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Splice celebrates the transformation of media in Asia. This podcast features conversations with people across the global media ecosystem: media startup founders, tech, data and design folks, investors, journalists, media development funders and donors, product managers, and academics. Hosted and produced by Rishad Patel and Alan Soon.
 
In our podcast, we bring to you businesses that are mindful in their practices and processes. A mindful business adopts and employs sustainable social, economic, and environmental practices. Some of our past guests are Redecker, from Germany, MUDD Jeans from the Netherlands, Ricron Panels, Phool Co from India, Alabama Chanin, Reel Toilet Paper from the USA, Hinterland, Unscented Co from Canada, and Desserto from Mexico. We launched our first episode on July the 22nd., 2019 with a new episode ...
 
It is hard trying to find which facial product is right for you, trying to catch up on beauty trends, and even figuring out what the heck is the difference between coconut and lavender dry shampoo. Join Katarina Sibley every Thursday to find out these answers and more! If you love beauty tips, honest reviews, and even a bit of beauty community drama, this podcast is definitely for you.
 
Why, you ask, in the world would you spell Brien B- R- I- E- N? Well, I’ll tell you why- because the E stands for a lot of different things that happen to represent the Ask Brien Podcast. The E stands for EMPATHY, putting yourself in other people’s shoes. EXCELLENCE, because this show exudes excellence. Another E, is the ENGINEER, because you can’t run this show without the engineer. And last but not least, EXPERTS, because you need to be an expert to be on the Ask Brien show.
 
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Rainforests are the earth’s lungs and forests are a huge part of the solution to climate change. But on the other hand, wood is considered a sustainable and renewable raw material. How is that so? We ask these questions to Jonathan Orpin, the Founder of Pioneer Millworks, a company truly focused on the triple bottom line. I visited their plant in F…
 
Jom has been on the Singapore media scene for less than five months. The digital magazine, as its co-founder Sudhir Vadaketh explains, is trying to fill a unique position in explaining Singapore through a critical eye to both local and foreign audiences. Perhaps more interestingly, it's on the scene at a time when government agencies are more open …
 
In the winter of 2012, I had the good fortune of visiting Barefoot College Tilonia - located in Tilonia, Rajasthan, India. It wouldn't be an exaggeration to say that visit was indeed life-transforming. The Barefoot College founded by Mr. Bunker Roy in 1972, is a community-based grassroots organization working to make marginalized communities sustai…
 
Today is Part 2 of Marketing Strategies for businesses. During this episode, we discuss using paid advertising campaigns on social media, knowing the best social media platform for your business, and collaborating with influencers. Gaining knowledge about your target market is crucial to any successful business strategy. This episode provides excel…
 
In this episode, we talk with Jackson Wyatt, CEO of CABN - sustainable net-zero homes. We are in an housing crisis where traditionally built homes are slow to built, costly and inefficient. CABN is net-zero housing for everyone to live anywhere, live sustainably, and live connected. In an effort to making net-zero, sustainable homes available to al…
 
January is a time when many businesses review their marketing strategies or when people decide to create a new business. Knowing how to strategize your marketing is key to building a successful company. Today, we walk through four of the ten marketing strategies for businesses. Traci discusses creating a solid brand identity and what you should kno…
 
What is a passive house? Is it economically feasible? Today we ask those questions of Matt Bowers of Rochester Passive House Consulting, a New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) certified Passive House consultant. He gives us lucid and in-depth insights into how to build a passive house or at least an aspirational passiv…
 
In today’s episode, we are joined by the owner of Industrious Films, Jeff Nicosia. Industrious Films is a turn-key video content provider for clients and agencies, specializing in case studies, testimonials, commercials, tradeshow, and web content, with particular strength in the tech space. Jeff discusses how COVID impacted entrepreneurship and vi…
 
We talk to Patrick Graham, CEO of Unpaste - zero-waste toothpaste. Unpaste is disrupting the toothpaste market with it's Altoids like tablets. It gently polishes your teeth leaving fewer places for bacteria to attach and reducing the formation of plaque and tartar. It is manufactured sustainably with a minimalistic philosophy. Listen more from Patr…
 
In today’s episode, we have the pleasure of speaking with Nicole Alexander, owner of Ivy Alexander. After discovering a box of broken dreams from a family member, Nicole decided to chance her dreams of starting her own luxury bag hook company. She discusses how she built the company from inception to manufacturing and shares her best marketing tips…
 
Each year, industries such as Waste-to-Energy, Cement and Biomass for power generation, send millions of tonnes of thermal residues to landfill. At the same time, these thermal processes produce significant amounts of carbon dioxide that are released into the atmosphere. We talk with Maarten Van Roon, Chief Commercial Officer of Carbon8 Systems. Ca…
 
Malai is a newly developed biocomposite material based on Bacterial Cellulose is grown on water from mature coconuts and natural fibers from the banana stem, hemp, and sisal. A duo of designers and material researchers Zuzana Gombosova and Susmith Susheel have for the last 2 years have been based in Kerala where they continue building a pilot manuf…
 
