Masahiro Ryohara (04:52)
Ryohara started Rinn, Inc. to develop luxury products for house cats. He uses his cat Nuru as a social media model. Japan's pet care market is worth $5.1 billion; U.S. and Chinese markets are growing.
John Dewberry (03:33)
The Atlanta real estate developer owns several midtown properties. He is waiting for urban infrastructure before developing further. Dewberry credits his father with teaching him a life philosophy of integrity.
Dzigbordi Dosoo (03:25)
Wellness is a relatively new concept in Ghana. Dosoo develops spas in Accra, focusing on skincare, and supports the emerging industry through training and networking. She also runs a parent company that specializes in life coaching.
Lysbeth Fox (02:57)
The London public relations entrepreneur partners with hotel clients to operate a luxury communications agency. She discusses her passion for her work, which allows her to travel. Her business has grown 45% each year.
Michele and Manuele Malenotti (02:35)
The Italian brothers have a background in fashion and motorcycles. Matchless specializes in high-end leather jackets. To gain a competitive edge, the company associates clothes with movies and actors.
Theo Smallbone and Sean Venturi (04:30)
The friends are co-founders of Venroy, an Australian company selling European-style board shorts. They discuss overcoming marketing challenges in the U.S., building a lifestyle brand, and expanding to menswear and womenswear.
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