Playlist · by Nicole Zajdel
34 episodes, 20 hours 40 mins
Musa Tariq, Head of Marketing, Airbnb Experiences - Finding Your Personal North Star
Musa Tariq. What can I say about him that most of you don’t already know? He’s wicked smart, super creative and incredibly thoughtful in his role and as a mentor to many. Oh, yes - and he wears awesome shoes as evidenced by the countless tweets and posts on his fire kicks from the Brandweek mainstage. In his last episode of CMO Moves in June 2018, Musa was on a mission to find his personal North Star, leaving Ford as the youngest Chief Brand Officer ever. In this episode, we dive into his inspiring career journey, what he learned from his prior roles that refined his thinking and the advice he has to marketers everywhere. See more, including Musa's cant-miss playbook from this episode at www.adweek.com/cmomoves
Angela Ahrendts, Apple's Senior Vice President of Retail
The "Fortune On Stage Presents: The Most Powerful Women" podcast series features inspiring and practical advice from the world’s most preeminent women leaders.
Angela Ahrendts - Apple
The Moonshots Podcast kicks off the much expected Apple Inc series. We start with the newest addition to the leadership team, the head of Retail - Angela Ahrendts. Join us for a journey into positive energy and the art of listening. Furthermore, you'll discover the secret recipe used by Apple to create the best performing shops on the planet.
Angela Ahrendts on Intuition
How do you balance calculated decision-making with trusting your gut? This episode, hear Angela Ahrendts talk with Jessi about how following her intuition has shaped her career, from Burberry to Apple. Featuring reporting from LinkedIn's senior news editor Maya Pope-Chappell.
Reporting to CEO Tim Cook, Angela Ahrendts is responsible for strategy, real estate and development, and operations of Apple’s physical stores, Apple’s online store and contact centers. Since joining Apple in 2014, Angela has integrated Apple’s physical and digital retail businesses to create a seamless customer experience for over a billion visitors per year with the goal of educating, inspiring, entertaining, and enriching communities. Apple employees set the standard for customer service in stores and online, delivering support from highly trained Geniuses and expert advice from Creative Pros to help customers get the most out of their Apple products.
#8 Jeff Jackett, Marketing Director, McDonald’s
“Growth doesn’t come through behaviour that’s unambitious. You have to not be afraid to stick your neck out.”In this week’s episode of Contentpodden, Jeff Jackett talks about being boringly repetitive and disruptive at the same time. Having one of Sweden’s largest media budgets, Jeff still believes that it’s easier to make an impression today if you […]
How McDonald's Integrates Employees into its Marketing
Returning for her second appearance on the Social Business Engine podcast, Elly Deutch is the featured guest on episode 129. As Global Social Campaign & Advocacy Manager at McDonald's, Elly provides insight into the expanding role of employee and customer advocacy in McDonald’s marketing strategy. View the show notes page:http://www.socialbusinessengine.com/podcasts/how-mcdonalds-integrates-employees-into-its-marketing
Gamification in marketing, a look at Volvo, McDonalds, and Travel Brands
In the last episode we spoke about unique marketing campaigns that used awesome technology and gaming to promote their brand. Today we’re going to continue to talk about some more creative campaigns. Including a campaign for Volvo Cars, another for McDonalds and even one for Fuel.
Mia Kyricos of Hyatt Hotels #89 #ITSB
In Episode 89 I sit down with Mia Kyricos - Senior Vice President and Global Head of Wellbeing for Hyatt Hotels. Mia is a veteran of the hotel spa business and a highly respected leader in the field of spa and wellness. Lots to talk about.
Claudio Salgado of Hyatt hotels
Claudio Salgado is responsible for the food and beverages at the Hyatt in Hong Kong and China. We find out about the part he plays in selecting wines for the hotel chain.
