Negócios – Nova Zelândia – Novos podcasts

  • Fed Watch is a weekly podcast with Bitcoin Magazine's Podcast Editor CK and Historian/Economist Ansel Lindner of Bitcoinand Markets.com.

    Ck and Ansel interview the best analysts, traders, and thinks in both Macro economics and Bitcoin as well as give the audience their takes of important news and press conferences in the macro space.

    This is the perfect podcast to learn about and stay on top of Bitcoin, Macro Economics, and the world at large.

  • A visit to the Cyber Savvy Cafe is like a really great coffee break discussing topics relevant to cybersecurity and technology: Business tech, cyber training, remote workstations, IoT, and more. Join us every week.

  • It’s No Secret is a podcast for Kiwis who want their money questions answered.

    Are you wondering when is the right time to get on the property ladder, whether you should invest with family or how to talk to your significant other about investing and budgeting? If yes, you’re in the right place. Our hosts Cat Emerson and Christine Jensen will answer these questions and more.

    They’ll take you through the ins and outs of all things finance, money, property, investing and building wealth so you can move towards achieving financial freedom. Whether it’s learning about budgeting, what to do with your savings or whether you should be investing in the share markets, we’ve got you covered.

    Each Tuesday we’ll release one short episode that answers a specific money question. No long ramblings and no financial jargon. Investing hacks, budgeting tips and financial freedom included.

    You’ll be left feeling inspired, relieved and ready to take the next step in your financial journey.

    Happy listening!

    Submit a money question or get in touch at www.itsnosecret.co.nz

  • I am beyond proud to present you with my new podcast, ‘Outside the Lanes’ partnered by Westpac New Zealand.

    To take on any challenge successfully, first you need to take care of yourself. As a Westpac Ambassador, I’ve been exploring specific areas of growth to inspire you and I to achieve whatever we set our sights on.

    Outside the Lanes is a podcast that focuses on key themes that are very personal to me – such as leadership, values, balance, health and more. I have carefully selected mentors who are successful in their field to have beautiful conversations with. In every episode I will be asking a new interviewee about them; uncovering their learnings, their challenges, their wins, their journey – ultimately getting under the skin of what it takes to be in their lane.

  • Tune in for thoughtful investing and personal finance content. Tom is a mid-20's investor based in New Zealand, following the long-term investment principals laid out by titans of the investing world such as Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, Ben Graham and Mohnish Pabrai. Expect to hear from Tom and a wide range of guests on all things stock market investing. Enjoy!

  • With over 90% of new businesses failing within the first year and the overwhelming challenges small business owners have faced this year, we're throwing fuel to the fire of all the entrepreneurs and business builders out there!

    So many of today's entrepreneur influencers are shouting to "HUSTLE!" and "GRIND!" and to stay MOTIVATED! They glorify the private jets, fancy cars, and lux life.

    And while success in business should come with its perks, we at Battle Ready Brands choose to glorify other things -- Longevity, Innovation, Creativity, Courageous Leadership, Vulnerability, Family Values, Collaboration, being a Sponge that both Receives and Gives knowledge.

    What you can expect from the podcast:

    To hear from both seasoned business builders, industry experts + innovators, and thought leaders. You'll stay on top of trends in the marketplace to keep your business one step ahead.

    You'll hear from thought leaders who will show you how to grow your leadership capacity. And entrepreneurs with decades of experience who have seen trends come and go and come around again, and have treasure troves of wisdom -- to help you build a brand that stays the course, profitably, as you learn to lead with an unbreakable will and indomitable spirit.

    If you're looking for more than just fluff and motivation but instead some tested and proven wisdom to help you build a brand that lasts, then this podcast is for you.

  • How many times have you been told “that will never work”? Probably not as often as Marc Randolph, the veteran Silicon Valley entrepreneur, advisor, investor, speaker and best-selling author. Though best known as the co-founder and first CEO of Netflix, he’s founded or co-founded a half dozen other successful startups and mentored scores of other early stage entrepreneurs. On his podcast, Marc works directly with entrepreneurs who have been told “that will never work,” helping them turn their nascent or struggling businesses into sustainable companies. Be a fly on the wall as Marc advises business founders, using his unique combination of analytical skills, tough love and a dose of humor to unearth the blind spots that may be holding them back. Each episode is an invaluable lesson for anyone aspiring to be a next-generation entrepreneur, so tune in to find out how to make your "impossible" vision a reality.

    If you want to be a guest on “That Will Never Work” and get help from Marc with your business issues, leave a message at: 1 888 MARCPOD / (888) 627-2763. You can also connect with Marc on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/thatwillneverwork/), Twitter (https://twitter.com/mbrandolph) and on his website (https://Marcrandolph.com).

  • Each week, the PIVOT podcast brings you interviews with inspiring guests and spirited panel discussions with diverse perspectives about trending business topics. The PIVOT podcast is brought to you by Pivot Discovery. We provide career services and specialize in career transitions to help people reframe their future. Visit pivotdisc.com to learn more about different coaching options, explore free resources, and more!

