Access Granted podcast featuring Mike Riversdale, Raj Khushal, Pascale Hyboud-Peron, Vaughan Rowsell and others sharing the NZ people from tech, social media, startups and upstarts
We have Lucas, Kay, Mike, Raj and of course Mauricio gathering around a the table at Golding's Free Dive to discuss the tech issues of the day!
Adam Shand is enjoying a journey that involves a lot of learning. WiFi for communities, how movies work (and don't), how to become sustainable, and what makes great managers tick and how to support them.
Gavin Knight has a story that is both typical and individual as he takes us behind the word "consultant" and exposes what it's really like to work for many clients, a handful of agencies and ultimately for oneself.
Merridy Marshall is a powerhouse taking the world of tech to the kids (big ones and small ones) through bringing Code Club Aotearoa to Wellington and touring with the Robotics Roadshow.
Katarina Kolich is Head of Enterprise Data and Information Services at BNZ. Whilst we touch on her work we focussed mostly on her role in engaging more women into tech and specifically into the data sciences arena. This work includes New Zealand's first ever Stanford Women In Data Sciences (WIDS) Conference to be held in Auckland on March 5th.
We finish off our chats with the 2017 Mahuki cohort by finding out what the teams had worked upon, how they found the programme and, most importantly, what next.
After an introduction about Mahuki we found out what the 2017 teams had worked upon, how they found the programme and, most importantly, what next.
Dave Knight is a salesman at heart, he knows how to sell, and he has the tips for you. Why does Access Granted talk with "sales people" - we believe that New Zealand tech and media has a big issue, it can't sell what it makes, and that holds especially true for newly formed businesses ("start-ups").
Dean Johnson is an experienced consultant that has worked in many countries, mainly in the banking industry. As we cover all of the tech industry we were honoured to hear Dean's story AND to get to grips with his THREE tips for all people that work in tech, no matter at what level.
Sam Jarman is a man on a mission and has the focus and goals of someone with many more years his 'senior'. From working as a dev, to being a futurist and technology commentator he has a passion to share the world of technology.
Engagement | Tech | Comms | Connector | Champion of Good Things that Work and Good People
Mike joins Katarina Kolioch and team as they host the first ever New Zealand Women in Data Sciences Conference
Eva Sherwood brought together Tui Te Hau, Greg Sheehan, and Nicole Ferguson to celebrate diversity and inclusion within tech.
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