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Reby Advisors' Wealth Wisdom podcasts are series of financial education audio files designed to address important topics that affect our clients, their families, their friends and the community at large. Since 1985, our mission is to inspire people to achieve financial peace of mind. This commitment to our clients guides our unique processes and everyday actions.
 
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Last month, Beavertown opened the doors on its new London brewery. The facility, which will create up to 150 jobs, will enable the brewery to produce up to 500,000hl and to brew in 150hl batches, equivalent of 90,000,00 pints per annum, on its Krones brewhouse. It also boasts a complete KHS, which has the capacity to fill up to 30,000 cans per hour…
 
The railway network in the UK is old and vast and home to the first public railway to use steam locomotives in the world. The Stockton and Darlington Railway opened in 1825 and connected coal mines in the northeast of England. It was the metal track, the coal-fired furnace, and the shrill whistle of the industrial steam engine that truly signalled …
 
Maintaining a tunnel requires many hours of dedicated work by highly skilled engineers. And as our network of tunnels expands, so does the maintenance demand. Asset owners and local authorities have been under pressure for years to find a cost-effective way of monitoring and maintaining their underground infrastructure. And now, engineers in Switze…
 
If you want something done right, do it yourself.” This mentality has led to the creation countless companies and brands over the years. In the world of beer, brewers across the globe have taken to making their own beers in a bid to recreate styles that captured their imagination during their travels. In doing so, we’ve ended up with a wealth of ex…
 
Maintaining a tunnel requires many hours of dedicated work by highly skilled engineers. And as our network of tunnels expands, so does the maintenance demand. Asset owners and local authorities have been under pressure for years to find a cost-effective way of monitoring and maintaining their underground infrastructure. And now, engineers in Switze…
 
Remotely operated vehicles, uncrewed surface vessels and ever-increasing autonomy are removing personnel from dangerous work offshore in the North Sea and elsewhere. Inspection of maritime assets is now being controlled from onshore operations centres. We look at one of these command and control centres, the Fugro facility in Aberdeen. With a robus…
 
Four years ago the world-wide meat snack industry was booming – be it described it in dollars, pounds or Korean won. Small craft jerky companies – specialising in imagination, quality and flavour – were spearheading this movement. But a lot can happen in four-years. In the States, big snack companies have bought out the small and for most part, ima…
 
Working in the brewing industry involves a lot of hard work, and long hours. Whether you’re in the field of production and packaging, or maybe sales and distribution, it has often been far too easy for many to forget that brewing industry professionals are not robots. And the Covid-19 pandemic has made a challenging career path an even tougher prof…
 
As a small island trading nation, Britain risks killing its economy and losing millions of jobs, unless it can allow people to get back to work in as normal a way as possible. So said John Holland-Kaye, CEO of Heathrow Airport, who wants to see a more sophisticated way of opening our borders. He was referring to the need to adapt to and live with C…
 
You can make your way in this industry with great beer but with that, you need to be genuine in your approach. Brew the beers you truly want to make and people will react in kind, explains Theo Freyne, founder of Deya Brewing Company. “Starting out, my goal was for Deya to become one of the best breweries in the UK,” explains a pensive Theo Freyne.…
 
Digital twins can revolutionise our knowledge of underground structures in real time, during construction and in operation. These virtual replicants of real world assets enriched with real time and contextual data are giving more information about our underground structures than ever before. Assets then become more cost effective to design, to buil…
 
When Dan Harmer received a call in March that told him to clear his schedule and prepare for a meeting, he knew it would be important, but had no idea quite what would be asked of him. With Covid-19 spreading exponentially, and the National Health Service looking increasingly vulnerable, he was the man chosen to build an emergency Nightingale hospi…
 
Brasserie De La Senne has made its name with beers such as Taras Boulba and Zinnebir. Complex, bitter beers underpinned by balance, subtlety and nuance. For Yvan De Baets, co-founder of the Brussels brewery, these are the beers he wants to make and enjoy. He just wishes more brewers would do the same. There are certain beers that belong at the high…
 
Hundreds of millions of people in the most economically disadvantaged places in the world spend up to 20 hours per week washing clothes by hand. This task, traditionally forced onto women, is back breaking and monotonous. Then in 2018 a promise made in a rural village in southern India has led Nav Sawhney to leave his dream job at a world-beating e…
 
On 28 October 1971 the UK conducted its first and only successful orbital launch, firing the Prospero satellite into low earth orbit – LEO on a Black Arrow rocket. Since that time, the country has lacked a native launch vehicle. In this episode we speak with Joe Laynton, a mechanical engineer working for Skyrora, an Edinburgh-based company that aim…
 
Besides the usual things one can count on in life – taxes and death – wemight add a third one, more food recalls due to plastic and rubbercontamination in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia/New Zealand. Thisis costing the industry millions upon millions. In the last four years, plastic and rubber recalls have grown by atleast 1.5 times and …
 
Britain is emerging from some of the toughest social restrictions placed in peacetime history. As people come out of their homes, they are eager to meet friends and loved ones, and head back out into the world – but they are scared. To help keep people safe in a world gripped by Covid-19, and to adapt to the new behaviours of the population, episod…
 
In this episode we take a dive into the Indian tunnelling market to understanding what is driving the growth in tunnelling, see what opportunities exist for overseas tunnellers and hear how young Indian engineers are being drawn into a career underground. With a population of nearly 1.4 billion, and a burgeoning middle class, India has growth and w…
 
Engineers are in a uniquely powerful position. Able to shape our built environment and so influence the direction of civilisation, the impact that their expertise can have for the good of society and the environment is incredible. But people are human, and if a negative culture is allowed to thrive in the organisations that employ them, or if no at…
 
