This episode of Globalocal Talks features Martin Schult, working at the Börsenverein des Deutschen Buchhandels since 2004. He is the deputy head of the Berlin office and looks after the Peace Prize of the German Book Trade. In this podcast he talks about who invented the peace prize, what is the significance of this prize and reason for choosing Amartya Sen this year.
This episode of Globalocal Talks features Linda Lee, Principal and CEO of Linda Lee LLC, which helps businesses and individuals manage intellectual rights and grow strategic partnerships. She is an independent consultant with 30 years experience in all aspects of multimedia publishing. Also, the author of Frankfurt Audio White Paper “Audiobooks: Taking the World by Storm". In this podcast she shares about why AudioBooks are so popular and development on audiobooks especially in South Asian region. She also talks about her interest to write the White Paper.
This episode of Globalocal Talks features Anja von Kampen, filmproducer, author and her invention Knietzsche, the youngest philosopher in the world. In this podcast she shares how she managed to build this success and how she is growing it, but also with the character Knietzsche to follow his journey into his thoughts about different topics. It is also fascinating to follow Anja's path and how she got to where she is – she is a self made woman par excellence.
This episode of Globalocal Talks features Gautham Pai, Managing Director, Manipal Technologies Ltd. Gautham shares his journey of the company that started as a small printing press and has now grown into one of the largest end-to-end secure print service provider with offices spread across 4 continents.