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Podcast boosts positivity at ‘The Engineering Design Show’

18 December 2021

Manufacturing Media & PR Agency Chatty Hatter recently took its ‘That Engineering Chat’ podcast on the road, to boost engagement at the Engineering Design Show.

Creating a two day takeover of the show, it was ecstatic with the response from exhibitors and visitors of the show, who thoroughly enjoyed watching the podcast being filmed, as the EDS event came back to life with a bang. 

Born during lockdown, Chatty Hatter MD Nicole Piesse Turner saw a gap in the manufacturing market and created this brand-new podcast series where she talks to industry leaders and covers the very latest news. 

Excited to now be recording more episodes live in its Kent Studio, Chatty Hatter hope to chat to even more movers and shakers in the Engineering & Manufacturing Sector – as well as the Electronics Industry and Pharmaceuticals. 

For your chance to Chat with Nicole & her team, contact 

Topics covered in the EDS takeover episodes include; coming back to shows after COVID, using LinkedIn to generate leads and sales and the journey to net zero. Nicole chats to James East from Wurth Electronics UK, who headline sponsored EDS and That Engineering Chat EDS takeover episodes. Other guests Nicole speaks with include Neil Mantle, Director Manufacturing, Rolls-Royce, Professor Rab Scott, Head of Digital, AMRC and many more! So, sit back and relax, watch and listen to Nicole talk to key industry leaders across the two days of EDS. 

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