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Best Fuzioncommunications podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Fuzioncommunications podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Ian Hannon, MD of Activate Training gets up at 4am to do the "breakfast run" with Dublin Simon, bringing hot drinks and snacks to the homeless in the city as they are waking. Saying "hello" is one of the greatest things you can do to a homeless person he says in this fascinating chat where he shares his own story and how he got involved. He also sh…
 
In this episode, Greg and Alma Brosnan from the Fuzion Communications digital team discuss the very unique and diverse role of social media during this crazy COVID19 crisis. From the early naming and shaming of pubs by the public, the outcry about Cheltenham, packed beaches and parks, to the social media "stars" of official Ireland including Head o…
 
In this fascinating episode we chat with Crisis Communications specialists from across Europe (CCNE) to discuss how each country is managing as each navigates the very challenging job of easing the COVID19 restrictions and safely returning to "normal". We learn that the easing of restrictions is more difficult than a lockdown when it comes to commu…
 
We chat with Joe McNamee, passionate food writer and food critic with the Irish Examiner and other publications as well as being the "ringmaster" of the Grub Circus event. He tells us about the new, free to use, 32 County Irish app, "Eat for Ireland" that he has developed to connect Irish consumers with Irish food producers and restaurants, in part…
 
In this episode the sometimes teacher and always singer/songwriter, Jack O'Rourke, joins me for some big conversations about his life, the big influences, playing piano since the age of just four and new songs during the Covid lockdown. We chat about the huge influence of his folks and their attitude to life and the big moments in his career includ…
 
Making your way in the music business can't be easy and on this podcast the very lovely Liverpool born 23 year old, Sophie Morgan shares her story. Her tour has just been cancelled midway during the COVID crisis, so I was delighted that she took the time to chat about her love of the Waterboys, her early influences, the challanges of being a young …
 
Sean O'Sullivan, Head of Enterprise, Local Enterprise Office South Cork discusses the full range of business supports that are available, including the new supports introduced because of the COVID-19 crisis. We discuss the Business Continuity Voucher, the upgraded Trading Online Voucher, the Microfinance Ireland loans, eligibility critera for each,…
 
Phil Crosby Jr. the grandson of Bing Crosby chats about his life, his very famous family and the chaotic "stories" that follow that name. He chats about his with life with his mum Peggy, living with Dean Martin, his stepdad, Jack Klugman, star of the Odd Couple and Quincy M.E., growing up in LA and then living a life on the fringes, away from every…
 
In this episode we chat with Kieran McGeary, CEO of Cork's 96FM and C103 about the critical role of trusted media during a crisis, including the close relationship with government with COVID-19. We chat about the challenge of getting the message right to the general public, achieving the right balance between dark news and other lighter content. We…
 
Near heart failure due to the extreme pressure of work just three years ago forced one of Ireland's most influential fashion editors, Constance Harris, to make the changes in her life that she had really wanted but would never have made. In this podcast we chat about her early life with her high profile, colourful media parents, Eoghan and Anne Har…
 
On this episode we chat with members of the Crisis Communications Network Europe, who share the experience of the COVID-19 crisis in their respective countries. We can see clearly that great communications can save lives and in each member country we get an overview of where the crisis is currently, we examine the performance of government and medi…
 
In this episode we chat with Lucy Hua, an architect with Irish firm, Wilson Architecture who works for them in their China office. Lucy, who lives with her family in Dalian tells us about their very strict "lockdown" restrictions, despite the city having no more than 20 cases of COVID19 and experiencing no deaths from the disease. One person can le…
 
In this episode we chat with one of the leading economists in Ireland, Jim Power who originally grew up on a farm in Waterford. We have a huge conversation about what is needed to preserve the Irish economy during the COVID19 crisis, his view on the government support package and our ability to recover quickly - he is very optimistic. We also talk …
 
