Simone Eyles isn’t busy, she is getting #shitdone.
As an entrepreneur, thought-leader, and mentor, Simone is disrupting the notion that big business is only for the big smoke.
Simone is inspiring people to chase their business dreams and not to leave the rural and regional communities they love. She proves you can find success in your home town thanks to the power of technology.
Simone co-founded 365cups in 2011. What started as an idea between two mates "wouldn't it be cool to order a coffee on your phone" has led to phenomenal success.
Forever the advocate, Simone serves on several boards and panels including The Reserve Bank Australia Business Advisory Panel and served as the Board Director for Country Hope.
She even has her own personal Richard Branson anecdote. Are you even a bona fide woman in business without one? Jokes, Simone knows you are and is cheering for you the entire way.
Simone loves sharing her knowledge through speaking opportunities across the nation. She has spoken at the Kimberly Economic Forum and Lets Get Digital regional workshops.
What makes Simone even more remarkable is the resilience of her character. Her son Joshua was born with a rare kidney disease and underwent successful transplant surgery in 2012. To find out more about the disease and life with the condition, Simone devoted two years to write Kidney Kidnections.
Her resilience was tested once again in 2018, when her daughter Jett Joan Autumn Eyles was born at 25 weeks premature. Simone stayed strong and happy to report Jett is doing well.
Now living in Merimbula, don’t tell anyone this country-loving girl was actually born in Sydney. She continues to grow her business, serving a global market, and never worries about leaving the house by 7am to get two trains to work.