Liverpool Entrepreneurial Interview with His & Hers Magazine Publisher, Emma Hill. Fashion magazine for women and men. As a part of a side project connected to the Global Entrepreneurship Congress hosted in Liverpool in 2012.
Entrepreneurial Diversity Evangelist/Researcher, Lori Webb, interviews employee Katja Puk at Award Winning Liverpool Restaurant, The Hub Restaurant. The interview took place in 2012 as a part of a side project to the Global Entrepreneurship Congress.
Entrepreneurial Diversity Evangelist, Lori Webb, interviews local entrepreneurs as a side project to the Global Entrepreneurial Congress 2012 in Liverpool.
In this video Lori speaks to Peter Kinsella of the award winning, Catalan Restaurant and Deli, Lunya.
They speak about Peter’s short and successful switch from Management Consultant to Award Winning Restauranteaur. They about taking changes. good branding, food integrity and leveraging twitter for great customer engagement and sales.
In connection with the #Global Brainstorm and Global Entrepreneurship Congress (GEC) in 2012, I interviewed several local Liverpool based entrepreneurs. One of these, was Peter Kinsella, owner Lunya, a Catalantic Restaurant/Bakery. In part II of this interview here how Peter leverages #Twitter to regularly sell out Lunya’s Deli goods, communicate and delight customers. http://bit.ly/1chFykx
With a few minutes to spare between Keynotes, Rebuild21 host, Lori Webb, takes a few seconds to engage the “very cool” Rebuilders in an impromptu “DanceWalk”…. only using the music from within. Well done!
Inspired by NBC’s Ben Aaron’s clip on the Nameless Dance Walk Guru Master, Joe and the Dance Walk phenomenon sweeping the world.
Inspired by Ben Aaron and Dance Walk Guru Master, Joe. A small group of us decided to launch the 1st Copenhagen Dance Walking Session on May 25th.
Music Video created by Lori Webb using the classic Bee Gees number, “You Should Be Dancing”.
The use of the song is an homage to the recently passed Robin Gibb and to also communicate the sentiment around the world ….that we really should be dancing.
The music in the video remains the sole copyright to WMG/Bee Gees and I recommend that if this song stimulates your happy memory center, too, then you do as I did and purchase an original copy of the song via itunes.