Jeff Dewing, Cloudfm’s CEO, has launched a podcast series to inspire people across the industry in their work and personal life.
The new podcast, dubbed ‘Doing the Opposite: business disruptors’, features a wide range of guests from business, sport and the arts.The podcast shares unconventional business conversations with people who have faced major challenges in their lives and found success by doing the unexpected. Commenting on the podcast, Dewing said: “We set out to do things differently at Cloudfm and shake up the industry. We’ve learnt a lot along the way, and I realised that many other business people had experienced the same life-changing events, and I wanted to share this knowledge. I hope my new podcast series will inspire listeners to look at things differently in their own lives. “The industry faces some huge challenges in embracing new technology and tackling climate change, and we can only make big changes by changing how we think about problems.”
Guests on the podcast include England cricketer Graham Gooch and Sir Clive Woodward, Rugby World Cup-winning coach, along with punk legend David Philp, lead singer punk band The Automatics and Mandy Hickson, one of the UK’s first female fast jet pilots and motivational speaker, along with businesswoman Linda Green.
To find out more about the podcast click here.
FMJ & Advetec are on a mission to help FMs accelerate their NetZero plans – but it’s a process that must first start with lifting the blindfold, challenging the waste supply chain, being accountable and making great user of technology.
On the 26th January at 11am FMJ & Advetec are holding a webinar on how biotechnology can help FMs achieve their sustainability goals and reduce food waste.
FMJ Editor, Sara Bean, will be joined by:
- Dr Stephen Wise, Chief Strategic Development Officer, Advetec
- Rochelle Gee, Head of Property Services, Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust
- Ray Parmenter, CChem MRSC, MCIWM, CIWM: Head of Policy and Technical
- Chris Havers, Programme Director Acclaro Advisory & SFMI
Together they will discuss:
- The role of the circular economy in helping cut carbon emissions.
- Challenges and opportunities for FMs in managing waste to meet environment, social and governance (ESG).
- How the latest technology is available to help.
Click here to register.