Ep 06: Prepare for anything - Rosebery Service StationBold Businesses add
It’s not every day that you come across a full driveway service petrol station these days and it’s what George Carayannis and three generations of his family have built their reputation on. This episode we talk with George and business advisor Craig West about how best to plan for the unknown and manage some of the challenges not only family businesses, but all small businesses face in a disruptive market.
Ep 05: Work Here, There or Anywhere - Good ManorsBold Businesses add
When Matt Ashwin started his outdoors career as a landscape gardener he never thought he'd end up behind a desk running a multi-million dollar business. Tune in to hear how Matt and organisational psychologist Dr Ben Searle work through the best ways to build a strong company culture and how to keep remote work forces engaged.
Ep 04: Doing what you love not paperwork - TribeBold Businesses add
Jess Polaschek hated maths during school. So much so, she avoided it completely and studied art and design. But now as founder of her own retail brand, she’s changed her mind about maths. Tune in to hear Jess, and business expert Annie Flannagan talk about how learning to read the story that numbers tell can turn financial chores into one of the most interesting parts of doing business.
Ep 03: Doing more with less - PodtrackersBold Businesses add
Fresh off a flight from his new home in Los Angeles, tech entrepreneur Sebastian Langton reflects on the bold strategies that make his small team and their pet tracking GPS device good enough to outcompete global giants and win in the US market. His insights - from the night sleeping on a park bench to building an international presence - will inspire small businesses looking to do more with less.
Ep 02: A Different Way to Work - Veneziano CoffeeBold Businesses add
How do you innovate in the food industry? Rocky Veneziano and his friend and business partner of 20 years, Craig Dickson, discuss how they turned a cafe in Richmond and a pallet of coffee beans into two multi-million dollar behemoths. Tune in for how to stay ahead of the pack in business, how to judge a perfect cup of coffee, and why filter coffee doesn’t just belong in 1980’s motels.
Ep 01: Wired for Growth - Buttercream BakeryBold Businesses add
Cult cake maker and founder of Buttercream Bakery, Kat Logan, shares the bold moves she’s made turning her side passion into a social media brand on the grow. Surprisingly, the Wu-Tang Clan play a part in Kat’s story. Brand strategy expert Joe Rogers joins the podcast with some timely advice for small businesses aspiring to compete with the big brands.
TrailerBold Businesses add
No matter what size business you’re in, it’s no longer business as usual. To deliver sustained growth or even survival, businesses are encouraged to boldly embrace new technologies, business models, new ideas and markets. In Bold Businesses we hear the inspirational stories of people driving the changing face of business in Australia.
From David vs Goliath battles to a Goliath behaving like David; you’ll hear first hand from small business owners, entrepreneurs and disrupters about their struggles, wins and lessons. Each episode is an inspiring, informative, interesting story marked by triumphs, tribulations and insights — from some of the countries most interesting companies.
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