Best Husbandandwife podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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The Plex Files
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Join a movie loving married couple as they set out on an adventure to watch every movie in their eclectic Plex library, and try to make sense of what they just saw. All genres apply, and sometimes there are guests!
 
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Making Ackers
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On the Making Ackers podcast, hosts Vance and Stephanie go back in time and re-live some of their most memorable marriage moments. They share their survival tips and what they learned, looking back at it now. They don't claim to be marriage experts, but what they have figured out is communication isn't always easy, but it is absolutely necessary. Their hope is to bring a little bit of encouragement to you and your marriage as well. So grab your spouse, sit back, relax and enjoy the making of ...
 
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Making Ackers
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On the Making Ackers podcast, hosts Vance and Stephanie go back in time and re-live some of their most memorable marriage moments. They share their survival tips and what they learned, looking back at it now. They don't claim to be marriage experts, but what they have figured out is communication isn't always easy, but it is absolutely necessary. Their hope is to bring a little bit of encouragement to you and your marriage as well. So grab your spouse, sit back, relax and enjoy the making of ...
 
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The Pitch
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Named 'the best business podcast on startup life' by Fortune. Listen as entrepreneurs pitch to real investors—for real money. In each episode, we take you behind closed doors to the critical moment when aspiring entrepreneurs put it all on the line. While it offers a glimpse into the high-stakes world of venture capital, it’s really a show about human relationships: how people sell their ideas, what makes investors tick, and how these initial conversations can bloom into business deals—or di ...
 
Everything is Temporary is an unscripted podcast with Nick and Lexy DeGroot that documents the transience of life. This podcast is filled with comedy, real life stories, current events discussions, and just raw conversation. #podcast #anchor #follow #listen #applepodcasts #husbandandwife
 
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Spencer Shulem wants people to learn from their mistakes. Also, he wants to help them organize their time. Oh, and he wants to gather data on everything they do. All this is packed into a single pitch for his startup, WeDo. Can the investors dig through all the parts of his business in time to decide if they want to put their cold, hard cash be ...…
 
Ramya Possett and Rachel Lee founded BlueFoot to make tracking the competition easy for massive companies. And they think that what they’ve created is so powerful, it demands a premium price tag. One that takes the investors completely by surprise. Today’s investors are Sarah Downey, Charles Hudson, Michael Hyatt, Jillian Manus and Phil Nadel.…
 
When Khalil Zahar and Tommy Duquette first pitched their boxing workout startup, Hykso, the investors saw a big opportunity. They wanted to know: Could Hykso be more like Peloton, an at-home cycling system that was starting to take off? Three years later, the company is trying to do just that — and it’s been a wild ride. Today’s investors are J ...…
 
Jonathan Kumar pitches his startup, Samaritan, which aims to help people who’ve lost their homes. But can he convince the investors it’s OK to earn a profit off of homelessness? Today’s investors are Charles Hudson, Michael Hyatt, Jillian Manus and Phil Nadel.By Gimlet.
 
Ben Walters came on the show to sell the investors on Feedback, an app that lets restaurants change their prices on the fly. But when Ben shows up in the pitch room, he’s already decided that it’s time to make some changes to the business. Can he get the investors salivating over a startup that’s mid-pivot? Today’s investors are Jillian Manus, ...…
 
Milwaukee epidemics, Jordan Peele, drunken ads, the meaning of misophonia, and the weirdest chicken wings you’ll ever have. Where in the world is Pauly Shore??!
 
After a stellar pitch on our show back in 2017 — one that got $100K in the first five minutes — founder Mike Slagh hit the ground running with his startup, Shift. In this episode, we catch up with him to find out if Shift, a job-placement service for military vets, has continued to dazzle investors. Today's investors are Jillian Manus, Phil Nad ...…
 
COMEBACK EPISODE! *Captain Marvel Spoiler Alert* upcoming movies to review, Alex Jones on Joe Rogan, Ellen Page vs Chris Pratt and more! Listen to get you tamale hookup!
 
Jennifer Brandel of Hearken is pitching a new kind of business. She calls it a zebra: a company that’s driven by a mission — but still wants to make money. And Jennifer’s mission with Hearken is to help journalists do their jobs better. But can she and the investors get on the same page? Today’s investors are Jillian Manus, Charles Hudson, Phil ...…
 
Rama Poola is here pitching his airline ticket business, SkyHi, where customers pay a monthly fee to access tickets on the cheap. But the investors are worried that it sounds a lot like MoviePass, a company that offered a subscription for unlimited movie tickets — and ran into a world of problems. Can Rama convince them that his model won’t bre ...…
 
Catch up with us talking about how we almost died during our recent moves in Wisconsin winter. We review Apex, The Umbrella Academy, The Walking Dead, Pokémon, and more!
 
