Morgans "40 under 40" Podcast - Interview with Matt Heine, Joint MD of Netwealth Group

Chris Titley

I recently chatted to Matt Heine, Joint MD of Netwealth about their journey from a startup to ASX listed life. NetWealth provided their Quarterly business update today, their first as a listed company which has seen the share price react favourably. Matt also provides some great advice for business leaders. Show More

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Morgans "40 under 40" Podcast - Interview with John Corry, COO , Charitable Gaming : Tatts Group

Chris Titley

In the latest instalment of the 40 under 40 series, Morgans Adviser Chris Titley spoke with John Corry, Chief Operating Officer of Charitable Gaming at Tatts Group (ASX Code: TTS). John tells the story of how he left the stockbroking industry to start a successful charitable foundation called 50:50, and... Show More

Morgans "40 under 40" Podcast - Interview with Karl Trouchet, Executive Director

Chris Titley

In the latest installment of the 40 under 40 series, Morgans Adviser Chris Titley spoke with Karl Trouchet, 39, Executive Director of Apollo Tourism & Leisure (ASX Code: ATL). Karl discusses the history of Apollo, the growth that it has achieved, the reason for publicly listing the company, work/life balance... Show More

Morgans "40 under 40" Podcast - Interview with Chris Koch, Deputy CFO - Freelancer

Chris Titley

I sat down with Christopher Koch, Age 32, who is Deputy CFO of Freelancer.com as part of the Morgans "40 under 40" podcast series. We talked about the history of Freelancer.com founded by Matt Barrie, about moving from Investment Banking to a fast paced high growth technological company , failure,... Show More

Morgans "40 under 40" Podcast - Interview with Chris Stott - Chief Investment Officer

Chris Titley

I recently chatted to Chris Stott, 35, Chief Investment Officer from Wilson Asset Management as part of the Morgans "40 Under 40" podcast series. A fascinating interview on the challenges of funds management, the exceptional success of WAM , work life balance, how to learn from failure and his weekend... Show More

Great Video, any particular stocks you like? Do you see more companies in the space using ASX as a platform or do you think you might see others like Atlassian move offshore?

On Startup investments to avoid on the ASX -

Hey Chris , thanks for the questions - yes they use an tablet currently which is costly but its powerful as it is very good form of marketing at the point of sale. I've watched a number of venues in action and its a "what's that? " style conversation after the user sees the tablet. (I've spent hours watching !) For instance it may cost them $300 to stick a table at a venue. Sounds costly, I agree, but the cost is in effect a marketing budget for the retailer to start promoting users ( as well as a payments platform that will generate revenue - see asx announcement re tablets turning in to eftpos terminals) ... If I spend $300 on a coffee shop that signs up say 200-250 people that is incredibly powerful. 1,000,000 users /4000 vendors . The addressable market is really hard to gauge as reward platforms will most likely be a channel for marketing budgets. I will ask Ruwan for this and come back to you. I believe it's incredibly lucrative ... For instance - they know me and they know my habits so can tailor accordingly. The fact this company has signed up two brand partnerships already is incredibly encouraging.

On Why Rewardle will be a household name... And the share price could soar ..(if you can get any) -

Patrick - very good feedback and one the company should look at. It seems as though users are engaging with the app due to the number of "check-ins" recorded. About 10 "check ins" per user since inception. So to me this is a good sign of engagement. On the Apple Store its' 4+ rating which is very sound - so maybe they should look at improving the Google Play store..

On Why Rewardle will be a household name... And the share price could soar ..(if you can get any) -

We don't have formal coverage, however this space is certainly hot. At 5% free float or so- you would think it's pretty sticky. I suggest users/revenue would be a comparable measure, unsure how this stacks up compared to global peers.

On FLN opened $2.50 - $2.00 above issue price -