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Mark Hurley

6 Podcast Episodes

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The Beaver State Podcast: Mule Deer Nutrition, Predation and Climate with Mark Hurley

Beaver State Podcast

Mule deer range is characterized by beautiful but unforgiving landscapes. Mule deer numbers have always been determined in the margins between ever-changing weather patterns, food sources and predator numbers. Today they face additional problems like loss of winter range, obstacles to migration, poaching and invasive plants. Because their survival is so dependent on these razor thin margins, scientific research has driven conservation of the species. Idaho Department of Fish and Game biologist Mark Hurley has been studying mule deer for much of his twenty plus year career. He's scrutinized everything from loss of nutrition to predator reduction in his quest to better understand mule deer survival and what management actions can be done to improve that. 

1hr 15mins

10 Sep 2020

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Belmont Buzz with Asst. Belmont Police Chief Mark Hurley

From the Newsroom: Wicked Local

Belmont Buzz host Joanna Tzouvelis speaks with newly promoted Assistant Belmont Police Chief Mark Hurley about the current climate for public safety officials in general and what challenges the Belmont Police face in this unprecedented time of protest and pandemic.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

34mins

24 Aug 2020

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Belmont Buzz with Asst. Belmont Police Chief Mark Hurley

From the Newsroom: Gatehouse Media

Belmont Buzz host Joanna Tzouvelis speaks with newly promoted Assistant Belmont Police Chief Mark Hurley about the current climate for public safety officials in general and what challenges the Belmont Police face in this unprecedented time of protest and pandemic.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

34mins

24 Aug 2020

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Mitch Meets With Texas Apartment President, Mark Hurley

Real Estate Investor Summit Podcast

Running a commercial real estate company is a tough hat to wear, let alone leading a statewide trade association that links the biggest players in the rental property business. For Mark Hurley, running the Texas Apartment Association is certainly challenging, especially with the coronavirus pandemic going on during his watch as the association’s president. Mark is not your stereotypical real estate investor, who is supposed to be aggressive in the way they pursue profit and growth. Building on his father’s legacy, he believes in the concept of small, consistent growth. Together with an organizational philosophy that creates the most satisfying working environment for employees, he has kept the company his father built afloat and growing even in a time of economic uncertainty and chaos. He now shares his journey and the lessons he has learned from it as he joins Mitch Stephen on the show. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Real Estate Investor Summit Community:reinvestorsummit.comReal Estate Investor Summit FacebookReal Estate Investor Summit TwitterReal Estate Investor Summit YouTubeMitch Stephen LinkedIn

33mins

4 Jun 2020

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Episode 25: Bowl Season and Fixing the CFB Playoff w/ Mark Hurley

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The guys are happy to welcome Sean’s dad Mark to the show to discuss the College Football Playoff. They debate on what is the best format for the Playoff moving forward before breaking down this year’s final 4 and other top Bowl games. Please be sure to *DOWNLOAD* the episode, subscribe and leave a review below! Follow us on Instagram @yesterdayspaper18 and Twitter @ystrdayspaper18 

34mins

12 Dec 2018

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Always be ready to sell: Mark Hurley on selling to an $11 billion agency

Business Is Boring

Today's guest is a serial entrepreneur. If you haven't heard of his latest company you've very likely seen their work on awarded and effective websites for clients like Marketo, Visa, Air Newzleand, Spark, and Les Mills. Having started just six years ago with a perfectly timed mix of design, brand marketing, and build for the market, his agency Little Giant came and got big fast. Little Giant was one of New Zealand's fastest growing companies in 2015 on the Deloitte Fast 50. One of Asia Pacific's fastest growing companies in 2015 and 2016, and Mark was named an EY Entrepreneur of the Year finalst in 2017.They grew big and they got bought by one of the leading players in global advertising, the $11 billion annual revenue behemoth Dentsu Aegis. It's a huge achievement in a short time but it wasn't Mark's first rodeo. He's been starting companies since he was 17 and learned some hard lessons along the way that he's turned into his exit and next launching pad. Mark Hurley joined us on the podcast.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

21mins

19 Oct 2017