Business in the Bush

Business In The Bush is a Podcast for creators & makers living in regional Australia who want to learn from the experiences of others and be inspired by their stories. There will also be guest experts sharing their skills and knowledge to help you grow your business so you get to do more of what you love.

Business In The Bush is hosted by Paul Webster who has run his own photography studio in country Australia for over 20 years and website and marketing business for 7. He has always had a passion for personal development and the psychology behind good business marketing.
What makes his approach different is the way he recognizes that we are all different and that a 'one size fits all' approach to social media marketing leaves many creative people feeling helpless and confused.

If you'd like to talk to Paul he can always be found through his website

The Business In The Bush Podcast can be found on Stitcher, IHeart Radio, Google Podcasts and other great Podcast directories.

Paul is founder and host of the Business In The Bush Podcast. For many years He owned a commercial and portrait photographic business whose clients ranged from International mining companies to the local butcher and hairdresser. About 8 years ago he became heavily involved in coaching small business owners in digital marketing.

His mission here is to help small business owners expand their vision and value. Building vibrant businesses that support themselves and their community. His gifts are listening, understanding, teaching and encouraging people. His skills are life coaching, small business management, and marketing. His favourite saying is, "Growth over time brings success".

You can reach out to Paul by visiting his website HERE

'In the spirit of reconciliation Paul Webster and the 'Business In The Bush' acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.'