In this episode, Kerry meets Dr Marieke Navin, Head of Programming at the acclaimed Cheltenham Science Festival. Marieke and her team are currently make final preparations to launch the 2019 festival. The auspices are strong!
For more details about the festival head to: https://www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/science
In this episode of Tiny Giant Jams, Kerry and Norts meet up with Sam Applebee, founder of Super Global. We talk about his inspiring work to use tech to make the world a better place.
Make no mistake, we loved our Sam time! He got us thinking rather profoundly about a myriad of social issues and the way he approaches them.
By the way, don't forget the Tiny Giant Takeouts at the end!
A huge thanks to Tazz Gault and team at State Zero for helping make this podcast happen. You're all really super!
In this episode, Kerry and Norts of Tiny Giant discuss augmented creativity - bringing machines and humans together to create new and better things. It definitely has a role to play in marketing 2019.
You'll hear talk of football coaching, cupcakes, cocktails, neural networks and a whole lot more. Creativity in collaboration. So maybe A.I won't steal all the jobs. In fact, it might be about to make yours even better.
Don't forget to check out the Tiny Giant Takeouts at the end. Enjoy!
In this episode, Tiny Giant co-founder Kerry meets Robert Van Den Bergh, MD of Scribeless, a stellar-cool Bristol business using A.I and robotics to create handwritten communications at scale.
At the end of this episode, listen out for a nifty new feature whenever we have a guest onboard: Tiny Giant Takeouts. It's where we speedily run through all the ideas and insight covered within the conversation with our respective guests.
Hopefully it will get you scribbling down your own thoughts and inspiration. (Though not perhaps with a robot arm.) Either way, fill your listening boots.
Kerry and Norts of Tiny Giant cast their eye over all the shiny new things paraded at CES 2019 in Las Vegas.
From Alexa embedded in pretty much everything to hamster wheels for cats - how weird is that? - join us in a frolicsome romp through a cavalcade of the extraordinary.
Norts of Tiny Giant meets Helen Powell, founder of Mode Beds.
What makes a Mode Bed special? It's a smart bed, a hybrid of technology and comfort that you can control with your phone.
They talk of sleep issues, entrepreneurialism, slumber tech, advertising
and memory foam. It's a heady mix.
Want to check out all the nifty super-cool features and benefits of Mode Beds? Here you go! https://modebeds.co.uk
Your hosts, Kerry Harrison and Richard Norton of Tiny Giant, provide a pithy podcast pointer or three to their regular monthly meet-up in Bristol: I'll Be Back South West.
This free event explores the intersection between creativity, AI and advertising. Expect ideas, innovation and inspiration.
If you've seen it publicised on the wires, but wanted to know more about it before you commit, this is the podcast for you.
Kerry and Norts are joined on this episode by IBBSW regular, Melissa Sharpe, who was in no way paid to say nice things.
If you're suitably inspired, grab yourself a ticket for I'll Be Back South West Go 5 that's happening on 13 Feb at the Square Club in Bristol. You won't regret it!
Kerry Harrison and Richard Norton of Tiny Giant fling themselves bodily into the podcast universe.
It's time for banter and bonhomie as they bravely slash their way through the endless jungle of new and shiny marketing technology.
Things will never be the same again. Again.
This opening episode serves an intro as to what might happen on Tiny Giant Jams (in an audio sense) in the coming weeks and months.
Please note: no ribbon was harmed in the launching of this podcast.