The Findings Report is a podcast about human behavior. Each episode offers insights on the intersection of consumer trends, popular culture and psychology. Hosted by Larry Vincent and Molly Schreiber, the show features interviews with leading researchers, tastemakers and business leaders.
Introducing The Customer Class
The Findings Report has been on hiatus, but in our downtime produce Larry Vincent developed a limited series called The Customer Class. The show focuses on how senior business leaders find and keep the people businesses can't live without: customers. The first episode features an interview with SoulCycle co-founder Julie Rice.
Do introverts have an advantage or a disadvantage in the workplace? How should we design the personality of our future AI colleagues? Bestselling author Matthew Pollard and Justine Cassell provide insight.
#17 Men 2.0
Many experts believe that we must change our attitudes about masculinity in order to affect changes in gender norms and equality. Guests Michael Ian Black, Gary Barker, and Linda Tuncay Zayer join us for a discussion about redefining manhood.
Trust is viewed as an essential business success metric. But numerous studies suggest that our trust in governments, organizations and businesses has been declining. Guests Ben Boyd and Kent Grayson tackle the core issues.
Nostalgia is a powerful emotion and a frequent go-to for marketers. Nowhere is nostalgia more prevalent than in music. In this episode, we discuss the ins and outs of music-based nostalgia with guest Jesse K, Petr Janata and Rob Kozinets.
US consumers spend over $70 billion a year on care for the pets, a massive increase over the years. Guests Dan Miller, Loni Edwards and Renée Felice Smith unpack the behavior driving the trend.
New Favorite w.Solid insights!
Enjoying the different perspectives on how marketers affect how we view the World. Entertaining and witty banter between hosts and relevant experts. Keep up the good work!
Incredibly insightful. I'm not a fan of horror movies, but the podcast gave me a perspective that I never had before on the genre. And its relationship on branding is extremely nuanced and unique...awesome listen.
Dir. of Special Ed.
Fyre Festival piece was great. I knew about it, but didn't get its relevance until now.