Meet the Australians of Greek heritage who just missed the Richest 250

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Following this year’s edition of Australia’s Richest 250 people, The Australian has now revealed the 15 names who just fell short of being on the list.

Amongst the names are three Australians of Greek heritage. We find out who they are.

George Stamas ($531 million)

George Stamas is the owner of GJK Facility Services. He began his career as a part-time cleaner and worked his way through to management before becoming owner of GJK in 1987.

The business has annual revenue of $233 million and made a net profit of $39 million.

George Stamas, Theo and Paul Kristoris
(L-R) George Stamas, Theo and Paul Kristoris didn’t make the cut.

Theo and Paul Kristoris ($507 million)

The principals of the Adelaide-based Leader Computers wholesalers oversee a business with annual revenue of $564 million and net profit of $25 million.

Source: The Australian.

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