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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Sam Whitmore and Kelly O’Brien talk about how tech journalists and PR professionals are working together to solve media challenges in the era of COVID-19.
Shlomi Ron, CEO of Visual Storytelling Institute, explains how visual stories help brands stand out in a crowded marketing and communications landscape.
Looking for remote content marketing ideas? Owen Mack of Cobrandit Video joins Hacks and Flacks to discuss how you can create professional-quality videos from home.
FitGenie founders Obi Anachebe and Keith Osayande discuss what’s important to consumers in the wellness tech space and how they apply user lessons toward building an app that makes a positive difference to buyers.
We discuss the bestseller ‘Talking to Strangers’ and talk about issues of trust and transparency in marketing and communications.
Octopus Group co-founder Pete Hendrick talks ION, a global PR network, plus market differences for brands who run international PR campaigns in Europe.
Some PR agencies are being asked, sometimes by their own employees, to distance themselves from problematic people or organizations. March founders Martin Jones and Cheryl Gale discuss whether agencies should drop a client if their employees aren’t comfortable with it.
Affectiva Events Manager Ashleen Bershad and March Account Supervisor Hailey Melamut discuss the ins and outs of corporate event planning.
On this episode of Hacks and Flacks we review “The Moment of Lift,” the bestseller from Melinda Gates, and discuss gender equality and women’s empowerment in the tech and PR industries.