Marketing and Finance (MAF) Podcast (marketing)

Laura Pearman on why you need killer headshots for your business and personal brand - MAF135

This week I welcome Laura Pearman to the show.

She's a photographer who specialises in headshots.

If you're in business, have a website and use social media you should consider investing in some killer headshots to elevate your brand

Welcome to episode 135 of the Marketing and Finance Podcast.

We chat about:

  • Why finding your niche is important and why Laura decided to focus on headshots
  • Why you need killer headshots for your website and social media profiles
  • Whilst mobile phone photos are good enough a professional shoot always takes your brand to the next level
  • The process Laura goes through to find the real you, maybe the quirky you, to develop the best images for your personal brand

Who is Laura Pearman?

Laura set up Pearman Photography after travelling the world and working as an auditor in UK financial services. She focuses on headshots and has a mission to, "Improve profile headshots one undermining selfie at a time."

She genuinely believes, and can prove, that a killer headshot can grow your business and make you money.

Links and Show Notes.

For links to the books and apps mentioned by Laura, please visit http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF for the show notes.

What is the Marketing and Finance (MAF) Podcast?

The podcast for ideas and inspiration on marketing your business and growing your business, and for discussing topics on all things finance.

The MAF Podcast is a 30 minute radio show you download from http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF, iTunes or Stitcher Radio.

Each week you'll hear interviews with business experts, marketers, entreprenuers and journalists. Interviews to listen to in the car, on the train or on the treadmill. Or even in the bath!

We talk about:

  • How you can grow your business using content marketing and social media
  • How you can keep your Marketing strategy and communications simple
  • Topics, issues, products and business models from the world of finance

You’ll take away one or two big ideas that you can apply to your business. So you can keep marketing your business to keep growing your business.

I’m your host, Roger Edwards.

A marketing guy from Edinburgh, Roger helps people keep their marketing simple in a world where complexity threatens to stifle business success.

An experienced marketing professional helping businesses with their marketing strategy, content and social media.

Roger clocked up many years in the ‘big corporate’ world as marketing director of several UK financial services brands before setting up his own consultancy. Some of you might remember me as the Marketing Director and Managing Director of Bright Grey and Scottish Provident.

He now uses his expertise to guide his clients in designing engaging campaigns and is known as a prolific content creator, podcaster and a speaker.

Please subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes and I’d be grateful if you would leave a review. http://rogeredwards.co.uk/itunes

Fancy Appearing on the Show?

Would you be interested in appearing on the MAF Podcast? Have you an exciting marketing or finance story to tell? Do you fancy drawing out some inspirational ideas that MAF listeners can take away to use in their own businesses? Do please contact me if you want to get involved. http://rogeredwards.co.uk


Jon Norton on marketing lessons from building a stand-out accountancy brand - MAF134

This week my guest is Jon Norton.

He runs an accountancy firm and it stands out because it doesn't fit the stereotype.

We talk about the marketing lessons any professional firm, financial services or otherwise, can learn from the experiences Jon's had building a stand out accountancy brand.

Welcome to episode 134 of the Marketing and Finance Podcast.

We chat about:

  • How to make management accounting more accessible to businesses
  • The similarities between marketing an accountancy firm and a financial adviser firm
  • The importance of daily cash flow and how accountants can help
  • Finding your unique tone of voice so you rise above your peers

Who is Jon Norton?

Jon set up Barefoot Accounting to support small businesses and organisations demystify their financials. His focus is setting up systems and providing monthly accounting support.

Barefoot Accounting is here to ensure that your accounts help you to direct your business and keep you compliant – with the added security and peace of mind that a dedicated professional is “watching your back”.

From helping start-ups through to well-established corporations, Barefoot’s bespoke monthly support services bring the invaluable time and money saving benefits of accounting to the everyday running of businesses, help their clients direct their businesses and stay compliant.

Links and Show Notes.

For links to the books and apps mentioned by Jon, please visit http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF for the show notes.

What is the Marketing and Finance (MAF) Podcast?

