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From the Bookshelves of Forbes India is a weekly podcast for book-lovers and keen (or novice) followers of world business and economy. Hosted by Forbes India's Pooja Sarkar, the series features insightful interviews with authors that take off from hand-picked books that are fascinating and fresh, and hold relevance to current events
 
The fine print of big ideas in music and technology, hosted by Cherie Hu and featuring a curated selection of leaders, innovators, artists and thinkers from across the music business. This is an ad-free audio companion to the eponymous email newsletter.
 
'From the Heart with Floella Benjamin' is a brand new podcast, launching in honour of Windrush Day and to share Baroness Floella Benjamin's incredible stories of resilience and overcoming adversity. The first episode will be dedicated to the first ever Windrush day, and the rest of the mini-series will be exploring topics such as emotional resilience, knowing yourself, and the power of positivity. Baroness Floella Benjamin is an accomplished actress, broadcaster, author and philanthropist. S ...
 
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In this podcast: 1. Torn Down Units, 2. Crystal Kovach, 3. Mercy Machine, 4. William Brooks, 5. LehtMoJoe, 6. doublethink, 7. The Napoleon Blown Aparts, 8. William Brooks, 9. Cancer Killing Gemini, 10. Mike Goudreau Jazz Band, 11. Mountain Sounds, 12. White Rhino, 13. Sun Palace, 14. Idlemine, 15. Daniel Bautista…
 
'What's your story? The Essential Business Storytelling Handbook', is a collection of experiences of three co-authors Adri Buckner, Anjana Menon, Marybeth Sandell who talk about how companies should map their audience and engage with their target audience in a more interactive and relevant way. It is filled with examples of companies and whether th…
 
“What we learn from the music business tells us so much more about who we really are, than other media industries; music is important not only because it was first to suffer and first to recover, but because it was the first to discover who we really are,” says Will Page, formerly the chief economist at audio streaming company Spotify. In his book …
 
Marketing guru Philip Kotler and Christian Sarkar in their new book discuss the seven wicked topics they have identified for brand activism. The book is an insightful read on how brands end up on either side of the regressive or progressive activism debate, with examples like Anita Roddick building the Body Shop. In this conversation, Kotler and Sa…
 
'Pandemonium' by veteran banking editor Tamal Bandyopadhyay narrates untold gripping stories from the Indian banking ecosystem. From the bad loans war room created far from the Mint street in Mumbai, to the arrests made in connection to the disbursal of such loans, he breaks down the nuances of bad loans in India, the key faces, and a collection of…
 
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