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  • 02:37

    ProWMMA Now! Episode 50!

    in MMA

    ProWMMA Now! Episode 50 brought to you by Bangtown Fightwear and The Mile High Grizzlies!

    Our 50th episode include fantatic guest. Tiffany Van Soest is a champion muay thai kickboxer from California. She will fight February 7th in a  Lion Fights Womens Featherweight Title fight! Join us as we get the details of the match.

    Our second guest works with combat sport athletes from around the nation. Doctor Howard Fidler will join the episode to discuss his expertise and take questions from our chat on the importance of what what his practice offers.

    Delany Owen is set to make her professional debut against a more experienced Sarah Alpar. Owen will talk with ProWMMA Now! about her decision to take the short notice fight and what to expect as she enters 2014 as a professional wmma athlete.

    Kristi Lopez will also be making her pro debut this Saturday against Tyra Parker. She is a hard hitter and has acculalated a 3-1 amateur record along the way in top amateur promotions such as Tuff N Uff. Join us as we get the details of the 10th Planet Jiu Jitsu fighter's thoughts on the fight!

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  • 00:13

    Buyers Meeting Point Weekly Update for September 17th, 2012

    in Business

    I would once again like to welcome from Buyers Meeting Point to share information of this week's events and news from the world of purchasing Kelly Barner.
    NOTE: This week’s guest sound bite features Alpar Kamber, a Managing Partner with Denali Group and the Founder and Practice Lead of their Sourcing Services group.
    Be sure to visit the Buyers Meeting Point website @ http://buyersmeetingpoint.com

  • 00:37

    Navigating The New Paradigm in Purchasing: Denali Viewpoint

    in Business

    Over the past few months I have seen with increasing frequency, the long-anticipated shift within the global enterprise as it relates to the traditional roles of finance, IT and of course procurement.
    The functional silos of each one are dissolving into a collective (some like to say holistic) understanding of the entire operation, including the respective impact each stakeholder has on the bottom line.  As a result, the need to think outside of the proverbial box has never been more critical.
    From the procurement perspective, these new developments perhaps pose an even greater challenge than they do to finance and IT professionals.
    The reasons for this are many, and are all too familiar to those of us who have been in the procurement world for more years than we would care to admit.
    So where do we in procurement go from here and what can we expect in both the near-term and longer-term future?
    Joining me this noon hour to shed some light on the changes in the procurement world is Alpar Kamber, who is a Managing Partner with Denali Group and the Founder and Practice Lead of Denali Sourcing Services.