Kersh’s transition out of the business saw it’s beginnings around April of 2013. At the time Kersh was the major shareholder of 4cabling and her mother held a minority share.
When her mother came to her and expressed that she was wanting to retire and sell her shares, Kersh began thinking that maybe it was time for something new for herself as well. At the time it had been a ten year journey and though she loved her team and everything she had built, the next journey was calling.
Kersh started her first business 4cabling when she was still at university, over the last 6 years she has gone from having one shelf of product to a massive warehouse in Sydney’s inner west and a team of full time staff, with a business turning over millions of dollars a year targeting wholesale clients.
There are a lot of “startup education” startups around the place at the moment, some are fantastic and do an awesome job such as The Entourage [sales, capital raising, wealth] General Assembly [tech, core competencies for startups] The Fashion Institute [Fashion Business] – Very soon the Sydney Development Camp [School for Hackers] will be launching with a focus beginning with Ruby on Rails.
IT solutions company 4Cabling, today introduced the latest in its ever-growing line of cable management products – CableDrop. And Thank God because just before I was sent this information I was getting really pissed off that the cable to my laptop kept falling down the back of my bloody desk!
If you have not heard of Nicole Kersh yet, we suggest you familiarise yourself as she fast becoming one of the top performing entrepreneurs the country has ever seen. She should be an inspiration for women everywhere as she has taken on a VERY male dominated industry, building a multi-million dollar business from scratch and creating an exclusive online service for her customers.