5 Milestones to Impact with Eric Peck from Swoop Aero
Inspire For 5
Eric Peck is the CEO and Co-founder of Swoop Aero. Swoop Aero are enabling on-demand healthcare with aeromedical logistics. Stay in touch with Eric Peck through LinkedIn and the Swoop Aero website. You can see upcoming webinars and programs on our website at singularityuaustralia.com
EP37: Eric Peck, co-founder and CEO of Swoop Aero talks with Scott about the amazing things they're doing with healthcare logistics using drone technology
Digital Health Insights with NZ Health IT
EP37: Based out of Melbourne, Australia; Eric talks about their work in the context of a life's mission to build the future infrastructure needed to give everyone access to on-demand healthcare. He takes us from his time as a pilot in the Australian airforce through to starting up Swoop Aero and how they are truly applying an innovative and ground breaking approach when it comes to transforming how essential supplies are safely deployed using drones. Even to the extent of 3D printing the drones themselves! You'll be fascinated by this episode and can check them out at https://swoop.aero/ and can contact Scott on firstname.lastname@example.org go to our website at https://www.nzhit.nz/
Bouncing Back With Eric Peck: Video Production Specialist
Bouncing Back in Advertising
On episode 44 of Bouncing Back I interviewed Eric Peck who was most recently a Video Production Specialist at FIS Global Financial.Eric is a veteran in the industry who loves all facets of creating content. He started his career in TV as a news editor and quickly worked his way up to being the youngest manager in the building.From there he shifted over to the agency side where he was able to master his skills of being an editor. He’s most comfortable in the edit bay, and is able to handle productions all on his own with his ability to shoot, edit, direct, light, write, work after affects and more.He prides himself on thinking differently, being a fast editor, having the ability to handle tight turnarounds, and getting along with people. For his next opportunity he’s looking forward to telling interesting stories, getting the opportunity to flex his creative muscles & work with good people.Check out the below episode and reach out to Eric if you are looking for a veteran editor who is ready to get back to work both in person or remote. You won’t regret it.vimeo.com/454838332 #covid19 #jobsearch #advertising #BouncingBack
Pivoting from piloting around the world to a worldwide small business With special guest Eric Peck, CEO | Swoop Aero
Small Biz Matters
Small Biz Matters – #174 Providing the small business community with educational content and advocacy since 2014with Alexi Boyd, broadcaster, advocate and small business owner.Date: 1 September 2020 The road to small business success is dotted with the pitstops of life. Previous experiences, major milestones in your career, successes and failures in a former working life or maybe the success of failure of a former small business! But with each of these comes important life lessons that help to build up the pallet of colours that create your small business success. Some of those transitions are bigger leaps than the norm. Take for example today’s guest. Eric Peck from Swoop Aero who, in a former life was a Australian Air Force pilot. How could you possibly take such unique experiences from around the world and utilise those skills to create a small business? Well that’s exactly what Eric is here to share with us.￼￼ Welcome to the show Eric. Topics we’ll be covering: Moving from piloting to the world of business — learnings, challenges and how his pilot experience spurred him on to tackle healthcare inequalitiesTransitioning from military to corporate culture - where to use the best of both worlds Why he decided to create a for-profit business and the impact he believes it has helped become more accountable as a resultThe mindset you need to be a for-proft business in a NFP world Business growth — going from zero to a global medical logistics network in three years The importance of creating a fully sustainable business — Swoop Aero’s drones have a smaller carbon footprint than a bike The future of healthcare and how it can be improved through technology To find out more go to their website: https://swoop.aero/ About our Guest & Swoop Aero Swoop Aero transforms the way the world moves essential supplies and enables access to healthcare for millions across the world. Founded in 2017, this Australian born and bred company is bringing healthcare logistics into the 21st century by deploying two-way drone networks capable of delivering essential medical supplies to urban, rural and remote areas globally. Their managed air transport service provides access to the skies to ensure sustainable, safe and reliable provision of essential health supplies. Unmanned vehicles are at the heart of the next significant shift in supply chain logistics. From the UN to USAid and the Gates Foundation, they are trusted to create value by sustainably transforming health supply chains.
EPS 124: Eric Peck - CEO and Co-Founder of Swoop Aero based in Melbourne
The EVA podcast
Ken Robertson, a big man with a big responsibility. The ref to down-under was a Rugby joke! Ken has faced many challenges because of CV-19, from the slowdown from China to the rapid increase in demand and business flow into KSA. Worst case scenario strategy to best-case scenario tactics. Operational pressures, segregation of respective employee teams as well as managing a new group of 'Crowd Source' delivery agents. We talk about risk, succession and segregation of key workers and performance triggers. A very candid and well-informed account of challenges and opportunities. Ken was also one of the first Senior Managers to contract CV-19 and allows us into his thoughts and experiences during the illness and his time in hospital. Nice session Ken - really appreciated your time.
