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High profile guests and celebrities chat with host Angela Vithoulkas, insights are shared, tales told and lessons learned – all over a brew.
Aus Asia Business Program
Host Stacey Martin, interviews the who’s who of the international Asian trade, investment and development scene providing key insights for SME's.
A Podcast that translates Geek into Regular Speak. Tech experts Aryeh Sternberg and Brett Levy discuss cool tech, Virtual and Augmented Reality and more!
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The Women’s Agenda team of Angela Priestley and Georgie Dent host a range of dynamic guests and discuss ideas on shifting the dial for women at work.
He is heavy, he’s my brother
Angela Vithoulkas and her brother and business partner Con share the ups, downs and antics of there shared small business journey. Heaven Or Hell?
For those wanting a quick shot of fun, Mini Brew is a podcast that cuts to the chase, bringing listeners fun interviews with hard working small business owners.
Bravura is a channel that features stories and experiences from inspiring professional women - and we want to interview you!
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Techknowledgy – It is O’clock Somewhere!
December 11, 2018
Do you have a good morning routine? Aryeh and Brett continue their journey through ScreenZ and XR and the he app of the week was Morning Routine, they chat about the best headset to choose and speak about it always being Whiskey time somewhere in the world with James Macrae Brand Ambassador for Ailsa Bay (Williams Grant and Sons).
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Talk It Out - Should women really be sorry for saying sorry
December 7, 2018
Season 2 | Episode 24 - Should women really be sorry for saying sorry.
Georgie Dent, Tarla Lambert and Angela Priestley also discuss whether self-criticism is a barrier to success at work, and what a ‘women’s caucus’ could off Australian politics.
Techknowledgy – Time to take some time Out!
December 5, 2018
Do you take time out to unwind? Brett & Aryeh chat about the App of the Week 'Pin Out', Amazon allowing Aussies to buy from US again, taking time out, and and they extended an invite to David Francis to come and chat about his and Aryeh's LinkedIn debate.
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Talk It Out - Sharing your story & bringing your whole self to work is power
November 27, 2018
Season 2 | Episode 23 -Shivani Gopal joins Women’s Agenda’s Georgie Dent and Tarla Lambert to share some ideas and advice on putting your story out there.
Shivani is the founder of The Remarkable Woman, a platform for women. She recently shared the process of how she left an arranged marriage with the media, which she says gave her a heightened sense of courage and fearlessness.
Shivani is a regular speaker and media commentator on gender equality and financial freedom.
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Talk It Out - Motherhood, business and the power of changing your mind
November 21, 2018
Season 2 | Episode 22 - Lorraine Murphy joins Angela Priestley and Georgie Dent to discuss why she sold her successful business shortly after having her first child, as well as some of the assumptions that continue to be made about mothers in business.