Press Release: Bombyx PLM presents new podcast channel, ‘Love, Death + PMS’

A string of conversations emphasizing people doing more of what they love, less of what they loathe, and discovering themselves to realize their full potential.

Kingston Upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, 16th July, Bombyx PLM presents a podcast channel for the career-driven with an emphasis on wellbeing.

Our message has always been clear as to why Bombyx PLM came to its inception. We wanted to allow people to do more of what they love, and less of what they loathe through the discovery of technology to aid their workloads.

The narrative continued, on a more personal level with each client we met and resulted in the creation of our podcast channel, Love, Death + PMS.

The podcast has formed almost organically, our conversations aren’t scripted, as we wanted raw conversations on what it means to people that are working on their careers, themselves, and the sacrifices at hand while walking this path, and how they apply self-care as they climb the ladder and reach their goals.

Love, Death + PMS is available through audio via Apple Podcasts and Spotify, as well as on the Bombyx PLM website. We also have video recordings of our conversations, which can be found on our YouTube Channel.

We have many guests resonating with our message, and our topics and are coming forward to get involved. If you feel you have a topic to discuss that is loosely based on careers and wellbeing, we’d love to hear from you.

We are three episodes in, with four video and audio versions available through our mentioned streams.

On our fourth episode, Lucy Blackley, founder, and director of Bombyx PLM and reporter and expert for WhichPLM sits down with WhichPLM’s CEO, Mark Harrop to discuss all things PLM. You can check out the video below, or listen via Apple Podcasts or Spotify.

Our Available Audio Podcast Streaming Channels

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Our Available Video Vodcast Streaming Channels

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