NFPA Seeking Guests for Fluid Power Forum Podcast

NFPA’s podcast series, Fluid Power Forum, is an industry-focused show featuring interesting and innovative applications of hydraulics and pneumatics. We are currently looking for guests to feature on the show who can speak to specific applications of fluid power and the advancing technology moving our industry forward. The show also regularly features workforce content from the students and educators impacted by NFPA programs.

Guests are interviewed virtually via web call and will receive a script of questions prior to their appearance on the show. Fluid Power Forum is 100% free to participate in and regularly reaches a global audience. The show is streamed across many popular podcast platforms such as Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and more which makes it an excellent opportunity to reach a wide audience of industry professionals. If you or your company are interested in being a guest on the series, please reach out to Maddie Parise at mparise@nfpa.com.

Find and share more interesting fluid power technologies and unique applications using #onlyfluidpowercan on Twitter and follow podcast and other fluid power industry-related updates at @TheNFPA.

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