Pioneering Podcast launched by Partnership Specialists
Quick to Act (QTA), the partnership specialists who enable leading corporates and startups worldwide to accelerate their growth through strategic partnerships with like-minded businesses, has announced the launch of its exciting new podcast, ‘Not Yet CEO’.
Founded in 2018 by Sal Mohammed, QTA is an amalgamation of specialist partnership consultants borne out of the world’s most respected technology companies: Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple. Established to provide leading corporates and startups worldwide with an opportunity to accelerate their growth through strategic partnerships, QTA has created a bespoke framework that carefully analyses the presence and competitive landscape of its clients to unearth exclusive partnership strategies that will ensure standout and deliver global recognition.
Passionate about giving a voice to employees at the centre of some of the world’s most reputable organisations, QTA has launched a pioneering podcast, Not Yet CEO, to provide ambitious listeners with a new opportunity to accelerate their own growth through engagement with future industry leaders. Not Yet CEO prides itself on offering a fresh outlook and alternative perspective to the typical voice of a CEO.
Not Yet CEO’s personal approach enables its audience to listen and gain valuable insight from leading partnership specialists around the world in order to find out about their existing role, exactly what it entails and more importantly how they got there. The first series of interviews captures the thoughts of inspiring senior executives including Tim Heard, Head of Intrapreneurship at Barclays; Oana Jinga, Retail Partnerships Lead at Google and Tom Carter, Director of Partnerships at City Football Group to name a few.
Commenting on the launch of ‘Not Yet CEO’ Sal Mohammed explains: “QTA is proud to deliver expert knowledge, tools and tactics to successfully elevate each client’s position in the market, and today with the launch of ‘Not Yet CEO’ we are making this model work for individuals too.
“There are a whole host of podcasts that provide expert CEO commentary around the world; however, I have always been particularly interested to hear from those individuals that play an essential role in striving to achieve the company’s objectives on a day to day basis. Not Yet CEO provides fresh insight from successful individuals who are on their way to becoming leaders, whilst demonstrating the route they have taken along the way.”
Listen here: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/not-yet-ceo/id1473088500