27 May 2020

An honest discussion with two of My Business’s members Young Henrysand Spend with Us,
as they share their stories and experiences on how to survive in these challenging times.

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Sarah Britz

Founder, Spend With Us

Sarah has worked in the technology and digital media space for over 20 years and has a passion for helping country communities and enterprises thrive. Sarah launched Spend With Us, an online marketplace which enables rural and regional Australian small businesses to market their goods and services.

Jenn Donovan

Jenn Donovan

Owner and Founder, Social Media & Marketing Australia

Jenn is a marketing strategist and social media extraordinaire, coach and mentor to savvy business owners. She’s built a reputation for helping other small business owners simplify their marketing and businesses so they can reach their goals, be more profitable and live the dream.

Dan Hampton

Head of Sales and Director, Young Henrys

Since his personal beer epiphany 12 years ago, Dan has started his own beer appreciation company, ran craft beer restaurants, consulted on craft beer lists, hosted many beer events, worked for Little Creatures Brewery...and has now thrown all his energy into Young Henrys Brewing.

Oscar McMahon

Co-founder and Director, Young Henrys

Oscar is the co-founder of Young Henrys, one of Australia’s largest craft beer companies sold in over 1,500 outlets. Oscar loves Sydney and believes we are all responsible for preserving, nurturing and promoting its incredible culture.

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