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twice | two weeks in creative endeavour

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Founder stories and journeys to now of the people making positive dents on society, through innovation, creativity and enterprise. twice | Two Weeks In Creative Endeavour captures and shares tightly edited conversations from New Zealand, since 2015
64B: Figuring Out The Big Rocks with Ruth McDavitt and Finn Lawrence
Dec 12 • 40 min
Ruth and Finn on building great teams and advocating for diversity and inclusivity in tech, alongside revealing and funny stories of how they got to their now through formative influencers, moments and roles
64A: Building Bridges Between Learning And Earning with Ruth McDavitt and Finn Lawrence
Dec 5 • 38 min
Ruth matches students with meaningful paid internships and Finn is co-founder of New Zealand’s first carbon positive electric car-share programme. Chatting people, product and market opportunities in this two-part episode.
63B: Empathy Is The Key To Social Sustainability with Mim Marty and Sarah
Nov 28 • 38 min
#63B, Part 2 of 2, covers realising human potential, some of how Mim, Marty and Sarah got to now, through work, inspirational people in their lives, and younger selves’ sustainability hopes and dreams.
63A: People Need To Get Outside with Mim Marty and Sarah at Papa Taiao and CoLiberate
Nov 21 • 43 min
Talking realising sustainable human potential through education and wellness, with guests making positive dents on society.
62B: Licence To Impact with Louise Aitken and Chris Blues
Nov 14 • 58 min
Louise Aitken and Chris Blues from Akina Foundation go deep on licences to impact, value drivers for social entrepreneurs, and stewardship of the socent space. Episode runs 38mins with 20mins bonus material at the end. #62B/part 2
62A: Value Alignment At The Highest Level with Louise Aitken and Chris Blues
Nov 6 • 39 min
It’s great to chat with Louise and Chris from Ākina Foundation, our third sit-down with Ākina to explore social enterprise development and facilitation from New Zealand. They reflect on some of their World Forum thoughts, and offer insight into developi
61: Embrace The Millennial Mindset
Oct 31 • 33 min
Tim Jones/GrowGoodCo. embraced the Millennial mindset, Andrea Brewster/Girl Guiding NZ is super happy social enterprise is changing the world for good. Episode 61 guests captured at and shortly after the recent Social Enterprise World Forum - SEWF voices
60: More People Working On Stuff That Matters 2017 Low Carbon Challenge
Oct 27 • 36 min
Chatting with five of the six teams selected for the Wellington 2017 Low Carbon Challenge about their ideas and solutions to transition to a low carbon economy. More fun conversationally than it sounds. Good people doing great work from Wellington New Zea
59: Socially Minded Entrepreneurs Corporates And Brewers
Oct 23 • 33 min
SEWF 2017 voices 2/3 - revealing the what and why of some of the 1600 attendees at the Social Enterprise World Forum. Tightly edited conversations with a community manager for an outdoor gear co., an entrepreneur, a comms manager and a brewer.
58: Korero And Working Together SEWF voices 1/3
Oct 17 • 35 min
Why social enterprise, and what were people’s impressions, learns and takeaways from the Social Enterprise World Forum. The first of three 30min shows going behind the headlines and delving into the value and benefits of a developing sector. With humour…
57: Social Enterprise Sector Or Movement SEWF Day 3 summary
Oct 3 • 30 min
Our final Social Enterprise World Forum panel show, recorded at SEWF 2017 with MJ Kaplan, Anake Goodall, Levi Armstrong and Rebecca Stewart. David Binstead MC’ing. We chat on-the-ground impressions, and takeaways and learns for the good of the communities…
56: Openness To Serendipity SEWF2017 day 2
Sep 27 • 17 min
Daily twicepodcast shows from the 10th Social Enterprise World Forum, held this year in Christchurch New Zealand. Anake Goodall, MJ Kaplan and Bec Stewart join David Binstead in a panel chat about their daily thoughts, insights, (dreams) and impressions o
55: Its Our Time SEWF2017 Day 1
Sep 27 • 17 min
MJ Kaplan and Anake Goodall are joined by Bec Stewart to chat Social Enterprise World Forum day 1 takeaways. Held in Christchurch NZ for the first time in its ten year history, this event has attracted 1500 social entrepreneurs and impact enterprisers to…
54: Its The People Its The People Its The People SEWF2017 Day 0
Sep 26 • 19 min
Recorded nearly live at the 10th Social Enterprise World Forum in Christchurch. MJ Kaplan, Joanne Seagrave and Anake Goodall join David in this short-form special episode series.
