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Cloudfm CEO Launches Podcast

Cloudfm CEO Jeff Dewing has launched a podcast series to inspire people across the industry in their work and personal life. The new podcast, dubbed ‘Doing the Opposite: business disruptors’, features a wide range of guests from business, sport and the arts.

The podcast shares unconventional business conversations with people who have faced major challenges in their lives and found success by doing the unexpected.

Commenting on the podcast, Jeff Dewing, CEO of Cloudfm, said: “We set out to do things differently at Cloudfm and shake up the industry. We’ve learnt a lot along the way, and I realised that many other business people had experienced the same life-changing events, and I wanted to share this knowledge. I hope my new podcast series will inspire listeners to look at things differently in their own lives.

“The industry faces some huge challenges in embracing new technology and tackling climate change, and we can only make big changes by changing how we think about problems.”

Jeff has also published a best selling book called ‘Doing the Opposite’, a top 10 best seller on Amazon. The book explores Jeff’s career and his thoughts on the facilities management industry’s challenges.

Guests on the podcast include England cricketer Graham Gooch and Sir Clive Woodward, Rugby World Cup-winning coach, along with punk legend David Philp, lead singer punk band The Automatics and Mandy Hickson, one of the UK’s first female fast jet pilots and motivational speaker, along with businesswoman Linda Green.

To find out more, head to podcast.cloudfmgroup.com

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