These are our best ever episodes which are the most listened, with word class interviews
In this episode, we are so honored to be a part of Gawx's first interview...
The instability in international politics and its global effects on common people with AIN's founder Naman
On this episode we are talking with Livia Iacobelli about the Student Healthcare Readiness Program or SHRP
Fatimah Hussain is sharing networking strategies and great advices to getting started with your Startup
We talk with Aanand Mehta, co-founder of Magical Motors, a non-profit org that specilises in assistive technologies for independent mobility in kids.
We talk with Srijanita Maurya, founder of the petrichor organizations and the animal patronage, about veganism and zoos abolismhment.
We talk with the chef Logan Guleff about how he got there and which are the plans for the future. Listen to his speech and be inspired!
We talk with the chef Logan Guleff, an author and entrepreneur, about the art of food based on his experiences and his Ted talk.
We talk with Jessica Kim, a disabled poet and activis, about I-CREATE YOUTH, an organization that empowers disabled youth through language in its various forms.
We get the insights of how it is to make a song release, what's the process behind, and the decisions that an artist need to take during his journey
We talk with the founders if MyPine about running a virtual company and the process of creating cleaning products from pine needles.
We talk about pathbreaking learning and Nexteen's techniques applies to real businesses environments that leads to improving their workflow and entrepreneurial journey.
We talk with Samantha Handler about the customisation trends and some great tips to start your own bussiness.
This episode is all about organ donation organisations with the founder of South Florida's first SODA (student organ donation advocates) chapter.
We talk about the Freedom Lifestyle, what it means to be a digital nomad, and Sam's secrets for balancing podcasting with her personal life
We are meeting with macramé artist Macey LeVahn, to learn about her journey and her company the Twistery
We are talking with Tim Williams about Toxic Masculanity. What exactly is toxic masculanity and how does it impact our society? Can we talk also about toxic feminism?
We are learning about NFTs, what exactly they are and how you can win some of them by doing sustainable actions, with Thomas Bisballe.
We are talking about reimagined education, as well as about the importance of skills in today's hiring world, with Luke Netherclift
We are talking about the climate finance, youth's activism, energy transmission and the new transportation techniques mentioned at COP26.
Today we talk with Vaishnavi Jaiswal about the Salubrious Org that aims to empower, educate & inspire youth in STEM, especially minorities trying in an aspect of tech leadership.
We chat with Nike Anani, an accountant turned social entrepreneur. Nike runs a business that helps Nigerian family businesses grow through implementing business strategy.
In this episode, we meet with Ewane Masango to talk about his new startup Society.io. The Society aims to answer the question what does a healthy society look like
In this episode we talk about the arts paths. How and why should someone move on to follow his dream to become an artist. We also cover the TikTok banning phenomenon
In this episode we talk to Sophie Beren about her organization, the conversationalist. We explore the importance of controversial conversations through this process.
In this episode we will dive deeper into the logistics behind starting a beverage company. We also learn about the importance of living a healthy lifestyle and it’s connection to entrepreneurial success.
In this episode, we discuss Uforo and Eduek’s efforts to incorporate the UN’s sustainable development goals into education.
In this episode we are talking to Iris Guo. She works as an intern product manager at Google X project and she is the founder of Neutrify. We learn about what is a product manager, which are the responsibilities and we discuss for sustainability movements.
In this episode, we are talking to Jeena Chong. She is the creator of a vegan and clean beauty brand called city face. She has been featured on many major publications such as allure and pop sugar.
n this episode, we meet with Rayyan and Sahil to learn about Rayze Consulting. They created a company that helps brands think of new ideas, craft marketing campaigns, and learn more about Generation Z.
In this episode, we will be speaking to Jenk Oz, one of the youngest CEOs and public speakers in the UK. He is the founder of Thred media, a global publishing, consulting and production company focused on social change.
In this episode we are discussing all things gen Z entrepreneurship with Naomi Porter. Why is entrepreneurship so important for young people and how can we leverage it to impact the world?
In this episode, we are so honored to be a part of Gawx's first exclusive interview, a digital artist and a successful YouTuber from Mexico. He already has accumulated over 1.5M subscribers on YouTube
In this episode, we catch up with Max Reisinger to learn more about building a community, the importance of learning outside of school and nurturing creativity.
n this episode, we dive deeper into the importance of good website design with the CEO and CTO of Procrastinote.
In this episode, we talk to Jason Evlambios about different ways for young people to engage with politics.
Check out our episode with Asher and Joey, co-hosts of The Debate Without Debate Podcast. A show that aims to end depolarization through conversation.
In this episode, we talk to Aditya Jain and Krish Malik, the CEO and CTO of Revoteen, about their new networking platform that aims to connect...
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