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Collective HubCollective Hub

Collective Hub Jan 2016

Collective Hub combines style and substance with a fresh perspective on the issues that matter – across business, design, technology, social change, fashion, travel, food, film and art. Through a combination of high-profile stories and beautiful visuals in our print magazine, engaging digital content on our website, one-of-a-kind events, custom-made products and much more, Collective Hub’s constant vision is to uplift and empower people to live their fullest lives. Whether you are looking for a boost of creativity, professional advice from industry experts, the most exciting places to experience or a warm and practical pep talk, Collective Hub is your guide to making a positive impact in the world.

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Australia
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English
出版社:
Messenger Group Pty Ltd
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CAIT MIERS, PHOTOGRAPHER An organic love for the ocean and a desire to travel the world and capture real moments fuels this 22-year-old’s photography. Touting a growing fashion portfolio, Cait is passionate about conceptualising her clients’ visions and bringing them to life – with her own twist, of course – and she’s splashed her signature watery snaps across this issue. FLICK PALMATEER, ARTIST This champion surfer, artist and conservationist recently made history by riding the colossal swells at Cow Bombie, Western Australia – the largest waves ever surfed by an Aussie female. When not on the water, Flick takes her talent to the canvas and beyond, last year promoting World Ocean Day with a mural on Sydney’s Bondi Beach. This issue she lent her creative flair to our artist takeover series. ALEXA KING, PHOTOGRAPHER Alexa…

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should you quit your day job?

SO YOU WORK 9-5 BUT YOU’VE ALSO GOT A DREAM… ACCORDING TO YOUR QUIZ RESULTS, HERE’S KATE’S ADVICE ON WHAT TO DO NEXT. QUIT You might just be ready to take the leap! (But, remember to always trust your gut first.) Here are Kate’s golden nuggets to take along for the ride. ✗ Ensure your idea is both purposeful and profitable. You need to be passionate about what you do for your business to be sustainable, but passion alone doesn’t always sell. Be really clear about who you help, their problems and how you help them. Then check if there is a need for it and that people will pay for it. ✗Be prepared for your business to become your biggest priority (for a while at least). Building a thriving business is hard work and…

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new year. new you.

Never before, in all my years, have I wanted to shake things up, disrupt, break the rules or change the world as much as I do today. There is a fire inside my belly that is growing in intensity with every single hour of every day and I hope as one year passes and a new one starts for you, that a passion within your very soul is brewing to do just the same. There are no limits. This can be your biggest year yet. Change can come. Your life is firmly in your hands. Bring on 2016, that is all I can say – for me personally, for my wonderful team, for everyone and everything that is Collective Hub – for you, for your friends and family and for every endeavour…

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WINNER! As a young creative passionate about creative entrepreneurialism, I just want to whole-heartedly thank you for the wonderful thing that is The Collective! I adore it and never thought I’d ever get so excited about a monthly magazine. What I love about The Collective – as the name itself shouts loudly and clearly – is within your readership you’ve inspired so many incredible women and men to release their inner entrepreneur and chase their creative business dreams. Just one look at the letters to the editor shows this – month after month after month we see so many amazing readers launching the businesses of their dreams having been inspired by The Collective’s pages. This is something that’s completely unique to The Collective – you just don’t find this sort of…

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made with love

KATE BROOK OF APOM With Kajsa Kvernmo, Kate is one half of the creative duo behind clothing brand and Etsy store APOM (an acronym for ‘a part of me’) which started in their parents’ garages and has exploded into a fully-fledged label, with both wholesale and a supporting bricks-and-mortar retail store. apartofmeapom.etsy.com RACHEL J MAH OF THE WOODS AVENUE This perpetually hungry gal combined her love for food, design and crafts to create edibles-inspired stationery, aptly named after the street she grew up on, sparked after participating in an online Etsy course in 2015. thewoodsavenue.etsy.com WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT DESIGN AND CREATIVITY? KATE: The ability to get immersed and lost in a world of creativity. From the initial design to the finished product, there is nothing like seeing your creating come to fruition. RACHEL: Designing…

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hot diggity dog

I CAN’T GET MY HEAD AROUND THE IDEA OF MAKING MONEY FOR SOMEONE ELSE. After a brief stint in advertising, I realised it wasn’t right for me, so I started pouring coffees in a friend’s cafe in Bondi. I liked the personal interaction of serving people much more than staring at a computer screen. I KNEW I WANTED TO SERVE PEOPLE A GREAT PRODUCT (and have a laugh and joke while doing it). I wanted to open a hotdog shop but didn’t have enough start-up capital, so I bought a hotdog cart instead to test the product and build the brand. The carts have been the best advertising and promotional tool I could have dreamed of. I HAD SOME GOOD FRIENDS HELP ME LAND MY FIRST GIG. A good mate gave me…

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