The Insider: Meet the CEOs Webcast Replay

We were joined by the CEOs of exciting ASX-listed businesses, who gave valuable insight to their industries and companies future prospects.

  • (ASX: CCR) Credit Clear Limited – David Hentschke, CEO
  • (ASX: Z2U) Zoom2u Technologies Limited – Steve Orenstein, Founder & CEO
  • (ASX: 8CO) 8Common Limited – Andrew Bond, CEO

Recorded on 19th January 2022 at 12pm (AEDT).

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David Hentschke

CEO - Credit Clear Limited (ASX: CCR)

Credit Clear owns a communications platform that helps businesses drive smarter, faster and more innovative financial outcomes by changing the way they manage their repayments. The company provides services to some of Australia’s largest companies, including TPG Telecom, AGL, Suncorp, Water Corporation and more. Some of Australia’s leading fund managers have invested in Credit Clear – from Alex Waislitz’s Thorney Investment Group, to Ellerston Capital. The company is experiencing record-setting growth for itself in Q1FY22 with a 22% increase in quarterly revenue to the previous corresponding period and 58 new clients signed.

Steve Orenstein

Founder & CEO - Zoom2u Technologies Limited (ASX: Z2U)

Zoom2u is an Australian-owned delivery platform that connects customers with local independent couriers for fast and transparent same-day delivery. The company’s scalable courier tech platform delivers advanced real-time delivery tracking solutions for customers and clients such as DHL, Telstra, Bing Lee, Amart, Nespresso and 99 Bikes. The ~$63 million company listed in September 2021 opening at $0.35 per share, peaking at $0.45 and closing at $0.43 on its first day of trading. Zoom2u is aiming to capitalise on the increasingly competitive e-commerce delivery market with a strong pipeline of new deals and clients.

Andrew Bond

CEO - 8Common Limited (ASX: 8CO)

8common delivers enterprise-grade financial solutions for government entities, large enterprise businesses and not-for-profits. The company’s clients comprise more than 163,000 platform users, including enterprise customers Woolworths, Broadcast Australia, Amcor and over 158 state and federal government entities. In July 2021, 8common secured a Federal Government tender that added ~110,000 users at ~$60 per user and ~$7 million in implementation revenue. The company is targeting organic growth and operates with a rigorous acquisition criteria to build a strong portfolio of technology ventures capable of having start-up agility and software-as-a-service delivery.

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