This week Laurenn Cutshaw catches up with Ed Buckley, CEO and Founder Peerfit and we also learn about the new AI-focused partnership between the Premier Lacrosse League and PhotoShelter
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REAR VIEW MIRROR (RECENT EPISODES)

Peerfit CEO and Founder Ed Buckley

A team-based approach
to corporate wellness

“Let’s talk about activity and strain. Let’s talk about that. Let’s talk about your variable heart rate. Those are things that, my guess, 2 to 3 years from now, everyone’s going to be talking about.”

Laurenn Cutshaw catches up with Ed Buckley, CEO and Founder Peerfit, a flexible fitness solution that lives in the corporate wellness category and is fully paid for by health insurance. They talk about how Fitbit made counting steps cool, the next big personal data metric, and the value and behavior of the 65+ crowd.

Tyler Steinhardt, Director of Marketing for the Premier Lacrosse League, and Andrew Fingerman, CEO of PhotoShelter

Picture This: Artificial
Intelligence, Genuine Efficiency

“I think in the next five years that any tool that’s based on the management and distribution of your content, that doesn’t have a significant component that’s based on AI to help you either tag or organize or distribute your content, without the AI, it’s going to be garbage.”

We speak to Tyler Steinhardt, Director of Marketing for the Premier Lacrosse League, and Andrew Fingerman, CEO of PhotoShelter. The two spoke about their new partnership and Tyler spoke specifically how AI from PhotoShelter is saving his team hundreds of hours of work by auto-tagging pictures, and even automatically identifying brands on the field of play!

HEADLINES ON OUR MIND

Under Armour Logo

Under Armour To Lay Off
600 Employees Globally 

From Business of Fashion: "The company expects to incur about $235 million in charges, including up to $135 million for contract termination and other restructuring costs, it said in a filing. The company also raised its restructuring cost for the year by $75 million and now expects it to be about $550 million to $600 million."

Other Items We're Following ...

SCRAPBOOK (PREVIOUS GUESTS MAKING NEWS)

Hyperice CEO Jim Huether

Hyperice Signs Grizzlies
Point Guard Ja Morant

SGB Media reports Memphis Grizzlies point guard Ja Morant becomes the latest athlete to sign on with Hyperice, joining the likes of Blake Griffin, Lindsey Vonn, Juju Smith-Schuster, and Naomi Osaka. A few months ago, we spoke with CEO Jim Huether about its new wellness pod product and how it was handling COVID.

THE ROAD AHEAD (UPCOMING EPISODES)

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