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Stella Culinary School

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Stella Culinary School

Chef Jacob Burton - StellaCulinary.com

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If you’ve ever dreamed about cooking like or becoming a professional chef, you’ve come to the right place. Hosted by Chef Jacob Burton, an executive chef by day, wanna be broadcaster by night, we feature instructional style episodes that unpack professional level cooking techniques in an approachable fashion, and interviews with culinary taste makers, including chefs, cook book authors, wine makers, brewers, coffee roasters, and anyone else who is passionate about the world of food and beverage.
 
The unknown. It lies at the root of all fear, and has inspired legends, superstition, folklore, customs, hysteria, and even murder throughout history. Still today we feel the shadowy presence of our ancestors' struggles to explain the mysterious in almost every facet of our lives. Whether it be in the form of religion, urban legends, pop culture, ghost stories, superstitious rituals, and so much more we are still just fighting to keep our monsters in the dark. Welcome to The Strange and Unus ...
 
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The Negotiation

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The Negotiation

WPIC Marketing + Technologies

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China is the 2nd largest economy on the planet, yet it's the most difficult to enter and manage well for foreign brands. However, success stories are starting to emerge as brands begin to rely on experts in China market-entry to build and execute new strategies and end-to-end China consumer digital experiences. The Negotiation delivers interviews with those who understand how to be successful in China, teasing out the nuances and digging into the details that can make expansion to China a wi ...
 
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Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● China’s football landscape ● Why football has a more active fanbase than basketball in China ● Grassroots football in China ● How prioritization of education over almost all else impacts sport culture in China ● The biggest football teams in China and their dynamic with fans ● Chinese football and the Chinese gove…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● China’s consumer PC market in the early-to-mid-90s ● Why many companies struggled in the 90s while Intel thrived ● Building the Chinese social networking app Guanxi in the early-2010s ● Co-founding mInfo, the official mobile search provider to the Beijing Olympics in 2008 ● What internet marketing looked like 20 y…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● Major trends across China eCommerce and consumer behavior in the past year ● Categories that are doing really well in China today ● Non-traditional categories that are on the way up ● The younger generation’s move “back to basics” and “materialism fatigue” ● Finding the keys to finding purchase motivation amid Chi…
 
This episode is a look back at all of our podcast guests and the topics we covered in 2020, putting together some of our favorite moments for you into one single episode of goodness. The guests featured in this special episode are: Matt Sheehan, episode #75 John Pomfret, episode #78 Anne Stephensn-Yang, episode #82 James McGregor, episode #83 Chloé…
 
To end the year, please take a listen to Episode 18: A Haunting Winter, originally released on January 2, 2019. In this episode I explore the old tradition of telling ghost stories in the winter. The custom of telling winter’s tales is not known to most of us today, but it was custom that stretches back hundreds of years. And more often then not, t…
 
In this episode, I discuss the Georgian, Victorian, and Edwardian trend of ghost hoaxing and its motivations. Join me for part 1 on this old school, ghost cosplay. Visit the podcast website: thestrangeandunusualpodcast.com Instagram: @thestrangeandunusualpodcast Twitter: @thesandupodcast Thanks to this week's sponsor, Talkspace! Visit talkspace.com…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● Snowsports culture in China versus Japan ● Consumers in China’s snowsports industry versus the West’s ● How Burton markets and localizes snowsports in China ● Marketing snowsports as a lifestyle in China ● The evolution of retail in China and how Burton has adapted ● How to set goals and strategize for a market en…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● Contemporary China through the lens of fashion and culture ● The new thinking around fashion and individuality among China’s younger generations ● China’s fashion scene today and how it differs from that of New York ● Does China have fashion icons? ● China’s urban underground scene ● The future of fashion in China…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● The story behind Control Risks and how it expanded to other markets ● Defining “political risk” and its relevance to businesses in China ● Does the government move as fast as the economy and how do businesses adapt to changes in China’s regulatory landscape? ● How to do due diligence in China versus other North As…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● How Singles’ Day performed relative to Jacob’s expectations ● Platforms that will gain traction at next year’s 11.11 ● Notable creative or marketing tactics used at this year’s festival ● How this year’s GMV may compare to 2020s ● Whether there is still room for foreign brands going forward ● What to know about Pi…
 
Join me for a preview of an original haunted house ghost story 'The Shadows of Burton Hall' that I wrote for the upcoming episode(s) on haunted houses. Also, I’d love to hear some questions from you, the listeners. I’m now starting to put together my schedule of new episodes for 2022, and I’d love to take into account what makes you curious, what s…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● Launching Founders Space in China ● Why Steve wrote Make Elephants Fly ● China’s unique (and commonly misrepresented) approach to innovation ● Mentoring Chinese vs Western entrepreneurs ● How evolving family dynamics and the Westernization of much of today’s Chinese youth influences the country’s perception toward…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● Problems that Axis aims to solve ● How Axis helps to develop resorts ● How is China preparing for the 2022 Winter Olympics ● How Axis is preparing for the 2022 Winter Olympics ● Snowsports culture and the hospitality industry in China today ● What Chinese consumers have taught Justin and the Axis team ● Building s…
 
