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David Freeman built a $20 million business out of coconut water and now he's turned to watermelon water.
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Siobhan Komander used to run a high-profile events company with Google as a client, but she's starting again from scratch.
Mohammed Reza arrived in Australia with nothing but now people come from across Sydney to try his sweets.
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People used to drill in the hope of making their fortune finding oil or gas. But Charles Davidson had a different idea.
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The multi-millionaire businesswoman says it's her No.1 piece of advice to entrepreneurs.
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Bruthen's butchers shop reopened this weekend with the sixth generation of the Lambourn family at the helm.
Being a social enterprise doesn't rule out making money.
She was the youngest ever keynote speaker at Pause Festival.
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Learn from their experience.