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Smith came across a dynamic style of pilates while living and working in London and decided to return to Australia to open his first studio. Despite being $20,000 in debt, he founded KX Pilates in 2010 with the help of guarantor signature from his father on his first business loan. Currently the business turns over $20 million and has over 50 locations in Australia.
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