Ryan Husk wants to take your workplace culture up a notch. His startup, Culture Force, matches companies to “experiences” designed to improve community at work. He says it can be a huge business, but the investors want to know why it’s more than just a cool way to plan work parties. Today’s investors are Jillian Manus, Charles Hudson, Phil Nade ...…
 
Chelsea Brownridge wants to help dog owners keep their pooches safe when they’re out running errands together. Her startup, DogSpot, makes internet-connected dog houses, with features like webcams and A/C, and puts them in front of retail stores that don’t allow pets. Can Chelsea convince our investors that her dog houses are a must-have? Today ...…
 
After losing his shirt on sports betting sites DraftKings and FanDuel, Adam Weinstein decided to flip the script on daily fantasy sports and give everyone a better shot at winning. He’s changing things up using prop bets instead of traditional fantasy teams. But the question remains: Is this a gamble investors are willing to take? Today's inves ...…
 
We discuss the Super Bowl, 21 Savage, Being hated on social media, MK11 Characters, and listen to Nick go through puberty at age 32.
 
After a failed pitch on our show back in 2017, Industrial Organic founder Amanda Weeks was ready for redemption. And she found it, to the tune of $4.2 million. Now she’s back — with a lot to say about how much she and her business have grown. Today's investors are Jillian Manus, Phil Nadel, Howie Diamond, Jake Chapman and Sheel Mohnot.…
 
After a brief hiatus, Laura and Alex are back to talk about the latest Jurassic Park movie. Does it suck as much as the last one? It's quite possible. Subscribe to The Plex Files The Plex Files on Twitter The Plex Files on Facebook Laura on Twitter Alex on InstagramBy The Plex Files.
 
Stay warm with some porn! We talk about porn/sex stigma, the polar vortex, upcoming events, and Resident Evil 2.
 
Zahra Kassam has been on the road in a major way, pitching her startup, Monti Kids. A few months before our show, she pitched on ABC’s “Shark Tank.” Today we find out: Did she win over any investors in her two very public pitches? And how do our investors compare to pitching the sharks? Today's investors are Alexandra Stanton, Sheel Mohnot, Cha ...…
 
Pistol Pete joins the party! We talk about sports ball, ethnic food in the area, comic cons, and more!
 
Tom Impallomeni is here to pitch Tribe XR, a VR app that teaches people to DJ. He’s got a vision for using virtual reality to teach creative skills — but the investors are skeptical. Can Tom convince them he’s putting the right spin on VR? Today's investors are Sarah Downey, Michael Hyatt, Charles Hudson, and Phil Nadel.…
 
We discuss the government shutdown, Clemson being served fast food during their White House visit, Gilette’s new ad, and creative spaces.
 
Debbie Wei Mullin is pitching her pour-over Vietnamese coffee startup, Copper Cow Coffee. The company is already doing well on Walmart’s shelves. But does she have what it takes to take the brand online? Today's investors are Alexandra Stanton, Sheel Mohnot, Charles Hudson, and Phil Nadel.By Gimlet.
 
We talk about homeless people, chores, and going to the doctor.
 
After a frustrating round of fundraising for her company PopCom, Dawn Dickson decided that VC was broken. She opted to take a different route: an initial coin offering, or ICO. But then her best-laid plans got all mucked up ... by Uncle Sam. Today's investors are Jillian Manus, Daniel Gulati, Phil Nadel, and Michael Hyatt.…
 
~Happy Holidayz~ We chat about drug tests and give advice for the holidays. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse review. New Years goals. How Nick got fired on his day off and other stories about being a dumb ass.
 
Yes, someone was actually named ABCDE. Mike McCarthy fire, senior drivers, and more!
 
Josh sits down with the investors to ask about the most memorable pitches in 2018: the good, the bad, and everything in between. The pitches mentioned in this episode are #29 ShearShare, #32 Boundless, #35 Petit Pot, #39 Bluffworks, #41 Shipsi, #42 Bounce, #45 SVRF, #49 Blake’s Seed Based and #51 Cushion.…
 
We rant about Trader Joe’s customers, Twitter targets, and why you should always choose hugs over shaking hands. Featuring an interview with Nadeena “G” from Gaining Visuals to talk about how to have a presence on Instagram and grow a following.
 
This week, The Pitch is live from The Wharton School at the University of Philadelphia. Three of Philly’s most promising young startups take the stage in front of Phil Nadel, Jillian Manus and a packed house for a live pitch competition.By Gimlet.
 
Back in 2016, Sudden Coffee founders Joshua Zloof and Kalle Freese tried to sell the investors on their premium instant coffee. Two years later, we checked back in with Joshua and found that Sudden Coffee is still working out some kinks in the business: trying to find the right customers and nailing the flavor. Today’s investors are Jillian Man ...…
 
Put your bitches on a leash BECAUSE ITS THE LAW! **SPOILER for The Walking Dead finale. Listen to learn what “blackfishing” is and what “butt cherries” are.
 
