Gabby Leibovich, co-founder and director of Australia’s biggest online shopping business Catch of the Day, has grown from a minnow to Jaws, snatching a sale every two seconds. By Leon Gettler
Unlike many business owners and managers, Gabby Leibovich embraces change. He relishes it.
Life is about change, he says. It brings new opportunities. Certainly Leibovich, co-founder and director of Australia’s largest e-commerce site, Catch of the Day, has the track record to prove it.
The Catch Group is Australia’s No.1 online shopping business. At the moment, it comprises five online stores: catchoftheday.com.au, scoopon.com.au, groceryrun.com.au, mumgo.com.au and eatnow.com.au. There are
Tom Skotnicki discovers that managing one of the largest cruise ships in the world requires both outstanding leadership skills and an unwavering focus on safety and security
A luxury liner is one of the most unique environments on earth. Captain Sverre Ryan, who is responsible for one of the world’s largest cruise ships, Royal Caribbean’s Voyager of the Seas, projects an aura of calmness that is in contrast with the frenetic activity taking place on board.
“It is a very complex operation,” he says. “It is a city at sea and there are few people you can call on if something goes wrong. It is a type of mosaic.”
Aboard there are thousands of passengers intent on making the most of th