We're joined by the awesome Craig Parsons AKA the Chatty Gay from Glitterbeam! He joins Caz as they compete against Chris in 'Ice Cream or NOT Ice Cream!'. Check out more info on Craig's show here. Tune into him on Glitterbeam every Thursday 9-10:30PM. We're live on Glitterbeam Radio every Saturday and Sunday from 4PM-6PM GMT. Please follow us on our socials - Facebook / Youtube / Instagram / Twitter / Tiktok Website – www.thechrisandcazshow.co.uk Email - firstname.lastname@example.org --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/justchrisrob/message
Creating Identities & Experiences That Connect People with Craig Parsons.
DSR Branding Presents
Craig Parsons is the Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of Parsons, a Brand Design Studio with offices in South Africa and Ireland. Founded in 2009, Parsons work with businesses across the globe, on identities, campaigns, packaging and more. In this episode, Craig shares his story of how he went from being a young surfer, designing t-shirts while travelling across America, to running one of the most revered brand studios in the world. We discuss: how he got into design, Co-founding Parsons with his wife and business partner, how they get new clients, their design process, some of his favourite projects, why him and his family are moving from Cape Town to Ireland, and where he gets ideas and draws inspiration from. Plus he shares some practical tips for improving the way you present work. Follow Parsons on Instagram. Craig’s bio: After working as a graphic designer for 12 years, with deep roots in research and strategy, Craig founded his own studio in 2009. Craig is a multi-disciplined creative, with a passion for pure graphic design, typography and art direction. His strengths lie not only in his ability to produce beauty through restraint and crafted simplicity, but his conceptual work and extreme resourcefulness are what set his ideas apart. Design-thinking is core to our project work, as pathfinders Parsons identifies the human experience of authentic brands that are looking to make new friends and reach their full potential. Episode Content: Craig’s favourite brands How he got into design His early clothing business Studying graphic design The value of being strategic in design – “design-thinking” Moving to Ireland and extending their studio to Europe Working with his wife Working with international brands – US and European markets Their Ok Drugs! project Using Instagram to attract new clients Their design process Creative collaboration Dream projects Mistakes they they’ve learnt from Gaining trust from clients and getting them to appreciate your process. The post Creating Identities & Experiences That Connect People with Craig Parsons. appeared first on DSR Branding.
#B2BTech 5: How Partner Go Improves Customer Experience w/ Keith Graham and Craig Parsons
B2B Growth: Your Daily B2B Marketing Podcast
Customer experience is a priority for most industries and B2B tech sales is no exception. That’s why Ingram Micro and ConnectWise have teamed up to bring their affiliates Partner Go. In this episode of B2B Tech Talk, guest host Logan Lyles of Sweet Fish Media speaks with Keith Graham, director of channel sales at ConnectWise, and Craig Parsons, a senior sales exec at Ingram Micro. Live from Ingram Micro’s ONE event, the three discuss: The part customer experience is playing in digital transformation Why optimizing sales teams’ time is good for the end customer How Partner Go shortens the sales cycle Follow us on Twitter @IngramTechSol #B2BTechTalk Sponsored by Cisco and Ingram Micro Financial Solutions Listen to this episode and more like it by subscribing to B2B Tech Talk on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Stitcher. Or, tune in on our website.
The Populist Episode 9: Executives with Dr. Craig Parsons
This is the podcast for the class Democracy, Dictators, and Development at the University of Oregon by Kevin O'Hare. The textbook for the class is Dickovick, J. Tyler and Jonathan Eastwood. 2018. Comparative Politics: Integrating Theories, Methods, and Cases. 3rd ed. Oxford University Press. Much of the material for this podcast is from the textbook and slides provided by the book and publisher.
Craig Parsons is an amazing individual and deserves all the positive things coming his way. I'm happy to have Craig on the podcast and hope you enjoy our conversation about Woodward, their chocolate milk, back problems and indues, and (of coarse)... rollerblading.