Dec 7, 2015
This week Lani Evans, Strategy and Grants Lead for the Vodafone Foundation; and Kevin Park, Xone Manager for Vodafone NZ join Catarina Gutierrez/ Ministry of Awesome and David Binstead in an extended edition to discuss some of the work of the Foundation, and matters surrounding the upcoming Vodafone Xone accelerator programme launch. We also taste and rate fine brews, and otherwise get to the bottom of other 'important' matters; marmite love or hate, and the kittens vs puppies debates.
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twiCE - two weeks in creative endeavour
A podcast about the people involved with innovation, creativity, and social enterprise connected (however tenuously) with Christchurch, New Zealand. twiCE guests gather fortnightly to discuss current and upcoming projects, events and happenings, then dive into a couple diverse topics accompanied by craft beer. Hosted, produced and edited by David Binstead, and with regular co-host Jaya Gibson, and occasional guest co-hosts.
twiCE episode #8: ©43words 2015