David Potter es un abogado, empresario, golfista y entusiasta de los tabacos en nuestro país. Su marca Potter Cigars nos llena de orgullo superando las expectativas de los más exigentes consumidores tanto en nuestro país como en playas extranjeras.
Celtic Soul Podcast Episode 50 with More than 90 Minutes, Editor Andrew Milne chatting to Celtic Historian & Author, David Potter.Born in 1948, David hails from Fife and has seen it all at Celtic the highs and lows, the success and failure. He has written 40 books including 30 on Celtic and is a respected Celtic Historian and a regular at Celtic Park.Plenty to chat about, the current situation at Celtic on and off the pitch and David pays tribute to Tommy Docherty, Dr Jozef Venglos and Johannes “Shuggie” Edvaldsson who all sadly passed away recently. The departure of Kenny Dalglish and the board betraying the Celtic Support by pocketing the transfer fee. The trouble with Mark Viduka, Lubo Moravcik and the 5-1 a highlight in the depressing season back in 1999, and the season that followed with John Barnes before the arrival of Martin O’Neill when everything changed. Knowing the Scottish game and referees. Neil Lennon’s time at Celtic, the mistakes he has made and the players who have let him down and the failure to bounce back from two defeats this season to the Rangers.David also chats about his latest books to be published The Scottish Cup, Celtic Favourite Trophy and Walfrid & the Bould Bhoys and he also brings us up to date on the latest book he is writing about Alec McNair.He climbs into the Celtic Soul Time machine and travels back in time to the 1965 Scottish Cup Final he also goes further back to the 1925 Cup Final which his Dad attended. Play Out Song, Jailbird performed by Derry Singer/Songwriter Declan McLaughlin https://declanmclaughlin.bandcamp.com/album/the-path-of-most-resistanceMore than Minutes Issue 112 Click Link to buy the Digital Edition (Print Copy Sold Out)https://celticfanzine.com/product-category/new-issue/More than 90 Minutes Celtic Fanzine Subscription Detailshttps://celticfanzine.com/product-category/monthly-print-subscription/This Episodes Listeners Offer: Celtic Soul Polo 14.99 & Celtic Soul T-Shirt 9.99 Click Link below to orderhttps://celticfanzine.com/product/celtic-soul-polo-top-black/https://celticfanzine.com/product/celtic-soul-t-shirt-black/This Episode has been sponsored by Blarney Windows & Pat Glavin Cork No. 1 CSChttps://www.blarneywindowsystems.ieIf your business or CSC like the Podcast and would like to become a sponsor please email us at email@example.com. You can also contact us through the website or message us on social media. Further Listening If you enjoyed the conversation with Episode 51’s guest, David Potter and would like to listen to more from David and others can we recommend Episode 32 when David chatted to us about all things Celtic including his early memories of Celtic and Lisbon 67. Lisbon Lion John Fallon was our guest in Episode 2 and he also opened his Celtic Soul in detail in Episodes 22 and 23, we also spoke to former Celtic goalkeepers, Rab Douglas in Episode 34 and Barry John Corr Episode 27. Perfect lockdown listening.Follow Us FB https://www.facebook.com/Mt90MTwitter @celticfanzineInsta celticfanzineLinkedIn More than 90 Minutes Episode 51 was Produced by Ronan McQuillan If you would like to support our Independent Celtic Fan Media Platform you can become a Member, Subscribe, Buy or Donate for the Price of a Pint. Your Support helps us continue to produce Daily News & Articles, Weekly Newsletter, Two Weekly Podcasts, Monthly Fanzine, Video Content & Live Shows.https://celticfanzine.com/join-us/https://celticfanzine.com/product-category/monthly-print-subscription/https://celticfanzine.com/shop/https://celticfanzine.com/donations-page/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Celtic Soul Podcast Episode 32 with Andrew Milne chatting to Celtic historian and author, David Potter about his contribution to Celtic history in his many books, his formative years following Celtic, the current Celtic team, Lisbon 1967, why Celtic failed to do 10IAR in the seventies, his favourite game the 1965 Scottish Cup Final and much more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#140: David Potter, Co-Founder & CEO of Curu, Bill Gates Scholar, and Techstars Alum, on Building a More Inclusive Credit System, the Value of Startup Accelerators, Raising $3M+ in VC Funding, and Being a POC in the FinTech Industry
