EIT Manufacturing’s Debut Podcast “Art of Making” Launches with Special Guest Daniel Cronin
Tune in to Gain Insights on “Storytelling for High-Tech/Deep-Tech Industry Startups”
EIT Manufacturing is happy to announce the launch of its first podcast, “Art of Making,” which promises to be an enlightening journey into the world of innovation, entrepreneurship, and industry transformation. The first episode featured Daniel Cronin, renowned as “The Pitch Professor,” a multifaceted entrepreneur, university lecturer, and moderator.
In a world ruled by technological advancements and high-stakes startups, the ability to convey a convincing narrative is vital. Daniel Cronin, a leading expert in the field, will be sharing his wisdom on “Storytelling for High-Tech/Deep-Tech Industry Startups.” With his extensive background, Cronin has the experience and insights needed to help startups craft narratives that resonate with their audience.
About Daniel Cronin: Daniel Cronin is an entrepreneur who has successfully navigated the startup ecosystem. He is widely recognized for his ability to extract complex ideas into engaging and persuasive pitches. As a university lecturer, he imparts his knowledge to the next generation of business leaders. Additionally, Cronin serves as a moderator for various industry events, bringing his expertise to the forefront of cutting-edge discussions.
What to expect from “Art of Making”: “Art of Making” podcast is set to be a platform where listeners can gain valuable insights into manufacturing, innovation, and technology. Each episode will feature industry experts, innovators, and entrepreneurs who will share their journeys, challenges, and strategies for success.
About EIT Manufacturing: EIT Manufacturing is an innovation community that drives the transformation of European manufacturing towards a more sustainable, digital, and customer-centric future. Through a unique network of leading organizations in manufacturing, academia, and research, EIT Manufacturing fosters innovation and empowers the next generation of manufacturers.