Wondering what “they-bies” are? Wanna start a Mortal Kombat tournament? Want to vent about customers during the busiest retail holiday? Want to learn how to get started in fantasy football? LISTEN TO EPISODE 3 of Everything is Temporary and shoot us a message!
 
Unfinished Treyarch products and Nick’s gun violence rant
 
The Pitch brings you Without Fail, a new podcast from Gimlet Media where host Alex Blumberg asks people who have pursued incredible things: What worked? What didn’t? And why?By Gimlet.
 
Susan Sierota wants to help dog owners keep their furry friends healthy with her pet-tech startup, Waggit. Can she convince the four investors that her smart collar will win best in show? Today's investors are Alexandra Stanton, Jake Chapman, Charles Hudson, and Phil Nadel.By Gimlet.
 
Founder Paul Kesserwani says we’re all losing way too much money to fees — credit card fees, bank fees, ATM fees. And he thinks his company, Cushion, has the answer: A friendly bot that will battle those fees for you. Can he convince investors that there’s major money to be made in the fee-fighting business? Today's investors are Howie Diamond, ...…
 
Why should you care about blockchain if you’re not a huge cryptocurrency nerd? Bandwagon founder Harold Hughes says it can help you score better seats to see your favorite team — and avoid the risk of walking up to the gate with a fake ticket. Can he convince investors his startup isn’t just a part of the blockchain bubble? Today's investors ar ...…
 
Blake Sorensen has a deathly nut allergy — one that's led to some harrowing trips to the ER. But then he decided that enough was enough. So he started a company, Blake’s Seed Based, to make snacks safe for people like him. Will the investors get on board with his mission? Today's investors are Alexandra Stanton, Jake Chapman, Charles Hudson, an ...…
 
Atomos co-founders Vanessa Clark and William Kowalski want to build a nuclear-powered spacecraft for moving satellites around in orbit. Can they capitalize on all the new money flowing into the final frontier — or will their sci-fi ambitions be too much for investors to stomach? Today's investors are Howie Diamond, Jillian Manus, Phil Nadel, an ...…
 
The college dropout rate is high, and schools are paying the price... to the tune of billions of dollars every year. Marquett Burton says his education startup can help solve the problem. Will the investors agree? Today's investors are Jillian Manus, Phil Nadel, Nicole Verkindt, Michael Hyatt, and Charles Hudson.…
 
Somewear founder James Kubik thinks going off the grid shouldn’t have to mean going out of cell phone range. That’s why he created a device that turns smartphones into satellite communication hubs. Can he convince investors to join him on the trail? Today's investors are Alexandra Stanton, Jake Chapman, Charles Hudson, and Phil Nadel.…
 
Sophia Dominguez is on the show pitching SVRF, an augmented reality/virtual reality startup. But it can be tough to get investors excited about VR, which has attracted tons of hype—without much payoff. Can Sophia convince investors that VR’s time has finally come? Today's investors are Howie Diamond, Jillian Manus, Phil Nadel, and Michael Hyatt.…
 
Finnish entrepreneur Topias Soininen says his startup, Playven, will revolutionize the way people book tennis courts. But first, the investors have to figure out exactly what it is he’s pitching. Today's investors are Howie Diamond, Jillian Manus, Phil Nadel, and Michael Hyatt.By Gimlet.
 
MARTHA!! Laura and Alex talk about the best film ever made in Colorado, museum gift shops, and of course the cokes. Subscribe to The Plex Files on Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-plex-files/id1198015277?mt=2 Follow us on Twitter! https://twitter.com/theplexfiles https://twitter.com/alexdelia https://twitter.com/lauramega ...…
 
Entrepreneur Julie Roth Novack says her party planning platform is exactly what event professionals have been missing. And it all hinges on a secret ingredient—something Julie calls "marketing gold". Now she just needs investors to fork over some gold of their own. Today's investors are Jillian Manus, Phil Nadel, Nicole Verkindt, Michael Hyatt, ...…
 
Cody Candee believes his company, Bounce, is the key to freeing us from the stuff we lug around all day. But can he convince investors that his temporary storage solution isn’t a liability disaster waiting to happen? Today's investors are Jillian Manus, Phil Nadel, Nicole Verkindt, Michael Hyatt, and Charles Hudson.…
 
Amazon is on track to grab nearly HALF of all online retail sales this year. But not if Chelsie Lee’s startup Shipsi has a say in the matter. She wants to give online retailers the ability to compete, by helping them offer super speedy shipping. But it might not be easy with the retail Goliath breathing down her neck. Today's investors are Jill ...…
 
At The Pitch’s first-ever live show, three startups face off: Honeyfi, a budgeting app for couples; CBlocks, a cryptocurrency starter kit; and OpenBottle, an app to help people try high-end wines. But can the investors agree on which company should take home the prize?By Gimlet.
 
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