World-leading e-portfolio company, OneFile takes on the new Skills World Live Radio Show as flagship sponsor, in association with FE News

Skills World Live Productions is delighted to announce a new sponsor for its popular podcast radio show, Skills World Live.

The third season of the show includes some new innovations, including being broadcast as a visual podcast for the first time; in addition to being made available on all the usual audio podcasting sites (e.g. iTunes, Spotify and Spreaker).

The one-hour show is back for 20 episodes with the winning formula of informed chat and topical debate, helping to connect all those working in the fantastic world of skills, apprenticeships and further education.

Commenting on the announcement, the Skills World Live Radio Show presenter, and CEO of FAB, Tom Bewick said:

We’re all about digital innovation at Skills World Live Productions, so we are absolutely delighted to have attracted such an award-winning technology brand, like OneFile, as our flagship sponsor.

Susanna Lawson has inspired an amazing working culture at the company. And by definition, OneFile serves the whole skills ecosystem – the very people the show tries to reach each week. This new partnership will help us to continue blazing a trail in education-related podcasting. We’ve got some great programme themes and guests lined up for the new series. I can’t wait to start working with the OneFile team.

Susanna Lawson, co-founder and CEO of OneFile, added:

OneFile are really excited to be partnering with Skills World Live as their sponsor. The radio show is a fantastic way to keep up to date with sector news and views. Tom and the team cover such important topics every week with such inspirational guests – it is an honour to be involved. 

Coming from Manchester, music is in our blood, so the fact there are some great tunes as well is an additional bonus!

The first episode of the new series will be broadcast on Thursday 11 March on the topic of Has the Chancellor’s Budget delivered for FE?

It will be available to watch at www.skillsworldlive.com, and in audio playback at www.fenews.co.uk and all the popular podcasting sites.

The formal press release can be accessed here.