A very Chrismassy episode with Bespoke Computing's biggest festivity fans, Lorna and Laura! After recently having our socially distanced 'office party', the team reflect on how having an emphasis on company culture has helped our team through the pandemic and how we've had to adapt our usual social meetings.
Being an accountant, and a business owner herself, Carrie expresses the importance for business owners to look forward but also take time away to reflect to benefit the business and your mental health.
Friday 27th November marked the 5th year of the Dyslexia Awards for Eli Wilkinson and Shropshire's talent, who live with Dyslexia.
Eli's story of why she created the awards and what the night stands for is one full of heart, and deserving of a listen.
Roger Wilson and Chris Pallett draw attention to the business owner, in this weeks episode. They discuss mindset, what makes a good business leader and the importance of forming business connections and how groups like Vistage can play a huge part.
Microsoft wiz, Karen Turner, talks about the art of saving time when using applications, how to be more productive with your tech and the importance of a digital detox - even for a tech-head! Lots of interesting industry secrets and tips, this techy episode leaves you wondering what else you could be missing out on.
MD of a national apprenticeship training provider, Louise Campton joins in an episode to talk about apprentices in a digital world. Educating teachers to building up skills for roles that don't even exist yet, employee and learner mental health, and why your tech should be targeted rather trending, are a few of the topics covered.
Anton Gunter, responsible for the infamous LinkedIn series 'Ranton with Anton', discusses the importance of local, building community and using business to help charities. Other topics also include why you don't keep wine in the garage, COVID characters and a 27 minute game of hide-and-seek. A hilariously chaotic episode you don't want to miss!
Tech lover and business owner of digital specialists company, Six Ticks, joins the podcast to discuss her newest venture - techtimeout.
From own personal experience, Steph discusses the importance of putting down the tech, disabling notifications and separating work and home, for a clearer, happier and more productive mind.
Tradology UK specialise in the recycling of technology - why's it so important to rid of that top drawer tech? Gabe explains all! Business relationships, protecting the environment and COVID confusion are just a few topics covered in this 50 minute season finale.
In this episode, Anthony Wiggins enlightens us with his knowledge and experience of commercial property. Chris and Anthony reminisce about their early 'networking days', discuss quality over quantity when it comes to the customer and how there are some really inspiring things to come out of 2020.
In this episode, Chris invites two of his own team. Matthew of 15 years at Bespoke Computing Ltd, and Beth of only 15 weeks. From finding a good workplace to finding a good team player, does employer and employee expectation differ?
In this episode, Managing Director of Full Fat Things and Drupal Developer, Stewart Robinson joins the podcast. Having always worked remotely, Stewart talks about his experiences during lockdown, how business owners can embrace their staff working from home and he simplifies important technology for you and your business.
In the spirit of remote working, Andy Rao (co-founder of Marketing Agency, Codebreak) joins Chris Pallett on a virtual call to discuss all things marketing. From social media ads, to the use of video, Andy shares his hints and tips to help up your marketing game.