Forbes Australia’s most read articles in 2022


Forbes Australia launched in September 2022 to bring you ideas that change the world. Here’s our most read articles to date.
Robbie Ferguson (left), James Ferguson (right). They are posing behind a square frame made out of light beam.
Robbie Ferguson (left) and James Ferguson (right). | Image source: Damian Bennett
The metaverse and Web3 certainly gained a lot of interest.

KPMG goes deep into the metaverse with new appointment

The billion dollar brothers

Alyse Sue, Head of Metaverse Futures at KPMG.
Alyse Sue, Head of Metaverse Futures at KPMG. | Image source: Suppplied
Entrepreneurs taught us a lot about how to succeed.

The quest for peak performance

Tim Gurner | Image source: Cameron Grayson for Forbes Australia

From farm to fame: what drives serial founder Nick Bell?

The Aussie plumber who bought a UK football team

This company just raised $34 million – and became New Zealand’s fastest-growing startup

Mr Yum CEO Kim Teo on pushing a $250 million valuation

This $200 million Aussie company wants to be ‘the Salesforce of sports’

Celebrities were highly influential.
Tammy Hembrow and Erin Deering at the Forbes Australia Business Summit 2022 | Image source Forbes Australia

‘Just watch me’: Tammy Hembrow can – and will – do it all

Influencer ‘Tara Milk Tea’ on the pursuit of playful luxury

Erin Deering co-founded a $45 million business. Here’s how she knew when to walk away from it

Fashion chameleon: Jane Lu, Showpo

How Wengie’s 16 million followers led to a $100 million business

Leadership was a popular topic.

Executive assistant reveals CEO secrets to managing relationships

Success is not a Spectre for billionaire CMC Markets boss, Lord Cruddas

Peter Cruddas, founder and CEO of online broking company CMC Markets | Image source: Suppled
We love beautiful things, with some new technology.

Inside Rolls-Royce’s new electric Spectre

A Rolls-Royce Spectre, their first fully electric car, is displayed during an unveiling at the company’s Goodwood headquarters near Chichester, southwest England, on October 17, 2022. | Photo by ADRIAN DENNIS/AFP via Getty Images
And here’s a recap from the Forbes Australia Business Summit 2022.

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