter of all federal contract spending goes toward just six ca…
 
Young, top-notch scientists have a shot at recognition from the National Science Foundation. Each year the NSF names an early-career scientist to its Alan T. Waterman award. This year it named three. For what the award is all about and why the foundation has it, Tom spoke to program manager Gayle Pugh Lev.…
 
Federal contracting comes with more rules, regulations and contract clauses than probably any activity on earth. Now the Labor Department's Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs wants to make one of them a bit easier. It's launched a portal for contractors and subs to certify their affirmative action programs. The Federal Drive got details…
 
The Army’s digital transformation strategy was initially about getting the service to a unity of vision.Seven months later, it’s delivering new capabilities across cloud, data and network modernization.Raj Iyer is the Army’s chief information officer. At the ACT-IAC Emerging Technology and Innovation Conference in Cambridge, Maryland, Iyer tells ex…
 
The civilian and defense sides of the government have taken a big step together, to move the Defense Department's innovative, non-traditional contractors to the mainstream of federal contracting. It takes the form of a deal between the Defense Innovation Unit and the General Services Administration. The GSA is in the midst of moving about a dozen s…
 
Agriculture is both a cause and a victim of the consequences of climate change. In the previous episode of Fieldnotes, we spoke to Renuka Diwan, a young scientist who had founded a startup called Bioprime to help farmers fight adverse climatic conditions through bioscience formulations. of climate change and also suffers from the consequences. But …
 
On the second day of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Japan trip, he attended the Quadrilateral Security summit along with US President Joe Biden, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese. This meeting among these leaders is the fourth in one year – they met virtually twice in March 2021 and 2022 and met e…
 
On today's In the News roundtable, Brian Becker, Esther Iverem and Walter Smolarek discuss how Congress raced to pass a massive $40 billion spending package for the war in Ukraine at the same time as the foreign policy establishment contemplates the possibility of a military confrontation with China. They also discuss the anniversary of the murder …
 
On today's In the News roundtable, Brian Becker, Esther Iverem and Walter Smolarek discuss how Congress raced to pass a massive $40 billion spending package for the war in Ukraine at the same time as the foreign policy establishment contemplates the possibility of a military confrontation with China. They also discuss the anniversary of the murder …
 
The Department of Health and Human Services has some new authorities to hopefully help resolve the nationwide shortage of baby formula. That’s after President Biden invoked the somewhat rarely used Defense Production Act. But it’s not exactly clear how HHS will use those newly-delegated authorities, and how much they could help. Meanwhile lots of q…
 
More and more, the Defense Department's weapons systems must be cyber resilient. Now there's a publicly available webinar for science and engineering people that outlines what DOD calls its Cyber Resilient Weapon Systems Body of Knowledge. The webinar takes an hour to get through. Melinda Reed is director for resilient systems, in the office of the…
 
Some members of Congress believe former President Donald Trump had a conflict of interest. As a private citizen, Trump had leased, from the General Services Administration, the old Post Office Pavilion. It became a Trump Hotel. Now Representative Dina Titus (D-Nev.) has introduced a bill that would require the GSA to terminate any lease with an ele…
 
The Biden administration is setting a higher bar for customer experience across government. But it’s the General Services Administration that’s laying the foundation for those improvements. GSA under a recent executive order is charged with making USA.gov a one-stop shop for individuals seeking federal services. It’s also making digital services at…
 
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