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Episode 141 - Jamie Adams

Nick Helm and Nathaniel Metcalfe's Fan Club

The latest member of Nick Helm and Nathaniel Metcalfe’s Fan Club is film director Jamie Adams

1hr 53mins

9 Jul 2021

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EP035 Leading With Love | Jamie Adams

The Chiefs by Whiteark

James Ciuffetelli is asking the questions  this week on 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐂𝐡𝐢𝐞𝐟𝐬, with Jamie Adams in the hot seat.  Jamie leads strategic partnerships and growth for Scorpion and brings over 12 years of digital marketing experience to the table.He advocates for leadership with a heart and cites building genuine connection as critical to the success of the organisation.This episode is definitely worth a listen from start to finish as it is jam-packed with insights on leadership, the importance of team communication, and being people-oriented while also driving home the concept of delivering value to the customers.We are sure you don’t wanna miss this.  Tune in 🎧 https://lnkd.in/gqnZbEn 🎧 Subscribe to 𝐓𝐡𝐞 𝐂𝐡𝐢𝐞𝐟𝐬🔊 Spotify: https://lnkd.in/g7m-Tjw🔊 Apple Podcasts: https://lnkd.in/gk_5Sua-Get more of the good stuff...Looking for help in your organisation? Want to know how we can help galvanize your processes and people? Get in touch with us using the contact details below, or explore more at https://www.whiteark.com.au/Learn and be inspired with a range of free content from our resident Chiefs.Thought Leadership ArticlesIndustry Reports WhitepapersCovid Impact Reports Check it out.✉ Email uswhiteark@whiteark.com.au☏ Call us1300 240 047Connect with leaders & join the conversation online here.Podcast Hosts:  James Ciuffetelli & Jo Hands

38mins

22 Jun 2021

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Developer Deep Dive / 4 / Jamie Adams - Bit Source

Middle Tech

Welcome to the Developer Deep Dive series! Sponsored by the Awesome Inc Developer Bootcamp and brought to you by Middle Tech. This Deep Dive series was created to shed light on the essential role developers play in the startup ecosystem. In this episode, we sat down with Jamie Adams, a senior developer at Bit Source that made the transition from Coal Miner to Coder. We discussed what it was like to go from working in coal mines to writing code, developing software in Central Appalachia, and Jamie's advice to new developers. Learn more about the Awesome Inc Developer Bootcamp at middletechpod.com/bootcamp Visit us at MiddleTechPod.com Twitter Instagram Facebook LinkedIn

33mins

20 May 2021

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“Building Marketing Technology To Support The Service Business Needs” with Jamie Adams of Scorpion

Radio Entrepreneurs

https://www.scorpion.co/ Title: “Building Marketing Technology To Support The Service Business Needs”Guest: Jamie Adams – ScorpionInterviewer: Jeffrey Davis – MAGE LLC ————————————- FOLLOW RADIO ENTREPRENEURS Facebook: Radio Entrepreneurs LinkedIn: Radio Entrepreneurs Twitter: @BizOnTheRadio Instagram: @RadioEntrepreneurs Youtube: Radio Entrepreneurs iTunes: RadioEntrepreneurs Spotify: Radio Entrepreneurs Google Play: Radio Entrepreneurs Stitcher: Radio Entrepreneurs ————————————-The post “Building Marketing Technology To Support The Service Business Needs” with Jamie Adams of Scorpion appeared first on Radio Entrepreneurs.

9mins

25 Feb 2021

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E198 – Leonardo Moura & Chef Jamie Adams – Thriving Partnerships & Restaurant Business Success

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ABOUT LEO General Manager & Co-Owner Leonardo Moura leads the dining room at il Giallo Osteria & Bar. Born in Brazil, Leonardo graduated with a degree in Business Administration from The Catholic University of Goias in Goiânia. After graduation he remained in Goiânia where he owned a very successful clothing factory. In 1999 Leonardo relocated … Continued

31mins

9 Nov 2020

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What's Going On?...with Shaun: Jamie Adams Chief Revenue Officer at Scorpion Digital Marketing

What's Going On? with Shaun

Another great conversation that covered a lot of ground.  From marketing, to stories about meeting rock stars, the global COVID-19 pandemic and some discussion on how to care for ourselves.  Jamie Adams is not only likable based on his humor, intellect and charm.  He's a thoughtful leader who cares deeply for those he loves.  This includes a strong connection to family, friends and the businesses he connects with.  He's currently the Chief Revenue Officer at Scorpion Digital Marketing.  He's been a trail blazer since day one and he's also someone you can enjoy live music with.  Hope you enjoy this episode as much as I did recording it.  

