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The Top 10 Business/ Marketing Podcasts

The Top 10 Business/ Marketing Podcasts
These podcasts are entertaining, jam-packed full of knowledge from industry experts with solid experience.

There are thousands of marketing podcasts available of the world wide web for on-the-go entrepreneurs looking to gain increased insight into how they can establish, grow and successfully run their business. Finding high-quality ones can be a daunting task.

If you’d like to discover even more podcasts beyond our own list of favorites, check out the Outbrain marketing podcasts hub!

Here are the top 10 best business and marketing podcasts you need to listen to help you achieve success in the business and marketing world.

How I Built This

1. How I built this

Produced by NPR and hosted by Guy Raz, this podcast delves into different narratives of innovators, idealists and entrepreneurs of the leading companies in the world like Instagram, Canva, Airbnb and even Southwest Airlines.

Produced by NPR and hosted by Guy Raz, this podcast delves into different narratives of innovators, idealists and entrepreneurs of the leading companies in the world like Instagram, Canva, Airbnb and even Southwest Airlines.

2. Reply All

This podcast is hosted by PJ Vogt and Alex Goldman. Every week they cover a new story exploring modern life. Here, they’ll take you on a journey of digging into telephone scammers business, finding out about the real owner of porn.com as well as how Instagram watch brands actually make money and how you can find Bitcoin hunters.

Gary Vaynerchuk Podcast

3. The Garyvee Audio Experience

It is hosted by one of the world’s leading marketing experts, Gary Vaynerchuk. The Garyvee Audio Experience podcasts showcase keynote speeches on marketing and business. This podcast gives you motivation and insight you need to succeed in the world of business and marketing.

4. Startup

NPR’s business podcast, Startup is dedicated to spotlighting startup founders and community leaders in the entrepreneurial community. Here you’ll get to dive into the mind of an entrepreneur and learn how to pitch to your first investor and how to negotiate with your co-founder on equity.

Business wars podcast

5. Business Wars

Business Wars features unauthorized conversations between executives, internal politics between companies like Nintendo vs Sony and the real story of how and why leaders, inventors, investors and executives reached new heights or rock bottom.

6. How to start a startup

Host Sam Altman and folks from Y Combinator offer an amazing course in “How To Start A Startup” at Stanford. This treasure trove is the full course but in podcast form. Here you’ll gain insight from industry leaders for free.

7. IndieHackers podcast

IndieHackers podcast provides its listener’s stories of founders of profitable online businesses on how they’ve turned their ideas and side projects into profitable online businesses. Here you’ll get to hear the challenges, tactics and strategies behind the indie hackers who are escaping the 9-to-5 office drudge and building their own revenue-generating machines.

The Pitch Podcast |

8. The Pitch

If you’re interested in learning how to pitch to real investors, this is the place for you. Each episode provides its listeners a glimpse of the high-stakes world of venture capital: how people sell their ideas, what makes investors tick, and how these conversations can bloom into business deals or die on the vine.

9. Planet Money

Another podcast from NPR, Planet Monkey offers thought-provoking and entertaining discussions and narratives on topics like insider trading and the American Health Care system. Their guests range from academic experts, business professionals or general members of the North American public.

10. Harvard Business Review

HBR podcast highlights the concepts, tactics and strategies companies are using to increase their competitive advantage and productivity. Superstar guests Eric Schmidt from Google and former U.S. President Bill Clinton include how to manage someone who enjoys talking to their coworkers a little too much. The challenges minorities face at work, and unconventional ways of thinking that can help individuals and companies stand out. 

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Did we miss any of your favorites? Let us know in the comments below!

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