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It’s a new world. What happens now in the healthcare and hospital space when infectious disease control is on the minds of billions of people? How will hospitals, senior living communities and their designers respond? What new protocols in the built environment will be implemented to help patients, their families, caretakers and clinical staff stay safe? With compassion and curiosity, host Cheryl Janis, interviews the world’s top wellness leaders and healthcare design professionals who answe ...
 
Welcome to The Proven Principles Hospitality Podcast! This show is aimed at demystifying the inner workings of the hospitality industry, and breaking down the tools, tips and tricks that the world's best run hotels use everyday. Each week you'll find hospitality experts from all corners of the industry sharing insights, best practices and skills needed to help you and your business thrive; all hosted by Adam Knight, Principal at Knowing Hospitality. Knowing Hospitality is a full service hote ...
 
What do the most successful entrepreneurs know, that you don't? Today's most successful Restaurateurs and Restaurant Professionals sharing tips and insights 2-days weekly to help make your restaurant dreams unstoppable! Listen as our guest explain what it takes to be successful in the restaurant industry. We'll discuss topic on how to lead, manage and market a successful restaurant. Join us at RestaurantUnstoppable.com to find show notes which recap all books, services, resources and tools c ...
 
Lifestyle. Music. Entrepreneurs. Great Art and the Artists that Create. A weekly Radio Show & Podcast giving you a peek behind the Music, Entertainment & Hospitality industry Curtain... We explore: Musicians, Design, Entrepreneurs, & Industry Leaders. Great stories aren't told in soundbites. We honor The Story on The Jeremiah Show. Communicate. Listen More. evolve.
 
Get actionable advice and the essential fundamentals of running a profitable 5-star Airbnb side-hustle or full on business. Annette’s extensive background in business operations and Sarah’s experience in high-end hospitality management and interior design make them a powerhouse duo that will deliver high impact content. With almost a decade of combined hosting experience they will not only share their own stories welcoming thousands of guests from around the world but also those of other Sup ...
 
Our top chefs, as you’ve never heard them before. Author Andrew Friedman, one of the nation's chief chroniclers of professional kitchen life, interviews a diverse cross-section of the best and biggest names in the business, bringing his personal relationships and industry knowledge to bear in coaxing personal and professional revelations from his guests.
 
An epic quest to tell the best story possible, in every genre imaginable. 20 Sided Stories is an anthology fiction podcast where hosts Sage, Travis, Jess, Emily, and David bring tabletop role playing games to life. We dive into all your favorite worlds and genres using immersive sound design, original music, and gut-busting laughs to tell comedic, fully-realized stories packed with surprises, mayhem, and heart. But it's all improvised and there's no script; a single dice roll can change ever ...
 
InnSpeak is a podcast for innkeepers and independent hoteliers. We feature interviews & conversations with innkeepers, industry leaders, and marketers all devoted to the business of hospitality. You'll hear from guests that have the knowledge innkeepers need to improve their business.
 
Welcome to GatherGeeks, a place where people passionate about the power of live experiences come together. Join David Adler, chairman and founder of BizBash, as he discusses the latest news and trends affecting event marketers, meeting strategists, nonprofit organizers, and everyone in between. This podcast by BizBash is the destination for information, innovation, and inspiration for anyone involved in planning events and meetings, from conferences, trade shows, and fund-raising galas to pr ...
 
So... You're an Aussie? Or at least enjoy listening to Aussie voices? You're into the Enneagram and personal growth? You're on a spiritual journey? The Nine Design was formed with you in mind! Join a coach and a creative as they explore the nine ways we are designed to reflect the Original.
 
Here’s an Idea is a podcast series from Tech Briefs that goes behind the scenes of today's most innovative technologies and industries. Host Billy Hurley gives engineers, scientists, and industry experts the platform to discuss their process and share their insights. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Nestled: to settle or lie comfortably within. April and Bayleigh are real life neighbors and friends who are striving together to love their community well. The goal of the Nestled Podcast is to encourage other women to love their home, love their neighbors, and ultimately love and serve the Lord. Each week you’ll hear from guests from a variety of backgrounds who are using their unique giftings to serve others well. To live out daily hospitality takes vulnerability. There will be laughter, ...
 
This is a podcast about people. Every week, we have an in depth conversation with a person of interest. We'll talk about how they got here, what they're up to and what motivates them. The goals are to highlight people, share their narratives and dive into what they do.
 
