New Podcast – Jason Tagg @ Vinyl Coffee

For many businesses locally, the key to surviving the uncertainty of the last 12 months has been adaptability.

Whether embracing the world of Online and digital marketing, or launching new products to the marketplace, a number of businesses across the East Northamptonshire region have shown wonderful resilience and ingenuity to adapt their businesses and keep finding new customers even in difficult times.

In the first episode of our new podcast series – Recovery Through Enterprise – we talk to Jason Tagg; owner of Vinyl Coffee in Earls Barton about his own journey over the last 12 months.

In January 2020 Jason was gearing up for a new career in the airline industry when the impact of Covid hit and forced a sudden change in direction. Driven by a passion for music and a developing taste for coffee, Jason hit on a novel way of launching a new side to business that combined the two and launched a new business – Vinyl Coffee.

Today the business is shipping quality coffees from their website alongside rare and vintage vinyl whilst also developing some really interesting collaborative relationships with some of the coolest indie record labels in the country. 

You can find the show in all major podcast directories – including Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Google Play – and you can even stream the episode using the audio player below.

We will be releasing more of these episodes over the course of the week throughout our Recovery Through Enterprise Business Festival, so be sure to subscribe to the show to hear interviews with more innovative local businesses making their own Recovery Through Enterprise.

To find out more about Vinyl Coffee, please be sure to visit their website at vinylcoffee.co.uk or find them on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. 

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