We look at PR and Marketing in a digital world, and how the advent of online and digital has changed PR and Marketing. How should small and medium companies embrace these changes?
We look at the art of a successful podcast: how to do it, and how not to do it; how to market it; and how to make sure people listen to it.
We look at something which all companies have to think about: visual media. It’s a term which encompasses a great deal, from branding and identity, to letterheads, brochures, websites, videos and even Facebook pages.
We look at how to lead your team when you and they are all working remotely. Featuring Tim Johns, author of ‘Leading from Home’, written as a direct response to the crisis facing many business leaders.
We look at the Business Journey, from the first idea and start-up, through to the exit when you sell or pass on your business. We discuss the highs and lows, and what you can expect along the way.
In today's podcast, we're looking at Business Development and Growth, and in particular, how we bring our businesses out of the Covid19 crisis, and make sure that we are ready for the new world that awaits us.
Looking at when psychometric testing can be an indispensable tool in the process of finding new staff, and what testing can tell us about the suitability of candidates to work from home, as that is so important in the current crisis and generally.
A highly topical look at business finances and the practical steps you can take as an SME to survive and even prosper in the current Covid19 lockdown, and how you might prepare for a return to some sort of normality in the coming months.
Sharon Shapiro, co-founder of Brolly Marketing, and Stephen McAlister, business leadership and development consultant at Brolly, discuss business growth, with particular emphasis on the current Covid19 lockdown, and how that might affect your plans.
Nicola Ryall, founder of Brolly Marketing, and Doug Benson, founder of Visual Dialogue, talk about how businesses can plan to survive these turbulent times, and come out even stronger on the other side.