A new, must listen podcast for entrepreneurs and business owners

 

This isn't your average business podcast. The Make It Happen Show is a podcast by entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs.

Here at The Entourage, we've got a proven track record of making things happen, but we're not about getting things done at any cost.

So join Tim Morris, General Manager at The Entourage, as he sits down with a successful entrepreneur every week to ask them one simple question: how did you make it happen?

With the help of some pretty extraordinary guests, we'll give the advice we wish we had when we first got started out in business, shatter the myths about starting, running and growing a successful business, and help you navigate the common pitfalls of entrepreneurship.

Let's make it happen.


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Tim Fung
Founder & CEO of AirTasker

For Airtasker CEO Tim Fung, experimentation is at the core of entrepreneurship. So, in this episode of The Make It Happen Show, you’ll hear exactly how he developed a business idea that disrupted the Australian workforce, grew the company from 8 employees to a global team of 160, and amassed over 2.5 million members in less than 6 years. Yeah, Tim knows how to make it happen.

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Alyce Tran
Co-founder of The Daily Edited

When Alyce’s after-work side hustle, a leather accessories business, ended up earning her more money than her job in corporate law, she knew it was time for a change. The Daily Edited is now worth $23 million, has partnered with department stores including David Jones, and has flagship stores in Australia and the USA.

Luke Anear
Founder of Safety Culture

SafetyCulture is one of the fastest growing companies in Australia, and has been tapped on the shoulders to be the ‘next Atlassian.’ In 2018, Luke raised the largest amount of capital for any startup or tech company in Australia. Now, SafetyCulture is currently worth $440 million and employs over 200 people in 4 countries.

Fred Schebesta
Founder of finder.com.au

At 22, Fred started his first company when he was still at univeristy. It grew to become a successful agency and was sold to a publicly listed company in 2007. He’s now the CEO of Australia’s largest comparison website, finder.com.au, which is worth $1 billion, operates in 10 countries, and will expand to another 10 by 2020.