The podcasts feature different people chatting about their experiences and the challenges of starting and growing their own business or venture.
The first podcast features Ged who has built a career with his voice. As a veteran of the BBC, talkSPORT and Radio Wave, he will be familiar to listeners in Blackpool and beyond.
Ged has now set up his own company Content Creators Blackpool which helps more businesses take advantage of podcasting and video content.
The seeds of thinking about a potential business venture were sown when Ged heard about Get Started, one of the businesses services offered by Blackpool Unlimited when he was presenting on Radio Wave.
As he prepared to launch Content Creators Blackpool, Ged got in touch with Blackpool Unlimited who provide wide ranging business advice and practical information and have supported a range of start-up and growing businesses in diverse sectors from window cleaning to food services, language teaching to art sessions.
In the podcast Ged talks about his 20-year career in broadcasting, about the Covid conditions that led him to launch Content Creators Blackpool, and with a hundred ideas swirling in his head the support and advice that he needed to find strategic focus.
Cllr Mark Smith, Cabinet Member for Business, Enterprise and Job Creation, said,
For help turning a passion into a business, talk to the specialist team at the Enterprise Centre, Lytham Road on 01253 477147 or visit www.blackpoolunlimited.com/start-up to find out more about how they can help.