Based out of Oakleigh in Melbourne’s southeast, Klika has been a quiet achiever amongst online retailers. Founded as a home and outdoor goods retailer ten years ago, the business is worth $15 million today, with elder statesmen Ian McLellan, Boris Zaitsev and Scott Gladstone still at the helm.
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