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Best New Zealand Entrepreneur podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best New Zealand Entrepreneur podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Conversations with people who are living with purpose and having a positive impact in our world. We take time to listen to them as they reflect on their life journeys and what has shaped them into who they are today.
 
Are you an Entrepreneur, NZ importer or exporter and want to avoid costly mistakes, save time & money? Then make sure you subscribe to this weekly show. You will get insider knowledge and simple tactics to improve your business through real-world examples. We discuss things like "4 Ways an Overseas Supplier Will Cost You" and "True Price to Import 20ft Container to NZ - and How to Save Money". This is the only New Zealand podcast for business owners that import or export.
 
Jonathan Mosen MNZM is a Chief Executive, advocate, entrepreneur, technology expert and broadcaster. Direct from his studio in Wellington New Zealand, Jonathan talks about anything that takes his fancy this week, from technology to music to politics to disability issues and much more. And listeners love to talk back. It's a captivating listen in which you can be informed, entertained, amused, in strong agreement and strong frustration all in one episode. The best way to participate in the sh ...
 
Welcome to the Curiously Creative podcast. Each month we share conversations with all kinds of creative people, who share their journeys and unique perspectives around their own creativity. We hope these conversations help us understand our own creative process and have the courage to live more creative lives.
 
Angus Pauley interviews Dunedin based founders and experts in particular fields as they discuss the tools, tips, tricks and habits that have helped make them successful. Sometimes that means sharing their success stories, sometimes that means sharing their failures, but either way we have some interesting conversations for entrepreneurs. The Startup Dunedin Podcast airs every second Thursday at 9pm.
 
3rd February 2019 marks 10 years since former Royal Marine Andy Grant was blown up in Afghanistan consequently facing life as an amputee. Since that date, he's achieved incredible success - becoming the worlds fastest single leg amputee over 10km, climbed various mountains both literally and mentally. The Leg it Podcast showcases some of the people Andy has met during these 10 years - both in the public eye and not. Andy is joined by Tom Wickstead where they talk to these individuals and und ...
 
How can your legal practice attract more clients and build a thriving community? How can you achieve a perfect work/life balance? Most lawyers have no idea what it takes to run and grow a business - and why should they? That’s what this podcast is all about. We show you exactly how to take your business from boring to enchanting even if you don’t know the first thing about building a business. We don’t teach tricks or use hype. We show you what’s worked for us - including how we became one o ...
 
Offshoring and Outsourcing Philippines is produced by Vertical Internet Media Limited to provide insights and information about BPO industry in the Philippines as it may apply to customers in Australia, New Zealand, US, UK, Canada, and in fact, anywhere in the world. The podcast is produced as entertainment and should not be relied on for any business decision making without the listener independently ascertaining the situation and facts for themselves. The opinions expressed on this podcast ...
 
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Today’s guest is literally from the other side of the world. Catherine O’Connell is a New Zealander by birth, but she moved to Japan to study the language and worked as a practicing attorney there for years. But she recently opened her own solo practice, which is actually a first in the country. We discuss the differences in requirements between di…
 
Robert Wright is an intellectual property attorney out of Louisville, Kentucky. Intellectual property is not a discipline I’m terribly familiar with, so I’m excited to discuss the intellectual property as it pertains to a small firm business. We talk about what your intellectual property actually is in reference to your brand, how you can protect i…
 
Kia ora Mosen At largers. Thank you for your wonderful contributions which make the show what it is. Don't be shy, feel free to have your say. There are a few things in this episode you may have an opinion about. Here's a list of topics discussed and when we discuss them. Remember, if you use a podcast client that supports chapters, you can skip ea…
 
Business is Boring is a weekly podcast series presented by The Spinoff in association with Callaghan Innovation. Host Simon Pound speaks with innovators and commentators focused on the future of New Zealand. This week he talks to David Bell, an investor and business advisor. As a professor at US university Wharton, David Bell taught many successful…
 
Terry Shubkin is Chief Excitement Officer at Young Enterprise which is focused on "Inspiring Students. Unleashing Leaders." In this interview we hear about her life journey and what led her to taking on that role. I really enjoyed hearing about her background and interesting journey and lessons learned when making life decisions ("what's the worst …
 
In this episode, Michael reveals his realisations of 2020 and the changes he has made in response to learning from COVID 19. Apologies again for the sound quality on this episode, will have it fixed for the next episode. Show Notes: Open an account with Coinbase and get a €9 bonus:https://www.coinbase.com/join/hought_o2 Latest Update on Forestry Cr…
 
Robby D’Angelo is a Human Optimization Expert, Best-Selling Author, Speaker, and Coach who has spent the better part of his life, fighting obesity. Although he struggled with his weight, countless injuries and a negative self-image he became an All-American college football player. He attended The University of Southern Mississippi with a double un…
 