53: Making Epic Sh*t Happen
Sep 19 • 82 min
Hannah Duder is CEO of Indigo and Iris, a makeup social enterprise using profits from the sale of mascara to restore sight to those in New Zealand and Pacific regions. Guy Ryan is a Filmmaker, organiser, and CEO and founder of social impact organisation,…
52D: NZ First And Social Enterprise with Ria Bond Election17
Sep 14 • 29 min
Ria Bond Community and Voluntary Sector spokesperson from NZ First chatted via remote call about social enterprise and community with David in this final fourth NZ election17 special episode.
52C: NZ National and Social Enterprise with Minister Alfred Ngaro Election17
Sep 13 • 40 min
Alfred Ngaro, Minister for Community and Voluntary Sector for the governing National Party gave time recently to chat social enterprise perspectives and policy. Episode 3 of 4 special NZ political party shows
52B: NZ Greens and Social Enterprise with Chloe Swarbrick and Gareth Hughes Election17
Sep 12 • 54 min
Chloe Swarbrick and Gareth Hughes chat social enterprise and engagement from NZ Greens perspective with Bec and David in a compressed episode, with refreshments
52A: NZ Labour And Social Enterprise with Poto Williams Election17
Sep 11 • 30 min
Poto Williams is NZ Labour’s Community and Voluntary sector spokesperson. She chats social enterprise and community with David Binstead in this first of four Election17 special episodes with senior politicians
51: Fantastic Little Cabbage
Sep 4 • 87 min
Alina Siegfried and Yoseph Ayele from the Edmund Hillary Fellowship talk solving humanity’s greatest challenges with impact entrepreneurship, via their first cohort assisted by the world-first Global Impact Visa
50: Chinook Social Events Coordinator
Aug 22 • 49 min
Social enterprise guests with craft beer, every two weeks from Wellington New Zealand. Samantha Rae-Jones is building a global ethical uniforms business, and Jenny Buckler is co-owner of The Misprint Co. dedicated to repurposing paper into notebooks
49.9: Free Beer Situation with George and Kieran from Garage Project
Aug 8 • 48 min
Gina (George) Daroux is cellar-door mgr and Kieran Burns is brew team lead for Garage Project, a young Wellington craft brewer. They share their and GP’s journeys to now, in hospitality, brewing, brand-building and doing cool stuff with hops
49.5: The Great Burger Equaliser
Aug 2 • 40 min
Sarah Meikle is Lead/Organiser/Chief Executive for Visa Welly On A Plate, one of NZ’s largest food festivals. This year’s event runs over 17 days and 100 venues from 11-27 August across the Wellington (North Island New Zealand) region. She shares the ins
49: Best Worst Day Of My Working Life
Jul 25 • 61 min
Vic carefully selected words, Leon drove a train, Jen had to rush off and David listened and learned. #49 delves into education futures, resistance and abridged journeys to now with Victoria Spackman, Director of Te Auaha Institute of Applied Creativity,…
48.5: Winter Ales Festival with Jane and Jay in The Craft Beer Capital
Jul 14 • 24 min
Jane Street and Jay Taylor are co-organising this year’s Winter Ales Festival. David recently chatted with these two community-focused souls over a morning ‘refreshment’ to find out more about the Festival, and also some of their own stories and tal
48: Old Peoples Homes For Opera Singers
Jul 10 • 72 min
Jo talked community barbarians, Heather kept BATS in check, Jen shrieked and David learnt lots.
47: Opening Lines On Tinder
Jun 25 • 67 min
Tim Browne is creating one of the premier mountain biking parks in the Southern hemisphere with his venture Dirt Farm. Jack Candlish crafts sustainably certified wooden surfboards right here in Wellington NZ. They both met their partners on Tinder. They c
46: Up For The Big Ask
Jun 10 • 59 min
Guests Catarina Gutierrez and Aaron Packard talk crowdfunding to build communities of people who bike, and offering solutions to the biggest threat facing the planet - that’s climate change. With guest co-host Caitlin McKay, and David Binstead
45: Nest Building While Egg Sitting
May 28 • 66 min
Co-founders Silvia Zuur and Ants Cabraal share Enspiral journeys, success and pain developing a new model for adult education in NZ with Chalkle, grunge bands, and craft beer tasted along the way.
