Aussie entrepreneurs share free insights


image004Fifty successful Australian entrepreneurs, collectively worth more than $1 billion, to share business insights with delegates at a free online five day summit

The summit will be broadcast from August 27 to 31 by the recently launched not for profit Start Up Australia (SUA). The online summit is part of its Entrepreneur Academy that is free of charge to anyone thinking of starting their own business, but lacking the necessary skills, confidence and information.

Entrepreneurs such as real estate mogul John McGrath, Boost Juice founder Janine Allis, Roses Only founder James Stevens, advertising guru Siimon Reynolds, and DealsDirect founder, Paul Greenberg, along with 45 other business people have all contributed content to the summit with 45 minute interviews.

The SUA online entrepreneur summit is open to anyone who has registered at

SUA’s Miriam Feiler was thrilled to have so many successful Australian entrepreneurs willing to give their time to help others.

“The 45 minute interviews are more than just a chat, they are intimate conversations about their personal journeys to success.

“It is a first for Australia and a unique opportunity to learn from the very best entrepreneurs in the country,” she said.

Paul Greenberg, co-founder of DealsDirect, is one of the entrepreneurs who has given his advice to other start ups.

“A summit such as this would normally cost thousands and thousands of dollars for participants but Start Up Australia’s initiative is such a gift to people starting out or even those who are already in business and want advice.

“During the interviews, every topic is covered from life balance, to budgeting and staffing, to the stress of getting a new business off the ground, all online so you don’t have to leave your desk.

“I highly recommend this summit to anybody who wants inspiration, information and confidence to be a success,” he said.

People who register will get access to a free 12 week Small Business MBA, provided free of charge by SUA sponsor, The Fortune Institute. Other SUAsponsors include MYOB and American Express.

Start Up Australia is part of a global Start Up movement formed by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs.  It is already established in 44 countries including the US, Britain, Canada, Chile and most recently, Malaysia. It is strongly supported around the world by respective governments and Heads of State including US President Barack Obama, and UK PM, David Cameron.



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