Marketers from challenger brands unveil the strategies and tactics behind the risks they’ve taken in a new 10-episode season of The Brave Marketer Podcast.
The Brave Marketer podcast launches Season 3 today and puts the spotlight on marketers from challenger brands and agencies to understand how their strategies and tactics differ from the larger, more established brands. This season you’ll hear from the marketers behind AngelList, CrunchBase, Cult, eToro, Three Wishes and more!
In the last two seasons, the Brave Marketer Podcast featured guests from leading global companies such as P&G, Disney, Fiverr, HP, and Duolingo, and agencies like Publicis, Dentsu, and OMD.
Our first two seasons were a huge success resulting in:
- Over 25,000 unique podcast listeners
- A global reach with listeners in 138 countries
- Ranking in the top 5-10% of all podcasts based on downloads per week
The standout themes from Season 2 were:
- All things NFT: Marketing, Investments and Future Opportunities
- Experimenting with Virtual Gaming
- The Impulse Economy and the Total Collapse of the Funnel
- Measuring and Rewarding Attention in Personalized Ways
Today, we’re launching the first episode of Season 3 of The Brave Marketer podcast, featuring an interview with Helen Min, Head of Marketing at AngelList, who discusses her ongoing experimentation with new marketing channels and her commitment to creating a culture that rewards curiosity across her team.
You can listen to the trailer for Season 3 here:
The Brave Marketer podcast is hosted by Donny Dvorin, Head of Sales at Brave Software. If you’re an agency, brand marketer, or entrepreneur challenged by the changes in online marketing and interested in novel solutions around ethical advertising, privacy, crypto marketing, brand safety, and a future without 3rd party cookies, The Brave Marketer podcast is for you!