Tag: Daniel Litwin Video
Lineate’s Elizabeth Gallagher joins host Daniel Litwin to explore how businesses large and small are leveraging custom search tools to get ahead.
On today’s episode, she discusses creative ways to market products like FemiClear that are usually seen as taboo in many industries.
Businesses that rely on networking to generate leads and to secure partnerships may find that social distancing orders have completely changed how they do business.
What if suppliers could instantly gain full access to their entire supplier intelligence, with just one click?
During times of economic downturn, it makes sense that business owners would want to put a little extra money aside for a rainy day or find new room in their budget to help retain their...
This heightened diligence has particularly affected places like newborn ICUs and operating rooms, and even families of patients are being more thoroughly screened and sanitized.
In this unprecedented period, the move toward delivery of food, groceries and more has been accelerated even further.
Dr. Ifeyinwa Kanu shares her perspective on how to provide an environment-friendly and holistic approach towards food waste.
The Community Beer Company Funnel Cake Ale has become wildly popular at the fair, but this year’s cancellation has put a damper on the plans of many fairgoers.
How can parents and teachers best support the educational needs of students, and what resources will that require?
Reading Horizons’ Stacy Hurst and Laura Axtell join host Daniel Litwin to outline how the company’s curriculum is helping shape the future of reading education.
Daniel Litwin was joined by Tristan Pelligrino, Co-founder of Motion Agency and host of the Tech Qualified podcast, to talk about the marketing of technology in the COVID-19 era.
Ian Christopher discusses the problem of food waste, technology of food preservation, and how the pandemic has brought to light the necessity of minimizing food waste.
Travel and airline industry leaders James Larounis, Saniya Shah and Bill Herp explore how Southwest Airline’s scaling back of COVID-related cleaning protocols could have a ripple effect on the rest of the industry.
After 70 years, the Paramount Consent Decrees, which prevented film studios from owning their own cinemas in the interest of preventing a movie-industry monopoly, have come to an end.
Winona LaDuke, Co-Founder of Honor the Earth and former Green Party vice president candidate of Ralph Nader provided expert insight into this topic.
Filmocracy’s Paul Jun and iHeartRadio’s Kyle McMahon explore how AMC and Universal’s new 17-day window before sending films to video-on-demand will impact the rest of the industry.
Chad Severson, CEO of Ergotron, discusses how they have created an office test lab to create the safest collaborative experience possible.
Voice of B2B sits down with the CEO of Social Stance to discuss how brands can improve their social media presence through influencer marketing.
Gyms are being forced to reckon with a difficult question – how can they reopen and provide their customers with the health and wellness experience they’re after without putting them at risk?
The Voice of B2B discusses how influencer marketing allows brands to tap into engaged audiences in a really organic way.
Regular MarketScale contributor Randall Warnas joined Daniel Litwin to discuss the future and limitations of thermal imaging technology.
Modular buildings have been used in numerous industries with great success, but their utilization in hospitality is still in its infancy.
So, what are the challenges of adopting a smart city architecture? One concern remains, privacy.