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Spencer Steliga is the CEO and Founder of Shuddl, an AI-powered platform pairing unused freight space with shippers’ available goods to reduce cost, waste, and carbon use while increasing sustainability and logistics performance. A serial entrepreneur and freight and logistics industry expert, Steliga is also founder of Redturn, a social impact incubator committed to supporting environmental innovation. Steliga has long been a leader in the freight and logistics industry, earning multiple awards and driving triple-digit gains in sales, market share, and employee growth. He also serves on the board for the University of California, Irvine Secondary Education.
Here's how to grow your audience with effective advertising. In today's tight economy, consumers and business owners alike are taking a closer look at their spending habits and evaluating which purchases make the most sense to invest in right now as they continue to hope for brighter days ahead. Here, 16 Fast Company Executive Board members each share one idea to help company leaders and their teams create more engaging advertising and think outside the box so that more potential customers will be interested in spending their hard-earned money on their products or services.
While these strategies may be uncommon, the most successful innovators are the ones who challenge conventional thinking.
Access to the right technology can transform the employee experience and ensure maximum productivity and innovation from your team. An exceptional workplace experience should be at the top of many companies' lists when it comes to attracting and retaining top talent. Company leaders are increasingly turning to cutting-edge technology to transform their workplaces for this reason. Here, Fast Company Executive Board members explore how forward-thinking leaders can harness the power of workplace technology to design a workplace experience that's both engaging and efficient. Read on to discover the key strategies and emerging trends that are turning workplaces into dynamic hubs of productivity and collaboration.
13 leaders discuss the strategies that are working for them. If you are trying to grow a successful business, it is imperative that you stay one step ahead and monitor what the competition is doing, no matter what type of field you are working in. Understanding a competitive edge they may have—be it marketing strategies, services, or top clients—is key. This helps you to better identify how your company can fit in by finding its own voice in the current market, standing out in a sea of information overload, and delivering unique brand messaging. Plus, the bottom line is that future clients are seeking the best solutions to move them forward as well. That's why Fast Company Executive Board members share the rhyme and reason behind their best practices for monitoring the competition and their market share below.
We have the technology. Now is the time to start using it to eliminate wasted space, reduce overpackaging, and make new strides in creating a more sustainable industry.
Are you there yet? If not, how do you plan to get there? In the business world (and in personal life), success often means different things to different people. For some, it may mean being able to consistently reach your short- or long-term goals for the future you have in mind. For others, it's all about being content and happy in the moment—no matter what life throws at you. In some cases, maintaining a solid work-life balance first and foremost is what truly matters, or being able to sleep peacefully at night knowing that their financial house is in order. Below, 11 Fast Company Executive Board members describe what success looks like for them and advise how you can achieve your own successful life.
Founded in 2022, Shuddl is a transportation company that dramatically simplifies logistics with the only real-time, in-transit resource for live freight additions. Shuddl uses predictive AI to fill less-than-truckload (LTL) by matching cargo with unused freight space. Displaying only shipment add-ons that don’t require unnecessary out-of-route miles, Shuddl allows companies to access capacity in motion while turning waste into revenue for professional drivers. Shuddl’s shipping solutions dramatically simplify logistics, reduce carbon emissions, and give both shippers and drivers the most precise delivery times in the industry.