Nathan specialises in designing, developing and delivering scalable entrepreneurship education initiatives.
An established serial entrepreneur with a record of launching, growing and selling businesses in the digital economy, he got started in business at the age of 16 and never looked back. He chose to learn through trial, error and self-education instead of formal education pathways.
Nathan has been regularly featured in the Sydney Morning Herald, StartupSmart, DynamicBusiness, Under30CEO, StartupDaily, AustraliaUnlimited and on radio and TV for his different companies and entrepreneurial adventures. An experienced and confident speaker, he has twice delivered TEDx talks on the power of entrepreneurial thinking and his story from the streets to the boardroom.
In 2014 Nathan Murphy was featured in the Future Chasers as a young Australian entrepreneur role model and in 2015 he worked with the Foundation for Young Australians as Change-maker in Residence. Midway through 2015 Nathan was the youngest person to be accepted into the 2015 Angelcube Accelerator Program, raising $40,000 to start and grow his next startup. In early 2016 Nathan was invited to become the Entrepreneur in Residence for Australia’s leading community co-working space, Inspire9.
Residing in Melbourne, he currently works on growing JobHack.org into a scalable model to help tackle youth unemployment globally. He serves as President of G20 YEA Australia and consults with the Foundation for Young Australians on entrepreneurship education initiatives. He enjoys reading, travelling, triathlons and mentoring people who are starting their first business.