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Oct 5, 2021

Today marks our 50th episode, and to be honest, it doesn’t feel that long. What started as an exciting idea with good intentions is now making waves in the world of supplier diversity. We’ve met a lot of the industry’s best on supplier diversity, and we certainly learned much more than we ever could have expected. We have managed to make do with what we have despite challenging times, and it wouldn’t have been possible without you, our audience.

For our 50th episode, we discuss some of the highlights of the podcast. We share our favorite guests, episodes, and key takeaways. We describe how we started this show, when we first met, and what made us push through despite the pandemic. We also explain what you can expect from us in the future and our plans once we get to episode 100.

"It has been an absolute pleasure from the word, ‘go.’" - Adam Moore

This week on Breaking Barriers:

  • Reflecting on the past 49 episodes
  • Why we started the podcast and what we've learned as hosts
  • The importance of talking about uncomfortable topics
  • Our personal experience as co-hosts
  • Our favorite episodes and guests
  • Where leaders should get their supplier diversity champions
  • What listeners can expect from the next 50 episodes
  • Reminiscing about our first episode and how we managed to keep the show going

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