Hello, 2Babe Listeners!
It's that time of the year where we reflect on the amounts of paperwork we have already done and look towards capping off the year full steam ahead.
Do you think you have it in you?
This week we got the opportunity to talk to a successful Canadian business owner in Dr. Callum Cowan M.D., owner at PHENOM HPM in Burlington Ontario. A high-performance medicine clinic which focuses' on research-backed solutions to improve individuals health and have them working a full strength all the time for their careers.
Throughout this podcast Dr. Cowan explains the need for working professionals to keep track of their health, and what areas people with high stress should look into to reduce burnouts. Through the use of a phenom-styled method (also can be called the Phenom Method) Dr. Cowan's goal is to have his clients optimizing all that their body can do, in a fun and healthy way. - All backed by medical results unique to the individual.
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Fell free to check out his website here: http://www.phenomhpm.com/
"Dr. Cowan and his team service individuals and corporations which include NHL Players, MMA Fighters, Boxers, Business Executives, World Champions, and anyone in need to improve production level."
Hello, 2Babe's Talk Supply Chain Listeners!
This week we had the chance to look at supply chain on the packaging solutions side. How finding the right packaging has impacted businesses and their future supply chain decisions.
Our guest this week is Matt White, International Account Executive from Managed Packaging, a division of BillerudKorsnäs, a global paper manufacturer headquartered in Sweden. A company with the focus on offering sustainable materials and new solutions that increase profitability while at the same time reducing their overall environmental impact.
Matt takes us through the topics on how choosing the right packaging can save a business millions. How can strategic packaging reduce carbon footprint? As well as, how decision makers in the supply chain industry should view the importance of packaging to their end-to-end goals.
For all the fanatics out there, we will also touch upon AI (artificial intelligence) and DRONES!
Guest Website: http://www.managedpackaging.org/
This week our 2Babes had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Karl B. Manrodt from Georgia College on the recent trends and issues related to both the logistics and transportation industry.
Dr. Manrodt takes us through the past and recent strategies he has seen over the years and how companies and organizations have been trying to create savings in the transportation industry. Attempts he has witnessed, to create savings in an industry that has constantly changed with the use of technology and other innovations. In addition, a focus on companies with an interest centered around answering creative customer demands.
Make sure to download our latest episode to learn why transportation has hit another crossroad? Why we need to react to the reduction of transportation firm life cycles, and lastly, have transportation become more of a commodity to business owners instead of a strategic partnership?
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Guest Website: http://coba.georgiasouthern.edu/lscm/
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Just another sunny day here in Toronto, Canada at the studio where our two babes get to talk to top industry leaders focusing on all things supply chain management.
This week, Guy Courtin, Vice President Industry & Solution Strategy, Retail, and Fashion at GT NEXUS, an affiliate of Infor Retail took our 2 Babes through the in's and out's of end-to-end visibility, thought leadership, the digital disruption for retail supply chain management, and how customers choose & think.
Download Episode 41 to learn more about why winning in retail has become so difficult, and how technology within supply chain has "actually" allowed companies to compete with each other more.
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