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David Doctorow, Chief Strategy Officer of Expedia to discuss ways small businesses can save on travel expenses.
CEO Ethan Anderson says his application can be a game changer for small business leaders who want to better manage their time and contacts.
Mike Oristian is co-founder of CALLPROMISE talks about why calling back prospects/visitors adds sales, profits
Today we'll speak with Noga Leviner, Co-Founder and CEO of PicnicHealth, about all the ways PicnicHealth is helping to save time for busy parents.
Consider this: For those diagnosed with a serious illness, it's not only the treatment itself that is so challenging, but also the huge time sink involved in collecting, organizing, and distributing mountains of medical records from dozens of specialists.
Enter PicnicHealth... a master library of your personal health history that collects ALL of your medical records (not just a few scans or charts) and transforms them into a unified visual archive that is accurate, easy to understand, and rapidly distributed to every doctor that you use.
It’s time to start thinking about those summer vacations – where to go, what to pack, who to go with. And many of you are probably considering taking your furry family member along for the trip, too. If you are one of the 30 million Americans who travel with pets each year, we’ve got some great travel and pet safety tips to make your trip as smooth as possible.
Joining us from a pet friendly resort in St. Pete Beach, Florida to share his travel tips is Dan Schachner, Animal Planet Host and Referee of the popular Puppy Bowl.
Speaking of travel, have you considered a trip to Mexico? If you're dreaming of a Mexican destination for your summer vacation, you'll want to tune in for tips from Sarah Gavin, Head of Communications at Expedia!
We'll also be talking about a new campaign to learn CPR with help from the Bee Gees; plus, small business cyber security.
Join MomRN and her expert guests each week for practical advice for raising a happy, healthy family.
The Transformed Traveler welcomes Expedia to discuss upcoming summer vacations.
After months of freezing temperatures, it’s FINALLY time to plan a warm weather getaway. And while Florida beaches and Caribbean cruises usually top the list for many travelers, our next guest has some alternative deals to get you to the water’s edge.
Joining us live from Seattle with the inside scoop is Expedia Senior Editor and all-around travel expert Sarah Gavin.
1. Traditionally, Memorial Day weekend is one of the most popular weekends for travelers to hit the beach. Do you have any destination ideas to help us avoid the beach crowds?
2. What are some of the best options out there to get the most for your money this summer?
3. Being smart and aware of your surroundings when traveling abroad is key. Do you have any tips for travelers to remain safe and sound?
4. Are there certain parts of Mexico that are better travel destinations for families versus couples looking for a quick getaway?
Biography - Sarah Gavin
As Head of Communications for Expedia, Sarah Waffle Gavin holds responsibility for corporate and consumer media relations, influential programs across press, bloggers, and social media for the Expedia brand. Foodie, tech geek, traveler and mom of four, when she's not strolling through the shops of Manhattan or sitting poolside in Mexico, she hangs her hat in the burbs of Seattle, Washington at the intersection of travel, technology, and motherhood.
This show is presented by Rowman Littlefield's latest book- Life Lessons from Family Vacation. Purchase at www.amazon.com today.
You might have caught the story that's gone viral about a small boutique hotel in Mexico and its travails with the fine folks at megatravel site Expedia. We certainly did. Join us tonight as we welcome Cheri and Tony Head, owners of the Luna Blue Hotel, as they relay the nightmare that has become their dealings with the internet travel behemoth.
Bringing you the worst in internet travel stories and web talk radio... guaranteed!
In today's show we'll be sharing our tips for traveling to a major sporting event. We share our tips for where to stay, when to book, where to buy tickets, when to arrive, where to eat, how to stay out of jail, and even when to use the restroom. We will also discuss our favorite smartphone apps for travel AND we will be joined by Jess Skelton, Social Media and Content Manager for Tripit - our favorite app for organizing our itineraries.
Cara Clemons 52 years of age, is a World traveler and has been Married 20 years. Cara Clemons has a Degree in Computer Science. She also worked in the medical field for 34 years. Cara Clemons has always had her own business along with a 40 hour week job. Cara Clemons has been with Paycation less than a year and is excited about her career move. After joining and becoming a Certified Travel Agent, Cara Clemons left her job and now does Paycation full time
Small hoteliers Tony and Cheri had a dream to retire in Mexico in the beautiful Playa del Carmen.
Their boutique B&B Luna Blue Hotel was their dream.
Recently they wrote a Blog Post regarding their trials and tribulations with their business relationship with Expedia.
Their blog went viral almost overnight. I had the wonderful opportunity to speak with them today via telephone in Mexico.
