37 Degrees Latitude / Didier Elzinga, Culture Amp

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Didier’s journey to becoming not a unicorn, but a culture “koala-corn.” 

This week on 37 Degrees Latitude, Didier Elzinga, the founder, and CEO of Culture Amp talks about his journey to become a global leader in building culture-first companies and a name synonymous with entrepreneurial success. 

Didier knows the challenges of scaling a startup from four people in a coworking space, to a multinational success with offices around the world. But his most important piece of advice: show up.  

U.S. Consul General Mike Kleine asks Didier to discuss the importance of diversity and inclusion, thinking globally from the outset, and turning quintessential Australian qualities into Silicon Valley assets. 

 

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Culture Amp 

Rising Sun Pictures 

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About

In this podcast, U.S. Consul General to Melbourne Michael Kleine meets the Australian founders and entrepreneurs who cut a path between 37˚ N & S and found capital, partners, markets, and success in the United States. 

Mike Kleine is a career diplomat for the U.S. Department of State Officer who is currently the U.S. Consul General to Melbourne. As a former founder turned diplomat, he has a deep-seated interest in entrepreneurship, a fascination with innovation, and a passion for the U.S-Australia relationship.

 

 

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