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Entrepreneurs are driven, focused, and succeed under pressure. We talk with people who do difficult things at the highest level. Through these conversations we see how they power through adversity to build their businesses and their lives.
 
A deep dive into topical Information and Communication Technology (ICT) issues from a Caribbean perspective, through interviews and group discussions with specialists, experts and people trying to make a difference in the tech space. New episodes are released every Wednesday. Show notes are available at ict-pulse.com
 
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Innovation, communication, technology – a few key areas that are super important in today’s world. But no matter how much you talk about them, learn about them, and search about them, it doesn’t seem to be enough. There is always something new to learn and to practice. If you want to know what it takes to be a better innovator, better communicator, and leverage technology to make this world a better place, tune-in now. On this podcast, I bring new perspectives, ideas, tips, and techniques so ...
 
The ICTE Podcast is a quarterly news and talk show about what's new, trending, and worth discussing in the world of teaching English/Language Arts, brought to you by the Executive Board of the Iowa Council of Teachers of English. This show is designed to advance ICTE's mission of facilitating deep connections and professional learning for English/Language Arts teachers of all stages.
 
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The LGBTQ+ community worldwide still experiences considerable discrimination, but is a segment with significant spending power, which frequently, is overlooked. Donnya ‘Zi’ Piggott is the CEO of Pink Coconuts, a new LGBTQ+ travel start-up focused on creating spaces for queer travellers to thrive. In our conversation with Donnya we discuss, among ot…
 
For some people, podcasting has somehow become a fad or a go-to format for content creation. However, there is a lot. Podcasting is one of the fantastic communication mediums and apparently suffers from the same perils as other mediums. The key is to get clear on the purpose and then experiment until you get it right. Why and how to experiment? Wel…
 
Prolific writer, Traditionally Published Sci-Fi Author and a man with a curious nature who studies people and their relationship with this earth and then talks about it-- Andy is one of my favorite conversations. And it reminds of a a passage in a Kerouac novel, "the only people for me are the mad ones, the ones who are mad to live, mad to talk, de…
 
Kilyelyani Kanjo, Digital Financial Services Consultant, and Nandini Harihareswara, Senior Advisor for Inclusive Digital Economies & Women's Economic Empowerment, at United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) on SPRINT4Women, a unique design sprint engaging private sector in human-centred design for financial inclusion of rural women in Zambia…
 
Think it through, analyze, prepare, consider… or just do? Opportunities are great and there is a funny thing about them— if you don’t take them there is a high probability that they won’t come back. Opportunity is in every one’s life every day. Take the ones that you know you should (and perhaps some you shouldn’t). Clumsy or not, here I come. Gonn…
 
Ideally, a unified Caribbean region should be better and stronger than its constituent parts. With regard to telecoms and ICT, we still in the process of establishing a seamless and harmonised regional space. In our recent conversation with Rodney Taylor, the new Secretary General of the Caribbean Telecommunications Union, he shares his thoughts on…
 
Our brain is such a fascinating part of our body that everyone has it, but not everyone uses it effectively. There are so many myths about the brain, and they are wildly used as a part of communication. Which not only spreads misinformation but also challenges our credibility while communicating. To bust some of those myths and understand better co…
 
Bonnie Chiu (Managing Director of The Social Investment Consultancy, Founder of Lensational) on grassroots and entrepreneurial approaches to digital capacity building of marginalized women.โดย Sonja Ruetzel/ Bonnie Chiu
 
2020 was supposed to be an outstanding year for research and data intelligence firm, Bluedot Insights. However, by March 2020, all of the growth and performance projections came crashing down. Company CEO, Larren Peart, gives us: an update on Bluedot Insights since our first conversation in 2018; some of the challenges that were experienced, and th…
 
An outlier is a person or thing differing from all other members of a particular group or set. But the outlier thinking is what makes it more interesting. It can lead the left-field behavior or outlier marketing. And to discuss outlier marketing, I have Pravin Shekar as my guest this week. We talk about: What is outlier marketing? What isn't? How d…
 
In the May 2021 Community Chat, and with members of the Caribbean tech community, Allison James and Andrew Olton, the panel discusses: pivoting to sustainable business models; and IT risk management. Show notes and links to some of the things mentioned during the episode can be found at www.ict-pulse.com/category/podcast/ Do subscribe and leave us …
 
