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The Mentor with Mark Bouris

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Mark Bouris speaks to business owners and entrepreneurs, finding out what makes them tick and their plans for growth. Some business owners are on the way up and enjoying new success, others are at a turning point. Mark digs into their stories and finds out why they set out to create their own path… read more

328 Episodes | 2015 - 2022

Are you holding your business back? Finding success through self-awareness & healing: Iris Smit

July 4th, 2022


How you decide to handle a business separates you from the pack. 

Iris Smit is the founder of one of the biggest things to shake up the makeup industry in innovation –The Quick Flick

The business is best known for its …

Building a brand that catches the attention of Amazon: Gavin Rubinstein

June 27th, 2022


Gavin Rubinstein knows how to sell homes and himself.

Unlike other real estate agents, Gavin has put himself in front of the screen as the face of  Amazon Prime’s hit show, Luxe Listings

Voted Ray White’s top NSW …

Be Media: How the Metaverse will incentivise your customer & build communities

June 20th, 2022


The AFL is the latest organisation to enter the Metaverse in a joint partnership with the digital agency, Be Media.

Jordan Fogarty, the company's CEO and founder, has kept in step with web 1, 2 and 3, which Animoca …

Equity Mates Media: Want to start a podcast network?

June 13th, 2022


The cost of living is packing a punch right now.

Equity Mates Media is Australia’s number one finance and investing podcast network, ranging from …

Turning your rival into a competitive advantage: Institute of Aesthetic Teeth Whitening

June 6th, 2022


When we enter the market, competition can either be an ongoing headache or a problem waiting to be solved.

The teeth whitening and dentistry …

Disputify: Why you should be backing yourself and aspiring for more

May 30th, 2022


Brisbane boy Jack Bloomfield first met Mark when he was 17, accompanied by his mother due to not being the legal age to check in to a hotel. Jack shared how he was making millions with his e-commerce businesses in …

Body Movement: Vertically integrating your business to leverage cost base

May 23rd, 2022


Scott Madden & Elle Nielson are partners in life and small business co-owners on the central coast of Australia. 

Scott and Elle run three businesses of their own; Body Movement gym, smoothie bar Bowlarama and …

Bamboo: Crypto markets are volatile, so why remain confident about its future?

May 16th, 2022


Whenever cryptocurrency experiences a significant dip in the market, confidence in its future is destabilised.  

Tracey Plowman, COO of the micro-investing app Bamboo, is an app that helps people get access to digital …

Engage: Identifying talent early and fostering growth

May 9th, 2022


Ash Belcastro is the founder of Engage, combat sportswear and gear. 

He also happens to be the business partner of Eugene Bareman, managing UFC …

Click MGMT: Lucrative business of non-competitive gaming industry

May 2nd, 2022


Imagine talking to an audience of over a million people who are watching you do walkthroughs, how-tos, and reviews about gaming.

The gaming industry continues to grow and is platforming careers like YouTube, who make …

Bonus: How fitness app SWEAT negotiated a spectacular deal

April 28th, 2022


This is a bonus episode from Mark’s chat with SWEAT co-founder and former CEO Tobi Pearce on Straight Talk. 

Listen to the full Straight Talk episode

Bumble: Communicating your message effectively

April 25th, 2022


Communicating your brand's message can be the difference between make or break.

Bumble, the female-initiated social network & dating app, has …

Bonus: Liberal candidate Dave Sharma stakes his claim for Wentworth seat

April 21st, 2022


In its 120-year history, the affluent seat of Wentworth in Sydney is yet to elect outside of its Liberal preference. However, independent challenger Allegra Spender puts this under threat. 

Liberal candidate for …

Linktree: Monetising your corner of the internet

April 18th, 2022


Aussie unicorn, Linktree is the link-in-bio category startup success story.

Brothers Alex and Anthony Zaccaria and their business partner, Nick …

Sunroom: The common trait of every great entrepreneur

April 11th, 2022


"If it's not edgy, then why are you doing it? "

Michelle Battersby is the co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer at Sunroom - a content and connection platform for women and non-binary creators to make money.

After 5 …

The DOM: Go your own way in business

April 4th, 2022


Justin Seskin is the CEO and co-founder of The DOM, an online outlet for shopping. 

Raised by the rag trade, Justin Seskin wants to disrupt the Direct Factory Outlet and take it online.

One of the backers of The DOM is …

LTK Australia: Scaling influence and making everything shoppable

March 28th, 2022


Rey Vakili is the managing director of a three-sided marketplace business, LTK and has been tasked with establishing the Australian arm of the international platform alongside Alyce Tran, founder of Daily Edited. 


The Inspired Unemployed: Monetising fun and audience

March 21st, 2022


Increasingly, people prioritise passion over a paycheck, and many gravitate towards the creator economy.

Jack Steele and Matt Ford are the charming duos behind The Inspired Unemployed

The dynamic has shot to social …

Bonus: Australia's response to natural crisis is out of date

March 16th, 2022


Within an instant, flash floods have destroyed the thousands of homes that reside along the northeast coast of Australia at the start of 2022. 

It has become apparent that our country’s response to a natural crisis is …

Dr Cody: Cracking the social media algorithm & making it work for you

March 14th, 2022


People are obsessed with watching Sydney-based chiropractor Dr Cody crack and adjust the necks, backs and hips of people with built-up tension.

Cody …

Linda Goldspink-Lord: Crawling through the darkness

March 7th, 2022


Each of us will experience something in and outside of business life that will feel insurmountable, and the prospect of rebuilding your life is challenging to grasp.

But you will always find the breakthrough you never …

ACERO: Why celebrities like Rebel Wilson want to be trained by Jono Castano

February 28th, 2022


When comedian Rebel Wilson announced that 2020 would be her year of health and underwent a dramatic body transformation, everyone wanted to know who …

GenieUs: Selling big risk for big reward

February 21st, 2022


Why do we know more about outer space than we do about our own brains?

GenieUs is a data science company that is on a mission to utilise the power of

ModelCo & MCoBeauty: How Shelley Sullivan built one of the fastest growing beauty brands in Australia

February 14th, 2022


ModelCo and MCoBeauty is the fastest-growing beauty brand in Australia and continues to be led by the original founder and CEO, Shelley Sullivan. 

Little Tokyo: What's holding you back from being great?

February 7th, 2022


The Australian business community has been starving for resources and support over the past couple of years.

In partnership with NRMA Insurance, Survive and Thrive is the first original series from Mentored. Business …

Olympian Mel Wu: How to get out of your own way

January 31st, 2022


It's not how much weight you carry, and it's the way you carry it. — Lena Horne.

Australian Olympic diver Mel Wu has been in the business of …

5 times these entrepreneurs trusted their gut instinct

January 24th, 2022


Intuition; by definition – it's your immediate understanding of something; there's no need to think it over or get another opinion—you know. 

Your intuition arises as a feeling within your body that only you experience. 

ChefPrep: Reframe your thinking, choosing abundance & validating your product

January 17th, 2022


Good ideas are most apparent when we experience a moment of frustration. 

Josh Abulafia and Elle Curran co-founded ChefPrep because they were fed up …

P.A.C Capital: Next level investing

January 10th, 2022


Clayton Larcombe is the Chief investment officer at P.A.C Capital, an independent investment manager and as of current, is taking on two key interests that include esports and innovation funding.

Clayton took his …

Pinot & Picasso: Rapid franchise growth and creating successful experiences

January 3rd, 2022


Pinot and Picasso is a paint and wine sipping studio, a franchise business buoyed by the success of people desperate to get away from their screens. 

Bonus: The strange way comedian Merrick Watts prepared for SAS Australia

December 29th, 2021


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2021 wrap, bold business predictions and preparing for the new year

December 27th, 2021


Thank you for tuning in for another year of The Mentor with Mark Bouris! 

It's been a big year, but as the saying goes, next year is even bigger. 

The Mentored team go a bit rogue, so expect some looseness this episode. 

Mr Yum: Identifying a good idea and how to pursue it

December 20th, 2021


When you discover a win-win solution for both the customer and the merchant, you’re sitting on a goldmine. 

Mr Yum is a QR code food ordering …

My Millennial Money: It's time to sort your money out

December 13th, 2021


Glen James hosts the successful financial podcast – My Millennial Money.

After spending ten years as a financial advisor, Glen realised he could …

Refundid: Eliminating customer pain points

December 6th, 2021


The growth in the payments industry has taken off in the past few years, and there is a buy now pay later for everything. 

Refundid is an instant-refunds fintech startup that avoids waiting times for products bought …

The Daily Aus: Building a brand universe from a passionate following

November 29th, 2021


'If we're not innovating, and we're not trying out something different, then what's the point?' 

The Daily Aus is Australia's leading social media-first news publisher, and it's quickly becoming the most trusted news …

FELLR: Examining foreign markets & break through your local market

November 22nd, 2021


The rise of mindful drinking has taken hold internationally and now Australia is riding the wave with new products such as hard seltzer –alcoholic …

In My Patch: Beginners guide to turning a side hustle into a flourishing business

November 15th, 2021


As more people rely on ready-made meals, growing your own food is quickly becoming a dying skill. 

