The Smallest Multinational in the World
Australian Entrepreneur Sebastien Eckersley-Maslin has an interesting business idea – This man is on a mission to create the biggest small business in the world, the world’s smallest multinational.
On the 1st October Sebastien will set out on a 12-day whistle-stop world tour, taking in London, Paris, New York, Tokyo and San Francisco in an attempt to make Sebastien International the smallest multinational in the world.
If Sebastien’s business success in securing overseas clients is fruitful then he intends to submit footage of his work to the Guinness Book of World Records.
Sebastien will be in London on the 4th October meeting with the Institute of Directors (IoD) and prospective clients and will be hosting drinks for his Australian friends at, of all places, the Walkabout Aussie bar in Covent Garden. Track him down whilst he’s there and, for a handshake, you’ll get an invitation to have a free Virtual Office Package before he jets off to the US for the next leg of his challenge.
“In today’s business world, you don’t have to be big to be big and I aim to prove it. This is a great example of an Aussie business punching above its weight on the global stage” Eckersley-Maslin said.
Sebastien’s bid is supported by Australian global serviced and virtual office provider Servcorp, whose combination of superior business, IT and communications infrastructure and world class corporate offices allow entrepreneurs to build their businesses anywhere – and everywhere – in the world.
To keep tabs on the Australian Entrepreneur on his record-breaking attempt, visit www.smallestmultinational.com for updates.
You can also follow Sebastien on
- Twitter: twitter.com/sebeckmas
- Facebook: http://bit.ly/sebastien-international
- YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/SebastienINTL
- 4Square: http://foursquare.com/user/-3451696
- LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/companies/sebastien-international