In this episode #3 of my business podcast I chat to Aimee Bateman about her career advice business and all the great stuff she is up to. We chat about careers, blogging, twitter, social media etiquette, a rant about LinkedIn, students/university, the Oi Conf & our cats (a bit).
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Happy new year everyone and welcome back to the Jojet Business Podcast. In the previous episode I chatted to Tony Dowling who illuminated us with some of his sales & marketing expertise. This time around I visited the lovely Pippa Davies at her picturesque office aka ‘The Cowshed’.
Very happy to announce the launch of something new today; The Jojet Business Podcast (first episode at bottom of this post). This will be an ongoing series of podcasts where I interview people (typically from) the South Wales business community to find out more about what they do and, ultimately, to try and uncover some useful nuggets of gold for the rest of us.
In this thrilling instalment of the Jojet podcasts, I speak to app developer and all round “doer” Craig Lockwood.
Here’s a few links to some of the stuff we talk about:
And if you enjoy the high production quality of these web interviews then check out the previous two victims: Keir Whitaker & Rob Mills.
In this second podcast I’m talking to Keir Whitaker about how he got started in the web industry and what he is working on now. My poor editing aside, Keir is very interesting to listen to with some great projects up his sleave…listen on!
I’ve been waiting to play around with doing a podcast for ages and the looming Port80 web conference in Newport has spurred me on. Rather than muck around and do all the learning and getting all the kit that is required to do a highly polished podcast, I decided just to jump right in.