Sarah Rani picked up a hobby out of necessity after pushing herself to complete burnout from her job in community …

Bonus: Encouraging businesses to speak up about their mental health

November 11th, 2021


David Coleman MP is the Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister for Mental Health and Suicide Prevention.

Head to health offers multiple ways of …

Spaceship: Rise of the young investor & understanding changing customer behaviour

November 8th, 2021


The rise of the passive investor has taken off, particularly amongst young millennials and gen-z who recently found it difficult to enter the stock …

Tiny Stays: Taking risks is less energy with higher reward

November 1st, 2021


Aimee Stanton lives a stark difference from how she once lived as an adolescent to how she approaches her business life as the co-founder of Tiny …

Slyp: Smart receipts providing invaluable insight into customers

October 25th, 2021


"How do we create an ecosystem that's built on trust but also on value exchange as well?"

And Paul Weingarth is an Aussie entrepreneur who is the …

HiSmile: Effective influencer marketing driving brand awareness

October 18th, 2021


When long-term mates Nik Mirkovic and Alex Tomic decided to launch their own business, they had a fairly solid understanding of consumer behaviour …

Davie Fogarty: The formula for growing a successful e-commerce brand

October 11th, 2021


Growing your business online starts and ends with an effective digital marketing strategy and storytelling. 

Relying on organic growth is tempting – it doesn’t cost much, but it’s just not going to get you very far.

Bangn Body: How to create hype online before launching a product

October 4th, 2021


If you’re a young woman on Instagram, chances are Bangn Body has likely popped up in your feed.

The brand’s main product, a yellow-tubed body lotion, has become iconic on social media and has turned over more than 8 …

Immutable: What are NFTs, and how could they change the way you do business?

September 27th, 2021


If you think NFTs are just an internet fad, then maybe now is the time to take it more seriously. 

NFTs – non-fungible tokens – represent unique …

Amanda "Yellowpanda" Williams: How to amplify your brand awareness

September 21st, 2021


Amanda Williams cut her teeth in politics as a media advisor in federal and state politics. Here, she learnt how to build someones public image and …

If you're seeking small business advice, start here

September 15th, 2021


Chris Lamont has been the NSW Small Business Commissioner since June 2020.
Chris has extensive experience in both the public and private sectors.

Finder: Should you be taking cryptocurrency more seriously?

September 13th, 2021


Fred Schebesta is the co-founder of, one of the largest comparison websites and has recently launched the finder app that combines personal finance management with automated product comparison.

Finder is …

Samantha X: What everyone gets wrong about high-class escorts

September 6th, 2021


While many of us understand how sex works (maybe), the business of sex work is rarely spoken about. 

Samantha X is Australia's most know high-class escort best selling author of ‘Hooked’, a book that thrust her into …

Bonus: Small business needs a seat at the table

September 1st, 2021


At the moment, people across the country tune in to their state's press conference every day to hear the latest COVID-19 case numbers. Our physical and mental health is important, but what about our economic health?


Circular Economy: There's a finite limit to how we operate

August 30th, 2021


In nature there's no such thing as waste, so why isn't this the same for business? 

Instead, society relies heavily on the 'linear economy' – take, …

Positivity Institute: Resilience and mental toughness

August 23rd, 2021


Dr Suzy Green is the CEO and founder of The Positivity Institute which is dedicated to improving wellbeing in the workplace. 

Early in her career, she worked for many years with people who were very psychiatrically …

Honey Insurance: How you view failure determines your success

August 16th, 2021


"There's an infinite upside to giving something a go." 

Inefficiency drives Rich Joffe crazy, which is why he's set out to sweeten a bland industry – home insurance.

Richard Joffe is the CEO and founder of the insurance …

BONUS: How do we get out of this mess?

August 11th, 2021


The economic cost of a lockdown in a major Australian city is estimated to be nearly $1 billion a week.

Lockdowns are crippling the economy, and the small business community is taking a disproportionate hit. 

A report …

Airtasker: Everyone has a skill worth paying for

August 9th, 2021


Tim Fung is CEO and co-founder of Airtasker – a marketplace enabling users to outsource everyday tasks. 

Tim and his co-founder Jonathan Liu launched Airtasker back in 2012, and it has become synonymous with getting odd …

BONUS: Live with Mark Bouris & Natalie Anne Hair on small business in lockdown

August 5th, 2021


Mark Bouris is joined by world recognised hairstylist, Natalie Anne in an Instagram Live event discussing small businesses in lockdown. 

Watch the …

SafetyCulture: Why self-doubt could be holding you back

August 2nd, 2021


"If you can come up with bigger questions you'll come up with bigger answers." 

Self-belief is one of the few things that’ll get you through the shit…during those uncomfortable moments that make you wonder, ”why the …

Q & A: How to give your business the best chance during lockdown

July 28th, 2021


Mark shares his frustration caused by the NSW lockdowns and the growing disunity and disconnect.

He also answers your questions about using this time …

Natalie Anne Hair: Small business in the middle of lockdown

July 26th, 2021


Natalie Anne has worked in the hair industry since she was 14 years old and has hustled her way to becoming one of Australia's most influential hair …

What the COVID-19 Disaster Recovery Payments mean for you

July 23rd, 2021


This is a special lockdown episode outlining the Commonwealth government's Covid-19 Disaster Payment announced by Prime Minister Scott Morrison on …

Kin Fertility: Revolutionising reproductive health

July 19th, 2021


After being misdiagnosed with polycystic ovaries (PCOS) by her doctor, Nicole Liu found herself travelling down the confusing, fragmented path of …

BONUS Q&A: Lockdown, feeling overwhelmed, covid work safety

July 15th, 2021


It's time we hear from you; business owners, startups, sole traders or people who just love the podcast. 

Mark shares his thoughts on the latest …

Southern Cross Funeral Directors: The business of death

July 12th, 2021


They say that the only thing that’s certain in life is death and taxes.  

Today on the show, we’re going six feet under and talking about the business of death. 

There’s always a need for funeral services. It’s one of …

Good Citizens: Empowering customers to make a global impact

July 5th, 2021


When Nik Robinson’s kids asked their dad,’ what can we do about the global plastic problem?’ 

They were deadly serious.

Together they launched Good Citizens – turning your plastic bottle into everyday sunglasses. 

Nik …

Jimmy Brings: Solving more problems than the next guy

June 28th, 2021


Who is Jimmy Brings? 

David Berger is the co-founder of the alcohol delivery service Jimmy Brings. 

David and his business partner, Nathan Besser, …

Bearded Bakers: Why it's so important to know your business purpose

June 21st, 2021


Anyone can make a coffee or a good meal. 

What separates customer service from hospitality is the genuine desire to serve and provide.

True hospitality runs through Ameer El-issa’s veins and his family businesses; Bar …

LSKD: How hustle and leverage can lead you to a Hollywood star

June 14th, 2021


Jason Daniel is the founder of sportswear gear LSKD – functional sportswear with a street aesthetic.

It's a company that's experienced a few rebrands since Jason founded the company in his teens, then called Loose Kid, …

Gimmie: Disrupting the billion-dollar Rent to Own industry

June 7th, 2021


Customers are savvier than ever before, which means it's much harder to win their trust. 

Gimmie is a start-up company based in Queensland that wants to disrupt the consumer goods rental industry by simply offering a

The Iconic: Erica Berchtold is braver than she is confident

May 31st, 2021


Erica Berchtold is the unsuspecting CEO for The Iconic.   

The eldest of four children, the daughter to a German migrant father and a mother who was …

Zero Co: The future of plastic living

May 24th, 2021


When Mike Smith decided to take an eighteen-month sabbatical to the middle of nowhere, he didn't expect to find plastic ...and lots of it. 

Smith is the founder of Zero Co, sustainable, reusable home-cleaning and …

Talisman: Harnessing the power of data

May 17th, 2021


Data is always talking. You just need to learn how to listen. 

Dharpan Randhawa is the CEO of Talisman, a sports marketing agency, and a former SVP at McLaren Racing. To put it simply, he's a marketing matchmaker.

Miss Amara: Rug business with a cult following

May 10th, 2021


Miss Amara is an e-commerce rug business achieving online business cult status. 

Co-founders Alex and Aaron Weller have built a strong …

Theo Mallos: Rescueblue

May 3rd, 2021


Persuading parents to do a course that will save a kids life is an easy sell. 

But how does it work as a business? 

Theo Mallos is an Intensive Care Paramedic and the co-founder of pediatric first-aid business Rescueblue

Michael Rodrigues: 24hr Economy Commissioner (NSW)

April 26th, 2021


When the Sydney Lockout laws were lifted seven years after they were imposed in 2014, what remained was a nightlife in decay. 

This decision cost $16.1 billion annually, as reported by finance analysts at Deloitte.

Many …

Naomi Simson: RedBalloon & Big Red Group

April 19th, 2021


Naomi Simson is the co-founder of Australia's largest experiences marketplace, Big Red Group and RedBalloon

During the end of the dot-com era, while …

Michael Fox: Fable Food

April 12th, 2021


Michael Fox co-founded an online shoe business, Shoes Of Prey, which gave customers the ability to customise their very own shoes. 

