ZebraCast is a podcast that explores how founders and investors are creating the capital, community and culture we need to build businesses that are better for the world. Every month we’ll be delving into topics of interest for entrepreneurs of all different stripes; for example ‘how to stay resilient’ and ‘finding courage when you feel like you have none’. We’ll also be profiling Zebra founders, members and organizations and the wonderful work they are doing. You can find out more about the movement at ZebrasUnite.com
Sai Hossain - On Human Connection
Founder and CEO of Crowdcast, Sai Hossain discusses what led him to his work today, why he feels so aligned with Zebras Unite and the responsibility technology companies have to democratize access to knowledge and information. One not to miss!
Madelynn Martiniere - Community Building with a Purpose
What does community building look like done right...and wrong? This month's conversation explores some fascinating lessons from around the globe with Managing Partner at Uncompromise, Madelynn Martiniere.
Nathan Schneider - What Happens Now?
Our guest this month runs an initiative - Exit to Community - that is very focused on the kind of systems and infrastructure we need in a post-pandemic economy. He also has a lot to say about cooperatives, which is perfect timing given ZU's own transition into one. Enjoy!
Jelani Memory on 'Speaking Up'
Jelani Memory is a founder of two highly successful businesses. In this episode he speaks to us about why his first business turned him into a Zebra, making up his own rules and why it's so important to have the 'tough conversations' with the next generation.
Lana Jelenjev on 'Self care, amidst chaos'
This month we’re looking at self care - what it means to put yourself in the picture at times like these, and find ways to not only avoid burnout, but even to find joy and strength amidst chaos. In this episode, Lana Jelenjev shares some very personal experiences to take us through her self care journey, including what it means to her, and why it suddenly became so important.
Yoshi Tabuchi on 'Courage'
This month we’re looking at the topic of ‘courage’ - a fitting subject as we manage the coronavirus globally. We look at how it has shown up for our guest in the past, and what we can learn from his experience. Yoshi Tabuchi co-leads Zebras Unite Tokyo, and also works with a foundation that promotes impact investing for-profit and non-profit companies, and he knows a fair bit about what is means to keep going when fear could easily get the best of you.
I’m so happy this podcast started back up. Great choice of guests and they get into some really interesting & deep conversations that I don’t get to hear anywhere else.
Next Big Thing
I didn’t have any real expectations from this podcast. Came across it from a tweet promo & checked out their website.
However, after just listening to the introduction, I am so excited to hear the next episode.
Very well organised. Interesting hosts from 3 different cities with experience and insight.
If you're involved in a start-up, you gotta listen to this podcast. Smart, entertaining, enlightening, and hugely important.
Thank you to the creators for this.