44b: Wash Out The Hatred
May 19 • 49 min
Marianne Elliott and Murdoch Stephens are helping make NZ a better and more just place, by campaigning for people powered change at ActionStation; and by building support to Double The Quota of refugees given settlement in Aotearoa. Jen O’Sullivan guest c
44a: Jingo
May 15 • 43 min
Marianne Elliott, ActionStation and Murdoch Stephens, Doing Our Bit join Bec and David to talk people powered change and progress in doubling the NZ refugee quota. This part 1 of a 2 part episode
43: Far Higher Utility
May 1 • 64 min
Creative talent Jody and high utility Ben join co-hosts Bec and David to talk social enterprise SocEnt journeys, being a conscious consumer, supporting practical mental wellness and health, and staying hydrated.
42: Analogue Dog
Apr 19 • 62 min
Christina cruised dazzlingly, Hugh anti-verbosed, Bec was co-hostly and David laughed a lot. ThankYou Payroll are in the middle of a major crowdfunding campaign on PledgeMe. Here is some of their backstories and motivations, with beer
41: Enjoy Every Sandwich
Apr 3 • 63 min
Julia ate Hungarian, Reuben got inspired by sleeping and showering, and David flew [co-host] solo in this ‘about an hour’ episode.
40: Met On Tinder Marketing
Mar 20 • 60 min
Did Rebecca hit it off with Gabe and his chocolate. Did Jack hit it off with Rebecca and her baklava. Why no beers this episode. 60 fine minutes, at least three fine people. Listen in
38: Hipster Craft Beer Wedding
Mar 5 • 61 min
Our first craft brewer Annika Nischitky, our first luxury Africa fashions social enterpriser Pinaman Owusu Banahene, a creative returning guest co-host Jack Chapman, and asker of questions David Binstead
39: Deal With All The Woo Woo
Feb 20 • 59 min
Want to know from the bleeding edge about startups, accelerators and mentorship from New Zealand? You could do worse than give an hour to hear these amazing women really get sh** done #WWGSD. Emily Grinter, Entrepreneurship Manager for VicLink…
twice 37: A Lot Of Cats
Feb 6 • 50 min
Hannah Clarke, NZ Fringe Festival Director joins David in this extended #PWGSD (people who get sh** done) episode. She talks about how the Fringe has survived and thrived by being for the people. Lots of laughter and generously shared insight about cultur
twice 36: Deputy Head Librarian
Jan 30 • 76 min
Guests Lani Evans ( Vodafone Foundation NZ) and Anna Guenther (PledgeMe) talk diversity and community with guest co-host Caitlin MacKay and David Binstead. There is laughter, nakedness (on audio) and fancy swear words and [spoiler alert] fantastic RareBir
twice 35: Facipulation
Jan 8 • 62 min
Vaishnavi Iyer and Peter Jacobson, Inaugural Code for Aotearoa Fellows join guest co-host Jack Chapman and David Binstead to talk recent adventures in civic engagement and big data value creation for Wellington City Council and Land Information New Zealan
twice 33: Tinder For Founders
Dec 18, 2016 • 59 min
Leanna Dey and David Cameron join David Binstead around the podcasting table to talk social enterprise from their personal founder experience and expertise of two organisations driving social change. Heart of Wellbeing and LearnCoach are both digital plat
twice 34: Creating Our Tomorrow
Dec 11, 2016 • 63 min
Helene Malandain and Alex Hannant From Akina Foundation, and Gerry Higgins globally recognised advocate for social enterprise development for the last thirty years join David to chat all things social enterprise + World Forum plans for 2017.
twice 32.5: Uncle From Marrakesh
Nov 30, 2016 • 33 min
Colin Wright; bestselling author, speaker, YouTuber, blogger and vagabonding citizen of the world for the last seven years is our episode #32.5 #PWGSD (people who get sh** done) guest from the fantastic venue of Te Papa in Wellington.
