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Best Bdc podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Bdc podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Whether you have your BDC, sales floor or a hybrid working leads and phone ups, BDC Colin can analyze your process, make recommendations on how you can sell more cars, assess the sustainability of your team members, provide one time or ongoing training and coaching both in a classroom group environment and one on one, help your BDM or BDD by installing tools and metrics to hold your team accountable, or have an open-house recruiting event for your sales floor or BDC, Call BDC Colin to schedu ...
 
Subscribe now to hear Janice McDonald have Inspiring Conversations with Fearless Women who are trailblazers in business, arts and culture, politics and more. Listen as they share their stories, the challenges and insights into how they’ve been driven to change the world and make it a better place, in whatever arena they are competing in.
 
British Columbia's only daily news show focused on business, brought to you by Business in Vancouver newspaper and biv.com. Join hosts editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe as well as reporters Tyler Orton and Hayley Woodin as they interview Canada's business and political leaders about the pressing issues facing British Columbian businesses and industries today. Join them as they discuss real estate, technology, the resource industries and local and provincial politics.
 
Auto Dealer Live is hosted by David Villa, CEO of iPD. David has over 20 years of experience working in the Automotive industry and is passionate about being a voice of change that pushes the industry forward in a positive direction.In addition to David Villa, Auto Dealer Live also has a terrific co-hosts] in David Cribbs, who began his automotive career in 1989 and to this day remains passionate about the industry that gave him his start.The purpose of Auto Dealer Live is to bring together ...
 
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BIV Today... Pierre Cleroux is the chief economist at the Business Development Bank of Canada. He joins BIV Today to discuss the potential economic fallout from the COVID-19 outbreak as well as why B.C. is poised to be one of the best-performing economies in Canada this year. Tyler Orton hosts, see more at https://biv.com/.…
 
If you’ve followed my content you know I’m a believer that your sustainability is contingent on mastering business development internally. Episode 76 is a sequel to episode 69, “Farming it Out” where I highlight the dangers of outsourcing your BDC initiative. You need to be able to inspect your business development activities and you simply can’t d…
 
Sangita Patel is the host of HGTV's Home to Win, and an on-air personality for ET Canada. Hear about her duo career paths - as an engineer - and an on air personality. Her special friendship with Dwayne -The Rock- Johnson, her special fitness Tuesdays and so much more! You will be seriously inspired!…
 
On BIV Today... On the 10th anniversary of the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, the CEO of the Games, John Furlong, talks about the challenges to bid and stage them and the accomplishments and legacy of the event. He is in conversation with Kirk LaPointe, publisher and editor-in-chief of Business in Vancouver. See more at https://biv.com/…
 
Dealers I don’t care if you call it a BDC, Internet Sales Department or a phone response team, but you do need a team whose primary function is to ensure that you’re not winning because your response is 5-10 times that of recommended guidelines. The fact that dealer #2 would have been the only one of the 4 dealers here that would have realistically…
 
On BIV Today... Three years after Donald Trump entered the oval office and Canadians aren't buying into his worldview. Mario Canseco, president of the public opinion firm Researchco discusses the what Canadians think of the U.S. president. He is in conversation with BIV editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe. See more at https://biv.com/…
 
On BIV Today... Canada's Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade Mary Ng discusses the relevance of the World Trade Organization at a time of uncertainty, rising nationalism and increased protectionism. Next week, Ng will represent Canada at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Hayley Woodin hosts.…
 
On BIV Today... It's a Hobbesian world out there, says Business Council of BC president and CEO Greg D'Avignon – one fraught with heightened uncertainty and competition. D'Avignon joins BIV Today to discuss B.C.'s economic outlook for 2020. This includes opportunities – like the opportunity for B.C. to become the world's low-carbon supplier of choi…
 
