How Two Sisters, Founders of Injex Springfield Lakes, Built a Thriving Cosmetic Empire in Brisbane

In the competitive world of cosmetic injectables and non-surgical treatments, two sisters are making a name for themselves and their business in Brisbane. Emma and Kate Taylor are the founders of Injex Clinics, one of Brisbane’s top destinations for cosmetic treatments.

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Opening their first clinic in 2015, the Taylor sisters have grown their business to three thriving locations across the city in just eight years. Their clinics in Springfield Lakes, Capalaba, and Aspley employ over 15 staff members and offer clients a wide array of non-surgical cosmetic procedures.

With over a decade of experience, Emma is one of the most skilled and knowledgeable cosmetic nurses in Brisbane. Her exceptional technique and artistry with cosmetic injectables makes her a highly sought-after practitioner in the industry.

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Complementing her sister’s clinical expertise, Kate serves as the Chief Operations Officer of Injex Clinics, overseeing the business’ day-to-day operations. 

The road to success has not always been easy. Just after opening their first clinic, disaster struck when a fire gutted the space. But with resilience and their strong community behind them, Emma and Kate rebuilt in new premises bigger and better than before.

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Beyond growing their business, the sisters are dedicated to giving back to the Brisbane community. They continuously support local sports teams, events and fundraisers through Injex’s charitable initiatives.

Their inspirational entrepreneurial drive has earned Emma and Kate accolades including Redlands Business & Retail Awards for Best Beauty Business and Young Entrepreneur of the Year. Injex also won Retailer of the Year in 2019 from the same organisation.

Now with three successful clinics under their belt, Emma and Kate Taylor are leading voices in Brisbane’s cosmetic industry. Their commitment to their business, staff and community make them exemplary role models and local leaders. The Taylor sisters prove with passion and perseverance, women can thrive as successful entrepreneurs.

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Emma and Kate Taylor have also been named contenders for a local newspaper’s ‘Most Inspiring Woman of 2023’ title across the Southeast Queensland region. Their nomination spotlights their achievements in growing a thriving business whilst giving back to local causes.

Published 26-September-2023