Follow us on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter
By June RamliTweet
Ditching The Great Australian Dream
Welcome to another episode of 30 mins with DailyStraits.com. Today, we are joined by a 25-year-old entrepreneur who founded a multimillion dollar company in Australia four years ago. Melbourne-based Lachlan Matheson’s (pictured above) is the owner and operator of BOXXD, a global brand which services over 21 countries with wholesale and custom packaging for businesses. With more than 20 staff members and counting, this Australian owned business is currently on track in making AUD$3 million this financial year with no signs of slowing down. Here, Matheson tells us why he started the business and how he deals with older staff members and why he feels nervous sometimes. He also tells us why he decided to put the great Australian dream of owning a home on hold while he used his savings to start his own business instead of putting it down for a house deposit. Without further ado, let’s listen to Matheson’s interview here:
Listen to other episodes here:
Subscribe to DailyStraits.com podcasts at:
Spotify, iTunes, Google, Anchor, iHeartRadio, SoundCloud, Amazon, Stitcher, YouTube and Acast.
Editor’s Note: You can now download our app on the Google Play Store or the Apple Store, or write your next best-selling novel with our sister app Toolis, available on the Apple Store and Google Play Store or purchase something from us at www.tapiroo.com, yayaezzy.com or at lazybumskincare.com.au.
We are happy to note that we are also now on Amazon Australia. Purchase our products as a show of support and they are Yaya, Ezzy, Tante June and Xeno backpacks or our beauty products such as LazyBum Skincare Facial Cleanser, LazyBum Skincare Toner and Moisturiser and Blitz Hair Oil Spray.Also, check out our rate card and media kit here if you would like to advertise with us on this website. Thank you!
Like What You Read?
Howdy! Thanks for dropping by and reading our stuff. DailyStraits.com is an independent website that covers all things business and entrepreneurship related. If you like what you read, a little donation from your good self will go a long way in helping us run this site successfully. Thank you!
June Ramli is the editor of DailyStraits.com. To stay in touch with June, look her up on Twitter @junesairaramli