Julia Mann and Bev Laird, co-owners of Rosey Creations.
Julia Mann and Bev Laird, co-owners of Rosey Creations. Cordell Richardson

Locals making millions working from home

FROM hair and beauty services to tutoring and car cleaning there's plenty of choice when it comes to small businesses in the Greater Springfield region.

There's people selling kids toys, doing special effects makeup and more.

A simple search revealed more than 25 home based businesses registered on Google.  And some home based businesses are making it big.  

A simple idea to create a baby that can be used as a training tool for newborn photographers has turned into a million dollar business for Sandra and Brendan Moffatt.

Mother and daughter-in-law, Bev Laird and Julia Mann have taken the plunge to start their own business and aren't looking back.

Rosey Creations started in October last year and the pair hope it will become a full time job one day.

Read more at www.qt.com.au



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