What defines a great business? What key questions should founders focus their attention on? How do we most efficiently start to plan our future wealth, today? In episode #1 of interview show\u00a0Beer with an Entrepreneur\u00a0Daniel Kjellsson meet Spaceship CEO and co-founder Paul Bennetts.\r\n\r\nSpaceship\u00a0is the Australian superannuation fund challenger with \u201ctech at its core\u201d \u2013 is taking on the A$2.3 trillion Australian super industry market with a diversified portfolio carrying the likes of Alphabet, Apple, Facebook, Netflix and Tencent.\r\n\r\nCEO Paul Bennetts was previously Investment Director at\u00a0AirTree Ventures, an early and growth stage venture capital firm based in Sydney.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/youtu.be\/mROAO6uiKV0\r\n\r\nDaniel Kjellsson: Paul, how did this whole thing start?\r\nPaul Bennetts: Wow! Big question. I grew up in Queensland and did a Bachelor of Business at QT. I was working at a computer store during my last year in University and during my time there I felt like I really understood the fundamentals of that business, the store. How it all worked together, how to talk to customers and things like that. So when I finished University I thought \u2018stuff it \u2013 why don\u2019t I try to do this for myself?\u2019\r\n\r\nYou started buying parts, building computers, selling them\r\nYeah. I found a little store that used to have a computer store in there. I was able to move in with all the infrastructure in place. I just had to buy some stock and have a go. It was a wonderful thing because there is no better way to really understand the economics of a business than to be out there trying to compete with people in the market; competing with the guy across the road, trying to win a customer off him and understand how you think about inventory, pricing and things like that.\r\n\r\nHow old are you at this time?\r\n20 years old.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nStarting there and fast-forwarding through a career at Goldman Sachs, a role at a $500M family office, AirTree Ventures and ultimately Spaceship \u2013 what have you learned about starting and growing a business?\r\nI think what\u2019s missing from a lot of founders is that you don\u2019t generally think enough about what your small business will look like when it\u2019s a very large business. Generally I see a lot of founders not understanding what a good business looks like at the end of the map. Because that decides what they should be doing now, at a very small scale right?\r\n\r\nRight.\r\nAnd thinking about it from an investor\u2019s point of view \u2013 everyone\u2019s on a journey right? I love photography, for example. One of the things they teach you is that you have to take 1,000 photos before you take a great one. It takes a really long time to just kind of figure it out. Well, every single person you meet is on such a journey. I sit down with people today and I imagine where this person and this idea might be in two years \u2013 and I talk to them like that.\r\n\r\nBeer with an Entrepreneur is proudly supported by\u00a0Hahn SuperDry. Show anchor Daniel Kjellsson is wearing\u00a0Oscar Wylee\u00a0glasses, a t-shirt from\u00a0Citizen Wolf\u00a0and a\u00a0Halda Race Pilot. Beer with an entrepreneur is filmed at\u00a0WeWork Pyrmont, Sydney, Australia.