The podcast for ideas and inspiration on marketing your business and growing your business, and for discussing topics on all things finance.

The MAF Podcast is a 30 minute radio show you download from http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF, iTunes or Stitcher Radio.

Each week you'll hear interviews with business experts, marketers, entreprenuers and journalists. Interviews to listen to in the car, on the train or on the treadmill. Or even in the bath!

We talk about:

  • How you can grow your business using content marketing and social media
  • How you can keep your Marketing strategy and communications simple
  • Topics, issues, products and business models from the world of finance

You’ll take away one or two big ideas that you can apply to your business. So you can keep marketing your business to keep growing your business.

I’m your host, Roger Edwards.

A marketing guy from Edinburgh, Roger helps people keep their marketing simple in a world where complexity threatens to stifle business success.

An experienced marketing professional helping businesses with their marketing strategy, content and social media.

Roger clocked up many years in the ‘big corporate’ world as marketing director of several UK financial services brands before setting up his own consultancy. Some of you might remember me as the Marketing Director and Managing Director of Bright Grey and Scottish Provident.

He now uses his expertise to guide his clients in designing engaging campaigns and is known as a prolific content creator, podcaster and a speaker.

Please subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes and I’d be grateful if you would leave a review. http://rogeredwards.co.uk/itunes

Fancy Appearing on the Show?

Would you be interested in appearing on the MAF Podcast? Have you an exciting marketing or finance story to tell? Do you fancy drawing out some inspirational ideas that MAF listeners can take away to use in their own businesses? Do please contact me if you want to get involved. http://rogeredwards.co.uk


Jonathan David Lewis on Brand vs Wild and building resilient businesses - MAF133

This week my guest is Jonathan David Lewis.

He's the author of Brand vs Wild, a book about building resilient brands in harsh business environments.

We chat about how jazz bands, not orchestras, are the right analogy for resilient businesses.

Sounds intriguing, doesn't it?

And it is!

Welcome to episode 133 of the Marketing and Finance Podcast.

We chat about:

  • How board room members go through similar challenges and emotions as the survivors of a plane crash on a mountain side
  • How the smallest thing can become existentially dangerous for companies
  • Why systems design is now a key part of marketing
  • There's no fool proof solution to "wild" but you can increase your resilience
  • Why old concepts of success don't work anymore - for example, flexibility is better than efficiency
  • Why improvisation is important at the front line

Who is Jonathan David Lewis?

Jonathan is the author of Brand vs. Wild: Building Resilient Brands for Harsh Business Environments, a Forbes contributor and a turnaround expert at McKee Wallwork + Co., an integrated marketing firm that helps stalled, stuck and stale brands rekindle growth.

A branding and business strategist, Jonathan honed his skills during the lean years of the Great Recession, helping brands navigate today’s unforgiving new business paradigms. Jonathan’s opinions are highly sought by numerous business and marketing publications, including Forbes, Digiday, and Advertising Age, where he explores the factors that lead to stalled growth and the principles proven to help companies navigate the ambiguities and dangers of the brand wilderness.

Links and Show Notes.

For links to the books and apps mentioned by Jonathan, please visit http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF for the show notes.

What is the Marketing and Finance (MAF) Podcast?

The podcast for ideas and inspiration on marketing your business and growing your business, and for discussing topics on all things finance.

The MAF Podcast is a 30 minute radio show you download from http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF, iTunes or Stitcher Radio.

Each week you'll hear interviews with business experts, marketers, entreprenuers and journalists. Interviews to listen to in the car, on the train or on the treadmill. Or even in the bath!

We talk about:

  • How you can grow your business using content marketing and social media
  • How you can keep your Marketing strategy and communications simple
  • Topics, issues, products and business models from the world of finance

You’ll take away one or two big ideas that you can apply to your business. So you can keep marketing your business to keep growing your business.

I’m your host, Roger Edwards.

A marketing guy from Edinburgh, Roger helps people keep their marketing simple in a world where complexity threatens to stifle business success.

An experienced marketing professional helping businesses with their marketing strategy, content and social media.

