Top 10 businesses started in a garage


Garages can be used for a multitude of things. Car storage is the obvious one, but Australian garages also contain everything from discarded electronics to framed sporting memorabilia.

However, the humble garage isn’t just a storage space. It can provide the ideal space to launch a new business, as last week’s naming of iiNet founder Michael Malone as Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year demonstrates.


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The Top 10 Entrepreneur Teenagers Who Made Millions

In 1999, at only fourteen years old, Adam Hildreth together with his six friends launched the famous English social networking site Dubit. Dubit became one of the most popular websites in 2004. By 2005, Dubit had a net worth of more than 3.7 million dollars. Adam later founded Crisp thinking, which developed software that protected people from online predators, online harassment and spamming. He is ranked 23 in the top 100 richest young people in the UK according to the 2011 Sunday times rich list.

Adam Hildreth is estimated to have a net worth of 38 million dollars.                                                          

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Natasha Nelson success story


Sisters Chelsey and Natasha Nelson lived in California when their mom was diagnosed with a degenerative terminal illness. They realized their biggest priority was being with her in Arizona, so they decided to move back home. In the Golden State, the sisters had developed an addiction to frozen yogurt. They quickly noticed Arizona lacked what they craved — frozen yogurt shops had not yet sprouted up like weeds in Phoenix neighborhoods.

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 Sean Stephenson: Motivational Speaker, 3 Feet Tall and Rising

When Stephenson was born, doctors quickly recognized the signs of the genetic disorder osteogenesis imperfecta, commonly known as "brittle bone disease". Most of his bones had been broken during the delivery. He was placed in intensive care at Chicago Children's Hospital, and doctors warned his parents that he might die very soon. He survived, but spent much of his youth in pain and experienced the stunted growth and mobility limitations common for people with osteogenesis imperfecta.


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 Glen Allsopp: Greatest Young Blogger of 2010- 21 years of age

On my 21st birthday I shared a list of 21 lessons I’ve learned during my short spell on earth. On my 22nd birthday I worked for weeks on a free 2 hour video course called Cloud Blueprint. And if there’s anyone really good at guessing, then you probably know that today is my 23rd birthday. I thought for a long time about what I wanted to share here. I knew that I didn’t want to share something “personal developmenty” and I already have a big marketing related announcement coming in the next few days, so I decided to do something else.

That something else, is just to be personal.
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 Success Story Henry Ford

“I will build a motor car for the great multitude…it will be so low in price that no man will be unable to own one.”—Henry Ford

Henry Ford was nearly 40 when he founded Ford Motor Co. in 1903. At the time, “horseless carriages” were expensive toys available only to a wealthy few. Yet in just four decades, Ford’s innovative vision of mass production would not only produce the first reliable, affordable “automobile for the masses,” but would also spark a modern industrial revolution.

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 Teen Entrepreneur Videos

How a Kid Farrah Gray Became A Millionaire By 14

Afro American Farrah Gray made his first million when he was just 14. Now, he runs a successful portfolio of multiple profitable businesses, and is also a motivational and business public speaker. The lessons to learn from him is never give up, follow your dreams and to not let anything stop you from living up to your dreams.


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