Ep. 3 with Bob Moore Farms: Here's The Scoop": with Vessels, Little, & Pozzi
Here's the Scoop with Vessels, Little & Pozzi
This week “Here’s The Scoop”: with Vessels and Pozzi goes on the road for the second time. We take you to a town of champions. Norman, Oklahoma — home to University of Oklahoma, and its seven National football Championships, ofcourse. Also(just a few miles south across the Canadian River) it is home to the elite of the elite equine champions and Stallions. The Quarter Horse world’s “Gold Standard in Stallion Farms, and racing breeding operations is unlike any other. Taped last Thursday, our own Colt Vessels tours what is the farm that is the gold standard in American Quarter Horse Breeding. The place that stands the AQHA’s leading sire: Apollitical Jess, also stands: FDD Dynasty, Flying Cowboy 123, Mr. Apollitical Dash, and Hes Relentless.Colt also sits down with Phillip Stewart, a man who went to high school with Kristi Peterson, the famous world champion barrel racer. Phillip would go on to start at the adjacent, Moore Family owned Broad Acres Polo Club, as a polo field mower in 1982, in 1985 he began cleaning stalls at Bob Moore Farms and then became manager. Phillip is according to the farm’s site “one of most respected individuals in the Quarter Horse Racing industry. He sits on the AQHA Racing Committee, Racing Council, and Graded Stakes Sub Committee. A former OQHRA President, he remains a director emeritus for the association and is on the board of directors for Heritage Place Sale Company. Phillip is well respected in the breeding business for his knowledge of pedigree and commitment to providing the best mare and foal care around.”Moderator and Host Penn Little said, “I’ve known Phillip Stewart since I was a freshman playing polo at the adjacent Broad Acres Polo Club, just adjacent to the farm, he was as willing to provide advice, assistance, and still does today. I don’t think I’ve met someone who knows more about the business of Quarter Horses, or all horses for that matter.” He’s probably forgotten more about racing data, bloodlines, and the history of the breed and horsemanship–than I’ll ever know.”Colt Vessels also get’s to interview a very special guest, FDD Dynasty (by First Down Dash x Dinastia Toll Brz, by Tolltac)Then Colt talks about the future for Bob Moore farms, Makayla Yonkers, graduated from Micigan State University’s horse management program and is primed to lead Bob Moore into the next generation with Phillip serving as Senior advisor.
Join host Adam Michalski as he interviews Bob Moore, CEO & Co-Founder at Crossbeam. They discuss how Crossbeam is unlocking new data layers and building new partnership economies.Topics Covered:Bob’s Journey to PartnershipsWhere Does Crossbeam Fit Into the Ecosystem Right Now?Unlocking New Types of DatasetsCrossbeam, Partnered & The Partner CloudWhere is Crossbeam Going?Partner with Crossbeam:Bob’s LinkedInBob’s TwitterCrossbeamThe Partner CloudCrossbeam PartnersCrossbeam CareersSponsors:Partnership LeadersPartneredSubscribe at www.partneredpodcast.com.Interested in joining the podcast? Reach out to email@example.com.
The PARTNERNOMICS Show - Episode 9 - Bob Moore, Co-Founder & CEO @ Crossbeam
In this week's episode of The PARTNERNOMICS Show, Mark Brigman is joined by Bob Moore, Co-Founder & CEO at Crossbeam, a collaborative data platform that helps companies build more valuable partnerships by discovering which customers and leads they have in common. Moore previously co-founded Stitch (Acquired by Talend in 2018) and RJMetrics (acquired by Adobe by way of Magento Commerce in 2016). In this episode the duo debates the 4 questions below: Compensation: The average comp for a partnering pro in the US is $177k. Is this too high or too little? Failure: Some studies suggest that 80-90% of partners in a channel program provide no value. Why and what should be done to address this? Events: Has COVID caused us to rethink virtual events? Innovation: Is the “innovation process” different in an ecosystem-focused organization vs a traditional-minded org? Be sure to visit PARTNERNOMICS.com to find more show episodes and to learn how to become an SPLP® certified partnering professional (https://partnernomics.com/splp-lp/)
Bob Moore is CEO at Crossbeam, a partnerships ecosystem platform. Bob and Auren dive into the challenges of kickstarting a partnership, the prisoner’s dilemma that inherently exists within every new partnership, and ways to solve these issues. They also explore Bob’s learnings as a serial entrepreneur and what he wishes he’d done differently along the way. You can find Auren Hoffman (CEO of SafeGraph) on Twitter at @auren and Bob Moore at @robertjmooreWorld of DaaS is brought to you by SafeGraph. For more episodes, visit safegraph.com/podcasts
Financing the Industrial Hemp industry | iHemp Hour ft. Bob Moore
iHemp Michigan Podcast
On this week's episode of the iHemp Hour, we speak with Bob Moore of https://bobmoorefinancing.com/ in Oklahoma. Bob is an avid fan of the hemp industry and is actively working with companies in the US and Canada. Learn about the unique challenges and what to avoid when financing your hemp business.
#0005 Bob Moore: Running For Gibson County Mayor Tennessee
Bob Moore sits down to introduce himself as he campaigns to become the next county mayor of Gibson county Tennessee at Guy & Tammy Causey's cafe, The Coffee Shop, in downtown Humboldt, TN. We have a pretty chill conversation about a broad range of topics from education, infrastructure, immigration and refugees in Gibson County, Covid mandates, Federal government overreach, the local hospital system, civil servants wages, and more! So get that favorite drink ready, sit back and enjoy.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/citizenscollective/support
The PARTNERNOMICS Show - Episode 3 - Bob Moore, Co-Founder and CEO @ Crossbeam
In this week's episode of The PARTNERNOMICS Show, Mark Brigman is joined by Bob Moore, Co-Founder & CEO at Crossbeam, a collaborative data platform that helps companies build more valuable partnerships by discovering which customers and leads they have in common. Moore previously co-founded Stitch (Acquired by Talend in 2018) and RJMetrics (acquired by Adobe by way of Magento Commerce in 2016). In this episode the duo debates the 4 questions below: Privacy: Are corporate data privacy concerns a barrier to account mapping solutions such as crossbeam? Degrees: Will we see a world that includes “professional certifications” that replace college degrees at some point?The pace of business is accelerating and Universities are lagging. Get a Marketing Degree today. Students are better teachers… Organization Structure: Should the “partnering team” report to the Sales Lead or another executive?Most sales leaders are zero-sum, transactional thinkers. Don’t understand partnering. Sales = hunter; Partnering Professionals are General Managers Attrition: More than half of partnership professionals switched companies in 2021. Why and will this continue?Hiring executives have no way to validate a candidate’s knowledge. The labor pool of partnering professionals was tapped out years ago. How to grow the crop of future professionals. Be sure to visit PARTNERNOMICS.com to find more show episodes and to learn how to become an SPLP® certified partnering professional (https://partnernomics.com/splp-lp/)