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22 July 2015

Episode 197

28 minutes

We explore the future of long-term crowdfunding via the San Francisco-based start-up Patreon, Edward Tse shares lessons from his new book ‘China’s Disruptors’, New Zealander Henry Wadworth-Watts reveals why he quit his day job to build jet boats and Nadia-Anne Ricketts talks to us about her textile label BeatWoven.

22 July 2015

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The future of long-term crowdfunding

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Corey Takahashi explores a modern-day, tech-infused model of patronage through the San Francisco-based start-up Patreon.

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Chinese entrepreneurship

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Edward Tse shares his new book ‘China’s Disruptors: How Alibaba, Xiaomi, Tencent, and Other Companies are Changing the Rules of Business’.

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Nadia-Anne Ricketts

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We meet the founder of pioneering textile brand BeatWoven, which uses audio technology to create unique patterns in fabric.

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Henry Wadworth-Watts of Wattscraft

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New Zealander Henry Wadworth-Watts explains why he quit his job as an environmental consultant to build aluminium jet boats.

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