Emily Loughnan is a passionate and creative business owner who started design agency Clicksuite in 1993 to create experiences using digital media. We talk startups, design, old skool tech, wineries, ending up with "women in tech" as Emily talks about her experiences in the workplace.Read More
A wide ranging conversation with Eva Sherwood (Sales at Oracle and board member of NZTech focused on 'women in tech') and her fascinating story and great commentary and perspective on women in tech.Read More
Friend of the show, Grant Foggo, is a connector of people working at StratAspire – who are a growth and sales consultancy. We talk about how sales, account management, relationships and outcomes. Companies spend too much time hunting for new business rather than keeping clients happy.Read More
Tapio co-founded Fuelled to provide a fast, flexible, user-friendly form of finance that lets growth businesses turn their outstanding invoices into cash. He has had a varied career in tech in NZ with previous roles at Kiwibank, Microsoft, Fronde and Oracle. Let's find out how the Finnish developer took courage in his hands and moved up into leadership and onto running a company.Read More
Hamish Fraser started Verb 14 years ago and is the primary vehicle for his consultation services, business connections and software services. However he has also been one of the youngest members of Timaru District Council and advocates for the tiny house movement and living mindfully whilst living with his family in a bus.Read More
Merrin MacLeod previously of Rails Girls and dev at Flick Electric talks Kiwi Ruby, the upcoming conference she is organising.
It's being held on Thursday 2 November (workshops) and Friday 3 November (conference) at Te Papa on the Wellington waterfront.
Stephanie Pride walks us through the Arts Tech (speed dating night) event she ran during Techweek 2017 as we catchup at our wrap up of #twnz17.
Thanks to all that come along, we hope you had a great time and thanks for asking us the questions.
Into the mighty Taranaki, or "Taradise" as Adrian called it :)
We were invited by Graham Nelson and Jacqui Elley to visit the Manifold co-working space in New Plymouth and, it is a gorgeous working arena into which a number of Taranaki start-ups are beavering away at changing the world.Read More
We were both intrigued as to how Farming2020 event would gel/clash with the ideas espoused at Silicon Mahia and the answer came with our chat with Peter, the driving force behind the event, and the innovators we spoke to ... listen up.Read More
A trip to the East Coast is always fun and the Silicon Mahia day was FULL of fun! And it was full of Maori mana as the packed event heard by speaker after speaker say that there is nothing to loose by stepping into the future, remember the past explorers and reach for the stars - it was stirring stuff.Read More
A gorgeous drive from the Auckland to Tauranga and out to see Pascale and the team at the Windermere Campus of Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology where they have brought together 8 teams of students to create, validate and pitch a full business idea ... all in 2 days - now that's a Mashup!Read More