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Tyler Brûlé talks to inspirational chief executives and chief operating officers from the world’s biggest players in finance, retail, healthcare, aviation and more in a special season of Monocle 24’s flagship, long-form interview programme. Do you want to know how the finest global businesses are successfully navigating a course through the pandemic? Then join Monocle’s editor-in-chief and a stellar cast of c-suite leaders for practical advice on steering a business through unprecedented vol ...
 
The Sports Tech Research Podcast provides you with the latest insights coming from academic and non-academic experts working at universities, innovation centers, business schools, companies, startups, federations, etc. We mainly talk about research related expertise and centers, multi-disciplinary collaborations, licensing and spin-offs, validation research or implementation of technologies within sports & society. Tune in to learn from the most innovative academic and industry professionals ...
 
“Sarah’s Music - Contemporary Classical” is DW’s program dedicated to the rich diversity of classical music. In each edition of the weekly program, broadcast in English and German, presenter Sarah Willis presents concert highlights, goes behind the scenes at top events and gets up close and personal with her star guests and their instruments.
 
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Ed Gibbins is the host of Rewire Fitness Podcast, linked to Rewire Fitness, the first-to-market neuro performance mobile platform for athletes. Ed is the second guest in our 2nd series of episodes, during which we interview other podcast hosts in the sports science, tech, and innovation area, in order to get their insights on the sports tech indust…
 
Monocle’s editorial director Tyler Brûlé joins the CEO of Miami’s Bal Harbour shops, Matthew Whitman Lazenby. Bal Harbour is a family-run retail mammoth with almost 60 years of history. Whitman Lazenby discusses how it will maintain its charm as it prepares for major expansion to its premises, and why footfall is booming, now more than ever. See om…
 
In this week’s episode of ‘The Chiefs’, Monocle’s editorial director Tyler Brûlé is joined by the CEO of Finland’s Posti, Turkka Kuusisto. As Christmas looms, we ask one of the leading players in logistics whether we’ll be getting our gifts in time. Plus: how an innovative new flagship is designed to reinvigorate the post office as a physical space…
 
Benjamin Penkert is well known as the host of The SportsTech Allstars Podcast, linked to SportsTechX, the market intelligence company for professionals & investors in sports, which he is running with his co-founder Rohn Malhotra. Benjamin is the first guest in our 2nd series of episodes, during which we interview other podcast hosts in the sports s…
 
Steven Verstockt is a Professor at Ghent University, where he is leading a multimodal analytics research group. Steven talks about the kind of methodologies they develop in the lab, relevant for cycling. Next, collaborations with other groups within the university and with external companies are being discussed. Finally, Steven explains how generic…
 
Johann Windt is the Head of Data Science at the Vancouver Whitecaps Football Club, a Canadian professional soccer team playing in the Major League Soccer (MLS). First, Johann talks about his background in sports, his academic involvement, and his transition to sports practice. Then, Johann & Kristof talk about how Data Science fits in the organizat…
 
Ismael Fernández Cuevas is the Co-Founder of ThermoHuman, an infrared thermography and thermal analytics company for injury prevention in sports science, medicine and physiotherapy. First of all, Ismael’s internationally-oriented background and PhD. in Sports Science are discussed. Then, Ismael talks about the research of infrared thermography and …
 
Timothy Brownstone is the CEO and Founder of Kymira, an innovative smart textile company. They work within the Medical, Sport, Military, and Space verticals to enhance performance or injury recovery. In this podcast, Timothy talks about his background and the use of infrared technology to stimulate cell growth. The technology behind Kymira and seve…
 
In Episode 26, we welcome two guests: Tom Ruth, Vice President Americas at Quuppa, and Miska Kuusisto, Sales & Marketing Executive at Wisehockey. Quuppa has extensive experience in tracking technology, specialized in radiofrequency technologies. Tom is responsible for the business in the Americas and has had previous experience at Nokia and Broadso…
 
