9 episodi

That Startup Show is Australia’s number one show about startups. It’s an award winning series focusing on the fast-growing entrepreneurial boom and the culture that surrounds it. Shot in front of a live studio audience in Melbourne, this brand new season of That Startup Show is hosted by Editor of Junkee Media, and TV Host, Rae Johnston with award winning author and media personality Benjamin Law.

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That Startup Show is Australia’s number one show about startups. It’s an award winning series focusing on the fast-growing entrepreneurial boom and the culture that surrounds it. Shot in front of a live studio audience in Melbourne, this brand new season of That Startup Show is hosted by Editor of Junkee Media, and TV Host, Rae Johnston with award winning author and media personality Benjamin Law.

    Goodie Tech: Can you make a difference and make profit?

    Goodie Tech: Can you make a difference and make profit?

    Consumer trends show a growing movement towards conscientious buying. Companies that weave a social mission into their operations are becoming the norm. But what’s the deal with these “business do-gooders” - does the model work? Is a for-profit business a viable solution to world population growth, environmental challenges, and food scarcity? Are we entering a world of conscious capitalism where consumers demand better from their companies ?


    Guests include CEO of Purpose and co founder of Get Up, Jeremy Heimans and Founder of Keep Cup Abigail Forsyth For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 22 min
    Ghost Tech: now you see it now you don’t

    Ghost Tech: now you see it now you don’t

    How is invisible technology going to change our relationship to the physical world? We look into what is called “The Fourth Interface,” integration in the form of IoT, AR/VR, and holograms into our everyday lives. We also peer into the fascinating world of “ghost tech” where AI, chatbots and cyber security experts work undercover. Who's behind the curtain and what do we need to know about those who develops this technology? Will AI advertisers, robot storytellers like IBM’s Watson and VR gamers survive or thrive?


    Hosts Ben Law and Rae Johnston join panelist Michelle Price CEO of AustCyber diving into the technology we can’t see, and what its cyber security implications are, when AI or other tech becomes something humans can’t control. On the other side of the coin, panelist Trent Clews-de Castella, CEO Phoria explains how different realities will become seamlessly integrated into our lives in the form of VR/AR, leading the panel to an existential exploration into what happens to our digital/avatar selves when we die? For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 32 min
    Turnout & Burnout: When teams implode & swans stop swimming

    Turnout & Burnout: When teams implode & swans stop swimming

    Creative solutions are born from conflict. But is there such a thing as too much conflict? Yes, yes there is. Whether internal or external, struggle has limited value past a certain point. Why does some tension lead to successful pivots and others to epic disasters? This episode looks at how we can EI proof a team. We also examine the huge mental cost of the entrepreneur’s journey. Is there a point of diminishing return on investment when you’re too tired to enjoy the success of your startup? We explore what happens when “quit” become four-letter word that you dare not say in polite startup company.


    Guests include: Founder and CEO of Pioneera, Danielle Owen-Whitford, CEO of ZenDesk, and author of Startupland Mikkel Svane and Xcelerate Program Director at BlueChilli, Megan Flamer For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 26 min
    Civic Tech - Disrupting Democracy & Fake News and Truth Telling

    Civic Tech - Disrupting Democracy & Fake News and Truth Telling

    How can technology disrupt our political system in a useful way? We’ve seen a lot of political turmoil lately, some people blame technology others praise it as a liberating force. Can technology bring politicians, and the people they represent, together in a way in which they can truly collaborate? Technology can wield influence over government but government can also influence technology; namely by controlling Net Neutrality. We look into the interesting world where technology and human rights intersect.


    Panelists include New York Times Australian Bureau Chief, Damien Cave and award winning journalist NITV News host Natalie Ahmat explore these fascinating questions. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 24 min
    Co-founders, Scaling Culture & Robots

    Co-founders, Scaling Culture & Robots

    Choosing your co-founder should be like picking a partner for marriage. You need to have the same values, clear communication, and a shared direction. Otherwise you may not have a fairy tale ending. Can you meet your one true startup love at a bar, on an app or at a hackathon? Should you? Once you’re “all in” what happens with your first hire? How do you navigate culture shock 101. Whether you’re a CFO, CIO, CXO, CCO, COO, CSO, or CHO you need to know how to mash your company culture together to make the perfect mix for the long haul or alternatively cut your losses quickly if the fit isn’t right. And what about working with Robots - what does that company culture look like?


    Guests incude Fred Schebesta, co founder of Australian comparison site Finder.com.au, and design marketplace Envato’s Chief People Officer, Michelle Ridsdale. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 11 min
    Startup funding explained: not all money is equal

    Startup funding explained: not all money is equal

    Episode three is here, and we're looking at FUNDING. Show me the money!


    Getting your startup funded is not the end of the story. It’s the beginning of a new chapter. Whether it’s angel investment, seed, series A,B and now the burgeoning world of ICOs: the truth is, not all money is equal. In fact, it creates a whole new set of challenges. We also look at key concepts around creating “value” in a company once it’s had a injection of funds. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 29 min

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