8 years ago, Lizzy Abegg had an epiphany that she needed to move to Byron Bay to help her little sister grow a struggling jewelry business. Well, that business is now called Spell & the Gypsy Collective … and it’s a multi-million dollar fashion empire.
Quentin Nolan of Liquid Ski Tours is a young man on a mission. At the ripe old age of 31 he’s determined to create the world’s best ski tour company – and right now, he has partnerships with Australia’s two largest airlines and owns 6 hotels in Japan!
Paul Medeiros made a brave sea change by leaving corporate and buying the Mullumbimby Fruit Shop.
Then, when Woolworth’s decided to come to town, he could have panicked and accepted the fact that Australia’s biggest supermarket chain would kill off his business.
Instead, he rolled the dice, and more than doubled their retail footprint.
He’s now the founder of one of Australia’s hottest up and coming franchises – The Source Bulk Foods.
This is a story of courage, determination and being true to one’s values.
Today’s guest did the interview in her pyjamas. Why?
Because she can!
She’s a true entrepreneur, starting a business to help put herself through university, only to then systemise it so that today it runs for the most part … without her.
And who doesn’t want a bit of that?!
Independent Australian production studio, The Woolshed Co. have released the results of a two-year social experiment exploring the phenomenon of ‘viral’ videos and shareable content. They repeatedly achieved world wide news coverage and gained over 200 million views with a series of fake viral videos without any paid media, promotion or publicity.