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4 ways the violin can help us create a marketing impact with Stephanie Scheller | #579

Stephanie Scheller owns a marketing agency in Texas that teaches clients the not-so-subtle art of disruption. And guess how she does it? With a violin, of course! Yeah, with a squeaky little violin called Honey! It’s a wacky episode 579 of The (12 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.

4 ways the violin can help us create a marketing impact with Stephanie Scheller | #579

How Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters became Lachy Doley’s biggest client | #578

In 2017, Lachy Doley did something most business owners would never do. He emailed his adoring fans to tell them, in no uncertain terms, that he was “more broke than ever and seriously this close to giving up and finding a real job.” Four years later and he’s about to embark on a global tour with Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters. It’s a not-so-dark-side-of-the-moon episode 578 of The (12 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.

How Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters became Lachy Doley’s biggest client | #578

Streetwear brand HoMie is changing the retail environment for the good (and forever) | #577

Hands up if you’ve walked past a young homeless person and avoided eye contact. Maybe you wanted to give them a few bucks only to realise you don’t carry notes anymore. Or maybe you wanted to stop and help them but you didn’t know how. Well, today’s guest has felt all those emotions … so much so that he was compelled to do something about it. So, he started a social enterprise with a marketing and sales bent … and he’s never looked back. It’s a heart-warming episode 577 of The (12 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.

Streetwear brand HoMie is changing the retail environment for the good (and forever) | #577

AFL legend Richie Vandenberg’s wine brand aims to remove 1 billion plastic bottles from our oceans | #576

Today’s guest happens to have captained the mighty Hawks, the Aussie Rules Football team I’ve supported all of my life. And sure … there may be the odd fanboy moment during our chat. But, he’s also the founder of a disruptive wine brand that’s laser-focussed on removing one billion plastic bottles from our oceans by 2030. It’s episode-on-a-mission,o 576 of The (12 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.

AFL legend Richie Vandenberg’s wine brand aims to remove 1 billion plastic bottles from our oceans | #576

Dr. Phil is doing his best to keep people off his operating table | #575

Today we chat with Dr. Phil. Nope. Not that Dr. Phil. Our Dr. Phil is a Florida-based heart surgeon who’s doing everything he can to keep patients OFF his operating table. In other words, he doesn’t want any clients! It’s heart-stopping (maybe that should be starting?!) episode 575 of The (12 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.

Dr. Phil is doing his best to keep people off his operating table | #575

[Regional Queensland Special #8 – Gold Coast] Zarraffa’s Coffee founder Kenton Campbell & Nutrition Warehouse’s Grant Mayo | #574

Our regional Queensland business showcase wraps up this week on the Gold Coast where we meet two giants business – Zarraffa’s Coffee founder Kenton Campbell, and Nutrition Warehouse founder Grant mayo. And you’ll never guess what he was before becoming an entrepreneur! It’s a curious episode 574 of The (12 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.

[Regional Queensland Special #8 – Gold Coast] Zarraffa’s Coffee founder Kenton Campbell & Nutrition Warehouse’s Grant Mayo | #574

[Regional Queensland Special #7 – Toowoomba] Wallpaper aficionado Bryce Capp & 3rd gen family jeweller Lachlan Hogan | #573

Part 7 of our regional Queensland business showcase takes us inland to Toowoomba, where we meet a globally-recognised wallpaper manufacturer, and a third generation family jeweller. It’s a bespoke episode 573 of The (12 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.

[Regional Queensland Special #7 – Toowoomba] Wallpaper aficionado Bryce Capp & 3rd gen family jeweller Lachlan Hogan | #573

[Regional Queensland Special #6 – Sunshine Coast] – Spirit House’s Acland Brierty & CoYo’s Sandra Gosling | #572

Part 6 of our regional Queensland business showcase takes us to the Sunshine Coast, where we meet one of Queensland’s leading restaurateurs, along with the co-founder of an entirely new yoghurt category! It’s a tasty episode 572 of The (12 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.

[Regional Queensland Special #6 – Sunshine Coast] – Spirit House’s Acland Brierty & CoYo’s Sandra Gosling | #572

[Regional Queensland Special #5 – Bundaberg] Seair’s Pete Gash & Kalki Moon’s Rick Prosser | #571

Part 5 of our series showcasing successful regional Queensland business founders take us to sunny Bundaberg, where we go inside two vastly different businesses. It’s episode 571, set amongst the sugar kane, of The (12 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.

[Regional Queensland Special #5 – Bundaberg] Seair’s Pete Gash & Kalki Moon’s Rick Prosser | #571

[Regional Queensland Special #4 – Rockhampton] Know Your Knockers’ Kat Haughton & Queen Cherry Bomb’s Leah Samson | #570

Part 4 of our series showcasing successful regional Queensland business founders, has us catching up with two female entrepreneurs that are making a serious dent in their respective industries. It’s a get-out-of-the-way-I’m-on-a-mission episode 570 of The (12 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.

[Regional Queensland Special #4 – Rockhampton] Know Your Knockers’ Kat Haughton & Queen Cherry Bomb’s Leah Samson | #570