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Business Is Boring

By The Spinoff

Host Simon Pound talks to some of New Zealand's most exciting innovators in an effort to prove that business isn't boring.

  1. 1.
    Business is Boring with Stephanie Post and Hayley White from Auckland Art Fair04/18/2019
    24:30
  2. 2.
    Business is Boring with Dan Mclaughlin and Mark Neal from Scapegrace04/11/2019
    27:50
  3. 3.
    Business is boring with Grant Straker from Straker Translations04/04/2019
    43:42
  4. 4.
    Business is Boring: Jenny Morel03/28/2019
    29:25
  5. 5.
    Business is boring: John Macaskill-Smith03/22/2019
    39:10
  6. 6.
    Business is Boring: Dr Will Barker and Imche Fouri from Level 2 and Mint Innovation03/14/2019
    32:04
  7. 7.
    Business is Boring: Asuwere with Sam and Noah Hickey03/06/2019
    35:51
  8. 8.
    Business is Boring: Elisha Watson03/01/2019
    54:48
  1. 9.
    Business is Boring: Angus Brown from Arepa02/21/2019
    34:15
  2. 10.
    Business is boring: Emily Heazlewood02/14/2019
    25:16
  3. 11.
    Business is boring: Hikurangi Cannabis Company02/07/2019
    35:00
  4. 12.
    Business is boring: Mahmood Hikmet01/31/2019
    29:47
  5. 13.
    Mark Kneebone creating safer spaces within festivals01/24/2019
    44:37
  6. 14.
    Native Rituals01/17/2019
    32:22
  7. 15.
    The entrepreneur empowering Māori and pacific business12/19/2018
    38:06
  8. 16.
    The team getting kiwis to invest12/13/2018
    42:23
  9. 17.
    The kiwi leading the digital move of law firms12/05/2018
    45:01
  10. 18.
    The genius behind the kiwi films we have all heard of11/29/2018
    49:28
  11. 19.
    The Business Chat: The nature of reality and other weighty matters11/22/2018
    33:44
  12. 20.
    The Kiwi bringing software as a service into the world11/15/2018
    36:39
  13. 21.
    Veronica Harwood-Stevenson and native bee bioplastic11/07/2018
    28:43
  14. 22.
    Phil Thomson and his team are bringing down crime and making the community a safer place11/02/2018
    47:56
  15. 23.
    Organic alternative and foster the movement with Helen Robinson10/25/2018
    28:00
  16. 24.
    Nat Cheshire and a special start to Auckland City10/18/2018
    56:29
  17. 25.
    Creating great teams with Sandy Mamoli10/10/2018
    31:02
  18. 26.
    Steven Renata, CEO of Kiwa Digital10/03/2018
    37:31
  19. 27.
    The Business Chat: Suffrage 125, Fonterra, and wedding magazines09/27/2018
    30:13
  20. 28.
    Telling Pasifika stories in a true Pasifika voice09/20/2018
    34:05
  21. 29.
    Together Journal is a celebration of love and modern wedding culture09/13/2018
    31:40
  22. 30.
    Murray Bevan on growing some of New Zealand's biggest fashion brands09/06/2018
    35:50
  23. 31.
    The Social Club is helping social media influencers take over the advertising world08/29/2018
    31:07
  24. 32.
    Mike Carden talks SaaS and his life after Sonar608/23/2018
    46:16
  25. 33.
    The Business Chat: Elon Musk, Māori innovation, and the worth of a university degree08/20/2018
    37:13
  26. 34.
    Kōkiri is an accelerator helping Māori entrepreneurs find their feet08/09/2018
    39:24
  27. 35.
    Iyia Liu on predicting trends and how Kylie Jenner helped her business08/02/2018
    33:49
  28. 36.
    Frances Valintine is working to get society ready for a digital future07/26/2018
    41:14
  29. 37.
    Sam Stuchbury is making sure people take Gen-Z seriously07/19/2018
    39:35
  30. 38.
