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We were looking for a new accountant that would act more like partners in the business. We interviewed three different firms and were absolutely blown away by the team at SMART and what they could do for us. Five years on and we continue to be blown away.”
Belinda Ruzicka 

Director, Teavision


Born in Melbourne, Teavision was founded by dynamic duo Lucas & Belinda in 2014. Their aim was to create a company that could help make a meaningful difference, and promote their passion for healthy living across quality tea’s and herbs that provide many health benefits for all.

Since those humble beginnings, our company has grown strength to strength, and we are now servicing over 2,000 global businesses and have worked hard to become a multi-award winning company. We have built strong global networks direct from ethical farms, enabling us to supply high quality products to all our customers.

Teavision has now become the pioneers of the tea world, and innovators of healthy living. 

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