The Neon Lounge podcast wraps first season

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The Neon Lounge has announced the end of its first season, airing its finale episode on Thursday 23rd May. The podcast, hosted and produced by Electric Cat, is tailored toward professionals working in and around the events industry. In each episode, co-hosts Cat Kevern and Eloise Newing are joined by industry specialists sharing their expertise, advice, and wildest anecdotes. The Neon Lounge draws its inaugural season to a close after twelve episodes, boasting 5-star ratings and over 800 plays to date. An end-of-season special with Felicia Asiedu of Cvent, recorded in situ at IMEX Frankfurt, aired last week.

Since its launch in February 2024, The Neon Lounge has been home to conversations with an eclectic mix of guests. Tales of exhilarating events, inspiring accounts of relocating across the globe, and even David Beswick’s “hilarious” Christmas party story. Tom Stead discussed sensitive themes of event safeguarding and the importance of maintaining a positive outlook, Lizzy Eaton shared her amazing journey of navigating motherhood while scaling a business, and James Crute opened up about struggles with loneliness and mental health. Each episode has given rise to inspiration, tips, and laugh-out-loud moments for listeners.

“As the busy summer season approaches for live event professionals, we really hope the messages from this season will find those who need them the most,” shares Cat Kevern. “Working in events is incredibly exciting, but it’s intense and that can take a toll. I hope these conversations can be a source of advice and comfort.”

Electric Cat has confirmed that The Neon Lounge will return for a second season later this year; bigger, better, and with even more guests from all areas of the industry. The team would like to extend their overwhelming thanks to all of the wonderful guests featured in this inaugural season.

Season one of The Neon Lounge is now available to stream on Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

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