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SUDS, with Carbon Unravel founders Grace Sai and Marc Allen: Uncertain boot times, changing climate, founder and a giant leap for wine

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Every week on the Start up daily TV showwe talk to more than two dozen founders, CEOs, investors and experts about what’s happening in technology.

Now you can see the best of the show with the weekly podcast, SUDS.

Welcome to the new and improved SUDS!

Host every week Simon Thomsen has a special guest with them to discuss the big news of the week, tell their story and also tackle a big idea in their field, before we run through the highlights of the TV show.

This week our special guests are Grace Sai and expat Australian Marc Allen founders of Singapore-based Unraveling carbonthat will enable companies to become decarbonised quickly.

With the start-up of grocery delivery Voly, cutting the staff and expanding the shelves, we discuss what is ahead for start-ups.

The pair are in Sydney as part of the City of Sydney’s Visiting Entrepreneur Programme, a 10-day festival with 17 events, now. We talk about their journey (they met at one of Sai’s previous startup ventures), the future of climate technology and the planet, and hear from another visiting entrepreneur, Tim Kentley Klay of HYPR, who spoke on this week’s Startup Daily show. about artificial intelligence and mindset of the founder.

This week we also spoke with Mandalay Ventures co-founder Mark Gustowski about their NRMA Backed $50 Million Agtech VC Fund

And combining the environmental theme with innovation and a favorite topic, wine, we spoke to Mitchell Taylor of Taylor’s Wines, family-owned company, about their new One Small Step range, which comes in recycled PET bottles that are 83% lighter than glass. , and up to 30% less space, reducing transportation and energy emissions.

A giant leap to which we raise a glass.

Listen to SUDS:

Presenter: Simon Thomsen

Producer: Jaxson McLennan

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