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Forbes Australia has released its second print edition, revealing its front cover story with property tycoon Tim Gurner.
In the issue’s cover story, luxury property developer Tim Gurner takes Forbes Australia exclusively behind the scenes to his new multi-million dollar wellness venture, Saint Haven. It discusses how he’s turning his life’s purpose of wellness and 20 years of testing hundreds of biohacks into something entirely new.
Also featured in this issue, Forbes Australia speaks with theoretical physicist Heinrich Hora on the future of nuclear fusion, examines Hoan Ton-That’s defence of his controversial Clearview AI facial recognition software, and profiles the Australians at the forefront of changing global market dynamics in rare earth minerals.
Another highlight of the issue is Forbes’ sixth annual World’s Best Employers. The list includes some of Australia’s best employers and how they rank against some of the world’s biggest companies. Of the 800 companies on the list, Australian companies ANZ and Commonwealth Bank ranked highest locally, followed by BHP Group and Telstra.
Readers of the second print issue will also find stories including Westfield heiress Betty Kilmenko and former Creator Director of Qantas, Marc Newson. Spotlighted in Forbes Australia’s Beer With A Billionaire feature is tech entrepreneur, David Dicker. Taking centre stage in its What Money Can’t Buy column is Indigenous film actress and AACTA Award nominee, Leah Purcell, who muses on her life’s joyous (and priceless) highlights.
“Our second edition taps into Australian founders and their unique journeys that have brought them to where they are today. The outlook for 2023 is uncertain. Amid sharply deteriorating conditions for the global economy, we will continue to focus on innovation, successes and survival stories. There’s no better lineup to share insights and inspiration into the biggest business issues facing leaders today,” said Sarah O’Carroll, editor-in-chief at Forbes Australia.