Andrew Morello

Winner of the first Australian ‘The Apprentice’, Venture-Capitalist, Property Guru & Head of Business Development, The Entourage

Andrew Morello is an awarded entrepreneur, investor, author, and the winner of the first Australian Apprentice. 

Prior to becoming Head of Business Development at The Entourage, Australia’s largest training institution for entrepreneurs and business owners, Morello spent 10 years alongside Mark Bouris AM building out the Yellow Brick Road Wealth Management branch network nationally.

He has personally built an impressive property portfolio, and also led numerous community projects across Australia and internationally, including as a Founding Board Member of Project Gen Z, a social enterprise which runs entrepreneur and development programs for disadvantaged children. In recent years, Morello has summited Mount Kinabalu in Borneo and completed the Kokoda Trail to raise money for Seed Foundation, which supports indigenous health programs in remote communities.

Morello is an active member of Australia’s entrepreneurial and real estate communities, an engaging and charismatic speaker, and passionate about sharing his successes with other entrepreneurs, business owners and investors to help them reach their full potential and not waste their precious life.

Takes part in

  • PropTech NEXT SummitView Full Event
  • 09:10 - 09:40

    Opening Address - How to build and scale a leading start-up – the secrets of success explained

    By Andrew Morello Winner of the first Australian ‘The Apprentice’, Venture-Capitalist, Property Guru & Head of Business Development, The Entourage

    In this session we hear from Andrew Morello, the Winner of the first Australian ‘The Apprentice’ on what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur. Andrew is an experienced venture capitalist and avid property investor and in his role with ‘The Entourage’ he works with start-ups to help them scale. A day ahead of his masterclass on the same topic, Andrew will lift the lid on the secrets to success, the most common mistakes start-ups make and  lessons for to those looking to be the next Australian Unicorn.

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