#90 Designing Shipping That's Good For The World with James Chin Moody.

When your work takes you outside the boundaries of our atmosphere, the Earth and her limits come into sharp focus.

 

James Chin Moody is co-founder and CEO of Sendle, a 100% carbon neutral technology company and major disruptor revolutionising parcel delivery around the globe.

 

Born into a family of engineers on his father’s side — he’s named after his great-great-uncle, who built the Sydney Harbour Bridge — and artists on his mother’s, he possesses the unique and powerful combination of a mind that’s both mathematical and creative.

 

As an Engineering and IT graduate he landed the job of Chief Systems Engineer for FedSat, the first Australian satellite to be launched in 30 years, and has held influential positions with the CSIRO and UNESCO.

 

A recognised expert on innovation, sustainability and the circular economy, he is the co-author of The Sixth Wave: How to Succeed in a Resource-Limited World, published in 2010.

 

Listen in as Vince and James discuss how his experience as a Satellite Engineer helped form his relationship to space and sustainability, becoming the first tech B Corp in Australia and the importance of purpose for shaping the businesses of the future.

When your work takes you outside the boundaries of our atmosphere, the Earth and her limits come into sharp focus.

 

James Chin Moody is co-founder and CEO of Sendle, a 100% carbon neutral technology company and major disruptor revolutionising parcel delivery around the globe.

 

Born into a family of engineers on his father’s side — he’s named after his great-great-uncle, who built the Sydney Harbour Bridge — and artists on his mother’s, he possesses the unique and powerful combination of a mind that’s both mathematical and creative.

 

As an Engineering and IT graduate he landed the job of Chief Systems Engineer for FedSat, the first Australian satellite to be launched in 30 years, and has held influential positions with the CSIRO and UNESCO.

 

A recognised expert on innovation, sustainability and the circular economy, he is the co-author of The Sixth Wave: How to Succeed in a Resource-Limited World, published in 2010.

 

Listen in as Vince and James discuss how his experience as a Satellite Engineer helped form his relationship to space and sustainability, becoming the first tech B Corp in Australia and the importance of purpose for shaping the businesses of the future.

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