Podcasts – An Effective Business Tool

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2nd December 2020 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Podcasts – An Effective Business Tool – with Darren Harper

Wednesday,  2 December 12.30 – 2.30pm

Darren Harper is an experienced broadcaster with over 20 years’ experience, both here and in Australia. He presented a commercial radio breakfast show in Leeds for 10 years and is now the co-host of the LS11 Podcast (British Podcast Award nominee 2019). He’s been teaching sports journalism, radio and podcasts for the last seven years – and has been at Leeds Trinity for three years.

If you’re wondering how podcasts could be a vital tool for your business – this is the session for you. Darren will take you through the nuts and bolts of how to produce, present, monetarise and market a podcast.

Whether you’re looking to promote your business or attract new customers – podcasts could be the key. Podcasts are a growing sector in the broadcast arena, which could be utilised to gain new customers, product/service promotions or simply a place to talk about your area of business. Whether you’re looking to promote your business or attract new customers – podcasts could be the key.

When: Wednesday, 3 December, 12.30-2.30pm

12.30-1.00 pm    Registration

1.00pm               Workshop commences

2.30pm               Q&A session and finish

Where?

This session will be delivered remotely through a Microsoft Teams meeting.

How to book

Please register for a place if you are a business under three years old with a desire to grow and employ people.  Ad:Venture is focussed on supporting new and high-growth businesses. If you are eligible you will be asked to complete a Company Record form before you attend. If you are eligible for these workshops we will contact you to confirm your attendance.

To book click HERE

Leeds Trinity University is proud to be part of Ad:Venture; a business support programme aimed at helping businesses in the Leeds City Region with real growth potential to achieve their ambitions. We are looking to support businesses that have ambitions to grow and create jobs. The project is supported by the 2014 to 2020 European Regional Development Fund Programme.

If you have any questions, or for any further information, please contact Louise Miller, Ad:Venture Project Manager at Leeds Trinity University.

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