Justin Miller is a technology entrepreneur and 2004 40under40 winner.
He has a keen knowledge of the Australian IT market place and used this information to establish and build the WA arm of BCA IT, one of Australia’s largest privately owned IT companies, to a multimillion dollar business.
In 2000 he put his local market knowledge and technical expertise to the test when he established his own company Tusk Technologies, which he built to profitability in its short 2 year life.
In 2002, Mr Miller merged Tusk with BigRedSky to form Empired Limited, where he held the position of managing director.
In 2006 he and former Wesfarmers executive Bob Denby teamed up to commercialise a Western Australian invention that tackles the world’s most common occupational illness – hearing loss - with a business called Sensear, which had seed funding from Perth investor and company director Charles Morgan.
His latest venture is Nuheara.