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The Future of Food and Protein Alternatives is Sustainability

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Alternative Proteins, produced from animal cells or fermentation, are designed to taste the same or better than traditional animal products at the same or lower price. By 2050, global meat consumption is projected to reach between 460 million and 570 million tons. Cultured meat, which comes from stem cells extracted from living animals, is…

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The Value that Exists in Trades as a Career Choice

A university degree has been the traditional career path method for decades. But things are changing, and trade schools are becoming more popular, with good reason. Trades can offer faster pathways to a career, stable pay, and better flexibility than the normal 9 to 5. As newer generations approach their futures differently, trades are becoming…

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Why Community and Mentorships Are Vital to a Great Business

Hosts Tyler Kern and Greg Crumpton sit down with industry insider Blair Newsham, the President of HSA Mechanical Services, to talk about their experiences in HVAC, the importance of community, and teaching soft skills for long-term leadership. “The next generation is always on my mind,” said Crumpton. As an experienced vet of the hvac…

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MarketScale Announces the Return of DisruptED

MarketScale is excited to announce the return of podcast series DisruptED with hosts Ron Stefanski and Caesar Mickens Jr., Ph.D starting Tuesday April 12th, 2022. “DisruptED” is a podcast that understands the reality we live in. Thoughtful, riveting, and uplifting, the show centers on the disruption caused by the pandemic, technology, and globalization in education….

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Game Changers- Episodes, Season 1
How Will Stadiums & Venues Prepare for the Future?

Stadiums and venues shut down when the pandemic surfaced, but eventually adapted and found solutions to keep sports and live events running Katherine Krohn, Vice President of Business Development for ASM Global, joined Game Changers Host Katie Steinberg to discuss what the future holds for stadiums and venues. When COVID-19 first hit, the focus was crowd…

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Nokia Today: A Peek into the Future of 6G

First, it was 3G, then 4G, now 5G, and now — you guessed it! — around 2030, the world will see the launch of 6G. Nokia Today Host Tyler Kern spoke with Grace Koh, vice president of legislative affairs at Nokia, and Devaki Chandramouli, Next G Alliance (NGA) Steering Group co-chair. Technology leaders will…

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Our Connected World: What is Driving the Acceleration of EV Vehicles?

The trend for seeing electric vehicles (EV) on the road has been on the rise. Sameer Pagnis, President of Global Automotive at TE Connectivity, joined Host Tyler Kern to discuss facilitators and roadblocks in the EV field. A convergence of factors are responsible for increasing EV prevalence. The technology is integrating rapidly, battery-pack density is…

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Ensuring Excellence: Jonathan Yu’s Commitment to Quality Control
June 15, 2024

Meet Jonathan Yu, the meticulous Quality Control Manager at Rentex, Philadelphia. Jonathan helps to ensure project success for Rentex customers by keeping all equipment is in tip-top shape. With the precision of a Jedi, he maintains the highest standards of quality and reliability, bringing unparalleled dedication his role. Join us in celebrating Jonathan’s hard work…

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Resilience in Action: Rodney Krantz’s Operational Expertise
June 15, 2024

Meet Rodney Krantz, the dynamic Operations Manager at Rentex Las Vegas. Rodney thrives in the bustling environment of Las Vegas, expertly managing operations with remarkable resilience and determination. His journey as a cancer survivor adds to his strength and dedication, inspiring those around him. Join us in celebrating Rodney’s unwavering commitment and the vibrant energy…

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Mastering Multitasking: Garrett Millar’s Warehouse Leadership
June 15, 2024

Meet Garrett Millar, the adept Warehouse Manager at Rentex, Las Vegas. Garrett excels at multitasking, expertly juggling numerous responsibilities to ensure smooth and efficient operations. His ability to handle diverse tasks with precision and agility keeps the warehouse running seamlessly. Join us in celebrating Garrett’s dedication and the exceptional management skills he brings to our…

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Tech-Savvy Leadership: Robert Zicarelli’s Warehouse Expertise
June 15, 2024

Meet Robert Zicarelli, the diligent Assistant Warehouse Manager at Rentex Las Vegas. Robert excels in maintaining efficient warehouse operations with a keen eye for detail and organization. His strategic approach to challenges is as meticulous as fine-tuning a high-performance car. Join us in celebrating Robert’s dedication and the innovative energy he brings to our Las…

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Facebook Exec Predicts How We’ll Work 15 Years from Now
April 1, 2021

Andrew Bosworth, vice president at Facebook Reality Labs, predicts that in about 15 to 20 years, mobile phones could be replaced by more advanced VR technology. Bosworth speaks to Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.” —   Host: So take me ahead than 10 years, do we all have? Do we all still have phones and…

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Zoom CFO Kelly Steckelberg Discusses Her Outlook on a Post-COVID World
March 9, 2021

Zoom Video Communications Inc. Chief Financial Officer Kelly Steckelberg discusses the company’s performance during the Covid-19 pandemic and its outlook. Zoom projected annual revenue that would top analysts’ estimates, signaling the video meeting service expects to remain a ubiquitous presence in daily life even as the pandemic recedes. Steckelberg speaks to Emily Chang on “Bloomberg…

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Where the Automation & Robotics Industry is Headed with Mike Cicco of FANUC
October 12, 2020

There’s no industry that wasn’t altered by the coronavirus, and that includes automation and robotics in manufacturing. Joe Gemma of Calvary Robotics tackles the scope of these changes, and what the industry can expect in the future. He welcomes guest Mike Cicco, President and CEO of FANUC America Corporation. “We help solve manufacturing challenges,” says Mike…

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Where the Robotics Industry Is Headed in 2021 and Beyond
September 21, 2020

As the world reopens, the accelerated pace of automation will likely not only pick back up in the United States – it could begin to move even faster. Robots, which have long filled a niche in America in taking on more complex tasks, may actually begin to be leveraged more often for the dull, dirty…

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Gen Z May be Rejecting the Traditional College and Career Paths
August 21, 2020

Amidst a global pandemic, American teenagers remain steadfast in their belief that higher education plays a key role in their future success; however, the education and career paths they are planning to take after high school differ from previous generations. In fact, more than half are open to something other than a four-year degree and…

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Creating a Future in which the World is a Store: Retail Refined
July 7, 2020

In this episode, Melissa speaks with founder Spencer Hewett on how the possibilities of RFID are evolving with RADAR’s speed and accuracy around item-level analytics and autonomous checkout. With the goal of giving retailers the insights needed to understand what is happening in their stores at any given moment, they are helping their partners illuminate…

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Business Casual: Has the Workplace Really Changed Forever in these 5 Ways?
June 4, 2020

The spread of the novel coronavirus and the COVID-19 pandemic have altered the way we collectively view many aspects of global society, and work is among those aspects being critically examined. However, as a new normal begins to dawn, how much will the world’s workplaces actually change? On this Business Casual snippet, hosts Daniel…

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The Future of Dallas Public Transit: High Coverage or Increased Ridership?
February 12, 2020

On today’s B2B podcast we’re joined by John Boyd Jr., a principal of New Jersey-based The Boyd Company, a leader in corporate site selection. John shares his insights with us on the future of Dallas public transit. “Dallas, like many high-growth cities, is dealing with congestion while also experiencing record low employment. Employers would…

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