Ep 15 - You Do You | Ed Howell artwork
Seeking Out The Next Generation

Ep 15 - You Do You | Ed Howell

  • S1E15
  • 21:19
  • June 8th 2020

This week we delve back into the world of young entrepreneurs and we ask, "How the hell does a music graduate end up running a company that makes mind-controlled, beer-pouring robots?" And the answer comes from our guest, Ed Howell, who is the Managing Director of Thirsty Thoughts, a company focused on marrying technology with drinks!

If you want to find out more about Thirsty Thoughts, pop along to their website and you can also follow them on Instagram (@thirstythoughtsteam).

-- About Seeking Out --
Seeking Out the Next Generation is a podcast about everyday people who have inspiring stories to share.

Seeking Out is supported by Storm, an agency that builds world-class digital products and services for startups, scale-ups and corporate innovators. Find them on Twitter @StormUK.

And also by Dialect, the full service marketing agency that specialises in the art and science of engaging tech and gaming audiences.

Due to the social distancing measures, this episode of Seeking Out was recorded on Zencastr!

The Seeking Out team:
Co-hosts: Lou Bray, David Maher Roberts
Show idents: Ellie Beaven
Music: AudioNetworks, Tom Summers
Design and Artwork: Annabel Miller, Dylan Channon
Social Media: Adele Burrows
Editing: Kizzy Bray, Lou Bray, David Maher Roberts
Storytellers: Ellie Beaven, Ella Maher Roberts, Adele Burrows, Annabel Miller
Researcher: Kath Russell
Transcription: Juliet Gupta
Executive Producers: David Boddington, David Maher Roberts

Seeking Out The Next Generation

Seeking Out is a podcast featuring everyday people with inspiring stories to tell. The podcast is founded on the belief that every single one of us has a story to tell or an experience to share that can help or inspire us, no matter what we are doing in our own lives. Seeking Out The Next Generation does what it says on the tin – shining a light on the next generations and the issues and experiences that are important to them.