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The Things We Make Podcast

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The Things We Make Podcast

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Learn how the top thinkers and doers in marketing and advertising make it happen. In this interview-based podcast, Keane Angle (DeliverableCoaching.com) chats with leaders, strategists, analysts, and other exceptional figures from agencies and brand teams.

Latest Episodes

Episode 13: Ryan McDaid, multi-award-winning brand strategist on storytelling, and personal creative endeavors

On today’s episode, I chat with Ryan McDaid - a highly awarded brand strategist who has recently plunged headfirst into a screenwriting sabbatical. We chat about what big brands get right and wrong when it comes to storytelling and Ryan leaves us with some words of wisdom for those considering pursuing their own creative projects outside of work. Connect with Ryan: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-mcdaid-5693262a/

19 MINJUL 7
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Episode 13: Ryan McDaid, multi-award-winning brand strategist on storytelling, and personal creative endeavors

Episode 12: Marc Calamia, Co-Founder at SAGEWORX on ballet dancing and shooting hot dogs into space

On today’s episode, I chat with Marc Calamia, co-founder and Executive Creative Producer for the Atlanta-based content agency SAGEWORX. Marc talks about his origins as a professional ballet and Broadway dancer and how that led him to become an agency producer that figures out how to shoot hot dogs into space. More about SAGEWORX - http://www.sageworx.com/

18 MINJUN 30
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Episode 12: Marc Calamia, Co-Founder at SAGEWORX on ballet dancing and shooting hot dogs into space

Episode 11: Marie Pavlich, Founder of Focus and Flow Branding on What Big and Small Brands Can Learn From Each Other

We're back after a short, two-week break! On today’s episode I chat with Marie Pavlich. For the last 15 years Marie has helped grow brands of all shapes and sizes. Her former stomping grounds include various agencies and media companies such as the stop-motion animation studio behind the award-winning show Robot Chicken. Marie currently runs her own brand consultancy called Focus and Flow Branding where demystifies branding for new businesses. We discuss what big brands can learn from SMEs and vice versa. Learn about Marie and Focus and Flow Branding » https://www.focusandflowbranding.com/

19 MINJUN 18
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Episode 11: Marie Pavlich, Founder of Focus and Flow Branding on What Big and Small Brands Can Learn From Each Other

Episode 10: RG Logan, SVP of Strategy at the Truth Initiative on Gen-Z Marketing and making the jump from agency-side to client-side

Today, I chat with multi-award winning strategist and researcher RG Logan. RG is currently SVP Strategy at the Truth Initiative and his former stomping grounds include Hall and Partners, 360i, Virtue, and Razorfish. We talk about marketing to Gen Z and making the switch from agencies to client-side. https://truthinitiative.org/

18 MINMAY 27
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Episode 10: RG Logan, SVP of Strategy at the Truth Initiative on Gen-Z Marketing and making the jump from agency-side to client-side

Episode 09: Brad Alperin SVP, Integrated Strategy Lead at Dentsu Aegis Network on acting, strategy, and empathy

My guest today is Brad Alperin, SVP Integrated Strategy Lead at Dentsu Aegis Network. Brad is a classically trained actor turned multi-award winning brand strategist. For the last two decades, he has lead projects for brands like Mattel, Oreo, Barbie, Canon and Lean Cuisine. We chat about how he uses his acting skills to captivate an audience and to fuels how he approaches crafting brand strategies.

20 MINMAY 18
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Episode 09: Brad Alperin SVP, Integrated Strategy Lead at Dentsu Aegis Network on acting, strategy, and empathy

Episode 08: Sarah Hofstetter, President at Profitero on candid leadership, her new role, and how COVID has accelerated the ecommerce landscape

Today, I’m talking with Sarah Hofstetter. Sarah has a 20+ year track record of navigating companies and marketers where there are no roads. Her previous roles include President and CEO at 360i, and President at media measurement giant Comscore. She has very recently taken up a new role as President at ecommerce analytics company Profitero. We discuss her leadership style, why she joined up with Profitero, and how COVID has massively accelerated the rate of change in the ecommerce world. More on Profitero: http://profitero.com

19 MINMAY 11
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Episode 08: Sarah Hofstetter, President at Profitero on candid leadership, her new role, and how COVID has accelerated the ecommerce landscape

Episode 07: Layne Harris, SVP of Technology at Big Spaceship on creating things that the world has never seen before

