Episodes

Episode 3 – Legal Innovation

In this episode we talk to Adelaide lawyer Craig Yeung about his divergence from the traditional model of law into his new legal start-up. Craig chats about the challenges of being innovative within the very traditional and conservative legal space of South Australia.

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Concepts and Themes

  • Accreditation as a method of maintaining professional standard or a barrier to innovation?
  • How the legal fraternity disincentivises senior practitioners to change, while providing very limited opportunity for new entrants to innovate.
  • How new client payment and engagement models prove challenging for the establishment to approve.
  • Scaling a service orientated business.
  • Importance of a supportive family.

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Episode 2 – A not so Oddcast – OddGames

In this episode we talk to brothers David and Terry O’Donaghue and 3rd founder Ben Marsh about the genesis of their games company Odd Games. We talk about what it is like to work with family, and what is is like for Ben to work with 2 brothers.

 Guests

  • David O’Donaghue
  • Terry O’Donaghue
  • Ben Marsh

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Concepts and Themes

  • Working with Family and the importance of defining roles.
  • Dealing with the HIT / MISS nature of the games industry and strategies to smooth out this binary outcome.
  • Importance of Brand association and how an existing brand legitimise a new offering
  • Launch Strategies into the online content stores of iTunes and Google Play stores.
  • Business models of of app stores and mobile games and monetisation strategies of free-to-play games
  • Taking on investment and grant money
  • Job To Be Done of Monster Truck Games – is it Destruction or Customisation of their Ride?

Followup

  • Grant remember’s to mention an important family member of his own… brother Craig who is Co-Director of Enabled.

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Episode 1 – Beginnings

In the first Episode of Catching 22, Eamon and Grant chat about their origins and take the listeners through journey up until the current day.

Wrapping this episode they chat about what they hope to gain from the podcast, how they hope listeners can benefit and why they called this podcast Catching 22.

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Concepts and Themes

  • Business like life is certainly a journey not a destination
  • Choosing business parters
  • Addressing Painpoint to create a business opportunity
  • MVP – Minimal Viable Product
  • Pitching a business by telling the right story
  • Bootstrapping a business
  • The Startup scene
  • What is a startup vs starting a business
  • South Australian Government procurement shortfalls
  • Digital Disruption
  • Common mistakes by Entrepreneurs and Startups

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