Architectural Digest’s Digital Director David Kaufman and The Future of Real Estate After COVID-19 | S29E6
The Chaise Lounge Podcast
In this week's Chaise Lounge, Nick May chats with David Kaufman, global Digital Director at Architectural Digest!David has quite the resumé, having worked as an editor for the New York Times, Quartz, New York Post, The Wall Street Journal, and many more. He went into Architectural Digest with an understanding of the real estate world. He has a particular fascination with celebrity culture and gossip, as well as recent interior design trends like personal gardens.David shares his thoughts on the future of interior design and real estate in a post-Covid world. There is plenty of uncertainty as things continue to transition to the "new normal". Millions of people were forced to work and/or study from home, and many took the opportunity to create a study room, or a Zoom office. Some created extra bedrooms and even gyms.With everyone going back to their workplace, will they keep those new rooms or will they revert? Those who bought an extra house to escape the chains of the quarantine, will they sell it? As for interior designers and real estate agents, will their backlog correct itself or will it become even more chaotic? One thing's for sure: the real estate market went through a boom in the aftermath of COVID.If you'd like to learn more about David, you can contact him at email@example.com or follow him on Instagram @kaufmandavidnyc This is like, the party's last hurrah. Folks are still... trying to accept the fact that, whatever we've gone through over the last year and a half is basically over, and we're gonna have to get back to our lives.David KaufmanTweetChaise Lounge Updates Coast to Coast Design is back baby! Give it a listen to learn about just how many ways there are to run a design business. Our Events PageResourcesSee what our sponsors can do for you.Upcoming MarketsHigh Point Market – October 16 – 20, 2021More About Our SponsorsWrap UpIf you would like to hear more episodes, please visit us on iTunes, Spotify or your favorite podcasting app! We'd love it if you post a review, you may even hear your review read live on our next podcast. Also, find The Chaise Lounge on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. With that said, keep dreaming big, and keep designing a great design business. See ya!
David Kaufman, Digital Director, Architectural Digest
Get an inside look at Israel and what it means to be Jewish through the eyes of David Kaufman, Architectural Digest’s Digital Director and a juror for Jewish National Fund-USA’s Envision Tomorrow’s Israel Competition. A Jew of color who was introduced to religion by his black Baptist grandmother, David expounds on the diversity of the Jewish experience, the captivating architecture of Tel Aviv, and what it means to be a creative person. Tune into this week’s IsraelCast episode as host Steven Shalowitz sits down with David, someone you may not know but will feel like a friend by the end of the conversation.
A Commercial Real Estate Auctioneer-Extraordinaire With David Kaufman
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David Kaufman is a seasoned professional auctioneer, commercial real estate lender and owner for over 40 years. "Fireball" is how The Auctioneer Magazine described David Kaufman. He began his real estate and auctioneering career in 1967. Kaufman was the first to conduct auctions for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac as well as the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in the early '80s. In November of 1990, he conducted the first auction of real estate ever held by The Resolution Trust Corporation in this country. Kaufman does a great deal of public speaking and seminars and had taught courses in the MBA program at the Keller Business Institute on real estate decision-making. For five years, he taught a course on Income Property Brokerage at the YMCA Community College in Chicago. In the late 70's Kaufman appeared on MONEY TALK (WCIU-TV, channel 26), for an eight-part real estate investment course with the show's host, Terry Savage. Mr. Kaufman has also appeared on Good Morning America, The Today Show, CNN and Biznet Cable News as well as TV interviews and appearances on TV and radio programs from coast to coast including several on National Public Radio (NPR). Mr. Kaufman, a member of Lambda Alpha (an honorary land economics society) is a CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member www.ccim.com ). His interests and hobbies include hunting, horseback riding, sailing, computer sciences, photography and he is a singer/songwriter (five of his songs are on Spotify and can also be downloaded from iTunes, Amazon, CD Baby and many other sites. Mr. Kaufman has traveled extensively throughout America and around the globe. David Kaufman is a graduate of the University of Illinois. How to reach David firstname.lastname@example.org https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidmkaufman/ The CRE SharkEye Show on YouTube https://youtu.be/QUGoLpMhSt0 The 7 Day CRE Challenge - Get the first day free https://lnkd.in/dg8ptDN The best 6 secrets of commercial real estate https://lnkd.in/dZkCUFR
TerraLex INsights - Interview with John Sandweg and David Kaufman of Nixon Peabody
Interview with John Sandweg and David Kaufman of Nixon Peabody This episode features John Sandweg and David Kaufman of Nixon Peabody. Listen to them as they discuss forced labor and the increased use of withhold release orders. John Sandweg leads the Cross-Border Risks team at Nixon Peabody focusing on complex international challenges involving issues related to cross-border business, immigration, and national security. David Kaufman is the Director of Global Strategies at Nixon Peabody LLP. In this role, he manages and helps develop strategy for the firm’s International Practice, international offices, and relationships with law firms around the world.
