HOW MAKING MISTAKES AND PASSION SCORED WEIGHT LOSS PARTNERS A DEAL WITH SHARK TANK'S JANINE ALLIS

HOW MAKING MISTAKES AND PASSION SCORED WEIGHT LOSS PARTNERS A DEAL WITH SHARK TANK'S JANINE ALLIS

THEY partnered up to provide a scientific and targeted approach to dieting, and Kate Save and Geoff Draper cut Shark Tank's Janine Allis in as an equal business partner for $200,000.

The founders behind Be Fit Food, which has been doubling business month-on-month, created a prepackaged food business based around ketogenic diets, whic...

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THE SOLAR POWERED DRONE THAT COULD FLY INDEFINITELY

THE SOLAR POWERED DRONE THAT COULD FLY INDEFINITELY

AN Australian company is in the process of developing a completely solar powered drone that might be capable of indefinite flight and has secured government funding for its revolutionary project. Praxis Aeronautics, based in Adelaide, has developed a prototype in which solar cells can be encapsulated into a composite material, such as the...

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SHARK TANK COUPLE GET HITCHED ON NATIONAL TV, AND SCORE INVESTMENT FROM JANINE ALLIS

SHARK TANK COUPLE GET HITCHED ON NATIONAL TV, AND SCORE INVESTMENT FROM JANINE ALLIS

THEY'RE a couple with the unusual shared 'interest' of having digestive issues, and Luke Lucas and Chrissy Glentis combined to convince Shark Tank's Janine Allis to invest in their specialist food business.

Their business, called Foddies, caters for the growing number of people who have food allergies, aversions and react...

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INTERNATIONAL RESTAURATEUR TEAMS UP WITH LOCAL FOODIES FOR NEW BYRON BAY VENTURE

INTERNATIONAL RESTAURATEUR TEAMS UP WITH LOCAL FOODIES FOR NEW BYRON BAY VENTURE

A celebrated Californian chef and international restaurateur have teamed up with local foodies have launched a new dining concept in Byron Bay that curates a colourful collection of fresh ingredients to create a dish  that's tipped to become the next iconic cuisine.

Offering a fresh take on an Hawaiian staple, Finn Poké is Nor...

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SHARK TANK PITCH LANDS BYRON BAY ENTREPRENEUR AN INVESTMENT FROM GLEN RICHARDS

SHARK TANK PITCH LANDS BYRON BAY ENTREPRENEUR AN INVESTMENT FROM GLEN RICHARDS

SHE'S working 80 hours a week to hand-make her special granola and Byron Bay businesswoman Indi Sutton convinced Shark Tank's Glen Richards to fund her company's expansion with a $100,000 deal for 40 per cent equity and a loan for $200,000.

Sutton's business, The Monday Food Company, produces organic, gluten free, sugar f...

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