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LISTEN NOW: AZETS LAUNCHES NEW BUSINESS PODCAST FOR SMES

by uma

 

 

 

​​Azets, the international outsourcing, compliance, and advisory group, today launches Bang the Drum, a new podcast for ambitious SME owners and entrepreneurs.

Hosted by Emma Sheppard, a freelance journalist for the Guardian, The Times, and Financial Times’ Sifted magazine, the 12-part series welcomes specialist advisors and business leaders to discuss the latest trends, topics, and challenges, and provide practical advice to promote business growth.

The first episode takes a deep dive into what SME businesses must do to protect cashflow amid some of the toughest global economic challenges many will ever face. From there, the following episode analyses the tools and technology available to SMEs, which help them stay on top of their finances and business responsibilities.

Other topics will include the positive change that comes with integrating a diversity and inclusion strategy, as well as how to build up your workforce and manage different cultures/

Bang The Drum’s first episode is available to stream now on all major podcast platforms, including Apple and Spotify, and was produced in partnership with Cue Podcasts, a production company based in the UK. Cue’s portfolio includes collaborations with Roc Nation, VICE, Samsung, Halifax and can be viewed here.

Shaun Staff, Group Head of External Communications at Azets said:

“We developed Bang the Drum in recognition that SMEs are often underserved and undervalued, despite providing economies with a healthy supply of new skills and ideas that make marketplaces more dynamic. We work with ambitious companies and business owners every day and wanted to create content that can be enjoyed by the SME community and aspiring entrepreneurs everywhere.”

Niall Killeney-Taylor, Executive Producer on Bang the Drum and Head of Production at Cue Podcasts, said:

“We are thrilled to be working with the Azets team on this new podcast series. One that we know will challenge big topics and hopefully lead the listeners down a path of discovery and ask many questions the SME community needs answering.”

 

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