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Title Australian Story: The Flow On Effect
Published Australia : ABC, 2016
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Summary Cedar Anderson and his father Stuart were living off the smell of an oily rag in the hills behind Byron Bay when they invented a revolutionary new beehive.</br>When Australian Story first met the pair a year ago, a spectacularly successful crowdfunding campaign had turned them into millionaires virtually overnight. It also left them with 25,000 orders to fill from around the world. To add to the pressure, Cedar and his partner Kylie had just given birth to their first child.</br>From tinkering together in a shed, Cedar and Stuart are now running a complex international company. In the past year their staff has grown to 35, three factories and seven warehouses around the world are fulfilling orders, and their invention was awarded the most prestigious prize at Australia's Good Design Awards.</br>Australian Story revisited the Andersons to see how the success of their company has changed their lives
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2016-09-12 at 20:01:00
Notes Classification: NC
Subject Agricultural inventions.
Beehives -- Design and construction.
Honeycombs.
Solvent extraction -- Technological innovations.
Turnover (Business)
New South Wales -- Ballina.
Form Streaming video
Author Allan, Saadi, contributor
Anderson, Chris, contributor
Anderson, Stuart, contributor
Blair, Shona, contributor
Brown, Harry, contributor
Ezart, Kylie, contributor
Jarli, Baby, contributor
Jones, Caroline, host
McGauley, Yari, contributor
Nicholson, Radha, contributor
Nicholson-McKellar, Mirabai, contributor