Welcome to the Curiosity Key Podcast
I’m very excited to finally share with you my new podcast which aims to inspire, empower and motivate people into asking more questions and challenging the way we do things today.
In this introductory episode, a good friend of mine Shirley Wakelin offered to interview me to find out more about why I wanted to launch this podcast, what you can expect from it and for me to give you a bit more insights and an explanation.
The podcast is aimed at innovators, change-makers and leaders around the world or people wanting to make a change.
Each week I’ll bring you a new interview with an individual or business leader that will talk about their journey and the exciting work that they are doing to shape the world of tomorrow.
Being a huge tech lover I’ll be talking to a lot of tech companies that are developing and innovating cutting edge anad game-changing products that you probably won’t be aware of.
This is another goal of mine for this podcast which is to give the movers and shakers of this world a voice and a platform to talk about the amazing things that are happening.
I hope you enjoy this podcast as much as I’ve loved working on it and I can’t wait to introduce you to some incredible people along the way!
If you love this episode and can’t wait to hear more then please subscribe to the podcast on your favourite platform and if you’d like to receive notifications you can subscribe below and I’ll email you when a new episode comes out 🙂
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