Unlikely Investors podcast likely to help young Aussies

Pedestrian Group and Sharesies are pleased to announce Unlikely Investors, an eight-episode podcast series arming young Aussies with the tools to take control of their financial future by sharing knowledge and stories from voices they relate to.

Produced by Pedestrian Studio and hosted by the hilarious duo behind the fast-growing hit podcast Funny Business, Robbie Hicks and Lachlan Bradford, the Unlikely Investors series features a revolving door of guests who might not immediately spring to mind as “investing” gurus, but have taken control of their wealth-building journey – and learned more than a few things along the way.

Sharesies co-founder and co-director Brooke Roberts added: “So many people want to get into the investing space but don’t know how to take that first step – whether they feel priced out, jargoned out, or generally excluded.”

“We are thrilled to be working with Pedestrian Group and the Funny Business guys to offer an educational, open, and fun podcast series where Aussies can hear from other ‘unlikely investors’ like themselves and feel supported as they kickstart their financial wellbeing journeys as well.”

In episode one, Sharesies co-founder Brooke Roberts sits down with Hicks and Bradford to discuss how Sharesies was born, what it’s like working with her partner and co-founder, Leighton Roberts, and how the Sharesies app has evolved over time. Future episodes will feature guests including rapper B Wise, social media entrepreneur Flex Mami, NFT artist Bianca Beers, and heaps more.

Of the podcast’s launch, Hicks and Bradford said: “We’re stoked to be doing this series in partnership Pedestrian Group and Sharesies.”

“Every single guest has got a totally different story, which has inspired us, and we hope inspires a ton of other people who are keen to kickstart their investing journeys.”

The Unlikely Investors podcast series launches is now live, with new episodes dropping weekly.

Available via the Funny Business channels on both Spotify and Apple Music.

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