Sabri Suby, who wrote the international best-selling book Sell Like Crazy and is known as an expert in digital marketing, will be a new investor on the next season of Shark Tank Australia on Network Ten. Alongside his fellow Sharks Robert Herjavec, Jane Lu, David Fogarty, and Catriona Wallace, Suby will be on the lookout for promising Australian entrepreneurs to invest in.
Suby’s background is a true testament to his entrepreneurial spirit. He started his career at a health-food store while still in school to support his single mother. He then founded King Kong, his digital marketing agency, from his apartment bedroom in Byron Bay. Today, King Kong boasts over 200,000 customers in 136 different countries and has generated over $7.8 billion in sales.
Shark Tank: A Platform for Positive Change
Suby sees Shark Tank as an incredible opportunity to help entrepreneurs achieve their dreams and make a positive impact in the world. He believes that business can be a powerful vehicle for driving change and that the show provides an excellent platform for doing just that.
For Suby, it’s all about the entrepreneur, not just the business idea. He believes that the key to success is the dedication and drive of the business leader and their ability to generate revenue. He’ll be looking for entrepreneurs who are willing to work hard, make sacrifices, and who have a laser-focused mindset when it comes to building their businesses.
Applying for Shark Tank Australia
Entrepreneurs who want to pitch their business ideas on Shark Tank Australia can apply online at https://go.mycastingnet.com/Apply/Show/SharkTankAustralia.
Suby’s advice to applicants is to embrace failure and use it as a learning opportunity. He believes that every successful entrepreneur has experienced failures and has learned from them.
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Sabri Suby’s addition to Shark Tank Australia promises to bring a fresh perspective and a no-BS approach to investing. His success in the digital marketing industry and his entrepreneurial journey make him a worthy addition to the show. Aspiring entrepreneurs who want to take their businesses to the next level should take advantage of this unique opportunity to pitch their ideas to Suby and the other Sharks.
About Sabri Suby
Sabri Suby is the founder and head of growth at King Kong. He started the company with a $50 investment from his bedroom in Byron Bay, Australia, eight years ago. Prior to its global expansion, King Kong was valued at approximately $50 million in 2021, and it is now worth an estimated $72 million AUD. The digital marketing agency, which uses true ROI as a measure of success, has grown into an 80-strong global empire since its launch in 2014.
Operating out of offices in Melbourne, Sabri Suby has established a niche and reputation for ensuring results or not getting paid. He strongly believes that metrics such as impressions, clicks, likes, shares, and follows are meaningless unless they translate into sales. Sabri has shared this message widely across Australia’s leading media outlets and is a regular contributor to mainstream, consumer, industry, and tech publications such as the AFR, The Today Show, and Mumbrella.
Sabri has amassed a social media following of 1.5 million people and has been recognised as the ‘King of Consulting’ by Founder Magazine. He has also been branded as ‘one of the best marketers in the world’ by globally recognised entrepreneur Mike Dillard. King Kong is the fastest-growing digital marketing agency in Australia, according to the AFR and Deloitte, and the 17th fastest-growing company in the country across all industries.
About King Kong
King Kong, Sabri Suby’s digital ad empire based in Melbourne, expanded globally in May 2021 and has worked with prominent brands. It boasts over 200,000 customers in 136 countries, spanning 1067 industries, and has generated more than $7.8 billion in sales. The company has also provided training to more than 250,000 people through its seminars, content, and training sessions.