1hr 7mins

31 Mar 2020

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Episode 193 – Jamie Adams – Start with a Solid Plan, then Adapt

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Jamie Adams / il GialloGrowing up as the youngest of five kids with parents from New Orleans, I was around food all the time, as my mom was an incredible cook and my dad loved to eat. We would go to New Orleans all the time as a family and that became part of my DNA if that is scientifically possible. (more…)

46mins

25 Jul 2019

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BAFTA Cymru | Pink Wall | Q&A with Tom Cullen and Jamie Adams

BAFTA

Q&A with Writer/Director Tom Cullen and Producer Jamie Adams. In conversation with Catherine Linstrum.Pink Wall is a modern day romance, following the six year relationship of Jenna (Tatiana Maslany) and Leon (Jay Duplass). Intimately told through defining moments along their journey together, the film explores how both friendship and resentments grow as the pressures of adult life confront them.Pink Wall marks Aberystwyth born Tom Cullen's debut as a filmmaker. His versatile acting career ranges from high profile television such as Black Mirror, Gunpowder, and Downton Abbey to small independents such as Mine opposite Armie Hammer and 100 Streets opposite Idris Elba.

34mins

17 Jun 2019

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Chef Jamie Adams with il Giallo Osteria and Bar on Food and Beverage Radio

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Chef Jamie Adams with il Giallo Osteria and Bar on Food and Beverage RadioChef Jamie Adams il Giallo Osteria & BarThe youngest of five children born in Atlanta, Jamie Adams was intrigued by every aspect of Italian culture - from its cars to its language; from its people to its food. His passion for Italian cuisine was fueled by his mother, a native of New Orleans and fabulous cook in her own right. To this day, Jamie’s fondest memories are of cooking in the kitchen with his mother, or at relatives’ homes and kitchens in New Orleans, where his family visited regularly.While studying music, biology, and English literature at Georgia State University, Adams simultaneously worked for The Mad Italian Restaurant in Atlanta. It was here that he realized his profound appetite for the restaurant business: the desire to immerse himself into Italian cuisine and great hospitality began to smolder.Fanning these flames was the fact that his siblings, who had traveled to Italy, came home with stories of meals they had enjoyed in quaint Italian towns. These stories and his love for Italian cuisine led him to create his own Italian adventure. “In 1985, I found myself in the Mestre train station with a 200 Lire Gettone in my hand, hoping against hope that someone on the other end could speak English,” reflects Adams. “Thus began an almost five year stint that was supposed to only be one. I went on to find and work in many of the places that I had heard so many stories about and I made friendships and connections that forever changed the course of my life,” he recalls.Upon returning to Atlanta, Adams received several offers to cook in the city’s top Italian kitchens, but immediately knew that working at Pricci (then Cappriccio), the Italian crown jewel of the Buckhead Life Restaurant Group, was the perfect setting for his talents. Adams impressed owner Pano Karatassos, by making several pasta dishes from scratch just like his time in Italy at several Michelin starred restaurants. He was given the title of Sous Chef and thus began a more than 20 year relationship with Pano and his prestigious restaurant group.In 1993, the company took over Veni Vidi Vici and Adams was named Executive Chef. The restaurant was formerly owned by one of the gran dames of Italian cuisine, Marcela Hazan, coincidentally, one of Adams’ most profound culinary influencers.Adams left BLRG for a short while, when he opened the boutique restaurant, ENO in Midtown Atlanta. In addition to an economic downturn, during this time, Adams was as he refers to it, “the lucky recipient of Coronary Artery Bypass Grafts, fondly referred to as “Cabbage-CABG,” also known as a quadruple bypass. After taking some time off to recuperate, as a compliment to the long-time, mutually respectful business relationship between Pano and Adams, the Chef was asked to rejoin the Veni Vidi Vici team.While at Veni Vidi Vici, Adams realized that he and restaurant General Manager, Leonardo Moura, shared a mutual desire to create and run their own Italian restaurant. Adams and Moura shared their dream with Pano Karatassos, and it was decided that Veni Vidi Vici would close, enabling the pair to open their own restaurant. In creating il Giallo Osteria and Bar (meaning both yellow and mystery in Italian), the passion and experience Adams obtained in Italy will fuse together in this Coastal Italian restaurant in the upscale Sandy Springs neighborhood.Adams has been a featured chef at The James Beard House in New York, competed in The Food Network’s “Chopped,” selected to participate in a TBS-TV “Super Chef Cook Off”, and was highlighted on “Great Chefs of the South, and “The Best Thing I Ever Ate.” In addition to building a loyal following and maintaining his great health as an avid cyclist, Chef Adams is exceptionally proud of his fundraising efforts for many organizations that are important to him, including Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry and Moving in the Spirit,