Their story needs to be heard. Potential clients should understand how the "online" booking system works and how Big Business can control inventory, bookings and income for small independent business.
You can read the full blog here: http://playazone.wordpress.com/2012/12/04/expedia-bad-for-the-traveler-bad-for-the-hotel/
If you book online this is a NOT TO MISS episode. Call in with your questions, use our chat box. Be informed.
I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human, coming to you live from San Jose, CA, in Silicon Valley. This show airs Thursdays at 3:30 PM PDT. We help marketing executives and their teams tell their most important company, product and customer stories to the world.
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Applied Improvisation and Product Design
Applying improvisation to communication, teamwork and leadership has received a lot of business press lately. Improvisation principles can also be used in marketing areas including product design and usability. Join me Oct 23rd when we chat to Jessie Shternshus, a fellow Applied Improv Network member, about how improv principles can improve design.
As the founder and owner of The IMPROV EFFECT, Jessie weds her lifelong passion for and expertise in applied improvisation with the fast paced demands of the corporate world. In her classes she helps people become better listeners, team players, leaders, and communicators. Her physically engaging and playful workshops are relevant to all fields of life; participants of her workshops vary from college professors to engineers and from web developers to lawyers. Jessie gained her formal education at USF and NYU. Throughout her career she has worked with Fortune 500 companies and companies such as CBS, Johnson & Johnson, Expedia, Getty Images and Celgene.
We have a great show today. We are meeting with Matthew Eichhorst, President of Expedia CruiseShipCenters, and Mary Beth Casey, franchisee of Expedia CruiseShipCenters in Ft. Lauderdale.
ABOUT EXPEDIA CRUISESHIPCENTERS
Expedia, Inc., the largest online travel company in the world, has partnered with Expedia CruiseShipCenters to provide travelers a one stop shop for cruises and vacations. Expedia CruiseShipCenters was founded in 1987 and offers the best value in the industry with nearly 4,000 Cruise Consultants in more than 150 franchise locations throughout North America.
In part 2, franchise expert Gary Ochiogrosso discusses the "Three Legged Stool" of franchising on our Great Quotes in Franchising Podcast.
Jer is a highly regarded industry SME in Global Talent Attraction leadership and strategies. You can see some of this in a recent Forbes article that he was written up in: http://www.forbes.com/sites/georgeanders/2013/10/29/barry-diller-tracks-this-metric-your-company-should-too/ In addition, he has had the pleasure of speaking at the Annual SHRM Conference in Atlanta, keynoting the Australasian Talent Conference in Sydney, Australia and emcee'ing the CEO/Founder Panel for SourceCon at Microsoft HQ this past year.
Jer was honored to address his LinkedIn 100 peers (select group of global thought leaders/influencers) at Talent Connect in Vegas, moderating the Employer Brand panel. The strategic topics he's been asked to speak & train on include; Search, Mobile, Social Media, Digital Marketing, Operational Excellence, and Big Data trends for Global Talent Attraction.
Most recently Jer was the Talent Director at WhitePages.com and prior to that led TA and Employer Brand efforts at Expedia and Starbucks.
Guest: Staci Michelle Virga, Celebrity Stylist
Staci Michelle’s portfolio includes styling celebrities Holly Madison and Andre Agassi as well as working on behalf of Rachel Roy, Nicki Minaj and Blake Shelton and campaigns for clients such as Nutrisystem, Coca Cola, Expedia and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. Her work has been seen in publications including Rolling Stone and In Touch as well as on TV such as Good Morning America, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Oprah and Piers Morgan. Additionally, Staci Michelle has styled fashion shows for Macy’s, DVF, Tory Burch, Michael Kors and Catherine Malendrino and contributed fashion advice and tips for articles and feature stories.
As a part of Expedia's Find Your Storybook campaign, we are exploring the theme of Ancestry Travel. We intend to research our ancestors, trace their paths and visit, the places they lived, worked, played and died.
Today's guest is Michelle Ercanbrack, a family historian from Ancestry.com. Michelle comes from a long line of family historians. Her broadcast work has included appearances on Extra!, HLN, major market newscasts and countless radio shows. Michelle was an integral part of several globally-renown genealogical research projects, including Kate Middleton’s connection to Jane Austen and President Obama’s connection to the first documented enslaved African in America. Michelle has also been part of the research for the TV show “Who Do You Think You Are?” Graduating with a degree in Family History and Genealogy from the only such program in the United States, Michelle has been an official Ancestry.com spokesperson since 2010, and in her spare time loves visiting museums and spending time outdoors.