Episode 25 is with Jan Van Haaren who worked for several years at SciSports, a Dutch football analytics company. Jan has a background in Computer Science and a PhD. in Machine Learning and worked as the Chief Analytics Officer at SciSports. He's been involved in soccer analytics for some time now and SciSports aims at getting the most valuable insi…
 
Aline Fobe is a Corporate Wellbeing Consultant at Energy Lab. Before this role, Aline was an HR consultant at PwC and an athlete in the national field hockey team of Belgium. Throughout her career, she has collaborated in different teams and has developed a specific interest in high-performing teams. In this episode, Aline talks about a specific sp…
 
Peter Düking is a wearables researcher at the Julius-Maximilians-Universität of Würzburg. Peter’s interests intersect in the domains of athletes, science, and technology. Peter & Kristof spoke about how wearables can contribute to the improvement of athletes' health and performance, but also talked about regulations & standards within the sports te…
 
Carlos Balsalobre is a Sports Scientist & Researcher at the Autonomous University of Madrid and a developer & entrepreneur in the area of physical performance apps. His main interests are strength training and testing new technologies to measure and improve performance. Carlos & Kristof talk about the path towards becoming a science-driven entrepre…
 
Martin Carlsson-Wall is a Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) and the director of the Center for Sports and Business at SSE. Next to leading the team of researchers in Sports & Business, his own research interests focus on accounting in sports organizations. In this episode, Martin talks about the collaborations with leagues, the d…
 
Monocle’s editorial director and chairman Tyler Brûlé is joined by Professor Joël Mesot, president of ETH Zürich, one of the world’s leading universities. They discuss the future of learning, Zürich’s symbiotic relationship with the institution and ETH’s impressive start-up programme, the Spin-offs. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informati…
 
Marco Altini is a data scientist & entrepreneur with a broad set of skills. After a Ph.D. in applied machine learning and an additional Master's degree in Human Movement Sciences, Marco is currently an advisor for Oura and the founder of HRV4Training. This episode digs deeper into his unique perspective from the research, business, and entrepreneur…
 
Kristof De Mey is the founder of STRN and is actually not your host in this episode! Instead, Cheri Bradish (Canada) interviews Kristof to find out why he founded STRN. After 6 years as a physiotherapist and a Ph.D. in the same area, Kristof got a role at Ghent University to transfer research knowledge into the field. In this episode, he talks abou…
 
In this week’s episode of ‘The Chiefs’, Monocle’s Tyler Brûlé and Andrew Tuck take a trip to Athens to visit Greek prime minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis at Mansion Maximos. They discuss Greece’s newfound sense of national confidence, the strategic importance of the eastern Mediterranean and why Greece is back on the map for citizens, visitors and inve…
 
Sam Robertson is a professor of Sports Analytics at Victoria University and its consulting, learning & implementation arm Track. His research interests focus on the application of machine learning to sports problems and improving decision-making through analytics. This episode focuses on sports performance and skill acquisition in particular. How c…
 
Tom Jelliffe is the founder of Tzuka, a start-up that will launch its durable earphones very soon. In this episode, we spoke about the story behind his company and product innovation. We also talked about his connection with Loughborough University and how start-up-university interactions can help in founding a business. We hope you find this episo…
 
Dr. Cheri Bradish is the Loretta Rogers Research Chair in Sport Marketing at Ryerson University. As a sport marketing expert, she is interested in sport business strategy and trends including innovation and entrepreneurship. In this episode, we discussed the topic of women in sports and tech, related to research but also to entrepreneurship & field…
 
In this week’s episode Tyler Brûlé is joined by Tristram Carfrae, deputy chair of engineering powerhouse Arup. They discuss the power of a cooperative company culture, the construction industry’s responses to 2020’s unique challenges and Arup’s role in shaping the future of sustainable urbanism. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Monocle editor-in-chief Tyler Brûlé is joined by Norbert Kettner, who has been director of the Vienna Tourist Board for more than 10 years. They discuss the importance of celebrating our cities, how to support a night-time economy in times of crisis and why the spirit of Viennese decadence will endure. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inform…
 
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