65 episodes

This podcast is for high school and Uni students who are aspiring entrepreneurs or are already running their business. Studentpreneurs are students who are entrepreneurs. Get your weekly motivation and stay connected with fellow Studentpreneurs who tell their amazing stories. How did they get started? How do they manage Uni and their business? These are the types of question they answer.

StudentPreneur Podcast: Stories of Students who are Entrepreneurs | Student Entrepreneur | Young Entrepreneur ‪|‬ Julien Marchand: entrepreneur turned PhD student

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This podcast is for high school and Uni students who are aspiring entrepreneurs or are already running their business. Studentpreneurs are students who are entrepreneurs. Get your weekly motivation and stay connected with fellow Studentpreneurs who tell their amazing stories. How did they get started? How do they manage Uni and their business? These are the types of question they answer.

    SPP65: Adam Stone automates his business to attend classes (BEST OF RERUN)

    SPP65: Adam Stone automates his business to attend classes (BEST OF RERUN)

    Best of Rerun episode. Initially release in 2016
    Meet this week awesome studentpreneur: Adam Stone, 20 years old, Commerce and Law student at Monash University and entrepreneur with Speedlancer in Melbourne, Australia. 
    Learn more about Adam on www.studentpreneur.com.au
    Time for a quick wrap up each studentpreneur 'story is different and what works for some people doesn't for others, however, I'd like to point out of few things in Adam's journey that are similar to a lot of studentpreneurs I have interviewed for my research:
    He started by selling things to his classmates in high schools, then on ebay. That's a start that we have seen again and again with the guests of this podcast. There is something that is really different about Adam: he totally automated and outsourced his business, reaching the ultimate goal of removing himself from the business. This is really powerful as a studentpreneur because then he can focus on his studies! It's quite interesting to see him starting a new business because contrary to a lot of the studentpreneurs on this show, it's been a while since he has started a new venture. He can bring a lot of experience from his previous business! Hopefully, we will hear from him when his 500 startup program finishes!
     Books recommended by Adam: 4 hour week
     
    To become a guest apply at http://studentpreneur.com.au/

    • 31 min
    SPP#64 JOB + MBA + STARTUP + BABY with Shane Dillon

    SPP#64 JOB + MBA + STARTUP + BABY with Shane Dillon

    Meet this week's awesome studentpreneur guest: Shane Dillon, Master of Business Administration at RMIT University and founder of International Alumni Job Network (IAJN).

    • 32 min
    SPP#63 '52% of Australians don't ride their bike' Michael Haddad

    SPP#63 '52% of Australians don't ride their bike' Michael Haddad

    Meet this week’s awesome studentpreneur guest: Michael Hadda, 25, studying his Master of International Business at Adelaide University and founder of Bikebus.

    Website: https://bikebusaus.wordpress.com

    • 29 min
    SPP#62 : 'I sold my sports car to fund my business venture' - Francis Ignatius

    SPP#62 : 'I sold my sports car to fund my business venture' - Francis Ignatius

    Meet this week's awesome Studentpreneur guest: Francis Ignatius, 30, recent postgraduate from Adelaide University and founder of Entrepreneur Story.
    Francis' entrepreneurial journey started with import/export while an undergraduate at Edith Cowan University. He had been working since the age of 13 but this didn't help escape one of his biggest lessons in life when he became broke after that first business. Now his mission is to help university graduates to stay in South Australia instead of going to Sydney or Melbourne.
    Quotes:
    I sold my sports car to fund my business venture I had no money, no capital, nothing but I wanted to build a business to eat meat again, not just instant noodle I started asking 50 people on a car forum what they wanted to do to their car... it's very easy to do Action = Reaction and Reaction= Opportunity Most people are too afraid to take the action because they are scared of failure  I don't identify as an entrepreneur... I had no choice but hustle 45% of University graduate in South Australia can't find a job I spent less time in socialising, this is my sacrifice to build my business  10 tries and then you will be successful! My parents hated the fact that I was doing my business and my best friend was telling me to give... I was stubborn and that's how I made it U2U:
    If you are attending University just to get a piece of paper, I think you are wasting your time. If you are there to develop yourself, then it is worth is. Links:
    Website: www.entrepreneurstory.com.au
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/storyentrepreneur/
    If you have what it takes you can apply to share your story on air. 
     

    • 46 min
    SPP#61 with Gavin Bell: 'My biggest fear is to be average'

    SPP#61 with Gavin Bell: 'My biggest fear is to be average'

    Meet this week's awesome studentpreneur guest: Gavin Bell, 22, recent graduate from the Peter Jone's Enterprise Academy in Manchester and founder of Blue Cliff Media in Edinburgh, UK. Gavin got the entrepreneurship bug early on. To get some help he decided to attend the Peter Jone's Enterprise Academy instead of going to university. His story is full of ups and downs.  Quotes: I always had an entrepreneurial spark, I started with dropshiping. My main skill is to take action and learn by doing. My biggest fear is to be average I had no mentor, I never found the right person. Having a good mentor can be huge, but having a bad one can be fatal The best way to get started is to get an internship in a new business Resources: The 7 Day Startup: You Don't Learn Until You Launch by Dan Norris How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie
    Links: Website: http://bluecliffmedia.com/
    Twitter:@bluecliffmedia
    email:hello@bluecliffmedia.com
    Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/MrGavinBell/
    Vblog: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYwX0DRfD06rx1E9iNa7fFw
      If you have what it takes you can apply to share your story on air. CLICK HERE

    • 41 min
    SPP#60 With Kayle Gray: 'Create your own Mastermind group'

    SPP#60 With Kayle Gray: 'Create your own Mastermind group'

    Meet this week's awesome studentpreneur guest: Kayle Gray, 28, recent graduate from the University of Utah and founder of Conversion Cake, USA.  
    Frank has been working with high school entrepreneurs for four years, leading workshops and competitions, but this year, he and his team is excited to launch the world's first business incubator for high school students. The incubator is built on a no-tuition, no-equity model. The goal is to help accepted students make $20,000 in 6 months. Frank's mission is to empower, support, and develop students as they begin their journeys as entrepreneurs and founders. Quotes: Create your own Mastermind group Use you the fact that you are a student to call businesses Take care of yourself and your body when managing a business and your studies Negotiate assignment deadlines with your professors Your peers are as important as mentors At first, I didn' identify as an entrepreneur but as a business minded person    Kayle' Book: The College Entrepreneur: How to leverage your university to build a business, escape the rat race and live life on your terms. First 3 chapters free On Amazon Resources: The 4-Hour Work Week: Escape the 9-5, Live Anywhere and Join the New Rich by Timothy Ferriss The Tropical MBA Podcast U2U: Offer interdisciplinary degrees Links: Website: http://conversioncake.com/
    Twitter:@kylethegray
    email: Kylegray23(at)gmail(dot)com
    If you have what it takes you can apply to share your story on air. CLICK HERE

    • 47 min

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9 Ratings

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Brilliant

I have been listening to 3 episodes in a raw, I can't get enough of it

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Really cool

Thanks for all the stories Julien!

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I love the stories, it’s real life and I can relate to them every week. `keep them coming.

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