Roger clocked up many years in the ‘big corporate’ world as marketing director of several UK financial services brands before setting up his own consultancy. Some of you might remember me as the Marketing Director and Managing Director of Bright Grey and Scottish Provident.

He now uses his expertise to guide his clients in designing engaging campaigns and is known as a prolific content creator, podcaster and a speaker.

Please subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes and I’d be grateful if you would leave a review. http://rogeredwards.co.uk/itunes

Fancy Appearing on the Show?

Would you be interested in appearing on the MAF Podcast? Have you an exciting marketing or finance story to tell? Do you fancy drawing out some inspirational ideas that MAF listeners can take away to use in their own businesses? Do please contact me if you want to get involved. http://rogeredwards.co.uk


Gina Gardiner on motivating your team and finding excellence - MAF132

This week my guest is Gina Gardiner.

After a skiing accident left her with a progressive disability she's gone on to build top performing teams in schools and now, businesses.

We talk about discovering the gift in every challenge you face, motivating your team and finding excellence.

Welcome to episode 132 of the Marketing and Finance Podcast.

We chat about:

  • Finding the gift in every challenge you face
  • Looking for the catalyst for change
  • Letting the team take responsibility for their own emotional and physical state
  • How to model by example, set clear, explicit, and shared expectations
  • Finding what better looks like and achieving the excellence missing in most organisations

Who is Gina Gardiner?

As an inspirational speaker, corporate business coach and executive life coach, Gina works with emergent, middle and senior managers, and their teams, to help people fulfil their personal and professional potential.

Whether it’s helping to develop confidence, leadership, or empowering individuals to see themselves as the solution, Gina’s 30 years of experience in the development of leadership has shown her that with the right perspective on life, there are ways and means of achieving your goals.

Links and Show Notes.

For links to the books and apps mentioned by Gina, please visit http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF for the show notes.

What is the Marketing and Finance (MAF) Podcast?

The podcast for ideas and inspiration on marketing your business and growing your business, and for discussing topics on all things finance.

The MAF Podcast is a 30 minute radio show you download from http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF, iTunes or Stitcher Radio.

Each week you'll hear interviews with business experts, marketers, entreprenuers and journalists. Interviews to listen to in the car, on the train or on the treadmill. Or even in the bath!

We talk about:

  • How you can grow your business using content marketing and social media
  • How you can keep your Marketing strategy and communications simple
  • Topics, issues, products and business models from the world of finance

You’ll take away one or two big ideas that you can apply to your business. So you can keep marketing your business to keep growing your business.

I’m your host, Roger Edwards.

A marketing guy from Edinburgh, Roger helps people keep their marketing simple in a world where complexity threatens to stifle business success.

An experienced marketing professional helping businesses with their marketing strategy, content and social media.

Roger clocked up many years in the ‘big corporate’ world as marketing director of several UK financial services brands before setting up his own consultancy. Some of you might remember me as the Marketing Director and Managing Director of Bright Grey and Scottish Provident.

He now uses his expertise to guide his clients in designing engaging campaigns and is known as a prolific content creator, podcaster and a speaker.

Please subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes and I’d be grateful if you would leave a review. http://rogeredwards.co.uk/itunes

Fancy Appearing on the Show?

Would you be interested in appearing on the MAF Podcast? Have you an exciting marketing or finance story to tell? Do you fancy drawing out some inspirational ideas that MAF listeners can take away to use in their own businesses? Do please contact me if you want to get involved. http://rogeredwards.co.uk


David Ferguson on keeping a start-up culture as your company grows larger - MAF131

This week my guest is David Ferguson from Nucleus.

I interviewed David as part of my preparation for my recent speech at Content Marketing Academy Live 2017. The talk was about keeping marketing simple as you grow from start-up to big company.

Nucleus has done this and David gave me some great tips which I weaved into my presentation. Listen to all of David's ideas in this great chat.

Welcome to episode 131 of the Marketing and Finance Podcast.

