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40 Under 40 Winner of the day: Heather Gale

Heather Gale’s career began with a question: what makes the economy tick? The 37-year-old is now treasurer at People’s Choice Credit Union and was last month named a winner in InDaily’s inaugural 40 Under 40 Awards.

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40 Under 40 winner of the day: Esther Chew

Growing up on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, Esther Chew often spent her spare time cycling through the streets to rickety playgrounds. From these beginnings exploring her local neighbourhoods, Chew developed the belief that architecture can help make lives better.

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40 Under 40 winner of the day: Erin Fowler

Artist Erin Fowler’s talents are truly multi-disciplinary, spanning dance, film, music and theatre. The 30-year-old, who is artistically motivated by a love and respect for the natural world, has travelled the globe performing, teaching and studying a variety of pursuits including KungFu, Tai Chi and QiGong. Fowler is the co-founder and director of The Mill, a creative hub for Adelaide’s local artists from all disciplines, and was last month named a winner in the inaugural InDaily 40 Under 40 Awards.

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40 Under 40 winner of the day: Eddie Lane

Marketing graduate Eddie Lane got his career start in the alcohol industry with Baily & Baily and then Empire Liquor where he rose to sales manager in a few short years. After a stint in the water industry, Lane is now a partner in South Australia’s largest refrigeration business, Cold Logic, and was last month named a winner in the inaugural InDaily 40 Under 40 Awards.

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40 Under 40 winner of the day: Daniels Langeberg

If you’ve ever been for a ride in one of Adelaide’s rickshaw-inspired EcoCaddies, then you’ve probably met Daniels Langeberg. But you probably wouldn’t have guessed that his previous jobs included urban planner, Chinese television host and fixed-gear bike racer through the streets of Shanghai.