Claims Apprentice 2020: Episode three - Podcast challenge part two

With topics decided, guests lined up and vox pops taped it is time for Team Empower and Team KDA to enter the studio to record their podcasts.

First to put on the head phones and sit around the microphones it is Team Empower consisting of Isaac Fuente (Nexus Underwriting), Kayleigh Lawson and Taylor McTaggart (both Zurich Insurance) who are tackling the topic of Future of Work.

They are followed into the studio by Team KDA made up of Daniel Brant (UIA Mutual), Alexandra Francis (Axa UK) and Kelly Huddleston (Covéa) who are talking about climate change.

With only an hour each to fine tune their podcasts, who will handle the pressure best?

Who will find their inner broadcaster and who will suffer stage fright when the recording starts?

As Kennedys’ team mentors Caterina Yandell [Team Empower] and John Bruce [Team KDA] pass on their last words of wisdom, which team will ultimately secure the most podcast listens and be crowned winner of the task.

Watch Claims Apprentice Episode Three to find out. If you missed episode two catch it here.

Listen to the podcasts:

Claims Apprentice Podcast: Climate Change and its impact on the insurance industry

Claims Apprentice Podcast: Future of Work and its impact on the insurance industry

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