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Jul 3, 2016

Michelle Panzer from University of Canterbury Centre for Entrepreneurship and Catarina Gutierrez from Ministry of Awesome join Jaya and David to discuss attitudes and aptitudes surrounding learning, entrepreneurship and Chch/NZ startup culture, abstinence in the face of brilliant brews, and where professional journeys might be headed.

We're grateful to all our Patreon supporters, especially Dr Bee at Driedfrog and Clint Selby at ErgostyleNZ; also Quad co-work @QuadsquadNZ, The Beer Library @BeerLibraryCHCH, and C Lab co-work @C_LabNZ.

Show notes and links: 

UC Centre for Entrepreneurship

Start-Up Activation - Ministry of Awesome

Beer #1: Coffee IPA - Good George Brewing - Untappd

Beer #2: Flat White - 8 Wired Brewing Co. - Untappd

Three hard truths that will save higher education - Quartz

Fairphone | Buy a phone, join a movement

'Trump won't win' :Eric Smith on Twitter

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catarina gutierrez (@meCatarina) | Twitter

Jaya Mangalam Gibson (@jaya_gibson) | Twitter

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Questions & suggestions: twicepodcast@gmail.com

 

twice: two weeks in creative endeavour. Conversation with innovators, creatives, and social enterprisers boldly changing the world from Christchurch New Zealand. Current and upcoming projects, events and cool stuff, with two topics accompanied by liquid refreshments. Produced and edited by David Binstead, with regular co-host Jaya Gibson and occasional guest co-hosts.

Next episode #23 features Anne Cunningham and Jessica Halliday from Te Putahi/ FESTA organisers. Records mid July. Working title: [FESTAval].

Te Pūtahi - Christchurch Centre for Architecture and city-making

FESTA - Festival of Transitional Architecture

 

twice #22 ©43words/David Binstead 2016