Each Monday we'll have a quick catch up with Hiria Te Rangi to see how the product, the charity Whare Hauora, and the scaling are progressing. Every start-up has their own story however they all experience similar trials and tribulations, success and golden moments - follow along to see how a New Zealand start-up does it.
Tough times call for tough decisions by tough people and if there's one thing you've learnt through the past episodes it's that Hiria Te Rangi is one tough woman. She explains all …
Also on June 22nd we will be kicking off a major campaign to help Whare Hauroa raise the money - WATCH THIS SPACE!
A double session from Hiria as we catch up on the goings on with Whare Hauora, it’s investment journey, the deal with the PledgeMe backers and their sensors, how China’s working out, and HOW YOU CAN HELP!
HOLY WHAT!! Whare hauora, got through to round 2 out of almost 7000 organisations!!!
WOW ...so I might be going to Dubai..
We find out from Hiria that the PledgeMe products are being tested, that getting $ for social investment in New Zealand is hard, and that the boys may have a plan to get $100,000 ... watch this space.
It's hard being a startup in New Zealand, it's even harder being a social enterprise and looking for social investment $. It's a big maunga to climb, but Hiria and her corporate background has more than a start upon the journey ...
Hiria explains to Mike and Raj how Whare Hauora is now on a stable footing with technical and manufacturing partners in place ready for the New Zealand winter. Oh, and the episode title? - Hiria looks back and gives advice to startups going through their first year or so.
Hiria catches us all up with her 2018 wrap up - so much has happened and SO much to come.
Sorry about the delay in getting Hiria's report to you, without further ado let’s get Hiria in your ears and check out what the China deal is all about.
Changes in the ownership, trip to China to talk tech suppliers, having a consumer-ready version and a community focused one. It’s all go with Hiria and Whare Hauora.
Hiria discusses the partnerships, the on-going Chinese adventures, the winning of the award, and how she is looking after herself which is so key in any startup.
News: Whare Hauora won a 2018 New Zealand Open Source Award, the People’s Choice!
Hiria tells us about the challenges of finding a manufacturer, the change in ownership, and some updates on delivery dates for sensors.
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.
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.
Our weekly chat with Whare Hauora and thanks to Hiria’s renewed mojo she takes us through the plans, the challenges, and the changes of her startup.
We receive an update from Hiria as she traipses the West Coast of America in search of knowledge, connections, and investment ...
Hiria talks about organisations keen to trial the sensors, what the data will show people in their houses, and her trip to the US.
Hiria takes us through the Whare Hauora Pledgeme, running pilots for teams in Waikato, and why they have pushed out manufacturing until February.
Hiria also has three BIG announcements!
With Hiria in all parts of the country we had to jump onto a quick Google Meet to catch up. Some big learnings (maybe even a pivot), some new rewards and only SEVEN DAYS TO GO!
It’s all about the PledgeMe project, answering questions, running workshops, doing media and getting the word out there. Meet Hiria in Auckland and show her your corporate support.
Listen about the PledgeMe project ... and then GO PLEDGE!
The journey continues and this week Hiria Te Terangi, Kaiwhakahaere at Whare Hauora, discusses the partnerships the charity is making, especially getting the sensors nationwide. And we have a PledgeMe date - 20th July!
Welcome to Hiria Te Terangi, Kaiwhakahaere at Whare Hauora, and her inaugural weekly update on running a startup. Each Monday we'll have a quick catch up with Hiria to see how the product, the charity Whare Hauora, and the scaling are progressing.
Start-ups are hard, actually making a difference is tough, and doing it with open and transparent principles could mean it was a step too far - but not with Hiria and the team, they are determined and Whare Hauora is going to help bring health to all Kiwis.