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Tightly edited stories, learns and journeys to now of entrepreneurially-minded people making positive impact. 2015-2018

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Jan 30, 2018

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Poppy and Ceara chat about how and why their Tinder for volunteering [without regrets] Collaborate app can help connect hard to reach digital-native volunteers with meaningful opportunities. Poppy showed strength through being vulnerable, talking about depression and how it has acted as a catalyst for her to build community.

Some of the focused conversations:

  • The evolving volunteer sector
  • Remote volunteering
  • Why social enterprise
  • Changing definitions of success
  • Product design
  • Gender equity
  • Advice for impact/giving back
  • Depression and community
  • Some of their journeys to now (from about 30mins)

Episode support from: BizDojo Wellington, Collider Wgtn

Show notes and links:

Initiatives of Change New Zealand - Home | Facebook

Social Change Collective

Creative HQ - New Zealand's Innovation Experts

Kōkiri: Calling all Māori entrepreneurs and innovators | Scoop News

Springload | Digital strategy


Poppy Norton: Instagram | LinkedIn


Ceara McAuliffe Bickerton: Instagram | LinkedIn

Collaborate: website | Twitter | Facebook | Linkedin

twice | Talks With Innovators, Creatives & Enterprisers: Twitter @twicepodcast | Instagram @twicepodcast

David Binstead: Twitter @david_binstead

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#68: Ceara and Poppy on Digital Volunteering with Collaborate App | Hosted, independently produced, and ©43words/David Binstead 2018, all rights reserved. From Wellington, Aotearoa/New Zealand, since August 2015.

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