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The Adventure Start-up Series - episode 2
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The Adventure Start-up Series - episode 2

We catch up on the progress of Run Weekends - a new business founded by record-setting runner, Nick Butter

In episode 1 of ‘The Adventure Start-Up Series’ we heard about the launch of new venture Run Weekends from its founder, record-breaking marathon runner Nick Butter.

In episode 2, we’re a few months into operation and Nick’s still feeling excited and anxious but also has a growing sense of confidence about how it’s going.

There’s lots still to learn but he’s getting some great feedback, cashflow is going OK and he’s thinking about how he can bring more people on board to help.

If you’re thinking of starting an adventure business (or any kind of business really!), or you’re on your own start-up journey, then take a listen. There’s lots to learn (including on funding and financials, as well as marketing and operations) and Nick’s enthusiasm is inspiring!

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About Nick

In addition to being the first and only person to run a marathon in every country in the world over 23 months, Nick went on to run North to South of Italy totting up 100 marathons in 100 days, and then doubled that distance by circumnavigating Britain, running 5250 miles around the coast of UK in 128 days. He’s also an author, speaker and coach. Follow the links below to find out more, and if you know people who’d be interested in this podcast, please share now!

Key links:

https://www.runweekends.com/

https://www.facebook.com/runweekends/

https://www.instagram.com/runweekends

Episode 1:

https://adventurecollective.substack.com/p/the-adventure-start-up-series-episode

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The Business of Adventure
The Business of Adventure Podcast
Discover how to make a living from adventure. In these conversations we talk with people doing what they love and getting paid (well) for it!
While the backdrop may be endurance cycling, rock climbing, kayaking or mountain biking, the challenges we’re talking about are finding customers, building a reputation, and managing finances.