Episode 34: Ewan Henderson – Ride on the Shoulders of Giants

In this episode #33, we speak with Philip Ruskin. Philip has worn many hats in his 30-year career in communications, namely as a syndicated television producer, entertainment marketing executive, event producer, and since 2002, as the owner of Ruskin International, a New York - based communications marketing firm specializing in food, hospitality and travel clients. Philip…

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Episode 33: Philip Ruskin – It’s My Pleasure

In this episode #33, we speak with Philip Ruskin. Philip has worn many hats in his 30-year career in communications, namely as a syndicated television producer, entertainment marketing executive, event producer, and since 2002, as the owner of Ruskin International, a New York - based communications marketing firm specializing in food, hospitality and travel clients. Philip…

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News | Time to Make Lemonade

TIME TO MAKE LEMONADE 10 Ways to Cope with the Coronavirus Outbreak At London Heathrow today, entire corridors of the airport were entirely void of people - on what would otherwise be a frenetic Saturday morning. I estimate there were about 113 people on my flight to San Francisco, well less than half of the normal 266 passenger capacity…

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Episode 30: Richard Bagnold – Don’t Be a Keyboard Warrior

In this episode #30, we speak with Richard Bagnold. A Londoner by birth, food has been an integral part of Richard's life since his early days, positively influenced by the Scandinavian dishes prepared by his Norwegian mother. Throughout his life, he has worked in various capacities in foodservice including as kitchen porter, commis chef, waiter and…

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Episode 29: Devin O’Sullivan – The Story Matters Most

In this episode #28, we speak with Zina Sorensen & Vasil Zlatev. The couple met in 2012 during their Master’s programme in Environmental Policy and Management at The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics in Lund, Sweden. Vasil’s background is in environmental economy and policy, while Zina’s background is in hospitality and tourism. Both fell in…

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Episode 28: Zina Sorensen & Vasil Zlatev – The Poison is in the Dose

In this episode #28, we speak with Zina Sorensen & Vasil Zlatev. The couple met in 2012 during their Master’s programme in Environmental Policy and Management at The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics in Lund, Sweden. Vasil’s background is in environmental economy and policy, while Zina’s background is in hospitality and tourism. Both fell in…

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Episode 27: Lauren Aloise – We’re the Sum of Our Parts

In this episode #27, we speak with Lauren Aloise, co-founder of Devour Tours, an award-winning food tour company that began in Spain. With a background in hospitality and tourism management, a passion for food and culture, and a strong belief that tourism can be sustainable, Lauren started leading tours herself in Madrid in 2012. As the…

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Episode 9: Jon Simon – The Lost Art of the Phone Call

Amanda Niode is an internationally renowned environmental and climate change educator and communicator. Her work background is varied, handling environmental specialties and climate change for Indonesian government agencies, multinational corporations, consulting companies, academic institutions, civil societies and international organizations. Amanda was appointed as a visiting scholar at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, outside…

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