On today’s episode, I’m talking with multi-award winning technologist and maker Layne Harris. Layne is the SVP of technology at Big Spaceship and has created things like an off-roading remote controlled Wienermobile, billboards that let photographers know when to get their cameras out for “magic hour,” and recently released an Alexa skill that sings songs to people to while they wash their hands for 20 seconds. More about Layne: https://www.layneharris.com/ Handwash Jukebox: https://www.handwashjukebox.com/

20 MINMAY 4
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Episode 07: Layne Harris, SVP of Technology at Big Spaceship on creating things that the world has never seen before

Episode 06: Katie Wall, Creative Agency Partner at Facebook on social media in a post-COVID world

Today, I’m chatting with Katie Wall, Creative Agency Partner at Facebook. Over the last 15 years Katie has worked in various agencies in both PR and Account Leadership roles. Today, she is now in charge of helping agencies navigate the ever changing and complex world of social media. We’ll be talking about what’s going on in the agency world and what things might look like post-COVID.

19 MINAPR 27
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Episode 06: Katie Wall, Creative Agency Partner at Facebook on social media in a post-COVID world

Episode 05: Matt Wurst, MD of North American at revelation on left-brain/right-brain balance

On today's episode of The Things We Make, Keane has a chat with Matt Wurst. Matt started his career helping to build the first version of NBA.com, and then jumped head-first into the agency world. Today, Matt is Managing Director of North America at revelation - a full-service content marketing agency. Matt is a strong believer in left-brain/right-brain balance, and forming full opinions by seeking the expertise of others before giving his two cents. Read more about Matt and revelation - https://revelation.group/

19 MINAPR 20
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Episode 05: Matt Wurst, MD of North American at revelation on left-brain/right-brain balance

Episode 04: Amy Richter on Personal Career Planning and Fabulous Leaders, Advisor and Coach at Thinqshift

On this episode of The Things We Make, Keane talks with Amy Richter. Former Dir. of Marketing for the Atlanta Braves, and former Group Account Director for high octane agencies - Amy is now a Coach at Thinqshift, a leadership consulting firm. Amy chats about what she did to help plan the next phase of her career, and discusses what she's learned at her new role. Read more about Amy and Thinqshift - http://thinqshift.com

17 MINAPR 13
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Episode 04: Amy Richter on Personal Career Planning and Fabulous Leaders, Advisor and Coach at Thinqshift

Latest Episodes

Episode 13: Ryan McDaid, multi-award-winning brand strategist on storytelling, and personal creative endeavors

On today’s episode, I chat with Ryan McDaid - a highly awarded brand strategist who has recently plunged headfirst into a screenwriting sabbatical. We chat about what big brands get right and wrong when it comes to storytelling and Ryan leaves us with some words of wisdom for those considering pursuing their own creative projects outside of work. Connect with Ryan: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-mcdaid-5693262a/

19 MINJUL 7
Comments
Episode 13: Ryan McDaid, multi-award-winning brand strategist on storytelling, and personal creative endeavors

Episode 12: Marc Calamia, Co-Founder at SAGEWORX on ballet dancing and shooting hot dogs into space

On today’s episode, I chat with Marc Calamia, co-founder and Executive Creative Producer for the Atlanta-based content agency SAGEWORX. Marc talks about his origins as a professional ballet and Broadway dancer and how that led him to become an agency producer that figures out how to shoot hot dogs into space. More about SAGEWORX - http://www.sageworx.com/

18 MINJUN 30
Comments
Episode 12: Marc Calamia, Co-Founder at SAGEWORX on ballet dancing and shooting hot dogs into space

Episode 11: Marie Pavlich, Founder of Focus and Flow Branding on What Big and Small Brands Can Learn From Each Other

We're back after a short, two-week break! On today’s episode I chat with Marie Pavlich. For the last 15 years Marie has helped grow brands of all shapes and sizes. Her former stomping grounds include various agencies and media companies such as the stop-motion animation studio behind the award-winning show Robot Chicken. Marie currently runs her own brand consultancy called Focus and Flow Branding where demystifies branding for new businesses. We discuss what big brands can learn from SMEs and vice versa. Learn about Marie and Focus and Flow Branding » https://www.focusandflowbranding.com/

19 MINJUN 18
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Episode 11: Marie Pavlich, Founder of Focus and Flow Branding on What Big and Small Brands Can Learn From Each Other

Episode 10: RG Logan, SVP of Strategy at the Truth Initiative on Gen-Z Marketing and making the jump from agency-side to client-side

