From scaling some of the highest mountains in the world, to working with Richard Branson on the future of philanthropy, exiting his business for over $100m and captaining Australia in the World Elephant Polo Championships, Creel Price is the high-octane adventurer at the forefront of what he now calls The Entreprenaissance.
Creel had launched eight businesses before he left school and a further two at university. At age 25 he then co-founded Blueprint Management Group with just five thousand dollars from his own pocket which he grew to 1,000 staff and sold a decade later for $109 million.
Since then, Creel has dedicated his time to fostering entrepreneurship on a global scale through his startup generator Investible and founding the Club Kidpreneur Foundation, a not-for-profit social enterprise developing entrepreneurial skills in primary-aged children. Since 2011 Creel has trained South African entrepreneurs at the Branson Centre of Entrepreneurship using his Decisionship methodology and was Founding Director of Global Ethics Australia, which has funded over $5 million worth of Play Pumps in Africa from sales of One Water worldwide. He is author of best selling business book The One Thing to Win at the Game of Business and is an in-demand keynote speaker globally.
Creel’s work has stretched from the Papua New Guinea highlands to the Melbourne prison system to tomato farming cooperatives in Zimbabwe and the UN’s Global Accelerator in New York. It is his dedication to using the power of business for good that lead Sir Richard Branson to describe Creel as “the living, breathing definition of an entrepreneur” in his book Screw Business as Usual.