Best podcasts for Builders

January 22nd, 2024
We’ve been experiencing the boom of podcasts for several years now. For creators, it’s a cheap and relatively easy channel to manage, and for listeners, it provides easy access to quality content on a variety of topics, making it extremely easy to listen anytime anywhere. Today, let’s talk about what builders listen to – those individuals who invest their passion, effort, and time into building businesses from scratch. They listen to podcasts looking for learnings and inspiration that can help them on their mission to create the maximum value. However, the best podcast isn’t necessarily the one with the most followers or the highest number of plays; it’s the one that contributes the most to you at the moment you’re listening. Last year it might have been one, and this year it will be another. I can’t recommend the ultimate podcast, but I can share with you some high-quality ones that bring a lot to the community. At the end of the article, I’ll share our favorite podcast at Byld, for anyone interested in knowing more about Corporate Venture Building.

Podcasts in English

How I built this - Guy Raz

A master-class on innovation, leadership and how to navigate challenges of all kinds. Guy interviews the world’s best-known entrepreneurs to learn how they built their iconic brands, revealing deep, intimate moments of doubt and failure, and sharing insights on their success.

A16z -Andreessen Horowitz

This podcast is produced by a Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm. It discusses tech and culture trends, news, and the future – especially as ‘software eats the world’. It features industry experts, business leaders, and other interesting thinkers and voices from around the world.

The future of - Jeff Dance

Experts from different industries, markets, and technology verticals share their vision of the future. Through conversations with visionaries, we can not only understand, but predict what will be, and learn how we might stay fresh and shape the future human experience together, for good.

Podcasts in Spanish

Itnig - Bernat Farrero and Jordi Romero

Bernat and Jordi discuss success stories with guests, talking about entrepreneurship, technology, product development, sales and marketing, fundraising and venture capital investment. They do it with a very straightforward approach.

Así empecé - Beltrán Espinosa de los Monteros

Guests share their stories of how they brought to life their ideas. Driven by creativity, determination, and passion, they took risks to turn their dreams into reality. Through their experiences, the podcast aims to inspire the audience to pursue their own aspirations.

Growth - José Carlos Cortizo

Growth, growth, growth. Each week, it features interviews with founders and growth leaders, from growing digital businesses and startups, delivering real insights into the growth of digital enterprises. All of this is hosted with much care by Corti, from Product Hackers.

https://open.spotify.com/show/19NNz5WnrGvP7EElm4XsUn?si=43d69956d9414c84

Open by minimalism - Pepe Martín and Víctor Rodado

Run by the brains behind Minimalism, a clothing line that uses recycled and organic materials, Pepe and Víctor chat about things like how to run a business. They keep it real by putting a spotlight on data transparency and practical results.

Nude project - Alex Benlloch and Bruno Casanovas

It’s not just about clothes and business – Alex and Bruno chat about everything! From starting a brand to cool interviews with influential guests, each episode is a mix of inspiration and real talk, giving you a young and cool perspective.

Innovation takes guts - Brais Comesaña

Discover what large corporations are doing to disrupt, innovate and transform each of their sectors. Every two weeks, Brais interviews innovation experts from corporations to learn about their views on open innovation, corporate venturing and intrapreneurship.

Growth - José Carlos Cortizo and Adrián Heredia

We admit it: we do have a favorite episode. One that we recommend for anyone who wants to understand better the meaning of Corporate Venture Building and how we work at Byld.

We hope this inspires you to listen to podcasts more often, to start your own podcast, or even better, to start a new business! If you don’t have the resources, ideas or know-how to start a new business but you would like to explore opportunities and create new ventures, give us a ping! We have a team of builders ready to bring disruptive ideas to life.