9 episodes

The SHINE TASMANIA podcast shares the journeys of amazing individuals in business in Tasmania, Australia. In Season 1, you’ll learn about the overnight transformations of Launceston’s Harvest Market, a woman’s journey to becoming a wine educator, the art of boutique retailing, and much more. SHINE TASMANIA is brought to you by Dr Bronwyn Eager, Dr Toby Newstead, and Dr Gemma Lewis from The University of Tasmania, with Season 1 hosted by Sara Redman.

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The SHINE TASMANIA podcast shares the journeys of amazing individuals in business in Tasmania, Australia. In Season 1, you’ll learn about the overnight transformations of Launceston’s Harvest Market, a woman’s journey to becoming a wine educator, the art of boutique retailing, and much more. SHINE TASMANIA is brought to you by Dr Bronwyn Eager, Dr Toby Newstead, and Dr Gemma Lewis from The University of Tasmania, with Season 1 hosted by Sara Redman.

    Jen Murnaghan: Founder of Digital Dandy, digital marketing agency... and so much more!

    Jen Murnaghan: Founder of Digital Dandy, digital marketing agency... and so much more!

    In this episode, Dr Gemma Lewis catches up with Jen Murnaghan to learn about her journey to Tasmania and how she's established herself in business. This episode was recorded live at the University of Tasmania Open Day in Hobart, Australia.
    Jen Murnaghan identifies as a proud generalist and embraces opportunities. She's the Owner Principal at Digital Dandy, a digital content marketing business... and: Senior Content Marketing & Creative Communications Consultant, Digital Marketing Coach, Brand Storyteller and an Irish expat living in Tasmania... and so much more! Jen is a champion of the arts and events in Tasmania.
    The Shine Tasmania podcast is brought to you by Drs Bronwyn Eager, Gemma Lewis, and Toby Newstead at the University of Tasmania. 
    Links:
    Learn more about Jen at https://www.linkedin.com/in/jenmurnaghan
    Check out the Sine Tasmania website: http://shinetasmania.com/
    Jen's business Digital Dandy: https://www.digitaldandy.com.au 
    Do you know someone who deserves a bit of 'shine' who you think would be great to interview for the podcast? Email us at shinetasmania@gmail.com
    For all episodes and information about the podcast, visit www.shinetasmania.com

    • 31 min
    Selena Palmer: Making tracks in the automotive industry

    Selena Palmer: Making tracks in the automotive industry

    In this episode, Sara talks to Selena Palmer, an influencer in the automotive industry in Tasmania. We hear about Selena’s career pathway and how she came to lead her family business, NBC Auto Parts & Engineering, and her experience of launching a program (with a racing car!) to inspire the next generation of automotive apprentices.

    Do you know someone who deserves a bit of 'shine' who you think would be great to interview for the podcast? Email us at shinetasmania@gmail.com

    For all episodes and information about the podcast, visit www.shinetasmania.com

    • 24 min
    Lindi McMahon: building a retail and interior styling business in Launceston, Tasmania

    Lindi McMahon: building a retail and interior styling business in Launceston, Tasmania

    Lindi McMahon drew on her experience in the corporate world, backed herself, and launched ‘Hope & Me’ – the beautiful retail store (and so much more!) in Launceston, Tasmania. She shares insights gained from running her own business for over 11 years, working with her daughter, and the importance of keeping up to date with marketplace trends and engaging with your customers.

    Do you know someone who deserves a bit of 'shine' who you think would be great to interview for the podcast? Email us at shinetasmania@gmail.com

    For all episodes and information about the podcast, visit www.shinetasmania.com

    • 28 min
    Amelia Padgett: founding Launceston's Amelia Cafe, and becoming a mental health practitioner

    Amelia Padgett: founding Launceston's Amelia Cafe, and becoming a mental health practitioner

    Amelia Padgett, the founder of Launceston’s Amelia Café, shares her inspiring story, discussing resilience and the benefits of trying on multiple careers and building a strong work ethic to achieve your dreams.

    Do you know someone who deserves a bit of 'shine' who you think would be great to interview for the podcast? Email us at shinetasmania@gmail.com

    For all episodes and information about the podcast, visit www.shinetasmania.com

    • 24 min
    Lola Cowle: defining a values-driven career pathway and working for community organisations

    Lola Cowle: defining a values-driven career pathway and working for community organisations

    Lola has a passion for supporting her community! In this episode she talks about her experiences working for multiple community organisations, a career pathway driven by purpose, and the importance of achieving alignment between your personal values and those of the organisation.

    Do you know someone who deserves a bit of 'shine' who you think would be great to interview for the podcast? Email us at shinetasmania@gmail.com

    For all episodes and information about the podcast, visit www.shinetasmania.com

    • 26 min
    Donna Bain: sharing her passion for the volunteer and not-for-profit sectors

    Donna Bain: sharing her passion for the volunteer and not-for-profit sectors

    Donna is a well-known and respected manager and volunteer in the not-for-profit sector. For over 10 years she has been General Manager of the Self Help Workplace, while also upholding several board positions.  In this episode, Donna shares her journey from Tassie to New South Wales to Africa, and then back again and her passion for the not-for-profit and volunteer sectors.

    Do you know someone who deserves a bit of 'shine' who you think would be great to interview for the podcast? Email us at shinetasmania@gmail.com

    For all episodes and information about the podcast, visit www.shinetasmania.com

    • 24 min

Customer Reviews

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5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Eeram egduf ,

Fantastic & inspiring

Never be in any doubt about the talent and innovation here in Tassie. A great podcast.

MelodyWest ,

Incredible stories which weave the excellent landscape of business in Tasmania

Brilliant poddie! Deep questions, inspiring and diverse guests and skillful hosting. I love how the context is business but the narrative is individualized and personal. These stories are not only a fantastic link to a sense of place for Tasmanians, but a great launch pad to showcase what we do well to the rest of the nation and beyond. Congrats.

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