Float House Gastown founders Andy and Mike Zaremba have spoken to some of Metro Vancouver’s most innovative thinkers on their regular #VancouverSurvivalGuide podcast.But recently, Mike was asked on the podcast for his own survival tips – and he had no shortage of things people can do to free their minds and relieve stress.
Erika Finlay, the Community Engagement Manager for Vancouver tech firm, Unbounce shares how breaking all of the rules for office life have helped to engage the employees. Opening up the office, encouraging volunteerism, playing games, taking breaks, and eating together have all lead Unbounce's employees to actually have fun at work; a concept that used to be foreign in offices.
Peter van Stolk of Spud.ca (Sustainable Produce, Urban, Delivery), Be Fresh Restaurant Chain joins us to talk about thinking local when it comes to your food and how this is impacting our community where it matters most.
Zack Berman and Ryan Slater are the co-founders of The Juice Truck, Canada's first Cold Pressed Juice Bar. They have their first book coming out in June 2017 with Penguin Random House on Juicing, Smoothies and living a Plant Based Lifestyle. Both of these guys are advocates of plant based living and the benefits for your personal health and the health of the world.
Are you living somebody else’s story? Or are you writing your own? Recently, we offered Ashley Wiles of Sole Girls a float, and a chance to share her wisdom with Mike on our regular #VancouverSurvivalGuide podcast.
In a recent episode of the Real Vancouver podcast, hosts Andy and Mike Zaremba started off their "Vancouver Survival Guide" with a bang. They sat down with Connor Beaton, founder of Man Talks, to discuss how local businesses and entrepreneurs could be leveraged to make their communities a better place. Beaton talked at length about the origins of Man Talks and how personal and professional development for men should always be a priority.