In this extended podcast episode, I chat to Katy Howell, CEO of Immediate Future, about a lot of things.
Many laughs were edited out! lol
Katy and I discuss back to basics of engaging on social media, the need for fun, proof points and we talk about cancel culture and how its evolving.
Tune in and listen to our chat, and if you want to follow Katy, you can find her @katyhowell on Twitter or follow Immediate Future @iftweeter
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