72andSunny has launched its next instalment of 72Voices with a podcast series on entrepreneurship and creativity in Australia, in partnership with Otis Studios.
72Voices was first developed in 2018 by 72andSunny Sydney as an unbiased research project featuring interviews with 72 Australian cultural makers, thinkers and commentators. It was published as a book and open-source PDF, and can be accessed at https://www.72voices.com/.
This year, as 72andSunny helps more client partners understand the value of creativity in driving meaningful growth, the project explores what is driving the new generation of Australian entrepreneurs.
72Voices: The Podcast launches today with the first series of episodes, including Chris Wirasinha (Pedestrian TV); Lisa Messenger (Collective Hub); Dr Kate Adams (Bondi Vet/Thankly) and Vincent Turner (UNO Home Loans).
The conversations, recorded at Otis Studios, are built around understanding their journey and what drives them in their professional and personal lives. The series can be found at 72Voices The Podcast.
Says Alex Gomez, director, Otis Studios: “The entrepreneurs had such different personalities, yet they also had one thing in common: each had a clear sense of purpose and vision. And what’s most impressive and inspiring about their stories is that after everything they’ve accomplished, they’re already thinking about what’s next.”
Says Chris Kay, partner, 72andSunny: “Learning what triggers growth within successful businesses, and beyond in entrepreneurs’ lives, has been super energising as our business grows, and equally inspiring, as we help client partners creatively accelerate growth.”