GameChangers is a show about people who play by their own rules in their careers. Join us as we speak with Melbourne-bred bright minds who have taken the road less travelled and found their niche.
In Season 2 we're taking some time out to reconnect, exploring the ways our GameChangers are forming connections in the world, by creating new communities, spaces, and technologies.
Cameron Knox is the CEO and Co-founder of Allume Energy, an engineer turned entrepreneur with a sunflower's love for solar energy. We spoke with him about what it's like making the move from the technical side of things into the world of business, and why his company's technology is perfectly positioned to bring clean energy to millions of people, all over the world.
Maria Thattil is a writer, model, influencer, entrepreneur, and Miss Universe Australia.
It's a serious resume, but if anyone is up to the challenge, it's Maria. We spoke with her about how she's using her platform to create change, and just how she manages to balance all of those spinning plates.
On Season 2 of GameChangers we're taking some time to re-connect. We're going all over the world to find a group of incredible new guests, who have built communities, technologies, and businesses that are focused on bringing people together.
Join us as we speak CEOs, Architects, Midwives, Artists, Influencers and Miss Universe, as they give us a rare insight into their lives and careers.
Download it wherever you get your podcasts from April 14.
Manita Ray is the CEO of ygap, a global organisation that helps emerging entrepreneurs have an impact. In the final episode of the season, we spoke with Manita about her work, and what it takes to make the world a better place.
Ruby Wang left her career as an Actuary and set off overseas looking for adventure, she came back with a business idea. Nudie Glow is bringing Korean Beauty to Australia. In episode Seven of GameChangers, Ruby gives us a glimpse behind the entrepreneurs mask.
Wei Sue & Shing Sheung
Sick babies need specialised medical equipment sized to suit their bodies, but prematurely born babies require even more specialised technology. Wei Sue and Shing Sheung are co-founders of NAVi Medical Technologies, a start-up that's developing cutting-edge technologies and procedures designed to save the lives of newborns.
Great episode with Maria Thattil in Season 2. Love the way she is using her platform for social causes she has a true passion for 🙌
Worth a listen
Really enoying this podcast so far - well put together and engaging content. Looking forward to future episodes!
Really interesting conversations - Seth, the host, listens kindly and asks thoughtful questions. I really enjoyed hearing how Jason grew Pride Cup from his personal experience playing football, and Laura’s thoughts on how she values empathy in her professional relationships.