Welcome to Beyond The Table Beyond the Table is a podcast series produced by Tabletop Journal that profiles the heroes of the hospitality tabletop industry. From designers to manufacturers and on to the chefs who have all changed the hospitality tabletop industry in seismic ways. We hope to bring you conversations with those industry heroes whose influence will continue to be felt, not only for today, but for generations to come. Beyond The Table is hosted by Dave Turner, Chief Evangelist fo ...
 
Before medical school you want to help people feel better. Once you start training and get into your practice,whether it is private, hospital-based, institutional, academic or corporate, you discover the distress of toxic work habits, stressed health professionals and bureaucracy. You are in danger of becoming a faceless white coat that doesn’t have a clue how to feel good! This show meets doctors and allied health professionals where they are, from medical school, residency, fellowship, pra ...
 
The Good Practice podcast from Emerald Works is a must-listen for anyone involved in Learning and Development or Human Resources. The weekly show, featuring regular appearances from members of the Emerald Works team, plus the occasional special guest, gets right to the heart of issues affecting the L&D and HR communities. From learning needs analysis and evidence-based practice through to the impact of technology on work and hot topics at industry conferences, get critical insights into the ...
 
Welcome to Season 1 of The Curio-city Collective podcast! Join us every 1st and 15th of the month to talk about well-being in cities across India. There will also be extras from when the conversations spilled over to bring you stories of the people behind the work. Over the coming months, we will explore topics of mental health, sustainable city design and planning, waste management and play in the city.
 
Join How to Be a Better Human as we take a look within and beyond ourselves. How to Be a Better Human isn’t your average self improvement podcast. Each week join comedian Chris Duffy in conversation with guests and past speakers as they uncover sharp insights and give clear takeaways on how YOU can be a better human. From your work to your home and your head to your heart, How to Be a Better Human looks in unexpected places for new ways to improve and show up for one another. Inspired by the ...
 
The Real Estate for Breakfast podcast is a Chicago centric commercial real estate podcast which presents real estate professionals and attorneys to create thoughtful commentary on current real estate issues, explanations of sophisticated real estate problems, current developments, and entertaining discussion. This podcast is the mixture of the real estate business and law. The podcast hosts developers, property management professionals, brokers, attorneys, owners, investors, visionaries, ten ...
 
"Finally! A business podcast that I can relate to!" "Authentic, compelling, and refreshingly honest listening." The Push is a podcast for everyday Australian Business Owners. Business is hard, easy, fun, awful, stressful, or euphoric, it just depends on what day you are asked. This podcast talks about it all, the whole experience, not just the highlight reel. So listen, laugh, and learn with Jack Ferguson as he dives deep with successful business owners and entrepreneurs who are brave enough ...
 
*Webby Award Honoree* First Generation Burden was created in 2016 and focuses on the intersection of immigrants and the creative community. We celebrate the unique and diverse immigrant population in America through longform interviews. Basically, it’s just a bunch of fun conversations with good people. Hosted by Rich Tu. Check out FirstGenBurden.com for all the episodes. Follow us at @firstgenburden and @rich_tu
 
We offer specialist advice and services to help you make the most of your money. Whether you want to grow your wealth in the best possible way, plan for your retirement, protect your hard-earned capital or generate an optimal income from it, our services are built around your needs. We help you reach your goals and meet your needs through personalised advice and a fully integrated, seamless approach to the management of your wealth, both locally and internationally.
 
Tell Me About Yourself is a podcast created - like it's sister-book - for dynamic human beings constantly redefining themselves, their work, and the world around them. It explores the journeys of artists, creatives and entrepreneurs accurately and artfully defining themselves and their successes on their own terms. From challenges and triumphs, to defining moments and daily practices, each conversation provides a personal look at unconventional roadmaps for preserving a sense of self and cat ...
 
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In May at HD Expo in Las Vegas, editor in chief Stacy Shoemaker Rauen sat down with keynote speaker Andrew Zobler, CEO and founder of the Sydell Group. The hourlong conversation touched on everything from working with Barry Sternlicht to starting the Sydell Group, named for his grandmother and known for its collection of brands, including the NoMad…
 
Massive clashes broke out between the Israeli police and Palestinian worshippers who took to Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, as tensions over the pending eviction of some Palestinian families boiled over at the end of Ramadan. At least 205 Palestinians were injured in clashes with police across Jerusalem on Friday, including near the Al-Aqsa mosque, t…
 
This week IAQ Radio+ will be bringing back listener favorite Dr. Ralph "Bad Moon Rising" Moon, a Moisture Mob Associate. Dr. Moon's long anticipated study on the use, interpretation and viability of ATP in the restoration and remediation sector will be previewed this week as Ralph previews to the industry a presentation of his research. The study w…
 