We chat about:

  • How to "Think big. Act small. Be humble."
  • Keeping your marketing simple no matter how large your company grows
  • How to avoid compliance complexity in regulated industries
  • Putting together sensible social media practices
  • Using content and live events to engage with your customers

Who is David Ferguson?

After spending time as a trainee actuary with Life Association of Scotland before stints with Ivory & Sime, Scottish Life International and strategic consultancy The Abacus, David started Nucleus Financial. In 2016 the Scottish Government appointed David as one of their FinTech envoys for Scotland.

Nucleus is a stone's throw from where I used to work at Bright Grey, and indeed we've swapped marketing and cultural ideas over the years.

David is a prolific user of social media and a frequent media commentator.

Links and Show Notes.

For links to the books and apps mentioned by David, please visit http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF for the show notes.

What is the Marketing and Finance (MAF) Podcast?

The podcast for ideas and inspiration on marketing your business and growing your business, and for discussing topics on all things finance.

The MAF Podcast is a 30 minute radio show you download from http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF, iTunes or Stitcher Radio.

Each week you'll hear interviews with business experts, marketers, entreprenuers and journalists. Interviews to listen to in the car, on the train or on the treadmill. Or even in the bath!

We talk about:

  • How you can grow your business using content marketing and social media
  • How you can keep your Marketing strategy and communications simple
  • Topics, issues, products and business models from the world of finance

You’ll take away one or two big ideas that you can apply to your business. So you can keep marketing your business to keep growing your business.

I’m your host, Roger Edwards.

A marketing guy from Edinburgh, Roger helps people keep their marketing simple in a world where complexity threatens to stifle business success.

An experienced marketing professional helping businesses with their marketing strategy, content and social media.

Roger clocked up many years in the ‘big corporate’ world as marketing director of several UK financial services brands before setting up his own consultancy. Some of you might remember me as the Marketing Director and Managing Director of Bright Grey and Scottish Provident.

He now uses his expertise to guide his clients in designing engaging campaigns and is known as a prolific content creator, podcaster and a speaker.

Please subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes and I’d be grateful if you would leave a review. http://rogeredwards.co.uk/itunes

Fancy Appearing on the Show?

Would you be interested in appearing on the MAF Podcast? Have you an exciting marketing or finance story to tell? Do you fancy drawing out some inspirational ideas that MAF listeners can take away to use in their own businesses? Do please contact me if you want to get involved. http://rogeredwards.co.uk


Ken Course on why business development revolves around answering customer questions - MAF130

In this episode, my guest is Ken Course.

He specialises in helping businesses find their next customers. We talk about business development revolves around answering customer questions.

Welcome to episode 130 of the Marketing and Finance Podcast.

 

We chat about:

  • How to focus on your highest and best skills and outsource the rest
  • Systemising the most common questions you get asked to free you up to find more clients
  • Reducing your reliance on referrals by tapping into technology
  • Why the world now revolves around answering questions
  • How were all teachers and why we need to stand out

Who is Ken Course?

US-based Ken is the founder of Explore Momentum and leads a community called "Your Momentum Now," which he built around helping you create results. He'll help you find your next customer, fill your next event, grow your database, put systems in place, and make more sales.

Ken knows all about: Marketing automation, speaking and training, developing and launching information products, coaching and speaking very loudly.

Links and Show Notes.

For links to the books and apps mentioned by Ken, please visit http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF for the show notes.

What is the Marketing and Finance (MAF) Podcast?

The podcast for ideas and inspiration on marketing your business and growing your business, and for discussing topics on all things finance.

The MAF Podcast is a 30 minute radio show you download from http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF, iTunes or Stitcher Radio.

Each week you'll hear interviews with business experts, marketers, entreprenuers and journalists. Interviews to listen to in the car, on the train or on the treadmill. Or even in the bath!

We talk about:

  • How you can grow your business using content marketing and social media
  • How you can keep your Marketing strategy and communications simple
  • Topics, issues, products and business models from the world of finance

You’ll take away one or two big ideas that you can apply to your business. So you can keep marketing your business to keep growing your business.

I’m your host, Roger Edwards.

