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Lets Talk Supply Chain is not your average supply chain podcast. We feature not just the top of the industry, but also diverse voices from within the community, new innovations and the disrupters making waves in the industry. Don’t listen to the same ol' same ol', be sparked by new ideas and fresh perspectives only on Let's Talk Supply Chain.
 
Geneva Supply is the leader in Amazon strategy and fulfillment. Specializing in product and fulfillment solutions for every area of your business. Geneva Supply has a network of Warehouses, Digital Marketing Experts, and Data-Driven Manufacturers Rep Services to accelerate your growth.
 
Millions of dollars are being left on the table right now by supply chain companies because of poor marketing! It's an epidemic - one I am obsessed with personally destroying through Supply Chain Gold (http://supplychaingold.com) in 2017. What is Supply Chain Gold? A podcast hellbent on delivering actionable marketing strategies and information to logistics and 3PL companies, distribution centers, fulfillment centers, warehouses, and shipping and transportation services so they can ring up m ...
 
Ever dream about buying an online business or building and selling an online business? Since 2007, we've worked with thousands of entrepreneurs who are doing just that or helping others buy, build, and sell online businesses. In this podcast, we are sitting down to talk about their insights and experiences. Whether you are in the world of SaaS, ecommerce, Amazon, content, or any other online business, we will explore how you can scale, build, sell, or acquire assets in the online space.
 
Serial Entrepreneur’s David Schomer and Ken Wilson share tips, advice, and insider knowledge about all things Amazon FBA and E-Commerce. Discover how you can create multiple passive income streams by selling physical products online so that you can have the time and freedom to do what you love - whether that is spending more time with family or traveling the world. Ken and David have successfully created several six and seven figure online business ventures. During the journey, they have had ...
 
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Episode 38 In today’s episode, we will be sharing our story with the audience on how Ken and I found a third-party logistics company to fulfill our Amazon orders (or expand into other marketplaces like Walmart). The background of this episode comes from a conversation that Ken and I had a few weeks ago where we both admitted that finding a 3PL for …
 
Digital Sales Strategy: Overcoming the Barriers to Growth with Tony Verre Joe Lynch and Tony Verre discuss the importance of having a digital sales strategy. As an SEO expert and ecommerce strategist, Tony has significant experience working with clients who are growing their online sales. About Tony Verre Tony Verre is the Vice President, Ecommerce…
 
As the supply chain industry continues to evolve, so too does the technology created to serve it. Increasingly, that technology has come to include automation and robotics; a development which is poised to reshape the field for the next century. What can businesses do to prepare their companies and employees for that evolution? Brian Nachtigall of …
 
Episode 39 In today’s episode, David and I discuss why sales channel diversity is crucial in your eCommerce business. We share some recent stories from our own businesses, some good and some horrible. We also dive into how having the right sales channel diversity can actually make you over 200K if you plan on selling your eCommerce business. Let’s …
 
Why Integrated Supply Chains are More Durable with John Tillison John Tillison and Joe Lynch discuss why integrated supply chains are more durable. John is the SVP in charge of sales and marketing at A. Duie Pyle, a company that specializes in integrated transportation and warehousing solutions. About John Tillison John Tillison began his logistics…
 
We’re back with Episode 4, which I’m sad to say is the final episode, of our “Lessons Learned from Crisis” mini-series, in partnership with Tealbook. Over the course of these four episodes I’ve really enjoyed talking to some of the leaders from Tealbook; getting to understand their platform, how they work and their amazing ethos. And, of course, I’…
 
On this episode of the Quiet Light podcast, we speak with Dillon Carter about his path to launching a wholesale CRM, why he pivoted to a slighted different business model, and how his company helps their clients succeed. Dillon Carter is one of the founders of Aura, a wholesale CRM that helps you with repricing, managing wholesale suppliers, and gr…
 
In today's challenging climate, many companies have struggled to find their footing and have had to play catch up, just to keep up with the industry. But there are businesses that have focused on the right technologies and partnerships to not just weather the storm but grow in spite of it. Rafael Zakinov, Founder and CEO of Ruby Has, shares some of…
 
Hope White is the Founder and CEO of HD White Logistics, Founder of Hope White Consulting and of Logistically Speaking Online. Having previously worked for The Home Depot in various capacities, including inbound/outbound operations, EDI and vendor compliance, inventory control, and transportation, Hope had gained all of the knowledge and experience…
 
Every Salesperson’s Secret Weapon with Jamin Alvidrez Jamin Alvidrez and Joe Lynch discuss every salesperson’s secret weapon. Jamin is an accomplished 3rd party logistics sales leader and coach. About Jamin Alvidrez Jamin Alvidrez has worked in logistics and transportation for the past 16+ years. Jamin’s supply chain and tech adventure has seen him…
 
We’re back with Episode 3 of our “Lessons Learned from Crisis” mini-series, in partnership with Tealbook. In last week’s episode ‘Stay Ready,’ we talked to Tealbook’s VP of Strategy Matt Palackdharry to talk about the importance of good data, the value to be found in transparency and collaboration and why, despite only being founded in 2014, IDC re…
 