A Conversation with Architectural Digest’s Digital Director, David Kaufman | S28E2
The Chaise Lounge Podcast
You've seen them in the lobby at your doctor's office. Maybe you've even read one. On this week’s episode of The Chaise Lounge, Nick May is joined by David Kaufman of Architectural Digest. At Architectural Digest, David is responsible for converting print media to digital content. Nick and David discuss what it takes to be on the AD100 list, moving news to mobile applications, and trends we are seeing in design like paint colors and converting to multi-use rooms. David grew up in San Francisco and moved to New York to attend NYU. He studied journalism and had an internship at another well known magazine. Learn more about Architectural Digest at www.architecturaldigest.com. So I think the biggest trend is that people are going to continue to be in their homes much more than they used to before covid which means that there’s going to be a lot of wear and tear on their home. David Kaufman TweetSo I think the biggest trend is that people are going to continue to be in their homes much more than they used to before covid which means that there’s going to be a lot of wear and tear on their home. David Kaufman TweetChaise Lounge Updates Coast to Coast Design is taking a hiatus as we are working to bring you a better listening experience. Stay tuned for further updates. Our Events Page Resources See what our sponsors can do for you. Upcoming Markets High Point Market – June 5 – 9, 2021 More About Our Sponsors Wrap Up If you would like to hear more episodes, please visit us on iTunes, Spotify or your favorite podcasting app! We'd love it if you post a review, you may even hear your review read live on our next podcast. Also, find The Chaise Lounge on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. With that said, keep dreaming big, and keep designing a great design business. See ya!
David Kaufman has had an illustrious career with high net-worth clients, including the Stronachs, Magna Golf Club, and Menkes where he led the development of Four Seasons Private Residences of Toronto. He has also spent time in broadcasting as the producer and co-host of his own show Alternative Investing on the Business News Network. Currently he is President and CEO of Westcourt Capital, an investment firm he founded in 2009. In this episode, David shares his experience working from home, and managing the portfolios of some of Canada’s wealthiest families and institutions, as well as the uninspired story behind the naming of his company.
#73 - David Kaufman - Hack your lifestyle the right way
Today's guest on Founders365 is David Kaufman (it is also his Birthday today!) at the age of 18 David with 100 pounds in his pocket decided to explore the world. What supposed to be 3 months of experience took long 14 years and some of the greatest experience gathered along the way. Passion for personal development and healthy lifestyle accompanied David all along. I just knew there is more and I wanted to explore it. David decided to take his passion and show people how powerful connection is when aligned through body and mind. His passion for Biohacking and Healthy lifestyle combined with skills of Coaching and NLP made him co-create Lifestyle Movement. The movement which helps people to unlock their true potential the easy and sustainable way. Founders365 is hosted by business coach Steven Haggerty and shares the real stories from Founders who run inspiring and exciting companies. Listen to more and subscribe at https://stevenhaggerty.com/founders365
David Kaufman, Ph.D. - Author of Clues to Lower Mississippi Valley Histories: Language, Archaeology, and Ethnography
David Kaufman, Ph.D. is a published author with several years' experience in writing academic works, journal articles, and books, both fiction and nonfiction. His recent book, Clues to Lower Mississippi Valley histories: language, archaeology, and ethnography, was published by the University of Nebraska Press (2019). David offers an analysis of social, cultural, and linguistic change in the Lower Mississippi Valley from 500 to 1700. He charts how linguistic evidence aids the understanding of earlier cultural and social patterns, traces the diaspora of indigenous peoples, and uncovers instances of human migration. Historical linguistics establishes evidence of contact between indigenous peoples in the linguistic record where other disciplinary approaches have obscured these connections.David has also published two language books, the Biloxi dictionary, and Mobilian Trade Language phrasebook and lexicon, with an Atakapa Išakkoy dictionary in progress. You can learn more about David and his work by visiting his website, https://www.wordlingedit.comClick here or the link above to find David’s book on the Amazon website.Link to the SuccessInsight Podcast: https://www.successinsightpodcast.com/2019/10/david-kaufman-phd-author-of-clues-to.html
In the second episode of Making it Up, host Anthony Assaf is joined by Millicent Butters (Jess Fildes) to discuss her hobbies and her living situation, until the Ghost of Larry the Cable Guy (David Kaufman)makes a surprise appearance to talk about his afterlife experience./Recorded on 2018/02/09Artwork: Stefan Spec (twitter.com/BloodThunderAnd)Theme Song: Jaymie Guy Metivier (email@example.com)Contact info: Anthony Assaf (firstname.lastname@example.org)