*This episode was recorded remotely due to COVID-19 restrictions, we apologise for any inconsistencies in audio quality.
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This episode of The Australian Investors Podcast features Al Bentley, founder of Simply Wall St. Simply Wall St is one of Australia’s outstanding financial technology businesses. No doubt you would have seen their investment articles or experienced the platform.
Al and I recorded this conversation with the intention of airing the episode as part of a new business course and accompanying podcast series we’re launching on our Rask Education website, helping people to start successful businesses.
Basically, Al shares his journey and what led him to create an investing platform with over 2.5 million users. Having played along, I’m often taken back by how quick his company has grown its user base.
While the lessons from this discussion were primarily aimed at business owners and founders, it’s a fascinating conversation of what it takes to start something with scale in mind.
After talking through it, we decided to air this episode for you, our investor listeners, so you can get a sense of what it takes to start and operate one of these rapidly-growing technology businesses.
If you’re interested in joining Simply Wall St, below you’ll find a unique link to join the data-rich platform that Al and his team have created.
As always, I hope you enjoy this conversation with Al Bentley, Founder of Simply Wall St.
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