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Bouris AM

Executive chairman, yellow brick road.

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Having built his reputation as a finance specialist in the top echelon of corporate life, Mark Bouris has always been willing to share his boardroom of knowledge with rank-and-file Australians.

Mark Bouris has established a successful career from building disruptive businesses to challenging the market and provide smarter solutions for consumers. He is currently the Executive Chairman of the publicly-listed Yellow Brick Road Group.

Current work

As host of The Mentor podcast on Southern Cross Austereo’s Podcast One, which has already attracted more than two million downloads, he’s in a unique position to share his financial expertise with a growing number of Australians keen to bottle his advice.

Appointed a Member of the Order of Australia in 2015 for his significant service to the finance industry, particularly the home loan mortgage sector, to education, and to charitable organizations, Mark Bouris currently sits on the Western Sydney University Foundation Council and is an Adjunct Professor for Banking and Finance and Business Law and Tax at UNSW Australia Business School. He is also an alumnus of UNSW Australian Business School and works with the university to mentor tomorrow’s business leaders.

Away from television cameras and boardrooms, he’s an ardent rugby league follower and sits on the board of 2018 NRL premiers, the Sydney Roosters.

Previous experience

His sharp financial analysis has been followed, and in many cases adopted, in recent years through his previous forays on national television as host of The Apprentice and The Celebrity Apprentice on the Nine Network and The Mentor on the Seven Network.
His 2019 three-city speaking tour brought together more than 9,000 small business owners and entrepreneurs keen to savor his advice.

Talking Points

The Global Business Outlook - What is in Store for U

Leadership Through Change - the Evolution of the Successful Business

Building the Innovative Customer Driven Business - the Critical Need for People Development

Strategies for Success in Tough, Competitive Market

The Keys to Great Leadership - Leading Your People to Success

Accepting the Challenge - The Mark Bouris Story

Mark delivered a very inspirational keynote speech with a very topical insight into the current economic state of Australia and the RBA's effects on all Australians. Our guests were very impressed and full of motivation, so much so that when Mark concluded his speech they carried on their own discussions at their tables for the rest of the evening. They all took something away with them that night. Thanks Mark for your appearance and well thought out words of truth and inspiration. Star City

Mark was very well received. Comments included: 'Good information on 'global outlook' and disruptive model.' 'Very entertaining and great to hear from such a well-respected leader.' 'This presentation blew me away. Would love the opportunity to hear Mark speak again.' 'Wow, what an inspiration speech!' and 'I really enjoyed Mark's presentation and admire his enthusiasm, honesty and faith in his staff.'

Taleo Corporation

Beyond expectations. Overwhelmed. Outstanding, a pleasure to deal with, a very humble man and very personable with guests, Mark Bouris made the day. My client was over the moon.

Canon Australia

Mark Bouris was everything I had hoped for not only in person but in what he delivered in his keynote speech as well. To quote one of our members, Mark was the best speaker he had seen in his eight years of membership. The relevance to our entrepreneurial community coming form an extremely successful Australian entrepreneur was superb.

Entrepreneurs' Organization

Mark was supposed to speak for an hour including questions but he stayed on for more than 1.5 hours and had the small audience mesmerised and by the end totally energised by his style or presentation and his candid comments about his business history and risks he took. His style was as if he was chatting to a group of good friends - I would highly recommend him to anyone as a speaker.

NSW Forest Products Association
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