Business is Boring #42: Gemma Hurst and Marcus Radich on not always waiting for the world to come to you
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 â€¦
Business is Boring #41: Wendy Thompson urges businesswomen to put themselves forward for recognition
Simon Pound talks to Wendy Thompson about the importance of women business owners promoting themselves.
Imagine flying your staff to Italy for a work trip? The sisters behind the Coco's Cantina restaurant and tell Simon Pound how, and why, they did it.
Business is Boring #37: Jen Ferguson and Glen Williams on expanding their beer, hot sauce & records empire
The NZ couple who've made a name for themselves selling craft beer, hot sauce and records in London tell Simon Pound how they did it.
Simon Pound talks to Simon Young about the power of Chinese social media and what that means for New Zealand brand.
Summer reissue: Business Is Boring #20 – Brooke Howard-Smith on how his million dollar failure led to success
In September Simon Pound spoke with telly star Brooke Howard-Smith about his little known past as a professional roller blade champion. What transpired was a story about how losing everything can be the best thing that ever happens to you.
‘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 â€¦
Recorded live at Seafarers & Ostro, Simon Pound talks to Sarah, Otis and Dick Frizzell about making art your business (includes food truck tales).
Simon Pound chats to Jessie Stanley of The Lovely Little Food Company about the importance of real ingredients in such a comforting dish as a pie.
Business Is Boring #30 – AUT Vice-Chancellor Derek McCormack on the changing nature of work and education
Simon and the head of AUT talk about how students prepare for an ever-changing work environment
Alex Fala talks to Simon Pound about how he went from being the second ever Rhodes Scholar of Pacific Island descent to being the new CEO of Vend.
Murray Crane of Crane Brothers makes clothes and somehow survives the NZ fashion market. Simon Pound finds out how.
Podcast: Business Is Boring #21 – Ryan Baker on how working from home became a competitive advantage
Mr Simon Pound talks to Timely CEO Ryan Baker about the extraordinary growth of the scheduling software company
Podcast: Business Is Boring #19 – Angela and Anna of Double Denim on fighting the gender gap in advertising
Simon Pound talks to Angela Meyer and Anna Dean about closing the gender gap in all things business.
Podcast: Business Is Boring #18 – James Crow of Nice Blocks on why paying staff a living wage is good for business
Simon Pound talks to James Crow who, among other things, explains why paying staff a living wage is good for business.