Bill Poorman & Nikolaj Groeneweg, hosts of We Don’t Mean To Dwell podcast joins Graham in the Asia Tech Podcast studio. They share their journey on how they got into podcasting and share some interesting anecdotes through this journey giving us a peek on what goes on behind the scenes of their podcast.
Its been a successful couple of years for Padmanabhan Ramaswamy & Mritunjay Kumar, Founders of InsightzClub, who join our host Neville McKenzie in the ATP studio. They take us through their journey of setting up InsightzClub and the challenges they faced along the way. An interesting conversation about how they are using data & cutting edge technology to derive deep consumer insights for their clients. Listen to the entire episode here.
Ling Ling, host of Leaders of Learning Podcast joins Graham Brown in the Asia Tech Podcast studio to share her story and talk about her motivations for starting a Podcast. Ling Ling talks about the varied subjects she has been covering in her show, her thoughts behind curating the show and her guest selection process. She also tells us how the podcast has helped in her corporate training business.
“I knew that I wanted to leave a legacy……” – Sarah-Ann Yong, host of ASB Podcast and a current full time student of Asia School of Business, talks to Graham Brown about her motivations behind starting the ASB Podcast. Sarah tells us in detail about her entire journey in the podcasting field, the guests she wants to feature on her show, about her learning curve and her growth as a podcaster from the 1st episode in August 2018 to now after crossing few months worth of episodes. A must listen conversation for all who are toying with the idea of starting their own podcast or for that matter any side hustle of their own.
“Sometimes this idea of decorum or formality causes people to not actually call out the BS when you see it ….and that’s what we like to do.” – Elliot Zaagman, Co-host of China Tech Investor Podcast talks to Graham Brown about what his podcast along with his friend and Co-host James Hull covers. He tells us through his story from being in the US to ending up in China. Graham and Elliot then delve into all things “China” and talk about the changes that are happening in the Chinese market and tech ecosystem.
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Edmund Lowell, the founder of KYC chain. He talk’s about that interesting intersect between the worlds of finance, technology, identity, privacy and the magic word blockchain. So stick around for 45 minutes because Edwin is going to take us on a world that starts with the Jason Bourne lifestyle of the location independent entrepreneur, all the way up to KYC compliance with large financial institutions rounding up with a view of society.
“The best way to learn is through conversations” – Jason Choi, host of Blockcrunch Podcast tells us about his motivations to start a podcast in Blockchain and Crypto space and why his conversations look to go deeper into the subject matter of cryptocurrencies, blockchain and #cryptotwitter. Jason and Graham also discuss on the podcasting scenario in US compared to Asia. Jason takes us behind the scenes of his podcast show telling us about his guests, how he selects them, the show formats he designs and the content distribution partnership model he has entered into for his podcast distribution. Listen to the entire episode to learn more about podcasting, especially in Asia, the different operational formats of podcasters.
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Tomas Mazetti, CEO and co-founder of Moby Mart, joins us today. He is going to talk about how they built Moby Mart, the robo-supermarket, what the philosophy was behind Moby Mart and what that means for the future. He also shares how that would change not just e-commerce and retail but the society as well. For the next 30 minutes, Tomas Mazetti is going to talk to us about those robo-supermarkets that you keep seeing on your social media feed.
The next 30 minutes, our guest will be Tom James, the Co-Founder of NR Capital in Singapore and London. We’re going to talk about alternative finance, the BlockChain, Logisitics, Tracebility, Fintech. We’re also going to go into the space of deep space, deep space mining, deep space commodities and artificial intelligence. This is a lot to cover in the 25, 30 minutes. If you’re interested in the cutting edge of technology and how that applies to finance, then stick around. My guest is Tom James, the Co-Founder of NR Capital, coming right up
Food Retail in Bangkok. What are the challenges in making and growing a successful and profitable food retail business. We are joined by Surasit Sachdev or Sit as he’s better known, the co-founder of Hungry Hub. We’re gonna hear about his entrepreneurial journey, how he has pivoted from a booking system to an all-you-can-eat marketing model and Bangkok’s thriving restaurant market.