Sally curates unique learning experiences, sallyduxfield.com, and delivers may of her programmes at Makahika Outdoor Pursuit Centre and in this interview we find out about her background, influences, time in the military and what led to what she does today. We also find several rabbit holes to go down including what makes a good leader, how importa…
 
Steven Bryant is a certified divorce financial analyst, an interesting service available to family law litigators. Had I used a CDFA when I was doing family law, I may have stayed doing that for a while longer. But even if you’re not a family law attorney, you should still find some value out of this because it shows how you can build a team of exp…
 
Neil Woods is a former undercover cop who spent fourteen years (1993-2007) infiltrating drug gangs as an undercover police officer – befriending and gaining the trust of some of the most violent, unpredictable criminals in Britain. With the insight that can only come from having fought on its front lines, Neil came to see the true futility of the W…
 
Kia ora Mosen at largers. New Zealand is unlocked, unleashed and getting back on its feet again. We wish you well wherever in the world you are during this challenging time. Here's what's in store for you in another packed episode. Intro,0:00.000 Apple's Voice Control causing frustration,2:55.224 Audiophile's impression of the Sonos Move,10:01.254 …
 
Business is Boring is a weekly podcast series presented by The Spinoff in association with Callaghan Innovation. Host Simon Pound speaks with innovators and commentators focused on the future of New Zealand. This week he talks to Emily Miller-Sharma, General Manager at Ruby. One of the nicest things to come out of lockdown is a reconnection to crea…
 
On this weeks episode I sat down to talk to Canadian Elopement Photographer Candice Marie. There are no shortage of epic photos in Candice’s portfolio, they were the reason I had to talk to her about her work and what she does to prepare for her elopements. We ended up having a really long fun conversation about a ton of stuff, and I am excited to …
 
In this episode, Michael talks with Andy Edstrom, who is an expert on everything Bitcoin. He is a been a financial adviser for 7 years and was working in investors before then. We talk: - What its like to work on wall street. - Wolfe of Wall Street! - How a financial adviser turned to Bitcoin! - The advantages that Bitcoin has over other asset clas…
 
Lyndosha Jamison and Ian Hu were presenters at the ABA Tech Show, where they talked about public speaking for lawyers. Lyndosha is a solo practitioner who advises medical practitioners on all aspects of their business and Ian is a Canadian litigator who focuses on state litigation and insurance litigation. Public speaking can be a vital part of you…
 
Harry Tangye is a former Armed Response Sergeant in the Devon and Cornwall Police. He had a number of roles/responsibilities within the police including; Armed Response Sergeant in D&C Police Operational Firearms Commander Firearms Tactics Advisor VIP Protection Officer Senior Investigating Officer in Serious and Fatal Road Traffic Collisions Pursu…
 
Kia ora Mosen at largers. Thanks to all your incredible contributions, it's another busy show this week. Here's what's in it. Intro,0:00.000 COVID-19 update, and mask debate,1:05.580 Notetakers versus Braille displays with mainstream devices,6:28.249 iOS and Braille displays together are just too dodgy,11:02.897 Setting up the Zoom F6 when blind,18…
 
Business is Boring is a weekly podcast series presented by The Spinoff in association with Callaghan Innovation. Host Simon Pound speaks with innovators and commentators focused on the future of New Zealand. This week he talks to Asantha Wijeyeratne from PaySauce. Recently, local employment solutions provider PaySauce announced it had raised more t…
 
If you're blind and need to record dependable audio when you're out and about, the Zoom F6 multi-track field recorder is worthy of your serious consideration. When you can't see the pretty level meters on these recorders, ensuring you're recording at the correct level can be a challenge. The 32-bit float recording feature of the Zoom F6 takes care …
 
David is a lecturer at AUT and Co-Director of Mōhio's Climate Innovation Lab. In this interview we talk about his early life, the influence of his parents in shaping his focus on impact and many rabbit holes around public policy and consumer choice. David has a D.Phil in Politics from the University of Oxford and experience in journalism, publishin…
 
This week we have a Local Spotlight on Temecula Wedding Photographer Kate Garcia. Kate has been photographing weddings for as long as she can remember, and her work really speaks for itself, but what I admire from her the most is her ability to put out well written and interesting blogs full of helpful information. Some of her recent blogs have bee…
 
Lee Butler is a Liverpool based DJ hosting events all over the North West through his Ravin Fit brand and his music events. He currently has raised nearly £11,000 via his DJ Sets over Twitch. 📷 FOLLOW The Leg it Podcast ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/thelegitpodcast 🦆 The Leg it Podcast Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/legpodcast WATCH on …
 
