PROFILE: Blue Sky managing director Mark SowerbyBY MARK SMITH | MONDAY, 19 OCT 2015 11:09AM
Slathered in Vaseline and leaping from a tiny pilot boat to embark on a gruelling 14 hour swim of the chilly English Channel might seem a far cry from running an alternative investment business out of sunny Brisbane, but Blue Sky founder and managing director Mark Sowerby reveals the process behind each is not all that different.
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