An informal podcast covering subjects that we find interesting and amusing based on our long standing friendship and business life lessons.
No 10 - This is the season finale!
In this episode we talk about why we wanted to do a podcast in the first place, the highlights from the season and what we have learnt about ourselves and podcasting over the course of this season
Season 2.0 - Dave & Paul - Talk professional websites trailer
Dave & Paul - Talk professional websites
This is a slight change in direction for us, as we are going to talk about how you can build a website, the process you should go through and what you need to think about when doing it. We have been building websites for 20+ years, so we really are moving onto solid ground for us. David is an ex teacher and taught web design before starting his own studio. Paul started with SEO, moving onto web design, so we are coming at it from different directions.
Episode 1 goes live on 18th August 2021 - See you then
No 9 - Have we lost the 'Work Ethic' and how does that relate to workers rights and the Woke generation
This week we try and cover a lot of ground, all related but a big topic, the main conversation is about 'Work Ethic' have we lost it? What has society done to it, and why does it feel like a 'dirty word' sometimes. We also talk about How workers rights can impact on it and also The Woke generation, does that also have an impact?
No 8 - How to win back customers, and how not to lose them in the first place
We talk this week about why businesses lose customers, and tactics to help you not lose them in the first place, we have some experiences of our own about losing customers and how our attitude in some instances won them back again. We also talk about why it is simply better to try and keep the customers you have, rather than constantly attracting new customers.
No 7 - Is cycling the new business networking opportunity?
We talk about cycling as the new networking, about cycling in general, our rides, how to make cycling more inclusive along with some anecdotes and examples of how other group activities have been opened up to new parts of the community.
No 6 - Getting back into the office
This week we talk about the challenges for businesses getting back into the office after such a long period of enforced home working. We discuss how this will look and what might change, we also talk about the different perspectives people will have, depending on their role and current situation. I also have a little rant about the cost of commuting!