Jack Delosa is changing education. He is the Founder and CEO of Australia’s largest education institution for entrepreneurs, The Entourage, which has a community of 300,000 members. Jack’s vision is to improve traditional education by introducing a style of learning that puts the individual first. Under his leadership, The Entourage was awarded the 4th Best Place to Work in Australia by BRW magazine.
Prior to The Entourage, Jack co-founded MBE Education, which assisted small and medium-sized enterprises in raising money from investors. MBE quickly became one of Australia’s fastest growing companies, helping their clients raise hundreds of millions of dollars.
Along the way, Jack also became a high-profile investor in growth companies such as Q-Biotics and eMerchants (ASX:EML), and founded The Entourage Growth Fund, which invests in upstart businesses.
He is one of Australia’s leading entrepreneurs, he hosts Sky Business series ‘Entrepreneurs’ and has been listed in the BRW Young Rich List since 2014.
Jack’s first book, Unprofessional, was highly acclaimed, reaching bestseller status within three weeks of launching. His latest book, Unwritten reached bestseller status in just one week.
Jack’s passion for education inspired him to launch his popular online segment #AskJackD. Through #AskJackD, he takes questions around business and entrepreneurship from his followers and answers them live on air. The podcast version The Jack Delosa Podcast, was listed as iTune number 1 business podcast within 24 hours of launching.
Jack also co-founded The Entourage Beanstalk Factory, an organization that that delivers entrepreneurial training within corporations to change the way they think about creating their future.
Enabling entrepreneurship where it’s needed most, in 2010 Jack contributed to the development of the curriculum for The Branson Centre of Entrepreneurship in Johannesburg, South Africa. More recently, Jack spent a week at Sir Richard Branson’s home and private island, Necker Island.
Jack is regularly called upon by media as a spokesperson for entrepreneurship and education. He is a regular contributor for BRW and has been featured on Today Tonight, Sunrise, The Morning Show, Peter Switzer, Sky Business, as well as Channel 7, 9 and 10 News. He also regularly features in publications such as GQ, Mens Health, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The Daily Telegraph, Australian Financial Review, Boss Magazine and news.com.au.