21 episodes

Episode 2: What challenges and opportunities do women entrepreneurs face through digital innovation during their journey? And how can research in this field evolve discussions? The “Hello Diversity! Eventually Walk the Talk” Podcast conversations discuss entrepreneurial journeys, possibilities of digital innovation and current hurdles with technologies in venture creation processes - through 40-minute conversations with today’s leading entrepreneurs, practitioners, experts and scientists.

Episode 1: Der Interviewpodcast für das facettenreiche Thema Diversität im Unternehmens- und Gründungskontext. Lerne von ExpertInnen, GründerInnen und WissenschaftlerInnen, wie unternehmerische Vielfalt Unternehmen fördern kann.

Hello Diversity! Podcast Janina, Marie-Charlotte, Franziska und Pauline

    • Education

Episode 2: What challenges and opportunities do women entrepreneurs face through digital innovation during their journey? And how can research in this field evolve discussions? The “Hello Diversity! Eventually Walk the Talk” Podcast conversations discuss entrepreneurial journeys, possibilities of digital innovation and current hurdles with technologies in venture creation processes - through 40-minute conversations with today’s leading entrepreneurs, practitioners, experts and scientists.

Episode 1: Der Interviewpodcast für das facettenreiche Thema Diversität im Unternehmens- und Gründungskontext. Lerne von ExpertInnen, GründerInnen und WissenschaftlerInnen, wie unternehmerische Vielfalt Unternehmen fördern kann.

    Episode 2.15 | Hello Analytical Innovations! with Anna Franziska Michel

    Episode 2.15 | Hello Analytical Innovations! with Anna Franziska Michel

    This episode features Anna Franziska Michel, tech ambassador and founder of yoona.ai. She is known for being one of the prominent voices advocating technology in the fashion industry and connecting digitalization with sustainability and better work life balance. Anna was selected as one of the top female Business Influencers in Technology by Strive Magazine and she was awarded with the Digital Female Leader Award in the Innovation category. Her goal as founder of yoona.ai is to revolutionize the fashion industry. As one of the few startups, yoona.ai was among the 1% applicants in which Techstars Accelerator invested. Anna shares in this episode how they developed the innovation of the analytical tool yoona.ai that shortens the design process.

    More about yoona.ai: https://www.yoona.ai/
    Connect with Anna Franziska Michel: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anna-franziska-michel/

    • 28 min
    Episode 2.14 | Hello Digital Mind! with Julia Kounlavong

    Episode 2.14 | Hello Digital Mind! with Julia Kounlavong

    This episode features Julia Kounlavong the founder of unwind your mind. Her mission is to equip every single person out there with the tools they need to find better stress coping mechanisms. Therefore she’s working on convincing everyone that stress can not be solved with one solution but needs several different ways. unwind your mind is an all-in-one solution to make it easy for companies to use that is not following the one-fits-all approach. In this podcast, the host Franziska speaks with Julia about no code solutions and how Julia built her own innovations. Moreover Julia shared how digital tools enhance the innovation process and how finding something you are passionate about enhances the usage of technical tools to create your new solution and solve the problem.

    More about unwind your mind: https://www.unwindyourmind.de/
    Connect with Julia Kounlavong: https://www.linkedin.com/in/juliakounlavong/

    • 39 min
    Episode 2.13 | Hello Digital Filmmaking! with Franziska Pohlmann

    Episode 2.13 | Hello Digital Filmmaking! with Franziska Pohlmann

    Today’s Eventually Walk the Talk series features Franziska Pohlmann, entrepreneur, screenwriter, director, film producer and composer. The host Franziska Schmitt discusses with Franziska how createF, the Female Founders Show, unfolded and to what extent digital technologies are playing a role in this project. In his episode, we spoke about Franziska’s welcoming experience in the startup ecosystem as an entrepreneur with createF and how digital innovations for filmmakers enhance the production process. Moreover, Franziska shared how connections between people through digital tools became easier since the pandemic and her passion for supporting women entrepreneurs. Thank you Franziska for your valuable insights and the great discussion!

