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May 27, 2019

Tech for Good? This is a panel discussion on that topic recorded just one week ago.  We joined forces with Ian Wells (many thanks to you) from Canterbury Tech and hosted a Techweek 2019 session in the Parry Field Lawyers boardoom considering "Tech for Good" and what legal structures are best: charity? Company? Social Enterprise? Something else? After an intro from Kris Morrison (Partner at Parry Field), we heard from a range of panelists with questions facilitated by me and hearing the journey of Tim Jones (Kilmarnock/Grow Good Guy), Georgia Robertson (Humanitix) , Menno Finlay-Smits (Cacophony Project), John Ascroft (Jade Software) and Dave Lane (Open Education Resource foundation).  Thanks to the great crowd who turned out and asked some good questions too! 

Bios and more info here: https://techweek.co.nz/whats-on/2019/business-models-that-enable-tech-for-good-307/

Tim Jones earlier episode: http://seeds.libsyn.com/tim-jones-on-b-corps 

Earlier episode two with Tim Jones and Mark Ambundo: https://seeds.libsyn.com/tim-mark-discuss-everything

Georgia Robertson earlier episode: http://seeds.libsyn.com/georgia-robertson-on-humanitix-and-community

Dave Lane earlier episode: http://seeds.libsyn.com/dave-lane-on-open-source

Structuring for Impact audiobook http://seeds.libsyn.com/structuring-for-impact-audiobook