Ben Gracewood is a stalwart of the New Zealand tech scene having worked his way through development, TV punditry, manager, event organiser, and all through it he has held his principles in front and his head high.
Hiria's back with her weekly Whare Hauora catch up, and whilst it's fun, exciting, and definitely a rush running a startup there are times when it's stressful, draining, and lonely.
James Macnee lives in the idyllic north of New Zealand where he is a consultant in the tech world designing systems that enable rapid delivery while increasing stability for such agencies as Ministry of Social Development and others.
Keeping up with Hiria as the Whare Hauora journey continues with partnerships, agreements, terms, and the potential to ‘go public’ with some sort of social enterprise … listen to this space.
We welcome not just Sarah Bickerton to the podcast but our co-host Vivian Chandra and her first recording ... and it was a meeting of kindred spirits as they are both Physics undergrads who then ended up doing more sociology!
Tony McDonald and John Weaver run through the many facets of their company - from offering transition to cloud services, full IT management, re-carpeting a business and providing full information security. We also talk beer and music!
People, they talk, mostly about tech stuff but not always - it's all about the community and letting them have their voice, and so we do ... enjoy.
Christina Bellis and Catarina Gutierrez from Thankyou Payroll talked through how they see "social enterprise” in New Zealand, why it matters to them personally, and how they ended up in such an organisation.
Agile Project Manager / Scrum Master at Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa