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Clients and Technology with Ed Stone

Working Winning Ways

Working Winning Ways is the new name for the podcast and for this shake-up Gary has a fantastic interview with Ed Stone of The Technology Partnership. Hear all about how Ed works with, understands, and builds strong relationships with people that can last over an entire career spanning different companies. KEY TAKEAWAYS Relationships in business development are very important and should be nurtured over long periods of time. Many of their clients didn’t predict that they would need work with The Technology Partnership again, but because those connections were there then the choice of who to go with was easy. It’s the people who are trying to solve the problems within organisations who are the ones who will come to us to help them solve it no matter which business they’re working for. You shouldn’t assume you know what is best for a client at a particular time. You need to really listen to their needs and understand the nature of the problem in front of you. To do that you need to recruit great communicators who can make sure you’re on the same page. Hard technical things are very rarely a solo endeavour, they require lots of people from different backgrounds to work together. BEST MOMENTS ‘Cambridge is a low-risk place to do risky things’ ‘At the end of the day it’s got to hinge on commercial viability’ ‘That curiosity is an aspect of being a great business developer’ ABOUT THE GUEST Ed Stone: “Cell and gene therapies have shown the ability to cure some of the most terrible diseases. I am passionate about finding ways to get these treatments to more patients by revolutionizing how we manufacture them.For over 15 years, I have been fortunate to work with some of the world's most innovative companies to help bring new life science products to market. The last 7 years I have dedicated to cell and gene therapy manufacturing, spanning from commercial strategy through technology development and onto production.I have worked with clients to develop new technologies, enjoyed the challenges of finding technical solutions, undertaking risk analysis, performing due diligence, creating new IP and meeting with regulators.The Technology Partnership is an independent technology company where scientists and engineers collaborate to invent, design and develop new products and technologies.” LinkedIn Website ABOUT THE HOST Gary Williams has been in sales and marketing his entire career. The past 10 years have been dedicated to helping technically minded non-salespeople become skilled and confident in selling themselves and their services. Gary's LinkedIn Questas Website InstagramSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

12mins

2 Nov 2021

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10mins

12 Oct 2020

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Ed Stone Interview 31 August 2019

Book Talk Radio Club's show

I'm talking to Ed Stone on Book Talk Radio Club. In 2014, upon finding an old-unpublished manuscript of his father's from circa 1974, Ed decided to get the book in print, as a tribute to his father Austin Stone's memory. Austin Stone, a well-known British novelist and BBC Playwright wrote Missing, Murder Suspected, a trio of murder/mystery stories based on true events. Find out more at https://www.booktalkradio.info/ed-stone

17mins

31 Aug 2019

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Ed Stone Interview 06 October 2018

Book Talk Radio Club's show

I'm talking to Ed Stone on Book Talk Radio Club. Ed is the editor of Missing, Murder Suspected, a trio of murder/mystery stories based on true events authored by his late father Austin Stone, a well-known British novelist and BBC Playwright. Listen in and find out where to purchase Missing, Murder Suspected at www.booktalkradio.info#booktalkradioclub#indieauthorsonair#authorslovebooktalkradioclub

11mins

6 Oct 2018

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Ed Stone and the forty year old interstellar voyage.

Surely You're Joking

40 years ago, on September 5, 1977, Voyager 1 launched from Florida, Earth, to begin a grand planetary tour of the solar system, taking spectacular pictures and measurements of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune and then, spectacularly, being the first human made object to leave our solar system and officially enter interstellar space. Kevin and Jimmy talked to Ed Stone, a scientist who shaped the path of Voyager 1 and 2, about their historic discoveries over the last four decades.

19mins

5 Sep 2017

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Ed Stone and Forty Years of Voyager in Space

Planetary Radio: Space Exploration, Astronomy and Science

It is most space fans’ favorite planetary science mission, and with good reason. We visit with the man who has been in charge of Voyager mission science for more than four decades.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

32mins

16 Aug 2017

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Ed Stone and the extraterrestrial Europain geyser.

Surely You're Joking

Prof. Ed Stone, one of the most accomplished and decorated scientists of our time, joins Kevin and Jimmy to break down the spectacular news about the Jovian moon Europa (the forbidden moon in the movie 2010.) Not only do we now have proof that it has a salty ocean, but it is spraying out water geysers on to the surface and into space. Searching for life on the moon, may not require drilling into miles thick of ice sheets that cover.

51mins

6 Oct 2016

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Exploring in the Interstellar Medium - Ed Stone

Keck Institute for Space Studies - Video

Professor Ed Stone from Caltech talks about Exploring in the Interstellar Medium during the short course at the Keck Institute for Space Studies on September 8, 2014. In conjunction with the KISS program Science and Enabling Technologies to Explore the Interstellar Medium

31mins

22 Oct 2014

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Talking with JPL's Blaine Baggett and Ed Stone About "The Stuff of Dreams"

Planetary Radio: Space Exploration, Astronomy and Science

JPL’s Blaine Baggett and former JPL director Ed Stone talk “The Stuff of Dreams,” a documentary about an era in planetary exploration that was both exhilarating and exasperating. Emily Lakdawalla explains why Curiosity has joined the fraternity of backward driving rovers on Mars, and Bill Nye considers the not-too-distant future when airliners and spaceliners will share the sky.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

33mins

25 Feb 2014

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Full interview with Ed Stone, former director of NASA's JPL

Pod Delusion Extra

Liz spoke to Ed about the Voyager probes, which are on the verge of leaving the solar system.

8 Dec 2011

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