MUV Talks: Reinvention
This time at MUV Talks we’ll be sharing stories about ‘Reinvention’.
COVID-19 has affected all of us in different ways. Join us to hear and to be inspired by four brave and persevering entrepreneurs who have adapted and re-invented their approach from one day to another.
This will be our first online event! You can grab a free ticket or choose to make a donation to I Got Your Back Pack, a NZ registered charity (#CC53632) who support survivors of domestic violence by donating backpacks filled with practical and essential items, to women’s refuges around the country, to help the women and children who often have to leave their homes with nothing but the clothes on their back.
What is MUV Talks?
Is a non-profit series focused on building capability and relationships within communities. What makes it special is that it is driven by the purpose of celebrating and empowering everyday people who are doing incredible things. We focus on sharing stories that may otherwise not be heard.
Each event consists of seven talks for seven minutes, from a diverse set of people with different experiences and points of view, talking about one common theme. Our unique approach to networking helps to create an energetic and friendly environment that guarantees an exceptional experience for our attendees.
Since November 2016 we have had been inspired by more than 100 speakers. You can check out the talks on our Youtube channel: http://bit.ly/MUVTalks-YouTube
Introducing our inspiring speakers!
Made in 75, Heidi Renata is the co-founder, Chief Energy Officer of INNOV8HQ based in Ōtepoti/Dunedin, Aotearoa's first business marae - coworking space, weaving the beautiful blends of her māori and scottish heritage into the INNOV8HQ kaupapa, the first of its kind in the world. She is a popular keynote speaker, profiling the opportunities and ambitions for māori and women in the technology/innovation sector, whose illustrious career spans over 20 years, with 13 years at the forefront of technology in the ICT sector as a reputable māori leader in the corporate sector and has been on a variety of Charitable and Education Sector boards. Renowned for being the curious wāhinepreneur, she was born and raised in the small South Otago settlement of Milton, Heidi was the sporty chatterbox at school, her ambition in life was to find a career path that enabled her to socialise opportunities and travel the globe with intent to bring positive impact to business and communities and she is invested in the development and creation of more indigenous enterprise and startups in Aotearoa and around the world. Heidi has spent the last 10 years mentoring startups across all industry sectors and including her time working with native Hawaiian entrepreneurs in the sun-kissed islands of Hawaii and is passionate in helping rebuild and recreate enterprise following the COVID forced to pause.
He started his first small business selling software at 23, and in 2002 got his first glimpse into NZ’s startup community while working with one of the first companies in Auckland's Icehouse startup incubation programme.
Since then he has experienced first hand the ups and downs of entrepreneurship, launching businesses and products across a range of industries including recruitment, HR software, sales training, marketing, digital media and online education. He lives in Wanaka with his wife Jennifer.
Briony is a dynamic and impact-driven life & business coach who's enthusiasm and passion will challenge, activate and inspire soulful action.
After a number of years as a top-tier corporate lawyer, Briony made the leap to start her own coaching business Untapped. She is a certified NLP Practitioner and her passion for mindset and personal growth has led her to train in-person all over the world with some of the most transformational leaders in the industry.
Through Untapped, Briony has spoken on many stages, facilitated transformational workshops and run online coaching programmes to empower thousands to uncover their unique gifts and design and create a life that lights them up!
Introducing our epic MC!
Colart Miles is the Managing Director of Collectively.nz and a Co-founder of Agile on the Beach NZ. He is a well-known innovation coach and a specialist in accelerated delivery practices such as Agile, Kanban and Lean. Colart is pursuing his passion for helping kiwi organizations to speed up innovation and to build a more sophisticated ecosystem.
MUV Talks is made possible thanks to our amazing sponsors! THANK YOU!
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