31mins

10 Jan 2019

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Chef Jamie Adams with il Giallo Osteria and Bar on Food and Beverage Radio

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Chef Jamie Adams with il Giallo Osteria and Bar on Food and Beverage RadioChef Jamie Adams il Giallo Osteria & BarThe youngest of five children born in Atlanta, Jamie Adams was intrigued by every aspect of Italian culture - from its cars to its language; from its people to its food. His passion for Italian cuisine was fueled by his mother, a native of New Orleans and fabulous cook in her own right. To this day, Jamie’s fondest memories are of cooking in the kitchen with his mother, or at relatives’ homes and kitchens in New Orleans, where his family visited regularly.While studying music, biology, and English literature at Georgia State University, Adams simultaneously worked for The Mad Italian Restaurant in Atlanta. It was here that he realized his profound appetite for the restaurant business: the desire to immerse himself into Italian cuisine and great hospitality began to smolder.Fanning these flames was the fact that his siblings, who had traveled to Italy, came home with stories of meals they had enjoyed in quaint Italian towns. These stories and his love for Italian cuisine led him to create his own Italian adventure. “In 1985, I found myself in the Mestre train station with a 200 Lire Gettone in my hand, hoping against hope that someone on the other end could speak English,” reflects Adams. “Thus began an almost five year stint that was supposed to only be one. I went on to find and work in many of the places that I had heard so many stories about and I made friendships and connections that forever changed the course of my life,” he recalls.Upon returning to Atlanta, Adams received several offers to cook in the city’s top Italian kitchens, but immediately knew that working at Pricci (then Cappriccio), the Italian crown jewel of the Buckhead Life Restaurant Group, was the perfect setting for his talents. Adams impressed owner Pano Karatassos, by making several pasta dishes from scratch just like his time in Italy at several Michelin starred restaurants. He was given the title of Sous Chef and thus began a more than 20 year relationship with Pano and his prestigious restaurant group.In 1993, the company took over Veni Vidi Vici and Adams was named Executive Chef. The restaurant was formerly owned by one of the gran dames of Italian cuisine, Marcela Hazan, coincidentally, one of Adams’ most profound culinary influencers.Adams left BLRG for a short while, when he opened the boutique restaurant, ENO in Midtown Atlanta. In addition to an economic downturn, during this time, Adams was as he refers to it, “the lucky recipient of Coronary Artery Bypass Grafts, fondly referred to as “Cabbage-CABG,” also known as a quadruple bypass. After taking some time off to recuperate, as a compliment to the long-time, mutually respectful business relationship between Pano and Adams, the Chef was asked to rejoin the Veni Vidi Vici team.While at Veni Vidi Vici, Adams realized that he and restaurant General Manager, Leonardo Moura, shared a mutual desire to create and run their own Italian restaurant. Adams and Moura shared their dream with Pano Karatassos, and it was decided that Veni Vidi Vici would close, enabling the pair to open their own restaurant. In creating il Giallo Osteria and Bar (meaning both yellow and mystery in Italian), the passion and experience Adams obtained in Italy will fuse together in this Coastal Italian restaurant in the upscale Sandy Springs neighborhood.Adams has been a featured chef at The James Beard House in New York, competed in The Food Network’s “Chopped,” selected to participate in a TBS-TV “Super Chef Cook Off”, and was highlighted on “Great Chefs of the South, and “The Best Thing I Ever Ate.” In addition to building a loyal following and maintaining his great health as an avid cyclist, Chef Adams is exceptionally proud of his fundraising efforts for many organizati...

31mins

13 Nov 2018

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