We make stuff to help, you, a new generation of young entrepreneurs, work and live on your own terms.
Courier is about more than just starting a new business. It’s about providing a set of tools to help you learn new skills, make your own luck and be in charge of your own happiness.
What does living and working on your own terms even mean?
Work as we know it is changing. For the first time in modern history you can have four side hustles, set your own schedule and actually have a life. Gone are the days when we’re held accountable to a nine-to-five office job. Be your own boss. Live your own life. And think of Courier as the compass in your pocket to help get you there.
Who are we?
We've been telling insightful and inspiring stories of modern business since 2013. We're the mentor you always wanted by your side – someone to show you the ropes, someone to real-talk with, someone who will let you sit at their table and ask every weird, burning question you have. In 2020, Courier joined the Mailchimp family and together we're hard at work creating more ways to help power you to even greater heights.
So, what do we make?
Our bi-monthly magazine features stories of small business from around the world, a tapestry of rule-breakers, go-getters and savvy entrepreneurs. Buy a copy here
The Courier Weekly podcast: tune in for all the stories – some failures, mostly triumphs – of the creators, makers and dreamers who are living and working on their own terms.
The Courier Workshop podcast: a bi-weekly deep dive into one essential business concept, with founders and experts offering their tips, tricks and practical advice.
Courier Weekly, our flagship newsletter that provides useful stories, tips, tricks and simply good advice on how to get stuff done.
The Courier Workshop newsletter, a bi-weekly email explaining the relevance of one essential business concept to growing your business – featuring key terms, perspectives and useful tools.
Our events are on hold for the moment, but stay tuned as we look to getting together face to face once more, when lockdowns around the world ease.