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PODCAST | AG interviews Place North West

Jonathan Shaw, managing director of AG Built Environment Consultancy, chats with Place about the role the media plays in the built environment, how to get news coverage, and all things MIPIM.

In this latest podcast, produced on behalf of AG, Shaw interviews Place North West commercial director Dino Moutsopoulos and deputy editor Julia Hatmaker to find out more about the history of the 15-year-old publication and the role it plays in supporting the region’s property industry.

“It’s really about being a champion for the industry – keeping people informed, helping them further their skills, celebrating achievements, and making sure they meet each other,” explains Hatmaker, when asked about Place North West‘s raison d’être.

Shaw also questioned Moutsopoulos and Hatmaker on current market sentiment, game-changing North West property developments, and what makes an unforgettable news story.

They discussed how to get your news in Place North West, and how the company’s editorial, commercial, and events divisions work together to deliver high-quality output to readers and clients alike.

The networking opportunities on offer at the annual MIPIM expo in Cannes was another hot topic of conversation.

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Julia Hatmaker, deputy editor (left), and Dino Moutsopoulos, commercial director of Place North West

This is the fifth episode in series one of AG’s ‘Let’s Talk about the Built Environment’ podcast. Previous episodes can be found on Spotify, and Amazon Music.

AG, previously known as Anderton Gables, is a project development and surveying consultancy with offices in Manchester and Preston.

As AG managing director, Shaw leads the company’s business development activities and strategic direction. He has worked for numerous national commercial building consultancies and was elected by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors in 1999. Away from work, Shaw is an avid Preston North End fan and enjoys keeping fit.

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