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290 – How To Successfully Market Your Business In An Industry Where ‘Marketing’ Is A Dirty Word

What do you do when your business operates in a compassionate industry where marketing and sales are a dirty word? Well, one thing you could try is follow the lead of country vet and long time listener, Braden Collins. Braden has successfully applied many of the ideas shared in past episodes along with his own sprinkling of marketing magic. Let’s do this …

290 – How To Successfully Market Your Business In An Industry Where ‘Marketing’ Is A Dirty Word
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289 – How To Generate More Leads With Clay Clark from Thrive15

Are you wondering how to generate more leads? Excellent. Then join me, as I chat with serial entrepreneur Clay Clark (of Thrive15) who’s launched nine successful business, including a membership-based men’s hairdressers called Elephant In The Room!

PLUS in today’s episode of Australia’s best marketing podcast, I help a listener with some ideas about how to create remarkable marketing in an industry he considers to be boring and occasionally upsetting!

You ready? Excellent. Let’s do this …

289 – How To Generate More Leads With Clay Clark from Thrive15
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288 – Get On Your Bike & Do Something You Love, With Leena van Raay of Bike ‘n Blend

After working for 10 years in a hospital, Leena van Raay decided she wanted to actively promote health rather than cure sickness. Wanting to promote healthy eating and the joy of cycling to the masses, she quit her full-time job as a medical researcher and started events company Bike n’ Blend. She has been so busy she has hardly had the time to look back!

288 – Get On Your Bike & Do Something You Love, With Leena van Raay of Bike ‘n Blend
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287 – How To Go From Bankruptcy To A Dream Business With Phil Leahy

You’ve got two choices when you go bankrupt. You either give up … or you get up, dust yourself off and create a business and a life you love. Have a guess what today’s guest did?

Plus in today’s episode we find time for a quick check-in, I share a motivational quote about living the life you deserve, and I share some feedback from two motivated business owners who have successfully taken some swift marketing action.

Yep, you guessed it … another massive episode of Australia’s best marketing podcast.

287 – How To Go From Bankruptcy To A Dream Business With Phil Leahy
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286 – How To Build a Heatlhy Brand With Kate Johannson From KOJA Health

What do you do when you’re six months in to building a new business and things stop looking rosy? You celebrate all the positives, remind yourself of why you do what you do, then throw yourself to the sharks.

Today’s guest is Kate Johansson, the founder of KOJA Health, a real food supplement business. She has a personal passion for health and wellness and is keen to get real food back on the shelves for Australian consumers.

Join me as she explains how.

286 – How To Build a Heatlhy Brand With Kate Johannson From KOJA Health
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285 – Australian startup Grrrl gambled 95% of its marketing budget on a Holly Holm sponsorship

Start-up Grrrl gambled 95% of it’s marketing budget on UFC’s underdog Holly Holm (ranked 7 in the world) beating the world #1 Ronda Rousey in last week’s Bantamweight World Title Fight. Well, the underdog won and this has tuned out to be an inspired sponsorship decision. Listen in as founder Kortney Olsen (a State Jiu Jitsu champion and Australian arm wrestling title holder) takes us through the deal and what it’s done for her brand new business.

285 – Australian startup Grrrl gambled 95% of its marketing budget on a Holly Holm sponsorship
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284 – Foundr Magazine’s Nathan Chan takes us behind-the-scenes of his burgeoning online magazine empire

Foundr Magazine’s Nathan Chan has hustled his way to a community of over one million peeps (yeah, one million), including almost 500,000 Instagram followers, and interviews with the likes of Tony Robbins, Ariana Huffington and Seth Godin (yeah, whatever ;0) Join me as we go behind-the-scenes of this burgeoning little online magazine empire.

284 – Foundr Magazine’s Nathan Chan takes us behind-the-scenes of his burgeoning online magazine empire
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283 – Product Demonstration Ideas (And Mighty Good Ones At That) With Jacklyn James Of Kiddies Food Kutter.

Within 30-seconds of meeting today’s guest she started slashing at her arm with a knife. Fortunately it was a safety knife – but I didn’t know that!

Jacklyn James is the inventor of the child-safe cutting knife … Kiddies Food Kutter. And she is a master (or should that be mistress) when it comes to demonstrating it in action. At farmers’ markets and culinary events all over Victoria she woos passers by with a mix of extraordinary passion and genuine belief in her product.

Yep, it’s another big episode of Australia’s best marketing podcast.

So let’s get stuck … right in.

283 – Product Demonstration Ideas (And Mighty Good Ones At That) With Jacklyn James Of Kiddies Food Kutter.
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282 – Boobs. Yeah, Big Boobs. They’re Why This Business Exists.

“Our business is big boobs!” That’s the opening line from the interview pitch I received from today’s guest. Maxine Windram of Brava Woman. And yes, she got my attention. And yes, the interview contains Dad jokes. But it also is busting with marketing G O L D! See what I did there ;0)

When Maxine and her mum (both full-busted women) launched Brava, a lingerie store for women D cup & up 9 years ago, they had never had a business, never worked in retail or even fitted a bra, but they knew fuller busted women needed a better deal. Today, they have three retail outlets in prominent shopping areas across Melbourne plus a bustling online store.

Yep, this episode of Australia’s best marketing podcast is busting at the seams – so let’s get stuck … right in!

282 – Boobs. Yeah, Big Boobs. They’re Why This Business Exists.
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281 – Disruptive marketing ideas rock. And Ben Walker, a 26-year old CPA, is nailing some.

Hey, what kind of business do you reckon this is? It’s got a cafe that’s not open to everyone. The cafe’s got beer taps. It has weekly gatherings of up to 30 people. And you can’t be a client if you can’t use an iPad. No idea? It’s an accounting firm. And a very disruptive one at that! (I do love disruptive marketing ideas!)

CPA Ben Walker opened the doors at Inspire CA three years ago, and from the very start he was determined not to make this any old accounting firm. He wanted it to stand out from the pack, to challenge the conventions of an industry that (some would argue) is trapped back in the 80s.

Listen in to find out what he’s done and how it’s impacted his business.

281 – Disruptive marketing ideas rock. And Ben Walker, a 26-year old CPA, is nailing some.
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