TMBS is back for 2017, asking the hard hitting questions of the Australian business sector. Tune in guys, we’re in a new studio and have announced some exciting plans for the rest of the year.
With so many great guests this year, we thought it was about time for another ‘best of’ episode. An interesting collection for our 58th episode; a footballer (Adam MacDougall), a surfer (Tom Carroll), a pilot (Richard de Crespigny) and a chef (Guillaume Brahimi).
Hope you guys enjoy it!
They eat, sleep and work together and they’re not even married! Mark Cronje and Christopher McCorry jumped off a ledge 6 months ago to start http://spcagent.io/ and are living proof that if you want something bad enough you’ll find a way to make it happen, even if you’re not an expert!
We really explored the back yourself mentality today – hope you enjoy the chat!
Apologies everyone, we forgot to post this episode a couple weeks back. Plenty of good stuff though on emotional resilience, pivoting and the skill of moving forward.
FYI, RBA information may be a little dated. Enjoy!
Couldn’t find the light switch this morning, but podcasting in the dark wasn’t that bad! Great line up today; the George boys from Autonado, Daniel Borg (Psyborg), Alison Michalk from Quiip and Valiant Finance (a TMBS workspace fintech).
Three River’s Archer Hamilton and Charlie Single, better known as the publishers of The Betoota Advocate join us on the show to provide not only their industry insights but more importantly a laugh! Just a reminder this week’s episode is in two parts – we’ll be chatting to the consumer’s champion Michael Fraser during next week’s show. Enjoy.
Episode 31 of The Mark Bouris Show sees Mark speaking with some real heavy hitters including Joe Hockey as well as Diego Moralles, Chris Hourigan and Gavin Fox-Smith from Johnson & Johnson group.
This week’s podcast was worth the wait guys! Wyatt Roy, Mark Bouris and Chris Hourigan deep dive into the big issues facing Aussie innovation. No bullshit just the answers from Malcolm’s proxy for innovation and Jansen’s (J&J) Aussie chief of innovation – definitely wasn’t question time in Canberra folks. A special thank you to our guests Wyatt and Chris, both top blokes and clearly the right guys for their respective jobs.
Mark takes you through the latest news from the RBA, Genevieve George from ‘Oneshift Jobs’ talks about getting started in business and building a successful company (au.oneshiftjobs.com/). Tom and Sebastian from “More Chillis Productions”/ Streets of Sydney are on the show to explain how they funded their business from a Pokie win and how a bunch of housemates now run a film production company.