They’re back! It’s the Nick, Mary & Rich Show as DGH Podcast returns with more great advice

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A second series of the acclaimed Dorset Growth Hub Podcast hits your ears this month (February) with a line-up of online workshops to complement areas covered in the episodes.

February follows a Sales & Marketing theme, March is about Strategy & Planning and April covers all things Finance & Growth.

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All are considered key focuses for businesses right now.

To kick-off the Sales and Marketing month, the podcast features local guest speakers:

  • Kasia Bigda, Marketing and Comms Director at Mr Lees Noodles
  • Stephanie Carswell, Founder and Creative Director at Hawthorn Handmade
  • Chris Chapleo, Associate Professor at Bournemouth University

Podcast co-hosts Nick Gregory, Mary Lloyd and Rich Burn from DGH chat to Dorset businesses.

Their guests share insights, perspectives and strategies which have led to successes and failures in recent times.

February will cover what has worked in marketing to impact business growth and increase sales, from international marketing campaigns to personal branding, Instagram and e-mail.

Alongside the podcast episodes, you can also join free, interactive and expert-led workshops:

  • Build a Personal Brand to Boost Your Business, with Ella Orr, Much More Social
  • Generate More Results from your Social Media in 2021, with Amy Squires and Emma Jones from South Coast Social
  • 6 Ways to Reframe Your Sales Effort and Mindset to Increase Your Sales in 2021 with Matt King, Sales Change
  • Dorset Marketing Leaders Forum – Q&A Panel – Strategies, tips and tech discussed with marketing professionals from the region

Rich Burn said: “It’s been a real honour to be able to explore the minds of some great local talent.

“We all have such a mixed view of the world right now.

“The interesting part is to hear how people are adapting what they do in these current times.

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“Dorset is full of innovation, ideas and talent that we have the privilege of showcasing via the podcast platform.

“I hope whoever listens gets a small inspired moment that could change their work world for the better.”

DGH is working in partnership with Bournemouth University on the Sales & Marketing Month and the podcasts feature questions from students.

To find out more about the upcoming events and catch-up on series one of the podcast visit the DGH website here.

To get notified about Series 2 click subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or Google Podcasts.

Dorset Growth Hub is funded by the European Regional Development Fund and ran over 100 online events in 2020, supporting more than 3,000 businesses.

By: Andrew Diprose Dorset Biz News

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