Human Potential
Episode 28

Andrew Campbell - CEO and Founder of GoCatch – The disruptive taxi service, on focus and perseverance

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Andrew Campbell - CEO and Founder and of GoCatch – The disruptive taxi service, on focus and perseverance

In this episode of the Human Potential Podcast our host, Oliver Freer, talks with Andrew Campbell, the CEO and Founder of GoCatch, about Disruptive Innovation, Complex Product Management, the required technological skills to thrive in the future and the importance of developing focus and perseverance.

More About Andrew Campbell

Andrew Campbell is the founder GoCatch, one of Australia’s most disruptive technology Startups. Within 4 years he had built a $20m business and transformed customer experience in the taxi industry, despite fierce competition from Cabcharge and Uber.

Along the way, Andrew raised $13m in corporate and government funding, built a talented, passionate team, negotiated with state transport departments, won numerous business awards including the $50,000 first prize at Tech-23 for the best Startup pitch.

In 2014, with $4.5 million in the bank and 10% month-on-month growth, Andrew exited GoCatch and began mentoring up and coming Startup entrepreneurs.

In less than 2 years since leaving GoCatch, Andrew mentored over fifty tech entrepreneurs who are all disrupting their market segments with new technologies and business models.

Andrew is one of Australia’s leading experts on Startups, disruptive technology and corporate innovation.

 

Andrew’s book recommendations;

The trilogy of uniquely informative books; Sapiens, Homo Deus and 21 Lessons

by Yuval Noah Harari

and

The Greatest Knight: The Remarkable Life of William Marshal, the Power Behind Five English Thrones 

by Thomas Asbridge.

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Human Potential - Andrew Campbell - CEO and Founder of GoCatch – The disruptive taxi service, on focus and perseverance
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