40 Under 40 Series Podcast: Chris Lynn, PlayBook Co-Founder
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- 20 December 2017, 3:56 PM
In the latest 40 Under 40 series, I chat with Chris Lynn, Co-Founder of PlayBook. PlayBook is a platform connecting those that are dedicated to sport, health and fitness with skilled coaches. Chris talks about his passion of providing young athletes with the opportunity to access specialised coaching when they may not have ordinarily done so:
"With everything being online these days, it's so accessible to kids who don't get the opportunity to have specialised one-on-one coaching and small group coaching by professional athletes. I was fortunate to have that specialised coaching from a young age right through and I think that's definitely made a difference in my journey... We just want to see the potential of all kids and keep them outside".
Chris talks about his pathway as a professional cricketer, PlayBook's potential and offers some words of advice to entrepreneurs. Listen to the podcast below:
The Morgans 40 under 40 Series is a new initiative to profile and share the knowledge and insights of Australia's next generation of business leaders. The 40 episode series interviews leaders, executive management and entrepreneurs under the age of 40. Click on the 'Podcast' tag in the menu to the right to listen to the most recent interviews.
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