The Innovator's Mic
Hear from the voices behind tech & PR
The Innovator’s Mic explores technology, innovation and the people who make it happen.
Each episode we’ll pick the brains of true innovators who hail from across the technology, marketing and PR worlds, getting into the weeds of what makes them tick, how they get their stories out there, and what they’re focused on right now.
From AI to health tech to diversity and inclusion in tech, listen in as we discuss the intricacies of what it’s like to have a tech insider’s knowledge with an outsider’s perspective.
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In the spirit of Black History Month, today’s podcast discusses our latest Overbooked Book Club choice – Race After Technology,
We’re kicking off our debut episode with four conversations between eight Marchers, riffing off what they’re looking forward to in PR & tech this year.
Martin Jones covers COVID-19 and the PR industry, what clients want from agencies right now, and PR’s role in mitigating misinformation.
We’re turning over our On the Mic platform to experts on DEI issues. First up, Samantha Mayowa, Head of Global Communication at VMware Carbon Black.
Olivia DeJesse joins the show to discuss wellness tech PR, the role of influencer marketing, and whether certain consumers being overlooked.
Heather Gadonniex, VP of Marketing and Strategic Partnerships at Samasource, joins the show to talk about impact marketing, growth marketing, product marketing, and ethics in artificial intelligence.
We discuss Girl Decoded, the new memoir from Affectiva CEO and founder Rana el Kaliouby, which covers AI ethics and diversity in tech.
We talk to Sandy Purewal, the founder of Superfied, about affordability and accessibility in the wellness tech market, and about his goals for his new nutrition app.
How do you promote a bestseller? March’s Hailey Melamut covers her experience as the launch manager for Girl Decoded, the new memoirs from Affectiva CEO Rana el Kaliouby.