On today’s episode, we speak with Justin Christianson, the Co-Founder and President of Conversion Fanatics. Conversion Fanatics helps businesses find additional revenue through conversion optimization strategies. Tune in to hear us discuss exactly what conversion optimization is and Justin’s specific approach to helping companies increase their rev…
 
Winning Strategic Accounts with Mike Neme Michael Neme and Joe Lynch discuss winning strategic accounts, understanding buyer behavior and aligning sales efforts to the customer’s buying behaviors. In the podcast interview, Mike shares his approach to strategic account sales, which has enabled him to consistently win enterprise logistics accounts. A…
 
After spending 16 years in management at Bimbo, part of the Sara Lee Bakery group, focusing on supply chain and purchasing, as well as sales and operations planning, Miquel combined his knowledge, experience and passion to found Solutions & Decisions in 2009. Their mission is to make operations more efficient, reducing costs and creating a clear gl…
 
Supply Chain Basics with Jason Miller Jason Miller and Joe Lynch discuss supply chain basics. Jason is a professor of supply chain at Michigan State University, which is ranked as one of the top supply chain schools in the world. About Jason Miller Jason Miller (PhD The Ohio State University) is a tenured Associate Professor of Logistics and the Jo…
 
We’re back with Episode 2 of our “Lessons Learned from Crises” mini-series, in partnership with Tealbook. In last week’s episode ‘Bad Data,’ we talked to Tealbook CEO Stephany Lapierre about the impact of poor supplier data, some of the biggest lessons learned from the COVID-19 crisis and exactly how Tealbook can help to revolutionize your data sys…
 
On this episode of Quiet Light, we speak with Jon Elder, who had a seven-figure exit and now guides others on their startup journeys. We discuss the start of his Amazon career; his new business, Black Label Advisor; and how he guides his clients to success. Topics: Why he got into an Amazon business. How his conservative spending affected his start…
 
Episode 37 In this episode, we interview personal development expert Karl Sona. Karl is passionate about the hustle with the time management skills to execute it. He is the host of the Free Time Podcast as well as the Chief Revenue Officer of Streamlined Podcasts, a service providing post-production services for podcasters. Let’s dive right in and …
 
This week’s episode of our Women in Supply Chain series features Jenti Vandertuig. Born in India, Jenti got her degree at Madras University in Chennai, one of the oldest and most well-respected universities in India, before moving to the USA and pursuing a career in government. After more than 25 years spent transforming public sector procurement t…
 
The Logistics of Logistics Podcast with Joe Lynch Steve Elwell and Joe Lynch discuss The Logistics of Logistics podcast including its founding, evolution and future. Joe Lynch is the host of The Logistics of Logistics podcast. About Joe Lynch Joe Lynch is the host of The Logistics of Logistics podcast, where he interviews logistics and supply chain…
 
Our new mini-series, in partnership with Tealbook, is called “Lessons Learned from Crisis” – it’s a timely look at how individual businesses, and our industry as a whole, need to learn, adapt and use our findings to inform our shared future. Over the next four episodes, we’ll be taking a closer look at the importance of data, managing risk, technol…
 
On this episode, we speak with Judson Morgan, a Hollywood film producer turned Ecommerce entrepreneur. He is now the Chief Creative Officer of Butter, a video advertising agency based in LA. Tune in to hear about the importance of storytelling in branding. Topics: The most interesting thing about Judson. The importance of storytelling in branding. …
 
Episode 36 In this episode, we will talk about 5 Top Strategies for our Q4 E-Commerce Businesses. Everyone is aware of the inventory problems Amazon is currently facing. Well, with Q4 closing in, we want to give you the best tips and strategies on how you can maximize your sales during this season and after. Let’s start digging into these five stra…
 
Tax – for many of us, it can be a word that strikes fear into the heart of our businesses! Global tax is a complex area of expertise, that often isn’t linked as closely as it should be to operations and decision-making. Enter Global Tax Focus. Their goal is to help you see the global landscape of an enterprise by focusing on the intersection of ope…
 
The Ecommerce Lifecycle with AJ Khanijow AJ Khanijow and Joe Lynch discuss the the ecommerce lifecycle. As the founder of an ecommerce fulfillment company, AJ works closely with ecommerce companies and is an expert in ecommerce fulfillment. About AJ Khanijow AJ Khanijow is the founder of Fulfyld, a warehousing and fulfillment company based in Hunts…
 
I’m so sad to say that this is the final episode in our ‘You Won’t Believe What We’ve Seen’ mini-series, in partnership with SQA services. But over the course of these four episodes we’ve had a blast! We’ve chatted to some inspirational people, learned a lot and heard some amazing stories – we really can't believe what they’ve seen! I hope you’ve e…
 
The Logistics of Building a Brand with Chip Humitz Joe Lynch and Chip Humitz discuss the logistics of brand building. As a top marketing and branding strategist, Chip explains the key elements of brand building and how it relates to the transportation and logistics space. About Chip Humitz Chip Humitz is the Marketing and Strategy Director at LUDWI…
 
