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Second Traffex preview podcast online now

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In the second of our previews ahead of Traffex, we discuss about the implications of the Government’s new Industrial Strategy with Rupert Clubb, the President of Adept and finds out how an SME secures their share of taxpayer spending. Listen here.

Talking Traffex is the Transport Network’s radio-style magazine show presented by trained broadcast journalist and Smart Highways editor Paul Hutton.  This is one of three preview programmes ahead of Traffex, there’ll then be one each day of the event.  Today’s programme will take you about 22 minutes to listen to.

Here, Rupert Clubb from Adept explains why he thinks the Industrial Strategy should have been linked to the housing white paper, but that it does signal intent and “make a start”.  He also says that it is good that the strategy picks up on the opportunities presented by digital connectivity.

Meanwhile Peter Eccleson, the owner of Smart Video and Sensing, explains how Traffex allows him to meet potential customers in local authorities, but also talk to Tier One suppliers about how his company can fill the gaps they have in service provision.  He also discusses the implications of the current procurement process and how he makes money.

You’ll also hear from Hemming Group’s Business Development Director Neil Levett about changes to some of the industry’s best-loved magazines and journalist Dominic Browne gives a behind-the-scenes explanation about how the show daily magazine is produced.

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The programme is now available as a podcast on iTunes so new editions will automatically appear on your phone/tablet to listen to on demand.  Search “Talking Traffex” on the iTunes podcast app or alternatively click here to go to the iTunes page.


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