Ishwar JhaDigital Transformation Evangelist

What are best business podcasts in 2017?

Business podcasts for me are like running machine and it has remained all time favourite for us to keep learning. I would like to learn and discover the best business podcasts right now and which has potential to rule the roost in upcoming future.
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  1. Austin Chandler PeekPodcast Host @ Millionaire Interviews · Written
    Austin Chandler Peek made this product
    A 🔥 NEW Podcast filled with INSPIRING stories & REAL WORLD tactics for Entrepreneurs. Oh & because I'm totally transparent, I'm the host 😉. I created the podcast because I got tired of the 💩 20-minute scripted entrepreneur podcasts. I also chat with entrepreneurs in a variety of industries (not just tech). Check EP1 out for 30 seconds, you won't be disappointed like my mother is in me 🙊...
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    Austin Chandler PeekPodcast Host @ Millionaire Interviews · Written
    Austin Chandler Peek made this product
    Cause the host is super cool!
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  2. 85
    The Startup Chat Podcast

    Hiten and Steli's unfiltered insights and actionable advice.

    Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré10Co-Founder PurposeBeyondProduct.com · Written
    Unfiltered insights and actionable advice straight from the trenches of startup and business life.
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    Lisa Dziuba3FlawlessApp.io Founder · Written
    Love this brutal podcast from @hnshah and @steli. It's focused on typical problems and opportunities for young tech companies.
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    The Twenty Minute VC (podcast)

    Learn about venture capital, startup funding and the pitch

    Mohammed Rafy4All things Community · Written
    One of the best to listen if you want to learn more about investments and how other investors did it. It's one of my favourites and the way Harry have a conversation is brilliant.
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  4. Kunal Bhatia50Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp · Written
    This is by far one of my favorite podcasts over the years. If you haven't already checked it out, a16z writing, speaking, and anything to do with business are pure gold.
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    Tanveer ChandokCo-Founder, WonUpIt · Written
    Love the diversity of the topics covered. Since it's mostly Q&A based, it is very engaging.
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  5. Brian JaggerPartner @ Casting Calls Amer. & VidGage · Written
    Lots of great resources and to the point advice.
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    Basil AbbasFounder and CTO, https://clockit.io · Written
    If you are looking to start a SAAS business then you cannot miss this!!
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    Masters Of Scale with Reid Hoffman

    How famous founders take companies from zero to a gazillion

    Pranav RajProduct Design in California · Written
    Totally recommend this podcast. I love the anecdotal references throughout the entire series. The podcast both unveils the physical and emotional hurdles of startups and the quirky transitions are fun. Ried Hoffman's voice is both soothing and inspiring which helps relay his passion for teaching the world about startups.
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    Shivam DewanUX design. Brand strategist. · Written
    Reid hoffman at his best and with great leader from all over the industry!
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    I have found Reid's podcasts to be outstanding! Highly recommended!
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  7. Nicholas UptonExplorer of food, tech and connection. · Written
    It doesn't muck with a lot of the details, but it's great stories from the early days of huge successes. I love how it hones in on the creative decisions and actions entrepreneurs had to make to get their startup to click.
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    Justin LamCreator of Bottle Flip 2k16 · Written
    I agree with Nicholas on this one. You won't learn a whole lot of technical knowledge from this NPR podcast, but you really get to hear "the stories behind the movements that they built". I've listened to all of them; I think the Buzzfeed episode was my favourite.
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    Marvin RussellList Lover at Checkli · Written
    The best stories from the best startup founders. Very good series. Start with the AirBnB one.
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  8. Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré10Co-Founder PurposeBeyondProduct.com · Written
    Angel investor and #1 New York Times Best-Selling Author Tim Ferriss interviews world-class performers from all different industries on what helped catapult them to the top and provides actionable advice you can implement into your own routine.
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    Hari MaheshBuilding Fashion Experiences · Written
    If you want a broad inspiration for all things innovation and new in the world, this is the podcast to listen to for the top world-class guests.
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  9. Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré10Co-Founder PurposeBeyondProduct.com · Written
    Jason Calacanis and a rotating group of guest experts bring you this weekly take on the best, worst, most outrageous and interesting stories from the world of entrepreneurship.
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  10. Patrick StrzelecSoftware Developer - Biologist · Written
    Success stories and advice for side business software entrepreneurs. It is a really chill podcast that pumps you up to make cool things. Bonus: @csallen is an amazing interviewer, he can summarize what people say so naturally so there are always amazing takehomes. 12/10 🔥🔥 He recently featured product hunt's 2016 maker of the year @mubashariqbal. https://www.indiehackers.com/pod...
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    I recommend this too! It's actually the only podcast i use my time hearing.
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  11. Wenbin FangMaker of listennotes.com · Written
    A podcast exploring technology M&A and IPOs, startups & VC, one exit at a time. The hosts do very very good research for each episode.
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    Blake YeagerVP of Engineering @ Techstars · Written
    I have been listening to Ben & David for about a year and a half now. The shows are always well researched and informative. Really enjoy the history and facts around the acquisitions and IPOs that they cover. Highly recommend the podcast to anyone in the startup or technology space.
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    Kevin LenewayCTO / Co-Founder, Haiku Deck · Written
    Acquired is fantastic. Well researched and insightful analysis, but also very fun. The history section is great and full of interesting stories. One of my favorite tech podcasts.
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  12. Kristian KabuayArtist @ Kabuay.com · Written
    No BS and straight to the point!
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  13. Big fan of Gimlet's StartUp Podcast. Super well produced and valuable lessons in each episode.
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    Unlike many other similar podcasts, it doesn't focus exclusively on success stories, so the perspective it provides is far more realistic.
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    Product People

    Podcast focused on great products and their makers

    Justin Jackson⚡️ transistor.fm · Written
    Justin Jackson made this product
    Started in 2012, this podcast has always focused on the humans behind the products and their stories. The recent series is on "what makes a startup profitable?" has been really eye opening.
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  15. Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré10Co-Founder PurposeBeyondProduct.com · Written
    A weekly podcast featuring the leading thinkers in business and management from Harvard Business Review.
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  16. Nikolaj Bomann MertzBlogger at The Data Dynasty · Written
    The Official Saastr Podcast with Harry Steppings is always what I'm looking out for when I refresh my podcast feed (let's just throw in 20VC as well). 5-Star Content!
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  17. Michael SaccaDribbble, Rocketship.fm · Written
    This New Economy by Rocketship.fm explores humanity through economics. We're covering topics like Basic Income, Fantasy Football, Achieving Greatness (w Seth Goden & Laird Hamilton) and most recently, the Untold Story of Books.com.
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  18. Great tips on sales, marketing, start-ups and how to just kick ass.
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  19. It is not strictly business related podcast, but I strongly advise you to give it a go. Jocko Willing is a well decorated former navy seal sharing some valuable ideas on how to be a great leader. After all every business needs a great leader to succeed.
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    From Startups For Startups

    50+ Hours of curated Interviews & podcasts

    Guillaume BardetWorking on Qlearly.com/beta · Written
    Guillaume Bardet made this product
    I just launched this curated list of interviews and podcasts yesterday, It is not exactly a standalone podcast like you mentioned but I had such an extended youtube history of great content I figured putting them into one clean website would be an interesting approach. Feel free to suggest videos to add as well!
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