Julie Walker - Paranormal and Co-Founder of The Maine Paranormal Investigation Team
Julie helps us all to understand paranormal activity when it's encountered, explains why we need not fear the so-called "unknown", and the rolls TV shows, books and movies have played in making us fearful. (Recording date: December 22nd, 2019)--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
40 Everything is a learning experience | Julie Walker
Longitude Sound Bytes
Sound byte about how struggle equates to learning from Julie Walker, navigation engineer at Intuitive Surgical. Presented by Zehra Karakılıç, Longitude fellow from Tilburg University.See transcript.If you like this episode, please subscribe to Longitude Sound Bytes, rate and review wherever you get your podcasts. You can also write to us at email@example.com. This podcast is a production of Longitude.site, directed by Ipek Martinez. Our music is composed for us and mixed by Molly Turner. Website: https://www.longitude.site/ Podcast series and episodes: https://longitude.site/episodes/Support the show (https://longitude.site/support-us/)
Product Launches Plans & the Ultimate Retail Buyer Strategy– Julie Walker EP 57
The Page 1 Podcast
Julie Walker: Strategies to Turn Your Retail Business Scorecard Green Is your buyer’s scorecard green? It is important to add value to your buyer beyond the product you’re selling which will lead you to gain influence. In this episode of the Page One Podcast, Luke Peters speaks with Julie Walker, she is a seasoned executive with 30 years of industry experience spanning brand management, shopper marketing, sales leadership, and multiunit retail operations. Before starting her own strategic firm, she was the CEO of Shopper Events and spent 24 years at Proctor& Gamble. Listen in to learn how to validate your product and make the design stand out from the competition. You will also learn the strategy that will get you the attention of the buyer and fulfill their expectations of your business. Key Takeaways: The importance of forecasting a product’s performance in the market rather than focusing on its distribution. The importance of hiring an agency to help your business get attention from a potential buyer. The major mistakes that happen in the top to top meetings and the right thing to do. Learning to align and support your buyer’s business culture. Episode Timeline: [0:34] Intro: [2:44] She talks about the situation with the companies that she helps during the pandemic. [3:39] How she’s helping struggling companies to understand the market and accessing their capabilities. [5:43] The industries that are unexpectedly doing better than it was initially anticipated. [7:30] How to evaluate the context of a product when designing to stand out from similar products. [10:57] How to avoid legal problems with competitors plus validating why your product would be buyable. [12:42] Learning to start with the end in mind before launching a product. [15:03] How to get a buyer’s attention when you’re a small company by hiring an agency plus when to know they’ll work for you or not. [17:05] How to add value beyond the product you’re selling to gain influence by going green on everything on the buyer’s scorecard. [18:13] Some of the things that are in the buyer’s scorecard that as a business owner you don’t think about. [19:32] The meaning of the top to top business planning and it’s relation to your business leadership. [23:31] The importance of understanding where you fit in the buyer’s ecosystem to better get an idea of their expectations of you. [24:28] How to fulfill the expectations of your buyer while aligning and respecting their culture. [27:54] Julie advises those in retail and or planning to join the retail business. Quotes: “Build a plan to add value beyond the product you’re selling, to gain influence.” - Julie Walker [17:11]
Chapter 12 Bankruptcy Basics: A Conversation with Julie Walker
Maryland Risk Management Education Podcast
In this episode, Paul is joined by Julie Walker, a Research Assistant, University of Maryland, and a recent graduate of Drake Law Schoo with J.D. and a certificate in Food and Agricultural Law to discuss her research that has been focused on Chapter 12 bankruptcy. If you have questions for Ms. Walker, please email her here. If you have questions for Paul contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet him @aglawPaul, on Instagram @aglawPaul, or 301-405-3541.
#14 - SVP of West Coast Operations for GreenSlate: Julie Walker
The Filmmaker's Guide to the Industry
Julie Harris Walker is the SVP of West Coast Operations for GreenSlate. She has spent the last 25 years in Los Angeles, working in the entertainment industry as a Commercial Producer, Production Auditor at Disney, Production Finance Executive at HBO and The Weinstein Company, and VP of Sales for Entertainment Partners.
Julie Walker, Executive Director at The Peyton Walker Foundation
No Limits Selling
Julie is a lifesaving difference-maker. When life threw Julie a curveball in 2013 with the tragic and unexpected death of her 19 year old daughter, she dusted herself off and immediately launched a highly impactful, results-oriented nonprofit in response to this most devastating loss. In addition to leading the lifesaving work of The Peyton Walker Foundation, Julie also runs a meeting/event planning business - Choice Meetings. Delivering memorable, well-executed and successful meetings is her core focus. With close to 30 years in the meetings and hospitality industry. She prides herself on being a well-respected and upstanding professional with high integrity and unwavering ethics. Podcast Highlights When you fall down, GET UP! Everyone is here for a reason, find yours Find the inner-strength Connect with Julie LinkedIn Facebook Instagram website Check out my new project. NeuroBoosterz is a web-app that lets you take control of your mindset. Use the 7-day free trial to test it out.
Northern Traditions Podcast with Julie Walker – Ep.6
Northern Traditions Podcast
In this episode Travis sits down with edible plant expert Julie Walker. Julie is an IGA certified, professional hiking guide and nature educator. She has interpreted nature to elders, kids and adults in Southern Alberta for more than 25 years. Julie has explored the plants of the Prairie, Foothills, Montane, Sub-Alpine and Alpine eco-regions. Sharing her knowledge about this flora, especially the edible plants, has become her passion.Julie loves teaching," everything you need to know", about using wild edible plants; identification, growing locations, wildlife plants, sustainable harvesting and how to plant wild edibles in your own garden. Her goal is to help you discover the wisdom of native plants and become a plant ally.