Let's talk robotics with Eric Peck, CEO of Swoop Aero
Let's Talk Robotics
Eps: 2 In today’s episode I’m talking to Eric Peck, CEO of Swoop Aero, a drone company based in Port Melbourne! We discuss Eric’s journey and the life changing work they are doing in countries such as Vanuato, Malawi and the Democratic Republic of Congo, getting medicine to those that need it most - safely, quickly and cost effectively! To apply for a job at Swoop Aero, contact Eric at email@example.com and mention this podcast. He is looking for software engineers, embedded systems and mechatronics specialists. If you aren’t any of those but still want to work there, let Eric know! Subscribe Sign up to receive notification when new episodes of ‘Let’s Talk Robotics’ are published Email AddressSign UpWe respect your privacy. Thank you!
Eric Peck - How can drone technology revolutionise access to healthcare?
Good Will Hunters
Welcome to Episode 65 of Good Will Hunters. In this episode, I’m chatting to Eric Peck, the Co-Founder and CEO of Swoop Aero, a company revolutionising access to healthcare, by providing on-demand aircraft, or drones, to deliver urgent medical supplies to rural and regional areas. They’re currently deployed in Vanuatu, as well as a couple of other countries which you’ll hear about in this episode. I’m not going to tell you too much about their story - I want to let Eric tell you for himself. What I will say, is that this episode is really important. I have worked in the Pacific over the last 6 or so years, and I’ve visited some really remote and rural places, particularly in Vanuatu and Papua New Guinea. Some villages that I’ve visited are only accessible on foot - they might be a 3-day walk from the nearest town, or in the case of some of the Pacific Island Countries, they may be a three-day boat trip from the nearest medical facility. And yet many of these countries have some of the highest rates of infectious diseases int he world. It’s scary. It’s frightening as a visitor, and it must be even more terrifying as a local, knowing how hard it is to access even the most basic of medicine. Which is exactly why what Swoop Aero does is so important. Eric tells some heartbreaking stories in this episode, one in particular about Mungau Dain, the lead male actor in the hit-film Tanna, who shortly after travelling the world promoting his film, died because he couldn’t access antibiotics in his village in Vanuatu. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/10/obituaries/mungau-dain-dead.htmlBut, Eric also tells amazing, inspiring stories that make me optimistic about the future of rural healthcare. After you listen to this episode, check out the Swoop Aero website - you’ll see a lot of media online about what they do and also about how they’re proudly backed by venture capital. https://swoop.aero/about-us/ I’d also love to hear from you about your thoughts on the episode, and your experience accessing basic goods and services in remote and rural areas. Remember, Good Will Hunters is a community and I love seeing our community come together and advance these important conversations.Before you go, make sure you’ve subscribed to Good Will Hunters on iTunes or Spotify to stay up to date with the latest news in aid, development and impact. The other place to stay up to date is the Australasian Aid Conferenced, hosted by the Development Policy Centre at ANU. This year’s conference is on from 17 - 19 February, in Canberra and tickets are on sale now. I’ll be there, I’ll be conducting a whole lot of interviews and I’d love to meet as many of you as possible. Visit the Devpoliy website to secure your ticket today.This episode is sponsored by Spark Strategy. Learn more at https://sparkstrategy.com.au Enjoy the episode,Rachel and the GWH Team
My guest today is Dora award nominated actress and singer Erica Peck who got her big break in 2007, when at 19, she won the role of Scaramouche, in the original Canadian production of Queen’s We Will Rock You. She followed that up by working with the legendary** Andrew Lloyd Webber.** Since then she has become the go to performer for rock musicals having performed in* Kinky Boots, Hairspray, Cabaret, Rocky Horror Show, Jukebox Hero *and she is soon to be Rizzo in **Grease. * For detailed show notes and links visit dianefoy.com/007
#5 Erica Peck - 'Wildthing', you make my heart sing!
Tits and Teeth Podcast
Erica Peck walks through the door, what do you immediately notice? Her style is out of this world cool, she has such an exciting energy, and honestly, she just looks like she can belt the hell out of anything. And holy moly, can she ever! Erica Peck sits down with Jen and Ky this week for a little vodka, Perrier mix to try and beat the summer heat. Erica has been a part of some very memorable musicals throughout her career: We Will Rock You, Kinky Boots (Mirvish Productions and National Tours) The Rocky Horror Show, You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown (Stratford Festival) and Hairspray (Charlottetown Festival). We discuss her vintage clothing company ‘Wildthing Vintage’, a potential star system within Canada, and how an open audition in Toronto changed the trajectory of her career. Come hang with us, grab a drink (if you’re not driving) and get in your fix of musical theatre banter, with beverages.