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Every week Yaron Brook reviews significant headlines that impact freedom in various forms. Commenting from a philosophical view that man's greatest value is self, he brings unique perspective to the conversation, always ending the show with a positive sense of life.
In this episode, Yaron discusses the Volkswagen controversy, regulations in the automobile industry, the sacrifice called for by the environmentalist movement, and more.
Automotive journalist ALAN GELL was part of a group of media press invited by Volkswagen to Northern California recently. The journalists had the opportunity to look-over all the new 2014 model vehicles in the VW line-up of cars.
DOUG SKORUPSKI is the Technical Strategy Manager for VW in the US and was present to give a presentation and answer questions. Following his presentation, ALAN GELL sat down with DOUG to discuss the changes and models for Volkswagen. In particular, they discussed the new 1.8 liter engine.
On this program: President Obama makes historic trip to Cuba, New home sales rise on strong gains in the West, Illegal drugs should be decriminalized, say health experts - as they admit the war on drugs has FAILED, Volkswagen and Porsche recall 800,000 SUVs worldwide over foot pedal problem, Shift to plant-based fish feed could hurt health, This week in court and much more.
Noted journalist ALAN GELL recently was invited by Volkswagen to attend a special Ride-and-Drive event in the San Francisco area for their 'new' 7th generation GOLF. The Golf is becoming a family of vehicles to include a TSI, TDI, electric, Sport, and more.
During a lunch break at the event, Alan held this radio interview with KEVIN JOOSTEMA. Kevin is the General Manager for VW's Product Marketing. He and Alan discuss the Golf, the changes being made, and the future of the Golf family of vehicles.
VW's new tag line for the GOLF car is "Ready - Set - Golf"
BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO is honored to welcome Mr. Lanny Wingrove, PMP, RMP and President, Project Management Institute Chattanooga, TN. Lanny currently holds a Project Management Institute “Project and Risk Management Professional” certification. Lanny recently spoke at the at the Delaware Museum of Art to Nuclear Electric Insurance Limited on “Risk Management”. Companies involved with Lanny’s training: Volkswagen, TVA, Shaw Industries, Mohawk Carpets, Electric Power Board, U.S. EXPRES, and Blue Cross. He has written certification, and development programs for various organizations. His 30 years of experience has demonstrated his leadership and mentoring abilities and he has led many multiple projects. Lanny’s approach to an award winning team is to established and maintained stakeholders’ relationships.
Lanny will discuss;
What do you feel are some of the most pressing issues facing global business finance professionals today
What topics will you delve into at the conference?
As the global economy continues to shift and transform, what advice do you have for some of our newer colleagues to the profession?
Do you have any predictions for how the roles of credit and finance management professionals will evolve over the next 5 to 10 years?
BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO and the GFC2016 CONFERENCE & EXPO are wholly ownes subsidiaries of GLOBAL NEW BEGINNINGS INC.
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She complied. She had to.
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Today on Unspoken Words Robert Dunn chats with Loren Rochelle co-founder & CEO of NOM! Loren brings extensive experience in the video distribution industry to NOM, and is a leader in the space.
Before bringing NOM to life, Loren served as the Vice President Accounts at video marketing company, Channel Factory, working directly with clients to build multi-million dollar relationships while ensuring client goals were met. Prior to Channel Factory Loren helped build distribution companies from the ground up such as Giant Media (acquired by AdKnowledge) and Feed Company.
In Loren’s early Marketing days she worked with RedBlack, a startup specializing in custom E-commerce stores for successful content sites. She lead the marketing team to develop strategies across multiple properties, determining necessary tactics to deliver positive ROI and increase site traffic for retailers.
Story-telling. Listening. Building partnerships. Navigating difficult situations. Keeping calm during crisis. Disruptive thinking. Team building, Offering restaurant suggestions. Scrabble. Being the glue.
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The Volkswagen Passat is not a new vehicle being introduced to a waiting group of consumers. It is a proven, dependable automobile that has been completely redesigned this year for the North American market. The qualities and looks in the previous versions were more European and these have been softened considerably.
The ‘new’ Passat is not leaner and cleaner, but a very spacious vehicle, less expensive, and with more conservative styling. For the mid-size sedan segment, this is one terrific vehicle.
Volkswagen unveiled and launched their "new" 2013 VW Beetle-Bug convertible prior to the Los Angeles Auto Show. A media-press event was held prior to journalists taking the vehicles out for a day's test driving.
ALAN GELL, automotive journalist, was in attendance on the first "wave" of the media and recorded this special presentation on Volkswagen marketing by Jonathon Browning. Browning is the President of the US Marketing Division for Volkswagen.