Podcasts and Publications

1. Friday Coffee Meet-Up Podcast

With over 6000 members and almost 200 attendees each week, Friday Coffee Meetup (FCM) is one of the five largest tech meetups in the LA area. Thanks to the tireless efforts of the group’s 100% volunteer organization team, FCM has held over 300 events, graciously hosted by Cross Campus Pasadena. The free events are designed for the innovation community, and feature speakers on topics related to innovation, entrepreneurship and investing for startups. Presented by Echo-Factory, as part of a larger effort to enhance the local innovation and start-up ecosystem, FCM is open to anyone interested in networking and gaining the kind of knowledge that propels success. Sessions run 8:15 – 9:30am every Friday. Scheduled topics and more info are available at www.fridaycoffeemeetup.com.

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Aired August 19th, 2019

2. Wehoville

WEHOville.com, the only West Hollywood news organization operated by professional journalists,  publishes stories about the news, events and personalities that make WeHo such a great place to live. The mission is to foster an informed and engaged community in West Hollywood. We do that by reporting the news without fear or favor and offering a moderated platform for discussion of local issues. 

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Published October 18th, 2019

3. Pepperdine Business School Podcast: Fireside chat with Robert Lo and Mike Weaver

An overview of Alset, fireside chat and QA with the Graziado Graduate School of Business at Pepperdine University.

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Published March 30th, 2020

4. Alset, the Game Changing Gig App, Re-Imagines Work in the 21st Century

Press release about the Alset app.

Market Watch

Published April 1st, 2020

CBS 19 News

Published April 1st, 2020

Telemundo

Published April 1st, 2020

Sinclair News

Published April 1st, 2020

Buffalo News

Published April 1st, 2020

Daily Herald

Published April 1st, 2020

Press Telegram Long Beach

Published April 1st, 2020

International Business Times

Published April 1st, 2020

Boston Herald

Published April 1st, 2020

Fox 34 Lubbock

Published April 1st, 2020

5. You're All Set Podcast: The Times Are a-Changin

In today’s uncertain world full of furloughs, stay-at-home orders, and general unease, gig working app, Alset, has launched a new weekly half-hour podcast, You’re All Set, toaddress those issues and more. Hosted by RC Diedrich, You’re All Set, which is available on Spotify, examines the role of work in the gig economy, how work is changing, how it will change in the future, and how people can find a way forward in these ambiguous times. 

 

“You're All Set was created in response to a need for direction in today’s uncertain world. Its purpose is not only to inform listeners, but to guide them through this world which can be confusing and chaotic,” states Diedrich.

 

You’re All Set will feature guests from all walks of life. The show’s first guest is Alset’s founder, Robert Lo. We can expect to hear from a range of guests as they discuss how COVID-19 is changing the way of life for individuals and industries.

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Published April 3rd, 2020

6. The Carla Palmer Show: Live with Robert Lo

The Carla Palmer Show focuses on topics that relate to the 7 dimensions of wellness (emotional, social, environmental, occupational, physical, spiritual and intellectual). Each show is designed to expand your mind and take you one step closer to optimal wellness with the goal of helping you get to the life you desire and deserve.

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Published April 3rd, 2020

7. Outtake: Robert Lo Talks Alset App To Reboot Gig Economy (AUDIO)

In this exclusive audio interview Emmy Winner Charlotte Robinson host of OUTTAKE VOICES™ talks with Robert Lo, CEO and Founder of Alset the game-changing gig economy app where people can barter or charge for their services or offer them as a favor. With the arrival of COVID-19 and stay-at-home orders for nonessential workers our personal lives and careers have been altered. The impact of this pandemic has financially destroyed a large percentage of gig workers in the entertainment industry as well as hairstylists, caterers, party planners, trainers, and more as their income has ceased to exist. Now is the time to reconsider what we thought we knew about work and the economy as we create a new normal. Life as we knew it will never be the same. This is an opportunity to take advantage of this universal reset and create a better world. The Alset app was invented to give local communities a chance to expand globally by connecting individuals through the beneficial exchange of their gifts, talents and contributions. If we can redistribute wealth in this country and globally and help enable people to advance their experience perhaps we can shift some cultural norms and hopefully transform our current economic system into a better future. That is what the Alset app is attempting to do. No one can say how long this pandemic will last. However, we must choose our collective health over our financial security in order to defeat this pandemic. We talked to Robert about how the Alset app could help reshape our economy in these challenging times and his spin on our LGBTQ issues.

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Published May 6th, 2020