If you’re a long-time reader of my blog, then you’ll know that the past year or so has been a tumultuous one for me — bad: two hospital stays, good: getting married, and a move to the other end of the country. If you want to know more, you can read more about why I’m rebooting my blog and my business.
Prior to all the changes, I published a regular series of Podcast episodes aimed at IT business owners.
I’m fortunate enough to be able to spend time with some of the smartest, most successful people in the IT industry. My Podcast was a way to allow other business owners to (politely!) eavesdrop on my conversations with these movers and shakers.
Podcasting is something I love doing, and over the past 18 months or so I’ve haven’t been able to resist sitting down and recording interviews with some amazing folks. Sadly, I’ve been unable to make time to publish those interviews… until now!
TubbTalk – The Podcast for IT Consultants… is back!
I’ve just published a batch of four episodes of TubbTalk – The Podcast for IT Consultants.
If you’re a subscriber (visit http://tubblog.co.uk/tubbtalk-the-podcast-for-it-consultants for more details) then you’ll already have those episodes waiting for you to listen to.
For everyone else, I’ll be publishing the new episodes in full via the blog over the next week or so — and another batch of four episodes the week after that!
But if you can’t wait to listen in, here’s a glimpse of what’s to come.
George Bardissi of BVoIP on the opportunities for MSPs in Voice-over-IP
I’m really proud of this episode. It’s a long-form detailed interview with George Bardissi, an MSP owner in Philadelphia, PA who also runs a business — BVoIP — that helps other MSPs successfully sell Voice-over-IP services to their clients. George is a fabulous interviewee and listeners will learn a ton about VoIP, running a successful MSP and more.
Phylip Morgan on Managed Service Retailers
One of the most popular episodes of the Podcast was on The evolution of IT buying groups – TubbTalk03. In this new episode, Phylip Morgan returns to give an update on Network Group and to talk about the opportunities for Managed Service Providers to team up with Managed Service Retailers (MSRs).
Who are CompTIA and how can they help your IT business?
CompTIA is a not-for-profit trade association and a peer community. At their EMEA Conference in London, the biggest event outside of the USA, I spoke to four attendees to find out why they think CompTIA membership is a must for IT companies and Managed Service Providers (MSPs) who want to grow their businesses.
Craig Sharp on How to be a Remarkable MSP
This episode is very special to me. It’s a different type of episode — a recording of a presentation, rather than an interview. Craig Sharp of Birmingham-based MSP, Abussi, talks on how to be a remarkable Managed Service Provider (MSP).
The reason it’s so special to me is it’s the keynote presentation *I* was due to deliver before I was knocked over in a hit and run accident! Craig stepped in at incredibly short notice to take my place and deliver his take on my presentation, which features three exceptional MSPs I’ve worked with.
This episode is dedicated to you, Craig. Thank you!
How you can subscribe to TubbTalk – The Podcast for IT Consultants
I hope you enjoy the above episodes as they are officially released over the next few days.
Next week I’ll be releasing another four special episodes. To make sure you don’t miss out on listening to those episodes as they are released, subscribe for free to the TubbTalk Podcast now by using the links below.
Who would you like to hear from?
If you have a request for someone you’d like to hear on TubbTalk (it might even be you!) or any ideas for what you’d like to hear on the Podcast – please, leave a comment below or get in touch!