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Making Small Business Work

Alex Martindale

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Making Small Business Work
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Making small businesses WORK is a podcast where owners will be interviewed to share their business journey.In this first season there will be conversations with owners of a real estate, a beauty franchise, a hair salon, a personal training company, a brownie shop, a vineyard & a night club, just to name a few.The podcast is designed to allow knowledge sharing amongst small businesses, to allow owners to learn from one and other.If you would like to get involve with the conversation or be featured yourself, please get in contact through social media @makingsmallbusinesswork or @alexmartindale.-------------------------Alex is committed to refocusing owners to be organised & structured to improve productivity. Through her business coaching and mentoring she provides the motivation, accountability and positivity needed to make small business WORK better.

Latest Episodes

Making Small Business Work with Kylie

In this episode we are joined by Kylie Smiley, a small business owner with decades of experience providing services and support to small business owners. During our conversation we look back on the rise of the internet and the growth of mobile marketing and we look forward to where Kylie sees the future of small business moving to. There are some absolute pearls of wisdom shared during the conversation, my stand out being about how to share part of the profit before you make it! Feel free to get in contact to share your thoughts about this episode or reach out if you would like to share your business journey with this community.

22 MINAPR 18
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Making Small Business Work with Kylie

Making Small Business Work with Sarah

In this episode we talk with Sarah Conlon, owner of Range of motion fitness and lifestyle. After feeling bored and uninspired in her government job, sarah commenced range of motion, first as a side business, so she could terst the businesses viability while maintaining a full time income. Since then it has grown large enough to be able to support her and is is now solely Range Of Motion. In a market place that is quite saturated, Sarah shares how she has created a successful personal training business, how she differentiates herself, how she intends to continue to grow and how important it is for her to continue to empower other women. Range of Motion also has an impact on both the local community, through Sarah's charity work and the local business community who are benefiting from reciprocal collaborative relationships. If you would like to get involved with the podcast, contact alex@productivitypeople.com.au

20 MIN2018 NOV 2
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Making Small Business Work with Sarah

Making Small Business Work with Kel

In this episode Kel Priest, owner of Lyla Clare, shares a very raw account of the challenges she has experienced owning a small busniess, the lessons she is continuing to learn, the struggle to find work-life balance and how she makes her salon different from the rest by using her business as a platform for things she is passionate about. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram @lylaclare or visit their website to make your next booking at www.lylaclare.com.au. Music Credit: Daylight Savings, David Hilowitz. If you would like to feature on this podcast, please contact Alex@productivitypeople.com.au

26 MIN2018 JUL 11
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Making Small Business Work with Kel

Latest Episodes

Making Small Business Work with Kylie

In this episode we are joined by Kylie Smiley, a small business owner with decades of experience providing services and support to small business owners. During our conversation we look back on the rise of the internet and the growth of mobile marketing and we look forward to where Kylie sees the future of small business moving to. There are some absolute pearls of wisdom shared during the conversation, my stand out being about how to share part of the profit before you make it! Feel free to get in contact to share your thoughts about this episode or reach out if you would like to share your business journey with this community.

22 MINAPR 18
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Making Small Business Work with Kylie

Making Small Business Work with Sarah

In this episode we talk with Sarah Conlon, owner of Range of motion fitness and lifestyle. After feeling bored and uninspired in her government job, sarah commenced range of motion, first as a side business, so she could terst the businesses viability while maintaining a full time income. Since then it has grown large enough to be able to support her and is is now solely Range Of Motion. In a market place that is quite saturated, Sarah shares how she has created a successful personal training business, how she differentiates herself, how she intends to continue to grow and how important it is for her to continue to empower other women. Range of Motion also has an impact on both the local community, through Sarah's charity work and the local business community who are benefiting from reciprocal collaborative relationships. If you would like to get involved with the podcast, contact alex@productivitypeople.com.au

20 MIN2018 NOV 2
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Making Small Business Work with Sarah

Making Small Business Work with Kel

In this episode Kel Priest, owner of Lyla Clare, shares a very raw account of the challenges she has experienced owning a small busniess, the lessons she is continuing to learn, the struggle to find work-life balance and how she makes her salon different from the rest by using her business as a platform for things she is passionate about. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram @lylaclare or visit their website to make your next booking at www.lylaclare.com.au. Music Credit: Daylight Savings, David Hilowitz. If you would like to feature on this podcast, please contact Alex@productivitypeople.com.au

26 MIN2018 JUL 11
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Making Small Business Work with Kel

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