In this episode we chat with David Waldron, Director of Cloud Services with Radius Technologies about remote working, in particular when we are forced to due to the COVID-19 virus. We chat about how easy it is to work remotely, the process for employers and employees and we discuss in detail the practical nuts and bolts including the equipment need…
 
In this episode we chat with Dr.Gerry Waldron, Asst. Director of Public Health in Northern Ireland. We chatted about his role in the NHS, when they feared COVID19 would be a "High consequence infectious disease" in the North, the controversial 'Herd Immunity' approach and the impact of this with the somewhat different approach in the South. Should …
 
In part three of this three part podcast Dr. Orla Flynn reflects on her life, her career and the new role as President of GMIT after spending 33 years at CIT. We chat about moving to Lismore from New York at the age of 11, adapting to life in Ireland, witnessing cruelty in the classroom, experiencing the joy of team sports and then leading teams th…
 
In part two of this three part podcast Dr. Orla Flynn, the new President of GMIT (Galway Meath Institute of Technology) reflects on her 33 successful years at CIT. In this episode we captured a huge (sometimes heated!) and very passionate conversation about Gender Equality, the role of ratios and how the 'Me Too' movement adds an extra challenge to…
 
Ger O'Mahoney, Partner with PwC in Cork was the President of Cork Chamber between 2009 and 2011 when the walls of the Irish economy literally came tumbling down. Greg chats with Ger about his ability to dig deep at this crushing time and to consistently put on a brave, positive face, with an "everything is solvable" philosophy to business. We chat …
 
At the busy unveiling of the redeveloped Dunnes Stores, Jetland store in Limerick I caught up with Paddy Brennan who unveiled a special exhibition '20 Years of Dancing at Jetland' at the shopping centre. In 1963, the Jetland Ballroom opened its doors and operated for 20 glorious years hosting huge acts including Roy Orbison, Johnny Cash, The Everly…
 
At one point the Dwyer family employed thousands of people in Cork city. In this episode I chat with Ted Dwyer who lived through the painful collapse of his family business in a traditional industry that fell during the industrial revolution. We chat about how this early life experience influenced his career choice, his approach to business and to …
 
In this episode we chat with the Chelsea fan and Music Manager, Jeremy Lloyd, the brains and passion behind the Laissez-Faire Club who is representing Allman Brown, Ben Hobbs and Sophie Morgan. We chat about his career, the changing dynamics of the music industry and the "nuts and bolts" of looking after talented singer/songwriters. How do you succ…
 
Greg chats with Paul Sheridan, the founder of the Tour de Munster cycle, which is now 20 years of age! This 400 mile, four day charity cycle has gone from strength and has raised over 2.5 million alone for one of it's partner charities, Down Syndrome Ireland. We chat about what drives him, leadership, the unconditional love of a child, his work lif…
 
Greg chats with the superb singer/songwriter Allman Brown about his life and career to date. Fresh from a tour supporting Dido he has just released his second album, 'Darling it'll be alright', which he will be showcasing on his upcoming tour including Ireland, the UK and Holland. Allman writes beautifully crafted, emotional songs such as 'Sons and…
 
A seventeen year old, football loving young man from a small town in Kerry joins a seminary in Thurles. Six years later at the tender age of 23, he reports for duty as a new parish priest to Salford in Manchester. What does he know about life? In this episode Greg chats with Fr. John Ahern, an unlikely friend (He is a huge Manchester United fan!) a…
 
In this episode Greg chats with Alan Foley, Founder and Artistic Director of Cork City Ballet. The young dancer, inspired by Fame and Flashdance found his way to the Cork Ballet School, run by the renowned Joan Denise Moriarty and he thrived under her strict regime. He gives us a fantastic insight into this special woman, who he clearly adored. His…
 
In this episode I chat with author Clodagh Finn and Deirdre Waldron about the incredible life of Cork woman, Mary Elmes who passed away in 2002 at 92 years of age. Clodagh is the author of "A time to risk all" and she tells us about Mary's unthinkable bravery as she rescued 432 children from prison camps during the Spanish Civil War and World War 2…
 
