Halley Gray is the CEO of Evolve and Succeed, has spent years testing marketing strategies and tactics online so that you can fast-track your freelancing success. She gets designers, VAs, coaches, developers months of clients booked in advance and filling up their waitlists.
Isaac was tired of the same old classroom approach to learning so he created an apprenticeship program called Praxis. In one year for zero net cost Praxis grads are getting hired at startups and skipping college altogether.
Joe Kashurba grew the freelance web design business that he started in high school into a digital agency with a virtual team and clients around the world.
He went from building $300 websites to building $30,000 websites and managing 6-figure digital advertising budgets for some of the largest manufacturing and construction companies.
Joe now advises and mentors other freelance web designers and digital agency owners on how to develop and scale their businesses.
Corinna Essa is known internationally as the go-to person when it comes to social media marketing.She was raised in Greece and at the age of 17, left to London to study television production only to have her dreams shattered as she discovered the very unstable nature of the industry and the myth of careers…
Made redundant FIVE times by the time she reached her mid-twenties…
Corinna now owns a social media marketing company helping businesses around the world leverage the power of social media without doing any of the legwork. If social media is in your too hard basket you need to check this episode out.
Nathan Rose is the Director of Assemble Advisory, a leading agency which helps entrepreneurs with their equity crowdfunding campaigns through one-on-one coaching, workshops and online training.
He has a strong interest in early stage ventures, alternative finance and technology trends and has appeared at crowdfunding conferences around the globe, including in Toronto, Amsterdam, London and Paris. He is also a published author and give some interesting insights into what he has learnt about the whole process.
Jessica knew from an early age that personal development would be part of her life’s work. But it wasn’t until she started a passion project – a blog and health food website in 2011 – that Jessica’s dream came to fruition.
Today she merges business with her desire to help people through the courses she releases through It Girl Academy and her podcast It Girl Radio. She is passionate about helping women to use the evergreen model for enrolling consistent clients without having to do big stressful launches.