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Apr 24, 2019

This is an audiobook of the report "Structuring for Impact: Evolving Legal Structures for Business in New Zealand" that was released 17 April 2019 (index of key sections is below).  I am really proud to have been involved as one of the co-authors and wanted to provide a different platform for it be accessible on...


Apr 22, 2019

Georgia is a changemaker, ex-lawyer and now CEO of Humanitix NZ, and she shares about building the world's first non-profit events ticketing platform backed by Google and Atlassian, the value of education and the power of community.

In this interview we talk about her childhood, the value of community, the importance of...


Apr 17, 2019

Louise is the CEO of the Ä€kina Foundation and she spoke this morning in Wellington at the launch of the major new report: "Structuring for Impact: Evolving Legal Structures for Business in New Zealand".  I really enjoyed the process of helping to co-author this report with a group of amazing people who are mentioned in...


Apr 16, 2019

Yes, this is a very long episode!  Have a listen to short intro to understand more but it is all the audio of more than 10 sessions at the two day conference "Future prospects for charity law, accounting and regulation" held 11-12 April 2019 at Te Papa and providing it all here so accessible to all those who were not in...


Apr 15, 2019

Carolyn is an expert on the history of financial reporting - in this interview we spoke in front of a live audience of almost 200 at a conference held at Te Papa in Wellington on 11-12 April 2019.  In this wide ranging interview we discuss the history of what might sound like a dull topic by jumping back in time ancient...