We have received great feedback from our list of 10 books every entrepreneur should read. This got me wondering what your favorite podcasts are.
Podcasts, Internet radio and video on-demand programs, can be a great resource for entrepreneurs. I decided to reach out to some of our Jumpstart Foundry mentors to see which shows they recommend.
I’ll also use this post to plug our Jumpstart podcast. Each week we’ll share an interview with successful entrepreneurs, who will share their stories and tips to help you. Be sure to check out the show!
Podcasts for Entrepreneurs
It’s a show that helps entrepreneurs to “get more done and have more fun.” Hosted by maverick marketer Andrew Lock, the show provides plenty of practical marketing tips, big lessons from well known brands, and lots of little known resources that small business owners can use to increase their profits fast.
Beyond The Pedway is a place for creative entrepreneurs like you to learn from the successes, failures, and journeys of fellow creative entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneur Mark Suster and a rotating group of guest experts bring you weekly news and commentary on recent venture deals and exits. A true insider’s perspective on the latest events, trends and happenings in entrepreneurship and technology.
TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading.
Kate O’Neill suggested several great podcasts: TVO’s Big Ideas; AMA Edgewise; HBR IdeaCast; Knowledge@Wharton Interviews; This Week in Google. These are all excellant shows, you should be subscribed to.
Do you know of other podcasts that didn’t make the list? Please add them in the comments. Thanks!
Image from Flickr by: Colleen AF Venable
Posted on March 23, 2011
Tags: AMA Edgewise, Beyond The Pedway, Bryan Huddleston, HBR IdeaCast, Help! My Business Sucks!, John Wark, Kate O'Neill, Knowledge@Wharton Interviews, Nicholas Holland, podcasts for entrepreneurs, Scott Kozicki, TED, This Week in Google, This Week in Venture Capital, TVO Big Ideas