Matt Malouf is a passionate business coach, speaker, author and entrepreneur on a mission to help entrepreneurs around the world break the shackles of mediocrity and reach new levels of personal and business success.
Matt launched his career as an Ernst & Young accountant after graduating from Sydney University in Accounting & Finance. He has since enjoyed a varied career working with start-up ventures, right through to some of Australia’s largest companies including Rio Tinto, AMP and Aon Hewitt. This experience enables Matt to teach entrepreneurs how to apply big business principles in a small business environment to fast track growth.
Having started, grown and sold a number of businesses himself in a variety of industries, Matt’s hands-on experience allows him to consult on every stage of the business lifecycle, from conception through to exit strategy.
Matt’s business coaching methodology is simple. First, you need a strong understanding of where you are now, including all the variables that are restricting and supporting your business growth.
Using a winning combination of traditional and contemporary business education, Matt helps clients uncover what their business needs to shift from ordinary to extraordinary by becoming the facilitator of change.
As a husband and father of three young children (10, 7 & 3), Matt understands the how to balance the demands of running a successful business with a healthy, happy family life.
“One of the most rewarding things about being a business coach is to see the look in people’s eyes when they achieve their goals and dreams. When I take someone from struggling to being wealthy, both personally and financially, it gives me an incredible buzz… Helping people is number one.”
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At the age of 23 he bought his first business, a small catering franchise, and doubled its turnover in the first year.
A few years later he and his family took control of the entire franchise group. Craig oversaw the rebranding and introduced new marketing and operations systems which resulted in rapid growth, over 70 franchises, and being listed in BRW’s Top 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies for 3 consecutive years.
After a stint in radio where he ran the sales operations for 2 stations, Craig purchased a Newcastle advertising agency which he soon rebranded as Sticky and grew to become recognised as one of Australia’s most respected digital agencies.
Since 2005 Craig has worked with dozens of companies helping them grow through better advertising and marketing.
Craig has contributed to 3 international marketing books, writes a monthly marketing and business growth column for the Newcastle Herald and is regularly called upon for marketing and business commentary by the media.
He’s even directed a music video for a legendary Australian performer!
As a husband and father of two teenage boys and keen sportsman and traveler, Craig understands the how to balance the demands of running a successful business with a healthy, happy family life.
“Nothing is more important to me than seeing my family thriving. I’ve designed my business to help create the lifestyle and freedom we can all enjoy.”