Podcast

Martine Jarlgaard and Rachel Arthur

Martine Jarlgaard on how blockchain can redefine fashion

“We are such a closed, centralized system. Being open and transparent is the only way forward,” says designer Martine Jarlgaard with regards to applying blockchain to the fashion industry, on the latest episode of TheCurrent Innovators podcast....
Jen Rubio and Liz Bacelar

Away luggage on going beyond the VC hype

Direct-to-consumer brands don’t often live up to the hype placed on them by endless amounts of VC funding and Silicon Valley fandom, says Jen Rubio, co-founder of travel brand Away, on the latest episode of TheCurrent Innovators podcast....

How Equinox services the luxury wellness consumer

The mass appeal of ‘wellness as a lifestyle’ may be something trending with consumers today, but it’s a mindset that’s been central to Equinox since its inception in 1991, says Vimla Gupta, CMO of the premium fitness brand, on the latest episode of TheCurrent Innovators podcast....
Rosanna Falconer and Sandrine Deveaux

Farfetch on the store of the future

The store of the future is about solving the problems of today in an innovative and meaningful way for the customer, says Sandrine Deveaux of Farfetch, on the latest episode of TheCurrent Innovators podcast....

How Ikea is boosting sustainable and healthy living

"We’ve been set up as a business to understand how people live and to provide solutions that help them live better,” says Joanna Yarrow, head of sustainability and healthy living at Ikea, on the latest episode of TheCurrent Innovators podcast....
Liz Bacelar and HBO's Steve Cardwell

HBO on how Westworld engages with superfans

At the core of the success of Westworld - HBO’s hit show that has had the most successful series debut in its history - is its engagement with fans, says Steve Cardwell, director of program marketing at the network....