The most popular PRmoment Podcasts of 2020

It's that time of year when we look back in disbelief at the number of podcasts we've done! (Thirty-eight, in case you were wondering.)

Thanks so much to all the guess who came on, if you've missed any you can have a look at the full PRmoment Podcast back catalogue here, there's a decent number to help you get through your version of a lockdown Christmas!

If you don't subscribe to the podcast already, clearly we reckon you’re bonkers but you can do so using your favourite podcast app or subscribe via iTunes here.

And thanks to the PRCA for sponsoring the podcast, much appreciated.

So here are the most popular podcasts of 2020:

1. Mitch Kaye, co-founder and CEO of The Academy

Having built two PR firms and sold one, Mitch gives some advice for people who are looking to set up on their own

2. Greg Jones, managing director of ENGINE Mischief

Greg talks about why, at first, his instinct was not to go for the MD role when it became available

3. Will Sturgeon, head of content and thought leadership at PwC, talks all things owned media on the PRmoment podcast

How an organisation like PwC with 22,000 people in the UK and 900 partners, develops a co-ordinated content strategy

4. Frank co-founder Andrew Bloch on the PRmoment Podcast

Why did Andrew decide to leave Frank?

5. Kate Hartley, the author of Communicate in a Crisis

Kate talks us through the ‘outrage cycle’ of social media

6. Jo Carr, co-founder, and chief client officer at Hope&Glory

How Hope&Glory has improved its margins in recent years

7. Can a virtual agency scale?

Tamara Littleton, CEO and founder of The Social Element, tells us how she’s built a 300-people, £9m virtual consultancy business

8. Sarah Scholefield, CEO, UK and Ireland, Grayling

How a talent audit was critical to turning around Grayling


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