Manchester Central launches the first episode of new podcast spin-off series

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The first episode of ‘Central Chat: Spotlight On’, a spin-off series of Manchester Central’s pioneering podcast, went live this week.

The first episode of ‘Central Chat: Spotlight On’, a spin-off series of Manchester Central’s pioneering podcast, went live this week.

Last year, individuals and businesses across the UK, including Manchester Central, had to quickly learn to adapt to a new COVID-19 world and the array of restrictions that followed.

In this new series, Manchester Central puts the spotlight on event industry and local guests as they share their personal and professional experiences of doing business during a global pandemic.

Hosted by Digital Communications Executive, Samantha Pike-Devlin, episode one features Dan Laurence and Chris Hobson who recently launched their brand-new business, Unite and Create.

Unite and Create is a creative services company, which takes a unique approach to the agency world by only hiring freelancers in order to deliver a tailored approach to creative services.

You can listen to the new podcast episode at centralchat.buzzsprout.com or on iTunes, Spotify and all other podcast providers.

Manchester Central is calling for event professionals across the UK and local Manchester businesses to get in touch if they’re interested in being featured on the podcast.

If you have an interesting story to tell about how you or your business have shifted focus or if you have any views on hot topics in the event industry at the moment then get in touch with podcast host, Samantha Pike-Devlin on info@manchestercentral.co.uk.

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