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Best The Digital Fridge podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best The Digital Fridge podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Welcome to the Ball Out Gamercast! We are just a couple of big time internet nerds who like video games and ignorant rap music. We enjoy long walks to the fridge and discussing life in the digital age - you know.. online dating, multiplayer gaming and freaky things that happen only on Craigslist. If you're interested in hearing our opinions on week old gaming industry news, you shouldn't listen - that's not us. This whole thing is much weirder than that.Hosted by Thrizzle and YuckyChuckyPowe ...
 
Filth & Pleasure; A.K.A Paul ‘Geeza’ Robertson and Craig Paxton, are Perth based but hail from London and Edinburgh respectively. Championing a more groove-lead, upbeat house & techno sound, they are heavily influenced by the likes of Mark Knight, Enrico Sangiuliano, Solardo, Camelphat, Tuff London, PAX, Eli Brown, Sam Paganini, Victor Ruiz, Carl Cox, Jon Rundell and Matador to name a few. Having recently started up their own label – Filthy Beats Digital (https://www.facebook.com/filthybeats ...
 
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Marek Ròżycki, managing partner at Last Mile Experts - and one half of the Last Mile Prophets - joins me to talk about how city centres are changing during the pandemic: Cities closing off lanes and parking zones Creation of bicycle lanes and pedestrian zones Role of electric vehicles in city centre delivery Out-of-home delivery, including parcel l…
 
John Acton, managing partner at DPI Europe, discusses overcoming the seven deadly corporate mindsets to stimulate innovation in corporations. We cover: Content vs critical thinking consultancy Bureaucracies smothering creative thinking in a big organisation What is a deadly mindset? And how does it relate to innovation? Stripping away barriers to i…
 
Author, podcast host, and host of the eCommerce MasterPlan podcast Chloë Thomas returns to talk about e-commerce delivery from a retailer and customer perspective. We cover: Speed vs cost vs green Giving customers what they want… and paying for it! Changing consumer expectations thanks to That Virus Will customers still want fast delivery? Or will …
 
Amazon is using its B2C infrastructure to quietly dominate in B2B. Joining me to discuss this is Dean Maciuba, Director Consulting Services at Logistics Trends & Insights. We cover: Amazon Business - the dominant marketplace in the USA? How Amazon leverages its existing network of fulfilment centres Fulfilment costs SKU range Amazon’s Delivery Serv…
 
Rebecca Hall, founder and director of fleet management, compliance and driver safety tool HH Driveright and courier firm JMHC, joins me to discuss modern fleet management - especially in the age of COVID-19: How JMHC started out as a single van and grew to a national fleet of 500 vehicles The importance of fleet management, including safety The fle…
 
Sandra Bonfigli, from the Procurement Unit of the UPU Development Cooperation Directorate, outlines how the UPU is distributing key safety equipment for postal workers in least development countries: The role of the UPU in responding to natural disasters Distributing personal protection kits to various countries How the UPU partnered with another U…
 
Cathy Morrow Roberson, founder and lead analyst at Logistics Trends & Insights, joins me to discuss the air cargo capacity crunch and modal shift: Reduced numbers of flights Essential vs non-essential cargo during the COVID-19 pandemic Repurposed passenger aircraft carrying cargo Moving air cargo to rail Rail’s advantages over air and sea (ocean) c…
 
Dean Maciuba, Director Consulting Services at Logistics Trends & Insights, joins me to discuss how home delivery fits in with the e-commerce value proposition: UPS and FedEx’s growing network of access points (PUDOs) How UPS and FedEx are using those access points for residential deliveries, including redirections of failed first-time deliveries Pr…
 
Mike Darchambeau, co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer at last-mile technology company Urbantz, joins me to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the e-commerce last mile: The sudden boom in e-commerce - including grocery delivery E-commerce merchants are capitalising on the boom Creativity in the last mile to cope with the drastic growth Enabling loc…
 
Kevin Seller, VP Sales EMEA at Escher, on applications for artificial intelligence in the postal sector: The basic principles of artificial intelligence and machine learning Some current non-postal applications for AI Optimising operation and performance of retail stores and improving the customer experience Harnessing the huge amount of data avail…
 
