Schoolboy entrepreneur with dyslexia makes £500,000

Schoolboy entrepreneur makes £500,000 after launching ten businesses around the world

A severely dyslexic A-Level student has launched 10 companies around the globe which he claims have generated more than £500,000 over the past four years.

Whizz kid Dan Anahory, 18, who studies at the private St John’s School in Epsom Road in Leatherhead, set up his first company when he was just 14.

Having become the youngest person to set up a company in Gibraltar aged 16, he spends just one hour a week on his latest conference calling venture which he set up last year and which he said employs 10 people, has 300 clients worldwide and a monthly turnover of £10,000.

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