The company …

Irene Deutsch: Fairfax & Roberts

April 5th, 2021


Irene Deutsch is the managing director and co-owner of Australia's oldest jewellry house, Fairfax & Roberts. After spending 25-years in banking …

Oscar McMahon: Young Henrys

March 22nd, 2021


Oscar McMahon is one of the Co-Founders of Sydney brewery Young Henrys, whose mission is to create a beer company that’s in touch with the people drinking the beer, showcasing Australian hops and malts without all the …

Jonathan Moody: Physio Inq

March 15th, 2021


Jonathan Moody is the Founder and CEO of Physio Inq, a physiotherapy business that takes people through simple changes that have profound effects on athletic performance and pain relief. Physio Inq started as a bricks …

Morgan Coleman: Vets On Call

March 8th, 2021


Morgan Coleman was working in a corporate career when a chance encounter at the vet with his dog got him thinking about how he could make the process …

Sean Satha: Local Supply

March 1st, 2021


Sean Satha is the Founder of Local Supply - a sustainable, zero-waste eyewear label that is revolutionising the production of glasses. Local Supply …

Joanne Howarth: Planet Protector Packaging

February 22nd, 2021


Joanne Howarth went from being a waste offender in a previous business, to a sustainability crusader after seeing the effect polystyrene was having …

Alyce Tran: The Daily Edited

February 15th, 2021


My guest today went from a career as a stressed-out corporate lawyer to a hugely successful self-made entrepreneur in a matter of years. Alyce Tran …

Nathan Dalah and Nic Pestalozzi: Fishbowl

February 8th, 2021


My guests today were studying at uni when they came up with the idea for their business, which is now Australia’s fastest growing quick service restaurant. Nathan Dalah and Nic Pestalozzi are two of the three founders …

Hiam Sakakini: The Culture Equation

February 1st, 2021


Hiam Sakakini is the Founder and CEO of The Culture Equation, a boutique management consultancy that specialised in creating high performing culture …

Anthony Welsh: Popcar

January 25th, 2021


Anthony Welsh has seen first-hand just how much the transportation landscape has changed over the last year. He is the Director of Popcar, a car-sharing service that operates across NSW, Victoria and the ACT. Anthony …

Cameron Romeril: Soda Press Co

January 18th, 2021


My guest today left his successful career in advertising to set up his business after realising his passion for the ethics and origin of food. …

Taryn Williams: WINK and The Right Fit

January 11th, 2021


After working as a model and producer since the age of 15, Taryn Williams was frustrated by the inefficiencies in the industry, with late payment common practice and jobs few and far between. So at the age of 21, she …

Scott Thompson: Creating Customer Loyalty & New Mobility with Lexus

December 21st, 2020


If this year has shown us anything, it’s that mobility, flexibility and understanding your customer are essential to any successful business. …

Simon Holloway: Vegepod

December 14th, 2020


One industry that has boomed this year is horticulture, with people spending more time working on their garden, reaping the benefits of sustainable …

Don Robertson and Matilda Murray - STAX

December 7th, 2020


Don Robertson and Matilda Murray are the co-owners of STAX, a fashion-forward, premium activewear brand for all shapes and sizes. This year STAX had a surge of new business as people started to work - and work out - …

Ed West: Poho Flowers

November 30th, 2020


Today's guest is proof that a great product, the ability to adapt and evolve, and a strong community around you can really make a business thrive, …

Simon Griffiths: Who Gives A Crap

November 23rd, 2020


Simon Griffiths is the co-founder and CEO of Who Gives a Crap, a toilet paper subscription startup that builds toilets in the developing world. Simon launched the business in 2012 with a crowdfunding campaign where he …

Joe Darling: The Pottery Shed

November 16th, 2020


Joe Darling is the Founder and owner of The Pottery Shed, a studio workshop with everything you need to create handmade pottery. Born and raised in California, Joe got interested in creating objects with clay while at …

Matt Moran: The business of food

November 9th, 2020


My guest this week has a career spanning over 30 years in the Australian food industry - dozens of awards, TV shows like MasterChef and My Restaurant …

Ian Cartabiano: Brave Design with Lexus

November 2nd, 2020


One thing that’s become clearer than ever this year is that brand authenticity and consistency as well as being able to adapt and evolve are …

Daniel Hakim: CUB

October 26th, 2020


Daniel Hakim is the founder and CEO of CUB, Australia’s fastest growing community of established entrepreneurs and business leaders focused on a common goal – to help each other succeed by sharing their knowledge and …

Lisa Hollinshead: One Another Community

October 19th, 2020


My guest today is a great example of how to take a problem and create a purposeful business that drives positive change for everyday people. Lisa …

Chris and Cameron Grant: Unyoked

October 12th, 2020


Aussie twin brothers Chris and Cameron Grant are pioneering the concept of ‘wilderness on demand’ and inviting stressed out office workers to get out of the city and experience the bush, through their accommodation …

Michael Cassel: Michael Cassel Group

October 5th, 2020


Internationally recognised producer Michael Cassel is the Founder and Director of Michael Cassel Group, who produce some of the world’s best musical …

Peta Shulman: GoodnessMe Box

September 28th, 2020


Peta Shulman is the Founder and Director of GoodnessMe Box, Australia’s largest health-food subscription box. Every month they deliver a box straight …

Brandon Martignago - Dulcie's Kings Cross

September 21st, 2020


Brandon Martignago is the owner and director of Dulcie’s Kings Cross – a bohemian 1920’s and 30’s era cocktail bar that sells only 100% Aussie …

Matthew Connelly: Me3D

September 14th, 2020


Matt Connelly is the Co-Founder and Chief Growth Officer of Me3D, a Wollongong-based maker of 3D printers and software. Since 2014 they've worked …

Julie and Eduard Otter: Otter Craft Distilling

September 7th, 2020


In mid 2019, brother and sister duo Julie and Eduard Otter walked away from successful corporate careers to start their own premium whiskey and vodka …

Jeremy Fleming: Stage Kings

August 31st, 2020


Few industries have been harder hit by COVID19 than live music and events, and my guest this week, Jeremy Fleming, has been on the frontline of this. Jeremy and his wife Tabitha are the owners of StageKings who have …

Paul Dewhurst: Three Blue Ducks

August 24th, 2020


There's not a single business in the world that Covid19 hasn’t effected in some way, so for the next few episodes I'll be speaking to business owners who have had to pivot their business, rethink the way they operate …

Adam Linforth: Budgy Smuggler

August 17th, 2020


This week I'm talking to the owner and ‘Chief Smuggler' of swimwear brand Budgy Smuggler, Adam Linforth, who's business was founded at a backyard BBQ in true Aussie fashion. Budgy Smuggler definitely know a thing or two …

Lara Vandenberg: Publicist

August 10th, 2020


My guest this week is changing the game for the PR and Marketing industry. Lara Vandenberg founded her business Publicist while working in New York, where she saw an industry that needed a big shake-up. The traditional …

Carla Oates: The Beauty Chef

August 3rd, 2020


After working as a beauty editor for some of Australia's top magazines for over 15 years, Carla Oates was shocked by the synthetic substances used in so many commercial beauty products. When her daughter developed …

Suzanne Mitchell: GoDaddy

July 27th, 2020


If recent events have shown us anything, it’s that Australian small businesses are resilient and have a fighting spirit in challenging times. Having …

Julie Mathers: Flora and Fauna

July 20th, 2020


After 25 years working in retail, Julie Mathers decided to take her experience, combine it with her passion for the environment and animal welfare, …

Tara and Danny Solberg: Few and Far

July 13th, 2020


Husband and wife duo Tara and Danny Solberg worked as designers collecting inspiration on their travels around the world, and always dreamed of …

Shaun Greenblo and Elliot Midalia: Boody

July 6th, 2020


My guests this week are Shaun Greenblo and Elliot Midalia from Boody, a sustainable clothing brand that creates everyday essentials from eco-friendly organic bamboo. Shaun and Elliot have been best friends since they …

Kirsten King: Fluidform Pilates

June 29th, 2020


Like many who work in the fitness industry Kirsten King didn't start there; she initially worked in marketing for a decade before founding Fluidform Pilates in 2012, which gave her the perfect understanding to develop …

Mike Pritchett: Shootsta

June 22nd, 2020


Mike Pritchett grew up obsessed with video, always carrying a camcorder around to film his friends doing skateboard tricks. He founded his first production company in 2006, working on big budget video projects, when he …

Julio Ribeiro: Inventia Life Science

June 15th, 2020


Julio Ribeiro is the co-founder and CEO of Inventia Life Science, the med-tech company behind the 3D bioprinter technology that creates realistic …

Masood Naqshbandi: Abyss Solutions

June 7th, 2020


Masood Naqshbandi is an entrepreneurial scientist and Co-founder of Abyss Solutions, a robotics company that provides automated underwater …

Carolyn Mee: Sound Scouts

June 1st, 2020


This week in the final instalment of Women in Tech month I speak to Carolyn Mee, the founder of Sound Scouts, a health tech company focused on the …

Stephanie Reuss and Victoria Stuart: Beam

May 25th, 2020


This week as part of 'Women in Tech' month I sit down with the co-founders of Beam Australia, Stephanie Reuss and Victoria Stuart. Beam is a HR tech company and online marketplace for part-time professionals including …

