We were honoured to be interviewed by Jo Casamento from News Ltd. for an amazing story about the Beard Season movement. What we've achieved so far and where we'd like to grow.
Believe it or not Beard Season founder Jimmy Niggles is invited back onto the Sunrise Weather cross - this time as an ambassador for the Reigning Men exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum.
We caught up with one of the finest names in the hair game the The Journal Mag for a great chat about Beard Season, Branson, boating and our amazing Million Dollar Beard Oil from the lords of grooming Captain Fawcett.
A rebel of the insurance industry, Huddle are shaking up the way people insure stuff. So instead of giving away profits to share holders - it gives them to charities, like BEARD SEASON!!
A superb interview by Jemillah from the Margaret River Mail which took place during our drive down from Perth for one of Australia's finest creative conferences, the Emergence festival.
An iconic ABC radio personality, regularly enjoyed by the likes of Dick Smith, randomly ran into Beard Season founder Jimmy Niggles at the traffic lights. A few hours later they were chatting in Bronte Park. A great interview we are humbled to share with you now.
A bloke from WA by the name of Kerby Brown spends a lot of time in the water.
Because of this, he's one of the millions of surfers who are at greater risk of skin cancer & melanoma.
A risk Kerby dominates like a lord - making sure he has a skincheck every winter and growing his beard to remind all those around him to do the same.
It was a real honour to share the stage with the likes of World Champion surfer Mick Fanning and Bionic Fusion surgeon Dr Munjed Al Muderis. Some seriously inspiring mentors really helped step things up for Beard Season resulting in a lot of new ambassadors and setting amazing new standards for the future.
"Meet the man who wants to beat skin cancer one beard at a time"
Part of a series of interviews with Brendan McLean about people who go beyond their borders, challenge the status quo to say ‘why not?’ instead of ‘it can’t be done’ — and as a result have made the world a more interesting place for the rest of us.