On BIV Today... Is the world’s inflationary economic system on a collision course with the deflationary nature of technology? Jeff Booth is the founding CEO of Vancouver-based e-commerce company BuildDirect and the author of The Price of Tomorrow: Why Deflation is the Key to an Abundant Future. He joins BIV Today to discuss his book’s exploration o…
 
On BIV Today... Bryan Yu, deputy chief economist at Central 1 Credit Union, offers his forecast for the B.C. economy amid big infrastructure spending, a crisis in the forestry sector and mixed signals from the housing market. Then, KPMG’s Russ Crawford breaks down what businesses must know about the finalized version of CUSMA and how it will impact…
 
On BIV Today… Bridgitte Anderson joins the show in her first interview since becoming president and CEO of the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade. Anderson discusses her priorities for the board, the challenges facing businesses in the region and how she plans to evolve the GVBOT. Kirk LaPointe and Hayley Woodin host, see more at https://biv.com/.…
 
On BIV Today... 2019 has been a rollercoaster of year, from federal elections to a minority provincial government lasting longer than many anticipated. Mario Canseco, president of the public opinion firm Researchco discusses the political and economic implications of 2019. He is in conversation with BIV editor-in-chief Kirk LaPointe. See more at ht…
 
Johnny, Corey, and Dark Soul follow up their conversation about Dieselpunk Cosplay with discussion about the Halloween traditions that originated in the Diesel era. Support the shows at www.patreon.com/bigdaddycoolshows, or at www.dieselpunkpodcast.com! Connect with us!Facebook: The Dieselpunk PodcastInstagram: #dieselpunkpodcastTwitter: #dieselpod…
 
On BIV Today… Congress and the White House have reached an agreement to approve a new North American trade agreement. Carlo Dade (1:34), director of the Canada West Foundation’s trade and investment centre, discusses the implications for Canada. As Dade explains, there is “next to nothing” to protect Canadian businesses from presidential authority …
 
On BIV Today... Should investors believe all the hype ahead of rosy outlooks for Vancouver real estate going into 2020? Real estate analyst Dane Eitel explains why some may wish to exercise caution before dipping their toes into the market next year. Then, Retail Insider’s Craig Patterson discusses the retail trends we should expect in 2020, as wel…
 
On BIV Today… A new study led by UBC’s Sauder School of Business is among the first to link a specific type of customer behaviour to voluntary turnover on the service industry. Study co-author Daniel Skarlicki – Sauder’s Edgar F. Kaiser chair of organizational behaviour – discusses what the study found, and what it means for retail and restaurant m…
 
On BIV Today... This episode of BIV Today explores why international capital is turning away from Vancouver real estate and moving to investments in Seattle. Jason Turcotte, vice-president development at Cressey Development Group, and Dean Jones, principal and owner of Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty in Seattle, discuss the trend, and the …
 
On BIV Today... Striking CN workers may be back on the job, but operations at the railway company are not yet at full capacity. Sean Finn, CN's executive vice-president of corporate services and chief legal officer, explains how the eight-day work stoppage affected operations, and how the company is planning out its recovery. Vancouver recently pas…
 
Unique work from home opportunity for the right person! If you have BDM or BDD experience along with experience working/desking deals, F&I, Sales Management, Used Cars and are familiar w Dealer Socket, you might be someone we are interested in talking to! Base will be in the range of 40-60k with total comp between 100-150k for a top performer. Bene…
 
On BIV Today... Canada’s complex cannabis laws have the potential to create major headaches for retailers. Vancouver-based software developer Greenline POS is using technology to help businesses navigate the early stages of the nascent cannabis industry through compliance tools. CEO Albert Kim joins the show to delve into the confluence between tec…
 
On BIV Today... Retail Insider’s Craig Patterson joins the show to talk about the influence Black Friday is having on Canadian retailers, the closure of dozens of Lowe's outlets, the return of clothing retailer Aeropostale to almost 100 stores across the country as well as changes going on at Brentwood Town Centre. Tyler Orton hosts, see more at ht…
 
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