Krisztina "Z" Holly

Make It in LA / The Art of Manufacturing

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Krisztina "Z" Holly is the founder and chief instigator of Make It in LA and host of the podcast The Art of Manufacturing.

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Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has been ousted from the company he created. Was this the best way to address the negatives of a highly creative entrepreneur?

Should extremely creative CEOs get away with bad behavior?

Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has been ousted from the company he created. Was this the best way to address the negatives of a highly creative entrepreneur?

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Krisztina "Z" Holly, host of The Art of Manufacturing podcast 
 Many cities have looked to the so-called "creative class" to fuel their post-industrial economy. In the Los Angeles…

Creative jobs and manufacturing in Los Angeles

Krisztina "Z" Holly, host of The Art of Manufacturing podcast Many cities have looked to the so-called "creative class" to fuel their post-industrial economy. In the Los Angeles…

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