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On Experiential Marketing Tech: Paul Whitney, Executive Producer at Blue Media

MADE NYC 2016

Kendall Allen interviews Paul Whitney, Executive Producer at Blue Media

10mins

9 Nov 2016

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Paul Whitney, Executive Producer at Blue Media

VoiceAmerica Live Events

Live Broadcast from the MADE for Broadcast booth from Adtech NYC 2016.SHIFT Innovation and disruption are the building blocks for change and they rarely happen quietly - so what is making waves of change, today?Shift is about learning from those on the forefront of emerging trends and beginning to shift your mindset on what is possible when it comes to staying connected and engaged with your evolving customer.

1hr

2 Nov 2016

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Paul Whitney, Executive Producer at Blue Media

The Tech Cat Show

Live Broadcast from the MADE for Broadcast booth from Adtech NYC 2016. SHIFT Innovation and disruption are the building blocks for change and they rarely happen quietly - so what is making waves of change, today? Shift is about learning from those on the forefront of emerging trends and beginning to shift your mindset on what is possible when it comes to staying connected and engaged with your evolving customer.

10mins

2 Nov 2016

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Paul Whitney, Executive Producer at Blue Media

adtech MADE

Live Broadcast from the MADE for Broadcast booth from Adtech NYC 2016.SHIFT Innovation and disruption are the building blocks for change and they rarely happen quietly - so what is making waves of change, today?Shift is about learning from those on the forefront of emerging trends and beginning to shift your mindset on what is possible when it comes to staying connected and engaged with your evolving customer.

10mins

2 Nov 2016

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Empowering Beekeepers with Social Innovation with Paul Whitney & Elizabeth Connell – November 1, 2016

Startup Canada Podcast: Canada's Entrepreneurship Podcast

Startups often struggle to tell their story. Who are they? What is their purpose? How are they changing the way people interact with the world? Entrepreneurs Paul Whitney and Liz Connell don’t have this problem. They share their story of how they turned honey into empowerment every chance they get.  “We’re not just helping people or the planet,” says Paul. “It’s a completely fulfilled circle of sustainability and it’s remarkable how simple it is. It’s still a purchase transaction and a sale but what it results in is so many things for so many people. It’s a great story that continues to evolve and we love telling it!”  Paul Whitney is the Managing Director at African Bronze Honey, a for-profit social enterprise dedicated to marketing organic African honey and honey products from 6000 artisanal beekeepers in the remote areas around the headwaters of the Zambezi River. Paul has traveled extensively and created successful businesses in Canada, Africa and the Caribbean.  Elizabeth Connell is the Director at African Bronze Honey. Elizabeth’s professional background is in Communications and Design. Liz has worked in Canada, Africa and the Caribbean on projects for government and the public sector, the arts, education and heritage sectors, interpretive centres and museums, and the voluntary sector.  In this week’s #StartupPodcast, host Rivers Corbett talks with Liz and Paul about starting up, social innovation, and empowering African beekeepers with honey. This podcast is brought to you by .CA Domains, Quickbooks Online, and Rebel.com – your partners in growing your business. The post Empowering Beekeepers with Social Innovation with Paul Whitney & Elizabeth Connell – November 1, 2016 appeared first on Startup Canada.

49mins

1 Nov 2016