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
Jo Eggers works as senior project administrator inside New Zealand central Government and we can to chat about what it's like being deep inside the machine.
Deborah Robb is a powerhouse of positivity, joie de vivre, and seeing all things glass half full. Working in, and loving the world of banking we go on a journey from South Africa to New Zealand.
Jim Donovan loves change and positive disruption! After leading many British and New Zealand companies is now a professional company director with wide industry experience, particularly in technology-based businesses, pan-industry bodies, and the research & education sectors.
One fun packed look back on 2017, picking out the gold as well as the full podcast recording made at #WellyTech Xmas Do
Vaughan welcomes back Jenene Crossan as they discuss the changes with Flossie.com and how important it is to take time to look after oneself, a lesson we can all take on-board.
Julie Treanor has worked in "HR / leadership" (people focussed areas) at all levels of the corporate ladder but recently decided to stride out on her own and found herself in Wellington's startups world.
Pia Andrews (recently married, you probably know her as Pia Waugh) is a deep thinker, a deliciously cohesive speaker and one of the most active and effective people we have ever met when it comes to making changes in how governments work.
Vaughan talks to Aliesha Staples who comes from a 13 year film industry and VR/AR content creation background. Aliesha is the founder of Staples VR, a production studio for the creative technologies sector, and Staples Rentals, an emerging technology equipment rental company.
Natalia Albert, Stats NZ Project Manager, discuses "experience gained elsewhere", discovering her passion for public sector, events, diversity, feminism and how men can support by getting out of the way.
Miki Szikszai (CEO Snapper) talks to us about change, how things change and why we need to change. We learn how Snapper evolved quickly to create a solution that customers flocked to.