The 2nd Largest Radio Advertisers In The Country | National Tiles | Nick Walker with Brett Campbell

With over 400 employees, 40 stores and a rapidly growing eCommerce department, National Tiles sells over 4.5 million metres of tiles annually. That’s enough to pave the highway from Melbourne to Perth and back!

Subscribe

Apple Android | Spotify | Soundcloud

About Nick Walker and National Tiles

Nick is the CEO of National Tiles – a family business that was started by his father Frank in 1979. National Tiles are the leaders in the marketplace as the preferred provider of tiles to hundreds of thousands of Australians and many of Australia’s leading home builders including Porter Davis and Metricon.

About The Episode

In this episode, Nick and Brett discuss:

  • How Nick’s father, Frank, started the business and went in direct competition with his family tile business at the time.
  • How they quickly became the 2nd highest spender on radio advertising nationally, closely behind Harvey Norman.
  • Their approach to taking their brick and mortar business and selling tiles online, and all the problems that come with that.
  • New technology they are introducing to create bespoke custom customer journeys.
  • How MEGA SALES such as Black Friday and Cyber Monday affect your customers.

    and so much more…

Share:

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on google
Google+
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Share on email
Email

What's New

From 3 to 100 Locations | Zambrero CEO | Stuart Cook with Brett Campbell

Stuart Cook is the former CEO of Zambrero, serving from 2009-2015. He helped establish the brand as one of the biggest household names in Mexican cuisine. A highly accomplished leader in business, he shares his story with ClaxonCast host, Brett Campbell. Subscribe Apple | Android | Spotify | Soundcloud About Stuart Cook

Why You Can’t Automate Creativity

Automating the creative process in your business is the fastest way to get to 2nd place in your industry. Love Canva? Congrats! You’re halfway there. The Creative Benefits of AI As organisations grow, the perceived need for efficiency and automation grows. This comes from a top-down focus on cost minimisation.