Metarand Unplugged: Martin Hosking, Chairman of RedBubble, Talks About Growing a Global Business

In this session of Metarand Unplugged we talk with Martin Hosking, the Executive Chairman of RedBubble.

This rapidly growing online market place for artists and art lovers was recently featured as one of the Metarand 2008 Top 3 Australian Social Media Startups.

Martin gives us the scoop on RedBubble’s latest capital raising and talks about how the RedBubble team has built a global presence from Melbourne, Australia.

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4 thoughts on “Metarand Unplugged: Martin Hosking, Chairman of RedBubble, Talks About Growing a Global Business

  1. Can you offer these for download by default in future, please?
    I’m on limited bandwidth at work and I had to tweak your page with Firebug to get the file in a format where I could control the download.

  2. DO NOT sell art on ebay. The only ones who can appreciate the time and erfoft put into artwork are the artists and collectors themselves. Ebay is the worst way to promote artwork. People don’t know who you are and they frankly don’t care how long it took to make your work and Why because they have no idea what it’s all about. They want stuff cheap! Because most people today wouldn’t consider paying big dollar for a drawing or a painting they hang on their wall. Just like every business. Whatever you do for work It has to take aim at a certain clientele. The ones that actually know what it’s worth.

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