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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Rebecca White. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Rebecca White, often where they are interviewed.

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17 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Rebecca White. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Rebecca White, often where they are interviewed.

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THUR 1 OCT 20: TasCOSS, Rebecca White, Tasmania JackJumpers

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Full podcast of Tasmania Talks with Martin Agatyn for Thursday 1st October 2020.
Oct 01 2020 · 1hr 41mins
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THUR 3 SEP 20: TCCI, Rebecca White, chainsaw safety

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Full podcast of Tasmania Talks with Aaron Stevens for Thursday 3rd September 2020.
Sep 03 2020 · 1hr 40mins
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Enterprise Customer Intelligence with Rebecca White of Databook

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During this episode of Tech Qualified, Tristan Pelligrino chats with Rebecca White, Vice President of Marketing at Databook. During the podcast episode, Rebecca talks about her past working experience in B2B organizations. Her experience stems from mostly field sales organizations where she’s driven pipeline from a marketing perspective. Rebecca also discusses her current role at Databook which is a startup that differentiates itself as an Enterprise Customer Intelligence platform.

  • Rebecca graduated with a degree in English and feels this helps her understand how to analyze information and share information which resonates with people.
  • Rebecca starts the podcast by sharing information about her past experience working with B2B organizations and building marketing functions. 
  • She talks about how she got into marketing after taking jobs at an entry-level after school.
  • She spent about ten years in marketing, consulting, running a marketing strategy company. 
  • Rebecca introduces Databook as a platform that reduces the time that Account Execs spend on research and then provides them with a financial case for change so that they can close more deals faster, which drives pipeline acceleration across the board. 
  • She discusses how it’s important for marketers to have industry expertise, because it’s easier to learn a product than it is to learn about an entire market.
  • She discusses the marketing function of startups which change every three to six months.
  • Rebecca states that it’s good to be a generalist because tools change, flows change - find out what works and what doesn’t work.
  • When discussing the platform, Rebecca mentions that apart from the regulatory, compliance-related part, one needs to have the right data to send the right messages to people. 
  • Tech stack and data is a storyboarding process because you need different inputs and outputs -  the entire process is like putting a puzzle together. 
  • Setting up a foundation, making sure everything is correct, making sure that, everything is in compliance, building out the messages, building out all the materials are things that are required to accelerate the business.
  • Creating an inbound engine is a lot more expensive than creating an outbound engine, but it bears much more fruit in the long term.
  • One of Rebecca’s early initiatives was at least installing a “billboard” for the Databook brand and this involved a simple website, with clear messaging in place. 
  • According to Rebecca, Digital marketing has created an incredible amount of noise - fruit that’s a little bit too ripe. 
  • Rebecca discusses the importance of creating a valuable network and how this is as important as following/reading publications or other online resources.
Key Points
  • While talking about the benefits of an English degree and moving to marketing, she said “you can do anything because it's just about learning how to sort of analyze information and disseminate the information so that it resonates with people.”
  • According to Rebecca, inbound takes longer and is more expensive, but has larger benefits long term. She stated “I'm always focusing at least 50% of my time on trying to move us forward on inbound, which includes the branding and the corporate comm and the awareness activities...because that drives people to your website.” 
Jun 18 2020 · 34mins
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OneTAKE Live: Training & Enabling Tomorrow's Entrepreneurs With Dr. Rebecca White

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“Entrepreneurs are affecting their industries. They’re not affected by it, they’re affecting it. We’re changing the world.” – Dr. Rebecca White

What makes a successful entrepreneur? Is it luck? Timing? Should college students simply drop out and start companies the moment they have an idea? There’s an equation to successful entrepreneurship, but the variables aren’t always obvious. How does a new entrepreneur get ahead? Join us this week on OneTAKE live with our host, Ian Barkin, as he speaks with Dr. Rebecca White, Professor of Entrepreneurship at the University of Tampa, about how today’s entrepreneurs are preparing for the world of tomorrow.

It’s hard to pin down what makes a good entrepreneur. For example, there’s an advantage to experience, but also an advantage to youth. It’s important to have support, but too many founders can be a big problem. A big opportunity might arise, but the timing might not be right. The entrepreneurial equation is delicate, and when you’re starting a company, things get complicated fast.

Fortunately, Dr. White is an entrepreneurship expert. She treats entrepreneurship like a science by experimenting, studying and considering variables at each stage. To Dr. White, entrepreneurship is a way of looking at the world: she teaches her students to see needs, solve problems and take advantage of opportunity. In addition to her work with the University of Tampa, Dr White also hosts the podcast The EN Factor, and writes for The EN Factor blog.   

