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Episode 62 - James Loveridge - Little Dot Studios

Joining us this week is the delightful James Loveridge, Director of Entertainment at Little Dot Studios, a leading digital agency and media network.

James has worked in the Entertainment industry for over a decade for companies like Youtube, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and TikTok. As Director of Entertainment at Little Dot Studios, James oversees client operations for some of the largest international broadcasters, producers and studios like NBCUniversal, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Sony Pictures TV, Discovery.

And as if that wasn’t enough, James also side-hustles as a stand-up comedian. He’s toured worldwide and has written and performed in 3 solo shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival which got him nominated for Best Show in 2016 for his show "James Loveridge: Castles in the Sand".

Alongside covering our staple BWB questions, we get a very humorous look in to what it's like being Director of Entertainment at Little Dot Studios. James speaks about the reality of his job's expectations, how he manages it all and what he's learnt along the way which includes tips on how to entertain your team with trips to Thorpe Park!

If you want to hear the perfect mix of great business advice and lashings of unfiltered hilarity, pull up a chair and press play.

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