29 episodes

UPS’s Longitudes Radio takes you on the path to the future with industry leaders and influencers, authors and startup innovators chiseling away at the next big idea. Conversations dig into trending topics, emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and blockchain, as well as game-changing developments in e-commerce, sustainability, trade and logistics that are reshaping the global economy and the way we'll live in the world of tomorrow.

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    • 4.6, 24 Ratings

UPS’s Longitudes Radio takes you on the path to the future with industry leaders and influencers, authors and startup innovators chiseling away at the next big idea. Conversations dig into trending topics, emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and blockchain, as well as game-changing developments in e-commerce, sustainability, trade and logistics that are reshaping the global economy and the way we'll live in the world of tomorrow.

    Adaptive Tenacity and Small Business Resiliency amid Coronavirus

    Adaptive Tenacity and Small Business Resiliency amid Coronavirus

    Connie Matisse had all kinds of plans for her business. Then coronavirus hit.Like many entrepreneurs grappling with how to move forward during a global pandemic, the co-founder and chief marketing officer of East Fork faced a simple yet scary question:...

    • 34 min
    Healthcare logistics in the age of coronavirus

    Healthcare logistics in the age of coronavirus

    The coronavirus pandemic is changing daily life as we know it. Society at large is grappling with how we live and work during a time when the only certainty is more uncertainty. Behind the scenes, however, transportation and logistics workers move the...

    • 23 min
    The Reality of Duality

    The Reality of Duality

    Most of us don’t have just a single face. We have many different faces for different people and different environments. But when we talk about diversity and inclusion in the corporate space, a common sentiment goes something like this: Bring your...

    • 29 min
    Back to the Moon — and then to Mars?

    Back to the Moon — and then to Mars?

    UPS knows a thing or two about logistics. We fuel the movement of goods between every corner of the world, as our Smart Logistics Network helps us reimagine the role of the delivery provider in more than 220 countries and territories around the globe every day. But what if you had to send goods — and people — to the Moon? Or even Mars? Our guest on Longitudes Radio today has the answers to those questions, which are moving from the world of science fiction to the real world.

    • 27 min
    Quality, style and respect for all women

    Quality, style and respect for all women

    This small business owner is shattering outdated perceptions of “beauty.” She’s also showcasing the business value of “revolutionary inclusivity.”

    • 27 min
    Curiously Awesome

    Curiously Awesome

    Two-foot-long gummy worms, the world’s spiciest lollipop and the largest stress ball you’ll ever see.

    • 27 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

newbie100876 ,

Really enjoyed listening

Thoughtful ideas and good conversation, looking forward to future episodes!

Update: I have been listening for 2 years now and I love the broad range of topics they discuss, I continue to learn new things. Keep up the good work!

KylesRodriguez ,

Good conversation, thought provoking topics

Great stuff about the present and future of not only UPS, but the digital age and how it’s shaping supply chain and logistics for the future.

sleepy1013! ,

Unproductive rant

There is nothing wrong with diversity. It appears that the focus was on your ladies personal feelings. I have an Asian family and I don’t hear them complaining. Why doesn’t UPS focus and let us know about the new processes and less talk about the Blacks and Latinos being left out, anyone who works at UPS regardless of color truly works hard. Telling everyone your doing well with the 4 out of 11 - the emphasis should have been “we have a great UPS team of 11”. This was bathroom talk that should have happened at the local bar, not UPS podcast.

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