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Podcast launched by Chartered Architectural Technologist
 New Podcast
 Comment from the founder
He said: "When you go to college or university to study architectural technology or architecture, you learn how to design buildings, but they don't teach you all the skills you need to run and grow an architectural business."
 Architecture and business affairs weekly
Each week Jon interviews inspiring people from the world of architecture and business, who share actionable tips to help you improve how you work, save time, or make more money. Jon also shares his own experiences running a business in occasional solo episodes.
And he's discovered there is a lot more to podcasting than just hitting the record button.
"I really had no idea how much goes into creating and launching a podcast. It's a lot of work but it's been a really fun experience, especially learning how to host an interview. I've had several exciting opportunities come my way since telling people about it so I can't wait to see what happens after the launch."
 When and where ?
To contact Jon for an interview or to ask about being a guest on the show, email [email protected]
This article appears on the CIAT news and blog site as "Podcast launched by Chartered Architectural Technologist" dated November 7, 2023.
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