Having taken up the leadership mantle at Ormsby Street for a few months, Robert Drury shares his four key business learnings from startup land.
Robert Drury may be new to the world of running a business, but he does have a firm opinion when it comes to whether or not you should work on holiday.
A startup founder brings with them passion, drive, commitment and skin in the game. Ormsby Street’s has departed, and it’s time for others to step up.
Ormsby Street founder Martin Campbell explains why he’s cutting ties with his business.
As someone running his own business and helping others to the same, Martin Campbell found himself considering the art of how to delegate in the last month.
It was only through making observations in his everyday life that Martin Campbell realised a good pitching style works there as well as it does in business.
Everybody knows smaller businesses are able to be more adapt and change faster than larger ones, but business agility does not come without groundwork.
The start of a new year is a great time to demonstrate business ambition and set targets, but a system must be put in place to bring them suitably to life.
While it can be tempting to get swept up in mince pies and last-minute shopping, Martin Campbell will not let Christmas quell business momentum.
Learning from his previous business when he was averse to letting staff go, Martin Campbell explains why those tough decision are often the right ones.
Martin Campbell’s Ormsby Street might only be a few years old, but it’s based on years of experience which he’ll be sharing as part of Founders Diaries.