Plymouth Science Park has launched a new podcast to celebrate the innovative and groundbreaking work achieved in the region.
Hosted by the Park’s Business Development Manager Fay Davies, ‘Podcasts from the Park’ will feature expert interviews with Science Park tenants, business leaders, academics and entrepreneurs based in and around Plymouth, to discover more about their groundbreaking work.
In the first episode, Fay interviews Stuart Elford, the Chief Executive of Devon & Plymouth Chamber of Commerce. During the interview, Stuart shares the support Chambers across the country are offering businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic. He mentions businesses in the region who have adapted quickly and positively to the challenges of the current situation and shares some of the many reasons he loves living and working in Plymouth.
Plymouth Science Park has over 95 innovative tenant businesses representing a range of industries including technology, digital, creative, marine and science. The new podcast provides a new platform to engage with these tenants and the wider community who are driving innovation in the South West and beyond.
Podcast host Fay Davies said: “The team at Plymouth Science Park are proud of the amazing innovations and ground-breaking work being achieved everyday across the region. Podcasts from the Park is one way to celebrate these achievements and raise awareness of the fantastic work taking place. Episode one, where I interview the Chief Executive of the Devon & Plymouth Chamber is now live and we have an exciting series under development with some esteemed guests.”
Podcast guest Stuart Elford, said: “Podcasts from the Park is a great initiative from Plymouth Science Park which aims to highlight the work taking place locally, which has global impact. It was a pleasure to be the podcast’s first guest, and I look forward to hearing future episodes as they are recorded.”
The first episode of ‘Podcasts from the Park’ can be listened to on Buzzsprout: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1184075/4325906
You can also subscribe to the podcast on Spotify by searching ‘Plymouth Science Park’ to be the first to hear future episodes.