A marketing guy from Edinburgh, Roger helps people keep their marketing simple in a world where complexity threatens to stifle business success.

An experienced marketing professional helping businesses with their marketing strategy, content and social media.

Roger clocked up many years in the ‘big corporate’ world as marketing director of several UK financial services brands before setting up his own consultancy. Some of you might remember me as the Marketing Director and Managing Director of Bright Grey and Scottish Provident.

He now uses his expertise to guide his clients in designing engaging campaigns and is known as a prolific content creator, podcaster and a speaker.

Please subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes and I’d be grateful if you would leave a review. http://rogeredwards.co.uk/itunes

Fancy Appearing on the Show?

Would you be interested in appearing on the MAF Podcast? Have you an exciting marketing or finance story to tell? Do you fancy drawing out some inspirational ideas that MAF listeners can take away to use in their own businesses? Do please contact me if you want to get involved. http://rogeredwards.co.uk


Three rules for simple marketing communications and renaming protection insurance - MAF129

In this show, it’s just me and the mic.

Let’s talk about three rules for keeping your marketing communications simple and whether we should find a better way to describe protection insurance.

Welcome to episode 129 of the marketing and finance podcast.

As you know, as well as working as a consultant, I’m also the marketing director of the Protection Review. It’s just under two months until the Conference and Dinner on 19 July. So I’ve been inspired to record this show based on a few protection articles I’ve written recently. So, let’s talk about simple marketing communications.

We chat about:

  • The three rules of simple marketing communications
    • Always talk in the language of your customer
    • Don't use jargon, gobbledegook and management speak mumbo jumbo
    • Don't succumb to the curse of knowledge
  • Whether “financial rescue” is a better way to describe protection

Links and Show Notes.

For links to the books and apps mentioned, please visit http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF for the show notes.

What is the Marketing and Finance (MAF) Podcast?

The podcast for ideas and inspiration on marketing your business and growing your business, and for discussing topics on all things finance.

The MAF Podcast is a 30 minute radio show you download from http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF, iTunes or Stitcher Radio.

Each week you'll hear interviews with business experts, marketers, entreprenuers and journalists. Interviews to listen to in the car, on the train or on the treadmill. Or even in the bath!

We talk about:

  • How you can grow your business using content marketing and social media
  • How you can keep your Marketing strategy and communications simple
  • Topics, issues, products and business models from the world of finance

You’ll take away one or two big ideas that you can apply to your business. So you can keep marketing your business to keep growing your business.

I’m your host, Roger Edwards.

A marketing guy from Edinburgh, Roger helps people keep their marketing simple in a world where complexity threatens to stifle business success.

An experienced marketing professional helping businesses with their marketing strategy, content and social media.

Roger clocked up many years in the ‘big corporate’ world as marketing director of several UK financial services brands before setting up his own consultancy. Some of you might remember me as the Marketing Director and Managing Director of Bright Grey and Scottish Provident.

He now uses his expertise to guide his clients in designing engaging campaigns and is known as a prolific content creator, podcaster and a speaker.

Please subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes and I’d be grateful if you would leave a review. http://rogeredwards.co.uk/itunes

Fancy Appearing on the Show?

Would you be interested in appearing on the MAF Podcast? Have you an exciting marketing or finance story to tell? Do you fancy drawing out some inspirational ideas that MAF listeners can take away to use in their own businesses? Do please contact me if you want to get involved. http://rogeredwards.co.uk


Col Gray on why and how financial professionals should build a brand - MAF128

In this episode, my guest is Col Gray.

We talk about why and how financial professionals should build a brand.

His "Super Hero Brand Formula" is the best I've ever come across. Better than the complicated intellectual approaches of mega global brand agencies.

Actually, Col's thoughts don't just apply to financial professionals, they'll inspire anyone who runs a business. Full stop.

Welcome to episode 128 of the Marketing and Finance Podcast.

We chat about:

  • Why it's important to stand out and how your brand can make it happen
  • A brand is more than just a logo
  • Col’s 5 stage "Super Hero Brand Formula" he uses to build his clients' brands
    • Your super power
    • Your purpose
    • Your personality
    • Your costume
    • Your stories

Who is Col Gray?

