Weight-loss algorithm creators Jade Spooner and Amal Wakim share how their side hustle has become a multi-million dollar weight loss empire. This week’s Monster Prize Draw winner likes to have lunch with me down by the beach! Plus I’ve got some big news on a big guest who’ll be joining us in a few week’s time.
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Brenton Ward’s business serves a very specific niche. It cost him $3,000 set-up, and generates $100,000 in recurring monthly income, with few overheads, and it runs without him. Nice niche!
In 1936, Madam Bache launched the Ella bache skincare brand. Today, it’s a global empire, run by her great niece Pippa Hallas who shares her amazing business journey with host Tim Reid.
Podiatrist turned product entrepreneur Rachael Ferguson on achieving 200% annual growth (year-on-year) | #530
200% annual growth (year-on-year) is what podiatrist turned product entrepreneur Rachael Ferguson is currently experiencing. Host Timbo Reid finds out how she’s doing it.
Mobile Tyre Shop’s Travis Osborne shares the strategies that have led to his extraordinary business growth. This week’s Monster Prize Draw winner feels guilty as a result of a killer idea picked up from a recent episode!
Plus I let you in on an upcoming guest who’s used her medical qualifications to create a product that many of us really can’t do without.
Avoid business closure with these cyber security tips with cyber security expert Bastien Treptel | #528
Host Timbo Reid’s business has been hacked four times in the past few months. So he decided it’s time to pull in the big guns and find out how all business owners can avoid this. So join Timbo as he chats with cyber security expert Bastien Treptel of the CTRL Group.
Jeremy Fleming has built stages for some of the biggest events and acts to ever come to Australia. Then COVID hit … and he was left without a business. But, thanks to an extraordinary pivot, business has never been so good. It’s a fully staged episode 527 of The (11 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.
In March of this year (2020), music schools all over the world closed. Some forever. Some moved across to Zoom. Then there was the one music school owner out of New York who made what turned out to be the greatest business decision of his life.
Over 100,000 pairs of Budgy Smugglers are sold each year globally. Owner Adam Linforth talks to host Tim Reid about how he’s in no rush to build this iconic (and fun) Australian brand.
Host Tim Reid chats with third generation business owner Johnny Kapos (AKA Chocolate Johnny) of Perfection Chocolates who’s embraced social media in a very big way to grow his chocolate shop and wholesaling business.