Episode 50: Simon Sinek


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(1.33)We check out the week on the markets with Jeremy Sullivan from Hamilton Hindin Greene. (4:57)Listed lines company Vector, this week announced the purchase of home ventilation company HRV and its solar installation off-shoot PowerSmart for an undisclosed sum. We hear from Vector CEO Simon Mackenzie. (9:55)Andrew speaks to TVNZ CEO Kevin Kenrick about plans to restructure the Government owned state broadcaster which is likely to involve further staff cuts. (16.09)Andrew's very special feature guest this week is probably one of the most in-demand business speakers globally right now. He has the 3rd most popular TED talk of all time, his recent video interview on the millennial generation attracted more than 100 million views within six weeks of its release and his books have all become New York Times best sellers. In Auckland recently addressing a sell-out audience of almost 900 people Simon Sinek is truly in a league of his own. We discuss why “purpose” has become the new mantra and how businesses are having to adapt to a new set of principles being championed by the millennial generation. To subscribe: www.nbr.co.nz/sunday-business

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