9 Podcasts For Any Start Up Founder.

Ask anyone at the top of their field how they got there or how they found start-up success, and chances are you’ll find patterns of hard work, long hours, and—perhaps most important—continual self-education.

Square Peg Founder Stories.
Square Peg Founder Stories is a weekly show about what it’s like to build a technology start-up—hosted by Imogen Baxter and Square Peg. The episodes feature entrepreneurs sharing their experiences leading tech and software companies – speaking on different topics.

This Week in Startup Australia.
Since 2014, this weekly podcast has charted the growth and maturity of Australia’s start-up ecosystem – talking to founders, investors, accelerators and partners, and sharing the stories of how we are finally being recognised in the start-up space as a nation.

Twista podcast serves to help your start-up thrive with interviews and advice from the leading founders, investors, and thinkers in Australia’s tech start-up community.

Lady-Brains is a podcast for female founders and founders-to-be. Cach week hosts Caitlin Judd and Anna Mackenzie chat to the world’s most exciting female entrepreneurs, tapping into their knowledge and insights.

Below the Line with James Beshara.
Below the Line is a new start-up podcast launched last year by Angel investor and entrepreneur James Beshara. The interviews take an unstructured approach which adds to the show’s freshness and authenticity.

Business Wars.
Each episode pitches two well-known brands against each other. Taking you on a journey of the valuable lessons, most significant decisions and sometimes the rise and fall of some of the biggest brands in history. Famous businesses reported on include Facebook vs Snapchat, Boeing vs Airbus and Netflix vs Blockbuster.

HBR IdeaCast.
Hosted by Sarah Green Carmichael, each episode examines Entrepreneurs who are scaling their business and running into growing pains, especially when building a team. The Harvard Business Review’s IdeaCast features weekly discussions about business management, often through interviews with industry experts.

Side Hustle School.
A daily show for everyone who works a regular job and wants to start an income-earning project on the side. Hear a different story of someone who’s started a side hustle—along with what went well, how that person overcame challenges, and what happened as a result.

Masters of Scale.
Featuring some of the worlds best business-minded people & Iconic CEOs — from Nike to Netflix, Starbucks to Slack. They each share the stories & strategies that helped them grow from start-ups into global brands. Additionally, host Reid Hoffman ( LinkedIn cofounder) proves a different theory about how businesses scale on each episode.

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