Col is a graphic & brand designer whose passion for branding is as big as his beard.

He's the owner and head honcho of Pixels Ink design studio in Dundee.

With 18 years of commercial design experience under his signature baseball cap, he helps his clients tell their story through branding; creating deeper, meaningful connections with their customers.

He also speaks at conferences, events and workshops, helping businesses and entrepreneurs to rock their brands. Watch out, he sometimes takes to stage in a superhero onesie.

Links and Show Notes.

For links to the books and apps mentioned by Vicky, please visit http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF for the show notes.

What is the Marketing and Finance (MAF) Podcast?

The podcast for ideas and inspiration on marketing your business and growing your business, and for discussing topics on all things finance.

The MAF Podcast is a 30 minute radio show you download from http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF, iTunes or Stitcher Radio.

Each week you'll hear interviews with business experts, marketers, entreprenuers and journalists. Interviews to listen to in the car, on the train or on the treadmill. Or even in the bath!

We talk about:

  • How you can grow your business using content marketing and social media
  • How you can keep your Marketing strategy and communications simple
  • Topics, issues, products and business models from the world of finance

You’ll take away one or two big ideas that you can apply to your business. So you can keep marketing your business to keep growing your business.

I’m your host, Roger Edwards.

A marketing guy from Edinburgh, Roger helps people keep their marketing simple in a world where complexity threatens to stifle business success.

An experienced marketing professional helping businesses with their marketing strategy, content and social media.

Roger clocked up many years in the ‘big corporate’ world as marketing director of several UK financial services brands before setting up his own consultancy. Some of you might remember me as the Marketing Director and Managing Director of Bright Grey and Scottish Provident.

He now uses his expertise to guide his clients in designing engaging campaigns and is known as a prolific content creator, podcaster and a speaker.

Please subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes and I’d be grateful if you would leave a review. http://rogeredwards.co.uk/itunes

Fancy Appearing on the Show?

Would you be interested in appearing on the MAF Podcast? Have you an exciting marketing or finance story to tell? Do you fancy drawing out some inspirational ideas that MAF listeners can take away to use in their own businesses? Do please contact me if you want to get involved. http://rogeredwards.co.uk


Vicky Gunn on marketing planning, hiring experts and brightening up beach huts - MAF127

In this episode, my guest is Vicky Gunn.

She's an accountant who's worked in big corporates and the public sector.

Recently she started a business hiring out candy-striped beach huts. Sounds quirky and it is. We chat about marketing planning, hiring experts and how to brighten up industries and brands people perceive to be dull.

Welcome to episode 127 of the Marketing and Finance Podcast.

We chat about:

  • How planning ahead for 3 to 6 months can accelerate your marketing output
  • Communications and the importance of individual connections for making change happen
  • Choosing experts to help you with your business - what to look for and the questions you want them to ask you
  • How to brighten up your brand if you work in an industry people perceive to be "dull"

Who is Vicky Gunn?

An experienced CIMA qualified senior finance professional, Vicky has a track record in delivering strategic finance and commercial advice to drive contribution to the bottom line.

Having progressed her career through UK and international leading brands within both the private and public sector, as an agile business partner and natural leader, I have developed a strong customer-focused mindset.

Vicky's great at influencing and managing complex internal and external stakeholder relationships.

She's recently left the public sector and runs a successful company renting out beach huts where each hut is a quirky, colourful experience appealing to families and beach lovers of all ages.

Links and Show Notes.

For links to the books and apps mentioned by Vicky, please visit http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF for the show notes.

What is the Marketing and Finance (MAF) Podcast?

The podcast for ideas and inspiration on marketing your business and growing your business, and for discussing topics on all things finance.

The MAF Podcast is a 30 minute radio show you download from http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF, iTunes or Stitcher Radio.

Each week you'll hear interviews with business experts, marketers, entreprenuers and journalists. Interviews to listen to in the car, on the train or on the treadmill. Or even in the bath!

