Renay Richardson is back! And having worked for Acast, Audible and Panoply she gives us some useful insights on what makes a good podcast. In addition, and at the time of recording, Renay mentioned her own podcast she was working on. The podcast is now released and it is called that’s when you get a dog so do check it out too. To conclude, this episode is fantastic especially if you’re looking for practical advice and tools needed to make a good podcast.
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In this episode, Lyande KaiKai, Owner of My African Passport (MAP), tells us how she started her African-travel organisation that focuses on bespoke trips and assisting travellers with finding local tour guides in Africa. In addition, she gives us great advice and practical tools on how we can start a travel company too.
In this episode, Rob Campbell, Technical Recruiter for Google (at the time of recording), shares his career journey into recruitment, the challenges and rewards of the profession and best of all the resources we can use if we wanted to be a recruiter or if you want recruiters like Rob to find you.
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Blacticulate celebrates its 2 years anniversary by bringing back Nastassja Lusengo, CEO, The Indulgent Sugar Plum ltd, and Blacticulate first ever podcast episode. In this episode, Nastassja tells us what she’s been up to since we last spoke, this includes her running her own Cafe on Walworth Rd, how she got featured on Channel 4 ‘Extreme Cake Makers’, and best of all the practical advice and tools she uses for professional success.
Welcome to another episode of Blacticulate: a Black British podcast series that features UK young Black professional: where we find out how they do what they do, so you can too.
In today’s episode, we have Matimba Kabalika Talent Development Manager for the BFI Network. She tells us what a Talent Development Manager actually does, what resources help her day-to-day, how to develop/curate talent to ensure you have a unique perspective, and (yes!) so much more.
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Welcome to another episode of Blacticulate: a Black British podcast that features UK young Black professional: where we find out how they do what they do, so you can too.
In today’s episode with Michelle Owusu, Marketing Manager for Channel 4 who tells us how she landed her dream job working for the company, what marketing actually is, the types of resources that keep her up-to-date with the industry, and much more. This episode is really for anyone who would like to know what a Marketer does and the best practices to ensure you can start a career in marketing too.