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Seed Waikato March Event

  • Chartwell Room, Hamilton Gardens Hungerford Crescent Hamilton, Waikato, 3216 New Zealand (map)
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Is a millennial life all just smashed avocado, chai lattes and Snapchat? Lazy, narcissistic, selfie-lover; characteristics mainstream media love to associate with the millennial profile, but let’s take a closer look. The highs and lows of a generation still trying to figure itself out. If you're 18-30(ish), join us at our inspirational story-telling event, and hear tips and hacks from local leaders!


Willy Munro - Potential Pursuer

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Willy is a personal and mindset development coach. He specialises in equipping people with the strategies they need to make the changes they desire in their life. His passion for personal development was sparked when he set upon his own journey to find out how others create the most successful versions of themselves.

Willy's focus is more aligned with the scientific methods for how people make these changes. He believes that everyone deserves to see what their life would be like if they went all-in on themselves and is now on a mission to help people do this at scale.


Jess Molina - Storyteller

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Jess Molina is a storyteller. That’s just who she is – a 20 something editor turned actor and TV host, chronic oversharer on the internet, flatlay enthusiast, pasta eater, writer, and fairytale believer from New Zealand. And that’s just her night job.

By day, she’s a cool corporate, helping bring stories to life through her unique brand of storytelling. Somewhere in there she manages to relax and live her best life eating all the food, watch The Greatest Showman for the fifth time in a row at the cinemas, stay up late to interview celebrities LA time, and ‘Instagram’ her life.


Eliot Jessep - Expectation Smasher

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Eliot Jessep is what you might call an accidental entrepreneur. At 22, he operates two successful e-commerce businesses, has worked in radio, sold calendars in shopping malls, done architectural and stage lighting, sold real estate, dabbled in broadcasting, and given talks to other aspiring young business.

His story is made more remarkable by the facts he left school at 16, lost his mother in a car crash, and has only recently been able to forge a relationship with his father. He started working at 14-years-old, and it’s been one hell of an adventure since then.


So, will you join us? Tickets are limited, and will sell out. Get yours now!

We have three ticket options, and by purchasing a pay it forward ticket, you're enabling a young person to attend who normally couldn't. 

A special thank you to Sam Wright, who created this highlights reel from our first event, so you can get a taste of the vibe!