In this episode of the Open for Business podcast we talk to Harry Sanders from Studio Hawk! Harry is eighteen, just finished his school years already runs his own web design company located in Docklands, Melbourne that offers affordable web solutions including Responsive design, eCommerce, Dynamic websites and social media websites!
The web is ever-changing and there are new web design techniques being developed daily. Harry and his team make it their mission to stay up-to-date on the newest web development practices at all times. As Harry puts in his bio: We do this because web design is more than just a business to us; it is our passion.
Let’s find out just how Harry founded his own business before he even left school!
It’s time to become Open for Business!
TOP TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODE:
1. Your never too young to start a business! Harry is living proof! Good on ya mate!
2. You don’t need loads of money to start your own business! Just a passion to succeed!
3. Get to know your customers and provide as much value as possible! Value attracts trust!
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