PRCA FUSE Podcast welcomes Farzana Baduel as new co-host


The Public Relations and Communications Association’s (PRCA) FUSE Podcast is thrilled to announce the addition of Farzana Baduel, Curzon PR co-founder, as a new co-host. With her extensive experience and expertise in the field of public relations, she will bring valuable insights and perspectives to the show.

The podcast, hosted originally by broadcaster Dan Gold, is renowned for providing cutting-edge insights and discussions focused on influence and innovation in the PR and marketing industry. With a rotating crew of PR, communications, marketing, and creative professionals from around the world, the podcast delves into the latest trends, challenges, and opportunities in the ever-evolving landscape of PR and marketing.

By joining as a co-host, Farzana brings her unique perspective and expertise to the show, enriching the discussions and providing valuable takeaways for listeners. Her wealth of experience in PR, entrepreneurship, and advocacy for social impact makes her an exceptional addition to the line up.

Listen to the new episode introducing the new co-host during an interview with Martin Raymond, co-founder of Future Laboratory, about how companies can peek into the future and how to harness the tools needed for effective forecasting.

The podcast is available to stream on Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle Podcasts and YouTube.

PRCA FUSE Podcast co-host, Dan Gold, said:

“I’m thrilled to have Farzana as my co-host on the FUSE podcast. I’ve long admired and desired to work with her. Her unique insights and strategic thinking will elevate our discussions and bring immense value to our listeners. As we step behind the microphone together, I could not be more excited for the podcast’s future.”

PRCA FUSE Podcast new co-host, Farzana Baduel, said:

“I look forward to joining Dan Gold as a co-host on PRCA’s FUSE podcast. FUSE is a unique global platform of storytellers for storytellers sharing insight in an ever-evolving landscape of global communications.”

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