David English on managing Bee Gees and Eric Clapton, Bunbury history, charity work, & U15 festival.
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David English talks openly about his time as a Press Officer to the Rolling Stones, managing the Bee Gees and Eric Clapton, acting in 'A Bridge Too Far', forming the Bunbury Cricket Club, and the annual U15 tournament which has seen over 100 players go on to play for England.
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Instruments from Upcycling - David English & Mark Schomaker – Black Owl Guitars
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Interview with David English, the founder of Black Owl Guitars in New Bern, N. Carolina, and wiring technician, Mark Schomaker. Black Owl Guitars make full functioning strings instruments, amplifiers, and electric kazoos. Both of these musicians are talented creators that solve creative challenges to make instruments with great sound from what would have been waste. http://blackowlguitars.com/index.html https://www.etsy.com/market/black_owl_guitars https://www.facebook.com/Black-Owl-Guitars-239474402756778/
David English on How Great Leaders Build Off of Great Relationships
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David is an experienced sales manager and sales leader who has consistently increased revenue, decreased costs, and improved the quality of the work environment with a positive attitude. His management of a growing sales group has built sales by focusing on the customer first with exemplary customer service. With experience in both the corporate environment and running a small business provides a foundation for a well-rounded understanding of leadership and how to achieve success. He is experienced in wearing many hats while running his sales team. His understanding of how to efficiently run a business has allowed his sales division to see success each and every year.
Denison CBO David English on Building Trust While Leveraging “Sharp Elbows”
David English serves as Vice President for Finance and Management for Denison University in Granville, Ohio. This week on the show, English joins Megan Strand for a conversation on preparing not just for the next decade, but for the next fifty years and beyond. In the near term, he says we have to live through the legacy of amenity competition. “Before 2008, industry wide, we were able to increase amenities and pass those on,” David says. “For the last 10 years we’ve been laboring under these cost structures and many universities have had to cut back in order to just continue to pay essential costs. At the same time we face more expectations from our families and students.” Join us this week for a conversation with David English as he takes us through his efforts to promote diversity, recruit some of the “sharper elbows” that come from outside academia, and the critical importance that CBOs play on campus beyond their foundational skills in the numbers.
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David English of the RTL Tennis Championship & Charity
On this episode of the Cracked Interviews podcast, host Max Rothman is joined by David English of the Refuse to Lose Tennis Championships and Charity. This year marks the 6th annual Refuse to Lose Tennis Championships, inspired by Marshall Sample's courageous battle with cancer. Featuring a round robin and pro-am tennis event, the RTL night is the premier tennis charity event in Louisville, Kentucky. Individuals are able to bid on teams for a chance to win prizes, with all proceeds going directly to Twisted Pink, a local non-profit organization dedicated to extending lives and improving quality of life for late stage breast cancer patients and their families by funding metastatic (stage IV) breast cancer research. Cracked Racquets is honored to serve as the media sponsor for such an event as it utilizes the united front of tennis to impact the world. This podcast is powered by Pinecast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices