Jul 31, 2018
Thomas Maharaj is committed to making education better for New Zealand’s young people (aged 5-15), and he’s doing that by building a startup to get everyone in the community involved. This episode introduces some of the thinking behind his idea, its structure and measurement; and funding for a test-case.
I’m excited to be checking in with Thomas every couple of months along his startup journey, and sharing some of his and that story as it unfolds. Thanks for joining us for the #impact ride.
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