Hyatt Hotels: Knowing What to Innovate Next
Hyatt Hotels Corporation is one of the world’s leading hospitality brands. Jennifer Kirby, Managing Director of Innovation at Hyatt, talks about how her team finds, tests, and prioritizes which new ideas to pursue in order to create and deliver the very best guest experiences. Listen to this episode to learn: · How to balance customers’ desires against financial feasibility and scalability · Why adopting technology for technology’s sake is never a good idea · How to promote innovation ideas internally to create buy-in · The “megatrends” on Hyatt’s innovation agenda
The Business of Travel with Hyatt
Tune-in for the first installment in the new series "The Business of Travel" with the world-renowned Hyatt Hotels & Resorts. Michael and Karen host Tristan Dowell, Vice President of Global Sales, and Christina Gambini, Vice President of Luxury Sales, to discuss Hyatt's continued growth as a brand, a corporate culture deeply rooted in well-being, their wonderful relationship with the travel agency community and more.
Ep. 469 - Trent365! - Hyatt’s Wellbeing Ideation Labs
Mia Kyricos is getting together industry experts to brainstorm how they can better implement wellbeing in all areas of Hyatt Hotels Corporation. Meetings is the first focus area, with the help of Renee Moorefield and others. Interesting stuff to come, no doubt. #wellness #wellbeing #hotels #wellnessprogram
SoulCycle: Julie Rice & Elizabeth Cutler
Before Elizabeth Cutler and Julie Rice met, they shared a common belief: New York City gyms didn't have the kind of exercise classes they craved, and each of them wanted to change that. A fitness instructor introduced them over lunch in 2005, and before the meal was done they were set on opening a stationary bike studio, with a chic and aspirational vibe. A few months later, the first SoulCycle opened in upper Manhattan. Today, SoulCycle has cultivated a near-tribal devotion among its clients, with studios across the United States and Canada. PLUS for our postscript "How You Built That," how "kid-preneur" Gabrielle Goodwin and her mom Rozalynn invented a double-face double snap barrette that doesn't slip out of little girls' hair, no matter how much they play around.
SoulCycle CEO Melanie Whelan: Don't Call us a Fad
SoulCycle CEO Melanie Whelan opens up about the brand's decision to not go public, monthly meetings with her "millennial mentor," and why SoulCycle looks at Disney and Starbucks to think outside the box. Produced by Haley Draznin, CNN.
#6: High Impact Leadership and Life Lessons from SoulCycle CEO Melanie Whelan
Melanie Whelan is the CEO of SoulCycle, the leading lifestyle fitness brand that is sweeping the nation. It’s hard enough creating a lifestyle brand that people want to follow — let alone growing it into a household name. Melanie has done just that. During an unforgettable IVY Entrepreneur Night, Melanie shared her leadership and life lessons with Beri Meric and the IVY community. In this fascinating discussion, we dive into everything from Melanie’s extensive background in scaling multi-million dollar companies, to tips on building a loyal brand following. Please enjoy our conversation with Melanie Whelan. And remember to visit IVY.com to enjoy access to a lifetime of learning, growth, and impact through in-person collaborations with world-class leaders, thinkers, and institutions.
Building Community Around Experience (Melanie Whelan and Derek Blasberg) | BoF VOICES
On the #BoFVOICES stage, chief executive Melanie Whelan told CNN’s Derek Blasberg that people are the key to maintaining the cult-like indoor cycling company’s special culture as it grows. To sign up to the Daily Digest newsletter click the link here:http://bit.ly/BoFnews For a limited time only we are offering our podcast listeners an exclusive 25% discount on an annual BoF Professional Member. To get 25% off your first year of an annual membership click the link here:http://bit.ly/2KoRRBH, select the annual package and then enter the invitation code PODCASTPRO at checkout. To contact The Business of Fashion with comments, questions, or speaker ideas please firstname.lastname@example.org. For all sponsorship enquiries, please email@example.com.
Melanie Whelan, CEO SoulCycle
The "Fortune On Stage Presents: The Most Powerful Women" podcast series features inspiring and practical advice from the world’s most preeminent women leaders.
