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In this new series from Under Armour and iHeartRadio listeners are dropped inside the lives of the elite athletes that constantly push themselves to be greater than yesterday. Hear as they share their approach to training, competition and recovery in intimate conversations with renowned journalist Cal Fussman. Each episode will feature some of the world’s most accomplished and compelling athletes, their coaches, and other critical figures in their lives, offering listeners exclusive content ...
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This is a show for women, by women, leading the conversation on fitness and the science of sport. With a holistic approach to fitness culture, community, and competition, Under Armour and iHeartMedia bring you a new kind of podcast with women athletes at its core. Tune in for new tips, insights, and inspiring stories to help you unlock your training goals and athletic mindset.
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The Finance Ghost and Moe-Knows discuss key market trends across stocks, currencies, fixed income, commodities, macroeconomics and geopolitical trends, helping you understand what's going on out there.
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An original podcast from T-Mobile for Business and iHeartRadio, Jonathan Strickland connects with the world’s most unconventional thinkers, the leaders at the intersection of technology and business, to understand how they continue to thrive in a world of complex organizations and lightning-fast technology. How do these executives innovate and enable change, both inside and outside their companies, and what are they looking forward to tackling next? Let’s find out…
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Welcome to the Very Best Self Podcast! A weekly show where your host, Victoria Brown dives deep into candid conversations with inspiring people - including athletes, entrepreneurs, thought-leaders, and anyone out there making waves. We'll explore how they got to where they are today, in hopes that we can learn from their stories, and apply them to our everyday lives. Listen in as Victoria, life-coach, SoulCycle Instructor, Under Armour Athlete, and Meditation Guide, shares all the inside sec ...
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The Modern Retail Podcast is a podcast about the retail space, from legacy companies to the buzzy world of DTC startups. Every Thursday, Cale Weissman, editor of Modern Retail, interviews executives about their growth and marketing strategies. And every Saturday Gabi Barkho, senior reporter, sits down with the Modern Retail staff to chat about the latest headlines in the retail world.
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Dive into the every changing world of creative operations with Nish Patel, a respected figure in the industry since 2014. Every week, immerse yourself in enlightening discussions with creative operations leaders as they share stories of challenges, solutions, and insights on both prevailing and emerging topics. Central to these conversations are the foundational pillars of Creative Ops: People, Process, and Tech. And with the dawn of AI set to bring sweeping changes, the podcast consistently ...
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Uncover the opportunities and challenges the retail industry is facing with the sector’s leaders and innovators with Inside Retail. Join EDITED’s Senior Director of Customer Marketing, Grace Hill, for refreshingly fun and forthright conversations at the intersection of retail and technology. In every episode, you’ll hear how leading brands utilise data to maximise results, how they’re overcoming the daily challenges retail is facing and how to always connect with customers. EDITED is the wor ...
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Ever experienced failure? Of course you have. But what makes some people more resilient than others? Learn from successful people on how their failures launched them into success.
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Thank you for listening and following The Kickture Podcast, the official podcast of www. Kickture.com. Keeping you up to date on the latest sneaker news, releases and all things concerning the sneaker culture.
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Interviewing men about their unique life experiences - the good, the bad and the ugly. Bringing together their life lessons and gifts to one place for you to listen, take away, internalise and implement into your own life for you and your kingdom.
