Tune In: The Stockholmer Season 3

Tune In: The Stockholmer Season 3

Journalist Maddy Savage is back to introduce us to people who are bringing a buzz to the city, troubleshooting its challenges and shaping its future in Season 3 of The Stockholmer podcast.

Here’s the transcript from the preview:

Living in Stockholm,  you’re surrounded by beauty. It makes me smile every single day but the city’s architecture and nature, that’s just the backdrop to so much more going on beneath the surface of one of the world’s most innovative capitals.

It’s become a major European startup hub. You’ve got all these musicians, designers, chefs coming out of Stockholm and there’s a major focus on work-life balance and wellness.

The Stockholmer podcast is about sharing some of the more personal stories to emerge from this creative melting pot.

Who are the people here that are making a buzz that the rest of the world needs to know about?

How did they become successful?

How did they mess up along the way?

What makes them tick?

What’s new for Season 3? – The most exciting and diverse lineup we’ve had so far and I’ll be digging a bit deeper at a time where it feels like almost everyone wants to become an entrepreneur or an influencer.

How do you really stand out from the crowd and who’s addressing today’s challenges and trying to make a positive impact?

I travel all over the city to interview the guests where they work or where they get inspired.

Every episode is just 15 minutes long so you can listen on a coffee break or on the go. It’s basically a chance to connect with people who work with the things you love and get under the skin of this incredible city.

You can go behind the scenes with Maddy in our initial interview here.

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Author: Lola A. Åkerström

Lola Akinmade Åkerström is an award-winning writer, photographer, and travel blogger, and is also the Founder/Editor-in-chief of Slow Travel Stockholm. Her photography is represented by National Geographic Creative. She tweets at @LolaAkinmade.

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