SoulCycle's Melanie Whelan: We're finding more ways to engage with our customer
When you look at Melanie Whelan's career path, it doesn't exactly point to SoulCycle. Prior to landing at Equinox and SoulCycle, Whelan held positions atStarwood Hotels and Resorts and Virgin USA.For Whelan, the through line of all of these companies was a core focus on hospitality and building meaningful relationships with customers. Now serving as the CEO of SoulCycle, Whelan sees the opportunity to expand the consumer-focused, experiential brand on a global scale. The company's first London studio is set to open later this year, in sync with the brand's expansion into events and new retail products. On this week's episode of The Glossy Beauty Podcast, beauty editor Priya Rao sits down with Whelan to discuss how to scale a boutique experience, how to move from a fitness to a lifestyle brand and why SoulCycle decided to make the move into wholesale with Nordstrom.
Breakout Breakfast: Jen Rubio, Away
Yahoo Finance's second installment of Breakout Breakfast! In this episode, Melody Hahm interviews Away's co-founder and COO, Jen Rubio. Recorded live from BUILD Studios. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Jen Rubio- Co-founder of Away
Jen Rubio is the co-founder of Away Luggage. Before starting Away, Jen built her career by creating compelling brand narratives for some of the world’s most innovative companies. She started at Johnson and Johnson. After working there for a couple years, she quickly moved onto work for herself as a social media manager, before that was even a real job title. In 2011, Jen joined the early executive team for Warby Parker as Head of Social Media. It was at Warby Parker, that she met her Away co-founder, Steph Korey. In 2015, Jen was named to the Forbes 30 Under 30 list for Marketing and Advertising. Jen eventually left Warby Parker and moved to London to join AllSaints, as Head of Innovation. However, her entrepreneurial spirit took over, and she quickly left that job to launch Away. Away is a modern travel brand that creates thoughtful luggage and travel accessories, designed to make travel more seamless. Away has rapid growth: starting with less than ten employees and now boasting a...
Away: Jen Rubio
In early 2015, Jen Rubio was racing through an airport to catch a flight when her suitcase broke, leaving a trail of clothing behind her. She tried to replace it with a stylish, durable, affordable suitcase — but she couldn't find one. So she decided to create her own. In less than a year, Jen and her co-founder Steph Korey raised $2.5 million to build their dream travel brand: a line of sleek, direct-to-consumer suitcases simply called Away. Jen's hunch that the brand would emotionally resonate with young, jet-setting customers paid off. Today, Away has become a cult luggage brand that has sold more than one million suitcases. PLUS in our postscript "How You Built That," how Jon Maroney made sledding easier for adults and more dynamic for kids with a pair of sleds that strap to your legs.
Episode 24: Jen Rubio and Steph Korey: She’s Traveling Smart - On The Dot Woman
When I was returning home from a trip abroad, my suitcase was over the weight limit by about 10 pounds. I was a penny-pinching college student at the time, so, naturally, I took about 10 pounds of clothing out, put it all on right there at the airline service desk and saved the extra cost. Granted, wearing rain boots, three sweaters and a coat didn’t make for a very relaxing travel experience, but it was a quick fix to my dilemma. Everyone has some kind of wild travel story, from terribly delayed flights to celebrity sightings and even appalling behavior from fellow passengers. What’s your story? Share it with us @OnTheDotWoman on Twitter. The post Jen Rubio and Steph Korey: She’s Traveling Smart appeared first on On The Dot Woman.
BLAMO!: How Jen Rubio Took Luggage Up, Up and AWAY
On this week’s episode of Business of HYPE, jeffstaple plays an episode of one of his favorite episodes from the BLAMO! podcast featuring AWAY founder Jen Rubio. "We saw an opportunity in this space to make a brand that people care about, talks about travel a certain way, and just so happens to make a really good suitcase." As always, thank you for tuning into HYPEBEAST Radio and Business of HYPE. Please don't forget to rate, comment and subscribe to our channel, as well as HB•R and MIC/LINE. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/businessofhype/support
Rerun: 28 Jen Rubio - Co-Founder of Away on Launching a Brand People Want to Talk About
While we are on our winter break, enjoy this rerun of one of our favorite episodes! In 2015, Jen Rubio was traveling back from a trip to Switzerland when her luggage broke in the middle of a crowded airport, sending her clothes and belongings everywhere. As she looked for a replacement she couldn't find the kind of iconic, high-quality, affordable luggage she was looking for. Jen called up her friend Steph Korey - the two met in 2011 at Warby Parker back when they had only twenty employees - and they got to work. Just a few years later, they launched their direct-to-consumer luggage company, Away, in 2015. It boasts high end features such as two built-in USB ports and a durable, sleek design but is a fraction of the price of competing luggage. The Away team now has more than 100 employees and tens of millions in revenue. They have expanded their product line, which now offers the bag in six sizes and eight colors and have partnered with people like Gray Malin and Karlie Kloss. In th...
