Hear from Wondery Founder / CEO, Hernan Lopez, about his greatest management lesson learned on the Wondery success story during his nearly 20-year tenure at Fox International Channels.
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What do the most exciting podcasts of our time have – Dirty John, Dr. Death, Business Wars and American History Tellers – in common? They are produced by Wondery, the world's largest independent podcaster known for its unique niche of haunted Hollywood-style storytelling. Launched in 2016, it was the fastest network that Podtrac placed in the top 10. Wondery's shows are so entertaining that 20 have hit # 1 on Apple Podcasts and many are becoming must-see TVs. With $ 15 million in venture capital from high-profile financiers, revenue is forecast to exceed $ 40 million by the end of 2020, up 75% from 2019. In the next installment in our Leadership Lessons series, Comparably will be co-founder / CEO Jason Nazar will have a lively conversation with Wondery Founder / CEO Hernan Lopez. They'll discuss the greatest management lessons Lopez has learned from his nearly 20-year tenure at Fox International Channels through Wondery and his majority ownership of women, LGBT and colored people. Further topics are:
How To Determine If You Should Be An EntrepreneurThe Pursuit Of A Specific Business Idea How To Build A Media Brand With Incredible IP How Do You Maintain A Great Workplace Culture? Hiring and Recruiting in a COVID-19 World and BeyondThe Best Life Hacks and Top Leadership Values
Hernan Lopez is the founder and CEO of Wondery, the largest independent podcast publisher. Wondery became the fastest network to be included in the top 10 by Podtrac, powered by formidable hit shows like Dr. Death, Dirty John, American Historians, Business Wars, The Shrink Next Door, and American Innovations. Prior to founding Wondery, Hernan was President and CEO of Fox International Channels, a $ 3 billion division of Fox (now Disney).
Jason Nazar is Co-Founder / CEO of Comparably, a leading workplace culture and compensation website that provides the most complete and accurate representation of work in organizations.