Home 30under30 2017
recognising entrepreneurs under the age of 30
Founded in 2014, Collabosaurus is now a matchmaker for brand partnerships operating in over 5 countries, for over 3,300 brands who are looking to collaborate on events, social media, products or referral partnerships.
Since the tender age of 14 he has been building gaming businesses with the goal to help gamers connect. He founded his first business at the age of 14 and sold it at 17 before founding GAMURS in 2014 at the age of 19 and leading it to becoming the largest esports media business.
A proud Karratha local, Cory supports the employment of local people where possible, and believes strongly in investing in our community. KBSS has won numerous awards, including KDCCI Business Excellence Awards, and a Telstra Business Award.
Be Media is a full suite digital marketing agency, mainly servicing small to medium sized businesses across industry verticals. Put simply, Be Media was born in 2013 out of Jordan’s frustration with the digital marketing industry more broadly.
Healthlogic Physiotherapy has grown from one to two clinics in under six months and picked up half a dozen corporates already with our Physiodirect innovation. PHW has grown to over 60 team members now across all states of Australia
Since their official launch in October The Plato Project has worked for PwC, The Good Guys, REA Group, CarSales, had over 10,000 people engage in their online programs in one form or another and had 200 complete face‑to‑face programs.
Daniel has grown this fastest growing marketplace and payments platform for university organisations and students across the world, selling $6,000,000 USD worth of tickets, organisation memberships and merchandise
Gil is out to empower brands with the best all‑in‑one programmatic solution to help them maximise their marketing spend with Bench, a powerful platform for marketers to manage and successfully scale their performance marketing campaigns.
I am educating vendors on how to be more inclusive (hint: it doesn't mean using a photo of a stereotypical gay couple on your website!) both in their media and language and creating an online space that inspires LGBTQ+ brides
It’s often said that there has never been a better time to be a young entrepreneur in Australia. And this year's 30under30 shows how great...
I'm best known as that 16 year old that dropped out of high school and started a PR agency. At first, the business started as a Youtube channel and from there I reinvented the business into what it is today
Without any background in digital marketing, within 18 months, she grew Art of Smart from 1,000 visitors a month to a strong and vibrant community with over 90,000 visitors, while also negotiating an Australian first
The Startup Muster survey is comprehensive. In four years – getting 300,000 questions answered by over 5000 respondents from across Australia is quite a feat. These respondents are not incentivised – there is no prize money
Adam believes students across Australia need to learn about the basics of starting their own business ‑ so his company illuminate Education teaches these skills to primary & high school students in a practical and authentic manner.
“I have created a new product which I have seen nowhere else, the product is laser cut artwork, which is created beautifully from wood and new age technology,” she told Anthill.
It is now so popular Australian students, teachers and their schools that she has grown the size of her team eightfold in just two years, from 5 to 40 tutors. While accomplishing this, she also had a side project where she grew a YouTube channel to 13,000 subscribers!
"In just three emails a week, WhippNews sums up the news you need to know in an entertaining and intelligible style," Isabella explained.
The consultancy has been recognised through several industry awards for excellence – at a state, national and international level. Client retention is well above industry standard with 80% providing referrals.
Persollo is the world’s 1st instant checkout platform that enables small merchants, brands and influencers to sell their goods across social networks without the need of building sophisticated and expensive e‑commerce sites or online shopping carts.
In just two years, Lotus People has placed 850 candidates in jobs, billed $600,000 in its first six months, turned over more than $3 million in the first year and grown its team from 2 to 10 staff.
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