twice 32: Bike Lane Party
Nov 20, 2016 • 69 min
Catarina Gutierrez and Rob Henderson join Jaya and David to talk all things bike. From Catarina’s recent trip to BikeBike in Detroit, to Rob’s Bikeshare scheme pilot developments from Christchurch we put the multimodal transit model to rights with a littl
twice 31: All The Things We Cannot See
Nov 7, 2016 • 68 min
Shelley Sutcliffe and Sheralee MacDonald join Jaya and David to talk all things geodata, regional tech development, diversity and beverages
twice 30: Tech Pays Better Than Music
Oct 24, 2016 • 63 min
Morgan Wilson and Ben Reid join Jaya and David to discuss coding, tech WOF’s, angel investing, and the usual unusual diversions into interesting technology, society and cultural weeds
twice 29: Blame The Little People
Oct 9, 2016 • 43 min
Helen Shorthouse joins David to talk technology development, capability and diversity from Christchurch New Zealand.
twice 28: Riding In Me Hooptie
Sep 25, 2016 • 65 min
Dave Lane, President of the Open Source Society of NZ joins Jaya and David for talk of singularity, exponential change and a passioned plea for open source software development and support. When we’re not tasting brews and testing New York slang words
twice 27: Beautiful Schmetterling
Sep 11, 2016 • 78 min
Sam Elder, Sean Barnes and Rachel Montejo from Akina Foundation join Jaya and David to talk all things social enterprise, when not tasting and rating a couple brews, talking running, space, and butterflies - really
twice 26: Rabbit Kama Sutra
Aug 28, 2016 • 63 min
Catarina Gutierrez, Molly Van Hart, Antz Rohan, Hazel Bradshaw and other podcast friends join Jaya and David for a 1st anniversary celebration episode.
twice 25: See How The Sausages Are Made
Aug 14, 2016 • 106 min
Charlie Gates and Georgina Stylianou, senior reporters for the Christchurch Press newspaper join Jaya and David to discuss journalism at the sharp end of rebuild, arts and theatre reporting beats, and in the digital.
twice 24: Watch The Artists Squirm
Jul 31, 2016 • 71 min
Rachael King; Literary Director of the WORD Festival , and Adam Hayward; Black Box Theatre arts projects manager and past BODY Festival director join Jaya and David to talk all things arts and culture. twice podcast from Christchurch New Zealand
twice 23: Grandiose and Underwhelming
Jul 17, 2016 • 78 min
Anne Cunningham and Jessica Halliday from Te Putahi Centre for architecture and city making, and the FESTA festival for transitional architecture join Jaya and David to talk architecture, art, politics and opinions about brews tasted and rated
twice 22: A Pinch of *********
Jul 3, 2016 • 65 min
Michelle Panzer from University of Canterbury Centre for Entrepreneurship and Catarina Gutierrez from Ministry of Awesome join Jaya and David to discuss entrepreneurship and startups from Christchurch, New Zealand
twice 21: Channel the Viking
Jun 19, 2016 • 66 min
Islay Rackham and Tim Jones join Astella and David to discuss their work at Kilmarnock Enterprises, B-Corp and Sales Operative; amongst indie-life vs wage slave debate, pressing the flesh, disability misrepresentation and man baggage
twice 20: Get Me Some Gap Filler Goat
Jun 6, 2016 • 87 min
Rachael Welfare/ GapFiller and Jane Gregg/Life in Vacant Spaces talk goats and dogs, community activation and activism, and the constabulary with Jaya and David. Beers are tasted, nobody gets hurt, dogs get read to.
twice 19: Where Is My Ukulele
May 23, 2016 • 73 min
Catarina Gutierrez, Startup Activator from Ministry of Awesome and Glen Pickering, World Buskers Festival Director return to discuss tales of funding and family journeys +conversational diversions befitting of a NZ podcast leaving its teenage years
twice 18: Heritage Porn
May 8, 2016 • 90 min
Laura Griffiths and Erin Jackson talk creative campaign design, and delve into market fragmentation and re-branding Christchurch; when Jaya and David are not talking heritage porn, recommending Scotch Eggs, and tasting and rating fine brews.
