I’m excited about today’s announcement because it’s something we’ve been working on and thinking about for a very long time.
Next year is shaping up to be a big one for Beehive Startups. We’ll be hosting the largest startup festival to ever be held in Utah, continuing our popular monthly Startup Conversation Series (RSVP to this Thursday’s event), releasing a much more robust website with all sorts of awesome features, adding a lot more talented writers to our team, and, well, I could go on and on. Let’s just say things are happening around here. (You should become a sponsor.)
Beehive Startups also recently moved into a new, much bigger (and much nicer) office on the Novell campus in Provo, which will allow for the right type of growth as we continue to expand our reach among Utah’s startup community. Although we will continue to be headquartered in Provo, we will also be opening a Salt Lake City office this week inside of Church & State.
I’m excited about today’s announcement because it’s something we’ve been working on and thinking about for a very long time. Inside of our new headquarters, we have built a state-of-the-art podcast studio, which is now open — for free — to anyone within Utah’s startup community. If you’re interested in starting your own podcast, but don’t want to spend a whole bunch of money on equipment, feel free to come use our studio.
At the beginning of next year, Beehive Startups will officially launch two new podcasts.
- The Beehive Podcast will be a weekly show centered around Utah startups and entrepreneurs. If you would like to be featured on the show, feel free to reach out. We’re currently conducting interviews with entrepreneurs in preparation for our launch.
- The Startup Daily Podcast will be a daily show centered around national startups, entrepreneurs, and tech news. This show will have its own website, which is set to launch the first of next year.
We’re excited about the upcoming year, and appreciate all of the support we’ve received from all of you. We want everything Beehive Startups does to be powered by the community. That includes the free, open use of the new Beehive Studio.