Before The 100th Episode – We Go to Eleven

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Before The 100th Episode, standout moments and guests…

Before the 100th episode, hosts Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez and Marc Raco share numerous clips from memorable guests and momentsBefore The 100th Episode from the most recent episodes of the show, from Uri Minkoff telling of the story behind “Rebecca Minkoff’s “Vincent” and Bowie vs. BØRNS to Mashable’s David Yi taking on Abercrombie and Fitch and ShoptiquesOlga Vidisheva personifying the American Dream being realized. Guest hosts Liz Bacelar, Julia Macalaster and Liza Kindred make appearances.

Plus a big announcement reveals who the huge guest is for the 100th episode, recording at Ben and Jack’s Steakhouse.

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Special Report – FIYB at SHOPTALK – Post-Game Report Day 1

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Podcasting from SHOPTALK in Las Vegas

The Open Source Fashion team, including Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez, Charles Beckwith, Ilan Tito, and MikeFIYB at SHOPTALK 3 O’Day, offer a post-game report on their first two days at the SHOPTALK tech event for nextgen commerce in Las Vegas.

The team talks bonding, the great experience, and the ARIA Hotel and Casino. From opening keynotes, impressive speakers, and breakout panels from people grappling with key decisions to others integrating social content and even what store experience means today. Plus, Lionel Richie.

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099 – David Yi of Mashable – Fashion Is Your Armor

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Fashion and web culture news from Mashable …

David Yi (LinkedIn Profile), the fashion editor for Mashable, joins Pavan Bahl, Rob Sanchez and Marc Raco on at Rise NY for an interview sponsored by Fiverr. For a 20% discount visit fiverr.com/osfashion.

David Yi, New direction, Generation Z, and the digital future

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In Yi’s very first podcast interview ever, he talks about the recent repositioning and new direction of Mashable into media content, entertainment and web culture, the upcoming show with Bravo, what’s trending, and the shifting format and focus. Plus, vertical video and “mashaversaries”. Telling fashion in a digital, social media manner, Snapchat, innovations that excite Yi, and the Met Gala. Why you don’t market to Generation Z and their desire to discover and to be the group tastemakers, consideration of various generations, and seeing where the viewers are. The impact of Mashable’s reach on new technology, staying innovative and current, Facebook Live, the hunger for live video and how necessary it is, and Mashable’s place on Snapchat Discover being a type of daily reality television show, and the digital future. And Grandpa Pavan.

Rob Sanchez, David Yi, Pavan Bahl

Trump swag, fashion waste, bold and brave players, and the Instant Ramen Noodle of Shopping

Yi’s journey from Colorodan “preppy” to fashionable influencer with swagger, from Los Angeles to London, how fashion is intrinsic and your armor, how it can be utilized for good, Yi’s social experiment wearing Trump swag, how vocal people can be about fashion choices, and discovering how free fashion actually is.

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098 – Eric Bandholz of Beardbrand – Show Your Real Face

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Beardbrand men’s grooming and beard care …

Eric Bandholz, Founder of Beardbrand, a men’s grooming company focusing on beard care, joins Pavan Bahl,Beardbrand 5 Rob Sanchez and Marc Raco on the floor of the Innovation Center of the 2016 ECommerce Show USA in Atlanta, GA. This interview is sponsored by AlertTech, a powerful tool for retailers to understand the performance of their retail stores and make better business decisions.

Beardsmen and Shark Tank

Bandholz talks on trying to change the way society views beard care, urban beardsman, whether there a limit to beard knowledge, what led him to beard care and beard competitions, the beardsmen leaders, their successful YouTube channel, developing education and advocating for community, the passion for trying to change way society views beardsmen and not just trying to sell product, enabling men to feel comfortable wearing things the way they want, and Beardbrand’s content publishing strategy and viewpoint, and the Blind Barber. He also shares his experience and insights on the “Shark Tankemotional rollercoaster, how he got on the show, what happened afterwards, and whether the show accurately portrayed his experience.

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