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Beyond Billables

May 21, 2019

On the show today I had the privilege of interviewing Sarina Eggers-Stable, Founder of Business Kitz and entrepreneur extraordinaire. Sarina shared her professional story on how she has grown a number of businesses and all the lessons she's learned along the way. Sarina grew a business based on delivering a solution to client needs and is a great example of how anyone can take an idea and make it into a profitable business.
Sarina is a Director of leading Australian business Business Kitz, Principal of Legal Kitz and Director of Lux Whitsundays, a luxury sailing business based in the Whitsundays, Queensland. Sarina was recently appointed as an Advisory Board Member for Flexi Flow, an educational training provider for schools and government departments. 
Sarina is known for her extensive commercial and business legal experience. Sarina previously held a senior role with one of Australia’s largest universities where she was responsible for negotiating the university's commercial contracts and arrangements. 
Sarina has worked as a Solicitor for Australia’s largest top-tier law firms, gaining experience in high-end national and international transactions and acting for Australia’s largest listed companies. 
Sarina offers excellent business acumen. One of Sarina's notable achievements was Sarina's role in the successful commercialisation of a multi-faceted human resource company’s intellectual property assets by the age of 21. 
Sarina was awarded a 'Bond University Dean Academic Scholarship' to study a Bachelor of Laws and a Bachelor of International Relations at Bond University.  Bond University Dean Academic Scholarships are awarded on the basis of "outstanding academic results and other achievements”.  Sarina graduated with a Bachelor of Laws at the age of 20.
Sarina has been engaged in various community organisations and was appointed as the Executive Officer for the Red Cross International Humanitarian Law Committee from 2011 – 2016.  Sarina has been recognised as ‘Australia Day’s Youth Citizen of the Year’ and also received an ‘Order of Australia Association Community Service Award’.
Sarina is highly regarded by her peers for her strong work ethic, commercial acumen and ability to develop and maintain positive working relationships.