Advent Calendar Day 9: Bang & Olufsen B&O Play Speaker
Competitions — 7 days
Competitions — 7 days
Competitions — 5 days
Competitions — 2 days
Competitions — 6 days
Competitions — 3 days
Competitions — 23 hours
Competitions — 4 days
Gear — 5 days
How to — 4 days
Travel — 5 days
Gear — 4 days
Style — 3 days
Half an hour with some of the most successful and prominent men in the business world is an opportunity few would refuse. And, as today marks the release of our latest podcast – for our VIP members at least – such an occasion is just around the corner.
Our recently-launched interview series provides advice, anecdotes and inspiration from the upper tiers of the business world, featuring in-depth discussions with the highest calibre guests that modern enterprise has to offer.
In our most recent episode, CEO of prestigious watch brand A. Lange & Söhne, Wilhem Schmid, explains why a gentleman’s fascination with time is something that has no deadline. In the weeks past, we have absorbed the extensive fashion and business expertise of sartorial icons from David Gandy to Terry Betts, who discussed the explosion of the menswear business, online styling, and why clothes delivery could soon be taken to new heights.
Before that, we were fortunate to have half an hour with travel tycoon Geoffrey Kent (founder, chairman and CEO of Abercrombie and Kent), who gave us insight how he concluded that to ‘shoot with a camera, not a gun’ was the key to the safari success, and the lengths he went to convince David Rockefeller to become one of his first ever customers.
The list goes on, gentlemen. All such wisdom – and more – is available here for you to take your pick, or by searching “Gentleman’s Journal” in the podcast app.
Today (25th October), you will have the privilege of an insight into the thoughts of a gentleman almost synonymous with the world of publishing itself, as chairman of Condé Nast Britain, Nicholas Coleridge shares some words of wisdom.
This November brings interviews with 21-year old entrepreneur Ross Bailey, who is already changing the word’s approach to renting retail space, with the online marketplace, Appear Here. And, later next month, we will hear the opinions of formidable businessman and iconic fashion designer Paul Smith. His focus on impeccable tailoring and ‘classics with a twist’ has been transforming the world of fashion since he opened his first shop in Nottingham in 1970; if there’s anything he doesn’t know about fashion, then we don’t need to know it either.
We’re certainly looking forward to tuning in. Here you can find the Gentleman’s Journal Podcast, or by searching “Gentleman’s Journal” in the podcast app. New episodes every fortnight.
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