In Australia, 30 per cent of all new businesses fail before their first year is finished leaving many budding entrepreneurs to pose the question, why do some succeed while others struggle to realise their dream?
The secret to business success is not as complicated as originally thought, says Phillip Di Bella. The controversial figure has been appointed to a number of Queensland Boards ad marketing authorities but was recently stripped of his Telstra 2014 Business of the Year award after an expletive filled tirade at the rugby.
His presentation “Entrepreneurial Intelligence is the result of two years of investigation into the formula that makes successful entrepreneurs tick. It is a formula based on Phillip Di Bella’s personal business philosophies that saw him succeed with both Di Bella and My Crop to Cup and it is surprisingly simple.
By developing the formula, Phillip hopes to have articulated those philosophies in a way that is within reach of all budding entrepreneurs, as anyone who is taking the next step in developing or expanding their business.
At this event you will learn:
- The 4 aspects that are part of Phillips’s successful business mantra
- The tangible and intangible aspects of entrepreneurial thinking
- An insight into what makes entrepreneurs successful
While Entrepreneurial Intelligence is not a how to guide for being a successful entrepreneur, Phillip will light the spark inside you to believe that, by applying his simple formula, you can put your mind to achieving business and entrepreneurial success. Phillip’s book “Entrepreneurial Intelligence” will be available for sale at this event.
Phillip Di Bella established Di Bella Coffee in 2002 by leasing a roaster part-time he roasted coffee at night and went door-to-door to attract clients by day. Phillip quickly caught the attention of local cafes with his enthusiasm and passion for both his product and customer service and since 2002, Phillip has steadily built Di Bella Coffee from a one-man show to a national coffee powerhouse with offices and roasting warehouses in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Fremantle.
Phillip is a passionate businessmen and entrepreneur and he has been celebrated on several occasions. He was a finalist in Ernst & Young’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award for 2005 and went on to win the award in 2008, he was the winner of Brisbane Business News’ Young Entrepreneur Award in 2010 and Highly Commended Award in both 2011 and 2012 and Phillip was awarded Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2012 Northern Region Industry Category Winner and the 2014 Brisbane Lord Mayor’s Corporate Citizen of the Year.
Broncos Leagues Club
6:45am for 7:00am start, 8:30am finish
Fulcher Road, Red Hill