Olga Oleinikova: Persollo

May 18th, 2020


This week as part of ‘Women in Tech’ month, I sit down with Olga Oleinikova, co-founder and CEO of Persollo, the world’s first social media …

Georgia Vidler: Canva

May 11th, 2020


To kick off ‘Women in Tech’ month - where I talk to some of the most powerful and innovative female entrepreneurs and leaders in the tech space – …

Quentin Nolan: Liquid Snow

May 4th, 2020


When Quentin Nolan was 22 years old, all he wanted was to get down to the snow to snowboard; so he started driving coaches to the ski fields from …

Tim Tszyu: Breaking through the chaos of the fight

April 27th, 2020


This week in the final instalment of #fightermonth, I’m talking to light-middleweight boxer Tim Tszyu, who made his professional debut in 2016 …

George Kambosos: The quest to become world number 1

April 20th, 2020


This week as part of #fightermonth, I’m talking to George Kambosos, the professional lightweight boxer currently ranked number 3 in the world, who’s swift rise towards world level has been phenomenal. George started out …

Jeff Fenech & Brock Jarvis: Two champions, four world title belts

April 14th, 2020


This week as part of #fightermonth, I speak to two of Australia’s greatest boxing exports; three-time world champion and one of the best fight trainers to come out of this country, Jeff Fenech; and undefeated junior …

Alex Volkanovski - UFC Featherweight Champion

April 6th, 2020


To kick off #fightermonth - a whole month of learning about the business of fighting with some of the biggest names in Aussie combat sports - this …

SME Coronavirus Support Special

March 26th, 2020


There's no hiding from the fact that we're facing difficult times. As business owners, I know there's a lot of confusion and complexity around what …

Chris Marr: Sonder

March 23rd, 2020


This week’s guest Chris Marr, is a former Australian Army officer who spent 20 years in service, including 10 years as a leader and commander in the …

Nick Georgalis: Geocon

March 16th, 2020


This week’s guest, Nick Georgalis, grew up in Canberra, which at the time was seen as ‘the sleepy Bush Capital of Australia.’ With a background as an engineer and project manager, Nick wanted to reshape the way people …

Guy Saxelby: Earlytrade

March 9th, 2020


Guy Saxelby was a successful charted accountant prior to founding his business Earlytrade, when a trip to New York and a chance blizzard there, …

Steven Marks: Guzman y Gomez

February 27th, 2020


When Steven Marks landed a job as a hedge fund manager at a top Wall Street hedge fund at just 23 years old, he thought he had it made. But by 30, he …

Tony Fay: Raiz

February 20th, 2020


Chairman of Raiz Invest Australia, Tony Fay, has worked in financial markets since the 80’s, where he held senior positions for several leading investment banks and stock broking firms. Through having his own kids, he …

Ryan Channing: BLAQ

February 13th, 2020


Model turned “Skintrepreneur” Ryan Channing was living in Paris and pursuing a career in law, when a chance trip to Japan changed the course of his life. While there, Ryan was introduced to activated charcoal skincare …

Blair James: Bondi Sands

February 6th, 2020


Blair James grew up understanding the power and value that Aussie brands have abroad, when at the age of six, his dad moved the family over to the UK to set up shop selling Aussie products. Three years later his dad’s …

King Kong: Sabri Suby

January 30th, 2020


Changing the game for digital marketing in Australia, Sabri Suby launched his digital marketing agency, King Kong, at the age of 27. He’s now on …

Sarah Davidson: Seize the Yay

January 23rd, 2020


“Lawyer turned funtrepreneur” Sarah Davidson was busy climbing the corporate ladder when she started a side hustle with her now husband Nic – a tea business called Matcha Maiden. Within just a few months, they were …

Superestate: Property investment, done differently

January 16th, 2020


After seeing his sister struggle to buy a home, former Olympian swimmer Grant Brits launched Superestate, the first and only retail super fund in the country to invest in residential property. The concept allows young …

Farmer Jo: "Really fancy muesli"

January 9th, 2020


Scott Tulloch started Farmer Jo with his wife Sally in the kitchen of their home. Then, a chance encounter lead to the couple supplying Qantas first …

James Dutton: High school dropout to CEO

November 28th, 2019


Our guest this week is proof that you don't need a university degree to succeed in business. A few years ago, inspired by his son's allergy to traditional bandages, James Dutton launched Nutricare, producing the world’s …

NBN: Closing the digital divide

November 21st, 2019


What digital tools and connectivity do you need for your business to not just survive - but thrive? It may not be something you spend a lot of time …

Sarah Friar: Nextdoor

November 14th, 2019


Fresh off the plane from Silicon Valley, one of the world’s most influential women in tech is in the studio this week. Sarah Friar is the CEO of neighbourhood app, Nextdoor, which launched in Australia just a year ago. …

Jessica Gomes: Equal Beauty

November 7th, 2019


Model and ambassador for David Jones, Jessica Gomes, was told she would never make it in Australia. But as well as modelling, she’s now graced …

From the battlefield to business: Garth Callender

October 24th, 2019


In the lead up to Veterans Health Week, I’m speaking with one of our country’s most inspiring heroes, Garth Callender. In 2004, Garth was on a …

InStitchu: Affordable luxury

October 17th, 2019


After graduating from uni and entering the corporate world, high school mates Robin McGowan and James Wakefield struggled to find suits and shirts …

FAN+: Meet your sporting heroes

October 10th, 2019


From a swimming lesson with an Olympian, to hitting the court with a Grand Slam Champion, FAN+ gives everyday people access to “money can buy” experiences with their favourite sporting heroes. I ask co-founders Rod …

Walter G: Lauren Emerson & Genevieve Hewson

October 4th, 2019


Best friends Lauren Emerson and Genevieve Hewson are the co-founders of Sydney-based textile house, Walter G. Together, they work with artisans in India to produce hand printed fabrics and home décor products like …

Hustle Boxing: A premium fitness experience

September 26th, 2019


This week, I'm chatting with Simon Maree and Tim McGann from Hustle Boxing, a new premium boxing studio in Sydney’s Potts Point. A while ago, these guys sat across from me to pitch their business idea and they did it so …

Roxy Jacenko: Building an empire

September 19th, 2019


"Failure is not an option." Roxy Jacenko started her business empire at just 24 with Sydney-based PR agency, Sweaty Betty. Since then, she's added …

Guy Leech: HEART180

September 12th, 2019


Each year in Australia, we lose more than 30,000 lives to cardiac arrest. But one of the most successful ironmen of all time, Guy Leech, is working …

DU'IT: Monique & Jared Char

September 4th, 2019


This week we speak to the brother and sister duo running Aussie skincare company, DU’IT. Monique and Jared’s mum and dad started the business from their garage in Sydney’s Bella Vista more than two decades ago and the …

Gemma Peanut: Photography 101

August 29th, 2019


"I didn't realise that my whole acting career was leading to this." Gemma "Peanut" Pranita first burst onto our screens playing the character Jade …

Finn Poké: Jem Jacinto

August 23rd, 2019


In 2017, Jem Jacinto opened the first poké store to hit Byron Bay, called Finn Poké. Since then he’s opened three more stores along the east coast, with another two on the way. With the traditional Hawaiian dish …

Three Birds Renovations: Erin, Bonnie & Lana

August 15th, 2019


With no experience in the industry whatsoever, Bonnie Hindmarsh, Erin Cayless and Lana Taylor when took a huge risk when they started their boutique renovation company, Three Birds Renovations, in 2014. In just five …

Gary Vee: I'm not in it for money

August 12th, 2019


One of the world’s best-known entrepreneurs, Gary Vaynerchuk first became famous in the late 90s, when he turned his dad’s local bottle shop into a …

SiSU Health: Self-service check ups

August 1st, 2019


Exercise physiologist Dr Noel Duncan is changing the way we look at our health. His business, SiSU Health, manufactures self-service health stations …

Elle Ferguson: Elle Effect

July 25th, 2019


With 650k+ followers on Instagram, Aussie influencer Elle Ferguson is known as a fashion icon right around the world. Last year, she took her social …

Your Property Your Wealth: Daniel Walsh

July 18th, 2019


"Save as much as possible, for as long as possible." Daniel Walsh bought his first property at just 19 years of age, and since then has built a …

Sol Cups: Rebecca Veksler

July 11th, 2019


Each year in Australia, one billion takeaway coffee cups are produced and then thrown in the trash. But our guest this week is changing all that. …

Malcolm Quinn: Making the most of adversity

July 4th, 2019


"I hate losing more than I like winning." After receiving an inheritance of $46k following the death of his grandmother, Malcolm Quinn started his …

Paul Roos - from AFL to mindfulness

June 27th, 2019


This week on The Mentor with Mark Bouris, we're speaking with one of the most legendary players and coaches in AFL history, Paul Roos. I chat to …

Chargrill Charlie's - Saul Cher

June 20th, 2019


"The day I came to work in this business, it felt like mine." Host Mark Bouris, sits down with the co-owner of one of Sydney’s most loved …

Caleb Bush - experiential marketing

June 13th, 2019


The way we market has changed dramatically – and staying on top of the latest trends is crucial if you want to communicate your message effectively to consumers. So in this episode, I'm sitting down with one of …

