About Us

B2B Audio Strategy is a podcast agency helping Indigenous organizations in Canada see themselves as media companies. We work with you to produce stellar audio content that helps nurture positive relationships with clients and partners. We offer reduced rates to deliver workshops for non-profit agencies and educational institutions.

Producer Richard Perry will also volunteer to speak at certain events to help raise awareness of podcasting.

Podcasting workshop at the Mersey Tobeatic Research Institute

Email for my free GEAR GUIDE

Completed audio projects for
Some Fun Facts about Richard
40
Years experience
7
Podcasts produced
6
Mics owned
2008
First podcast
100% satisfaction guarantee

Fee Schedule

Podcast Consulting

$150/hour
  • Via phone or Skype

  • Conceptual planning

  • Options for themes/format

  • Further followup if required

  • 50% discount for non-profits

Conference Podcasting

$2,500
  • Two days at your location

  • Record 7-10 interviews

  • Ideal for speakers

  • Edit with intros, music

  • Deliver edited files to client

Turnkey Podcast Production

$5,000 - 7,000
  • Up to 10 episodes

  • Narration, music, effects

  • Uploading to podcast host

  • Sharing to social media

  • One-year free advice

B2B Audio Strategy

Podcast episodes

Ernie Daniels – First Nations Finance Authority

Ernie Daniels talks about his journey from growing up on Salt River First Nation in the NWT to his career as a CPA and now head of FNFA. With more than $620 million in capital disbursed to communities nationwide, he sees a bright future for entrepreneurs seeking opportunities in economically more powerful Indigenous communities. Recorded at the First Nations Leading the Way conference in Treaty 7 Territory, Calgary, Alberta on May 30, 2019. Here for FNFA website.

Coming soon! Season one of the Indigitech podcast.

A bi-weekly conversation with Indigenous business leaders in Canada who are leading digital transformation, technology and marketing innovation. Join host Richard Perry for insights into the rising entrepreneurial ecosystem among First Nations, Inuit and Metis communities. Available wherever you listen to your favourite podcasts.