Thanks, introductions and plans

Just a quick note to say thank you to all SmallBizPod’s loyal listeners, readers and contributors.  The community is growing and as the podcast and blog become more popular, opportunities arise which mean …

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7th August 2007 at 6:24 pm

Just a quick note to say thank you to all SmallBizPod’s loyal listeners, readers and contributors.  The community is growing and as the podcast and blog become more popular, opportunities arise which mean we’re going to be able to continue developing what we’re doing here.  Your feedback is vital, so do let me know what you’d like to see at SmallBizPod over the coming months.

I’d also like to say a big thank you to the guys at Abbey Business Centres for sponsoring the SmallBizPod blog.  One of the beauties of managing sponsorship in house is that I can make sure that sponsors are relevant and I’m comfortable working with them.  I’ve always taken the view that if those two criteria are met, the chances are they’re going to fit in well and complement, rather than disrupt the site and your enjoyment of it.  Thanks to Donal and James at Abbey for making it happen.

Finally, I’m working on some interesting SmallBizPod-related projects to be launched during the last quarter of the year.  More on those later … suffice to say, video is very much on the agenda.

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Alex is the founder and editor of SmallBizPod, the UK's first podcast dedicated to small business, start-ups and entrepreneurship. Alex writes about topical small business issues, entrepreneurs and anything else that catches his eye here on the small business blog. http://www.smallbizpod.co.uk

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  1. Hi Alex, I’m pleased to hear video is on the agenda. from your first webcast on podcasting I was hooked. So will be very pleased to see this too. I have a new endeavor that will feature webcasting and more interactive features at my new website Person Centred Designs – website design and web services. More web 2.0 and web 3.0 stuff required. lol.. please, I mean.

    warm regards
    Tish
    Director Person Centred Consultancies / Person Centred Designs and The Person Centred Business Network

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