Auspreneur Emerges into Australian Media Landscape – Teen Blurb

While the global media landscape has undergone significant changes and dynamics over the past decade, the top dogs and media giants continue to dominate the industry with more clicks and eyeballs in media platforms throughout Australia. As such, small to medium businesses remain buried in oblivion when it comes to media coverage. 

Dissatisfied with the situation and committed to making a lasting change, Australian entrepreneur I am bridging this gap, give back to the society and allowing more people to share their inspiring message to the world, thanks to Auspreneur.  

There aren’t many platforms that give a voice for small to medium businesses here in Australia. Unless you’re a huge corporation, super well connected or a celebrity/influencer with 500k followers, the media doesn’t really care that much about your story. In saying that, we have been able to score some epic placements for clients in some great media outlets, but as a whole, it is quite difficult.

I have a clear vision for Auspreneur – to make it a platform where budding and upcoming entrepreneurs can share their inspiring stories with the world. In addition, he aims to give a voice to those with a tone of experience in business but do not have a platform that allows them to share their message and inspire others. 

My mission with Auspreneur is to provide a voice for both leading entrepreneurs, and the entrepreneurs of the future. Having already worked with over 600 people in similar situations, I look at this as an opportunity for me to give back and provide a voice for those who need it.

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Committed to sharing the latest in news, women, influencers, tech, finance, and marketing, Auspreneur is committed to being among the fastest-growing media outlets in Australia and also a household name. 

Having worked with nearly 700 clients at Boost Media Agency I understand that the world is in need of upcoming entrepreneurs and innovators to bring a new perspective to news and media. Gen Z and Millenials are tired of the old approach to news, which is boring and unhelpful. With a fresh outlook, a new approach, and a clear vision, Auspreneur is set to offer just that. 

To remain updated on the latest news and occurrences in tech, finance, women issues, marketing, lifestyle, startups, and entrepreneurs, visit Auspreneur daily. You may also send them a message on Facebook, Instagram, or email them for all enquiries. 

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