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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Matthew McKenzie. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Matthew McKenzie, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Matthew McKenzie. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Matthew McKenzie, often where they are interviewed.

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Nominee Interview Series: The Particulars‘ Matthew McKenzie & Simon Bracken

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Before we announce the winners of the 2019 MyEntWorld Critics’ Pick Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series.

Haunted by lost love and tormented by vermin, Simon Bracken embodied the role of Gordon, a man on the edge, in Matthew McKenzie’s newest iteration of The Particulars. Accompanying dancers added an additional layer of nuance to soften, as well as bring to life, the intense emotion of this darkly comedic drama. Nominated for both Outstanding New Work (McKenzie) and Outstanding Performance in a Play (Bracken), The Particulars becomes an even more relevant story today, reflecting our current situation of isolation and global grief.

The post Nominee Interview Series: The Particulars‘ Matthew McKenzie & Simon Bracken appeared first on My Entertainment World.

May 18 2020 · 33mins
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Ep 89. Tiny gardeners and environmental educators with Matthew McKenzie

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SPECIAL GUEST: Matthew McKenzie (Thalgarrah EEC)

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Matthew McKenzie is the principal and head teacher of a public school with a difference. Thalgarrah Environmental Education Centre is located in the woodlands outside of Armidale in regional NSW. It is part of a network of environmental and zoo education centres across NSW that provide other schools with a base for excursions, camps and experiences focussed on using nature as a learning and teaching resource.

In this interview with In Situ Science Matt talks about the importance of connecting with nature in the classroom and how school students have the opportunity to not just learn about science, but be scientists by taking part in real-world science experiments. We chat about the Tiny Gardeners Project, an upcoming citizen science project where school groups across Australia can participate and learn about how ants are Australia’s ‘tiny gardeners’ planting tree seeds across our vast country.

Find out more about the Tiny Gardeners Project here, and about the Thalgarrah Environmental Education Centre here.

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Music: ‘Strange Stuff’ by Sonic Wallpaper - www.sonicwallpaper.bandcamp.com

Nov 25 2019 · 49mins

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#43 - Market Entry 3 - Long Term Commitment to the Market - Matthew McKenzie (Bright Food Asia)

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On this episode, the third and final part of our market entry mini-series, we discuss how a business can ensure long term success by committing to the market. I’m once again joined by China product expert Matthew McKenzie as discuss market presence, hiring staff, company registration, payment, changing regulations, organic certification, new retail, digital marketing, Australian successful stories and the importance of timing.
Sep 10 2019 · 27mins
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#37 - Market Entry 1 - Before You Enter The Market - Matthew McKenzie (Bright Food Asia)

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To start our new series on market entry we have the first of three episodes on market access essentials with China branding expert Matthew McKenzie, where we cover what businesses need to know about the China market before entering, from whether your product is desired in China, how to appropriately price your product, how to protect your brand, where to seek assistance in China and what you need to know about seeking out suitable Chinese partners.

Thanks to funding from Austrade, over the next year we’ll be speaking with experts on the fundamentals of market access to China as well the latest developments in intellectual property, branding, customs compliance, digital marketing, new retail, Chinese consumer needs, government grants and more.
Jun 12 2019 · 23mins

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Qurious China Episode 5 - with Matthew McKenzie, Co Founder, The Export Group

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In this episode, I reached out to Matthew McKenzie from the Export Group. also the strategist behind the "Weet-bix" success in China. 

Matthew shared his view on how to select the right partners, how to identify the right audience as well as his tips and advice on taking your business to China. 

Show notes:  https://www.quriouschina.com/blog/how-to-pick-the-right-business-partners-with-matthew-mckenzie-the-export-group

Jul 11 2018 · 49mins
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Ep.25 With Matthew McKenzie On Getting Boots On The Ground

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CEO of the Export Group Mr Matthew McKenzie joined the show recently and shared his observations and recommendations for Australian businesses to establish productive presence on the ground, not only in the familiar metropolises like Beijing or Shanghai, but also in the more complex layers of municipalities and cities like Changsha to find the market for your business.
Find out more info from TheExportGroup.co. Write to us at ChinaPodcast@austrade.gov.au.
The Austrade China Podcast will be expanded to 3 program series and will be on more platforms starting late May. Stay tuned!
Apr 30 2018 · 22mins
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#5 - Your China Market Strategy - Matthew McKenzie (The Export Group)

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While ChAFTA has certainly opened up doors and increased the opportunities for Australian businesses, the sheer size and enormity of the China market can be quite daunting for Australian exporters.

How do I get started? What city is best for my product? How do I reach my target market? What’s my product’s point of difference? Who can provide me with support on the ground in China? These are all familiar questions of exporters looking to understand the China market better and tailor their export strategy accordingly.

In this episode, we talk to Matthew McKenzie of the Export Group to address some of these questions and offer advice to exporters.
Dec 15 2017 · 28mins
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Matthew McKenzie on the challenge with China

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China; It’s one of the most crowded and competitive marketplaces in the world. How do you stand up to a challenge like that?

To say Matthew McKenzie, cofounder and director at The Export Group, is a man with a passion for Asian business would be a complete understatement. And with an impressive record working across Australia and Asia for some of the world’s biggest brands, he knows what it takes to make or break it in the Chinese market.

This episode of The CMO Show takes a deep dive into the world of launching new brands to market in one of the most crowded places in the world: China. It’s recognising the sheer size and volume of competition across the many markets within China that sets successful brands apart, says McKenzie.

“If there is no history of your product and your brand and in many instances there’s not a long history of the category in China, you really need to be thinking quite differently,” he told CMO Show hosts Mark Jones and JV Douglas.

“It’s an exceptionally fragmented marketplace from a brand perspective and every brand, regardless of their size and scale back in their home market, comes up here as a junior.”

Tune in as Mark and JV discover what it takes to redefine yourself from market leader to market challenger, how to understand Chinese market demographics, and why to think about these things before you attempt to break in. All that plus plenty of cultural anecdotes!

Apr 13 2017 · 28mins