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About Ride the Wave:

Follow the journey of 90 Seconds as they design, build and grow a world-class internet company and roll it out across the planet. Ride the Wave opens the doors and provides a completely transparent perspective into the heart of entrepreneurship. Join us, experience the energy, learn what works for us and what may not. Come on the journey as we continue to tell the whole story and ride this wave all the way!

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2015

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  • EPISODE ONE

    Ride the Wave – Ep#1

    The UK is the second base that 90 Seconds started (4 years ago) after being founded in New Zealand. Tim Norton, Jake Davy and Mischa Malane land the perfect pad in London on Airbnb. Embedded in the heart of London they drop into the 90 Seconds base in Central Working to connect with the local team and newly imported GM Simon Geenty. Tim and Rachel Ng (Head of Talent) reach out to further potential 90 talent using LinkedIn Recruiter before Tim shoots off to raise a quick $500k from an interested investor. The remaining couple of days are packed with strategic content meetings, pitching 90 Seconds to a leading stock video website and further building the customer experience and platform.

  • EPISODE TWO

    Ride the Wave – Ep#2

    Tim and crew hit New York, land another Airbnb pad, power-up on cold-pressed juices and hire a much of bicycles. Biking through the bustling traffic of Manhattan, they make their way to a series of meetings with potential partners, investors and cool Kiwi’s that have taken their businesses into the US. In typical New York fashion, business is a 24 hour opportunity to connect with the right people, strategise, develop and build until the sunrises. After an extraordinary opportunity presents itself at the top of the Empire State Building, the team takes a moment to relax in some stream and hot water before flying out to London.

  • EPISODE THREE

    Ride the Wave – Ep#3

    Tim checks in with CEO of 90 Seconds Japan, Jay Yamahata and the local team in Tokyo. After some green tea and sushi it’s off to meet with a bunch of interesting venture companies including NTT Docomo.

  • EPISODE FOUR

    Ride the Wave – Ep#4

    13 x 90 Seconds leaders from 5 countries are all together in our South East Asia HQ in the beautiful and steamy Singapore for 3 days of high energy connection, focus and growth of the next stage of 90 Seconds, and heaps of goodtimes…

  • EPISODE FIVE

    Ride the Wave – Ep#5

    In the heart of South-east Asia, 90 Seconds Singapore is simply heaving as local GM Nick Erskine-Shaw and his team land some huge clients and make plans to further expand across the region. 90 Seconds signed the deal with OPT S.E.A. Meet some of the colourful humans based out of our Singapore office, visit a temple with Tim and Nick and drop-in on kiwi entrepreneur Cameron Priest from Trade Gecko. Fighter-jet fly over and produce a momentary distraction before the entire Leadership team arrive for a mind-blowing experience.

Starring:

– Tim Norton – CEO – 90 Seconds – http://90seconds.tv
– Mischa Malane – Content Director – 90 Seconds – http://90seconds.tv
– George Steele – Head of Systems – 90 Seconds – http://90seconds.tv
– Jake Davy – Head of Customer Experience – 90 Seconds – http://90seconds.tv
– Richard Chew – CFO – 90 Seconds – http://90seconds.tv
– Dave Insull – 90 Seconds Australia – http://90seconds.com.au
– Yamahata Jay – President and CEO/代表取締役社長・最高経営責任者 – 90 Seconds Japan (株式会社) – http://90seconds.jp
– Nick Erskine-Shaw – Sales and Marketing Director – UK – 90 Seconds UK – http://90seconds.co.uk
– Simon Geenty – General Manager – 90 Seconds UK – http://90seconds.co.uk
– Marcus Wild – General Manager – Wellington, South Island and Media – 90 Seconds New Zealand – http://90seconds.tv
– Daniel Littlepage – General Manager – Sales & Operations – 90 Seconds Australia – http://90seconds.com.au
– Rachel Ng – Head of Talent – 90 Seconds – http://90seconds.tv
– Kieran Pilkington – Lead Ruby on Rails Developer – 90 Seconds – http://90seconds.tv
– Sian Simpson
– Timothy Williams – 90 Seconds Japan (株式会社) – http://90seconds.jp
– John Holt – Chairman – CommArc
– Amanda Cairns-Cowan – 90 Seconds Australia – http://90seconds.com.au
– Eden Jahnke – Part-Time Accounts & Admin Assitant – 90 Seconds – http://90seconds.tv
– Rachel Burrell – Success Manager – 90 Seconds UK – http://90seconds.co.uk
– Hara Rikako – Sales & Success Manager – 90 Seconds Japan (株式会社) – http://90seconds.jp
– Suzuki Yukino – Success Manager – 90 Seconds Japan (株式会社) – http://90seconds.jp
– Greer Nagle – Content Producer – 90 Seconds Australia – http://90seconds.com.au
– Matt House – 90 Seconds Media – http://90seconds.tv
– Josh Vickers – Content Producer – 90 Seconds UK – http://90seconds.co.uk
– Varshita Chand – Content Producer – 90 Seconds SEA – http://90seconds.com.sg
– Shuichi Fujiyasu – Success Manager – 90 Seconds Japan (株式会社) – http://90seconds.jp
– Remy Flatt – Developer – 90 Seconds – http://90seconds.tv
– James Hay – Frontend developer – 90 Seconds – http://90seconds.tv
– Bo Thorp – Content Director – 90 Seconds Australia – http://90seconds.com.au
– Rina Harman – 90 Seconds SEA – http://90seconds.com.sg
– Brooke Nisbett – Success Manager – 90 Seconds UK – http://90seconds.co.uk
– Richard Biffin – Developer – 90 Seconds – http://90seconds.tv
– Leila Popham – Success Manager – 90 Seconds UK – http://90seconds.co.uk
– Sylwia Janiszek – Accountant – 90 Seconds – http://90seconds.tv
– Victoria Millan – Success Manager – 90 Seconds New Zealand – http://90seconds.tv
– Parris Downey – kyuss.co.nz – http://kyuss.co.nz
– Blair Doherty – Accounts Administrator – 90 Seconds – http://90seconds.tv
– Keren Cook – Television Presenter – TVC Presenter
– Jessica Townsend
– Janine Campbell – Success Manager – 90 Seconds SEA – http://90seconds.com.sg
– Avril Timbs – 90 Seconds Media – http://90seconds.tv
– Ishige Yuko

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