  • It's not all rapid growth, million dollar investors and global success. Hear the stories of every day tech startup founders, how they got started, the mistakes they made and learnt from, and the bits they got right. Learn what it takes to be a founder and how to last the distance. We are Custom D, web and mobile app developers, and in this series we interview our clients to see what it takes to get an idea from startup through to early stage company.

  • A podcast for creative entrepreneurs who are ready to double down and build a business for the long haul.

  • The Circuit is the number #1 source of information on protection matters and is the industry-leading magazine for all security professionals who want to stay ahead of the game. If you're new to the industry or an old-school veteran, the Circuit is the place for you.
    Through the podcast, we bring the stories and the contributors from the magazine to life.
    For more information on all things Circuit related, visit us at: https://circuit-magazine.com

  • Business books you’re too busy to read - but need to know about. Get the best and most useful bits from business writing covering everything from leadership, to culture, to the future of work and strategy. We speed read a book, talk to the author and share five things each time to adopt or try to make work better.

  • Hosted by Jordan Taylor, this podcast explores the relationships between music fans and artists, as well as their perspectives on the music industry. Both Sides of the Barricade features more personal and unscripted interviews with artists and allows them to engage in an open conversation about the music industry and fan culture.

  • Investment Fix is a podcast series from New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) exploring different investment types, from angel investment to venture capital, private equity to online funding platforms, debt funding to IPOs on the NZX. This podcast is for New Zealand companies that are in growth mode and need to understand their investment options. In season two of NZTE’s Investment Fix podcast, New Zealand companies talk about their growth journey and how they secured funding to fuel that growth. Each episode features two companies sharing their experiences of raising capital and focuses on one of six different types of investment funding: angel investment, online funding platforms, private equity, domestic venture capital, international venture capital, and IPOs on the stock exchange. Companies featured in season two of the Investment Fix include Xero, Serko, Zeffer, Rua Bioscience, Yabble, Parkable, Laybuy, Calocurb, Beany and chnnl.The founders and CEOs of these companies are honest about the highs and lows of seeking investment and share valuable insights into how they determined which type of capital was right for them, putting a valuation on their company, what it took to win over investors, and what they would do differently next time. Investment Fix is hosted by Dylan Lawrence, GM of New Zealand Trade & Enterprise’s Investment Team. Season one of Investment Fix looked at the capital-raising process through the eyes of the investors; with angels, VCs, PEs, online funding platforms, banks and the NZX sharing their advice on what it takes to secure investment.

  • Welcome to the Crypto Trader Podcast. Jacob Canfield created this podcast to help traders and people interested in the crypto space to explore the different ways to approach the market as a trader or investor.

  • Everyone has an origin story to tell. In Origin Stories, I chat with people from all walks of life about how they discovered their superpowers to go from zero to hero. And what you can learn from their mistakes.

    I've spent most of my working life as a journalist interviewing business leaders, athletes and high achievers.
    I also consult to businesses on brand storytelling.

    Whenever I interview someone I focus on their origin story.
    I want to know about their journey, not the destination.
    I want to know who they are and why they do what they do.
    I want to know what makes them tick.

  • Bringing all the influences that create and deliver hospitality to us the places around the world we enjoy. It begins with design, beautiful food and a passion of bringing people together. Hospitality is about making people remember how they felt when visiting your space . It takes more than a village to make the magic happen. Hospitality nations brings those magic makers to you. Get tips on how they got into the industry
    and the pathways and choices that helped them succeed in the industry.

  • Make Cake Sell Cake is the podcast especially for cake makers who want to grow their cake business.

    With 14 years in the cake industry every week Shelly will be giving you actionable business tips and advice so that you can get real results and start making a profit from your cake business.

    Whether you are a hobby baker just starting out or an established baker looking to level up you have come to the right place.

    Here I will be completely open and honest with all the highs and the lows that go into running a successful cake business.

    Your host is Shelly Shulman - Shelly launched La Belle Cake Company in 2006 as she tried to rediscover her identity after becoming a mum. Award-winning success and a legion of celebrity commissions followed from the likes of Take That, Amy Childs and Sam Faiers to name but a few.

    Specialising in providing celebration cakes that exceed expectations, the Bedfordshire-based business has gone from strength to strength. It’s meant that Shelly’s husband Daniel has been able to leave his job in IT to work alongside her. This year, they will be celebrating 22 years of marriage and know the importance of team work and listening to each other.

    Highlights of Michelle’s business so far include creating a 75-foot long cake to celebrate Luton Airport’s 75thanniversary, baking for Gordon Ramsay (as featured on Channel 4’s Hotel GB), and for the die-hard Take That fan, knowing that her cake was going to be eaten by her favourite singers Gary Barlow and Mark Owen.

    In June 2018, Michelle became the UK’s first ever cake coach helping other cake-makers to focus on improving their business skills. Through online training and one to one sessions, she has seen impressive results, with her clients regularly increasing their revenue and know-how.

    Michelle lives in Leighton Buzzard with her husband Daniel and their two daughters Fiona and Kelsie.

  • We dive deep in to modern issue like investing , politics and we do not hold back !