Being a Pinch-Hit CMO

On Episode 14, we talk with Julie Zadow about the unique interim CMO role.

Lessons from Radio

On Episode 13, we’re talking with Anthony Rudel about lessons from radio.

Inside an Upstart Food Business

On Episode 12, we’re talking with Vanessa White, who founded Jaju Pierogi with her sister not long ago.

Top 5 B2B Marketing Fails

On Episode 11, we have Tony Temple back to go through his list of the Top 5 B2B Marketing Fails.


In episode eight, we’re back with Duncan Chapple again and a short part two on slide shows and analyst relations–or death-by-PowerPoint.

Analyst Relations

In episode seven, we’re talking analysts relations with Duncan Chapple, Managing Partner at Kea Company, a global advisory firm that delivers influencer relations and strategic guidance for vendors of high tech products and services.

Cause Marketing

In episode six, we’re talking with Sheryl Victor Levy, VP of Marketing and Communications at the Museum of the City of New York, about cause marketing and corporate social responsibility. How does it work? What are the ins and outs?

All Things CMO

We’re talking all things CMO with David Cooperstein, an independent marketing and strategy leader whose past clients include PebblePost, Adobe and Ascendant Network. David works with start up companies, including TVision Insights, SummitSync and Cuebiq, on marketing, positioning and strategic advice.

Demystifying Tone of Voice

In episode three, we’re talking with Ben Afia – a real guru when it comes to tone of voice. You’ve probably heard that term bandied about.

You and Me, Not B2B

Our first episode is here! I talk with brand guru and truth-teller Tony Temple. Tony coined a phrase: “You and me, not B2B.” I could talk with Tony about pretty much anything, but I couldn’t think of a better way to start off this podcast than talking B2B with this man.