Season 4 E9 Season Break Up - Break Fast, Breakthroughs, Break Dance
Season 4, Ep. 9
“I was given specific instructions, not to make him cry“ What happens when you put the Don Draper of India, the Pro-Bono of U2, a Passionated Pisces and an Outspoken and Opinionated Leader in the same room? Season 4 has been an exciting and flourishing journey through the digital industry. Together with various inspiring industry leaders, we have discovered diverse insights that are shaping our and your future. We are Nitin, Linn, Ku & Erik. 4 Digital Media Creative students from @hyperisland in Stockholm who will take you through our well of insights as we conclude our adventure. Whether you have listened to all our episodes or this would be your first, we promise you micro-learnings and laughter, as well as some personal wrap-up moments. We have not only a podcast to wrap up, but a team as well. Thank you all listeners, guests, supporters & Beppos, You have been amazing. P.S Keep an eye open on our social media channels as the next HyperTalks crew, season 5, is taking over. See you in the future // Season 4 Nitin George, Linn Jansson, Ku Mensah & Erik Granholm.
Season 6 E1 - Reflections on a weird year
Season 6, Ep. 1
New Season, New Team, New Episodes. In true Hyper Island fashion, we wanted to reflect on how weird 2020 was, and what we are bringing with us to 2021... Produced by: Anne Obel. Edited by: Fanny Barrjsö, Max Wroblewski. Social Media and Distribution by Andrea Urquieta and Haidar Walid. Hosted and Scripted by Ellen Gustavsson and Torjus Berglid. Last, but not least, a massive thank you to all of our interviewees! Without you, this episode could not have been possible!
Season 5 E5 - Launching a Social Impact during a crisis
Season 5, Ep. 5
Alex speaks with entrepreneur Lesley Pennington, founder of BEMZ, and now Kinship Collective @kinship.stories which launched this September! Our talk gives the entrepreneurial story and learnings of Lesleys, from her life at Apple in the early 90s, to the importance of her work now of lifting up women, and female artisans in the textile industry. This episode was recorded in June, when the pandemic was spreading, and the protests of George Floyd in the US were reverberating around the world. We are just very happy to be back with Hyper Talks after a few months of uncertainty. With a big thanks to Beppo Studio for making these recordings possible.