046: Tomcar’s David Brim

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You've heard Samma talk about Tomcar on previous episode's so we decided to bring in David Brim to discuss his startup which manufactures off-road cars for rural Australia. Tomcar is proof that niche car manufacturing can survive in Australia. Signup to our email list to receive the #BBB show notes first every week: beersblokesbusiness.com/signup What you will learn from David Brim Why is a car manufacturer a startup? How is Steve helping Tomcar How Tomcar got started and what a journey it has been How Tomcar use outsourcing What David and Tomcar team have learned from ecommerce industry Why accepting Bitcoin created a big stir in tech world Why you should attend events. Why conversations lead to opportunities. About the maker movement and startups beyond the screen. Links and resources from the episode: Tomcar, order yours now with Bitcoin How to media hack your startup to awareness How to become a Tomcar representative - once in a lifetime opportunity! Am I a startup? Why conversations create opportunity. Tomcar featured on the ABC News. What Farmers should know about Tomcar. Buy a Tomcar right here - yep, you can sell anything on the internet. Tomcar report on Nine news https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aLLh2Qu8rgA The blokes on this podcast were: @seancallanan from Sports Geek @sammartino from Startup Blog, author of The Great Fragmentation @joshrowe from RealAs.com @MrDavidBrim from Tomcar, connect with him on Linkedin The beer enjoyed by the blokes in this podcast from Tru Bru (find them on Facebook) in the Growler bottle. Download episode here but we'd prefer you to subscribe in iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud or this feed if you don't use iTunes. Don't forget you can get these show notes via email subscription. Let us know your thoughts in the comments

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