Eagle Waves radio have launched a new weekly podcast series that delves into the lives of some of Australia’s most successful individuals as they share insights about their diverse backgrounds, challenges and what makes them tick.
In a fun twist, each podcast is accompanied by video footage featuring guests whipping up their brew of choice – often with interesting results – behind the coffee machine at Sydney CBD’s Vivo Café.
Over the coming weeks, the program, hosted by small business advocate Angela Vithoulkas (pictured above), will feature interviews with:
- Jane Lu (founder & CEO of ShowPo) – who quit a corporate career to establish an online fashion business now turning over $40 million a year.
- Jaimie Fuller (SKINS Chair) – known for his unconventional business style and his passion for using sport as a vehicle to make the world a better place
- Dr Kate Adams – a regular on TV show Bondi Vet, she also runs a creative start-up and boasts an unwavering sense of determination
- Senator Arthur Sinodinos – long-time federal Liberal party member and NSW Senator
In developing the podcast series, host Angela Vithoulkas said, “As a small business owner for over 30 years and an elected local government Councillor I’m very aware that “success” is not an overnight phenomenon. It is something that often comes with the highest of highs and the lowest of lows.”
“Our guests have interesting tales that reflect their individual drive, humour and never-say- die attitude. Their personal journeys will appeal to a wide audience from small business owners to those striving for personal success.
“We are confident that the convenience factor of podcasts and the ability to listen on-the-go will really appeal to small business owners and wider audiences looking for inspiration and encouragement.”
The Brew is available on SoundCloud and iTunes.