twiCE 17: Adventures with Vespa lighter fluid
Apr 25, 2016 • 71 min
Janne Willems and Paul Richardson join Jaya and David to discuss artistic direction and facilitation, when not sharing Scottish peoples’ pain and tasting two fine brews
twiCE 16: Quick Honey grab the hope
Apr 11, 2016 • 71 min
Ciaran Fox and Matt Walters talk independent publishing with Catarina and David, when not fielding recruitment karaoke questions and quaffing fine ales
twiCE 15: Horsemen of the Apocalypse
Mar 30, 2016 • 87 min
Chris Flack and Tom Norman discuss all things design with Jaya and David, lament the NZ-Flag design process and taste fine brews while pondering the future of design.
twiCE 14: Don’t Give an F for Trim
Mar 16, 2016 • 88 min
Melissa Baer and Glen Herud talk all things rural (NZ’s 2nd biggest export earner) with Jaya and David; when not crying about fashion crimes, getting boulders over mountains, and discussing being (well above) average.
twiCE 13: Bonds of Blonde
Feb 28, 2016 • 72 min
Netta Egoz and Antz Rohan discuss social enterprise and Pecha Kucha with Jaya and David over a [trial] breakfast edition
twiCE 12: Matriarch and Patriarch
Feb 15, 2016 • 61 min
Catarina Gutierrez/ Ministry of Awesome and Rob Henderson/ Chch Bike share & C-Lab discuss Christchurch transformations (if any) almost five years on, and Go By Bike Day; with co-hosts Jaya and David, and two brews tasted, tested and rated
twiCE 11: CoCA Pop[s] Robbie Burns Edition
Jan 31, 2016 • 80 min
Paula Orrell, Director/ Curator of the Centre of Contemporary Arts (COCA), and Blair Jackson, Deputy Director at Christchurch Art Gallery (CAG) discuss ‘State of the Arts’ with Jaya and David.
twiCE 10: Cuddle Party
Jan 17, 2016 • 75 min
Brie Sherow from Life in Vacant Spaces talks upcoming projects, surfing, expensive playgrounds and engaging audiences; wrapped up with two beers tested, tasted and rated. Other conversational rabbit-holes with Jaya and David run to 58mins official, + ther
twiCE 9.5: What could go wrong?
Jan 5, 2016 • 34 min
Jaya Gibson and David Binstead discuss their year including twiCE podcasting about innovation, creativity and social enterprise, and look ahead to 2016
twiCE 9: Pretending things.. #WBF2016 Director’s Cut
Dec 21, 2015 • 102 min
Glen Pickering and Catarina Gutierrez discuss art, late Xmas presents and the 2016 World Buskers Festival. With co-hosts Jaya Gibson and David Binstead
twiCE 8: Breakfast Foundation
Dec 6, 2015 • 71 min
Lani Evans and Kevin Park join Catarina and David to discuss Vodafone Foundation activities, and the upcoming Vodafone Xone Accelerator programme
twiCE 7: Not Everyday Sexism
Nov 22, 2015 • 43 min
Jess MacDonald, Jason Pemberton, and Erin Jackson join David to discuss overcoming everyday sexism, social enterprise ecosystems, and technology, all wrapped up with two brews tasted to see if they are true.
twiCE 6: Tofurkey and back again
Nov 8, 2015 • 45 min
Netta Egoz and Rob Henderson join Jaya and David to discuss Pecha Kucha, Halloween and fireworks, and summer holidays.
twiCE 5: Nightmare on pants-free Street
Oct 27, 2015 • 60 min
Catarina Gutierrez and Antz Rohan guest with hosts Jaya and David; talk social enterprise, solve life’s problems in sixty minutes or less
twiCE 4: Coathanger chocolate milk
Oct 12, 2015 • 48 min
TEDx ChCh, RWC meh, SocEnt updates; guests Nic Hetherington and Rob Henderson; Brown Bikkie joy and Hitachino disappointment
twiCE Pilot 3: Cowlight Savings Time
Sep 28, 2015 • 46 min
Lively discord about flags, parking, cows, social enterprise, and NZ coffee. Guest: Erin Jackson, joining David Binstead and Jaya Gibson