"Just book your ticket and work back from there." That's the advice PR guru and communications expert Prasana Lee gives anyone thinking of moving overseas. It was 2014 when Prasana and her husband Adrian relocated from Sydney's Inner West to Manila in the Philippines.
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When Patrick Llewellyn moved to San Francisco in 2010, it set him on the path to running one of Australia’s most successful startups.
After being hired by online graphic design marketplace 99designs, Patrick was tasked with starting the company’s US operations, leading a huge expansion and investment strategy.
Tech entrepreneur Mike Tozer is a man on a mission, quite literally.
The 38-year-old just ran 45km around Sydney – in a full suit, no less – to help secure $1 million in funding for his anxiety-reducing app, which helps people with autism find employment.
His company, Xceptional, is a finalist in the Google Impact Challenge, the culmination of a global journey that’s taken him from the UK, to Hong Kong, to studying at Harvard and, finally, founding his tech services firm in Australia.
With those international moves came inspiration to create a business very close to Mike’s heart.
When Melbourne graffiti artists Dabs and Myla were looking for a blank canvas, they found their calling in the City of Angels.
The Australian husband and wife team, who fused their names to become DabsMyla professionally, saw their careers soar to new heights when they swapped Melbourne for Los Angeles in 2009.
Having met while studying illustration back in Melbourne, it was each other’s artwork they initially fell in love with, before eventually falling for one another.