In this exclusive interview, Ben Taylor discusses his incredible new album, his controversial party and his relationships: past and future.The Bohemian by Ben Taylor drops on March 12th. Check it out! Email: email@example.comInstagram: @mygutpodcast
In this the third recent episode dedicated to growing the game, Ben Thomas of the Whistler Racket Club lays out his vision, which could very well (fingers crossed) become a template, for growing the game. Whistler squash has had its sights set on adding squash to its tennis facility for some time now. Meanwhile, pickle ball has stepped in become all the rage there, but with that Ben and the WRC team have a view towards bringing squash into the fold. Ben's insight into this touches on many key aspects of what squash might want to consider in terms of growing the game.
The Panel with Ben Thomas and Jo McCaroll (Part 2)
RNZ: The Panel
Topics - Despite an expectation that prices would dampen post Covid, house prices remain a hot issue. The chief executive of The Property Council, Leonie Freeman, joins the Panel to discuss the market conditions. The Education Ministry has revealed it is planning for so-called 'mega schools' for up to 4500 students. Post Primary Teachers Association president Jack Boyle joins The Panel to discuss. It's that time of the year - Melbourne Cup. TAB Racing Trading Manager, Thad Taylor, tells The Panel who Kiwis have put their money on. Fat activist and lecturer in Education at Massey University, Dr Cat Pausé, tells panellists why the word 'fat' is being reclaimed and why it's not to be feared.
The Panel with Ben Thomas and Jo McCaroll (Part 1)
RNZ: The Panel
Topics - Michael Plank Professor in the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Canterbury and Principal Investigator at Te Punaha Matatini shares his thoughts with The Panel about how Covid-19 is tracking in New Zealand. Americans are bracing for an election day unlike any in US history. The Panel crosses to Texas to speak to New Zealander Shannon Huse Caldwell, who lives in the fourth largest US city, Houston, to find out what the vibe is like on election eve.
Ep 040 – Going LIVE & other Virtual Tools from Big Brands – with Ben Thomas of MarketScale
Trade Show University for Virtual & Live Events
Ben Thomas currently serves as the Sr. Director of Publishing for MarketScale, a B2B publisher and strategic marketing firm, overseeing 16 publications. He has over a decade of award winning experience in visual direction and media creation for large scale events, Over The Top & live streaming platforms, marketing, network television, and social media. Ben decided on his career path at the age of 7, and to date has led some of the most influential brands in the world to billions of content interactions.Ben's Top Tips:- Think about what your audience wants to see or learn.- Remember to Educate, Inform and Inspire!- Try going LIVE! Grab your phone, do a Zoom call live, or if you are too apprehensive to go Live, record a video and then work the chat during the "live" broadcast- Don't replicate what you do at Traditional Trade Shows. This looks like you're not making any effort. Have to do more to Engage with your audience!- Own your channel! Learn more about BrandLive: Visit: https://www.marketscale.com/solutions/live-video/Contact Ben and to learn more:Email firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit: https://www.marketscale.com/
Oliver Wicksteed, Chairman of the Wicksteed Charitable Trust and Ben Thomas from All Things Business
Open4Business from NLive Radio
Oliver Wicksteed, Chairman of the Wicksteed Charitable Trust, tells us of the challenges that Covid-19 brought to the park and its operating company, and the plans taking shape for the Par to rise from the ashes like a phoenix, joined fellow Liverpool supporter Ben Thomas from All Things Business for his views on the local business scene. Originally Broadcast 30th June 2020