We talk about:

  • How you can grow your business using content marketing and social media
  • How you can keep your Marketing strategy and communications simple
  • Topics, issues, products and business models from the world of finance

You’ll take away one or two big ideas that you can apply to your business. So you can keep marketing your business to keep growing your business.

I’m your host, Roger Edwards.

A marketing guy from Edinburgh, Roger helps people keep their marketing simple in a world where complexity threatens to stifle business success.

An experienced marketing professional helping businesses with their marketing strategy, content and social media.

Roger clocked up many years in the ‘big corporate’ world as marketing director of several UK financial services brands before setting up his own consultancy. Some of you might remember me as the Marketing Director and Managing Director of Bright Grey and Scottish Provident.

He now uses his expertise to guide his clients in designing engaging campaigns and is known as a prolific content creator, podcaster and a speaker.

Please subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes and I’d be grateful if you would leave a review. http://rogeredwards.co.uk/itunes

Fancy Appearing on the Show?

Would you be interested in appearing on the MAF Podcast? Have you an exciting marketing or finance story to tell? Do you fancy drawing out some inspirational ideas that MAF listeners can take away to use in their own businesses? Do please contact me if you want to get involved. http://rogeredwards.co.uk


Caroline McKenna on financial services marketing lessons from the non-profit sector - MAF126

In this episode, my guest is Caroline McKenna.

We talk about the marketing lessons financial services companies can learn from the non-profit sector.

Welcome to episode 126 of the Marketing and Finance Podcast.

We chat about:

  • Differences between the non-profit sector and commercial organisations
  • Learning from the personal, almost intimate, feel of a charitable enterprise
  • How the "Ice Bucket Water" challenge defines a topical grass roots approach to marketing and highlights "the human touch"
  • The 7Families campaign and how it points the way to engaging marketing in the financial services sector

Who is Caroline McKenna?

Caroline is the founder of Social Good HQ which is an online learning academy for non-profits organisations and a manager at the Dundee International Women's Centre.

Her background is running and managing a wide range of businesses from Corporate, SME and not-for-profit organisations has allowed her to connect with amazing people and deliver results. She specialises in working with non-profit trustees leading the development of company strategy in addition to overseeing the implementation of company long and short term plans.

Links and Show Notes.

For links to the books and apps mentioned by Caroline, please visit http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF for the show notes.

What is the Marketing and Finance (MAF) Podcast?

The podcast for ideas and inspiration on marketing your business and growing your business, and for discussing topics on all things finance.

The MAF Podcast is a 30 minute radio show you download from http://rogeredwards.co.uk/MAF, iTunes or Stitcher Radio.

Each week you'll hear interviews with business experts, marketers, entreprenuers and journalists. Interviews to listen to in the car, on the train or on the treadmill. Or even in the bath!

We talk about:

  • How you can grow your business using content marketing and social media
  • How you can keep your Marketing strategy and communications simple
  • Topics, issues, products and business models from the world of finance

You’ll take away one or two big ideas that you can apply to your business. So you can keep marketing your business to keep growing your business.

I’m your host, Roger Edwards.

A marketing guy from Edinburgh, Roger helps people keep their marketing simple in a world where complexity threatens to stifle business success.

An experienced marketing professional helping businesses with their marketing strategy, content and social media.

Roger clocked up many years in the ‘big corporate’ world as marketing director of several UK financial services brands before setting up his own consultancy. Some of you might remember me as the Marketing Director and Managing Director of Bright Grey and Scottish Provident.

He now uses his expertise to guide his clients in designing engaging campaigns and is known as a prolific content creator, podcaster and a speaker.

Please subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes and I’d be grateful if you would leave a review. http://rogeredwards.co.uk/itunes

Fancy Appearing on the Show?

Would you be interested in appearing on the MAF Podcast? Have you an exciting marketing or finance story to tell? Do you fancy drawing out some inspirational ideas that MAF listeners can take away to use in their own businesses? Do please contact me if you want to get involved. http://rogeredwards.co.uk