Henry Albrecht of Limeade on the Cult/Tech Podcast

Limeade is a corporate wellness technology company that drives employee engagement. The platform inspires happier, healthier and more productive employees. Their tagline is “great companies invest in the well-being of their people, and in return, employees invest in the well-being of the company.“

Henry Albrecht is CEO and board director of Limeade. and he joins us today on the podcast to talk about how companies are implementing effective workplace wellness programs. Listen right here, on SoundCloud, or iTunes, or read the podcast transcript.

Key Takeaways:

“Well, it’s important to me because I’ve found that my life at work has a huge impact on my life at home and my relationships with my friends and family and how I feel every day.” Henry at 1:03 “We actually use kind of the voice of the human being to determine what well-being is. ” Henry at 1:47 “So one key to successful programs versus ones that aren’t so successful is try to take in the whole person and also their motivation not just where they are right …

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Dave Whelan of Bespoke Business Strategy on the Cult/Tech Podcast

Joining us today is the Managing Director of Bespoke Business Strategy, Dave Whelan. Bespoke is a strategic consulting firm focused on strategy, operations, business development, and marketing in start-ups and growing organizations, with an emphasis on the intersection of technology, health and wellness. As a consultant, advisor, entrepreneur, and operating executive, Dave has devoted his career to building successful businesses.

Key Takeaways:

“I would say the commonalities take a certain amount of curiosity passion and persistence on the part of the entrepreneurs.” Dave at 1:52 “Every leader really needs to set the tone for the organization and help inspire their team members and help connect them to the bigger vision especially as companies get bigger.” Dave at 2:48 “So what are you doing to drive the business toward that moment when you’ve got paying repeat customers.” Dave at 4:50 “And the technology entrepreneurs and healthcare need to realize that disrupting healthcare is not like disrupting music. Health care is really hard and it’s going to take a lot of work and an evolution rather than a revolution sometimes.” …

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Marc Goldberg of TrustMetrics Cult/Tech Podcast Transcript

Listen to the podcast on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/redcupagency/culttech-podcast-with-marc-goldberg-of-trustmetrics

Lee Schneider: It’s the Cult/Tech Podcast, I’m Lee Schneider. Cyber security is on everyone’s mind now. We have hate sites and fake sites. What we click on matters more than ever right now. Marc Goldberg, chief executive of Trust Metrics, a brand safety planning tool, is joining me today on the podcast. He will explain what the term brand safety means and we will talk about  how he is keeping an eye on the bad actors. Hey, Marc, welcome to the podcast.

[00:00:30]

Marc Goldberg: Hey, thanks for having me, Lee.

Lee: So you’re a brand safety guy, it looks like your time has come, given the state of the online world. First of all, tell us what brand safety means.

[00:01:10] 

Marc: Brand safety is when advertisers really want to run in safe environments and make sure that their ads are seen in environments that are representative of what their brands, integrity and brand promises. What we have seen offline and online, that, you know, when advertisers are running …

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Rob Vickery Cult/Tech Podcast Transcript

Listen to the podcast on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/redcupagency/culttech-podcast-with-rob-vickery-of-stage-venture-partners

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Lee Schneider: It’s the Cult Tech Podcast, I’m Lee Schneider. Joining us today is Rob Vickery, co-founder of Stage Venture Partners. Stage is a seed fund based in Los Angeles that invests in software startups with creative technology. Hey, Rob, welcome to the podcast.

Rob Vickery: Hi, how are you?

Lee: I’m doing very well, excited to do this. You guys are risk takers among risk takers, you invest in new platforms. Define that a little bit [00:00:30] for me, what would you call a new platform?

Rob: Yeah, so being in the seed stage, that means we’re investing in companies that have typically got like a minimum, some sort of a minimum viable product and maybe just the very early stages of traction. Now what that typically means are that some of these companies, they fall into two buckets. The first bucket is that they might be in what we call the frontier technology space, which are things that probably will live in [00:01:00] two or three years in …

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Roger Jackson of Kinonation on the Cult/Tech Podcast

Kinonation gives any content owner easy access to video streaming services worldwide in any format, language and territory.  In the podcast we talk about the tech behind that magic, and why it’s a good thing. Roger Jackson of Kinonation is with us today on the Cult/Tech Podcast. Red Cup Agency produces the podcast series. The interviewer is Lee Schneider.

 

Key Takeaways:

“We connect to just over 40 platforms worldwide right now” Roger at 5:24 “It’s good to get content on as many platforms in as many countries in as many languages as possible” Roger at 6:49 “So mission critical for the filmmaker to maximize all those elements that you said Lee are under his or her control” Roger at 11:18 “Curation is highly subjective  and it makes no sense to make yes or no decisions” Roger at 12:16 “Think how is this going to look on a mobile device” Roger at 18:03 “Kinonation only wins when the content creator wins” Roger at 19:36

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Cult/Tech Podcast with Sabari Raja of Nepris

On the Cult/Tech Podcast our guest today is the Co-Founder and CEO of Nepris, Sabari Raja. Listen on SoundCloud, or using the player  below.