The World Health Organization (WHO) has given emergency use authorization to a Covid-19 vaccine manufactured by China's Sinopharm, making it the sixth such inoculation to receive the agency's green light. The approval of the jab, which was developed with the Beijing Institute of Biological Products, is for all adults aged 18 and over with a two-dos…
 
Germany’s security service in the eastern state of Saxony has officially classified the anti-Islam and anti-immigrant Pegida group as a “proven extremist organization.” The movement came to the fore amid the 2015 refugee crisis. The Pegida movement (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the Occident) is now officially considered an extrem…
 
Germany is set to ease its harsh lockdown rules for those who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 or have recently recovered from the disease — yet it turns out most Germans are not rejoicing at the prospect, a survey found. Four in ten Germans believe that letting vaccinated people outside during a night-time curfew and allowing them to meet oth…
 
The French president has urged nations not to prevent vaccines and the ingredients needed to make them from being exported around the world, as he said that waiving intellectual property rights would not solve distribution issues. Speaking to reporters on Friday on arrival for an EU summit in Porto, President Emmanuel Macron criticized the “Anglo-S…
 
The pharmaceutical industry must provide widespread access to clinical data for new medicines and vaccines, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Coalition of Medicines Regulatory Authorities (ICMRA) have said. “The Covid-19 pandemic has revealed how essential to public trust access to data is,” the organizations said in a joint…
 
Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei has blasted Israel as nothing more than a “terrorist camp” and urged the Palestinians to unite their efforts in fighting Tel Aviv. Israel has “turned occupied Palestine into a base for terrorism,” Khamenei tweeted. “Israel isn’t a county; it’s a #TerroristCamp against Palestinians & other Muslim nations,” he wrot…
 
Vaccination against coronavirus will be mandatory for all employees before attending their place of work, in order to ensure a “safe and healthy” return, the Saudi Arabian government has said. In a Twitter post published on Friday, the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Development said that “Receiving a coronavirus vaccine will be a mandatory …
 
Lay Koon Tan is the founder of Nature Squared, which uses natural materials in its luxury products such as car interiors, pens, homeware and furniture. Utilising manufacturing byproducts that would otherwise go to waste – including bamboo, egg shells, mango skins, feathers and tobacco leaves – Nature Squared has collaborated with the likes of Rolls…
 
Mohamed Nasheed, the former president of the Maldives and the current speaker of the country’s parliament, is undergoing surgery after suffering shrapnel wounds following a bomb blast outside his home on Thursday night. The injuries were caused when a bomb attached to a motorbike detonated as he left his residence late on Thursday, with the explosi…
 
Germany’s health minister has suggested that country has beaten the third wave of Covid-19, which prompted authorities to bring in new restrictions on social distancing, as the pace of vaccinations increases. Speaking on Friday, Health Minister Jens Spahn told a regular weekly news briefing that social distancing measures and inoculations had contr…
 
Human rights groups and Brazilian opposition politicians have denounced one of the deadliest police raids at a Rio de Janeiro favela, which saw 25 killed. They have demanded an investigation into possible extrajudicial killings. Thursday’s raid on the Jacarezinho community in northern Rio left 25 dead, including a drug squad officer who was shot in…
 
Most of the debris from a Chinese rocket will burn up on reentry into the atmosphere and is highly unlikely to cause harm, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said, as the US expresses fears that some of the pieces could hit the ground. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said on Friday that China was closely monitoring the entry of the rocket …
 
The Chinese Foreign Ministry has hit out at Tokyo once again as Japan refuses to respond to international criticism over its plans to dump supposedly treated nuclear wastewater from the Fukushima plant into the sea. Speaking on Friday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin reiterated China’s position that the discharge of nuclear wastewater into t…
 
Turkish security forces have carried out raids across the country’s largest city, arresting eight individuals in relation to suspected links to Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS), according to a state-run news agency. Anadolu Agency, a state-run news agency headquartered in Ankara, said on Friday that at least eight individuals had been detained by …
 
Patients at risk of contracting a severe case of Covid-19 may now be able to get timely treatment thanks to a new method developed by Swiss researchers, who studied the behavior of natural killer T cells in infected people. Detecting and treating life-threatening forms of the novel coronavirus disease before the acute symptoms kick in has been a ch…
 
Our Very Special Guest Today is -Maude Maggart is an American Cabaret Singer and Recording Artist - maudemaggart.comMaude was born and raised in New York City.She began her singing career in West Hollywood at Tom Rolla's Gardenia, the legendary cabaret and launching pad of her mentors, Andrea Marcovicci and Michael Feinstein. Since her cabaret debu…
 
