TALK ABOUT COOL 2018 SPEAKERS
Kim Renshaw is the founder of Beyond the Bin, a social enterprise whose purpose is to reduce the planets waste by helping events and businesses plan for the practical aspects of waste minimisation, work with waste producers to develop end of life solutions for products and develop strategies for businesses to do waste better.
She joins us at Show Me Wellington to discuss embedding waste minimisation into your event from the outset, how to make waste minimisation pay and what critical aspects to get right to ensure your recycling can actually be recycled by waste processors.
Brad has over 10 years’ experience in the technology sector.
He began his career in Auckland with Microsoft and later, Samsung, moving through a variety of roles including Partner Marketing, SMB Marketing Manager, Product Marketing Manager and GTM Strategy.
Brad then relocated to London where he worked for a cloud based marketing platform, initially as Product Marketing Manager before being promoted to a Senior Product Marketing Manager covering the UK, Europe, and APAC.
In 2015 Brad returned to ANZ to join Eventbrite as Marketing Manager based in Melbourne, and in 2017 headed home to lead Eventbrite’s new kiwi operation as Country Manager for New Zealand.
Anton has over 15 years’ experience in designing and developing bespoke applications and software products. He has run his own successful company providing development services to large agencies and government departments. He brings this wealth of experience over to Mixt and heads up the business development, operations and client delivery department. If you want to talk business (or man-buns) he’s your guy.
One of New Zealand’s leading entrepreneurs in the VR/AR space, Jessica is an award-winning producer and co-founder of PROJECTR© centre for virtual and mixed reality. She’s a 2017 Wellingtonian of The Year finalist and directed the world’s first 360° film for the 48 hour film festival. She brings together creativity with technology to make Mixt magic.
Robbie Nicol is the political satirist ‘White Man Behind A Desk’ and winner of the 2015 NZ Web Fest’s Best Web Show. With hundreds of thousands of views on both Facebook and YouTube, Robbie has worked with collaborators such as Robyn Malcolm, John Campbell, and Finnius Teppett to create informative comedy videos and live performances. Robbie has been called the ‘kiwi John Oliver’ by the Sunday Star Times, and he hopes that John Oliver isn’t offended.