Just Go Grind with Justin Gordon
David Potter is the co-founder and CEO of Curu. Curu’s mission is to flip the entire credit system upside down and help the people that need credit the most reach their goals. Curu helps lenders expand their total available market, reduce their customer acquisition costs and fund more loans by building their applicant’s eligibility. David Potter, a Bill Gates Scholar, and Abb Kapoor were randomly assigned freshman year roommates at the University of Maryland. When they applied for off-campus housing their sophomore year, they were rejected from every student apartment complex around the University because they didn't have established credit. This is what started the passion that became Curu’s mission of building a more inclusive credit system and eliminating rejection from credit-based decisions. Curu enables lenders to approve of more applicants. With its “Approval Dashboard”, lenders can service more of their applicants by helping them become a more qualified account holder. Curu has helped hundreds of applicants get approved for financial products and reach their financial goals. Whether it’s using Curu’s automated system or working directly with one of Curu’s certified credit consultants, the company has been successful in helping underrepresented consumers become more financially free. Connect with David Potter Curu Facebook Instagram Twitter LinkedIn Some of the Topics Covered by David Potter in this Episode What is Curu How and why David and his co-founder Abb Kapoor started Curu Automating Curu's services Creating an app and the resulting quick growth Early customer acquisition Being a first-time founder David's experience and advice for using accelerators Curu's $3M seed round Curu's pre-accelerator fundraising Building the Curu team and scaling How COVID has affected Curu The biggest challenges David has faced building and growing Curu Being a POC in the FinTech startup world Diversity and inclusion in hiring The big mission and vision for Curu David's book recommendations How David recharges away from work Links from the Episode Ycombinator Techstars FIS The Challenger Sale by Matthew Dixon and Brent Adamson The One Thing by Gary Keller The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho The Effective Executive by Peter Drucker The Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz The Mastery of Love by Don Miguel Ruiz
Grumpy Old Bankers: Responses to the Covid crisis with Sir Win Bischoff, David Potter and Rudi Bogni
The CSFI Round-table
Grumpy Old Bankers: A discussion of responses to the Covid-19 crisis, with Sir Win Bischoff, David Potter and Rudi BogniWhy you should watch: Can we learn from previous crises, or is the current coronavirus panic entirely sui generis? And, if we can learn, what should be the take-aways? Three senior City figures discuss inequality, regional 'bad banks', the impact on commercial and investment banking, the conflicting pressures on governments and what we need in terms of skills going forward.Sir Win Bischoff is the Chairman of JPMorgan (Europe). He is a former Chairman of Lloyds Banking Group, Citigroup and Schroders, and also of the Financial Reporting Council. The FT has described him as a 'quietly subversive figure at the heart of the City of London for decades'.David Potter is a former CEO and Chairman of Guinness Mahon and MD of Midland Bank's Global Corporate Banking. He is also a former Deputy Chairman of Investec, and has spent the last 20 years as a NED and/or Trustee of many City institutions, including King's College and Quercus Books.Rudi Bogni is currently a Director of several investment companies, including Waypoint Capital and Northill. He is also a trustee of the Prince of Liechtenstein's Foundation and of LGT. He is a former Group Treasurer of Midland Bank, head of private banking at UBS and senior independent director at Old Mutual.If you have any, please leave your feedback in the comments below. This will allow us to produce a better product for future video projects.Sign up/subscribe to our YouTube channel (it's free, easy and convenient) to keep up to date on what the CSFI will be producing in the near future. You can also follow us here:www.csfi.orgTwitter: @CSFI1Instagram: @CSFI1Produced/Edited by Alex Treptow