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SheEO Podcast + News Round-up
- On the SheEO Podcast Round-up, find the latest episodes of SheEO.World with Tina Roth-Eisenberg on the infectious power of enthusiasm and Melina De Guglielmo on the SheEO experience for Activators. You’ll also find these episodes:
- Eventbrite talked to Ally Watson of Code Like a Girl about the huge demand for coding events once the pandemic hit.
- Grow Your Mind will be evaluated by the University of Wollongong’s School of Psychology in 2021.
- Australia’s first NAIDOC Minecraft Education Challenge, the brainchild of Indigital‘s Mikaela Jade, earned all kinds of glowing coverage, including an NITV piece on Minecraft and decolonization, and a Microsoft feature on how the challenge helped more than 1,000 students imagine sustainable cities based on Indigenous knowledge.
- Lucinda Hartley of Neighbourlytics moderated a panel on data-driven citymaking at Global Smart Cities Week.
- Verve Super was listed as one of the “only five completely ethical super funds” in Australia in a story about investing with an eye to climate change.
- Abeego was featured in Slice’s suggestions for the perfect gift basket.
- Allure published a piece on Aisle‘s well-received efforts to design size-inclusive period underwear by tapping into its network of models with a wide variety of body types.
- TreeEra recommended the AVA Byte from AVA Technologies “for the person on your list who wants to have a green thumb or already has one” in a piece on shopping green on Black Friday.
- RBC published a piece on how Naysan Saran’s CANN Forecast uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to help cities keep their water safe, and how SheEO supports her efforts.
- RevolutionHer profiled Nita Tandon of Dalcini Stainless.
- Jodi Huettner of Helga Wear answered a challenge from BE Alink of Alinker to imagine the world she wanted to live in.
- Nada is seeking nominations for its advisory board of directors. It also explained what it takes to become a B Corporation.
- SomaDetect was mentioned in a Forbes piece from food futurologist Aidan Connolly on the future of milk.
- The Discourse outlined its funding model as it embarks on a campaign to launch The Discourse Nanaimo, and Erin Millar’s Indiegraf is expanding into the U.S.
- Think Dirty has put together a Think Dirty Clean Beauty Box.
- Canadian Jewish Record wrote about how Ilana Ben-Ari of Twenty One Toys is changing the world through empathy.
- Better Packaging Co.‘s postage bags and packaging made Plant Terra’s list of eco-friendly designs and innovations. And the company wishes you a low-waste Christmas.
- Hope matters for brain health, writes Brainfit.
- Ākina put Chia Sisters on its list of social enterprises to support this Christmas, and Stuff quoted Chia’s Florence Van Dyke as co-founder of a new group called Businesses for Climate Action.
- The Hello Cup won gold in the Colour category at the Best Design Awards 2020. Bay Buzz covered the big win.
- Kai XR has shipped its XR headsets to Australia.
- Sea Briganti of Loliware was part of the first-ever BlogHer Planet event on ways to work for a better tomorrow (her panel is about 37 minutes in).
- Dr. Sophia Yen of Pandia Health spoke to Telehealth Connection TV about the natural fit between telemedicine and the provision of birth control and advised Americans to secure birth control now before the Supreme Court potentially strikes down the Affordable Care Act.
- Sisu Global Health was named to Maryland’s Future 20, a list of innovative startups ‘that have the potential to be the state’s next major business success story.” The honour got it a mention in Technical.ly Baltimore.
- SOUL Sisters Leadership Collective surpassed its fundraising goal on #GiveMiamiDay, supporting its work for restorative justice.