Thanksgiving Episode: Football, Turkey, and Trade, Oh My! Listeners Roundtable
Thanksgiving Episode: Simply Trade hosts Andy and Lalo sit down with industry professionals and listeners on Thanksgiving Day to discuss and get feedback on the podcast.
Listener Feedback Roundtable: Simply Trade hosts Andy and Lalo sit down with industry professionals and listeners to get their feedback on the podcast and ideas for future episodes.
Main Discussion - Listeners discuss how Simply Trade provides an authentic perspective on complex trade topics. - Forced labor regulations and certifications like Freedom Seal are highlighted as important topics. - Duty avoidance strategies, export controls, and green trade/sustainability are suggested for deeper dives. - Ideas are shared for using podcast segments to educate others within companies.
Notable Quotes: - "Simply Trade is authentic. It's genuine...You take wildly complex issues and do a series of forced labor commentary from experts." - Eric Hargraves- - "It's something I enjoyed listening to, to and from work used to go into the criminal justice side of podcast or true crime. But then simply trade came around. And there are other ones out there in regards to tree compliance, different areas of supply chain, but this podcast I feel like is a more honest conversation instead of a type of dictated list of what's going on. And it's actually a real conversation, which I really enjoyed because you're getting true and authentic people and that's why I really do enjoy listening to the podcast" - Emily Cori - "For my team, there have been there been some of the podcast early in the series that I've actually forwarded to my team to have them paid and monitored, listen to this one. And let's talk afterwards to kind of debrief a little bit. So it's been it's been very helpful in that respect." - Shane Byington
- "I really enjoy when people come [on the show] with stories. Renee, last week, when she was talking about her past work experiences and Larry Hanson and Adrienne Braumiller when they talk about horror stories. "-Omar Garcia
This roundtable gave valuable ideas for improving Simply Trade's educational impact. Guests emphasized the need for simplified explanations of technical topics. Future episodes on forced labor, export controls and green trade were recommended based on listener interest and industry developments.
Thank you to all our listeners, we hope you enjoy this episode.
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