Lucas Becker - grilo protein

June 6th, 2019


Not your average protein powder. In this episode, I’m joined by Lucas Becker, co-founder of health food company, Grilo Protein. Since 2016, Grilo has been selling protein powder and energy bars – all made from the …

Isaac John - YKTR

May 30th, 2019


“I’ve taught myself everything - it’s all out there for you to figure out.” This week I’m joined by Isaac John, a former NRL player who has launched …

Jack Bloomfield - from whiz kid to e-commerce superstar

May 23rd, 2019


“Anyone who wants to do it, can do it.” In this episode, I’m joined by an impressive young man, Jack Bloomfield. Jack is 17 years old, and started …

Sarah Cichy - SHUK Communications

May 16th, 2019


Stories from the Green Wave: This week I’m joined by Sarah Cichy, who is the founder of a PR company specialising in a rapidly growing industry - cannabis. SHUK Communications tells the stories of various new businesses …

Kelly Taggart - Roses Only

May 9th, 2019


This week is our Mother’s Day special episode, with Kelly Taggart, the Chief Operating Officer of the Roses Only Group. Kelly has been with Roses Only for over a decade, and was one of its first employees when it …

Dave Sharma - public service and politics

May 2nd, 2019


This week I’m joined by Dave Sharma, who is currently the Liberal Party candidate for Wentworth, which is former Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s …

Parkrun - from fad to fitness success

April 25th, 2019


“Come for the social aspect, stay for the running.” Fitness crazes come and go all the time, but one that has really got some legs is Parkrun. It’s a free, 5km social run held every weekend - rain, hail or shine. …

Save this rhino - Kevin Pieterson and David Wild

April 18th, 2019


“We’ve got the technology that can help save a species.” This week is a very different episode for me - but a really amazing and important story. I’m …

Snackwize - taking over office snacks

April 11th, 2019


“People at work want something healthy." Conor Reynolds is the founder of Snackwize, delivering healthy snack boxes to corporate clients all around …

Dean Jones - glamming up fashion subscriptions

March 28th, 2019


“What our customers wear has a big impact on their sense of self.” I’m joined by Dean Jones, the CEO of hugely successful fashion rental company, …

Todd Greenberg - the business of entertainment and Sport

March 21st, 2019


“There’s no doubt in my mind, the NRL is in the entertainment business.” I’m joined by National Rugby League CEO, Todd Greenberg, who gives us an enormous insight into how he leads the business of the NRL. We talk about …

Shelter - the next generation of gym and spa

March 14th, 2019


Ben Mills is the founder of Shelter, a space that combines fitness classes with relaxation and wellness. Shelter incorporates spin classes and boxing with ice baths, saunas and a custom juice bar - and Ben has big …

Sweat - the app which is dominating female fitness

March 7th, 2019


“We want to be the world’s biggest digital gym.” The fitness industry is a huge global business - and this episode I’m joined by one of its biggest Australian players, Tobi Pearce. Tobi and his partner, Kayla Itsines, …

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg - what it’s like looking after the Australian economy

February 28th, 2019


“Everybody has a voice, and we want everyone to be the best they can be.” This week I’m joined by a special guest, Australia’s Treasurer, the Hon. …

Total image group - combining fashion with corporate uniforms

February 21st, 2019


“Every day, 300,000 Australians wear a work uniform we’ve made.” Pamela Jabbour is the founder and CEO of Total Image Group, which has spend 14 years …

Sparkling white smile - turning opportunity into success

February 14th, 2019


“We make people love their smiles." Alison Egan started her cosmetic teeth-whitening business when she was just 19 years old, and has grown it into …

Pirtek - an iconic Aussie business

February 7th, 2019


“Technology is an enabler for future jobs, not a replacement.” I’m joined by Walter Davey, who co-founded the Australian hydraulics business Pirtek …

Prime Minister Scott Morrison - business and politics

January 31st, 2019


This week on The Mentor with Mark Bouris, “Big business needs small business.” This week we have a special guest, Prime Minister the Hon. Scott Morrison MP. He joined us last year when he was Treasurer and we talk about …

Oz Design - forty years of furniture

January 24th, 2019


Furniture is fashion, and Aussies are very house proud.” Dave and Scott Shedden from Oz Design Furniture join me to talk about their 40 years of business. Dave and Scott are the second generation taking over the family …

Searsmiths - the Aussie barbecue revolution

December 20th, 2018


“It’s the best bit of steak I’ve ever tasted.” That’s my feedback on the Searsmiths barbecue, after founders Dave Thomassian and Paren Arzoomanian joined me to talk about their business. These two quit their jobs in …

Captain Richard de Crespigny - building resilience

December 13th, 2018


"Mistakes happen. How you respond to them is key.” I’m joined by Captain Richard de Crespigny, most famous for piloting QF32, a Qantas A380 which experienced an explosion mid-air in 2010, to land safely for all …

Craig West - looking at mentors differently

December 6th, 2018


“Having a mentor is not about theory, it’s about practical, usable resources that you can use straightaway.” Craig West joins me to talk about our Mentored business - and why it’s so important for every business owner …

Matt Purcell - an examined life

November 29th, 2018


“Life hands you a bunch of cards and what’s the alternative to not playing them the best you can?”

Matt Purcell is a fascinating guy - he runs a …

Fast fuel meals - combining food and logistics

November 22nd, 2018


“I choose this life and you don’t get a second chance.” Chad Taylor joins Mark Bouris to talk about his healthy meal delivery business, Fast Fuel Meals. They cover topics from how to grow teams, figuring out logistics, …

Shhh silk - the business of sleep

November 15th, 2018


“Sometimes you have to do something crazy.” Hear how Olivia Carr started her silk sleepwear business by jumping on a plane and hand-delivering products to the Kardashian family, and then figured out the rest later. It’s …

Cranky health - Adam and Belinda Macdougall are shaking up business and personal life

November 1st, 2018


“You have to really love a person to go into business with them.” Adam and Belinda Macdougall join the podcast to talk about growing their business, which includes meal replacement shakes The Man Shake and The Lady …

Drew mitchell - from Wallabies to ESquared Fitness

October 25th, 2018


Former Australian rugby union star Drew Mitchell talks about his new venture, the Australian arm of fitness marketplace ESquared Fitness. It’s an app connecting consumers with gyms and health clubs, to book exercise …

Facebook, Instagram and more - navigating social media

October 18th, 2018


“It’s really important to tell your brand and company story.” Alexandra Sloane, Facebook’s Australian head of marketing, joins The Mentor to talk about how businesses can use story-telling on social media to find …

Bench on - getting employees off the bench

October 11th, 2018


“Your employees are your company's value”. Tim Walmsley joins the podcast to talk about his business Bench On, which allows companies to put their under-utilised employees in short term contracts with other companies …

Nimble activewear - recycling, clothing and empowerment

October 4th, 2018


Turning plastic bottles into fashion - hear how Vera Yan and Katia Santilli have saved a quarter of a million plastic bottles from landfill with their custom fabric, and what it was like building the Nimble Activewear …

Making magic with mushrooms: Life Cykel

September 27th, 2018


This week I’m joined by Julian Mitchell, the co-founder of a biotechnology company called Life Cykel, which is trying to change the world with …

From Biggest Loser to 12WBT and beyond - Michelle Bridges

September 20th, 2018


This week I’m joined by one of Australia’s most recognisable faces of the health and fitness industry - Michelle Bridges. From early days as a …

Mixing business with politics - Angela Vithoulkas

September 13th, 2018


This week’s episode is a little different - I’m talking with a small business owner who has become a politician: Angela Vithoulkas. Angela and her …

Navigating the world of travel - TripaDeal

September 6th, 2018


This week I’m joined by Norm Black, the co-founder and CEO of online travel business, TripaDeal. Norm started the business in 2011 by selling luxury travel villas in Bali, and has now expanded rapidly around the world. …

Making powerpoint Less painful - Presentation Studio

August 30th, 2018


This week I’m joined by Emma Bannister, the founder and CEO of Presentation Studio, a business dedicated to improving pitches, PowerPoints and presentations all around the world. Emma started as a graphic designer, who …

Brainstorming, beauty and baths: The Soak Life

August 16th, 2018


This week I’m joined by Yasmin Border, founder of luxury Australian bath salt brand, The Soak Life. Yasmin’s bootstrapped her business for two years and has grown to have her products stocked in 32 retailers around the …

Failure, success and persistence - Business Chicks

August 9th, 2018


Emma Isaacs is the owner and CEO of Australia’s largest professional network for women, Business Chicks. She joins Mark Bouris to talk about how she grew Business Chicks to more than 45,000 members around Australia, …

The big business of cannabis - Namaste Technologies

August 2nd, 2018


This week our episode is a little different. Mark is joined by Sean Dollinger, the founder and CEO of Namaste Technologies in Canada. Namaste is the …

Revolutionising pregnancy care - birth beat

July 26th, 2018


This week I’m joined by a real go-getter in the health space - Edwina Sharrock and her online antenatal classes start-up, Birth Beat. Birth Beat is an online platform running antenatal classes for pregnant women and …

Bringing confidence to fitness: NETFIT Netball

July 19th, 2018


This week I’m joined by former elite netballer Sarah Wall and current Giants Netball captain Kimberlee Green to talk about their business, NETFIT Netball. NETFIT started out in 2012 as coaching clinics and netball gym …

