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In 2023, it's more important than ever for event producers to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and industry insights to produce successful events. There are a variety of ways event producers can gain inspiration for their events, one of the most underrated being podcasts. Not only do podcasts provide a convenient and engaging way to consume information while on the go, most are free to listen and easy to find. If you’re not sure where to begin, we’ve curated a list of the best podcasts that event producers should tune into for expert advice, inspiration, and valuable insights.

1. Event Tech Podcast

If you’re looking to expand your knowledge of the tech space in the events industry, this is the podcast for you. Event Tech Podcast is hosted by Brandt Krueger, and regularly features guests who dive head-first into all aspects of technology in event management. ​​From event apps to artificial intelligence and virtual reality, Event Tech Podcast covers it all, keeping event producers informed about the evolving landscape of event technology. Whether you’re first-time event producers or a seasoned veteran of the industry, this provides show information that you need to know to stay informed about event technology.

2. GatherGeeks

GatherGeeks is a podcast recommended by many in the industry because of its well known host, David Adler, who is the founder and chairman of BizBash. BizBash has a long history of providing reliable tips and tricks for industry professionals, so it’s no surprise that they launched GatherGeeks as another resource to help event producers gain that knowledge. With a focus on creative strategy, listen to learn the best practices to help you create unforgettable experiences for your guests.


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3. Two Chicks, Three Seats: The Event Manager’s Guide to Industry Trends 

There is never a dull moment in the events industry with trends constantly evolving and changing. Two Chicks, Three Seats is here to help break down that information into digestible chunks for event producers. This podcast does the heavy lifting in identifying recent trends to marketing tips, then brings it right to you through your headphones. Tune in to gain more insights into topics that every event producer should know about. 

4. Great Events

Great Events aims to provide event producers with a variety of resources to help them host events that engage, excite, and connect with their audience. Topics span across a wide range of interests, and can be used by virtual, hybrid, and in-person events of all sizes. This show brings on a wide range of experts to inspire event producers of all types. 


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5. #EventIcons

If you read our blog on essential Facebook groups that event producers should join, then you may already be familiar with one of the most popular podcasts in the events industry: #EventIcons. This show is unique from any others on our list as it takes place live weekly. This allows for you to be part of the conversation and interact with the hosts. Get real-time feedback from experts on all of your burning questions surrounding the events industry. Previous guests include professionals from New York Comic Con, Firefly Music Festival LinkedIn, Uber, and more. 

6. Event Industry News

The Event Industry News podcast is a one-stop-shop for event producers looking to get a comprehensive guide to industry updates, case studies, and expert interviews. This is a good podcast for hearing from a diverse range of guests, all of which provide thought-provoking discussions on their areas of expertise. Stay informed on event-related topics such as event technology, event marketing, sustainability, and event planning strategies. 


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7. Online Events Made Simple

Only running events online or interested in going hybrid? There are podcasts specifically for you, too! There are just as many moving parts involved in planning online events, and EventMind’s Online Events Made Simple podcast focuses on how to make that process go as smoothly as possible. Hear from experts who have gone through the same challenges and provide proven strategies for how to overcome them.

Get Ready to Hit Play

Podcasts have drastically changed the game for how event producers gain information and stay connected with the ever-changing event landscape. By regularly tuning into these good podcasts, event producers can gain inspiration, access expert advice, and stay up-to-date with the latest trends and strategies. So get ready to grab your headphones, hit play, and dive in!


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