Jen Rubio (Away)
We talk about the ups and downs of entrepreneurship and how through incredible branding and product design they actually made buying luggage cool again.
Away co-founder Jen Rubio unpacks building a brand beyond a suitcase
Jen Rubio, co-founder of travel brand Away (creators of cultishly loved suitcases) talks with Erin Patinkin and Natasha Case about how a college dropout with no experience in the worlds of travel or luggage built one of the most talked about travel companies of 2018. She and her partner raised capital, gained loyalty, and disrupted a staid space through the power of storytelling and consistent pitching. She maintains that building Away as a lifestyle brand, not a suitcase company, opens up a bright future for them and their partners.
#LIPSTORIES: Jen Rubio
Jen Rubio is the co-founder and CEO of Away, a New York-based luggage company for modern travelers. Jen and her co-founder Steph Korey launched Away in 2015, inspired by a broken suitcase and a travel epiphany. Their goal was to create a brand that people could get excited about—luggage that’s both iconic and accessible.Jen joins Girlboss and Sephora Collection today to share her #LIPSTORIES with Girlboss editor in chief Neha Gandhi. She gets honest about what travel means to her, how to survive a nightmare travel day, and how you build a brand that people can't stop talking about.
Up, Up & Away: A "case" study in brand building with Away Luggage co-founder, Jen Rubio
Jen Rubio has built her career connecting people to brands. First at Warby Parker and then at All Saints. Her A-ha moment came from a pain point, a broken suitcase.And while she had no experience in the luggage industry, she saw an enormous opportunity to change the market when she couldn't find stylish and affordable travel gear.She shares her journey of creating a consumer lifestyle business that is more about travel then it is about luggage.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jen Rubio - Why You Should Follow Your Curiosity
Today's guest, Jen Rubio, followed her curiosity all the way through to a 700 million dollar company. Jen is the co-founder of Away Travel, which is one of the highest funded female backed startups ever. In this episode Jen discusses following your curiosity through until the end, the biggest misconception about entrepreneurship, where she see’s influencer marketing heading, Away’s own storytelling strategy & more. Jen is proof that if you let your curiosity lead you, the rewards can be life changing
Musa Tariq, former CBO of Ford - Reflection, Learning and Mining the White Space
Musa Tariq, former Chief Brand Officer of Ford and current “Student of Life” shares his perspective on The Future of Marketing and the importance of focusing on the White Space, reminding us all to ”boldly go where no one has gone before.”
Imran Amed and Musa Tariq | Inside Fashion
On this episode of "Inside Fashion", Imran Amed sits down with Musa Tariq to discuss changes in technology, his love of authenticity and the challenges facing fashion today. Tariq is one of a highly select group of individuals appointed to the C-Suite under the age of 35. Following early leadership roles at JWT and Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising, Tariq served as global head of digital marketing and the first-ever director of social media at Burberry. It was during Tariq’s tenure that the 150-year-old British brand established itself as a digital leader in the industry. Tariq left Burberry to join Nike as the first senior director of Social Media and Community, before going to work under Angela Ahrendts once again as Apple’s global marketing and communication director for retail. In 2017, he was appointed chief brand officer and vice president of Ford Motor Company. To sign up to the Daily Digest newsletter click the link here:http://bit.ly/BoFnews For a limited time only we are off...
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