I’m a big believer in the importance of building strong and long partnerships. The following organisations are leaders in their niche (and some of those niches are pretty darn big). Partnering with such extraordinary companies keeps me striving to be the best I can at what I do. The types of projects I work on with these impressive organisations varies a lot, but if you want an idea, you can download my Partnership Brochure at the bottom of the page.
In addition to my own business I am incredibly proud to be associated with the internationally acclaimed entrepreneurial program, Key Person of Influence as their Global Director of Publishing. This 40 week program was recently given the accolade of being "the worlds leading personal brand accelerator" by the Huffington Post. In my role I get to mentor business owners, entrepreneurs and corporate leaders through the authoring and publishing process, helping them take their ideas and unique information and put them into a format that they can leverage.
Working with a leading global media company like CBSi has certainly created some great opportunities. Recently I have had the great pleasure of working on a major project with CBSi and HP delivering and managing entrepreneurial content for a large promotion in Australia, India, Korea and China. At the same time we have worked on a series of webinars for clients including Telstra, Officeworks and Optus.
I was humbled to be asked to become the first (and only) Australian columnist for inc.com, a hugely respected entrepreneurial community that attracts over 18 million visitors every month. I share all sorts of secrets, tips and tricks in my articles and the best part is that anyone can read them. My column is called "The Bulletproof Business" and if you follow my advice, that's exactly what you will get.
If you haven't heard about Australia's #1 Small Business Marketing Podcast show - Small Business Big Marketing, by Mr Tim Reid, you have been missing out. Once a month I have the great pleasure of recording an episode with Tim, and these are aptly called Funny Business. They are jam packed with small business advice, stories, views, disagreements and some very down to earth discussions on doing business better. I love doing Funny Business and it is a real pleasure to be invited onto Timbo's show.