Nostalgia, emotions and a passion for fashion: P.E Nation

July 12th, 2018


This week I’m joined by Pip Edwards, co-founder of activewear brand P.E Nation. After 17 years working in fashion, Pip took the plunge to start her own business in 2016, which is now stocked in over 200 retailers …

Selling property privately - PropertyNow

July 5th, 2018


I’m joined by Andrew Blachut from PropertyNow, a real estate company helping people sell their property privately, charging no commission to real estate agents. Their business is complicated by the big players that …

Business, wellness and pets - Pete Evans

June 28th, 2018


This week I am joined by chef Pete Evans to talk about his new business venture, Healthy Everyday Pets. It’s a pet food company aiming to be the healthiest animal food in the country. We talk about the business - but …

Growing without grains - no grainer

June 21st, 2018


This week I’m joined by Sally and Jo Godfrey, who are the founders of grain-free bread business called No Grainer. They started the business because of necessity - being diabetic and coeliac - but they have since …

Winning awards and keeping it simple - Joey Scandizzo

June 14th, 2018


This week we’re joined by Joey Scandizzo, just after he’s announced as the Australian Hairdresser of the Year for an incredible fourth time. We talk about how he got into the game and why he keeps entering awards, how …

Pushing the hair boundaries - Edwards and Co

June 6th, 2018


This week I’m joined by Jaye Edwards, founder of hair salon group Edwards and Co. He’s only 28 but has 6 salons around Australia, built on innovation by hiring a mix of employees and contractors - and maximising the …

From struggling to success - Cronulla Florist

May 31st, 2018


This week I’m joined by Kim from Cronulla Florist - who was featured on the second episode of The Mentor TV show. Kim came to us exhausted from …

Perfecting pizza - Johnny Di Francesco

May 24th, 2018


This week I’m joined by Johnny Di Francesco, chef and owner of Gradi Group, a hospitality group with restaurant ‘400 Gradi' in Melbourne and soon to be worldwide. Johnny was the first Australian crowned the world’s best …

The Mentor episode 1 revisited - moreton bay realty

May 17th, 2018


This week I’m joined by Stephanie Wimpenny to talk about her experience being on my TV show, The Mentor. Stephanie and her family were in the first episode, formerly known as Ubiquitous Realty - and they had some big …

Sorting numbers from nonsense - Quickbooks

May 10th, 2018


This week I’m joined by Bianca Bowron-Cuthill, who is the Head of Customer Success at Intuit QuickBooks. That means she knows a lot about helping business owners get their accounting right, take back their time away …

Flowers, technology and logistics - building Roses Only

May 3rd, 2018


This week I’m joined by one of the expert guests on the TV show, Jack Singleton, who is chairman of Roses Only. I’ve known Jack for 20 years when he took over the Wizard advertising account - and he’s gone on to bigger …

The art of the sale - Matt Lancashire

April 26th, 2018


This week I’m joined by the first of the experts I’ve called in to help on The Mentor TV show - Matt Lancashire. Matt is the principal of two Ray White franchises in Queensland, and the leading sales agent for …

Giving small business a voice -

April 19th, 2018


This week I’m doing something different - and talking about my new project, Mentored. After doing this podcast for over a year, and with the TV show The Mentor launching on Channel Seven, I felt it was time to build a …

Taking on sharks and Cowboys - the property mentors

April 12th, 2018


This week Mark talks to Luke Harris and Matt Bateman, who run the investment business The Property Mentors. They work with people looking to invest in property make more educated decisions, and to help their clients …

Changing youth social enterprise - PCYC

April 4th, 2018


This week I’m joined by a mate of mine, Adam Thompson, who is the club manager at PCYC Woolloomooloo. They’re a charity close to my heart - I’m the …

Smarter solar power - Redback technologies

April 2nd, 2018


This week I’m joined by Phil Livingston, the founder of Redback Technologies, a solar power company specialising in panels and batteries for homes …

Making over mobile beauty - glamazon

March 22nd, 2018


This week on The Mentor with Mark Bouris, I’m joined by Lauren Silvers and Lisa Maree, the founders of Glamazon. It’s a mobile beauty services marketplace, connecting consumers with stylists in their area who come to …

Messaging, moments and TV madness - Black and Farrelly

March 14th, 2018


Legendary TV producer Marion Farrelly joins Mark on The Mentor this week, to talk about pitching, messaging and her life producing ratings juggernauts like Big Brother, Celebrity Apprentice, Dancing With The Stars and …

Dancing around business - stratosphere performing arts

March 8th, 2018


This week on The Mentor with Mark Bouris, my guest is Kate Gibbs, the owner and principal of Stratosphere Performing Arts, a dancing studio in Sydneys north-west. We figure out what Kate's really in the business of …

Decrypting cryptocurrency - havven

February 15th, 2018


This week we talk about one of the hottest topics around - cryptocurrency. Kain Warwick is the founder of a new Australian cryptocurrency called …

The ccience of freedom - shark shield

February 8th, 2018


This week Mark is joined by Lindsay Lyon, the owner and CEO of Shark Shield - the only scientifically proven and independently tested electronic …

Shaking up the drinks game: SweetandChilli

February 1st, 2018


This week my guest is Cam Northway, founder of drinks agency Sweet&Chilli. From humble beginnings designing cocktail menus for bars in 2006, they now have offices in Australia, USA and UK and hundreds of staff. …

Putting business sense into charity - seven women

January 26th, 2018


This episode is a bit different for The Mentor, talking with the founder of not-for-profit organisation Seven Women, Stephanie Woollard. Mark and …

Kids and money atters - spriggy

January 18th, 2018


In our first podcast for 2018, Mark talks with Mario and Alex from Spriggy, a digital pocket-money tool for children. With Spriggy, parents put money …

Food for thought - Gary Mehigan

December 14th, 2017


Mark is joined by a special guest: celebrity chef, restauranteur and fellow PodcastOne host, Gary Mehigan. They talk about Gary's rise from working as an apprentice chef to working in Michelin-hatted restaurants, and …

Markets, meetings and community - Cambridge markets

December 7th, 2017


Mark speaks to Madelienne Anderson and Rebecca Fox, the founders of a markets business in Sydney's eastern suburbs - Cambridge Markets. They're being counter-intuitive to everyone obsessed with online retail (Amazon, …

Upending agency models - digilante

November 30th, 2017


Mark takes a look at digital and creative agencies - with one man who has both worked for them and started his own. Kiel Van Daal is the co-founder of Digilante, an agency with a streamlined, agile approach to …

Small business digital taskforce - Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison

November 23rd, 2017


Mark has a very special guest this week - the Australian Treasurer, the Hon. Scott Morrison MP. He and Mark talk about the government's Small Business Digital Taskforce that Mark will be chairing, looking at all the …

Collaboration is king - collabosaurus

November 16th, 2017


This week Mark talks partnerships and cross promotion - in the interests of collaboration for business. His guest is Jess Ruhfus, the founder of …

Regulations and red tape - Verde Restaurant and Bar

November 9th, 2017


Things get a bit fiery this week - talking about the challenges facing the restaurant industry with all its rules and regulations. Our guest is …

Bridging the digital skills gap: Academy Xi

November 2nd, 2017


Mark talks to Ben Wong and Charbel Zeaiter, the founders of digital education company Academy Xi. They specialise in courses in areas such as virtual reality, augmented reality, user experience design and growth …

Footy, beer and business - bloke in a bar

October 26th, 2017


Mark speaks to Denan Kemp - a former NRL player who has launched a beer company, designed to be the perfect companion for watching the footy at the pub or on the couch. He is also the host of his own sports interview …

Getting pitch perfect - 60 seconds

October 19th, 2017


Mark speaks with a man in the business of coaching. Marcus West has been a presentation coach for 20 years and recently started an online platform to help salespeople with their training process.
Users can rehearse …

Looking after man's best friend - VetChat

October 12th, 2017


All pet owners have experienced the problem where it's hard to get out-of-hours medical advice from a vet for peace of mind. This weeks guest is …

The dairy-free dream - Over The Moo

October 6th, 2017


Mark talks to Alex Houseman, the founder of Over The Moo, a dairy-free ice cream company born out of necessity - Alex is lactose intolerant. Over The …

From swim to skin - Michael Klim's MILK and Co

September 28th, 2017


Mark sits down with former Olympic swimming champion Michael Klim about his skincare business, MILK & Co. Michael's company has been around for almost a decade, with his skincare range in 3000 stores domestically. …

Riding into success - the rolling fix

September 21st, 2017


Mark talks to Cameron Harrison and John Treloar, who went from running a mobile bicycle repair van to providing bike service options for businesses …

Putting data into fitness - sport heroes group

September 15th, 2017


Mark talks to Sam Canavan from Sport Heroes. They're an app that links to your fitness tracker and offers you rewards, discounts from brands, exclusive offers and prizes, just for exercising - effectively frequent flyer …

Secret pet business - raw and fresh pet food

September 8th, 2017


This week, Mark focuses on a business that serves man's best friend - their pets. Adam, Scott and Holly are the founders of Raw and Fresh Pet Food, …

