People On The Grid Interview Regina Sommer

People On The Grid with Regina Sommer: Storytelling

Regina is a pioneer of the German storytelling scene. She established a house of stories and tales in her hometown of Aachen (Border city between Belgium, The Netherlands and Germany) in 1996 to engage a German-speaking storyteller network and bring storytelling back into people’s memory. […]

People On The Grid Interview Jo Turnbull

People On The Grid with Jo Turnbull: SEO for Videos

Jo Turnbull started in SEO while working for a mobile tech company. She is now a commercially aware professional with over nine years experience in website design, development and online marketing. Outside of work she has a keen interest in SEO and has started her own blogs and speaks on many conferences about SEO and Online Marketing.


The Ins and Outs of Storytelling

We all know the fairy tales from when we were little. From little red riding hood until the little mermaid. All those stories we can tell from detail. That is the power of storytelling. The story is graved into your mind.

Storytelling is an important and fun way of communication. Nowadays it has been used more and more in companies to communicate their story in a way that people are astonished by what they hear. Like I said the best thing about storytelling is that you will never forget one detail about the story you’ve heard.


People On The Grid Interview with Rory Ryder

People On The Grid with Rory Ryder: iEdutainments

iEdutainments works exclusively with companies, governments and TV networks throughout the world to develop world-class educational resources. In this People On The Grid interview, we have a fascinating chat with the Founder and CEO, Rory Ryder. […]

POTG Video Interview with Stuart Jones

People On The Grid with Stuart Jones (Coworkation)

In this People On The Grid episode, we interview Stuart Jones, founder of Coworkation. This innovative company organises short coworking retreats in stunning locations around the world, offering adventure and fun while enabling fresh perspectives and insights, cultivating inspiration, and connecting people. For even more information on who they are and how they achieve their vision, visit their website at! […]

Digital Nomadery: The 21st Century Way of Work

Who doesn’t love to travel? It’s 2016, and everyone seems to have caught the travel bug. Even a new lifestyle is emerging to accommodate this widespread desire to see the world: Digital Nomadery. I’m sure you’ve all heard of at least one person living this lifestyle. Jumping from city to city, working from their laptop, all while sight-seeing and partying with people from all over the world.

Welcome to the new working dream. The classic 9 to 5 working lifestyle is becoming “passé”, and if you want to keep up with times, you better start thinking differently.