Rach joined us as part of LiveHire where people privately connect with Live Talent Communities of the best employer brands.
As both a Business Development manager and CTO, Rach has worked for large multi-national organisations and most recently a start-up for the last 15 years.
LT2 was able to support House of Supplements and Jymlocker's growth through introductions to advisors and emerging brands.
Alex took his business from $0-$1million + in just one year.
Anna Guenther is the CEO and Founder of PledgeMe - New Zealand's' first ever Equity Crowdfunding platform.
Since starting Pledgeme Anna has now raised over $30million through her platform for startups.
She also runs multiple Unconferences, including Queensland's own, Crowdround.
Sarah is the founder of Travelshoot. After winning a Shark Tank competition in 2015, Travelshoot has grown global momentum and the business now connects travelers with local photographers right across the world.
In September 2016, Edda was named a UN Young Leader for the Sustainable Development Goals; 17 Young Leaders were selected from a pool of 18,000 applicants worldwide.
Edda is the founder of Australia’s largest sustainable fashion runway show, Undress Runways which began in 2011. Exhibiting in Australian cities, the event engages 50,000+ people every year to celebrate forward-thinking fashion designers from around the world.
Taj Pabari is the Founder of Australia's Largest Entrepreneurship School Workshop Provider, Fiftysix Creations. The social enterprise run workshops in schools and during school holidays teaching young people about the world of business, entrepreneurship and creativity.
Fiftysix Creations and Partners is now affiliated with over 100 schools and together with partners, have impacted the lives over 100,000 students internationally.
Mandy Doon is co-founder and Executive Director of Community Services.net Pty Ltd and of Community Link Australia Pty Ltd. Mandy is a NFP governance expert and lawyer, with over 25 years of experience working in and for human services organisations. Mandy and her husband Tim Gleeson co-founded CSnet to bring together innovative technology and good human services practice to solve complex social problems for social impact. Mandy led the process of certification of Community Services.net Pty Ltd as a B Corp, and is actively involved in promoting B Corps through its networks and partners.
Danielle has raised over $2million AUD and now runs the largest social influencer platform in the world.
LT2 has supported Scrunch with talent introductions, advisory and press.
Brad and his team grew Citrus from 2-10 persons within 18 months of being at LT2.
We introduced Citrus to 3 developers that they hired and multiple business development introductions that they were able to turn into clients.
Citrus is now worth $40million AUD
Evan is known as the 'Golden Child' of hospitality. He grew Doughnut Time from 1 shop to 30 in just 18 months of operation.
LT2 was able to support him with his marketing requirements and financial advisory.
Scott was able to grow Troocoo from 2-10 staff in a matter of 6 months through LT2's marketing, exposure and advisory network.
Troocoo was our fastest graduate ever.
Ryan and his brother Alex have created the world's first organic lotion that keeps you at body temperature while in the snow.
LT2 has made investor introductions, distribution introductions and supported the team growth of Uthermic for 2 years.
Since starting at Little Tokyo Two in 2015 they have:
Grown the team from 2 people to 14 FTE's
Been nominated for Lord Mayors Business Awards - ANZ High-growth startup
Picked up multiple enterprise level clients including Big 4 Bank, Government, Not for Profit, Infrustructure and Insurance
Raised $1million investment through the ACAC Innocationg and QLD Government Business Development Fund
Paul is the Founder of Adopt and Embrace. Through the support of Little Tokyo Two, Adopt and Embrace was able to grow and become the 2018 Microsoft Global Partner of the Year and is contributing to Brisbane’s reputation as a digital city.
James Grugeon is the Founder of The Good Beer Co., a social enterprise beer company that gives 10% of the cost of every carton or keg of beer sold and 50% of profits to charity partners. The company works with Australian independent brewers and retailers to brew and sell beer while partnering with Australian charities to fund and raise awareness of their cause.
The Good Beer Co. have brewed and sold 3 social enterprise beers. The first one, Great Barrier Beer, raised funds for the Australian Marine Conservation Society. Their Love Beer supported the Australian Marriage Equality campaign and the Great Get Together Pale Ale raised funds for the Jo Cox Foundation in the UK.
The business have built a 'movement for good beer' of customers willing to help promote their social enterprise, beer and the causes they supports. The Good Beer Co. crowdfunded presales of their first 2 beers and used social media and digital marketing to involve customers and early supporters in the branding and style of their first beers. They have also partnered with supermarkets to put Great Barrier Beer in more than 100 Queensland stores and with a major cruise line to put their beer onto its entire Australian ship fleet.