Turning tech failure to success - hatching lab

August 31st, 2017


Mark talks with Christie Whitehill, who made her first move into the tech world with a dating app that was blown out of the water by Tinder. Since then she's launched Hatching Lab, an innovation partner and software …

Leading human transformation - wimp 2 warrior

August 24th, 2017


Mark speaks to Nick Langton, the co-founder of Wimp 2 Warrior, a 22-week mixed martial arts program in gyms worldwide, training amateurs to be ready for their first fight. It is backed by some of MMA's biggest names …

Inventing activewear - Lorna Jane Clarkson

August 18th, 2017


This week Mark sits down with woman credited with coining the term "activewear", Lorna Jane Clarkson - the founder of the hugely successful Lorna …

Keeping workplaces healthy - the fruit box group

August 11th, 2017


This week Mark speaks to Martin Halphen, who took his business The Fruit Box Group from delivering fresh fruit to 300 households in Melbourne to more …

Taking on DIY giants - monsta

August 3rd, 2017


This week Mark speaks to Phil Scardigno, the founder of online DIY retailer Monsta. Monsta is cutting out the middle man selling paint and other DIY …

Generating health and generating leads - be broth and Jack Media

July 28th, 2017


First up this week on The Mentor is Melissa Morphet - whose wellness product Be Broth, an Aussie-first ready to drink bone broth - is now selling in …

Alex McKinnon - a new business life after football

July 19th, 2017


This week on The Mentor with Mark Bouris, this a special episode with former NRL player Alex McKinnon. After a life-changing injury ended his footy …

Men's grooming - Wil Valor and Patricks

July 14th, 2017


This week on The Mentor with Mark Bouris, our first guest is Mark Ferguson - a basketball player turned tailor - running Wil Valor, a bespoke menswear business. Mark then speaks to Patrick Kidd, the head of men's hair …

Growing fast vs just getting started - Koala Mattress and double tap agency

July 3rd, 2017


Mark speaks to two businesses in very different growth phases. First up: Dany Milham and Mitch Taylor, the founders of Koala Mattress about their incredible growth since launching in 2015. Mark is then joined by the …

Business partnerships - adore beauty and lingmo

June 23rd, 2017


Mark goes into the nuts and bolts of business partnerships. First up is Kate Morris, founder of online retailer Adore Beauty, which partnered with …

Bikinis and carparks - Frankie swimwear and parallel parking

June 16th, 2017


Mark speaks to Rebecca Klodinsky, the founder of Frankie Swimwear about her growth into a global business from zero background in fashion. Mark also talks about patience in business with Jack Perkins and Alex Peck from …

Outsourcing - hire a hubby and virtual angel hub

June 7th, 2017


This week on The Mentor with Mark Bouris, the founders of two different out-sourcing businesses are on the show. Brendan Green from Hire A Hubby talks about the rise of the handyman over the last 20 years, and we talk …

Services - The Comms Department and SixtyFour Films

June 2nd, 2017


This week Mark speaks to two successful services businesses. Bec Brown from The Comms Department gives us some great insights about PR, managing …

Drinks - Hawke's Brewing Co and Nexba

May 26th, 2017


In the first episode of The Mentor, Mark Bouris talks to Nathan Lennon and Dave Gibson from Hawkes Brewing Co about launching a beer company with Bob Hawke, and Troy Douglas, one of the founders of Nexba natural, …

Luke Mangan

May 18th, 2017


This week on The Mentor with Mark Bouris, It was a great pleasure to have chef and businessman Luke Mangan in the studio today! We talked about Lukes journey from being an apprentice chef to owning 21 restaurants with …

Libby Gardner and Luke Beeton

May 11th, 2017


This week on The Mentor with Mark Bouris, I had the pleasure of meeting two young business owners from very different fields. First up is a great chat with Libby Gardner, who runs The Platter Project, about the …

Janeece Keller and Gabriel Sarajinsky

May 5th, 2017


This week on The Mentor with Mark Bouris, Im talking all things travel! Our first guest is Janeece Keller, founder of Bound Round, a family travel app and website seeing destinations through the eyes of kids. And …

Pete Neill and Selena Mazuran

April 27th, 2017


This week on The Mentor with Mark Bouris, we talk to two businesses at opposite ends of the education spectrum. First up is Pete Neill from Code …

Chris Matthews and Kieran Harrison

April 20th, 2017


This week we're going natural! First up host Mark Bouris talks to Chris Matthews and Kieran Harrison from Little Urchin, a natural sunscreen which was launched in 2016, and then we chat with Irene Falcone who founded …

Kate Kendall and Ben Lucas

April 13th, 2017


host Mark Bouris presents an outstanding episode today, breaking down the challenges and opportunities in different parts of the fitness industry. We meet Kate Kendall and Ben Lucas from Flow Athletic and spoke about …

Stephen Jackson and Mel Moloney

April 5th, 2017


Things get a bit fiery in the studio this week which I love! It was great to chat to Stephen Jackson from Jackson Rowe Real Estate about training staff and when to step back from the business. Host Mark Bouris also …

Khaisser Khater and David Malcom

March 29th, 2017


Host Mark Bouris has a great show today with two fantastic guests! Two dudes who are really shaking up the food industry. Khaisser Khater, co-owner of Dessert Boxes joins us to talk about his delicious & decadent …

2017 Preview

March 17th, 2017


TMBS is back for 2017, asking the hard hitting questions of the Australian business sector. Tune in guys, were in a new studio and have announced some exciting plans for the rest of the year.

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Kumar Manix and Marnie Flanagan

February 2nd, 2017


On this episode, host Mark Bouris chats to Kumar Manix and Marnie Flanagan who couldnt be in more different businesses, Kumar (The Space Ship) the …

Anthony Millet

January 25th, 2017


If youre keen to finally get into the Aussie property market, then this episodes for you! Anthony Millet and his company Brick X are changing the game, so that every Aussie can achieve the dream and own a slice of the …

Kapuddle and Amanda Rose

January 17th, 2017


This week host Mark Bouris has on the show two of our well deserving guests that didnt squeeze into the end of last year. All three of them are challenging the status quo to be bigger and better! Nick & Shane from …

Lochie Graham and Jerry Lewis

December 21st, 2016


Theres no age limit to joining The Mark Bouris Show! Lochie Graham is a 13-year-old boy with an old soul and a big heart! He joined us on the show to …

Jason Loft Tim Jones

December 7th, 2016


Two great examples of everyday ingenuity at work on the MB Show today. Host Mark Bouris chats to Jason Loft from Pedals Espresso and Tim Jones from Travelshoot are now reaping the rewards of simple and well executed …

Adam Macdougall, Tom Carroll, Richard De Crespigny and Guillaume Brahimi

November 23rd, 2016


With so many great guests this year, we thought it was about time for another best of episode. An interesting collection for our 58th episode; a …

Mark Cronje and Christopher McCorry

November 9th, 2016


They eat, sleep and work together and they're not even married! Mark Cronje and Christopher McCorry jumped off a ledge 6 months ago to start and are living proof that if you want something bad enough …

The ladies lounge

October 26th, 2016


Reverse podcast and an interesting perspective change today. The lovely ladies from The Ladies Lounge join host Mark Bouris in the X Studio to talk about podcasting, business, family and generally what makes him tick.

Anna Porter and Fiona Nadaya

September 21st, 2016


Aussies love property as an asset class, but with popularity comes price pressure, making it a tough market to get into! Today on TMBS, host Mark …

Emotional resilience

September 7th, 2016


Apologies everyone, we forgot to post this episode a couple weeks back. Plenty of good stuff though on emotional resilience, pivoting and the skill …

Tom Carroll

July 24th, 2016


The parallels between sport and business produce great lessons for both sides of the fence. World surfing champion, big wave rider, entrepreneur and …

Daniel Borg and Alison Michalk

July 20th, 2016


Couldnt find the light switch this morning, but podcasting in the dark wasnt that bad! Great line up today; the George boys from Autonado, Daniel …

Dave Liston and Danny Burrito

July 6th, 2016


A couple of young blokes having a crack thats what its all about! Host Mark Bouris chats to Dave Liston from is helping young Aussies take back their economic futures and building a nice little business in the …

Seema Kumar, Dave Thompson and Sonia McDonald

June 22nd, 2016


Host Mark Bouris chats to Vice President of Innovation, Global Health and Policy Communication, Seema Kumar joins TMBS to discuss the global …

James Kennedy and Tyson Koh

June 9th, 2016


Building brands can be tough, but dont worry TMBS has got you covered. James Kennedy has worked with some of the biggest brands on the planet; Rolex, …

Ned Moorfield

May 25th, 2016


Host Mark Bouris presents a David and Goliath story this week! Ned Moorfield, the CEO and co-founder of ridesharing service, GoCatch tells TMBS how …

Gen George, Jane Lu and Georgia Woodyard

May 11th, 2016


Host Mark Bouris presents two Georges and one estrogen packed show this week! Gen George, Jane Lu and Georgia Woodyard join to talk about women in business and a woman in business (the café business that is).