Diversity and Inclusion are not just HR topics anymore. They affect every functional area in the organization. And, when any topic has such a widespread impact, it is imperative to understand it further. Not only to understand but see it from a practical point of view. To discuss this crucial topic this week, our guest is Sarah Tabet. As Sarah puts…
 
Brett Harris instantly grabs your attention. It’s possible that it is that charismatic garrulous voice that lures you in— courtesy of decades dominating FM radio. I think its because he has done so many different things at the highest level and Brett delivers an authentic perspective. His latest and greatest is the CBD business. CBD has valuable pr…
 
Challenge yourself so that the real challenges in life don’t derail your journey. This is truth about people who do difficult things. Author, Jennifer Strong McConachie invites this perspective in her new book Go Far: How Endurance Sports Help you win at Life. Jennifer’s calm confidence is inspiring. Her experiences teach. And it is remarkable how …
 
Council member Jeff Blubaugh and City of Wichita public information officer Megan Lovely discuss the Land Bank that was recently approved by the Wichita city council as well as the PROPEL program.โดย City of Wichita
 
Revi Sterling (Gender and Technology Specialist, DAI Global; Director, USAID WomenConnect Challenge) shares five proven strategies to close the gen­der digital divide and increase women’s economic empowerment.โดย Sonja Ruetzel / Revi Sterling
 
Sylvester Cadette, of the International Telecommunication Union, discusses: the Tampere Convention; why it is important for more Caribbean countries to accede to that Convention; along with the need for Caribbean countries to have more comprehensive emergency telecommunications plans. Show notes and links to some of the things mentioned during the …
 
We all know how IQ plays an important role in professional as well as personal growth. And most of us also accept the importance of EQ, too. While IQ and EQ are complementary to each other, did you know that there is a third Q that is in play now? As our guest for this week, John Spence says, AQ is the need of an hour and is a must in the current e…
 
PICKLEBALL. This is the fastest growing sport in America. You have heard of it and maybe you have even played it. Today you get to listen to Pros who are at the pinnacle of this sport. Matt Wright and Lucy Kovalova are National Champions in mixed doubles 4x over and not showing any signs of stopping. This is a great sport because you can play almos…
 
In our fifth instalment on social enterprises that are leveraging ICT, we speak with the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Akata Farms in Grenada, Bevon Chadel Charles. During the course of the conversation, Bevon discusses: the ways in which Akata Farms it is leveraging technology; how and why Akata farms is a social enterprise; and the chall…
 
What happens when a born introvert stands in front of audiences ranging from 400 to 8,000 people? Conventional wisdom states that he will freeze. Yet that did not happen to Sudhir in the last 10-15 years. It indicated that he had plenty of wonderful mentors who transformed him over the years from a recluse to someone comfortable with medium to larg…
 
On October 2, 1970 the Wichita State Football team boarded 2 planes, the Black & the Gold, to go play Utah State. The Black plane made it, the Gold plane crashed in the Rocky Mountains outside of Denver. It is an American tragedy. Ed Plopa was a Freshman on that team. He was recruited from Pennsylvania to come play for the Shockers. Ed was over-joy…
 
Even more now than when we discussed it in 2019, chatbots are all the rage. Following up from our previous conversation on chatbots, Kern Elliott of iGovTT is back to tell us, among other things: how chatbots are now being used; the biggest mistake or oversight organisations are making with chatbots; and the steps organisations should be considerin…
 
One of the most talked-about topics these days is "The Future of Work." Especially now that work from home or work from anywhere is getting predominant. However, the future of work does not only entail technology and work from home or anywhere. It is more than that. It is how the definition of a career is changing. It is how the way we need to appr…
 
I ask myself regularly, why do I love conversations with interesting people? And it seems like a rhetorical question-- because they are interesting! Interesting people think differently which leads to unique dialogue because largely its novel. But there is more to it; interesting people share their perspective, they do not shy away from displaying …
 
