Articles by tag: regulations

Inside the Microschooling Movement

microschooling movement

Homeschooling, charter schools, boarding schools, traditional schools, and private schools are all terms we are familiar with. But microschooling? Probably not. Microschools are typically made of mixed age groups and often contain 15 students or less with teachers serving in a more guide-based role to help students personalize their learning through projects and hands-on…

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Health and Life Sciences at the Edge
Digital Health Technology Policy Across the U.S. and Europe

Making sense of health data, telemedicine, and adopting AI/ML are some of the newest innovations in healthcare. Intel’s Nathan Peper, Head of Strategy and Business Innovations, and Patrick Boisseau, Director General, Strategic Initiatives at MedTech Europe, provided their insight to Michelle Dawn Mooney, host of Health and Life Sciences at the Edge, about the…

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Drone Growth Brings New Maintenance Questions

Both pilots and companies are navigating a thin line between security and innovation. Host Grant Guillot talks with leaders, influencers, and experts across the drone industry to guide us through the complex web of technology and policy in the United States.   The ecosystem of drones includes many aspects. While the technology and the operations are often…

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Diving Into Data
The Sleeping Giant of Data Privacy

Data drives decisions of the worlds largest companies but in a world with constant data, how do you make sense of it? Host TC Riley, puts the world under the lens of data and analytics and explores current news, B2B trends, and popular topics.   The price users pay for consumer electronics is usually not the…

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Food & Beverage
Restaurant Hygiene Standards Should Remain High Even After the Pandemic Fades

Food is serious business. Now, on The Main Course, host Barbara Castiglia will invite insiders on the front lines of food to share their expertise, strategies, and forecasts for navigating the ever-changing restaurant industry.   Restaurants have always placed importance on hygiene. With local, state, and federal guidelines, it was top of mind. However, the pandemic shifted it…

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In the Cloud
Can Blockchain and International Regulations Get Along?

The way we communicate, share data and use technology to act on those insights is changing – and it’s all leading to the cloud. On In the Cloud, every week new experts will engage in a fire side chat and will bring their extensive experience in software, IT and mobile solutions straight to you, offering…

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Food & Beverage
What is Happening to the Food Supply Chain?

Every industry’s supply chain has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, forcing key players to be agile and flexible in response. But what about for the industry that quite literally fuels us all? On this episode of MarketScale Live, host and Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin was joined by Kevin C. Kenny, Chief Operating…

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Fact or Fiction: Do All Boats Show as AIS Targets on Radar?
July 12, 2024

In this latest episode of Icom’s “Fact or Fiction,” Captain Kelly Gordon tackles a common misconception about marine radar systems: Do all boats show up on radar as AIS (Automatic Identification System) targets? Many believe every vessel on the water appears as those distinctive little triangles on radar screens, representing AIS targets. However, Captain…

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AI in content marketing
Generative AI in Content Marketing: Why Creativity & Authenticity Will Make it Work
July 11, 2024

Will 2024 be known as the year AI made waves in content marketing? It sure seems so, with recent AI-driven ads from Toys R Us and Under Armour generating significant buzz online. Not just this: Despite having no official ties to the brand, a mock Volvo ad created entirely by AI has also gone…

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Hiring Made Human: Hiring When You’re a Start-Up
July 11, 2024

The challenges of hiring for a startup have become more pronounced these days than ever. With technological advancements and evolving market demands, startups must be agile and strategic in their hiring practices to ensure success. According to some studies, nearly 90 percent of startups fail, with a significant factor being the inability to attract…

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Focus on the Customer
Fifth Inning – Focus on the Customer
July 11, 2024

In a compelling narrative by Jesse Cole, the Savannah Bananas, a baseball team known for its unconventional approach, has declared advertising dead. Cole emphatically asserts that while advertising may attract customers, it is the fan experience that fosters lasting loyalty. In a bold move, the Savannah Bananas have eliminated all forms of advertising at…

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Why Leaders Need to Implement Drone Technology Now: Drones In America
May 20, 2020

Welcome to this week’s episode of “Drones in America,” a MarketScale podcast hosted by Grant Guillot. Guillot leads the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Practice Team for Adams and Reese, a law firm that practices across the Southern U.S. and in Washington, D.C. On “Drones in America,” Guillot and industry leaders, influencers and experts explore the rapidly growing commercial drone industry…

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The Marking Minute: Formulating Vinyl for Medical Applications with Beth Guinn
February 27, 2020

The medical and healthcare field is one that revolves around trust, and our guest plays a big part in that. Beth Guinn is the VP of Engineered Film Sales at Presco, and she joins host Tyler Kern to talk about how Presco formulates vinyl for various medical applications on this episode of The Marking…

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The Hurry and the Wait of Due Diligence
December 23, 2019

The “diligence” in “due diligence” is one of the most crucial aspects of signage, especially when dealing with multiple municipalities. On this episode of MarketScale’s Pro A/V podcast, Courtney McDaniel, Director of Client Services for Kieffer | Starlite, sat down with Sean Heath to discuss the fact that a quick and thorough start to…

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Propelling: Even with Varied Regulations, the Middle East is Transforming Drone Usage, with Charles Al Rachid of Microdrones
April 2, 2019

Drones are revolutionizing the way that many companies do business all over the world, and that’s not limited to just a few countries. Though everyone feels the impact, not every country handles the growth the same. The United States is under FAA regulation and Canada follows Transport Canada rules; what do the laws and…

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