Articles by author: Emily Shy

What’s Next in the World of Email Automation?

Greg Norton is a Marketing Cloud Account Executive at Salesforce, and he shared his thoughts about what's next in the world of email and automation, "I could think of it in terms Read more

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Empowering Better Communication among Community Healthcare Stakeholders
April 23, 2021
The challenges healthcare executives and administrators face are constantly changing. Host Kevin Stevenson talks with the heroes behind the heroes that are enabling hospitals, urgent care centers and telemedicine Read more
How a Year of Disruption Bred Unprecedented Innovation in Education
April 23, 2021
How do you extrapolate insights on pandemic leadership, the role of women in EdTech, and the dynamics of Zoom in just over 20 minutes? Listen to Kelli Campbell, President of Discovery Education as she Read more
The Valve Chronicles: Pressure Control Guideline Differences in Aircraft Fueling Operations Between the US & Europe, Part 2
April 22, 2021
  On this episode of The Valve Chronicles’ look at the differences in aircraft fueling operations between the US and Europe, Cla-Val’s Tom Boriack, Global Market Manager for Fueling, and Richard Hooton, Market Read more
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With Global Population on the Rise, Farms Are Getting Smarter
March 28, 2019
The world population is expected to grow by one billion in the next decade. Large agriculture companies are seeking to implement new technologies rapidly in order to minimize loss and meet Read more
The Future of Food Will Be on Display In San Francisco This Week
March 20, 2019
The Future Food-Tech Summit will be returning to San Francisco on March 21-22, 2019. The summit brings together corporates, venture capitalists and startups from all over the world to facilitate Read more
What Automation Means for the Future of Restaurant Employee Training
March 20, 2019
Automation is on the rise in almost every aspect of the restaurant industry. These innovations, while not designed to eliminate human jobs, will certainly redefine the expected skill set of a Read more
Chewing on the Big Issues of the Food Industry at SXSW 2019
March 5, 2019
The South by Southwest Conference (SXSW) was founded in 1987 in Austin, Texas. While the conference began with a heavy focus on interactive industries, as well as music and film, the March 8-17, Read more
How Robotics Companies Became Leaders in Farming
February 26, 2019
There is great concern about the future of agriculture as climate change, population increase, and other challenges put pressure on farmers. Investing in technology that monitors plant and field Read more
The Real Hunger Games: Why Restaurants are Off to the Races
February 19, 2019
In 2019, it is virtually a necessity in the restaurant industry to invest in technology that facilitates mobile ordering. Many restaurants are building on this and trying to utilize all available Read more
Redefining Direct-to-Consumer: How Food Trucks Find You
February 12, 2019
While food trucks may no longer be a “novelty” in the food community, they remain a viable and cost-effective way for chefs to get fresh new concepts to consumers. Many entrepreneurs are still Read more
Super Bowl, Super Feast: America’s $15 Billion-Dollar Weekend
February 4, 2019
On Super Bowl Sunday 2019, Americans were projected to consume 1.38 billion chicken wings—enough to circle the Earth three times. The Super Bowl is the second-largest food consumption day in Read more
Robots Take the Road: How Millennials Get Their Food
January 30, 2019
In January of 2017, DoorDash announced a pilot partnership with Starship Technologies, one of the most prominent companies producing delivery robots. The Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of Read more