EE 25 - Gary Lavin - Founder VITHIT
EE 24 - Garret Flower - Cronuts, Doughnuts & Silicon Valley!
Gary is a no-nonsense entrepreneur who shares the real reasons why his brand become a global success.
After his rugby career was ended by a serious injury, Gary Lavin jumped straight into his entrepreneurial journey.
Fast forward to 2019, and his drinks brand VITHIT sells 25 million units across the globe.
In the middle, he faced every challenge imaginable and almost lost everything.
EE 23 - Dan Nugent - From Bootstrapped to Brown Thomas
Millions of people have consumed Garret's products but you would never know! This is because Garret started one of Ireland's largest commercial bakeries from very humble beginnings in his apartment kitchen.
EE 22 - Shane Ryan - Persistence Beats Resistance
Dan Nugent symbolises everything that The Entrepreneur Experiment stands for.
He started his business with his partner, Sacha, for less than €1000, bootstrapped it from day 1 and has scaled it globally in less than 2 years.
EE 21 - Sonia Deasy - Creating the Formula for Global Success
Shane Ryan is the brains behind one of Ireland’s fastest growing food brands. In less than 12 months, Shane has gone from an idea in his head to being listed in retailers across Ireland in outlets including Tesco and Fresh.
EE 20 - James McCormack - The Barista Baron
Sonia Deasy is the co-founder and CEO of skincare company, Pestle & Mortar. Founded in 2014, Sonia and her husband, Padraic, have grown it into a global brand in just 5 years.
Pestle & Mortar is now listed in stores such as Liberty London, Arnotts, Avoca, FaceGym, Harvey Nichols, and Bloomingdales.
EE 19 - Caolan Cullen - The Irish Willy Wonka!
James started his first company with just €500 which was borrowed from his wife after losing his job in the 2008 financial crash. This small investment launched a catering empire that spanned coffee shops, Mexican food outlets, and corporate catering. He then lost it all.
EE 18 - Shane Monahan - The Business of Sport
Most people take home some terrible souvenirs from their holidays. When he was just 22, when traveling around Thailand, Caolan Cullen discovered the idea that would become his future business.
EE 17 - Number 1 Business Podcast in Ireland?
Why do so many professional sports stars become entrepreneurs?
In today's episode, we chat with former Leinster, Munster and Ireland rugby player, Shane Monahan, who brings us on his journey from sports star to entrepreneur.
EE 16 - Niall Horgan - CEO & Co-Founder Gym+Coffee
This week, I share with you my goal of becoming the number 1 business podcast in Ireland in 2019.
If your goals don't scare you, they aren't' ambitious enough! I break down the huge success we've had in June and the structure I'm building to help me achieve this.
EE 15 - Siobhan O'Hagan - How to Sell Without Selling Out
Launched in January 2017, on the week of blue Monday, Gym+Coffee began life in the toughest way possible after missing out on lucrative Christmas sales.
Undeterred, the 3 founders have turned Gym+Coffee into one of Ireland’s leading names in the athleisure space in just 2 years!
EE 14 - How I Built a Podcast Studio & Found 1000 Listeners
How do you go from being on the path to becoming actuary to living in Thailand running a successful business from your laptop?
Siobhan O'Hagan is one of Ireland's best known online fitness coaches and in today’s episode breaks down how she quit her 9-5 job to become a personal trainer, and fitness entrepreneur.
EE 13 - Devan Hughes - Ideas are a dime a dozen, execution is everything.
In this episode, I reveal how I built a podcast studio in 24 hours and reveal what the first business idea for The Entrepreneur Experiment will be.
EE 12 - Designing the Perfect Day & Hiring Two People
Like many great Irish business ideas, my current guest had his moment of inspiration over a few pints in a Dublin pub.
Founder of Buymie, serial entrepreneur Devan Hughes joins me this week to reveal his entrepreneur story.
EE 11 - Karl O'Brien - Youth + Curiosity = Global Success
In this episode, I reveal how I'm trying to increase my productivity and overcome self-doubt by adopting a new system of working.
EE 10 - Investing in Yourself
At just 23 years old, Karl O'Brien has built his social media company into a global brand employing 8 people.
EE 9 - James Murphy - Fitness Entrepreneur
I've been neglecting myself and this week, I took action to change that.
EE 8 - A Confession & March Recap
Welcome to episode 9 of The Entrepreneur Experiment podcast where I chat with James Murphy, founder of Zest Fitness and BeatBox Gym.
Founded 6 years ago in the height of the last economic recession, James has built a business that now earns over 6 figures per year. Despite this, he’s willing to risk it all and start again with his latest venture.
EE 7 - Fabio Molle - Serial Entrepreneur & E-Commerce Expert
Each month, I am going to share a very honest summary of how The Entrepreneur Experiment project is progressing.
EE 6 - Forcing Myself to Fail
Fabio is extremely open with his story and reveals how he turned his back on the lucrative world of software engineering to set up his own company.
We learn what it takes to start and grow one of Ireland’s most recognisable e-commerce brands. With his window to make sales only running for a few months, Fabio lets us in on the secrets he uses to scale up a business rapidly in a short space of time.
In this week's diary episode, I reveal why I'm forcing myself to fail. To fail and keep failing so that it becomes nothing to fear.
Fear of failure is the number one reason why a fantastic idea never leaves the entrepreneurs brain or notebook.