A David and Goliath story this week! Ned Moorfield, the CEO and co-founder of ridesharing service, GoCatch tells TMBS how to compete with an 800 pound gorilla (Uber in Ned’s case). MB also probes Ned for his insights on marketplace models, creating a point of difference and raising millions in funding from all tiers of investors to fund the growth of his business.

Two Georges and one estrogen packed show this week! Gen George, Jane Lu and  Georgia Woodyard join to talk about women in business and a woman in business (the café business that is).

If you’re a woman in business and not already a member, check out Like Minded Bitches Drinking Wine and if you’re in need of a great coffee or feed, head to Scouts Honour in Redfern or Morris in Paddington.

With all the great talent we’ve had over the past 12 months, we just had to go back and do a ‘Best Of’. Pure gold from; Jules Lund, Grant Williams, Joe Hockey, Ange Postecoglou and Todd Sampson.

Hope you all enjoy!

Want some insights on the restaurant industry? We’ve got you covered – master chef, mogul, TV star, author and all round legend, Guillaume Brahimi, stops by this week to share his tips for first timers and what it takes to rise to the top.

Don’t think, drink!

Wild child Lisa McGuigan joins the panel to discuss all things vino – how to bottle it, how to sell it and of course how to drink it! We then cut over to the new Managing Director of Xero ,Trent Innes to discuss the business’s meteoric rise and their value proposition to Aussie SME’s (you guys!). Trust us when we say that accounting ain’t boring where Xero’s involved, especially when your business’ money is on the line!

Damn we’ve got some cool fans, beer brewers, legal eagles and ‘bungey pumpers’, to name a few. The first ever dedicated fan’s show today, was seriously interesting, listening to what you guys are into direct from you – keep up the good work team!

Lookin’ good ain’t easy… GQ Australia’s Editor, Matt Drummond weighs in on the Australian news psyche and shares plans for GQ’s push into the business sector. Winner of the Morton Bay Innovation Awards, Trevor Powell also joins to discuss solar energy and his exciting new invention.

From living large to lean and everything in between. Acorns Australia chief Tony Fay, LK Boutique’s James Kennedy and TV personality and founder of SWIISH.com, Sally Obermeder join TMBS for an extended podcast this week to discuss micro-investing, the luxury items trade and how to live large on a budget.

Going in deep this week with global technology giant Johnson & Johnson. Kris Sterkens, Bruce Goodwin and Christoph Glaetzer chat to Mark & Nick about the state of play in healthcare innovation both domestically and abroad. We won’t do it every week, but every now and then TMBS likes to flex its intellectual muscles – this one’s for the thinkers folks ; )

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