How small business can use Virtual Reality to showcase their business: Toby Tremayne – Magic Industries
Toby is an expert in virtual and augmented reality, having worked as a tech-guru for PwC and Lihodomos VR, and running his own company Magic Industries. Virtual Reality is breathing life back into the ancient world. You can now explore ancient cities as they looked over 2,000 years ago and immerse yourself in countless awe-inspiring experiences. Perfect for the tourism, education and entertainment industries, find out how this technology will enhance your business.
How to make money from blogging: Darren Rowse, ProBlogger
Everyone wants a blog but most of us don’t quite know why. In this podcast, one of the world’s most successful bloggers reveals the secrets to building a blog that makes money. Darren Rowse’s blogs attract over 5 million readers per month and he makes a tidy living from it. So how did he do it? And more importantly, how can you do it?
How to profit from the Internet of Things: Kevin Bloch – CiSCO
If you’d like a beginners’ guide to the Internet of Things, this episode is for you.
Kevin Bloch is the Chief Technologist at CiSCO (Australia and NZ). He knows more about the Internet of Things (IoT) than most because his company builds the circuits and sensors that underpin it. Few industries will escape disruption so if you have a vested interest in keeping your business ahead of the IoT curve, you should listen to this podcast.
How to launch a social enterprise that makes money: Justine Flynn – Thank you Group
If you’d like the inside running on how to build a super-successful social enterprise from scratch, this episode is for you.
When Daniel and Justine Flynn, co-founders of the Thankyou Group, googled “How to set up a bottled-water company” little did they know that simple Google search would see them become the founders of one of Australia’s most successful social enterprises. This podcast with Justine outlines exactly how they got started, the challenges they faced and the next wave of disruption they plan to unleash upon the retail world.
How to predict the future – Paul Greenberg – co-founder Deals Direct.com.au, Chairman NORA
Paul Greenberg occupies a unique space within the start-up community. Often referred to as the ‘Godfather’ of the online retail sector, Paul co-founded Australia’s first online department store, DealsDirect.com.au (which listed on the ASX valued at over $100m) and now heads up the National Online Retailers Association (NORA). He travels the world speaking to the leading disruptors and in this podcast reveals the trends that are about to impact the Australian start-up sector.
How to future proof your service business: Morris Miselowski – Futurist
What exactly is the collaborative economy, peer-to-peer funding and a unicorn? What is the future of the insurance industry, car manufacturers and funeral directors? In this wide ranging interview about the future of everything, Morris reveals why standing still in a fast-moving digitally disruptive landscape is simply not an option anymore.
How to build a cult following quickly: Nathan Chan – Foundr Magazine
Creating an online magazine that attracts over a million readers is not easy but that’s exactly what Nathan Chan did. Not only did he create it from scratch with no budget, he attracted the likes of Richard Branson and Tony Robbins to be on the cover! How did he do it? Why did he do it? And how did he leverage it all to make money? This podcast with Nathan outlines.
How long will it take before your company is hacked? Tom Crampton – Trusted Impact
It’s not a matter of if your company will be hacked. It’s a matter of when it will be hacked. That’s the opinion of Tom Crampton, one of Australia’s most respected cyber security experts. Cyber-attacks could bring a business to its knees within seconds and even with the most stringent security plans in place, it could still happen. This podcast with Tom outlines what every business needs to know about cyber-attacks, how to prevent them and what to do if you are attacked.
How to make easy money by renting out your driveway: Michael Nucifero – Parkhound
When Michael Nucifero and Rob Crocitti were running late to watch a football match in Melbourne they asked themselves, ‘wouldn’t it be great if we could slip $5 under someone’s door and park in their driveway?’ That idea became the basis of their successful startup, Parking Hound. This podcast documents their start-up journey and how they took this random idea and turned it into a rip-roaring success.
Big Data for Small Business – How data science helps SMEs make better decisions – Jodie Sangster, CEO of ADMA
Jodie is the CEO of ADMA, the Association for data-driven marketing. In this episode, Jodie talks about how modern marketing has become a complex science. The ways you can reach customers now are infinite, and with technology, it’s now easily automated. And if you don’t understand the complexities of digital marketing, you’re either going to pay a lot of money to get a result, or you won’t get a result at all.