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12 August 2015

Episode 200

28 minutes

We meet Jason Goldberg and Petrus Palmer of Berlin-based start-up Hem and talk to Phil Hutcheon of mobile app DICE about why transparency is the future of live music ticketing. Plus: we’re in the West Bank city of Hebron to profile the revival of the local leather-shoemaking industry.

12 August 2015

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The revival of Hebron’s shoemakers

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The city of Hebron in the West Bank was once renowned for its leather shoemaking industry before cheap foreign imports ushered in a slow decline. Nigel Wilson meets the local entrepreneurs fighting back.

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Jason Goldberg and Petrus Palmer of Hem

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Jason Goldberg was the brains behind Fab, the fast-growing darling of the New York start-up scene. Since Fab’s dramatic fall from grace, Goldberg and entrepreneur Petrus Palmer have launched Hem, a design-led business based in Berlin. They explain their vision for the brand.

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Phil Hutcheon of DICE

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DICE is on a mission to revolutionise the live music ticketing sector and they’re doing it with a simple but radical proposition: zero fees. Phil Hutcheon explains why his company can create a profitable and transparent space in the industry.

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