Since I will be at the show in Austin next week, I’m offering a limited number of guests an opportunity to podcast with me. I’ll find out what they are talking about at the show and what they find interesting on the exhibit hall floor.
I only have time to interview 10 industry executives at this show, so if you’d like to be a guest, click the button below. The cost is just $350, which will cover the cost of production.
The result will be a 3-5 minute podcast that we will share after the event and also make available to your marketing department. I would love to meet with you next week in Austin.
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