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Sam Clifford, left, and Andrew Barker. Featured

Start-up targets fastest growing region

By Di Bartok

IF you want to clean up in business, grabbing a slice of a leading global cleaning business could be the way to go, especially in the burgeoning greater west of Sydney.

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Fairfield entrepreneur Khoda Haddad. Featured

Pioneering a new slant on not-for-profits

By James Preston

PASSION is so often linked to a dream and linked to success, but achieving success in the form of our dreams is often viewed unattainable and even impossible.

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Mo with RNB superstar Craig David selling merchandise. Featured

Blacktown events promoter tackles risks head on

By James Preston

EVERY successful entrepreneur must take a risk. They must leap hurdles, dodge pitfalls and be prepared to play with fire and in this sense Western Sydney entertainment mogul Mohammed Alhaj Al Gala is a man who can only be described as a pyromaniac.

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 By Renata Cooper

CEO Forming Circles and angel investor

I WAS at the So You Think You Can Start Up event recently and was struck by how few women were in the room – and no women pitching for funding.

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University graduate building an empire

By James Preston

HAYLEY Mehmet is not your typical university graduate. At just 22 she has already established a successful small clothing business called ‘Born to be Chic’, stocking some of the hottest brands in women’s fashion and shipping over 350 parcels a month.

Hayley, who has previously worked as a fashion blogger for popular Melbourne company Chadstone The Fashion Capital; initially conceived the idea for her business during a working holiday in Canada following the completion of her communications degree at UWS.

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