7 inspiring podcasts every marketer should be listening to
We’re a bit obsessed with podcasts in the Student Beans marketing team at the moment, so we thought we’d share some of our favourites with you. These podcasts motivate us to achieve our goals and keep us up-to-date on the latest trends and marketing strategies.
Youth Trends by Voxburner
We’re looking forward to joining our friends at Voxburner at their youth marketing festival YMS18 NYC this October. Their new podcast Youth Trends features marketing experts from global brands such as American Eagle and Häagen-Dazs.
Ctrl Alt Delete by Emma Gannon
Journalist and author Emma Gannon has become one of the UK’s most popular podcasters. In her series Ctrl Alt Delete she has chatted to an array of interesting guests, including many inspiring women from the media and entertainment industries.
Crazy/Genius by The Atlantic
Obsessed with new technology and always wondering what’s next? Crazy/Genius delves into trending tech topics such as smartphone addiction and fake news. They even managed to explain blockchain and Bitcoin for beginners.
The Diary of a CEO by Steven Bartlett
Steven Bartlett is co-founder of innovative agency Social Chain, and has become quite the social influencer himself in the wake of its success. In his podcast, he gets very honest about life as a successful young tech entrepreneur.
The Native Podcast by The Native
Hosted by Dave Musson, The Native Podcast is full of useful insights for those working in youth marketing, especially if your focus is on students. Recent guests have included our very own Simon Eder - listen to his episode here.
How I Built This with Guy Raz by NPR
Fancy yourself as the next business mogul? Get inspiration from the world’s most successful entrepreneurs in this fascinating NPR podcast. Some of our favourites include the episodes with Bumble’s Whitney Wolfe and the actual Ben and Jerry of Ben & Jerry’s.
Eat, Sleep, Work, Repeat by Bruce Daisley
As Twitter’s VP EMEA, Bruce knows the importance of creating a positive work culture, and he feels strongly about offering employees a healthy work/life balance. In his podcast Eat, Sleep, Work, Repeat, he chats to experts and shares his top tips.
Which podcasts are you loving at the moment? Share your tips with us on LinkedIn.