Mark Fallon, President and CEO at the Berkshire Company, joins me to talk about how the US Postal Service is helping bridge the digital-physical divide in delivery: How Informed Delivery works National census - a digital experience Sending the US census, and the role of the postal service Informed Delivery’s role in the process The ultimate omni-ch…
 
Cathy Morrow Roberson, Founder and Lead Analyst at Logistics Trends and Insights on 3D printing and the delivery sector: 3D printing finding its purpose in life Bringing the point of manufacture closer to the customer Manufacturing and distributing spare parts Delivery companies getting involved in 3D printing Impact on warehousing and delivery Red…
 
Alan Barrie, senior advisor for e-commerce and urban logistics at Transport for London, talks about how changes to delivery can improve air quality: Overview of the types of vehicles on London’s streets TfL’s responsibilities The effect of London’s congestion charge What the ULEZ (ultra low emission zone) means for the delivery sector Reducing emis…
 
Lindiwe Kewele, Acting Group CEO at South African Post Office, discusses: Post office access in rural areas Social grant payment - and how SAPO delivers it Providing access to financial services Funding the USO and being self-sustainable Mobile postal services Migrating to non-cash payment alternatives, including mobile money Financial services for…
 
Nick Manolis, CEO of Escher Group, is my guest. We discuss: The blurring line between delivery and the retail network Achieving better customer engagement in a postal context Helping posts win more parcel volumes through measuring customer satisfaction Taking real-time data collection and making it useful Replacing mystery shoppers and QR codes on …
 
Ben Nowlan, CEO of OmniCX and co-founder of delivery start-up Sherpa, joins me to talk about fast delivery: The background to setting up Sherpa’s fast delivery service Interactive delivery management from a consumer perspective and from a merchant/delivery perspective Communications between the delivery driver and the recipient Are companies not tr…
 
Escher CTO Wayne Haubner joins me to discuss applications for artificial intelligence in the postal and delivery sectors: The difference between AI and machine learning Where to source data (e.g. transaction data, tracking data, customer profiles) AI and loyalty programmes - and the impact on repeat sales Driving better customer engagement with AI …
 
An Post CEO David McRedmond is my special guest this week, talking about the postal workforce: How sustainability relates to the concept of decent work What offering decent work means for the workforce and for customers The connection between the post and the community The flexibility of other work engagement models (such as the gig economy) The pr…
 
To kick off this episode, Marek Różycki (Last Mile Experts) and I discuss parcel hold times at parcel lockers. Then we get a bit carried away, covering: How long a parcel should be held at a parcel locker Refilling parcel lockers multiple times per day How to encourage customers to collect parcels faster Linking event management systems to customer…
 
In the wake of probably the most tumultuous week in the Universal Postal Union’s history, UPU Director General Bishar A. Hussein is my special guest. In this interview, we discuss: Background to the debate over the compensation system How discussions progressed over an extended period Resistance to attempts at reform Tensions between different coun…
 
This week is all about the USA. First of all, three announcements from the US Postal Service, then a look at the recent UPU Extraordinary Congress. John Callan, Managing Director of Ursa Major Associates, joins me for some extra commentary: USPS’s current parcel locker network Should the parcel lockers be carrier agnostic or carrier specific? A ver…
 
Doddle Chief Commercial Officer Mike Richmond joins me to discuss the reinvention of delivery: Why customers make the delivery choices they do - a behavioural science approach How “nudge” works - and what it could mean for e-commerce and delivery The manifesto for reinventing delivery! Improving co-ordination - can retailers work together to make s…
 
Our recent guest mix for LVCHLD - Underground Sounds of Australia on Pioneer DJ Radio with Perth legend - Paul ScottTracklist1. Sonny Fodera - Insane2. Filth & Pleasure - Mind State (Freakin909)3. CamelPhat & Jem Cooke - Breathe4. Filth & Pleasure - You & The Music (FRiDAY Records)5. Mark Knight - Mystery of Old Ma Clifton6. Brodi - Sharala (Filth …
 
Marek Różycki (Last Mile Experts) discusses carrier-specific and carrier-agnostic parcel lockers: What this means in terms of parcel volumes in the network Cost of setting up the network Then Mark Fallon, CEO and President of the Berkshire Company, joins me to discuss letter pricing in the age of parcels: Australia Post’s application to increase th…
 
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