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Oh, The Places We'll Go Show
The Places We'll Go Show
Welcome to The Places We'll Go Show hosted by two of the most prominent names in marketing: Mark Evans, the MD of Marketing at Direct Line Group and Chairman of the School of Marketing Ritchie Mehta, the CEO of the School of Marketing. Started against the background of a global pandemic we wanted to create a safe place and space to help inspire and educate people about successful people’s journeys, recognising that it is rarely ever a straight line. Hence the homage to our favorite Dr. Suess book.
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Ratings & Reviews
Perfect for marketers
Brilliant guests and interesting conversations.
JesskkMc via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/05/21
Regular listener
I love this show! Great way to start your day, impressive guests. Host do a really good job too :)
Juste D via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/16/20
Inspiration for ALL marketers!
During these times hearing honest insights and advice from of the greatest minds on this planet fills me with inspiration each and EVERY week.
Zeus483 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 11/16/20
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