    SwipedOn is streamlining visitor management from super yachts to petrol stations07/12/2018
    39:24
  31. 39.
    Sunfed foods is making meat-free meat an option for everyone07/04/2018
    44:29
  32. 40.
    The Business Chat: Anatomically correct cow models, self-flying planes, and single use plastic06/28/2018
    32:59
  33. 41.
    Bridgit Hawkins is helping farmers save water and money06/21/2018
    38:33
  34. 42.
    Tim Lightbourne of Invivo wine talks branding, taking risks, and Graham Norton06/14/2018
    41:45
  35. 43.
    How Dexibit is revolutionising museums and galleries using big data solutions06/07/2018
    32:18
  36. 44.
    Vaughan Rowsell of Vend has brought Point of Sale software into the 21st century05/31/2018
    57:51
  37. 45.
    The Business Chat: Budget 2018, Techweek, and Ethical Dairying05/24/2018
    37:47
  38. 46.
    Natalie Robinson of Mum's Garage helps guide founders from dream to reality05/17/2018
    31:24
  39. 47.
    Glen Herud founded Happy Cow Milk to make a difference in the dairy industry05/10/2018
    41:40
  40. 48.
    Shaveer Mirpuri is creating commercial ventures using AI.05/02/2018
    39:00
  41. 49.
    The Business Chat with Simon Pound, Maria Slade, and Duncan Greive04/29/2018
    33:30
  42. 50.
    Matt Weavers is making e-bikes more affordable04/19/2018
    23:29
  43. 51.
    Jennifer Rutherford of the Hi-Tech Trust on diversifying the tech industry04/12/2018
    23:25
  44. 52.
    Bird on a Wire takes free range chicken and healthy salads to the people04/05/2018
    29:22
  45. 53.
    How one seed potato grew into a business for Jade Temepara03/29/2018
    29:11
  46. 54.
    How crowdfunding website Press Patron is helping to create quality journalism03/21/2018
    33:47
  47. 55.
    Miriana Lowrie is making trade credit a simple, paperless process03/15/2018
    28:37
  48. 56.
    Dr Sam Hazeldine: "You've got to be hungry".03/07/2018
    45:31
  49. 57.
    Talking commentary with Spalk co-founder Ben Reynolds02/27/2018
    29:24
  50. 58.
    Flossie's female lead: Jenene Crossan is solving two problems in one app02/22/2018
    39:55
  51. 59.
    An underground kitchen with a sky-high target02/14/2018
    26:20
  52. 60.
    WeCompost is keeping tons of waste out of landfill02/08/2018
    26:39
  53. 61.
    A lawyer, writer and mother on why mothers are as ambitious as anyone01/31/2018
    28:55
  54. 62.
    Nick Shewring, co-founder of co-working company 'BizDojo,' is opening the conversation around mental health in entrepreneurship.01/24/2018
    38:08
  55. 63.
    Why being Māori and from New Zealand is an advantage when trying to sell your video game at E301/18/2018
    40:02
  56. 64.
    Think start-ups are only run by single guys and their friends? Meet Dr Alyona Medelyan01/17/2018
    27:06
  57. 65.
    Why hiring tangata whenua should be a priority for all businesses12/21/2017
    33:16
  58. 66.
    What the tech sector can learn from pop culture fandoms12/13/2017
    34:10
  59. 67.
    She's flying with NASA and fighting Gwyneth Paltrow's fake science at 1812/07/2017
    27:31
  60. 68.
    The Rowan Simpson founder-centric approach to being a company director11/30/2017
    36:04
  61. 69.
    The 22 year old entrepreneur on why he disrupted his successful business11/23/2017
    41:48
  62. 70.
    How Lewis Road Creamery made gold from chocolate milk11/16/2017
    40:24
  63. 71.
    BIB Repeat: TV Producer Bailey Mackey on being in the middle of a global bidding war11/09/2017
    41:32
  64. 72.
