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I had a great chat with Helen Baxter today. British and European colleagues may remember her name from the EU’s Knowledgeboard, where I first met her. And others might know her name from her record label, TMet Recordings, or her media company, Mohawk Media. I’m honoured that she blogged about this blog todaypimping, I believe the term is. Outside this virtual world, the last time I heard that was in the Sweeney! movie. It’s on The Business Blog for Kiwi Creatives, where there are some great entries and links for the New Zealand business person and entrepreneur—even a Podcast with yours truly. Thank you, Helen, for “pimping” this!
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Can you tell us whether Helen has any entrepreneurial revolution projects 1 2 going on that she wants the world to connect with? Our economist team is always particularly excited to hear how peoples media projects are upcurving.

You may recall I introduced you and her as NZ folk most likely to help change the world. In that top 3 my other nominee from personal networking retreats and meetings would be Barry Coates. He was last seen directing New Zealand's Oxfam, having been the person who did most to get World Development Movement going. WDM is a London-originated movement that can get thousands of youthful cultural creatives coming to meetings on what had hiterto seemed to be obscure globalisation policies such as GATTs. One of the great world waves Barry has been connected with is water, and London remains the world's number 1 crisis intervention/collaboration crossroads for all networks concerned with whether we will save humanity from running out of clean water in time.

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