The Curiosity key podcast
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Events and Networking have been key marketing and business development strategies for years so how do you translate this and get results online? Bradley Hatchett was faced with a challenge at the start of Lockdown in March and had to completely rethink his business model.
Mark Asquith goes by the name of that British Podcast Guy and has a wealth of knowledge and experience about podcasting - we talk about what got him into podcasting in the first place, his goals and vision for his tech companies and his thoughts on where podcasting is going in the future.
In this special bonus episode you'll hear the usual interviewer turn into the interviewee - Charlie Whyman is in the hot seat this time and she's talking about how curious thinking can benefit your leadership style, your business and your marketing.
Elizabeth Clark is an incredible force of nature and inspiration. If you’ve read Elizabeth’s book - Flirting for Dummies you may be wondering how she went on to start a tech company that delivers results so good that she struggles to get clients to believe they are true.
The amazing Bryan Kramer, founder of the H2H concept - Human-to-Human is my guest on this episode and he shares so many valuable tips around how you can be more human to both attract and retain top talent and ideal clients too.
Sophie Walker shares her story around how Dsposal was founded, some of the lessons learned and getting started, and why it's not all sunshine and roses, as some of the podcast out there might tell you.
Elaine and Elly Ball: How an innovative campaign to get kids into surveying turned into a business and lit up the world of geospatial marketing
Sisters Elaine and Elly Ball are taking the geospatial industry by storm and have taken an idea and marketing campaign to solve a key industry challenge and turned it into a business that has its own comic book.
Susanna Lawson: Spare room to multi-million pound global tech company with a Queen’s Award for Innovation
Susanna Lawson is a woman on a mission and so far has grown a tech start-up of 2 people from a spareroom in Manchester to a multi-million pound, award winning company with over 85 employees.
Susanna didn't come from a tech background but found a way to turn her idea to solve a problem into a globally adopted tech platform called OneFile, she shares her story in this great interview.