In this episode, beliefs and fear surrounding wells is discussed before a reading of the terrifying tale 'The Well' by W.W. Jacobs. Visit the podcast website: thestrangeandunusualpodcast.com Instagram: @thestrangeandunusualpodcast Twitter: @thesandupodcast Thanks to this week's sponsor Vodacast! Download the app in the App Store or visit their webs…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● Trends that shaped consumer behaviour in 2021 ● How different categories have fared over the past year ● How consumer trends have evolved in the past 18 months ● Sectors to lead the charge in China’s economic growth going forward ● Which categories are predicted to be successful on Singles’ Day ● New tactics brand…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● The focus of the China Institute ● How the Canada-China relationship has evolved since the 1950s ● How China and Canada may recover from their strained relationship that reached a low point in December 2018 ● How the relationship between Canada and China may look ten years from now ● What lessons can Canada and ot…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● How Freddie is working with Burton Snowboards to create a network of snowboard academies in China ● How technology is being used to improve and scale snowboarding in China ● Will snow sports in China see more international instructors becoming involved in the future? ● The rise of four seasons resorts in China, an…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● Running snowsports schools in China compared to the West ● Chinese parent-child dynamics at snow sports schools and how instructors can manage expectations ● The economics of lift passes, equipment, logistics, and instruction in the world of snow sport in China ● Removing the cost barrier that continues to prevent…
 
In anticipation of the next episode of haunted houses, I present you with tales of haunted places and minds with Edwardian author, W.W. Jacobs, best known for his story, 'The Monkey's Paw'. Visit the podcast website: thestrangeandunusualpodcast.com Instagram: @thestrangeandunusualpodcast Twitter: @thesandupodcast Thanks to this week's sponsor Vodac…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● Trends taking place in China that may soon quickly spread to the rest of the world ● Why offline retail continues to prevail in the West ● How views toward entrepreneurship and working in the tech industry have evolved over the past decade in China ● Emerging Chinese tech companies to keep an eye on ● Why lookism …
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● Rui speaks on her work with the Tech Buzz China podcast and community ● How accurate is the data we are getting today from the fundraising world in China? ● What is it like to do due diligence on Chinese tech companies looking for investors? ● Rui describes the trip she conducted in 2019 to bring foreign investors…
 
Tales of women mysteriously wearing ribbons around their necks, and the secret they keep beneath from their husband have been with us for centuries, perhaps most famously with Alvin Schwarz's "The Green Ribbon" from the book, 'In a Dark, Dark Room and Other Scary Stories'. In this episode we look into the tale, its meaning, and its origins in the 1…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● How changes in China’s economy and business landscape over the last four years influenced John’s work ● Challenges faced by foreign versus local Chinese startup entrepreneurs ● Potential advantages for foreign startup owners in China ● Changes in the education space in China ● The evolution KOLs and influencer mar…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● How Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) have evolved over the past five years ● Co-founding one of China’s top-ranking beauty KOLs, Melilim Fu ● The team behind Melilim Fu, and how KOLs are typically managed ● KOLs versus Key Opinion Consumers (KOCs) versus micro-influencers ● Launchmetrics and the problems they aim to sol…
 
In this episode we take a peek into Halloween true horror, from accidental hangings to mistaken corpses, to kick off the spooky season. Visit the podcast website: thestrangeandunusualpodcast.com Instagram: @thestrangeandunusualpodcast Twitter: @thesandupodcast Thanks to this week's sponsor Vodacast! Download the app in the App Store or visit their …
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● How has merchandising transformed in the age of eCommerce? ● Justice’s typical day as Director of Merchandising at WPIC ● Examples of companies that exemplify effective online merchandising ● Why it is so difficult to master online merchandising ● Global merchandising trends, specifically focusing on trends in Chi…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● The economic, cultural, and athletic impact that the 2008 Beijing Olympics had on China ● China’s reaction to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics ● China’s expectations for the 2022 Winter Olympics and future games ● Popular and not-as popular sports in China ● The intersection of sports, politics, and business in China’s fit…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● Working in the APAC market ● The differences between UI, UX, and CX ● What is “product-market fit” and how do you know if you’ve achieved it? ● Why neglecting to build the right local team is one of the biggest mistakes a foreign company can make ● Tools that Kaizor uses to collect and interpret data for clients ●…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● A description of the Shanghai startup scene today and how it compares to France’s and the U.S.’s ● What it is like to be a foreign entrepreneur in China ● How to know whether you should start your business in China ● What most Westerners do not know about F&B in China ● Why Shanghai is not representative of China …
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● What exactly is “antitrust” and why is it so important in the relationship between business and government globally? ● What has China’s relationship with antitrust been historically, and have the events of 2008 and 2013 affected antitrust enforcement? ● The conversations around antitrust at a time when big tech co…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● What brands can do if they want to succeed in China among the millennial and Gen-Z cohort ● Major events that have impacted Chinese millennials similar to the Great Recession in the U.S. ● What are the differences between millennials who grew up in the Mainland and those who studied abroad? ● How prevalent is cons…
 
Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● Who are China’s millennials, and how do they differ from millennials in the Western world? ● The downstream effects of the one-child policy on today’s market ● The state of mental health among China’s youth ● What employers expect from millennial hires Episode Summary: Today on The Negotiation, we speak with Zak D…
 
Hey Listeners - There’s a new true crime podcast from Wondery that I just started listening to that I think you should check out. It’s called KILLER PSYCHE. If you’re a True Crime fan like me then you know there are a lot of true crime stories out there. We watch them on TV, read about them in the news, and of course... We listen to them on podcast…
 
Ambassador Barton Topics Discussed and Key Points: ● The major trends witnessed by Ambassador Barton in China since the early 2000s ● What lessons should the West learn from China’s drastic growth over the past two decades? ● Why Ambassador Barton wrote China Vignettes in 2008 and the book’s main takeaways ● Key thinkers and thought leaders in Chin…
 
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