Graphic Designer: Brett King
Photographer: Jonny Knopp, Peanut Productions Photography

VOL.32 - Purpose
Tuesday 26 Sep, 2017
Christ's College Auditorium

//Purpose// - PechaKucha Night Christchurch Volume 32 is warming up the stage for Social Enterprise World Forum 2017 as part of the Transitional City Stream. Our speakers will be exploring their purpose, their reason for doing what they do and their creative processes.

We are proud to bring you a collection of local, national and international social entrepreneurs who have an interest and investment in making an impact. Vol.32 speakers include an international social photographer, the founder of a company that creates opportunities for resourcefulness in our city, a pair who have set up a company that farms insects for human consumption, a green architect, the founder of a successful ethical fashion business and more.

Thank you to our event partner Christ's College for hosting us.


Catarina Gutierrez // Bicycle Nerd // on Turning Legacy into Purpose

Rebecca Parnham // Co-founder Krama & Co. // on Weaving in the goodness

Camia Young // Director of Ohu - Office for Holistic Urbanism // on Building Communities by Building Buildings

Ben Atkinson // Founder, Fill Their Lunchbox // on Helping People Help People

Brandy Alger // Earthquake Outreach Coordinator // on Fabricating Education

Jonathan H. Lee // Photographer & Videographer // on Finding Purpose Through Travel & Service

Peter Randrup & Bex De Prospo // Anteater Co-Founders // on The Adventures of Bolt and Buzz: Tales of a Disruptive Social ANTerprise

Craig Jarvis // Architectural Designer // on Tiny house journal

Thomas Grandguillot and Sheena Hemens // Co-founders of Maison de Crepes // From Nantes to Christchurch - culture, multi-sport and crepes!

Juliet Arnott // Founder of Rekindle // Why wood we?

Samantha Jones // Little Yellow Bird Founder // Why mediocrity is the killer of greatness

Tyler Brummer // WeVisit Co-founder // on Common Sense Innovation

PechaKucha Nights are devised and shared by Klein Dytham Architecture.