Young entrepreneurs shake up the tutoring market

Friends Marcus Ereira  and Luke Shelley founded Tavistock Tutors at school in 2009 when they were both just 17 years old, growing the business into a a successful 1000 tutor company. Here's the inspiring story of how they built and sold their empire.
Alice Weil

Alice Weil

Features Editor at The Executive Magazine

In true millennial entrepreneurial style, school friends Luke and Marcus, now both 28, started hustling in their early teens. From odd jobs like cleaning cars and shop work, to making money however they could by selling high fashion clothing and sports memorabilia. With the small amount of money they saved, the pair launched Tavistock Tutors at the...

 

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