Verrill Dana Speaks to Clients in a New Way: Verrill Voices Podcast Series Launched

July 7, 2017 Press Releases

(July 7, 2017) – Verrill Dana has launched Verrill Voices, a new podcast series that aims to provide a convenient way for clients and friends to stay up-to-date on the latest legal updates and business trends.

The Verrill Voices podcasts feature the firm's attorneys and respected business leaders in the community discussing a variety of topics – from changes in employment law and employee benefits to real estate development, increased North Atlantic trade, and the issues affecting New England's burgeoning craft beverage industry.

According to Edison Research and Triton Digital, last year, 57 million Americans were listening to podcasts monthly, with 71% of podcast consumers listening through their smartphone, tablet, or other portable device.

"We've seen an increase in demand for content that is not only informative, but also easily accessible for busy professionals," explained Verrill Dana's Director of Marketing Gretchen Johnson. "We're excited to launch Verrill Voices as a new way for our connections to access information that is not only valuable to them and their business, but available at a time and place that's most convenient to them."

The podcast series is the next evolution of Verrill Dana's longstanding efforts to keep business leaders up-to-date, which already include in-person seminars, webinars, email alerts, and blogs.

Episodes of the Verrill Voices podcast are available on iTunes and SoundCloud.

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