In today’s episode, we are joined by Stephen Freed and Erik Olson, the founder, and president of Dignity Coconuts. This incredible company was started to create opportunities for communities experiencing poverty. Stephen felt called to figure out a way to help those in the Philippines who typically experience dangerous employment conditions. During…
 
Icewind strives to be a global impact leader in decentralized energy generation through the democratized use of renewable power. Their vision is to contribute to a clean, efficient, and socially impactful energy solution that can be used by anyone, anywhere in the world.​​ Here is the link to our website - https://www.mindfulbusinessespodcast.com/p…
 
In this series Mindful Businesses - Our Sustainable Home, we will document the process and the choices a homeowner goes through in making their home sustainable. Not all choices are often ideal - it has to be a balance between what are the viable options available in the market, the cost and the associated capability in implementing the sustainable…
 
Energy systems need to decarbonise to prevent climate change. There are many solutions to generate energy without using fossil-fuels, but renewable sources of energy are intermittent, depending on how long the sun shines, number of windy days per week - leading to a mismatch between supply and consumer demand. Energy needs to be stored to match the…
 
In today’s episode, we are joined by Branding Expert Sabine Schindlbauer. Sabine introduced the company she works for, WhatIF Foods, and talked to us about their products. Her past role at Red Bull gave her a lot of experience with influencers, so she talks to us about what brands look for in influencers and if this is still an up-and-coming space.…
 
Anupama Chandrasekaran is an audio documentary producer at Newsreel Asia, based in Chennai. She specialises in sound-rich, character-driven audio stories. Anupama has worked across newsrooms in Mumbai, New York, Hong Kong, and Chennai. We spoke about the opportunities behind audio stories and the challenges of building a documentary business -- and…
 
Laminated film is used in a wide range of flexible packaging applications such as food pharma, personal care products, etc. and then disposed off. The annual production of laminates in India is expected to be over 1 million MT with a market growth rate of 15-20%. These are used in your potato chip bags, candy wrappers and varied every packaging sol…
 
In today’s episode, we have Logan Shinholser, founder of Contractor Growth Network (CGN). Logan shares his experience through entrepreneurship, how he started his company and some of his best tips for fellow entrepreneurs. He shares how he helps companies with their marketing strategies and how CGN diversifies itself when working with similar clien…
 
In this episode we talk with Greg Johnson, co-founder and CEO of AquiPor. AquiPor's unique permeable concrete material in conjunction with proprietary engineering technology can transform traditional hard surfaces into stormwater infiltration corridors.The technology utilizes inherently low carbon “cement” and upcycled industrial minerals. This new…
 
Devina Heriyanto is the membership manager at Project Multatuli, a public service journalism collective in Indonesia. In this Splice Pink episode, we spoke with Devina shortly after we met her at Splice Beta in Chiang Mai in November 2022. She talked us through the intricacies of bringing ‘depressing’ reporting around marginalised peoples to a comm…
 
In today’s episode, we interview our very own co-host, Traci! She has a lot of experience with podcasting through owning a full-service podcasting company and being a co-host on a few different podcasts. Traci discusses how podcasts can help grow your business through the potential recession we are facing. Tune in today to learn the best tips for p…
 
Today we are joined by Harj Singh, creator of Loki, one of the first cannabis-based beverages on the market. Loki is a non-alcoholic drink designed to be a healthier alternative for those who don’t want to drink alcohol. We discussed the regulations around a beverage like Loki and the hoops they had to jump through to get started. Harj talks about …
 
How do we know what forest comprises and value them? Presently the forests are inventoried using on the ground foresters data collected by them in 3-5 year cycles.This data collection is costly and often outdated with a large margin of error. Data is also collected by one - off scans, LIDAR and drones can be quickly outdated or has limited accuracy…
 
Today we are joined by farmer and Co-CEO of Azuluna Foods, Ken Rapoport. He talks about regenerative agriculture and how Azuluna Foods uses this style of farming to create fantastic meal-delivery options. He discusses their marketing strategy and how Azuluna Foods converts people into customers. Tune in today to learn about healthy foods and how to…
 
The question we ask - why was meat production industrialized instead plant-based meat production. Plant based meat is far more eco-friendly that meat production. We speak with Christie Lagally, CEO of Rebellyous Foods, who states that most plant-based meat until now were primarily using processes and methods that were an extension of how we would m…
 
In this episode, we are joined by the CEO of Albany Farms, Bill Saller. Bill gives some excellent tips on entrepreneurship and the lessons and challenges of creating a start-up. He talks about COVID and supply chain issues that impacted his latest venture, Albany Farms. Tune in today to learn more about Albany Farms and Bill’s suggestions for new e…
 
Nature is the best teacher. Imagine we use the power power of nature to create a more sustainable, safer, and healthier world. Imagine there existed a fabric that repels bugs, dirt, viruses, eliminates bad odors, self-cleans, and repels stains naturally. That is what Moonlight Technologies strives to create. 100% natural, sustainable, and carbon ne…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Sr. Mortgage Advisor Michael Fawver. He explains why it is still an excellent time to buy a home, even though interest rates have skyrocketed since the beginning of the year. He explains why it is still an excellent time to buy a home, even though interest rates have skyrocketed since the beginning of the year. He …
 
