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Collective HubCollective Hub

Collective Hub Jan 2017

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
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Messenger Group Pty Ltd
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WANT TO JOIN OUR TEAM? design@collectivehub.com AMELIA CHIA, Writer Amelia is a writer and editor who has worked for several international magazine titles. Her work, which spans fashion, beauty and lifestyle, has appeared in publications such as Harper’s Bazaar, Elle and Buro 24/7 Singapore. Amelia enjoys writing features that inspire others, and is always up for a chat with anyone with tales to tell. Some of her most memorable interviews include award-winning actresses Cate Blanchett in Shanghai and Charlize Theron in Paris. Born in Singapore, she now resides in Melbourne after marrying an Australian and making the big move Down Under. BRIDGET CORMACK, Writer Adelaide-born Bridget is a freelance writer and editor based in Sydney. After training to be an environmental lawyer, she spent three years as an arts journalist at The Australian newspaper, where…

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41 editor’s letter

Sitting down to write my Editor’s Letter each month is one of my most favourite tasks on my to-do list. It’s a moment of calm and quiet reflection for a busy mind, a chance to catch my breath, consider the challenges, be grateful for the extraordinary, laugh at the funny and smile at the wins. I love it! It’s a treasured task, but also one of my most important. I want each month’s Editor’s Letter to have meaning, purpose and potency. I want it to inspire, challenge and empower. I also want it to help chronicle my own journey, as you no doubt chronicle your own. This month there was a single word that encapsulated it all: polarity. It has been front-and-centre of my mind and a strong recurring theme as…

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Two years ago, I picked up a copy of Collective Hub to read on board my flight home to Europe after yet another trip to Australia. I had fallen in love with the country a few years before, and came back over and over again. I wanted to move here badly but, running my own business overseas, I feared the challenges a new beginning in Australia would bring. Flicking through your pages, I read about a group of surfers from the Sunshine Coast [who were] on a quest to make the world a better place with their fashion label. It was right then that I realised I just had to finally jump. I landed in Europe, sold everything I owned and moved to Australia two months later. Best decision of…

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the find

(CAKE) BATTER UP It’s not fair that kids get to have all the fun at birthday parties. Hundreds and thousands, confetti aplenty and let’s not forget the piñata… Well, now us grownups can reign supreme come celebration season with this clever invention. Part cake, part piñata, one hit reveals a treasure trove of delicious goodies you’re probably not going to want to share (some things never change). Currently only in Sydney, founder of Sydney Smash Cakes Claudia Abraham promises to soon find a way to deliver her tasty creations to sweet lovers everywhere. sydneysmashcakes.com.au SOMETHING IN THE AIR Air. We’ve all got to breathe it, right? Whether in the heart of the city or frolicking through a wide-open plain, whatever the quality, we’re inhaling it. Made mainly from a combo of oxygen, nitrogen and…

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the ten commandments for building a website that wows

When I was in Year Five, I got suspended from my computer class. I’m not entirely sure what I did to deserve this punishment, but it can’t have been too bad because I was still allowed to sit in the back corner of the classroom and watch on as my classmates learned to touch type with red checkerboard tea towels covering their hands. At the time, I was devastated. Missing out on forming a relationship with a 1999 PC that resembled a small grey bar fridge was nearly as bad as the time I had woken up to find my tooth still under my pillow and Mum telling me that sometimes the Tooth Fairy needed to go on holidays too. Sitting in the corner of that class for an entire term…

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