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PODCAST: A Woman's Place episode one. 'Grace, Sara, and Stockholm's music tech scene'.

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PODCAST: A Woman's Place episode one. 'Grace, Sara, and Stockholm's music tech scene'.
This content was paid for by an advertiser and produced by The Local's Creative Studio
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A Woman's Place is wherever she wants it to be. Meet twelve inspiring women who have found a place where they can fulfil their professional ambitions, where their voices are heard and where their gender is not a disadvantage.

In the first episode of this new podcast series, we meet Australian native Grace McCallum and Swede Sara Herrlin, two women working at the heart of Stockholm's music tech industry.

When Grace entered an online competition to join the ABBA Choir, she never imagined she would end up uprooting her entire life and relocating to Stockholm. She was soon taken under the wing of music industry veteran Sara, and they have gone on to form Stockholm Music City, a movement bringing together Sweden's two most dynamic industries: music and tech.

Host Samanda Ekman talks to Grace and Sara about how their extraordinary friendship started with a very, very long lunch, how to find the true value in a network and what it's like to be a woman in the traditionally male-dominated industry of music tech.

Listen to the podcast on Acast

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Find out more about everything Grace and Sara mentioned in the podcast by clicking on the links below:

A Woman's Place
Aussie choir member wows Abba in Sweden
The ABBA Choir
The ABBA Museum
Stockholm Music City
BabyBjörn
Universal Music Sweden
The Stockholm Startup Scene
SUP46
KTH Royal Institute of Technology

Keep in touch with A Woman's Place on social media using #awomansplace.

The wonderful music at the start and end of the podcast is called Lions and was composed by the all-female Stockholm-based band REIGN. Check them out on Facebook!

A Woman's Place is produced by The Local in partnership with Invest Stockholm.

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