The RISE Canberra Podcast

The RISE Canberra Live Interviews - Jen Seyderhelm with John De Margheriti

June 18, 2020 Jen Seyderhelm
The RISE Canberra Podcast
The RISE Canberra Live Interviews - Jen Seyderhelm with John De Margheriti
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The RISE Canberra Podcast
The RISE Canberra Live Interviews - Jen Seyderhelm with John De Margheriti
Jun 18, 2020
Jen Seyderhelm

Welcome to the second RISE Canberra live interview! Jen Seyderhelm talks with  Founding Father of the Australian Video Games Industry and Chairman and CEO of the Canberra Technology Park and Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE), John De Margheriti. John talks about resilience, connection to Canberra, working to your skill set and the importance of innovation.

Produced by Events ACT, RISE Canberra is your new home for experiencing local events and to find new ways to connect audiences with experiences made in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses.

You can find out more here.

Jen Seyderhelm talks to Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. Check out the rest of the RISE Calendar online at www.risecanberra.com - where you can find out more about other innovative offerings from Canberra creators on the RISE News page and keep up to date with all the developments for the new Where You Are Festival, coming to Canberra this July.

The RISE Canberra Podcast is produced by Events ACT. The music is Three Times by Dawn by The Screaming Zucchinis.

Show Notes

Welcome to the second RISE Canberra live interview! Jen Seyderhelm talks with  Founding Father of the Australian Video Games Industry and Chairman and CEO of the Canberra Technology Park and Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE), John De Margheriti. John talks about resilience, connection to Canberra, working to your skill set and the importance of innovation.

Produced by Events ACT, RISE Canberra is your new home for experiencing local events and to find new ways to connect audiences with experiences made in the ACT by local makers, creators, artists and businesses.

You can find out more here.

Jen Seyderhelm talks to Canberra creators, getting to know more about the approaches they're using to deliver events during these times. Check out the rest of the RISE Calendar online at www.risecanberra.com - where you can find out more about other innovative offerings from Canberra creators on the RISE News page and keep up to date with all the developments for the new Where You Are Festival, coming to Canberra this July.

The RISE Canberra Podcast is produced by Events ACT. The music is Three Times by Dawn by The Screaming Zucchinis.