In February 2021, Trinidad and Tobago film and television distributor, FILMCO, announced the launch of a new Caribbean streaming platform, FILMCO2Go, which is streaming Caribbean films and TV shows to the world! We speak with FILMCO2Go Co-Founder, Mariel Brown, about: FILMCO2Go; The Caribbean TV and film industry; and What it is like to run a creat…
 
If you are talking about the future, then you need the language of the future. The language of the future is vision. But no matter what your vision is, it has to be practical. So, what is a vision? If you ask a hundred people, you will get a hundred answers or maybe more. I was surprised when Dr. Oleg Konovalov said that only 0.1% have a vision as …
 
The fight game is tough. Succeeding in the fight game is even tougher. Tyler Stinson believed he could and he did. Putting in the work and grinding out 40 professional fights over a 10 year period— your life evolves. Tyler made his way back to Kansas when fighting was done and now he uses that wisdom to move people to a better life. Whether it is y…
 
“Welcoming all startups to our doors!” She willingly permitted the audience to indulge in all things entrepreneurial. And with that Mary Beth Jarvis got the attention of a community that has been blessed with the culture of entrepreneurs but lacked the cohesive messaging required to deliver, or scale. NXTUS has done it right and they are poised to …
 
In this Community Chat, and with members of the Caribbean tech community, Gerard Best and Amit Uttamchandani, the panel discusses disinformation, misinformation and fake news, including: whether social media or the content delivery platforms are the blame; the importance of scepticism; and why regulation is not enough. Show notes and links to some …
 
There are many ways to categorize or define the type of a business. One of the ways I prefer to do that is by putting them into two categories. The first type is faceless business. It mainly operates on a brand name. The second type of business is with a face. Their brand is a person, owner, or the founder of that business. And you will notice that…
 
Project Management, Information Management Professional, and long-time contributor to ICT Pulse, Liselle Ramcharan-Briscoe, continues the data adventures she started with us in 2018. by sharing with us: what new data adventures she has been experiencing; key software engineering, information management and/or even project management trends that she…
 
When a mountaineer is scaling a mountain, the amount of weight they carry directly impacts how quickly they reach the summit. The same goes for communication. Whether it is cluttered or simplistic will decide its effectiveness. But clutter can come in many shapes or forms. It may be physical, as in having a lot of stuff. Or it may be a shunned conf…
 
It is so much fun talking with entrepreneurs who became entrepreneurs when coding and writing software was in its infancy. Dave Cunningham has a wonderful perspective on technology startup, innovation and entrepreneurship. He has created a software company that procures local talent but also utilizes the opportunity to hire great talent for the rig…
 
In our April instalment of our series exploring technology-based social enterprises, we are highlighting Link Your Purpose, a career development platform and social enterprise, based in Jamaica. In speaking with the CEO of Link Your Purpose, Lanisia Rhoden, we discuss: how Link Your Purpose is leveraging technology; how it balances sustainability v…
 
All the progress and innovation rely on at least some level of appropriation. Because innovation happens when two or more unrelated ideas collide and something new is created. But, innovation demands both the quality as well as quantity of collisions. Quality is driven by knowledge, diversity, intelligence, inclusion, entrepreneurship, type of stim…
 
Claire Sibthorpe (Head of Connected Women, Connected Society and Assistive Tech, GSMA) on delivering digital inclusion and connecting the unconnected. Resources mentioned: https://www.gsma.com/mobilefordevelopment/ The State of Mobile Internet Connectivity Report: https://www.gsma.com/r/somic/โดย Sonja Ruetzel
 
Are you challenged in Business? You better be. And you better respond to the challenge— that is the fun part. Chad Stafford comes on the ictpodcast and talks about meeting the challenge. As a regional real estate developer, they did not let the size and scope of competitors push them away from a huge opportunity. Developers provide some of the best…
 
Although we have all played video games, video games developed by Caribbean developers appear to have little or no visibility. Moreover, there is no video game development industry in region to speak of, and the underpinning ecosystem remains underdeveloped. Jamaican video games developers, Glen Henry and Graham Reid, discuss the current situation,…
 
Some of the most overused terms, and probably misused terms on social media platforms are - personal branding and authenticity. What do these words really mean? How can someone actually show authenticity? Can you really spot inauthentic behavior? Well, these are some real heavy questions, aren't they? To answer some of these questions, this week, w…
 
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