Podcasts at a virtual event – a new way of connecting the engineering community

That Engineering Chat repeats its podcast takeover at Subcon, innovating the way engineers consume information. That Engineering Chat will host a lively and informative series of podcasts with some of the companies exhibiting at the event.

Subcon (7-9 June) is the UK’s premier subcontract manufacturing supply chain show, hosted by Mark Allen Exhibitions. Once again, Chatty Hatter, will record a series of podcasts, reflecting some of technologies, innovations and personalities at Subcon.

“We began recording podcasts at the beginning of the pandemic lockdown and it has just taken off,” said Nicole Piesse Turner, Chatty’s founder and director. “It was an effective way to reach out to engineers then and continues to be an exciting and accessible medium. Guests can explore anything and everything related to our industry; we have charted first responses to lockdown restrictions and are now hearing how people are emerging and adapting as world events continue to impact businesses.

“Having successfully delivered a live podcast recording event at EDS last October as well as interviewing Sam Rogers, from Gravity Industries for the EDS Reconnect virtual engineering community event.

“The Subcon podcasts will be looking at why it is so important for events like this to help promote the great work the industry does.

“We will be focusing on challenges facing the sector, such as skills, Brexit, pandemic & supply chain but most of all helping to promote all the incredible businesses attending and exhibiting at Subcon this year.”

The first episode in the Subcon Takeover of That Engineering Chat will be with Chris Beck, editor of Manufacturing Management. This is set to be released on 31st May, just one week before Subcon.

The Chatty Hatter’s are also excited to be attending EDS again this year in October, so get in touch if you would like to find out more or get involved.

That Engineering Chat Podcasts are an easy and accessible way for engineers of all levels to gain an insight into the industry and the main players in it. The That Engineering Chat series is made by and for the engineering community, produced by Big Chat Productions, Chatty Hatter’s podcast production service. Distributed through the Acast network, the podcasts are an effective way for companies to promote their technology and services, their vision and share their expertise.

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To find out how you can promote your company via the medium of podcasts: hello@chattyhatter.com