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Leaders' Content Director David Cushnan is joined by Javan Odegah, for the latest on the Leaders Meet: Diversity Series. They reflect on the recent Diversity breakfast hosted at 4se New York, touch on reports Anthony Joshua may be about to buy a stake in his hometown football club, Watford FC, and consider how Arsenal's newly-adopted anthem, North …
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In this episode, we'll take you behind the scenes with Roman Kuebler and Jeffrey Lash, the dynamic duo of creative ops at Under Armour. They share their secret sauce for building a well-oiled creative operations enabled content supply chain from the ground up, one template, one process at a time. Key Takeaways: 1. Empathy as the Foundation for Effe…
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Walmart is a good example of a pullback from the work-from-home trend that became a feature of the pandemic, with many viewing this as a return to the company’s roots. This is seen favourable against a backdrop of improved performance at Walmart. Under Armour is also going back to its roots, more out of necessity than by design. Founder Kevin Plank…
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Venture studio Squared Circles has lofty plans to launch the next big health, wellness and food products. The project first began a little over three years ago when Lukas Derksen, who hailed from the creative firm Sid Lee, began angel investing in brands alongside entrepreneurs Alexander Gilkes and Osman Khan. One of its early investments was in th…
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Leaders' Editorial Director James Emmett and Content Director David Cushnan are out and about, sharing their sports industry week. James is in Cannes, taking in the beaches, making note of the activations and soaking up the vibes at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity - and asking what sport is doing there, who it wants to meet, w…
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Home country bias is a real danger for investors. We tend to buy the brands we know, rather than taking an objective view on a global opportunity set. Global context is beyond important, particularly when you've had the benefit of engaging with investors and professionals in deep pools of capital like Europe and North America. In this episode, Moha…
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On this week’s Modern Retail Rundown, the staff starts off discussing Shein's strategy to quietly raise its prices ahead of its anticipated IPO. Meanwhile, TikTok Shop is beginning to compete with Google and other platforms by testing a new image search. Finally, a new report by The Vitamin Shoppe shows a spike in sales of nutritional supplements l…
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Most people don't think about the brand behind their disposable plates, but Repurpose is trying to change that. The company, which is now sold in major retailers like Kroger and Costco, makes eco-friendly disposable products like plates, cups napkins, trash bags and toilet paper. While its prices are competitive, they still are at a slight premium …
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The headlines will often focus on US jobs data, but what does it really even mean? Why should people outside of the US care? And of course, what do all the acronyms mean? In demystifying the markets and bringing these concepts to the fore, Mohammed Nalla and The Finance Ghost talked through the jobs data and how it impacts central banks around the …
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Leaders' Editorial Director James Emmett and Content Director David Cushnan take an amble through the sports industry week, joined by Seven League and Rematch Founder Richard Ayers. They discuss how politics and sport are mixing during the UK General Election campaign, and as French President Emmanuel Macron calls a snap election just weeks before …
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On this week’s Modern Retail Rundown, the staff discusses the latest changes at Shopify, including the reported sunsetting of Shopify Plus branding. Meanwhile, after five years of trying to grow Walmart Health, the retailer shut down the health-focused business after reportedly losing nearly a quarter of a billion dollars. Lastly, better-for-you so…
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Guest: Shane Hegde, Co-founder, Air.inc Shane is the Co-founder of Air.inc, a company that provides solutions for creative operations. With a background in Liberal Arts and a deep appreciation for the creative process, Shane has gained valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities faced by creative teams in today's fast-paced, content-dri…
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Online resale may be a hot retail buzzword now, but ThredUp has been around for over a decade building out its business. This week on the Modern Retail Podcast, ThredUp CEO and co-founder James Reinhart spoke about rising demand for resale and how the platform has expanded its offerings. Not only does ThredUp have its own marketplace business, but …
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With South Africa entering a new era of politics, we will soon find out whether coalition politics actually look more like collision politics. Either way, "the market" matters and will continue to matter, punishing poor policy decisions and any related uncertainty. In this show, Mohammed Nalla and The Finance Ghost discuss concepts like GDP growth,…
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On this week’s Modern Retail Rundown, the staff discusses how Hoka went mainstream in the last few years and how the company's roadmap will cater to this newfound customer base. Meanwhile, Amazon Prime is facing pressure from memberships like Walmart+, prompting the company to constantly expand its included perks. Lastly, store brands and private l…