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The En Factor

The En Factor Blog

The Kauffman Foundation - Entrepreneurship

May 20 2020 · 55mins
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Talking Tourism Episode #43 - Covid-19 Special: Our Tourism Outlook with Rebecca White MP

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The Hon Rebecca White MP is Tasmania's Shadow Spokesperson for Tourism, and Leader of the Labor Party in the Tasmanian Parliament. 

Rebecca's sprawling electorate of Lyons is also one of the most tourism-dependent electorates in the country, stretching across central Tasmania and onto the East Coast  and Tasman Peninsula. 

Rebecca sits down with TICT CEO Luke Martin, to share her thoughts on the COVID-19 emergency. The outlook ahead for Tasmania and its visitor economy, and her aspirations for the recovery. 

Rebecca also speaks candidly about her own family's experience as operators of hospitality and tourism businesses, in having to confront many of the difficult challenges all business operators in our sectors have had to navigate over recent weeks.   

May 04 2020 · 30mins
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Confessions of a Spiritual Entrepreneur with Rebecca White

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Rebecca White is an abundance codes breakthrough Coach for impact driven female entrepreneurs! Having grown up in an abusive household Rebecca is passionate about helping women bio-hack their abundance sequence and release their invisible blocks for a more successful business. As a certified Law of Attraction Coach, Emotion Code Facilitator, Psych-K Practitioner, and an intuitive entrepreneur she has truly blueprinted a new way of navigating to success bringing the nervous system on board to make BIG BANK. In this episode Rebecca gets candid about her past and how it fuelled her to become one of the big hitters in the entrepreneurial world, we chat about how safety is the number one priority for us to build on in the areas we wish to expand in + that understanding your own nervous system is the key to really receiving divine compensation in business + life. Most of us have experienced some degree of trauma in our lives and in order to fully self-regulate we need to co-regulate, which helps us tease out the stories, behaviours, repeated patterns + belief systems we operate from... it is here that the magic lies, for understanding these deeply personal dominant states enables us to unlock our greatest potential + step into Full Agency (our highest state of being). Rebecca and I uncover the role of control, looking at how it heavily comes into play on a day-to-day basis especially in the realm of business and that by doing the work on your nervous system + truly entering an empowered state - confidence to speak your truth, feeling secure and STILL being unattached to the outcome can flow freely. Rebecca also gives us a 5-step process to quickly + easily calm down the nervous system and shares with us her knowledge on attachment styles, further opening up the connection between safety + success. This episode is surely one to unlock your abundance sequencing to bring deep insight + cultivate a greater sense of wellbeing.

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Apr 08 2020 · 45mins
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A Pleasant Little Kitchen -- Rebecca White

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Rebecca White of A Pleasant Little Kitchen joins Chrissie and Lisa in this episode of Wonder

A Pleasant Little Kitchen is the result of that love. Rebecca  delights in grocery shopping, reading food articles, talking about food and testing new recipes.

She wants to extend to you the joy and beauty she finds in the kitchen. 

Feb 27 2020 · 32mins
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‘We Are All Good People Here’ by Susan Rebecca White

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"Spanning more than thirty years of American history, from the twilight of Kennedy’s Camelot to the beginning of Bill Clinton’s presidency, ‘We Are All Good People Here’ is a captivating, meaningful, resonant story about two flawed but well-meaning women clinging to a lifelong friendship that is tested by the rushing waters of history and their own good intentions.
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00:00 - Show Opening
01:08 - mahalia - Son Little
01:18 - Episode Intro
02:51 - mahalia (Cont’d) - Son Little
04:50 - Interview with Susan Rebecca White, Part 1
27:25 - hey rose - Son Little
30:19 - Interview with Susan Rebecca White, Part 2
49:59 - about her. again - Son Little
50:18 - Episode Outro
51:37 - about her. again (Cont’d) - Son Little
54:07 - Finish
Feb 27 2020 · 54mins
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Ep.27: Tasmanian Labor Leader Rebecca White

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Dunn Street founder Stephen Donnelly kicked off season 2 of Socially Democratic with Tasmanian Leader of the Opposition, Labor’s Rebecca White.

Rebecca spoke about growing up in regional Tasmania, her entry into state politics, the state of the Tasmanian economy, her view on dealing with the Greens political party and campaigning under a Hare-Clarke electoral system. 

Today’s episode is recorded in conjunction with – and thanks to - the Chifley Research Centre and Australian Labor International.

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Jan 31 2020 · 47mins
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Chapter 7: We Are All Good People Here with Susan Rebecca White

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Author Susan Rebecca White joins us for this weeks episode to discuss her newest book, We Are All Good People Here, her love of research and the political climate of the 60's and today.

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Sep 23 2019 · 28mins