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  • The couple creating outdoor retreats with a global flare 

    Michelle & Greg Martin are co-owners of Kolo Collection, a high-end outdoor furniture and accessories store based in Atlanta.

  • Turning Thai traditions into modern inventions 

    Thailand's second city, Chiang Mai, is famed for its artisans. But there are also efforts to build historical handicrafts into the innovations of tomorrow.

  • Bringing Thai wellness to the world 

    The Anantara Layan resort on the Thai island of Phuket says 20% of its guests want wellness experiences. The hospitality group developed its program in Thailand and now offers it at 38 properties around the world.

  • Muay Thai looks to the future 

    Yokkao is a young Muay Thai brand that's utilizing social media to compete with its bigger rivals and raise awareness of the sport around the world.

  • Thai beauty brand seeks to become a global name 

    Panpuri's founder started the business at the age of 28, using organic Thai herbs to make skin care and aromatherapy products. They are now on sale in 20 countries around the world.

  • Meet the woman trying to change book publishing in India 

    Chiki Sarkar is the founder of Juggernaut, a mobile first book publishing startup. Chiki was the India editor of Penguin and quit to establish a platform for authors to publish their books digitally.

  • The beauty expert who styles the world's top celebrities 

    Ciona Johnson-King began her career creating looks for musicians like David Bowie. Now, the London-based hair and makeup artist works on some of the hottest names in the film industry, from Cameron Diaz to Gwyneth Paltrow.

  • How mall Santas are made 

    Spreading Christmas cheer is serious business, so Santas head to Santa University every year to brush up on their skills. CNNMoney gives you a glimpse at how the holiday magic is made.

  • His art adorns Nike shoes and Beyoncé dancers 

    He's a former lawyer, an artist and a musician. Laolu Senbanjo has turned his creativity and love of art into a business, with a style he calls: Afromysterics - rooted in his Nigerian roots. As a visual artist, his brand and celebrity collaborations include working with Nike and on Beyoncé's "Lemonade."