Oct 10, 2016
Helen Shorthouse, Tech sector lead for Canterbury Development Corporation, joins David in a first #PWGSD (People Who Get Sh*t Done) episode format; one on one conversation with innovators, creatives and social enterprisers from Aotearoa/New Zealand. This 2nd of three technology themed shows covers some of Helen's role supporting technology growth, and the women in tech initiative she advocates for.
No beer this episode (it was 9am at the office). Fear not we've got big plans afoot for the rest of the month, with THREE additional '2x guests, topics, co-hosts, brews, weeks' episodes recording; all about innovators, creatives and social enterprisers.
Episode runs 35mins, with bonus (and newsworthy) conversation with your favourite co-host and mine, Mr Jaya Gibson, at the end for an additional 10mins.
Show notes and links:
Helen Shorthouse: Linkedin
Evernote: Capture what’s on your mind
Women in Tech - Christchurch: Meetup
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twice: We (usually) bribe innovators, creatives +social enterprisers with beer. They share amazing audio stories from Aotearoa/New Zealand. Produced, edited and co-hosted by David Binstead, with regular co-host Jaya Gibson and occasional guest co-hosts.
twice podcast #29 is a 43words production. ©43words/David Binstead 2016
Episode #30 with tech guests Ben Reid and Morgan Wilson publishes late October.