Shelly Ingram returns! Although Shelly was just on the show a few weeks ago, in Episode 207, things have changed a lot since then, to put it mildly. In that episode, she was very excited about her new office, but immediately after we recorded there were stay at home orders issued and she had to quickly pivot to remote work. We talk about that trans…
 
Kia ora Mosen at largers. We trust you're keeping safe and well, both physically and mentally. At this time where we all need connection, it's a bumper podcast episode for you this week, full of listener contributions. Sonos move experiences,1:05.481 COVID-19 and the uncertain science of face covering for members of the public,2:24.783 How is the i…
 
Business is Boring is a weekly podcast series presented by The Spinoff in association with Callaghan Innovation. Host Simon Pound speaks with innovators and commentators focused on the future of New Zealand. This week he talks to Alice Lines from Homestyle magazine and Nicholas Burrowes, chairman of the Magazine Publishers Association. With the abr…
 
This is the audio of part of the opening session at the virtual Impact Unconference held on 24 April 2020 where I shared about the context in which the conference was happening and asked some questions about 'what next'. Full video of opening session: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XnL6mWDLHCE&t=1s Videos of the IU: https://www.impactunconference.…
 
In this episode, Michael talks with former Irish Rugby International Jamie Heaslip. Jamie provides insights into what hes doing after rugby, but we also talk about the processing of success when playing rugby. Jamie talks about how he manages his investments, knowing that his rugby career was going to finish in his 30s. He talks about how he looks …
 
We have double the fun today with two guests — Gyi Tsakalakis from AttorneySync and Joy Hawkins from Sterling Sky Incorporated. They presented a session at the ABA TechShow on how to market your practice online for almost free. Given where we are today, learning how to do some online marketing would be time well spent for most of us as attorneys. T…
 
Barry Hearn is an English sporting events promoter and the founder and chairman of promotions company Matchroom Sport. Through Matchroom, Hearn is also involved in many sports including snooker, darts, pool, tenpin bowling, golf (see PGA EuroPro Tour), table tennis[4] and fishing. Hearn is currently the chairman of the Professional Darts Corporatio…
 
On 25 April 2010, after a week of hard work and a massive social media build-up, the Internet radio station Mushroom FM launched. It's with pride and gratitude that we celebrate Mushroom Fm's 10th birthday by delving into Mushroom FM's extensive archives, hearing stories from its founders about the how and the why, telling the story of how it relau…
 
Business is Boring is a weekly podcast series presented by The Spinoff in association with Callaghan Innovation. Host Simon Pound speaks with innovators and commentators focused on the future of New Zealand. This week he talks to Mel Lewis from Ultrella. Every day a lot of people get up and apply a layer of aluminium to a sensitive area of skin tha…
 
Michael is New Zealand's premier speaking coach. We find out a lot about speaking in this interview - why we fear it and what can help. You will want to listen in on our conversation as I learned so much from his observations. We also hear about his early years (including in an orphanage) and leaving school very young and what led to being the spea…
 
Jenny has spent decades working in Philanthropy in New Zealand. In this interview we hear about her childhood and some of the influences that shaped her, becoming a teacher, travelling overseas and what she learned in India, the work she did with organisations involved in Philanthropy including working with Sir Roy Mckenzie on setting up his person…
 
Josh Lagrone is a wedding photographer based in Lakeland, Florida. Josh along with his wife Megan run their business The Lagrones and have a really great style of photography and are really great in capturing really great emotion with their couples and families. In this episode I sat down with josh to talk about how they got started, talk about the…
 
Jessi Patton is an estate planning attorney in Atlanta as well as part of the guiding force behind Juris Diction, a sponsor of the show and a program I’ve worked with for quite some time in my own practice. Jessi built her personal practice from scratch, and we get into the details of how that came to be, as well as discussing the challenges that w…
 
In this episode, we sit down again with accountant Paul Cheetham to talk about his thoughts on leadership during Covid-19, how important it is for leaders to lead during this time. His thoughts on how businesses will cope during Corona and once the lockdown is lifted. Finally how to manage this from a finance point of view. Find more about Sedulo h…
 
Hi Mosen at Largers. We hope you're keeping safe and well. We have another busy podcast for you this week as we prepare for Mushroom FM's 10th birthday celebrations, in which you can participate in several ways. On the show this week: Intro,0:00.000 COVID-19 in New Zealand,1:05.496 iPhone XR very sensitive,2:27.891 Send in your Mushroom FM memories…
 
In this episode Rushenka speaks to Timo Elliott who is a Global Innovation Evangelist for SAP. Timo explains the need for businesses to stay agile and flexible in these uncertain and disruptive times we are facing globally and the role that technology plays to keep businesses resilient. Talking points of the episode: (1:15) - How organisations can …
 
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