Episode 532. Jon Cobb, Building a Following on LinkedIn

Jon Cobb, a LinkedIn expert, shares his unique style of posts, which are short, concise, and impactful. His biggest post this year has received 236,000 likes and almost 18 million impressions.  It highlights the importance of leadership and culture change, which resonates with many people due to the timing of layoffs and the appreciation for […]

Episode 497. Jonas Woost, Co-founder of Bumper

Jonas is a media and entertainment executive with a passion for innovating in the on-demand content ecosystem. In 2019 he was named one of British Columbia’s 40 under 40. As a co-founder of Bumper, Jonas uses his 20+ years of experience in the on-demand content space to help podcasters grow their audiences and return on […]

Episode 439: Craig Beal on the Travel Business

Craig Beal grew up in the safari planning business. His parents were the owners/operators of Travel Beyond, a company that planned luxury safaris in Africa.  After attending the US Naval Academy and serving as a US Navy Submarine Officer, Craig and his wife Kay purchased Travel Beyond in 2005. In this episode, he talks about […]

Episode 438: Rob Ristagno on Customer Segmentation

Rob Ristagno is a Harvard and McKinsey alum, he has shared expertise on digital media and e-commerce with CBS, Forbes, Adweek, and Fox. He is now the CEO of Sterling Woods where Rob and his team developed a data-enabled service, Scout X, that has created over $500 million in Enterprise Value for middle-market clients. Learn […]

Episode 394: Rules for Communication

  Drew Kerr is the founder and president of Four Corners Communications, a company that provides pro-active strategic communications and coaching for digital media companies, high-growth startups, and consumer research firms. In this episode, he shares five key communication rules. Drew can be reached through his LinkedIn or website www.four-corners.com. Key points include: 03:52: The […]