Forbes launch podcasts targeted at millennial women who embrace entrepreneurship

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Forbes have launched their ‘Forbes Podcasts’, aimed at Millennial women with entrepreneurial skills. Hosted mostly by women, the podcasts will provide career, leadership and entrepreneurial focused content.

Kicking off with ten shows, each podcaster will produce 12 short episodes over the next six months, totalling in 120 episodes. Each podcast will cover a variety of different topics from mentoring, tackling multiple jobs, the first 200 days of a start up and interviews with celebrities and entrepreneurs.

Speaking of the scheme, Christina Vuleta, Forbes VP, Women’s Digital Network, said, “Today if you see a woman with headphones, she is increasingly tuning in to a podcast with her listening options ranging from oddly entertaining to the empowering. We’re excited about the opportunity to bring new voices to podcasting and leverage the medium to help Millennials bring their own stories to life.”

Continuing, Lewis D’Vorkin, Forbes Media Chief Product Officer said, “Millennial women are responding to this rich narrative format, and we believe it can be an important extension of our dynamic contributor network on Forbes.com”

These podcasts follow on from Forbes’ initial launch of The Premise, a business leader’s dashboard for what’s next created by Forbes VP, Managing Editor, Technology, Bruce Upbin.

You can browse and listen to the podcasts here

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