Chef Shota Nakajima is our special guestTop Chef Season 18 - PortlandFollow Chef Shota Nakajima on Instagram @chefshotaTop Chef - Tune in Thursdays at 8/7 central! bravotv.com/top-chefOn Instagram @bravotopchefFrom a story by Tom Sietsema of The Washington Post - The Search for America’s Best Food Cities: Portland, OregonImagine a city where no one…
 
Our very Special Guest is Author Valerie Rice. Her new book is Lush Life, Food & Drinks From The GardenOrder your copy TODAY at Amazon - Lush Life: Food & Drinks from the GardenBy Author Valerie Rice & Photographer Gemma IngallsGuided by the seasons and nurtured by the California sunshine, Santa Barbara-based author, master gardener, home chef, and…
 
While the Russian territory ought to be safe from the impact of the Long March 5B rocket, most of the US and Latin America, as well as Africa, Australia and South Asia may need to beware, according to a map posted by Roscosmos. Roscosmos director Dmitry Rogozin tweeted out a map of the possible area of impact, anywhere up to 41 degrees north and so…
 
The Biden administration’s endorsement of a proposal to waive intellectual property rights on Covid-19 vaccines is facing new opposition from German Chancellor Angela Merkel. “The limiting factor for the production of vaccines are manufacturing capacities and high quality standards, not the patents,” a spokesperson for Merkel said Thursday, accordi…
 
Adults of all ages in Germany can now receive AstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccine, and recipients of that jab can get their second dose as soon as four weeks after their first, German Health Minister Jens Spahn has said. In March, Germany was among the first countries to limit its rollout of the Anglo-Swedish jab to those aged 60 and above amid concerns…
 
In an indictment of Canada’s Covid vaccine distribution strategy, the premiers of two of the country’s provinces have turned to neighboring US states to ensure shots for essential workers like cross-border truckers and teachers. Ontario Premier Doug Ford explored the possibility of stateside vaccinations with Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer on W…
 
A massive police operation in Rio de Janeiro’s Jacarezinho slums resulted in the death of two dozen suspected criminals, one officer, and several injured police and civilians – including subway passengers caught in the crossfire. More than 200 Brazilian police officers raided the third-largest favela in Rio, home to over 60,000 residents, on Thursd…
 
The Cambodian government has lifted the three-week lockdown imposed on the country’s capital Phnom Penh, allowing life in the city to return to normality despite Covid-19 infection rates continuing to climb across the country. The decision to remove the lockdown measures was followed by a warning from Phnom Penh’s deputy governor that residents “sh…
 
German lawmakers have passed a law which will ease Covid-19 restrictions for people who have been fully vaccinated against the coronavirus or who have recently recovered from the disease, in a majority vote. The law was supported by members of the government coalition – Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative ‘Union’ bloc and the Social Democrats –…
 
The chairman of the Works Committee in Lebanon has warned that the country may be plunged into darkness in the coming weeks as money to buy fuel runs out, urging lawmakers to make resources available. Speaking on Thursday, Nazih Negm, the Works Committee chairman and a member of parliament, urged the Constitutional Council to expedite a decision to…
 
The Greek capital has been brought to a standstill as public sector workers protest against new legislation that they claim would restrict employee rights at a time when the economy is struggling to rebuild from the pandemic. Police estimated that as many as 6,500 workers gathered outside the country’s parliament building in Athens on Thursday afte…
 
Rioters have attacked Colombia’s parliament during a demonstration in the country’s capital Bogota. A since-withdrawn unpopular tax reform plan triggered weeklong protests and clashes across the country. Dozens broke through the perimeter fences during a massive rally at Bolivar Square in Bogota on Wednesday and stormed the building that houses bot…
 
Microsoft has announced that it will allow European customers to keep their cloud data within the European Union following privacy concerns about the data being held in the United States. Announcing the company’s “new pledge for the European Union” in a blog post on Thursday, Microsoft’s president Brad Smith revealed that it will allow commercial a…
 
The European Commission president has said Brussels is prepared to look at a proposal to scrap intellectual property rights for Covid-19 vaccines in an effort to accelerate global vaccinations against the virus. Speaking on Thursday, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said the EU would be willing to look at proposals to waive Covid-…
 
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has issued a directive calling on police to arrest people who refuse to wear masks properly after a meeting with his Covid-19 task force where he was the only person seen not wearing a mask. Speaking after the coronavirus task force meeting, the Filipino politician declared: “My orders to the police are those w…
 
