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  • William Bao Bean, Creative3 2017 speaker
    September 18, 2017

    Chinese VC William Bao Bean warns against Aussie start-ups expanding to China

    Renowned Chinese investor and managing director of the fast growing country's first start-up accelerator, William Bao Bean, has warned Australian start-ups against seeking riches by expanding to the region, saying products that work in ...more
  • Annie Parker, Creative3 speaker
    September 18, 2017

    Changing the world, one code at a time

    Technology has enormous power to make genuine changes for the world and is bringing more people together than ever before. The most exciting thing is we’ve only just started to see the impact of this on humanity. There is so much more to ...more
  • September 18, 2017

    Interview with Tyson Young, Co-founder of Carisma

    A surprisingly wholesome road to entrepreneurship, Tyson Young, along with co-founders Lloyd Young and Johan Venter, set out to solve the problems Tyson's father faced with his own company, many of which centred on trying to provide a more ...more
  • Scott Millar, Creative3 2017 speaker
    September 18, 2017

    Tech start-up sees Scott Millar become a teenage entrepreneur and CEO

    Tech-head prodigy Scott Millar is being compared to a young Steve Jobs after turning a school project into a thriving business, becoming a CEO at the age of 17. Scott founded BOP, Buy Our Product Industries, three years ago while in ...more
  • miss summer
    August 22, 2017

    Interview with Kathrin Bonfigt, Founder of Miss Summer

    Kathrin Bonfigt is the founder of ‘Miss Summer’, a boutique beach and surf wear brand based in Brisbane. Originally from Germany, the name ‘Miss Summer’ derives from Kathrin’s desire to chase the sun all year-round; a dream she ...more
  • August 21, 2017

    Interview with Lorraine White, Founder of White Lane Corsetry

    It was after many years of teaching that Lorraine White decided to undertake a passion project of hers, which was to create her own fashion line. Originally setting out to recreate period costumes, Lorraine found the industry to be too ...more
  • Evie Willsteed
    August 16, 2017

    Gender-neutral clothing by Brisbane designer Evie Willsteed

    EVIE Willsteed hopes her boundary-pushing designs will set her apart as one of Queensland’s brightest new fashion exports. The 30-year-old Brisbane designer will tomorrow showcase her unisex and ungendered streetwear label Genkstacy, ...more
  • August 15, 2017

    Interview with Alexandra Coleborn, Founder of Gloria Dulcie

    Alexandra Coleborn is the founder of Gloria Dulcie, an independent boutique fashion label based in Brisbane. Originally studying fashion design ten years ago, Alexandra forewent creating a fashion line straight out of school as she felt ...more
  • Bowie
    August 14, 2017

    Interview with Tahlia and Aisha Bowie, Founder of Bowie Empire

    Inspired by the Torres Strait Islander lifestyle, Tahlia Bowie and her sister Aisha, launched their own fashion line, ‘Bowie Empire’, a high-end streetwear line designed to be worn both casually and formally. With an accumulative skill ...more
  • August 11, 2017

    Interview With Evie Willsteed, Founder of Genkstasy

    A self-described ‘kook’, Evie Willsteed has been creating her own clothes since she was a little girl. In between cutting her own bathers and engineering new dresses for her Barbie doll, Evie has always shown a keen interest and ...more

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