How This $550M Per Year Home Builder Is Changing The Game | Porter Davis Homes | Anthony Roberts with Brett Campbell

Anthony Roberts is the Founder of Porter Davis Homes, one of Australia’s Top 5 home builders and top 100 highest grossing Australian companies in 2018, with over $550M revenue.

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About Anthony Roberts

As the Founder of Porter Davis Homes, Anthony is motivated by building great businesses, with great teams of people who all have the shared vision to dream bigger.

Anthony’s passion for building simply stems from the notion of the family home – the hub of all life’s dreams and memories. Before business, he is a family man and he carries these values strongly into business strategy and delivery models.

About the show

In this episode, Anthony and Brett discuss:

  • How did Porter Davis homes get started? – 0:41
  • Anthony’s biggest obstacles when scaling the business – 3:00
  • How Porter Davis Homes separate themselves from their competition – 6:43
  • The World of Style and how it’s allowed them to scale – 18 :55
  • How being customer centric is their highest priority and the effects from that – 23:00
  • When’s the right time to implement a charitable division to their business and start giving back – 36:00
  • As the founder of the business, what Anthony does to look after himself – 39:50

And so much more… Listen now!

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