    More about CreateF: https://www.createf.de/
    Connect with Franziska Pohlmann: https://www.linkedin.com/in/franziska-pohlmann-b9974782/

    • 34 min
    Hello Live Podcast! with Dr. Maura McAdam and Emilia Theye

    Hello Live Podcast! with Dr. Maura McAdam and Emilia Theye

    “I am an Entrepreneur: clear it, take it, own it.” , so Prof. Dr. Maura McAdam at the first live Podcast at Einstein Digital; Future on Nov 24, 2022 in Berlin. Emilia Theye, founder clare&me shared “The biggest misperception to me is that it is an opportunity to be a female founder in yourself. I get that a lot from men.”

    Two of many highlights from the first hello diversity! Live Podcast, where Pauline Weritz and Franziska Schmitt interviewed both guests in front of an audience. But what does it take that “women in tech” becomes the new normal?

    The live podcast reflects that there is a need to bridge research and practice, and support each other:
    (1) “If you have a door open then take someone with you, mentor others, share your network. this is how we can empower each other”, Emilia Theye, founder clare&me.
    (2) “Higher education plays an important role. Researchers need to be innovative to examine the best approaches that capture the lived experience of women digital entrepreneurs. In fact, we need to up our research game and think about what is the best way on living in digital spaces and then we need to capture that.”, by Prof. Dr. Maura McAdam, Dublin City University. “You have permission today to be an entrepreneur, and take that job”, concludes Maura McAdam.
    “We need more women on the investment side”, shares Emilia Theye.

    Meet Prof. Dr. Maura McAdam: https://mauramcadam.com/
    Meet Emilia Theye: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emilia-theye-b0813b125/?originalSubdomain=de
    More about clare&me: https://www.clareandme.com/

    • 46 min
    Episode 2.12 | Hello Open Innovation! with Dr. Aurelia Engelsberger

    Episode 2.12 | Hello Open Innovation! with Dr. Aurelia Engelsberger

    In today’s episode, Pauline talks to Dr. Aurelia Engelsberger, Co-Founder and CEO of the consulting company OMIND consulting and OMIND platform. The vision of OMIND is to create an open mindset for innovation and empower employees for knowledge exchange and collaboration. During her studies, Aurelia found her way into global hubs such as Hong Kong, New York, and Amsterdam. She ended up doing her Ph.D. in Open Innovation at RMIT University in Melbourne. In this episode, we talk about her passion for bridging the gap between theory and practice and why she decided to build her own companies. We also learn about her positive experiences in becoming an entrepreneur, her open (and innovative) network of knowledge sharing, and the support of other resources in Munich.

    You can connect with Aurelia here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aurelia-engelsberger/

    • 30 min
    Episode 2.11 | Hello Health Tech! with Dr. Ritika Sinha

    Episode 2.11 | Hello Health Tech! with Dr. Ritika Sinha

    In today’s podcast, Franziska is interviewing Dr. Ritika Sinha, Doctor and Co-Founder Rocket Health, a health tech company for Indians. Ritika believes that as you have the need for an innovation, you built it. This motivation inspired her to built Rocket Health during the pandemic. Ritika’s innovations shows how the digital innovation Rocket Health is reolutionizing the health care system in India by destigmatizing mental and sexual health care. In fact, Ritika and her Co-founder are building seamingless technology so that users may seek help for their mental health and sexual health, for topics that are in general not openly spoken about in India. In this episode, Ritika highlights the essence of how digital technologies help support each other to grow further. In fact, Ritika shares that digital communities are very important to her, a place where participants can open up about their difficulties or asks. Moreover, Ritika shares what digital technologies helped her personally launch the product Rocket Health, and the MVP level really quickly, and what tools helped to test it out. To sum up this inspiring discussion, Ritika says that “maybe it's for tech. Maybe it's for just growth. Whatever it may be, you just don't have to stop growing and learning.” Her advice for all listeners is that nobody knows what they're doing until they actually do one step and start doing it. Along the way they learn. She thinks taking that first step is really important no matter what you're doing. Thank you so very much, Ritika for this exciting interview!

    More about Ritika: https://www.linkedin.com/in/docritikasinha/
    And Rocket Health: https://www.rockethealth.app/

    • 22 min

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