Podcasts are constantly becoming an essential source of insights, knowledge, inspiration, and thoughts about innovation. Moreover, the number of people listening to podcasts on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or Google Podcasts is steadily increasing. In the United States alone, approximately 100 million people listen to podcasts. And that number is expected to grow to 160 million by 2023.
When my team came up with starting a podcast about airline KPIs, content, and technology, I was pretty skeptical. Although I’m the biggest fan of creating content, I found it hard to imagine that a podcast focusing on niche topics would work. But, during the past 12 months, it turned out that it works.
It was an immense pleasure to host another Q&A session today. However, this Q&A session was slightly different from the other sessions I’ve been hosting so far. Instead of answering airline-, airline operations-, KPI-, and technology-related questions, it was getting more personal today. Since we’ve been receiving several personal questions, we thought it’s a good […]
I really love to do Q&A sessions and answer your questions about airlines, KPIs, and technology. Over the last weeks, I’ve received many new questions from blog post readers or podcast listeners. That’s why I decided to run another Q&A session. (In case this is your first visit, you can also tune in to the previous Q&A sessions: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3)
This time I had to run the Q&A session on my own. Unfortunately, due to Corona and related measures, my colleague Larissa and I couldn’t team up this time.