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About Me

Jonathan Sharp

Business Advisor
Ripple Marketing
https://www.ripplemarketing.com.au/
Brookvale, New South Wales
0403 877157
Owner and Managing Director of Ripple Marketing Australia. Ripple Marketing is a unique multi-location agency without the jargon, nasty surprises and hidden costs.

Franchises now available in multiple areas.

Local businesses can take advantage of hourly, daily or project rates or make use of a $100k marketing resource only when they need it. Some businesses use me only for a block of time, some on a regularly scheduled basis.

Specialist in: Online (Effective websites, striking social media pages, online ad campaigns etc), Graphic Design (Logos, flyers, adverts etc), Presentation training, Strategic planning and much more.

My Activity

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Q: I am in the planning stage of a large national charity event with a launch date of October and the actual event March next year. One of the prizes for a club to participate i am looking at is leasing a mini bus for the winning club for 12 months. Advice?
A: I guess that’s the questions I am after. Basically the sponsorship for the event will pay for the mini bus so essentially my company would pay the monthly lease. It’s more about the short term - 1 year. From tax and risk point of view I am weighing up short term lease vs rental. Hoping someone has an ingenious idea!
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Q: I am in the planning stage of a large national charity event with a launch date of October and the actual event March next year. One of the prizes for a club to participate i am looking at is leasing a mini bus for the winning club for 12 months. Advice?
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TEDx Live at Ripple Marketing Brookvale
Welcome to our 4th year of Ripple Marketing hosting a live (satellite) event streaming the talks live from TEDx Sydney
It is a great opportunity for networking, however, there are limited numbers.&am ...
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Why we are different - Ripple Marketing

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Q: I am a franchisor. New franchisees need to pay between $20k and $35k to join the group. What's the best way to arrange to finance this fee as a new franchisee?
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Q: I am self employed and while my income has been good in the last few months, things were a bit tight before. I am keen to grow the business but have no security available. What options do I have to obtain a loan?