The Site Shed is a fully dedicated podcast for tradespeople, exploring everything from technology in the workspace, right through to apprenticeships and current affairs.
With regular guest appearances from industry experts, success stories and many various co-hosts, you’ll learn more that you’ll be able to retain!
Smart businesses are always collecting data, however, there is a fine line that needs to be navigated when it comes to using that data. Learn how in this podcast.
Darren McKavanagh serves as a living testimony that you can travel around the world without compromising the growth of your trade business. In this podcast, we listen to a humble kitchen builder on the Northern Beaches of Sydney as he narrates his journey to living the life of his dreams.
David Gatto explains creative marketing and its impact on any business or investment. His expertise in thinking outside of the box helped in standing out to his clients. In this podcast, you will understand why marketing is art and science combined in harmony.
In this podcast, Matt talks with Dave Jenyns about how to systemise trade businesses the right way, incorporating org charts, project management and systems.
In this podcast, Matt, answers a questions that was spurred from a post in The Site Shed’s private Facebook community relating to the ever confusing world of SEO.
At the end of the day, if our customers are not happy, we’re dead in the water. In this podcast, we speak with a lady that has made Customer Service her mission.
If you want to make your business stand out from your competition, getting good at copywriting is a sure way to make that happen. Learn how in this podcast.
Most trade based businesses are tied to location, making it hard to enjoy the luxury of travelling. In this podcast, we speak with a man that has made it possible.
Let’s face it, everyone loves LEGO®! In this podcast, we meet the Brickman. The man that turned his passion for LEGO® into a business.
In this podcast Al Levi, the Seven power Contractor returns to the mic to teach us how to go about retaining the staff we spend so much resource training.