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Duncan Williams Interview

Last updated on 02/08/2020 at 16:15

Welcome to AnPat Media Radio Success Stories Podcast Series, where we get to interview successful entrepreneurs from all walks of life. If you have a success story and would like it read on the podcast, or if you want to be a guest on the show, you can send in your story and contact details with pictures to [email protected].

On today’s show, my guest is Duncan Williams, who has spent his career working in the media and communications industries and is particularly interested in the current transitions from traditional print to digital news brands.

Additionally, Duncan has been involved in faith and regional publishing and broadcasting. He is involved in News brands, which help to build positive bridges between church groups, communities and the wider secular world, which can be an obvious benefit to us all.

For further information on the show please go to anpatmedia.com/success-story-promotion/

You can send your enquires to [email protected]

To get in touch with Ducan you can email him at [email protected]

Twitter: @poolepost

Facebook: www.facebook.com/poolepost/

For more information on some of the topics covered see links below:

Building a StoryBrand: Clarify Your Message So Customers Will Listen

Cryptocurrency: Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Trading, Investing and Mining in the World of Cryptocurrencies

Digital Human: The Fourth Revolution of Humanity Includes Everyone

About Andrew Paton

d30e112f5157a03d9b197e677cd79fb6?s=90&d=mm&r=gDirector and founder of AnPat Media, which has been fashioned out by his love of design. Andrew's skills are in WordPress design & development, blogging, teaching WordPress, photography, information architecture and graphic design.

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