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Business Women Putting Their Best Foot Forward

In today’s society, entrepreneurs and influencers are emerging daily. They are driven and determined, and consistently produce impeccable work. There are numerous household names that have succeeded in the self-made business world. While the debate on equality is ongoing there are some phenomenal Australian business women nailing it in the industry, reinforcing their mark in …

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Camilla and Marc

Headlining as one of Australia’s most highly-regarded fashion designers, brother-sister duo Camilla Freeman-Topper and Marc Freeman have excelled impressively since their brand’s inception a decade ago. Launching the brand at the 2003 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Australia kicked off their careers and the growth has not ceased since.  Combined, they have worked exceptionally hard, equally saying …

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Willy Breitling – The Man Who Kept The Brand Alive

The Breitling legacy began in a small workshop in the Swiss Jura Mountains and was fortified by the skilful hands of Leon Breitling in 1889. He rapidly attained a formidable reputation with his numerous patents for innovative chronographs. By the 1930s, Gaston Breitling had assumed control of the company and Breitling chronographs were considered an …

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Michael Kodari

Michael Kodari

I’ve always been fascinated by the future, I love getting my hands on the next piece of leading, if not occasionally bleeding edge technology.Technology is a concrete embodiment of all human progress and I spend a lot of time thinking about what the next big thing is and where there is an opportunity for my clients. We live in a dynamic, which seldom delivers what we expect. The Jetsons may have promised flying cars, but we got Uber & Snapchat instead. The ability of a company to leverage technology in new and unexpected ways can have a profound impact on its destiny…

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