Today, I chat with multi-award winning strategist and researcher RG Logan. RG is currently SVP Strategy at the Truth Initiative and his former stomping grounds include Hall and Partners, 360i, Virtue, and Razorfish. We talk about marketing to Gen Z and making the switch from agencies to client-side. https://truthinitiative.org/

18 MINMAY 27
Comments
Episode 10: RG Logan, SVP of Strategy at the Truth Initiative on Gen-Z Marketing and making the jump from agency-side to client-side

Episode 09: Brad Alperin SVP, Integrated Strategy Lead at Dentsu Aegis Network on acting, strategy, and empathy

My guest today is Brad Alperin, SVP Integrated Strategy Lead at Dentsu Aegis Network. Brad is a classically trained actor turned multi-award winning brand strategist. For the last two decades, he has lead projects for brands like Mattel, Oreo, Barbie, Canon and Lean Cuisine. We chat about how he uses his acting skills to captivate an audience and to fuels how he approaches crafting brand strategies.

20 MINMAY 18
Comments
Episode 09: Brad Alperin SVP, Integrated Strategy Lead at Dentsu Aegis Network on acting, strategy, and empathy

Episode 08: Sarah Hofstetter, President at Profitero on candid leadership, her new role, and how COVID has accelerated the ecommerce landscape

Today, I’m talking with Sarah Hofstetter. Sarah has a 20+ year track record of navigating companies and marketers where there are no roads. Her previous roles include President and CEO at 360i, and President at media measurement giant Comscore. She has very recently taken up a new role as President at ecommerce analytics company Profitero. We discuss her leadership style, why she joined up with Profitero, and how COVID has massively accelerated the rate of change in the ecommerce world. More on Profitero: http://profitero.com

19 MINMAY 11
Comments
Episode 08: Sarah Hofstetter, President at Profitero on candid leadership, her new role, and how COVID has accelerated the ecommerce landscape

Episode 07: Layne Harris, SVP of Technology at Big Spaceship on creating things that the world has never seen before

On today’s episode, I’m talking with multi-award winning technologist and maker Layne Harris. Layne is the SVP of technology at Big Spaceship and has created things like an off-roading remote controlled Wienermobile, billboards that let photographers know when to get their cameras out for “magic hour,” and recently released an Alexa skill that sings songs to people to while they wash their hands for 20 seconds. More about Layne: https://www.layneharris.com/ Handwash Jukebox: https://www.handwashjukebox.com/

20 MINMAY 4
Comments
Episode 07: Layne Harris, SVP of Technology at Big Spaceship on creating things that the world has never seen before

Episode 06: Katie Wall, Creative Agency Partner at Facebook on social media in a post-COVID world

Today, I’m chatting with Katie Wall, Creative Agency Partner at Facebook. Over the last 15 years Katie has worked in various agencies in both PR and Account Leadership roles. Today, she is now in charge of helping agencies navigate the ever changing and complex world of social media. We’ll be talking about what’s going on in the agency world and what things might look like post-COVID.

19 MINAPR 27
Comments
Episode 06: Katie Wall, Creative Agency Partner at Facebook on social media in a post-COVID world

Episode 05: Matt Wurst, MD of North American at revelation on left-brain/right-brain balance

On today's episode of The Things We Make, Keane has a chat with Matt Wurst. Matt started his career helping to build the first version of NBA.com, and then jumped head-first into the agency world. Today, Matt is Managing Director of North America at revelation - a full-service content marketing agency. Matt is a strong believer in left-brain/right-brain balance, and forming full opinions by seeking the expertise of others before giving his two cents. Read more about Matt and revelation - https://revelation.group/

19 MINAPR 20
Comments
Episode 05: Matt Wurst, MD of North American at revelation on left-brain/right-brain balance

Episode 04: Amy Richter on Personal Career Planning and Fabulous Leaders, Advisor and Coach at Thinqshift

On this episode of The Things We Make, Keane talks with Amy Richter. Former Dir. of Marketing for the Atlanta Braves, and former Group Account Director for high octane agencies - Amy is now a Coach at Thinqshift, a leadership consulting firm. Amy chats about what she did to help plan the next phase of her career, and discusses what she's learned at her new role. Read more about Amy and Thinqshift - http://thinqshift.com

17 MINAPR 13
Comments
Episode 04: Amy Richter on Personal Career Planning and Fabulous Leaders, Advisor and Coach at Thinqshift
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