New PodcastOne series tackles the path to business success.
Entrepreneurs Janine Allis and Margie Hartley think the path to business success is a little more complex than a ten-point plan, and have set out to debunk some of the myths in their PodcastOne original series, Superwomen We Ain’t.
Allis is the founder of juice and smoothie empire Boost Juice, which has turned over more than 3 billion dollars, with 500 stores across 15 countries; Hartley is a leading executive and career coach, working with 11 of the top 20 ASX listed companies, and has accumulated more than 16,000 hours working with Australia’s leading businesswomen and men.
Together, the women have amassed a wealth of business experience and expertise, which they now share in Superwomen We Ain’t.
“One of the only things guaranteed in business is that things will go wrong from time to time”, tells Allis.
“We hope that by sharing some of our own experiences in this podcast, we can help budding entrepreneurs and existing business owners navigate some of the inevitable challenges a little better”.
In the 10-part series, Allis and Hartley touch on themes including people, planning and courage, and share the advice they wish they had known at the very beginning.
“There are many business experts who claim to know the secret to business success and work-life balance,” said Hartley.
“Superwomen We Ain’t is an honest look into the reality of entrepreneurship, with no-nonsense advice”.
Available on www.podcastone.com.au.