Asia Tech Podcast
By Michael Waitze Media
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Substantive Conversations on All Things Asia...Conversations are better than interviews. Information is better than pure entertainment. We all have a story...let us help you tell yours.
||CleanAsian Blockchain Podcast – Episode 41 – Katherine Ng – Liquid (dotcom) – Steely Resolve Built Over Time||Katherine Ng is the VP, Head of Global Marketing at Liquid. She was part of the core team that successfully raised 350M QASH (approximately USD 105 MM), the largest ICO in Asia in 2017, to fund the growth of the Liquid platform. Katherine was the Comm||12/10/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSocial Innovation Asia – Episode 05 – Rithy Thul – Koompi – Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is||'Inspirational' is a good way to describe Rithy Thul, but it also captures what he wants Koompi to be for young Cambodians. Koompi is Cambodia's first locally designed laptop and Rithy Thul's latest venture. He discusses it, his compa||12/9/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanglobeChang(e) – Episode 10 – JaJa Rattanajan, University of British Columbia – I’m Not Meant for a 9 to 5 Job||Jaja Rattanajan is a sophomore studying media at the University of British Columbia’s Vancouver campus. She was destined for involvement in the media business from birth — having a reporter mother and starring in TV shows as a young girl will do th||12/8/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAsian Blockchain Podcast – Episode 40 – Jared Polites – BlockTeam Ventures – It’s Really Tough to Stay Ahead of the Curve||Jared Polites and I have known each other from his days at Ardent Capital in Bangkok. He is now a venture partner at BlockTeam Ventures. I had the pleasure of catching up with him in October before he got back on a plane and went to Europe. Jared||12/4/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSocial Innovation Asia – Episode 04 – Pinnapa Satitpatanapan – I Learned About Prioritization||Just before Pinnapa Satitpatanapan headed to Manila to take up a position at the Asia Development Bank, Michael Waitze caught up with her to discuss her experience studying at Yale, her passion for impact investing and how to support the growth of impac||12/4/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Data Driven Podcast – Episode 02 – Gauthier Vasseur – Data and The Future of Work||In this episode, Gauthier Vasseur joined me from Paris to talk about Data and the Future of Work. We established immediately that it is not just about Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. Understanding these topics and their impact will be||11/30/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanglobeChang(e) – Episode 09 – Kalil Magtoto, University of Waterloo – The Fish That Haven’t Been Caught Yet||Kalil Magtoto is back for another episode! He’s here to expand more on what he’s currently doing at the University of Waterloo and how he has effectively become a ‘student professional’ in the digital arts. This semester, Kalil is taking a high||11/23/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAsian Blockchain Podcast – Episode 39 – Peter Anadranistakis – Oxygen Hospitality – Be a Little Further Ahead||Oxygen Hospitality is not your typical real estate investment and hotel management company…and Peter Anadranistakis is not your typical company President. As co-Founder of Oxygen, Peter brings more than two decades of business experience, an insat||11/22/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSocial Innovation Asia – Episode 03 -Stephane Rousseau – Thammasat University – Boundary Spanner||In this episode of the Social Innovation Asia podcast, Michael Waitze and Daniel McFarlane were fortunate to converse with Stéphane Rousseau, the Director of International Field Immersion Courses at the School of Global Studies at Thammasat University||11/20/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSocial Innovation Asia – Episode 02 – Courtney Savie Lawrence – How Can This Be More Inclusive||The second episode of the Social Innovation Asia podcast is an energizing lunchtime conversation between Courtney Savie Lawrence and Michael Waitze. Courtney, originally from Nashville, Tennessee, arrived in Asia seven years ago with the perspective||11/20/2018||Free||View in iTunes|