Taking care of business opportunities
mum who ended up homeless.
Under the guidance of Creel and his team, the would-be entrepreneurs have eight weeks to create the makings of a successful startup business.
Unlike many commercial reality shows, here the focus is on personal growth and encouraging the individuals involved to work as a team, polish their ideas and further fulfil their potential.
And while it works to bolster the self esteem of the participants, it does not sugarcoat the harsh realities of marketing and business.
It is also a sobering look at the discrimination many everyday Australians face while job hunting and in the workplace, with the first episode alone showing the personal impact not being able to find work can have on people, especially those who are part of a minority group or marginalised by society.
If you want to catch up, earlier episodes of this program are available on SBS On Demand.
STRENGTH IN DIVERSITY: Creel Price (centre) with the would- be entrepreneurs of The Employables.