Reflections on the media: Matt Peacock and Nick Franklin in discussion
Rights, Rorts and Rants
Veteran news and current affairs reporters Matt Peacock and Nick Franklin discuss media - using the new series on ABC “The Newsreader” as a starting point to talk about television – the highs and the lows – particularly the ABCs Four Corners, which celebrated its 60th year of continuous broadcast in August this year, and is under sustained attack from the Murdoch media. This is followed by a discussion on the uniqueness of radio and why we need it, Murdoch’s political influence, the kind of news and views expressed on Sky After Dark, the coming federal election and its likely coverage by the media. This episode was first broadcast on Radio Blue Mountains 89.1FM on 27/8/2021. Rights, Rorts and Rants is broadcast from 4pm to 6pm on 89.1FM or can be live streamed from rbm.org.au. If you'd like to add to the discussion, you can leave an audio comment about our show, which may be added to one of our podcasts..Apply to be a guest on our show. Join BMUC. Join a union - 1300 486 466 or join online. Disclaimer: We seek a range of perspectives but that means that views expressed in these podcasts are not necessarily endorsed by the Blue Mountains Unions Council Inc. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rightsrortsandrants/message
Nick Franklin and I talked about what it is like to go down the venture capital route instead of bootstrapping. For me this was a glimpse into another way of doing things.Nick and I discussed:why he used outside investment to create ChartMogulChartMogul's focus on creating good contentfinding a steady stream of interesting things to write aboutthe difficulty of knowing how customers are acquiredgetting pricing rightNick on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Nick_Franklin ChartMogul: https://chartmogul.com/This episode is also on YouTube.Discuss this episode on our community.
Activism at the Fairmont Resort - Ken Zajicek interviewed by Nick Franklin
Rights, Rorts and Rants
In this episode, we hear an activist's story of a successful industrial dispute in the Blue Mountains hospitality industry and the impact of WorkChoices on two workers when former BMUC member Ken Zajicek joins us. Ken was an activist, union delegate at the Fairmont Resort in the Blue Mountains and an Organiser for United Voice (formerly the LHMU, now the United Workers' Union. Ken now lives on the Central Coast and you'll hear some of his local birdlife in the background. If you'd like to add to the discussion, you can leave an audio comment about our show, which may be added to one of our podcasts. This episode was broadcast on Radio Blue Mountains 89.1FM on 29th January 2021. Apply to be a guest on our show. Join a union - 1300 486 466 or join online. Join BMUC. Rights, Rorts and Rants is broadcast from 4pm to 6pm on 89.1FM or can be live streamed from rbm.org.au. The BMUC pays its respect to, and acknowledges, the Darug and Gundungurra First Peoples of the Blue Mountains area and acknowledges this is Aboriginal Land that was never ceded. Disclaimer: We seek a range of perspectives but that means that views expressed in these podcasts are not necessarily endorsed by the Blue Mountains Unions Council Inc.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rightsrortsandrants/message
For this forty-fifth episode, I talked to Nick Franklin, Founder and CEO of ChartMogul, one of the leading platforms to track and analyze subscription metrics for SaaS and mobile subscription companies.Previous to ChartMogul, Nick worked at Zendesk and he started up its EMEA and then Asian operations as a general manager. He experienced firsthand how difficult it was to track and analyze their metrics and he built up a system for it internally. It wasn’t user friendly however, nor did it answer all his questions quickly. So after 5 years at Zendesk, he went out on his own and started ChartMogul.We talk about the joys of building stuff and hiring the right people, how he’s looking to go deeper in the current niche, his plans with implementing EOS, living in Korea, and developing your own inner confidence.
#18 Nick Franklin, Trusting Your Gut Is One Of The Best Business Tool You've Got
In this episode of Uncharted and Eclectic, we talked with Nick Franklin, Founder and CEO of ChartMogul, (www.chartmogul.com/) a company that helps hundreds of subscription businesses extract value from their data; from large SaaS and media businesses to niche monthly gift box companies. Prior to launching ChartMogul, Nick was a director and early team member at Zendesk, the cloud-based customer service platform, where he worked for more than 5 years. He helped grow Zendesk from 9 person startup to a NYSE listed company of more than 600 companies. In August 2014 Nick moved with his wife to Berlin to launch ChartMogul. Connect with Nick: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickfranklin/ https://twitter.com/Nick_Franklin/ Connect with Poya Osgouei: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/poyaosgouei/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/IamPoya Connect with Robby Allen: Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/robbyallen/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/_RobbyAllen --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/uncharted1/support
Scale: ChartMogul’s Nick Franklin on navigating hypergrowth
Inside Intercom Podcast
EP29 | Nick Franklin (ChartMogul) - Why retention is your #1 weapon to drive expansion revenue and how to track it
Today on Churn.fm we have Nick Franklin, the CEO and Founder of ChartMogulIn this episode, we talked about why Nick founded ChartMogul, the most important thing Nick learned about churn and retention, and why onboarding problem equals churn problem.We also talked about how companies use ChartMogul to track their churn and retention, unique ways Nick’s customers go about preventing churn, and the main customer metric ChartMogul always focuses on. Nick also shared his insights on why customer retention is the #1 metric you should track if your revenue is based on expansion, why ChartMogul changed their revenue model and how ChartMogul thinks about the ownership of churn and retention metrics in the company.As usual, I'm excited to hear what you think of this episode, and if you have any feedback, I would love to hear from you. You can email me directly on Andrew@churn.fm. Don't forget to follow us on Twitter.
Is there a downside to dogfooding? - Nick Franklin @ ChartMogul
Product to Product
It's our season 3 finale of Product to Product, a podcast for / by product people! We're breaking down, dissecting and debunking the product buzzwords you love to hate, and hate to love. In our last episode, we’re joined by ChartMogul’s Founder & CEO, Nick Franklin to talk about dogfooding. What happens when you use your own products? You can get some great insights from loving and hating the same things as your customer. Nick weighs in on some of the cultural changes that can happen in your organization when you eat your own dog food, or even how it can skew your product decisions. You can subscribe to Product to Product on iTunes, Google Play or Spotify, or get the latest episodes delivered to your inbox by subscribing here.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Understanding SaaS Metrics - with Nick Franklin, Founder & CEO at ChartMogul - #StartupBasics
S01E07 - Understanding SaaS Metrics Guest: Nick Franklin, Founder & CEO at ChartMogul Insights Alley: Startup, Product, Growth, Sales & Strategy Insights for Entrepreneurs. Its a Blog/Podcast by Arun Verma. Get Notes of this conversation at https://insightsalley.com/notes Please give feedback and suggest topics for next episodes on firstname.lastname@example.org
Nick Franklin is a Sydney based Record Producer. He has earnt his stripes working with the likes of The Grates, Daniel Johns, Peking Duck all the way through to Miley Cyrus. Between running his own studio, playing in several bands and producing records Nick found the time to tell us how he works.