We discuss the STEM education gap and how the Nepris platform is addressing it by providing career role models for students all over the world.

Sabari has a strong track record in building and launching successful education technology products in markets around the globe. Prior to starting Nepris, she worked for 15 years with Education Technology division of Texas Instruments to lead product and content strategy, publisher relations, business development, partnership and alliance ecosystem for new edtech products. Sabari has an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from India, Masters in Computer Science from Louisiana State University and graduated Beta Gamma Sigma with an Executive MBA degree from Cox School of Business, SMU.

 

Key Takeaways:

“It’s about connecting students with real world possibilities” Sabari at 2:02 “Not only are we creating relevance to curriculum they’re learning. We’re introducing them to careers in the process.” Sabari at 5:37 …

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Juan Pablo Segura on MediStrategy Podcast

Red Cup’s client Juan Pablo Segura of Babyscripts was recently a guest on the the MediStrategy Podcast. The episode is entitled “Improving Prenatal Care and Birth Outcomes Via Mobile Technology.” You can listen to the podcast on SoundCloud.

What if we could eliminate preterm births by 2027? There’s an app for that.

That is the moonshot goal of Babyscripts, a new model in pregnancy management that seeks to improve prenatal care and birth outcomes by supporting both pregnant moms and their physicians. The app has been adopted by several of the nation’s top health systems, including MedStar Health, George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates, Northwestern Medicine, UT Physicians, and Aurora Health.

A graduate of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, Juan Pablo Segura is the Co-founder and President of Babyscripts, the only doctor-delivered digital health tool that employs remote monitoring and big data to detect problems sooner. The innovative Babyscripts technology has been recognized by Startup Health as a ‘Healthcare Transformer’ and by CTIA as a ‘Wireless Lifechanger.’ The venture was also a member of the …

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Laura Lynn Klein on the Cult/Tech Podcast

Joining us today on the podcast is Laura Lynn Klein, an environmental superstar who is co-founder of Organic Authority, a new media company that publishes OrganicAuthority.com and EcoSalon.com.   She launched Organic Authority in 2006 and since it’s become a leading authority on organic life, food and goods. There are a lot of others who have tried to succeed in that space, and lots of competitors, but Organic Authority has found the secret, organic, sauce.

Full show transcript at this link.

Key Takeaways:

“I saw way back when in culinary school just how America’s burgeoning health crisis was directly related to the everyday foods” Laura at 2:15 “I mean consumer activism has really taken hold, and we’ve been, we’ve been able to help kind of pull the curtain back and say look, this is really what’s going on with your food, and readers appreciate that. ” Laura at 3:57 “I think what they really value is going back to transparency. ” Laura at 5:15 “Eco Salon as a little bit broader than Organic Authority. it’s …

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Laura Lynn Klein of Organic Authority Cult/Tech Podcast Transcript

Laura Lynn Klein of Organic Authority

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Lee Schneider: It’s the Cult/Tech Podcast. I’m Lee Schneider. Joining me today is Laura Lynn Klein, an environmental superstar who is co-founder of Organic Authority, a new -media company that publishes organicauthority.com and ecoSalon.com. Hey Laura, welcome to the podcast.

[00:22]

Laura Lynn Klein: Hey Lee, thanks so much for having me here.

[00:24]

Lee: Great. So you launched organic authority in 2006 and since it’s become a leading authority — we will use that term — a leading authority on organic life, food, and goods. There are a lot of others who have tried to succeed in that space and lots of competitors so why have you guys made it.

[00:40]

Laura: Persistence. I think it just really comes down to persistence. You’re right, there have been a lot of companies that have come and gone in this space particularly over the past 10 years and the space is very different today than it was 10 years ago. And I think persistence and kind of blood, …

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Shelly Sanchez Terrell on EdTech NOW

Our guest today is Shelly Sanchez Terrell. She is the author of The 30 Goals Challenge for Teachers: Small Steps to Transform Your Teaching and Learning to Go: Lesson Ideas for Teaching with Mobile Devices, Cell Phones and BYOT. She has trained teachers and taught language learners in more 20 countries as an invited guest expert by organizations, from UNESCO Bangkok to the British Council in Tel Aviv, and many others.

The EdTech NOW podcast is sponsored by Stackup. Get credit for what you read online. Build your personal learning profile and discover your interests, automatically, on Stackup. The podcast is produced by Red Cup Agency.

Key Takeaways:

“It’s about knowing your learners and really using that as your evaluation whether to have the app or not” Shelly at 1:46 “What is the best way to integrate these new technologies in to their classrooms?” listen at 3:54 “I love working with technology for English language learns because it’s multimedia” Shelly at 5:34 “Technology is one way to get them excited about the reading” Shelly at 5:47 “I think …

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