Today, I’m in the hot seat. I sat down with my friend and radio host Andreas Graulund to share the story of how and why I started the Nordic FoodTech podcast. My hope is that after listening, you’ll feel like you know me just a little bit better. As I say over and over in the episode, I am always keen to connect with listeners so if you’re reading this, feel free to shoot me an email sharing what your interest in food is or what you’ve enjoyed about the podcast. I really do answer everything!
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Andy and I getting ready to record in Nest Copenhagen - the entrepreneurial collective we both lived in once upon a time.
Analisa Winther, Nordic FoodTech Podcast Host 0:35
So Andy, the tables have turned today and you are going to be interviewing me for the Nordic FoodTech podcast. So, maybe start by saying who you are and then I'll let you ask me all the questions.
Andreas Graulund 0:47
So, my name is Andy. I'm from Denmark and for the last few years, I’ve been doing podcasts. So, I have a lot of experience talking on a microphone and talking to and about people and all that stuff. I've been doing a lot of that. I love music. My podcast was about music and I’ve been working on a lot of different things in that regard. I'm also a web developer. I do some web development for the Danish National Broadcasting Corporation. Again, something that's very much focused on radio, podcasting, and stuff like that. So, I think this is kind of cool and I'm very happy that you brought me in for this.
Analisa Winther, Nordic FoodTech Podcast Host 1:52
Andreas Graulund 1:52
And I think it's also relevant to ask really, really briefly, why did you want me to interview you?