Podcasting has exploded in popularity in recent years and increasingly brands and businesses are jumping onboard the boom and creating exciting podcast content to engage with their audiences.
If you’ve never podcasted before, it can be hard to know where to start. Our Podcasting Workshop is hosted by experienced podcasts hosts and producers and can be tailored to your particular needs.
We can help you:
We will work with you before the workshop to understand your priorities and tailor the workshop accordingly.
Typeset’s three-hour Podcasting Workshop is available in Perth, Western Australia, and London, in the United Kingdom, and elsewhere in the world by arrangement.
In Perth and Australia the workshop is hosted by Typeset founder Sarah Mitchell, who for four years was a host on the award-winning Brand Newsroom podcast. She’s now one of the three hosts behind Marketing Breakout.
In London, the UK and Europe the workshop is hosted by Dan Hatch, who was the producer behind Brand Newsroom. He is the founding producer of Marketing Breakout.
Sarah or Dan can come to your office, meet with your team, and deliver a tailored workshop that will help you deliver on your goals. They have exercises that will help you uncover your best potential audiences and identify what kinds of content will engage them. Their vast experience is at your disposal – you can ask them anything!
At the end of the podcasting workshop you will:
After all that, if you’re ready to start podcasting, Typeset can also help with Podcast Production.
“Typeset have been a huge asset to providing us with direction on our podcast. We used Typeset to run a podcast workshop for our marketing and communications team, which gave us invaluable direction and practical steps.
“Dan and Sarah definitely have their finger on the pulse when it comes to modern tends in podcasting and were able to run the workshop in a friendly and structured way, which pulled information from everyone in the room. Their turnaround time was virtually overnight and provided us with invaluable direction and practical steps to implement moving forward.”
– Meaghan Ferries, Manager Marketing & Communications, Chorus