On this week’s podcast is Jeremy Glowacki’s very good friend John Sciacca, co-owner of Custom Theater and Audio in Myrtle Beach, SC, returns to the podcast for a lengthy chat. This time, the two pals talk less about their mutual Taylor Swift and Disney parks fandom and more about Kaleidescape, Sony’s soundbars, and CEDIA Expo 2021 cancellation drama. Find out how John took matters into his own hands to celebrate his membership in RTT’s Two-Timers Club.
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On this week’s podcast is Jeremy Glowacki’s long-time friend Pete Baker, managing director of the Baker International Group. The BIG Corp. is a global sales rep and business development agency, providing support to some of the finest brands in consumer electronics. Prior to his current gig, Pete was a custom integration business owner and then VP of sales and marketing at Remote Technologies Inc., where he spent 12 years building the RTI brand globally – positioning the company as a world-class leader for control, automation and distributed audio solutions.
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On this week’s podcast is Kat Wheeler, a regional sales manager for Snap One, based in Columbus, OH, who also self-published what she calls a “tech mystery novel” titled, There is No Cloud. It’s a book that centers around people and products that will probably be familiar to anyone who has worked in the residential tech industry for a while. On the podcast, we learn what led her into writing her first novel and also to get to know more about her career and experiences in the male-dominated residential tech business.
On this week’s podcast is Jorey Ramer, the CEO of a company called Super, that provides subscription care of home appliances and home systems. It’s in a category of services called insurtech that takes the more familiar home warranty to the next level with the addition of preventative care capabilities and the use of a consumer-friendly app and web interface. A service provider like Super isn’t the typical guest on this podcast, but Jorey wrote a really good guest article for the RTT website on how smart home owners expect more from their service providers, and we wanted to learn more about his company and how they find service technicians to fix various products and systems in the home.
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