Business Recovery Podcast Shares COVID Survival Tips from Industry Experts

Business Recovery Podcast Shares COVID Survival Tips from Industry Experts

Marketing agency, Purpose Media have released a brand-new podcast series, sharing industry insights on the successes and failures that have come out of the coronavirus pandemic.

Purpose Media’s Marketing Director, Katrina Starkie, is joined by members of the Purpose Media team and industry leaders from across the East Midlands and beyond.

The first series will see the team explore the impact COVID-19 has had on the business community and how individual sectors and the community as a whole can move towards recovery.

Sector Focus

Each episode focusses on a different sector to investigate the unique challenges it’s had to overcome and what hurdles may arise for businesses in the industry going forward. Special guests recount their experiences through the lockdown and give insight into how their businesses have adapted to the new way of life, for better or worse.

Katrina says

“As a business, we found ourselves talking to our clients and partners more about the impact of Coronavirus and how they were coping through the uncertainty.

Doing this helped us to fully understand the extent of the issues within the business community, allowing us to action a plan to push forward. And then we thought, wouldn’t it be great if everyone had access to this? From there The Purpose Media Podcast was born.

The aim is that this podcast will give insight into exactly what is going on for each industry, searching for the light at the end of the tunnel and sharing new ideas along the way.”

Listen to the first episode

The first episode of the series features Scott Knowles, Chief Executive of the East Midlands Chamber, and is available to stream via spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1we09iERi9b2crXFa5tR6s?si=A4iWYzOWSJmceM5bu6Pw8g

Episodes will be released weekly and include a look at manufacturing, hospitality, international, retail and the future of businesses as we take steps forward to recover from COVID.


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