World Championship Preview with Lewis, van Duijvenbode, Taylor & Turner
The Darts Show Podcast
Michael Bridge is joined by Paul Prenderville and Colin Lloyd via Microsoft Teams to preview the World Championship at Alexandra Palace (11:35). We speak to Dirk van Duijvenbode as he looks to finish off an impressive year with a good showing at Ally Pally (26:07). We catch up with Adrian Lewis who heads to north London aiming for his third world title (43:11). Laura Turner joins us to discuss the two female players involved in this year's tournament (52:36) and we hear part two of our interview with Phil Taylor as he looks back on some of his favourite memories (74:13). There's also time for a few of our favourite memories (68:08) and a quick round of 'It's Not Darts...But' (07:44). Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
At the World Grand Prix with Pyke, Paton, Price & van Duijvenbode
The Darts Show Podcast
Michael Bridge and Paul Prenderville are joined by Sky Sports commentator Stuart Pyke and presenter Emma Paton on day seven of the World Grand Prix at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry. We look back at the story of the semi-finals (02:29) and preview the final (16:07). We hear from Dirk van Duijvenbode (07:29) after he beat Simon Whitlock to reach the final on his debut and Gerwyn Price (12:31) who survived match darts to overcome Dave Chisnall in his semi-final. Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to The Darts Show Podcast on iTunes and Google and you can also follow us on Spotify.
"The Titan" Dirk van Duijvenbode talks to the podcast (live from an aubergine farm) about how one bad visit in a game of darts nearly ruined his career.Dan and Wayne also discuss the big news about a huge name returning to the sport, as well as dissect their picks from the recent World Series of Darts Finals.Make your selections and win cash prizes on the Low6 and PDC Picks apps - more info at low6.co.uk
Episode 149: Dirk van Duijvenbode, Ned Boulting, Jason Heaver, Matthew Kiernan, UK Open Preview Special
The Weekly Dartscast
Episode 149 of the Weekly Dartscast and co-hosts Alex Moss and Burton DeWitt are back to review the first event of the 2020 PDC European Tour, preview the UK Open this weekend, make their Premier League picks for Exeter, and answer your questions. Dirk van Duijvenbode, fresh from his first European Tour semi-final at the weekend, calls in, along with ITV reporter Ned Boulting, and friend of the show Matthew Kiernan - The Darting Nerd, who also brings us an interview with Riley's UK Open Qualifier winner Jason Heaver.
De WK darts-voorbeschouwing met Jeffrey de Zwaan en Dirk van Duijvenbode
De WK Darts Podcast
Sportnieuws.nl bespreekt onder leiding van verslaggever Martijn Baars het WK darts. Te gast zijn: darters Jeffrey de Zwaan en Dirk van Duijvenbode en dartsstatisticus Bas Engelen. Onderwerpen: de voorbereiding, het WK van De Zwaan, de Nederlanders in Ally Pally, het moeilijke jaar van Van Duijvenbode en het verschil tussen vloertoernooien en het belangrijkste dartpodium ter wereld.
IIeX Europe 2019 Conference Series – Arjen van Duijvenbode – easy2survey
Happy Market Research Podcast
Welcome to the #IIEX Europe Conference Series 2019. Recorded live in Amsterdam, this series is bringing interviews straight to you from exhibitors and speakers at this year’s event. In this interview, host Jamin Brazil interviews Arjen van Duijvenbode , Business Development Manager EMEA at easy2survey.This Episode’s Sponsor:GreenBookContact Arjen Online:LinkedIneasy2survey[00:00]Hi IIeX, this is the last interview I’m going to be doing today, DVJ Insights. Arjen, how are you, sir?[00:08]Thank you, Jamin. Yes, very good. I little bit sorry for my voice; I’m a bit under the weather but doing very well.[00:16]You couldn’t tell that you were under the weather the other day when we had dinner.[00:20](Laughs.) Yes, Jamin it was a great night.[00:26]It was super fun, so what do you think about the show?[00:27]Yes, a very good show. The last couple of months I’ve visited a lot of shows. For us, it’s a full-service agency, we’re always looking for end clients obviously. I think there is a good mix at least here at IIeX. There is a good mix of end clients versus suppliers, so really happy.[00:46]What was your highlight – favorite part of the show?[00:50]My favorite part of the show? I don’t have a real favorite, but just all the learning that I got from all the sessions that I went to. Generally, what I found interesting is to see a lot of end clients are restructuring their organization. How to deal with all the stakeholders involved and how to communicate that insight is very important and those kinds of factors that what I found very interesting. To see how end clients are acting.[01:24]It’s funny you say that because I’ve never been to an event that had— It was almost like everybody was aligned ahead of time, even though they weren’t. Insights are really important, CEO’s know it and are installing that in the organization. How do we infuse insights into the day to day decisions that are being made inside of the brands? You think about whether it’s technology empowerment or service enablement or whatever. We as researchers have a big opportunity right now, I don’t want to say land grab because that sounds political, but to solidify our seat at the table to ensure that the customer’s heart or mind or needs are in consideration when we’re developing and bringing products to market.[02:19]Yes, absolutely. For sure.[02:22]Tell me about your company, DVJ Insights? [02:25]DVJ Insights, we are a local Dutch agency. We also have a branch office in the UK. What is exciting to mention is that last year, 2018, we have been awarded the best agency in the Netherlands. There was a whole jury process with CI managers from end clients who picked us out as the best agency of the year.[02:49]Congratulations. [02:49]Thank you so much. I think one of the things that we do very well, every agency says this, but I can make some advertising here.[03:02]You did get the first place, so go ahead. You get a brag; you should brag.[03:05](Laughs.) We believe in research. We try to put practice and science together. One of the things we have done is we have developed our own research automation platform. We see that, and the stand also mentioned it, agencies should be faster and cheaper. I think that’s true. With the platform, we can make it happen, but at the same time, it should be good. Internally, I always say, “Look, there you have a lot of panel companies or technology companies that are providing research automation, but at the same time, they don’t necessarily have the research experience.” What you do is, you change the cycle you ask your clients to bring research experience instead of vice versa. We enable our clients with technology but at the same time also offer the service.[04:09]What does an engagement look like with you guys? [04:14]Basically, our platform is called, “Easy2survey.” It’s really easy to survey. If you look at all the tools,