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David Vitek

April 27th, 2016


Marketplace models can attract big valuations, but still need careful thought before jumping in. Host Mark Bouris chats to David Vitek, co-founder …

Jules Lund, Grant Williams, Joe Hockey, Ange Postecoglou and Todd Sampson

April 20th, 2016


With all the great talent weve had over the past 12 months, we just had to go back and do a Best Of. Pure gold from; Jules Lund, Grant Williams, Joe …

Dave Reilly, Mike Beircuck, Tiffany Murray and Taryn Williams

April 13th, 2016


In this episode of The Mentor with host Mark Bouris - Quantum physics is pretty straight forward when Dave Reilly and Mike Beircuck explain it. Well …

Guillaume Brahimi

March 30th, 2016


Want some insights on the restaurant industry? We've got you covered, host Mark Bouris chats to master chef, mogul, TV star, author and all round …

Lisa McGuigan and Trent Innes

March 16th, 2016


Dont think, drink!

Host Mark Bouris talks to wild child Lisa McGuigan joins the panel to discuss all things vino how to bottle it, how to sell it and of course how to drink it! We then cut over to the new Managing …

Episode 41 - Fan's Show

March 9th, 2016


Damn weve got some cool fans, beer brewers, legal eagles and bungey pumpers, to name a few. Host Mark Bouris presents the first ever dedicated fans …

Matt Drummond and Trevor Powell

March 3rd, 2016


Lookin good aint easy GQ Australias Editor, Matt Drummond weighs in on the Australian news psyche and shares plans for GQs push into the business sector. Winner of the Morton Bay Innovation Awards, Trevor Powell also …

James Kennedy and Sally Obermeder

February 24th, 2016


Host Mark Bouris chats living large to lean and everything in between. Acorns Australia chief Tony Fay, LK Boutiques James Kennedy and TV personality and founder of, Sally Obermeder join TMBS for an extended …

Johnson and Johnson

February 11th, 2016


Going in deep this week with global technology giant Johnson & Johnson. Kris Sterkens, Bruce Goodwin and Christoph Glaetzer chat to host Mark …

Luke Anderson

February 3rd, 2016


It started with Bitcoin, now even the big banks are adopting block chain technology. Luke Anderson joins host Mark Bouris and the panel to simply …

Nick Fordham

January 27th, 2016


Value is subjective, listen to host Mark Bouris and Nick Fordham this week discuss best negotiation principles to help you maximize your value to …

Sophie Monk, John Winning and Gen George

January 20th, 2016


Keep looking forward and never stand still!

Sophie Monk talks reinvention with host Mark Bouris, plus John Winning and Gen George back in the studio to talk about contemporary business practices and setting yourself up …

Michael Fraser

January 13th, 2016


Host Mark Bouris presents part two of last weeks marathon podcast, talking to the peoples champion Michael Fraser about his string of heavyweight …

Archer Hamilton and Charlie Single

January 6th, 2016


Host Mark Bouris chats to Three Rivers Archer Hamilton and Charlie Single, better known as the publishers of The Betoota Advocate join us on the show to provide not only their industry insights but more importantly a …

Mark Bouris - The Mentor

December 9th, 2015


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Johnson and Johnson Group

November 27th, 2015


Episode 31 of The Mark Bouris Show sees Mark speaking with some real heavy hitters including Joe Hockey as well as Diego Moralles, Chris Hourigan and Gavin Fox-Smith from Johnson & Johnson group.

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Wyatt Roy and Chris Hourigan

November 27th, 2015


This weeks podcast was worth the wait guys! Wyatt Roy, Mark Bouris and Chris Hourigan deep dive into the big issues facing Aussie innovation. No …

Mark Bouris - The Mentor

November 17th, 2015


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Mark Bouris - The Mentor

November 12th, 2015


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November 4th, 2015


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Adam MacDougall

October 21st, 2015


Adam MacDougall joins host Mark Bouris to talk about his Manshake businesses (, and how Adam transitioned from playing …

Sarah Jane Clarke and Roxy Jacenko

October 14th, 2015


Host Mark Bouris is joined by special guests Sarah Jane Clarke and Roxy Jacenko to talk about the launch of Uberpitch and Nick takes us through the latest questions sent in from listeners.

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Genevieve George and More Chillis Productions

October 7th, 2015


Host Mark Bouris takes you through the latest news from the RBA, Genevieve George from Oneshift Jobs talks about getting started in business and …

Mikey Leung, Francis Vierboom, Aaron Brooks, Olga Oleinikova, Michael Kong, David Smith & Francisco Serra-Martins

September 30th, 2015


Host Mark Bouris presents a special incubators and incubatees episode Guests include: Mikey Leung (Digital Storytellers), Francis Vierboom …

Ange Postecoglou

September 22nd, 2015


Head Coach of the Socceroos Ange Postecoglou talks leadership with host Mark Bouris this week. Nick Bouris takes us through the latest start up businesses to pitch their ideas (Raw Mix & Urban Lifesavers). The taxi …

RBA Decision, Incubators for Startups

September 2nd, 2015


Host Mark Bouris unpacks the latest RBA interest rate decision and predicts when the next rate move will be. Mark and Nick Bouris weigh up the pros …

Eagle's Nest

August 24th, 2015


Host Mark Bouris reviews your latest pitches for Eagles Nest. Listen to his views about whether working long hours is productive. Mark also reacts to …

Todd Sampson

August 19th, 2015


Tune is as host Mark Bouris invites advertising guru and adventurer Todd Sampson to recount his fascinating journey, retraining his brain. Hear Todd how embraces his fear to overcome incredible physical feats and how …

Parking Meter Costs

August 12th, 2015


A huge show for you, hear host Mark Bouris scathing attack on local councils over parking meter costs. He calls for the $1 an hour revolution!

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Mark Bouris - The Mentor

August 6th, 2015


Tune in for Marks advice to entrepreneurs about how to balance passion with preparedness.

What about those days you struggle to get motivated? Even Mark has them. Hear his advice about how to get on with the job.

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Kate Dillon

July 22nd, 2015


host Mark Bouris invited Kate Dillon from She Lion handbags pitch for Eagles Nest. Tune in for his advice on breaking into this competitive market.

Does creativity really lead to innovation? Plus more of your questions …

Roger Sciberras, Gallantoro, Alex Brownbill & Maria Simonelli

July 15th, 2015


After reviewing this weeks most important economic data, host Mark Bouris gave his insight into the Greece crisis and its implications for us in …

Richard De Crespigny

July 8th, 2015


On Marks latest podcast, he has an in depth interview with Pilot Captain Richard De Crespigny. Captain De Crespigny saved the lives of 469 people, safely landing a Qantas A380, after an engine exploded four minutes …

Ed Cowan and Salome Borg

July 1st, 2015


Mark launched Eagles Nest, his own exciting program to encourage and support start ups and entrepreneurs. The first two guests Ed Cowan of Tripod Coffee and Salome Borg from Boom Payband, met Mark in the studio, pitched …

Apolon Ivankovic, Salome Borg, Maria Demasi & Chantal Hryniewski

June 24th, 2015


An exciting announcement on the show this week for episode 12. Mark is launching Eagles Nest, a program to support and encourage entrepreneurs, …

Mark Bouris - The Mentor

June 17th, 2015


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June 10th, 2015


From the global economy to what makes a great leader, Mark offers his insight into business and entrepreneurship.

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The Mentor - RBA

June 3rd, 2015


Mark Bouris is giving his thoughts on the reasons behind the RBAs decision not to change interest rates as a result of lower commodity prices and …

The Mentor with guest Bruce Billson - pt 1

May 27th, 2015


Weve reached episode 8 of our podcast already and its thanks to your fantastic support so please keep on listening and subscribing. In this weeks episode we recap on our interview with Bruce Billson as well as reviewing …

The Mentor with guest Bruce Billson - pt 1

May 20th, 2015


In our biggest podcast yet Mark interviews Bruce Billson to get the answers Australian business owners are looking for from the government budget. Episode 7 explores the key issues affecting small business in Australia …

Mark Bouris - The Mentor

May 14th, 2015


Get a genuine take on the budget from Mark Bouris in episode 6 of his new podcast. What does this budget mean for your small business? Does this budget benefit small business? How can you leverage any kind of benefit to …

Mark Bouris - The Mentor

May 6th, 2015


What a reception Ep 4 received. Listen to Episode 5 now for Marks message to The Shark Tank and SMEs in general. We will touch upon the reduction in interest rates to a record low and what this means for you and your …

Mark Bouris - The Mentor

April 29th, 2015


Episode 4 from the Mark Bouris Podcast give a refreshing and inspiring rhetoric for small business owners in Australia. Listen to Mark pledge his support and mentoring to willing SMEs and also his stinging take on The …

Mark Bouris - The Mentor

April 22nd, 2015


Listen here to Episode 3 of the new Mark Bouris podcast which provides insight and advice to the Australian public on the financial topics most affecting you. Mark gives an update on his 5 most important factors you …

Mark Bouris - The Mentor

April 16th, 2015


Catch up with Mark in Episode 2 as we cover the topics most relevant to you the Australian public and to Australian business. Mark gives his 5 most important factors you need to keep up to date with to aid your decision …

Mark Bouris - The Mentor

March 4th, 2015


This is the first edition of Mark Bouris new weekly podcast which will bring the Australian public a fresh view on the hot topics and challenges we …

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