In episode #3 of The Brew with Angela Vithoulkas, Jaimie Fuller (CEO of Skins compression wear) spoke about ethics and sport, and what business leaders in the industry like himself can to improve the playing field, for everyone. Here is a short excerpt from that conversation: Listen below, or subscribe on iTunes here.
In episode #3, Angela talks to Jaimie Fuller, CEO of athletic compression brand, SKINS. He talks about his relationship with Lance Armstrong, the Soccer Federation, drugs in sport and human rights. Fuller has created a corporate culture that wants to see global social change. So do we. Kudos Mr Fuller. Listen on Itunes: http://apple.co/2iSGpki Check […]
The Brew with Angela Vithoulkas is an audio-visual show that explores the elements and experiences behind the person, over a Brew. In episode two, Angela talks to Jane Lu, CEO and creator of online fashion retailer SHOWPO. Like all our guests, Jane has a crack at making her brew of choice, a skin latte. Check […]
Episode #1 of the Brew with Angela Vithoulkas is live! This first episode is a self-portrait, reflecting on Angela’s most recent local government campaign and career. Subscribe on Itunes: http://apple.co/2iSGpki
A few of years ago now I sat down with The Style of Mrs V to talk about my work and my radio station, Eagle Waves Radio. We’re now relaunching the station as SME Radio, sometime this year. I’m really excited to be once again be working on radio content, so look out! In the meantime, […]
The Weave Youth & Community Services #WEAVESURVIVALTIPS is an awesome initiative! The campaign celebrates our strengths and resilience and our unique ways of getting through tough times. This is my small addition to the campaign! Come into the Cafe over the week get one of the WEAVE Coffee cups and share your survival tips for […]
We asked some attendees to the Internet of things panel.
We spoke to Wayne Nichols from Sax Fetish. He has operated his business on oxford for over 15 years and is increasingly frustrated by the lack of action for Oxford St.
We spoke to Michael David from Elizabeth Bay Cellars, who’s run his business for over 30 years.
The City of Sydney’s light rail construction noise and dust is driving customers away from the area. Businesses along the route of the City’s new light rail were warned construction would be loud, with a peak noise of 103 dB. But it is proving to be deafening. Lee Jeloscek reports. Watch the video here.