As we start building our sustainable house we look for sustainable alternatives for bricks or pavers and other construction materials. Here is a very creative solution from India, made almost entirely of waste and 2.5 times stronger than regular brick! Let's listen to the episode to find out more! ___________________________________________________…
 
Our planet needs greenhouse gases (GHGs) that help trap the heat and keep our planet warm and without which, the earth would be a very cold place. There are four major components of greenhouse gases (GHGs) - Carbon dioxide, Methane, Nitrous Oxide and fluorinated gasses. But why are GHGs a problem? As the GHGs increases it heats up the planet - even…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Reagan DeLattre, a CPG professional with 113 Industries. Reagan gives us some great information around insights and analysis that companies can use to reach their customers better. Reagan covers what services 113 Industries provides but also gives a glimpse into the tools entrepreneurs, and small businesses can use…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Michael Tashman, founder of Churn Foods. He discusses the transition from being a high-class chef to becoming an entrepreneur. He discusses the challenges that he faced when starting Churn Foods. Tune in today to hear about Michael’s love and passion for butter and some great entrepreneur tips. IN THIS EPISODE: [9:…
 
We talk with Dr. David Stone, inventor of Ferrock - Carbon Negative Building Material. David as a doctoral candidate, at the Arizona State University, researched on how to prevent iron from rusting. It is especially challenging where iron exposed to humidity and oxygen in our atmosphere returns to its natural state - rust. During experimenting with…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Matt Olsen, the Vice President of Torrey Pines Bank. Matt walks through the different types of loans available to small business owners and entrepreneurs. He also discusses the difference between big-name branches and customers’ personalized touch with a smaller bank. Matt gives tips on what is a true bank and a sc…
 
We are joined by Ryan Boudreau, founder of Good Eye Kid. Good Eye Kid is a product photography company focused on the food and beverage space. Ryan gives us some great tips on positioning product photos and the writing portion of the creative business. We talk about why creative is essential when marketing and selling a product. At the end of the e…
 
We speak with John Salzinger founder and Seungah Jeong CEO of MPOWERD, about their company mission and passion to give back. In 2012 MPOWERD created Luci, the first inflatable solar light with the goal of making an affordable clean energy product that people could use in any situation. They create sustainable, affordable, and thoughtfully designed …
 
We are joined by Dr. Anurag Nair who is the director of the Santhigram Foundation. Dr. Anurag Nair educates us on Ayurveda and the position of introducing it as an alternative to modern medicine. Ayurveda is used to create self-awareness, as it helps to uncover many details about what our specific self needs, such as what time to wake up, how to ea…
 
What if there was a new kind of data center that could directly warm homes and heat hot water, instead of a gas boiler? One that could use the energy used in cloud computing, not once but twice, and also take away the need for the additional energy used for cooling? That is exactly Thermify's innovation does. Using energy, twice. We talk with Garry…
 
We are joined by psychotherapist, author, and short filmmaker Kelley Kitley. Kelley talks with us about starting her psychotherapy job and her entrepreneurial journey. She discusses her journey through becoming sober and the pressure of peers telling her not to share her journey. However, sharing her journey made clients feel more comfortable with …
 
Countries must meet their sustainability goals and head towards net-zero. These goals cannot be achieved in silos but need cooperation, trust, and partnerships. We bring two such sustainable start-ups which are from adjacent industries with one firm goal – to reduce the carbon emissions and air pollutants from the air. Today we speak with Angad Dar…
 
We are joined by the founder and CEO of Full Measure Education, Greg Davies. Greg digs into what inspired him to get into the education field and what difficulties he has encountered as an entrepreneur. Greg talks to us about his success with three different start-up companies and dives deep into his latest company, Full Measure Education. He talks…
 
When Tharun Kumar saw the lake where his housing complex empties their sewage burn for 14 hours non-stop, he decided to do something about it. He started asking around and realized that the overburdened municipalities had transferred the sewage treatment responsibilities to the home owners. We chat with Tharun Kumar, founder and CEO of EcoSTP Techn…
 
We are joined by Carl and Jeri Goldman, the owners of KHTS radio station. Throughout this episode, we discuss how they built up the success of their station after taking over from near bankruptcy. Carl and Jeri discuss creating a successful partnership inside and outside marriage while working together. Tune in today to hear how Carl and Jeri have …
 
Every year, 15 Million trees are cut down to produce paper, build homes, and make furniture. From this, millions of tons of wood waste are generated annually. A portion of this waste is recovered and sold to downstream markets to make particle board or wood pellets for energy. The remaining sawdust is either burned - contributing to air pollution -…
 
We are joined by speaker and author Peggy Sullivan in today’s episode. Peggy discusses happiness and what it means in day-to-day life and business. She talks about value management and how focusing on our values pushes us towards our true happiness and joy. Peggy discusses the importance of employees having breaks throughout their day and how emplo…
 
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