Richard Harry - Australian Rugby legend, industrial property and technology expert, publican, farmer and family man.
Richard Harry was a key member of the Australian National Rugby Union team, the Wallabies, and won 37 Australian caps over a five-year period. He was an integral part of the Wallabies during a golden era, which included clinching the Bledisloe Cup in 1998 and retaining it for the next three years, Richard enjoyed World Cup glory in 1999, and Tri Nations triumph in 2000.
In this interview with our host Oliver Freer, Richard discusses topics ranging from technology, the future of industrial property, working in business with his team mates, the keys to business success, the differences in doing business in the USA, philosophy and offers sage advice for the next generation.
Previously Richard was the General Manager, Australia, Industrial Development for Goodman and was the Group General Manager Business Development, where he established strategic global partnerships with Amazon, Walmart, Kuehne + Nagel, Kellogg’s, Decathlon, DHL, and DB Schenker.
Richard possesses a Bachelor of Economics, he is an Ambassador for the Black Dog Institute and has been invited as a keynote speaker at events both locally and internationally.
Richard is currently involved in ground breaking real estate technology; delivering cloud-based asset management services. He balances this with running the local pub, actively operating the family farm whilst finding time for his wife and four children. He is a man who takes his destiny in his own hands.