15 episodes

Host, Brian Martin, talks with the thinkers, doers, and makers at the leading edge of innovation to explore the future of brands, business, and culture.
Listen to the real-world stories from the people who are creating the next generation of ideas and tools that consumers are already embracing. Topics include issues that are relevant to modern marketers such as data and analytics, new ways of working, and the proliferation of advanced intelligence. Project NEXT features the brands and businesses that are pioneering these changes.
Brian is part of the management team at Project Worldwide (project.com), an independent network of creative agencies that are working with innovative teams to make the things that people will be talking about tomorrow.
For more information on the Project NEXT podcast go to projectnext.today

Project NEXT Brian Martin

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 14 Ratings

Host, Brian Martin, talks with the thinkers, doers, and makers at the leading edge of innovation to explore the future of brands, business, and culture.
Listen to the real-world stories from the people who are creating the next generation of ideas and tools that consumers are already embracing. Topics include issues that are relevant to modern marketers such as data and analytics, new ways of working, and the proliferation of advanced intelligence. Project NEXT features the brands and businesses that are pioneering these changes.
Brian is part of the management team at Project Worldwide (project.com), an independent network of creative agencies that are working with innovative teams to make the things that people will be talking about tomorrow.
For more information on the Project NEXT podcast go to projectnext.today

    #15 The future of work is happening now.

    #15 The future of work is happening now.

    Brian talks with Stephanie Nadi Olson, the founder of We Are Rosie which has grown from a start-up to over 4,000 people in two years. They discuss flexible talent strategy, modern working arrangements, and treating people with dignity.
    Stephanie's background as a daughter of a refugee shaped her vision to bring together an innovative working model, what she calls a "flexible talent strategy", to build a company in service of others. Helping a marginalized group of what she calls "corporate refugees" has made her an award-winning entrepreneur especially in the world of ad agencies.

    "The truth is, if we do our job right, we will leave the advertising industry forever change."

    • 31 min
    #14 Purpose goes next level.

    #14 Purpose goes next level.

    Brian talks purpose & social good in business with Ian Shafer, co-founder & CEO of Kindred. Kindred 2020 is a gathering of consumers, employees and business leaders focused on extending their motivations beyond the bottom line. It will debut at the San Diego Convention Center May 11th-14th, 2020.

    • 22 min
    #13 Food culture goes beyond food.

    #13 Food culture goes beyond food.

    Brian talks with Flynn McGarry, a young chef who is known for creating unique experiences. They discuss the evolving world of chefs, restaurants, and food culture.

    Flynn's creativity is fueled by his passion for food and the food scene since the age of 12. This propelled him to become a celebrity chef and one of the most famous restaurateurs in New York at the age of 19. He considers today's chefs' role to be more akin to that of a creative director and describes the intricacies of successfully translating the brand through its various manifestations and components throughout his various ventures - be it a restaurant, an event, a book or a bakery.

    "5% of what we actually do at the restaurant is a normal thing to do at a restaurant."

    • 28 min
    #12 Shop the gender neutral collection.

    #12 Shop the gender neutral collection.

    Brian talks with Rob Smith, founder of The Phluid Project, a retail concept providing gender neutral clothing and accessories. They discuss gender fluidity, the challenges of retail, and the changes that are being driven by younger generations.

    • 28 min
    #11 Data for good.

    #11 Data for good.

    Brian talks with Chris Paquette, CEO of DeepIntent, a healthcare advertising company. They discuss how data is helping to shape the future of healthcare.

    • 25 min
    #10 Cultural disruption.

    #10 Cultural disruption.

    Brian talks with Matt Statman, CEO of Motive Made Studios, a "creative collective" of an agency that disrupts culture through marketing on numerous levels.

    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
14 Ratings

14 Ratings

geekbychoice ,

Super well done

This series addresses current major trends in the marketing space. Its really well produced. Brian is earnestly curious and incredibly knowledgeable and so drives great dialog with the guests. Looking forward to future episodes.

ScottLahde ,

Fresh perspective on the newest parts of marketing

Great job Brian. Keep the smart content coming!

Lexaroni23897 ,

Thought-provoking

Loved the interview with Ben Casey on VR, really makes you think that if this technology can truly change our reality and make us forget our surroundings, what are the other applications of this tech outside entertainment and marketing? Could it help people experiencing chronic pain or motor limitations, even people who don’t have the status to travel outside the US yet to be able to see foreign cities? The possibilities seem endless.

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