Australian entrepreneurship has a powerful source of sustainable energy.
It’s called Creel Price.
This young, dynamic businessman is in constant motion, whether it’s motivating fellow entrepreneurs, nurturing the next generation of capitalists or climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. Price’s website offers a word — entreprenaissance — to frame his vision of helping create “an extraordinary era of individual expression and legacy.”
Price cemented his reputation by co-founding Blueprint Management Group at age 25 with just $5,000 in startup capital, then selling it within a decade for about $109 million.
Jack Delosa, a two-time Anthill 30under30 winner, sat Price down for a video interview as part of Delosa’s mentoring and networking enterprise, The Entourage. In just over nine minutes, he and Price cover a lot of ground, including:
- Price’s three key points for starting a business.
- How Price’s marketing is more about romancing the customers he has (he calls it “marriage marketing”) then trying to accumulate clients.
- Why he shares his business metrics (margins, etc.) with his clients.
Anyone looking to starting a business, grow one or sell one (have we missed anyone?) would do well to watch this video, if only for the recharge.
Jack Delosa interviews Creel Price
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