Hot 30 Under 30

Justine Flynn, Daniel Flynn and Jarryd Burns

This entrepreneurial trio is responsible for those water bottles that thank you for purchasing them.


Gen George

Twenty-five year old Gen George is focusing on growing a new venture just four years after launching her first job-finding website.


Aimee Marks

Aimee Marks started her business after she decided she’d had enough of non-organic and inefficiently packaged tampons.


Mark McDonald and Josiah Humphrey 

These two 24-year-old entrepreneurs are the founders of app development company Appster. Since 2011, they’ve made apps for clients including Bluedot and radio hosts Hamish and Andy.


Kris Cochrane

Kris Cochrane firmly believes “it’s not all about the hustle”, though this might be confusing coming from a man who began his own nation-wide personal training company.


Jane Lu

Jane Lu’s number one piece of advice is to take a chance. Otherwise, you could be stuck at a boring job for the rest of your life.


Jessica Wilson

2016 is shaping up to be a big year for 24-year-old tech entrepreneur Jessica Wilson, having recently returned from China after participating in the country’s own version of Shark Tank.


Matthew Callender

Hunter Mason founder Matthew Callender took out the number one spot in last year’s Smart50 Awards thanks to his company’s impressive year-on-year growth of 1740%.


Bridget Loudon and Emily Yue

Three years in, friends and business partners Bridget Loudon and Emily Yue continue to break new ground with Expert360, a platform connecting businesses, big and small, with freelancers and consultants for projects.


Robin McGowan and James Wakefield

Since launching InStitchu five years ago, Robin McGowan and business partner James Wakefield have grown it into a multimillion-dollar clothing company with plans for international expansion next year.

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