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Entrepreneur Profile: Trent Brown – Ezypay

Trent Brown is an awarded man, with a distinguished career spanning the manufacturing, marketing and BPO industries.

Trent Brown - EzyPayThe now CEO of Ezypay has led some of the fastest growing businesses in Australia to recognition and commercial success, with some of his previous businesses being recognised in the My Business small and medium business awards, the BRW Fast 100 and the Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Technoly Fast 50.

Guiding Ezypay, Brown makes innovation and sustainable business growth a priority, using his experience in Business Process Outsourcing to build an efficient, effective and unbeatable system for payment collection services for fitness clubs and other small businesses.

Ezypay was launched in 1996 as a simple means of maintaining cash flow for George Holman’s fitness club. With a successful first year in his own club, Holman opened up Ezypay as an option for other fitness clubs and small business owners. Under the guidance of Trent Brown, the company has now grown to be recognised as the premier outsourcing option for direct debit and credit card management systems in the fitness industry, achieving first place in the Business Review Weekly Fast 100 awards in 2001.

For small and medium businesses, Ezypay provides an efficient and hassle-free means of collecting recurring payments. Brown’s unique approach to leadership and team-building has given Ezypay a record in staff retention and job satisfaction any CEO could be proud of. His innovative business strategies continue to deliver financial solutions for a growing base of fitness industry clients and other small business owners.

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Jennifer Blake

Jennifer Blake

Jennifer Blake is a staff writer for <i>Dynamic Business</i> magazine. Fascinated with the power of media, she's previously worked for Sky News and <i>The Jakarta Globe</i>. In her time off, she's likely cooking up a storm, haunting vintage stores on King St, Newtown or trawling design blogs for things she can't afford.

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