Dylan Gow grew up in Australia with what he describes as a low socioeconomic background, the result of a vicious cycle of unemployment and lack of education.
Nevertheless, he has gone on to create an Aboriginal clothing company, worked as a marketing strategist at Google, and, for the past three years, built a passion for a very lucrative industry: rubbish.
Gow found that the process of renting skip bins (large open-top dumpsters) for collecting rubbish in Australia was often complicated and outdated.
With his cofounder Dylan Anderson, Gow created Skipbin.com, a site where Australians can easily find and book skip bins in their area at competitive prices.
Since its start in 2019, Skipbin.com has seen great success, spreading across 2,000 postcodes in Australia for hundreds of suppliers.