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Andy Anson is preparing Team GB for a golden summer in Paris. The British Olympic Association CEO is the guest on this month's Leaders in Focus, where he looks ahead to the Olympics; considers the major challenges the Olympic world faces; and discusses whether athletes should be paid directly for winning medals at the Games. He reflects on a long a…
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Century 21 was an iconic New York off-price store that is now trying to return to its former glory. After filing for bankruptcy and shutting down all 13 of its locations, Century 21 reopened its lower Manhattan locations. "We are, in fact, an iconic legacy piece of New York, and we're happy to be back," Larry Mentzer, the retailer's chief operating…
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Nvidia has been a headline grabber of note in global markets, with eyewatering returns that have left even the other semiconductor stocks for dead. Mohammed Nalla focused on not just the latest results from Nvidia, but the performance of other stocks in the sector. The Finance Ghost tackled Intuit, covering the growth in revenue across the product …
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On this week's Modern Retail Rundown, the staff dives into all the hurdles retailers and platforms face. Target, for example, announced plans to lower many of its prices ahead of lackluster earnings. Amazon, meanwhile, is reportedly updating Alexa with new generative AI features -- and allegedly planning to sell it as its own subscription. Lastly, …
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Leaders' Editorial Director James Emmett and Content Director David Cushnan take stock of a big week of sports, entertainment and business at 4se New York. As the green room is dismantled around them in Chelsea, they reflect on some of the big themes of the event: storytelling in all its forms, the rise Cowboy culture, and the budding relationship …
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Resale has proven difficult for many players in the apparel space, but KEH has made it work for the camera industry. KEH has been around for 40 years, beginning first as a used camera business. It's grown into the leading platform for pre-owned camera gear. Today, the company continues to see year-over-year growth and is profitable. CEO Noah Treshn…
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Adidas’ Samba trainers have gone beyond cult status – they’ve become an iconic shoe for both Millennials and Gen Z, rewriting the playbook for sneaker success. However, as Samba fatigue sets in across the market, retailers and customers alike want to know what the next big trend will be. In the final episode of the season, Grace Hill is joined by E…
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This week's Modern Retail Rundown kicks off with an abridged history of Under Armour’s plans to overhaul its business, which dates back as far as 2017. Meanwhile, Shein has reportedly attempted and failed to get into the National Retail Federation multiple times as it prepares to go public. Last, Costco and Uber Eats are teaming up to bring grocery…
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Leaders’ Editorial Director James Emmett and Content Director David Cushnan lean into the sports industry stories of the week. They're joined by Anna Edwards, Co-Founder and Managing Partner at executive search and advisory firm Elite Performance Partners (EPP), to discuss Manchester United' Co-Owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe's new work-from-office edict a…
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Workwear has become high fashion, and Cargo Crew has spent the last two decades riding this wave. The Australia-based company, which first launched in 2002, makes items like cooking aprons and boiler suits. Over the years, the company has expanded and grown -- Cargo Crew now works with 45,000 teams in over 80 countries and projects sales will grow …
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When quick-service restaurant groups get things right, they really get it right. Fast-growing companies in this sector can achieve rapid expansion because of the franchise model and the oldest trick in the book: using other people's money. Chipotle Mexican Grill and Wingstop are excellent examples of not just what success looks like in this space, …
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On this week’s Modern Retail Rundown: The Information reported that Gopuff lost $400 million last year in its quest to grow revenue. Equinox launched a new health and wellness program that costs $40,000 a year and promises members lifelong health. Meanwhile, Sweetgreen has upset fans by getting rid of arugula the same week it introduced steak to it…
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"Everyone said that millennials were never going to buy watches," said Margot Grinberg, president of the Movado Brand and svp of e-commerce at its parent company Movado Group. The going theory was: "They don't need them to tell time, they had a phone; watches were dead after the cell phone came out." But that didn't happen. In fact, timepieces have…
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The electrification theme is a rare thing, as it dishes up opportunities for value and growth investors alike. Some are buying coal and others are buying renewables, yet the underlying reasons aren’t as different as you might think. People are using more electricity than ever before and growth in generative AI is just adding to the problem – or opp…
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Barbara Slater is one of the most respected figures in the sports broadcasting industry. A former international gymnast and Olympian, Barbara joined the BBC 40 years ago and is on the cusp of retiring from her current Director of Sport role. During her tenure, she's changed attitudes and enhanced perceptions of women's sport, overseen remarkable gr…
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