27 min

Martin Hosking, Redbubble 37 Degrees Latitude

    • Entrepreneurship

Martin Hosking, Redbubble 

Martin Hosking recognizes all startups need two things: “the gap in the market and the market in the gap.” 

This week on 37 Degrees Latitude, Martin Hosking, CEO and co-founder of Redbubble, talks about a career that spans international diplomacy, Web 1.0 startups, the dot-com bubble, an Australian unicorn, and now, an Australian based print-on-demand marketplace supporting artists around the world.  

U.S. Consul General Mike Kleine hosts Martin to reflect on the lessons learned in his career that include the value of focus, the realities of building a business with a global mindset, and navigating delayed-onset culture shock – with a little help from the San Francisco Giants. 

 

Mentions 

Redbubble 

Glassdoor 

SF Giants 

E3 Visa Guidance 

Get in touch with Martin Hosking on Twitter. 

 

Stay in touch 

Follow the U.S. Consulate General Melbourne

Instagram @usconsulatemelb

Twitter @usconsulatemelb

Facebook melbourne.usconsulate/ 

 

About

In this podcast, U.S. Consul General to Melbourne Michael Kleine meets the Australian founders and entrepreneurs who cut a path between 37˚ N & S and found capital, partners, markets, and success in the United States. 

Mike Kleine is a career diplomat for the U.S. Department of State Officer who is currently the U.S. Consul General to Melbourne. As a former founder turned diplomat, he has a deep-seated interest in entrepreneurship, a fascination with innovation, and a passion for the U.S-Australia relationship.

 
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Martin Hosking, Redbubble 

Martin Hosking recognizes all startups need two things: “the gap in the market and the market in the gap.” 

This week on 37 Degrees Latitude, Martin Hosking, CEO and co-founder of Redbubble, talks about a career that spans international diplomacy, Web 1.0 startups, the dot-com bubble, an Australian unicorn, and now, an Australian based print-on-demand marketplace supporting artists around the world.  

U.S. Consul General Mike Kleine hosts Martin to reflect on the lessons learned in his career that include the value of focus, the realities of building a business with a global mindset, and navigating delayed-onset culture shock – with a little help from the San Francisco Giants. 

 

Mentions 

Redbubble 

Glassdoor 

SF Giants 

E3 Visa Guidance 

Get in touch with Martin Hosking on Twitter. 

 

Stay in touch 

Follow the U.S. Consulate General Melbourne

Instagram @usconsulatemelb

Twitter @usconsulatemelb

Facebook melbourne.usconsulate/ 

 

About

In this podcast, U.S. Consul General to Melbourne Michael Kleine meets the Australian founders and entrepreneurs who cut a path between 37˚ N & S and found capital, partners, markets, and success in the United States. 

Mike Kleine is a career diplomat for the U.S. Department of State Officer who is currently the U.S. Consul General to Melbourne. As a former founder turned diplomat, he has a deep-seated interest in entrepreneurship, a fascination with innovation, and a passion for the U.S-Australia relationship.

 
See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

27 min