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October 31st, 2012
Episode 109 of 349 episodes
Gordon Ryan owns and runs Riviver, a fancy cocktail bar in an old funeral home, that was part of a former Hurse garage in downtown Gosford - a regional city just out of Sydney, Australia. No, he's no goth ;0) Oh, and he's also a globe-trotting IT trainer for a not-so-small business called Microsoft! Gordon's passion for cocktails and for creating what he refers to as a third place for people to spend time in a welcoming environment has lead him to a business he absolutely loves, and that turned a profit after just five-months of trading. Not an insignificant achievement given the substantial sunken costs involved in starting such a business. Listen in as he explains ho he did it. The post #107 How to turn your passion in to a profitable reality with cocktail entrepreneur Gordon Ryan. appeared first on Small Business Big Marketing.