The sydney eo business podcast

 

The Entrepreneurs Organization (EO) was founded in 1987 and comprises of 181 chapter locations in 57 countries. It is a peer-to-peer network organisation, with over 13,000 members globally. 

 The Sydney chapter of EO is Australia's largest chapter with 166 members. Member businesses have an average revenue of $3.2m (USD) employing over 7000.



Join us in this weekly podcast to meet the personalities that shape the membership of EO Sydney.

Hosted by Brendan Torazzi

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Ep 15 Andy Jamieson launches new Insurance Industry disrupter Advisr.com.au

After working several years in corporate, in 2007 started a digital marketing agency in his bedroom that he grew to a team of 30 and sold in 2012.

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Ep 14 Gina Lednyak: New York to Sydney and everything in between

Gina Lednyak talks about her early years as a migrant in New York and her social media management agency L&A Social.


Ep 13: Dionne Taylor from Polkadot Communications talks about her new app Story Match

Dionne has been running her PR business profitably for many years. She joined EO a few years back now and it's supported to make a jump to what potentially is a much bigger play.

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Ep 12: Daniella Menachemson talks about her cool furniture business BSeatedGlobal.com.au

EO'er Daniella runs her family furniture business BSeatedGlobal.com.au and has focussed on fitouts for the hospitality industry. She's now expanding into an untapped US niche. Find out how.

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Ep 11: Bar King Sven Almenning talks secret drinking holes and what makes his staff great

Sven talks about running bars in Sydney (under lock out laws) and the differences in lane culture of Melbourne. He's currently working on a new online training program that sets to shake up how hospitality staff are trained.

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Ep 10: New Sydney EO Member Libby Ray talks about her exciting

Libby runs a very successful corporate AV business with her husband - servicing trade shows and corporates in Sydney and Melbourne. Libby embraced EO in her first year and she shares her experience around that!

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Ep 09: Franziska Iseli talks about business and motorbike adventures on the Silk Road

Well this was fun! 2018/19 Sydney EO Learning Chair Franziska talks about her marketing business Basic Bananas and her travels around the world.

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Ep 08: Taxibox's Jeremy Rosen rides the wave of storage innovation

The Taxibox brand is a well seen brand on the streets of Sydney and Melbourne. In this interview Jeremy discusses how the brand was created and the challenges faced along the way.

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Ep 07: Justin Doobov, EO'er and No.1 Australian Mortgage Broker

Justin talks about his business Intelligent Finance and the changes happening right now in the Australian Banking system and why getting finance is becoming harder.

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Ep 06: Ex-police officer Kris Cochrane learns training on the job before joining EO

In this candid interview we learn about Kris's journey from a policeman in Hobart to his national training business and the highs and lows along the way.


Ep 05: Chris Gray, master of lifestyle, talks about his strategies to maximise fun time

Chris Gray has always had a great reputation in EO maximising his fun time with boats, cars and travel whilst minimising time on the job. In this candid interview he discusses his low risk property strategies on how he did this!

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Ep 04: Coffee Parts king Pedro Lara gives a tour of his cool HQ

Pedro talks about running a business his father initially started in 1999. Pedro is a master of online and has turned Coffee Parts into a category leader.

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Ep 03: Marc Levin talks about his involvement with EO today and growing up with a YPO dad

Marc grew up in South Africa and was exposed to the YPO / EO worlds from an early age. He and his brother run a mid-market office furniture business and both joined EO the moment their business JasonL hit the $1 million turnover mark.

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Ep 02: Lindsay Rogers talks about her EO journey and the rapid rise of Chello

Lindsay has been an EO member for just 2 years and has grabbed the organisation by the horns. In this interview she deep dives into her business Chello as well as her involvement with the EO board.

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Ep 01: Kiel Van Daal, Sydney President FY19, joins Brendan Torazzi to launch the Sydney EO chapter podcast

In this first Episode Kiel talks about what it's like to lead the Sydney chapter and about his digital innovation agency Digilante.com.au.

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