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There is a lot of money to be made in the beauty industry: according to data from IBISWorld, the Australian hairdressing and beauty services industry is forecasted to generate $5 billion in revenue this year. It has seen growth of 2.2 percent annually, this spurred by greater demand for services thanks to income growth and the emergence of new markets.
Looking to tap into this space is Sydney entrepreneur Fabiola Gomez, founder of Luxit.