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  • Industry leaders talking about property marketing
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  • Iwan Sunito

    Nov 29 2021
    Iwan Sunito’s story is one of resilience and success. Born in Surabaya, East Java, Iwan spent many childhood years in the small town of Pangkalan Bun in Kalimantan, known also as Borneo, before moving to Australia as a teenager. Iwan completed a Bachelor of Architecture with Honours and a Masters of Construction Management at UNSW and in 1994 he started his own architectural firm. In 1996 Iwan formed Crown Group with business partner Paul Sathio. In the years following Crown Group completed a string of successful projects, weathering the storms of the 2008 global financial crisis and the company is now set to be one of the largest private property developers in Australia with over $5B with of projects in the pipeline world wide. Iwan was the chairman of Indonesia’s Tsunami Corporate appeal in 2006 and has been actively involved in fundraising for the Sydney Children’s Hospital, the John Fawcett Eye Foundation in Bali and orphanages in Indonesia. Iwan was named 2015 Urban Taskforce Australia Property Person of the Year, one of the highest industry accolades in Australia. He was also a winner in the 2013 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year awards and awarded the 2013 Congress of Indonesian Diaspora Entrepreneur award. Iwan was appointed to the Global Indonesian Diaspora Board in 2013 and recently spoke at the 2017 Indonesian Diaspora Congress. Iwan is the chairman of the Sydney Christian Worship Centre and B2B, a mentoring programme for young professionals. His first book ‘From Borneo to Bloomberg, A Comeback Story and 13 Principles of Success’ was published in 2014. Iwan’s top- selling biography ‘Without Borders’ by Teguh Sri Pambudi was published in 2016. Iwan lives in Sydney with his wife and three children. In this episode Iwan explain’s what is what like growing up in remote Indonesia, how to create your own market segment, establish genuine brand equity & the power of perseverance.
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    2 hrs and 15 mins
  • Amanda Stanaway

    Sep 14 2021
    Today’s episode features Amanda Stanaway. Amanda is the Global workplace leader & principal at Woods Bagot. Amanda sits at the forefront of workplace design; currently working with a broad portfolio of corporate clients worldwide including NAB, CBA & Google. Her role encompasses strategy and interior design across the commercial, lifestyle and public sectors and this mix of skills and diversity of knowledge provides a unique, comprehensive and innovative approach to projects for her clients. Amanda has been instrumental in creating some of the most cutting edge workplaces in Australia – which have delivered real business advantage and positive change for the organisation. In this episode Amanda explains how to tell logical design stories utilising whole brain thinking strategy, how to live the brand and what the post covid workplace reality looks like.
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    1 hr and 18 mins
  • Andrei Dolnikov

    Jul 26 2021
    Andrei founded BINYAN in his Sydney living room with the ambition to do nothing short of shape the future of architecture. After bartending at the Sydney Opera House while studying at the University of New South Wales, he spent his first professional years in the United States working as a designer and 3D technician at a range of architectural firms in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was during this stint that the part-time rabbi developed a yen for humanising architectural images. While helping a client create visuals for a local synagogue, rather than inserting eerie avatars, Andrei introduced lifelike details, which gave traditionally cold, flat drawings a real sense of how people would occupy the space and make it their own. This approach to architectural imaging would go on to define and differentiate Andrei’s aesthetic —as well as BINYAN’s. Returning to Australia, he completed his degree in interior architecture and struck out on his own, committed to a new kind of business, where ego takes a back seat to genuine collaboration. Andrei built BINYAN on seven pillars: ethical transparency, entrepreneurial experimentation, authentic relationships, lighthearted spirit, knowledge sharing, thought leadership, and humility. Today, BINYAN is a leading architectural 3D rendering and animation studio with an international portfolio full of industry standard-setters with offices in Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, New York, and London. Originally a Sydney boy, Andrei is now based in Melbourne with his wife, Miriam, and four children, moonlighting as a Rabbi when called upon, and once in a while zipping around Capri (pre & post covid) with Miriam on a yellow Vespa. In this episode Andrei shares his thoughts on channeling Mad Men’s Don Draper, the fine & mysterious art of CGI, and all things Kosher. Enjoy.
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    1 hr and 52 mins

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