Businesses of Tomorrow show

Businesses of Tomorrow

Summary: Follow four businesses as they travel to Silicon Valley, Shanghai and back to Australia, as they attempt to rise from local player to world beater.


 Episode 5: The power of refining the vision and mission. | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:27:58

In this episode we speak to Simon Cant, founder of $100m venture capital fund, Reinventure, Tim Fung, CEO of Airtasker and Rob Koczkar of Social Ventures Australia to pick apart how our Businesses of Tomorrow can scale to the next level. Our founders, Will Davies, Hana Krawchuk, Christian Damstra and Jordan O'Reilly, respond to their concerns and reflect on how they, and their businesses, have changed since they went on the program. Music Credits: Where It Goes, Jahzzar Fake It, Mr Frisbys Beat Pocket Ikigai, The Kyoto Connection Deep Dive, Rafael Archangel What True Self Feels, Chris Zabriskie Be Careful I've Stood On It Too, Bitbasic  Bumbler, Andy G Cohen Happiness, Scott Buckley

 Episode 4- The businesses of tomorrow attempt to transform their companies | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:20:43

Our four businesses have returned from their trip visiting Silicon Valley and Shanghai and are brimming with ideas.  Car Next Door needs to convince investors to tip money into their capital raise; Love to Dream is trying to bag Target in the US as their next big retailer; Damstra Technology has opened up US office and is trying to get a new client and HireUp is looking to see how they can keep their disability support platform as safe as possible. The stakes are high but the rewards are bigger. Music credits: Where It Goes, Jahzzar Be Careful I've Stood On It Too, Bitbasic Candlepower, Chris Zabriskie Dawn II, Swelling Happiness, Scott Buckley

 Episode 3 - Can a visit to China kickstart global domination? | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:22:39

Our businesses of tomorrow fly from Silicon Valley to Shanghai to see the most dynamic country in the world. China is growing rapidly and its middle class moving up the value chain to spend more on both goods and services. We meet some Australian founders who are kicking goals with some very interesting ideas and discover how fitting into China's five-year plans is good way to think about entering such a competitive market. Music credits: Where It Goes, JahzzarEmbers and Ashes, AnenonWhat True Self Feels Bogus Let's Watch Jason XFO, JahzzarQuizitive, Lee RosevereMarxist ArrowCrystal Echoes, Sergey CheremisinovAnswers to Unasked Questions, RuiHappiness, Scott Buckley

 Episode 2 - AirBnB's Joe Gebbia, LinkedIn's Allen Blue and how to handle hypergrowth | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:19:22

Our four founders, Jordan O'Reilly from Hireup, Hana Krawchuk from Love to Dream, Will Davies of Car Next Door and Christian Damstra from Damstra Technologies travel to Silicon Valley to meet the founders of AirBnB and LinkedIn and learn how to keep the wheels on during the hypergrowth phase. For some, it will change the way they think about their business. Music credits: Where It Goes, Jahzzar Sum of My Fears, Dazie Mae Theme for Rosa, Graham Bole, Bird, James Pants Embers and Ashes, Anenon Quizitive, Lee Rosevere This Minus Five Fire To The Stars Rework, Captive Portal Marxist Arrow Crystal Echoes, Sergey Cheremisinov Happiness, Scott Buckley

 Episode 1 - Poised for greatness: Meet four fascinating Australian businesses looking to go from good to great. | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:25:07

Meet four fascinating Australian businesses are about to discover how to go from good to great, in the first episode of a new documentary podcast series from The Australian. Music credits: Where it goes, Jahzzar 2020 Instrumental Version, Josh Woodward Once Tomorrow Instrumental Version, Josh Woodward We Always Thought The Future Would be Kind of Fun, Chris Zabriskie Fallwind, 700P3D What True Self Feels Bogus Let's Watch Jason X, Chris Zabriskie Tomorrow, Bensound Tech Toys, Lee Rosevere Let Me Talk Carol Instrumental, Josh Woodward Memorized Instrumental, Josh Woodward Happiness, Scott Buckley


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