It started back in 2007 whensome hungry, scavenging pigs ate infected pork meat in the Black Sea Republicof Georgia. While the pigs might have died quickly, figuring out what killedthem took much longer and that’s where all the problems began. By the time someone reachedthe ah-ha stage and said: “Hey, that looks like African Swine Fever”, thehighly…
 
Since mid-2019, over 900 architectural practices in the UK have made a declaration of climate and biodiversity emergency, acknowledging the extreme seriousness of our situation and making a public commitment to positive change. Now joined by declarations from other disciplines in the construction industry, the growing movement needs coordination or…
 
Youopen-up a jar of instant coffee, break the lid seal with a spoon and you’regreeted with the smell of fresh coffee. Why, because the big companies likeNestles, Kraft, and others realize that the first few seconds that you spendwith their product can be the most important ones. However,you open-up a pack of sliced turkey ham and nine times out of …
 
Following a decade working in New York State craft beer; Gabe Barry says moving to Paris was like switching to lambics after only ever drinking German Pilsner. Despite her new surroundings, Brooklyn Brewery’s education manager of Europe explained one thing remains the same and that’s the power beer has as a catalyst for positive social change. “It’…
 
Upgrades to transport infrastructure create temporary but crippling disruptions to the service. Expanding transport capacity on metro lines is an essential element of urban development. However, carrying out major upgrades to existing lines has meant temporarily denying its service to the existing passengers. Until now. In the charming city of Toul…
 
The coronavirus pandemic that has torn through society has also seen supplies of personal protective equipment (PPE) depleted at an alarming rate. As doctors and nurses are forced to improvise, and traditional suppliers struggle to meet the sudden increase in demand, help has arrived from an unexpected group of enthusiasts. The 3D printing communit…
 
Biodiversity in the UK is facing an emergency with around 30 percent of native species becoming extinct since the 1970s. This loss of wildlife, which echoes trends all over the world, could have catastrophic impacts on food, air quality and the environment. However for the UK change is on the horizon with a new Environment Bill seeking to reverse t…
 
How data from satellites can track structural movement, and give early warning of potential failure. New research shows that catastrophic bridge collapses could have been prevented if engineers had been paying attention to the right information, information that is currently being collected by satellites orbiting our planet. Satellite monitoring is…
 
Carving out underground space for railways, roads, waterways, urban development and even fishing and farming is how some people spend their entire careers. One of those people is chair of the International Tunnelling Association Young Members Committee Keith Bannerman, who was obsessed by the industry from the moment he attended a short course in B…
 
Carving out the underground space for railways, roads, waterways, urban development and even fishing and farming is how some men and women spend their entire careers. The tunnelling industry offers great opportunities for travel and adventure at the cutting edge of our understanding or geology, rock and soil mechanics and machines. Keith Bannerman …
 
Harvey’s is truly a brewery for all seasons. It exists within that special sphere that commands admiration and respect. If you’re a beer lover then more than likely, you love the beer produced by Harvey’s. And under the guidance of Miles Jenner, head brewer since 1986 and joint managing director for nearly 20 years, the Lewes, Sussex-based brewery …
 
It is a cold, wet miserable day when you decide to visit Hogs Back Brewery in Surrey. The farm fields themselves are muddy, and with their soppy brown colour and the grey, grey, oppressing sky above, it almost seems a reflection as to what the country – and the beer industry – is going through at the moment. But, if you had the courage to leave the…
 
As cases of COVID 19 explode, the World Health Organisation is urging countries around the world to learn from South Korea. Before even recording its first case of the virus its technology industries mobilised, enabling it to test anyone with symptoms, perform extensive contact tracing and isolate those at risk – fast. This enabled the country to p…
 
How a new 2.5km cable pulled railway will connect Luton Airport’s terminal to the UK rail network boosting future growth. Today rail passengers arriving at the airport must disembark from the train and finish their journey on a shuttle bus. But not for much longer. Deep sheet piles are currently being driven into the ground to set out a cut and cov…
 
How a new 2.5km cable pulled railway will connect Luton Airport’s terminal to the UK rail network boosting future growth. Today rail passengers arriving at the airport must disembark from the train and finish their journey on a shuttle bus. But not for much longer. Deep sheet piles are currently being driven into the ground to set out a cut and cov…
 
The rapid andexponential spread of the new coronavirus, COVID 19 is changing the way that welive and work. First detected in December 2019 in Wuhan City, China, withinthree months it was a global pandemic. To keep operating through the crisisbusinesses turned to digital technologies to support home working. But thisconnectivity relied on infrastruc…
 
The UK has a legacy of 600,000 tonnes of nuclearwaste being held in temporary storage facilities at 30 sites around thecountry. It is enough to fill a football stadium and despite over 60 years ofgenerating nuclear power in the UK, we still don’t have a long-term plan fordisposing of it. Scientific consensus is that deep geological burial of wastet…
 
This winter a series of weather bombs detonated across theUK, overwhelming river systems and overtopping flood defences. River levels wereoff the charts, 4000 properties flooded, some temporary defences failed andpeople took to the streets in canoes. The UK is entering unchartered territory as far as floodingis concerned. Yet the threat of drought …
 
How nematode worms, 3D printing and drones couldrevolutionise our approach to maintaining road surfaces. According to the RAC we are 1.5 times more likely to hit a pothole today than we were over a decade ago and winter is peak pothole time. In the cold months the UK’s road surfaces weather the impact of freezing conditions and the subsequent groun…
 
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