Tim Rogers, from You Am I, the Hard Ons and a host of other side projects told us about his very early experiences visiting St Kilda and the impression it left on him as a young musician. He chatted about the much-loved friends he has made here, his favourite venues and why he has called the place "home" for so long. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The London South East, Investing Matters Podcast, Episode 14, Tim Rogers, the former CEO of AB Dynamics
Welcome to this brand new investing podcast from the London South East. My name is Peter Higgins, you can find me on Twitter @conkers3 and I will be your host for this series of Investing Matters podcasts. What can you expect from the Investing Matters podcasts? A great question. You will find long form interviews with noteworthy veterans and experts from the investment and fund management industry. During these interviews each interviewee will share and impart their knowledge, learning and insights on what aspects of Investing truly matters to them and what in their view should matter to investors. We hope this knowledge exchange benefits all and enables all those accessing and listening to these podcasts to achieve even greater investing success. With that in mind, welcome to episode fourteen of the Investing Matter series, which is with the highly sought-after business leader, Tim Rogers, the former CEO of AIM listed AB Dynamics. Tim grew up in rural Oxfordshire, studied Agriculture in College, but found that he actually enjoyed the engineering and science aspects of his course. His reward was a job with as he describes it “the mighty Exxon Corp”, with whom he was able to retrain and further study engineering at Oxford Brooks. During his time at Exxon, the multinational behemoth organisation, Jim gained significant experience and direct exposure across many specialisms and found he had a taste for “New business development”. Other roles in large multinationals followed Exxon, whereby Tim gained extensive international leadership experience including spells in Africa, China, India, Scandinavia and the Middle East. Including a stint as CEO and Executive VP of Nasdaq listed, Clean Diesel Technologies, Inc. Having cut is teeth as CEO of a US listed company, Tim was selected by unlisted AB Dynamics to be their Managing Director in October 2012 in preparation for their own stock market listing. In May 2013 AB Dynamics listed on London’s AIM exchange with a market capitalisation of a mere £14 million. ABDP quickly went onto win several significant global contracts, the company grew in scale and in revenues. In October 2016 Tim was appointed as their Chief Executive Officer and masterfully grew the company’s global footprint, brand recognition and revenues until February 2018, when Tim humbly decided someone else would be best suited to take the company to their next evolution of growth. At this time ABDP had achieved a stock market valuation of around £250 million. Since then, Tim has gone on to advise Private Equity and overseas companies on investments in clean tech, whilst also running his own company Albion Business Credit which in 2018 he set up with a former colleague. In this Investing Matters podcast, I discuss with Tim, life as a CEO, what investors should be looking for with regards to companies that have growth potential, what factors should investors look out for when CEOs/ insiders are buying or selling shares. The role of Nomads and Brokers, Engagement and Communications with Private Investors, his investing style and much more. We hope you enjoy this podcast, and we look forward to hearing your feedback. Please subscribe to this podcast on your platform of choice and follow the @InvMattPodcast on Twitter.
Tim Rogers has been a strength and conditioning coach since 1991, working across a number of sports including stops in the NRL, international Rugby, Australian Institute of Sport, NSW Institute of Sport (twice) and has had stints in Malaysia, China, Samoa, New Zealand (twice) and France (thrice). He is currently back in Malaysia and alongside this is finishing his PhD on Off-feet conditioning through the University of Waikato. Tim has presented for the ASCA since 2004 in Australia New Zealand and India,and been a life member since 2014.QUOTES“The next generation of strength and conditioning coaches should be better than us”“One of the main challenges for a S&C coach when starting, is why should athletes trust you?”“Aiming for the highest level of sport is not necessarily where you learn the most as a strength and conditioning coach”“The more you learn about the technical and tactical side of the sport, the more it will help you”SHOWNOTES1) Tim’s amazing journey in strength and conditioning2) Challenges when starting a job and the logistics of strength and conditioning3) Why you need to do your due diligence before starting in a new position and performing a gap analysis with your program4) The benefits of being consistently involved in a program regardless of the sporting level and doing your homework on your own team5) Hurrying slowly when you start a new position6) Being a piece of the pie and mastering the basics as a strength and conditioning coach7) The benefits of being at the same organization for extended periods and why it depends on what stage of career you are at8) Deciding the balance of off-feet to on-feet conditioning based on the individual athlete you are workingPEOPLE MENTIONEDKeith LyonsMartin BevanNick GillMick CrawleyDavid PyneKelvin GilesPeter HardingMatt BlairDave HatfieldRichie DixonDavid JoyceJohn Lythe
Formula 1: Drive to Survive Season 4 (feat. Tim Rogers)
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SURPRISE, it’s race weekend, baby! And to help kick things off, we’ve got a bonus episode hosted by Producer Paul, with the illustrious Fernanda Prates as his on-track teammate, to dive into the messiest reality show not produced by Bravo: Formula 1: Drive To Survive. And filling in the third seat on our team is the one and only Tim Rogers of Action Button Dot Net. Join us as we discuss one of the strangest seasons of a reality show based on one of the most exciting seasons of Formula 1 in a long time.Más Fanbyte: Fanbyte Podcast Network (We’ve got other amazing shows that you might like too!) Follow us on Twitter (Keep up with everything Fanbyte.) Talk to us on Discord (Talk to us and our awesome community.) Twitch Live Streams (Join us live on Twitch!) Rate and review our show (Please show us your support by rating and reviewing our show on Apple Podcasts!) Get in touch if you want to advertise with us -- firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Rider with Becko and Tim Rogers from You Am I: The struggles and the stories (Part 2)
The Rider, with Becko
Tim Rogers is one of the treasures of Aussie rock music. 90s music fans will always throw back to Hourly Daily or Hifi Way, but after releasing their 11th album "The Lives of Others" it shows they still can write brilliant rock songs. "The Waterboy" is already a crowd favourite in their live shows. 11 albums, 10 ARIAs, thousands of shows and now Tim Rogers steps into iconic Sydney rock group, The Hard Ons. There's some great stories to come in this final part of 2 episodes with Tim: The brief but hilarious chat with Nick Cave, why the 90's weren't as easy as it seemed, and two meetings with The Who and Gene Simmons from Kiss. The is Tim Rogers from You Am I, on The Rider with Becko
The Rider with Becko and Tim Rogers from You Am I: 11 Albums and still going strong (Part 1)
The Rider, with Becko
Tim Rogers is one of the treasures of Aussie rock music. 90s music fans will always throw back to Hourly Daily or Hifi Way, but after releasing their 11th album "The Lives of Others" it shows they still can write brilliant rock songs. "The Waterboy" is already a crowd favourite in their live shows. 11 albums, 10 ARIAs, thousands of shows and now Tim Rogers steps into iconic Sydney rock group, The Hard Ons. There's some great stories to come in this first part of 2 episodes with Tim: You'll hear the differences between the Riders of YAI and The Hard Ons, a cracker Angry Anderson story and what Tim talked about to Mick Jagger backstage. The is Tim Rogers from You Am I, on The Rider with Becko