In today's podcast I chat with Shane McCarthy, the Chief Marketing Officer of Sandboxx in the United States. Shane, a UCC graduate from Killarney chats about how this young company is providing a lifeline to young military entrants through their messaging services. The very passionate Shane connected with me as a young student and I was thrilled wh…
 
Today I chat with my good friend, Development Director with EFM, and former TD, Aine Collins. We discuss her fascinating life and career from a farm in North Cork, to London, to her own accountancy practice and then five years in Leinster House during some of the most turbulent times in Irish history. Her passion for getting things done, for helpin…
 
When the work that you do each day helps to make a huge difference to some of societies biggest problems, that must be at the heart of a Win Happy life. In today's show I chat with the CEO of Social Entrepreneurs Ireland, Darren Ryan who has been with the organisation for 10 years. Darren talks about about his mum the social worker and his sister w…
 
I'm always blown away when I see Tidy Towns volunteers up early on a Sunday morning picking up other people's rubbish. In today's show I chat with Tom Butler, who has been Chairperson of Ballincollig Tidy Towns for the last 20 years. Tom talks about the influences in his life, lessons learnt from his scouting days, lessons from his dad, Jim, and wh…
 
In part two of this two part podcast, Greg chats with the Creative Director of Fuzion, Jonathan Leahy Maharaj, or JLM as many know him. We chat about his passion for design, his love of typography and fonts, the creative process with design for clients, ghost signs in our cities and towns and his love of photography. He also talks about how client'…
 
Growing up in Ireland with an English accent, as an only child, living with mum and gran and being a little bit darker than the rest of us can't have been easy! In part one of this two part podcast I chat with one of the Fuzion gang, our Creative Director and Mr.Nice Guy, Jonathan Leahy Maharaj, or JLM as many know him. We talk about the early days…
 
In this episode we chat with the co-founder of Renatus Capital, Mark Flood, who grew up on a horse farm in County Meath. This self confessed SME loving entrepreneur has had an interesting career, from his early training as an accountant with BDO to quickly switching to equity finance, which led to him taking a huge role with the Racing Post for man…
 
Will Kerry win the All Ireland Final this Sunday and stop Dublin winning 'five in a row'. In this episode we chat with Kerry GAA Legend, Tommy Doyle, winner of seven All Ireland medals, and one of those few greats who came closest to this unique feat. What is his verdict on the big match? Enjoy the show! Other Episodes with Tommy Doyle: How to win …
 
In this episode we chat with Limerick man, Dave Moloney, the CEO of Bothar, the charity that provides support to communities by sending livestock from Ireland. Dave tells us about his career and a small community project in Limerick, that resulted in the formation of the charity. He tells us about how Bothar make a huge difference to communities, h…
 
In this episode we chat with Karen Egan, the VP of Advanced Customer Engagement with VMware. Karen chats about her early life, her love of maths, her time in UCC and the challenge of having a baby at that time and her early career moves that took her to a software company in the UK, and to Apple and Motorola in Ireland. We chat about her career suc…
 
In part two of this two part podcast we chat with Emma Morgan, a senior Fundraising Manager with Concern, a Fundraising Consultant and a Career Mentor. Emma discusses her career, the challenges with her role and we discuss the sector including the importance of trust with the general public. We chat about her consulting work, the importance of prof…
 
Emma Morgan was raised by her grandmother, Rose, who was in her seventies. In part one of this two part episode we chat with Emma Morgan a senior Fundraising Manager with Concern, a Fundraising Consultant and a Career Mentor. Emma enjoyed a very special relationship with her Gran, growing up in Ballyfermot, where she was taught the importance of ed…
 
In this episode Greg chats with the experienced journalist, Brian Mac Intyre, who has just been made redundant for the second time. We talk about the enthusiastic young journalist interviewing Martin Sheen of the West Wing, working in the United States and campaigning door to door for Barack Obama in 2008. Brian chats about his career as a journali…
 
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