Shane Radbone knows what it means to go after the things you want. At an early age, he already enjoyed a spectacular career with Football, having played for Essendon during his peak years. Deciding to try out the corporate world as well, he built a company out of an idea. The Executive Fitness Management started out with only one client and as a single operation. Riding on hard work and determination to succeed, he was able to grow the company to 25 franchises around the country with more than 3,500 clients.
He was soon tapped to be the CEO of Wendy’s Supa Sundaes. Being the strategic businessman that he is, Shane Radbone sold the share to EFM and took the offer so that he could still gain profit even while he was working on something else. As CEO of Wendy’s Supa Sundaes, the company reached consecutive years of record profit and received several awards for innovation. Shane Radbone Allied Brands CEO, was a principle believer in customer service and made sure that each customer of Supa Sundaes was dealt with individually. After five years with the company, he decided to try out something else.
Shane Radbone bought shares to an online salary packaging company which he sold the interest of eighteen months later. In addition to his business ventures and acting as CEO for several big companies and franchises, Shane found time to be active in sports. He ran the New York Marathon three times and completed the Berlin and London Marathons as well. He is very active in community service, finding time to give back as the chairman of the Burns Trust Australia.
Currently, Shane Radbone finds time to speak to large groups of audiences and companies about his experiences in life, his business and his sports career. He dispenses valuable advice on how to succeed in life via his belief system that includes culture, authentic leadership and customer service. He is also a firm believer of the power of the mind and he will share tips on how to achieve success by believing you can. He is a prime example of being able to excel in more areas than one if you put your mind to it.