A few months ago I had the opportunity to chat with Tony Smith, CEO of new online accommodation booking startup, Roamfree. I was asked to keep the interview on hold until the site launched, which was yesterday. Tony is a former Sydney Swans ruckman who started marketing Schoolies holidays when he was in his early 20a, then created management rights business BreakFree, which listed on the stock exchange and later was sold to MFS. We talk about the new business, his business history, and entrepreneurship.
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