If you had the opportunity to purchase a historic home, what would you do with it? James and Jacob created an Airbnb rental, a country retreat, and a hub for fine dining, photoshoots, weddings, and more. The two now own Farrand Hall, a historic estate built by Henry K. Farrand in the magic capital of the world: Colon, Michigan. Farrand Hall was add…
 
The Chinese Foreign Ministry has issued a stern rebuke of the G7 communiqué which reaffirmed the group’s support for Taiwanese independence; Beijing labelled it a “a serious interference in China’s internal affairs.” Speaking on Thursday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin called on the G7 to take concrete action to “promote the recover…
 
Dublin has blasted a reported proposal that London will take unilateral action and introduce a ban on prosecuting Northern Ireland veterans from allegations of unresolved crimes during the ‘Troubles’ as Brexit tumult continues. Speaking on Thursday, the spokesman for Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney announced his government’s disapproval with L…
 
Canada has allowed children as young as 12 to receive the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine. The company said the move will help protect them before the next school year starts. The review of medical data has shown that the Pfizer vaccine is “safe and effective” for younger teenagers, Supriya Sharma, a chief medical adviser to Health Canada, the gov…
 
My guest today is James Reinhart, founder, and CEO of thredUP, an online thrift marketplace. thredUP’s online store is distinct in the way the company touches every product, processing every piece of clothing at their own facilities instead of focusing solely on being a marketplace connecting buyers and sellers. We talk about the competitive advant…
 
Beijing has axed a high-level channel for economic talks with Canberra, blasting Australian leaders for having a “Cold War mentality” after the country canceled two contracts linked to its Belt and Road project. In a harshly worded statement on Thursday, China’s economic planner, the National Development and Reform Commission, said the China-Austra…
 
An international body representing a who’s-who of Big Pharma firms has rejected a US-backed proposal to lift intellectual property rights for coronavirus vaccines, insisting the move will not speed up global distribution. The International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers (IFPMA) criticized the IP plan in a statement on Wednesday, not lon…
 
An Italian court has convicted two US tourists for fatally stabbing a Carabinieri officer during a botched drug buy on their Roman holiday. One of them admitted to the act but claimed self-defense. Both received a life sentence. Finnegan Lee Elder, 21, and Gabriel Christian Natale-Hjorth, 20, were convicted and sentenced on Wednesday for the 2019 m…
 
Scott Alves Barton came up as a cook, then chef, in New York City restaurants, including almost ten years working with the late, great Patrick Clark. In midlife, Scott made a shift to academia, earning a PhD in food studies from New York University, and is now a leading culinary educator, teaching at multiple institutions and participating in myria…
 
Frank Cooper III is the senior managing director and global chief marketing officer at Blackrock, the world’s largest asset manager. Cooper started his career as a lawyer for iconic music labels Def Jam and Motown, before moving into marketing with Pepsico and later Buzzfeed. Today he helps brands decode the “S” in ESG, finding out how they can bes…
 
Germany’s Federal Constitutional Court has rejected urgent appeals to temporarily suspend the country’s night-time Covid-19 curfews, although it has stressed that its ruling does not mean the measures are legally sound. The First Senate of the Karlsruhe-based court said in a statement on Wednesday that the curfews serve a “fundamentally legitimate …
 
Having worked for the likes of Nike, W Hotels, and Ian Schrager, Aaron Richter took a risk when he joined Equinox during a time when the fitness industry lacked design direction. Now, as senior vice president of design, Richter is rewriting the rules of what a guest experience should be. For its brand evolution from fitness clubs to hotels, Equinox…
 
Gary Dollens has been with Hyatt Hotels since 1977, when he took an entry level position with a Hyatt in Oak Brook, Illinois. It sparked his love affair with hotels and Hyatt, specifically, which has lasted to this day. In 2004, he switched from operations to overseeing architecture and design for the brand, while also helping guide Hyatt into an e…
 
Jacobs is a pioneer in the wellness movement, making it a hallmark of the brand. He has hired the best and brightest minds—from sleep scientists to wellness experts—to deliver transformative experiences for guests. His story is equally compelling. He speaks six languages, went to college in Paris, studied art history in Florence, and has lived in n…
 
Richmond International's Fiona Thompson started her career at the London-based firm in the 1980s and returned once again in 1992 as Richmond was entering a new chapter. In the last 30 years, Thompson has been integral in helping the firm grow its hospitality practice, designing notable projects like the Langham Chicago and the Four Seasons Budapest…
 
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