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Trinity Bush.

Brave, Determined & Loyal.

Trinity is not only a 13-year old with a heart of gold, but she is also a go-getter who has delved into starting her own business, Boha Tribe.

Boha Tribe all started when Trinity found herself fronted with the $20 Boss Challenge at her school which see’s young teens with entrepreneurial spirits, pitch a business proposal – with only a $20 budget!

Trinity dived straight in and embraced the opportunity, quickly coming up with an idea that draws from her roots and her passion; healthy habits and living toxic free lives. Soon, her and her teammate were off, working together (over long hours!) to produce not only a business model, but also prototypes of their range in order to really wow the judges. Shortly there after, the duo found themselves presenting their range of eco friendly, non-toxic beauty items that included bath bombs, bath salts, body shimmer, shower melts and more to the guest judge: Steve Baxter!

Luckily, pitching to former QLD Chief Entrepreneur, Tech Mogul and Shark Tank host didn’t throw her off her game and in the end, Steve himself placed them in the top three! A huge boost of encouragement some someone who really knows their stuff!

After their exciting pitch and immediate success and recognition, Trinity’s fire was sparked and she decided to pursue this business idea further, but perhaps with a slightly bigger budget. The idea, supported by her friends and family, has turned into a lively small Brisbane business that not only sells these non-toxic items direct to consumer, but also hosts workshops to teach you how to make the range yourself!

In the lead up to Christmas, Trinity admits the workload has been growing at a rapid rate, leaving her spending her weekends making stock furiously to cater with the demand. Of course, the young entrepreneur doesn’t see this as an interruption to her social life and is instead ecstatic about what this means for Boha Tribe and it’s future!

Congratulations, Trinity – we know your confidence, determination and that fire burning inside will propel you to new heights in 2018!


1. What are three words that describe you?

Brave, determined and loyal

2. Who is a female role model for you and why does she inspire you?

My female role model is Rayni. Rayni has MS, but everyday she comes to school to help children with speech problems or goes to the hospital to help children. Then in her spare time she raises money for herself ‘Rayni to Russia’. This inspires me as I can do everything.

3. What has been the best piece of advice you’ve received so far? Who was it from?

‘Never give up, you will always succeed in life’ – Mr Goulter

4. What is something you’re good at that people wouldn’t know about you?

Helping healing animals when they are sick or injured.

5. What makes you happy?

Being around other people who are happy and seeing everyone smile.

6. When you’re having a bad day, what makes you feel better?

When I have a bad day I will go outside and spend time with my animals.

7. Where do you see yourself in 5 years time, and how do you plan to get there?

In 5 years time I see myself having my business in a store and selling big. As well as, having many new products and lots of workshops for everyone.

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