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TWiLBM #192: Jesus Jones had it right

Welcome to episode #192. On the show: Factual's Trusted Data Contributor program; Target gets in the image recognition game; Applebee's hands over the keys to their Instagram account; Hillshire Brands bumps sausage revenue by 20% with beacons; Vibes gets personal with messaging; Marketron brings location-based services to broadcasters; DELI Amsterdam offers personality-based travel recommendations; First Data's new Perka loyalty program; PopJam's Instagram for kids; Guardians of the Galaxy VR premier. Our guest is Eli Portnoy of Thinknear talking about their new Location Score Tags.
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EP #523: How an open mind and a chance encounter changed this business forever with Mahana co-founders Bryan Menell and Richard Bagdonas

This is the episode for startups who are in flux or aren't gaining the traction that is necessary to make an impact in their industry. This is for the hotel and casino industry to cast an amazing light on how technology - in particularly beacons - can help deepen customer relationships and thus loyalty. This is for the leader that is facing down the impossible task of change in an industry where change is the constant. This is for everyone who thinks you can't amend your thinking or change your focus because of where you started.
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TWiLBM #191: The in-experience store episode

Welcome to episode #191. On the show: Bonnaroo's beacon results; Heineken's @wherenext twitter service; Clear Channel launches their "Connect" platform; Petpace tracks the health of your pet; AdNear teams up with Mindshare for location targeting in Asia; Samsung launches "CentreStage" in BestBuy; Marriott launches LocalPerks; Birchbox opens up a real-life store in SoHo; Hermes' Fox Den window display; The Sensing Umbrella. Special guest is Henry Lawson of Autograph (the company that installed beacons in every store on Regent St)
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Ask a VC – with Foundation Capital partner Anamitra Banerji

This episode (and more to come) is about the venture industry - more specifically on what it takes to get the attention of top VCs with your business. Our guest is Anamitra Banerji of Foundation Capital and the goal is to understand what he invests in and why. Anamitra has been on both sides of the fence. He is a founder and has worked for household name companies like Yahoo! and Twitter - putting product out the door that reach hundreds of millions of people.
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TWiLBM #190: Free our reservations!

Welcome to episode #190. On the show: Google's Chromecast gets Ultrasonic; Chicago's Array of Things makes the city smarter and creepier; Telefonica deploys Brainstorm's platform to all markets; ReservationHop takes reservations hostages; Amscreen and Garmin partner at the Tour de France; Muuzii taps SMS for real-time translations; Nescafe's PopUp Cafe puts real coffee in the newspaper - including the cup; RetailNext and iZettle close financing rounds; Ubisoft shows us the map of the future; TAB unveils spot ratings for billboards thanks to Inrix. Our special guest is Gilad Amitai of Ubimo from Israel.
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TWiLBM #189: Colgate kicks cavities in Myanmar

Welcome to episode #188. On the show: Top news stories including Lego's Fusion, Chaotic Moon's intern tracking software, Ubisense's new MyWorld Platform, ShopperTrak lands Journeys for location analytics, Lucchese taps Experticity for employee training, JCDecaux augments cell signals at bus stops in Amsterdam, Audi lights up the World Cup, Garrett Camp hires well to build Reserve.com, HouseTab tries social and payments together and Slight is launched. Our special guest is Patrick Leddy of Pulsate.
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TWiLBM #188: We don’t use steroids but we do bite

Welcome to episode #188. On the show: Top news stories including Lego's Fusion, Chaotic Moon's intern tracking software, Ubisense's new MyWorld Platform, ShopperTrak lands Journeys for location analytics, Lucchese taps Experticity for employee training, JCDecaux augments cell signals at bus stops in Amsterdam, Audi lights up the World Cup, Garrett Camp hires well to build Reserve.com, HouseTab tries social and payments together and Slight is launched. Our special guest is Patrick Leddy of Pulsate.
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EP #519: What happens when you can talk back to the radio – with XAPPmedia founder Pat Higbie

Pat Higbie is the founder and CEO of the company and joins us to talk about the state of radio and Internet radio today, where the revenue does and will come from going forward, how long the idea of paying for radio will be sustainable and some key things that are needed in order to make this industry thrive. We also discuss the impact of Internet radio and mobile on the way advertising is done and paid for as well as a glimpse into the short future to see what is in store for this industry.