    Scott Blanks on 20 years of comedy at The Classic11/02/2017
    31:08
  65. 73.
    Theresa Gattung on Telecom, surviving public scrutiny and investing in women innovators10/26/2017
    34:18
  66. 74.
    Always be ready to sell: Mark Hurley on selling to an $11 billion agency10/19/2017
    21:27
  67. 75.
    Cloud technology is the future and the future is now10/12/2017
    26:37
  68. 76.
    Deanna Yang on why Moustache Milk & Cookie bar is now a completely different business10/04/2017
    33:09
  69. 77.
    Craig Cotton on leading Charlie's into teenage-hood and remembering to keep family involved09/27/2017
    24:36
  70. 78.
    The man who produced Evil Dead and Zena on the art of producing09/18/2017
    32:59
  71. 79.
    If you think your organisation doesn't have a gender pay gap, you're probably wrong09/07/2017
    27:30
  72. 80.
    Cindy Gallop on the social sex revolution and going as big as YouTube08/31/2017
    28:16
  73. 81.
    The news business as a platform: The new Fairfax CEO on Stuff, paywalls and podcasts08/24/2017
    27:55
  74. 82.
    The cure to cancer may be closer than we think, all thanks to a kiwi invention.08/16/2017
    38:01
  75. 83.
    Is working 9 to 5 really that necessary?08/10/2017
    22:29
  76. 84.
    Diversity doesn't just mean straight white women: Mai Chen on the growing need for Asian leaders in NZ businesses08/03/2017
    28:29
  77. 85.
    How Burger Burger are giving hospo staff the respect they deserve07/27/2017
    32:14
  78. 86.
    Joan Withers on employing diversity without enforcing quotas07/19/2017
    34:28
  79. 87.
    How Sharesies is making investment portfolios for everyone, not just the rich07/13/2017
    24:38
  80. 88.
    Jan Hellriegel's warning for young musicians: always read the fine print07/06/2017
    17:58
  81. 89.
    A guide to ethically importing bananas with Karma Cola's Chris Harrison06/29/2017
    26:37
  82. 90.
    The angel investor breakdown: do you really need millions of dollars?06/23/2017
    27:42
  83. 91.
    Business is Boring replay: Karen Walker06/15/2017
    32:51
  84. 92.
    Jamie Ford of Foresight Learning on what New Zealanders need to learn from the Australians06/06/2017
    22:39
  85. 93.
    Could New Zealand's future lie with luxury goods?06/01/2017
    30:20
  86. 94.
    Bill Reichert of Garage Ventures calls for the scrappy standout in the entrepreneur crowd05/24/2017
    25:24
  87. 95.
    Sue De Bievre of Beany on the cloud creating flexibility for working mothers05/17/2017
    22:29
  88. 96.
    Holly Cardew of Pixc on what's to be gained from working within Silicon Valley05/11/2017
    25:46
  89. 97.
    The AirBnB of parks: Parkable and Campable are turning your empty spaces into a business05/04/2017
    26:29
  90. 98.
    Techweek Special: Patrick McVeigh delivers all your Techweek'17 essentials04/26/2017
    22:55
  91. 99.
    Christina Bellis and Lani Evans are turning an IRD subsidy into a force for good04/19/2017
    14:18
  92. 100.
    Adàn Tijerina of Almighty Juices on why immigrants make ideal entrepreneurs04/12/2017
    18:40
  93. 101.
    Lisa King of Eat My Lunch on dealing with massive growth and making 1400 lunches EVERY DAY04/05/2017
    26:09
  94. 102.
    My Food Bag co-CEO Cecilia Robinson on why you have to destroy your own market share03/31/2017
    24:33
  95. 103.
    Vic Crone on Xero, her Auckland Mayoralty bid and what's next for Callaghan Innovation03/24/2017
    27:58
  96. 104.
    Lance Wiggs on how TradeMe was worth even more than its $750m sale price03/16/2017
    29:08

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