Nick Marvin Nick Marvin is a consultant and non-executive director specialising in turn-around management across public, private and non-profit organisations in Australia and the USA.

Sectors include: Medical and Information Technology; Environmental Consulting and Engineering; Telecommunications; Vocational Education; Indigenous and Sport.

Over the last 12 years he has worked closely with two of Western Australia’s most successful entrepreneurs – Jack Bendat and Andrew Forrest – establishing a proven track record of performance.

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Effort Book


Listed in the 100 Most Influential West Australians.

1991 – Won Rolling Stone Magazine’s national writing award.

Studied Business and Computing at Monash University and has an MBA from RMIT University.

Nick has been married to Leigh for 21 years; they have six children who are home-schooled. They attend daily mass at Victoria Park Catholic Church.


→ Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management (FAIM)
→ Member of the Australian Institute of Management Consultants
→ Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors
→ Member of the Turnaround Management Association.


Effort Book


In 2015, Nick Marvin published his first children’s book – EFFORT
The illustrated story is about a young basketball player who overcomes a perceived lack of talent and athletic ability and becomes an unlikely hero through sheer effort and hard work.
More information or buy a copy here…

AIM Nick Marvin


• Factor-7 Profit Generator
(Marvin, N. 1998) Institute of Scientific Advertising & Marketing.
• 21 Ways to Improve your Advertisements
(Marvin, N. 1999) Institute of Scientific Advertising & Marketing.
• Corporate Communications – A 21st Century Primer
(Fernandez, J., Marvin, N. et al) Sage Publications 2004.
• Globalisation – MYOB’s growth from bedroom to world stage
(Marvin, N.) 2001
Research Paper

Sports Management

Served as chairman, managing director or CEO for some of Australia’s leading sporting icons.

2 Replies to “ABOUT”

  1. Inspirational blog Nick!
    7 day challenge! Bring it on! On two wheels though, not two legs!
    Not going to enjoy that 4pm “wall” I will hit at work with such an early start, but I’ll try and start and finish the day a couple of hours earlier than usual. Here’s nothing…..and BTW, Go Wildcats!
    ….PS. Please pardon my ignorance but your Twitter link at the bottom of the page………is it supposed to have three ts? Twittter or Twitter. I was starting to go crossed-eyed trying to work it out……thanks. Take care. John.

    1. John,
      Thanks for the comments and the pick up on the typo – fixed.
      I used to ride – even to work – 23kms – but almost got taken out by a car and haven’t done much since.
      Yes, Nate and Casey look great in practice and the rest of the squad have improved a lot in the off-season. Will be an exciting one – can’t wait.