On this episode of our podcast, we speak with Kellianne Fedio, an Amazon consultant. She discusses selling her previous business for seven figures and the creation of her new podcast. Her journey is long and interesting, with a lot of twists and turns. Here, she shares her entire story and offers great advice to those who want to follow in her foot…
 
Episode 35 In this episode, we will talk about the latest and greatest news that is happening in the e-commerce world. Big names in the industry are making noise from Amazon to Walmart and even Shopify. Some of them are suffering, while others are emerging. How will the market play out when the pandemic is all over? Let’s dive into this episode and…
 
Development of the Omnae Platform began fairly recently, in 2016, with a small team and a big vision. Harnessing over 30 years of deep industry experience, Omnae’s mission was to build a network and service that was bigger than just manufacturing; to create a technology that was both industry and country agnostic, with the goal of connecting every …
 
ALS Sucks with Larry Cepuran Larry Cepuran and Joe Lynch talk about how ALS sucks and there is still no cure and few treatments for this awful disease. Larry Cepuran is a friend of Joe's who has been diagnosed with ALS, which is sometimes referred to as Lou Gehrig's disease. ALS stands for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Donate to ALS TDI About ALS …
 
We’re back with Episode 3 of our ‘You Won’t Believe What We’ve Seen’ mini-series, in partnership with SQA services, and I’m sure you’re enjoying it just as much as I am. In last week’s episode ‘Saving Lives’, we were joined by SQA founder and President Mike McKay, as well as the President & CEO of Civica Rx Martin VanTrieste, to talk about supply c…
 
On this episode of the Quiet Light podcast, we have the opportunity to speak with Jesse Kaufman, the CEO and founder of Shipping Tree. Though Amazon sellers often use that company’s fulfillment services, some people engage a third party. 3PL’s can do everything from start to finish or they can merely be used as a prep center. Regardless of how you …
 
Episode 34 Josh Bauerle, CPA is a tax accountant and founder of CPA on Fire. Josh worked in a wide variety of accounting and advising positions prior starting CPA On Fire in December of 2012. His passion is working with entrepreneurs to help them maximize their profits and minimize their tax liability. On this episode, we dive into the following to…
 
Founder and CEO of Tive, Krenar Komoni, has what can only be described as an impressive career, with more than 10 years spent in the wireless industry gaining expertise in chip design and business development. He worked with BitWave Semiconductor, where he developed the world’s first 2G+3G+LTE radio in a single chip, Eta Devices – an MIT-based star…
 
Ann Holm and Joe Lynch discuss developing grit, which is having perseverance and passion for long-term goals. Grit is often recognized as one of the keys to success. About Ann Holm Ann C. Holm, MS, PCC, is a Professional Certified Coach specializing in executive, career, and sales coaching. In addition to being a certified Master practitioner of th…
 
Transforming the Shipper, Freight Forwarder Relationship with Sarah Barnes-Humphrey Sarah Barnes-Humphrey and Joe Lynch discuss transforming the shipper, freight forwarder relationship. As the founder of a company designed to connect shippers and freight forwarders, Sarah understands the dynamics of the shipper, freight forwarder relationship. Abou…
 
I hope you’re enjoying our fascinating ‘You Won’t Believe What We’ve Seen’ mini-series, in partnership with SQA services. In last week’s episode ‘Mission Control’ (insert link), we talked to SQA founder and President Mike McKay, and industry professional and advisor to SQA Jeff Luckey, and delved into the incredible world of aircraft and aerospace.…
 
On this episode of the Quiet Light podcast, we talk to Phillip Rivers (not the quarterback). We get into why email is the unsung hero of E-commerce businesses. In his experience, thirty percent of your revenue should come from email connections. Tune in to her more on Phillip’s thoughts about the power of email in E-commerce. Topics: Phillip’s back…
 
Episode 33 Anna Hill, CPA is an accountant for creators and online sellers. She is the founder of Accounting We Will Go. After spending years working in the corporate sector Anna realized she had a passion for working with entrepreneurs, specifically, creators and those who sell online via platforms such as Etsy, Amazon, Shopify, etc. On this episo…
 
Back in 2001, Optessa Founder Srinivas (Vasu) Netrakanti identified an important but poorly served niche: to provide high quality planning and scheduling solutions that truly addressed industry needs. And as a management graduate and highly successful serial entrepreneur, he had the knowledge, experience and courage to deliver it. Vasu partnered wi…
 
The Customer is the Hero with Tom Augenthaler Joe Lynch and Tom Augenthaler discuss why the customer is the hero. As the founder of an influencer marketing company, Tom helps companies tell stories that make the customer the hero. Having customers and influencers talk positively about your company is one of the best ways to attract and win new busi…
 
I’m incredibly excited to bring you a brand new 4-part series, in partnership with SQA Services. SQA Services has over 25 years’ experience and is now widely recognized as a flexible global resource and a proven solution provider for today’s complex supply environments. I’ve gotten to know them over the past few months and their industry knowledge,…
 
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