BIPC GM Releases the POWER of THE PODCAST on International Podcast Day
BIPC GM welcomes new Podcaster In Residence Vic Elizabeth Turnbull.
The Centre launched its Podcasting Studio in Manchester’s Central Library in 2021.
The Studio is used by many local businesses and organisations.
Demand is high and Vic and the team at BIPC are keen to share the potential with more businesses exploring new ways of sharing their services and stories.
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Vic says: “I am thrilled to be working with the Business & IP Centre as their new expert in residence. MIC media is all about giving everyone the opportunity to amplify their voice and share stories through top-quality audio. Podcasts can help you to deliver your business’ key messages, values and expertise authentically. This human-centred approach can help your brand stand out from the competition. And never has this been more important to cut through the noise in our busy, digital age! I am excited to be able to help more people unlock the power of podcasts and couldn’t be happier than to be doing just that here at the Centre.
Councillor John Hacking, Executive Member for Skills, Employment and Leisure for Manchester City Council, said:
“Manchester Central Library’s BIPC is an exceptional space where local businesses old and new can seek advice and support that will help them grow.
BIPC GM has at its fingertips all manner of resources and will be driving forward in the coming months to make sure that more people can enjoy and benefit from the spectrum of opportunities provided they might not even know exist.
We are living in times when it will be increasingly important to find new ways of doing business. Crucially we will then require to tell the world precisely what we do and how we do it. Podcasting is one such route and Vic will demonstrate just how the seemingly impossible can become extremely possible.