He left school due to school due to dyslexia with no qualifications and spent 3 years working as a carpenter.But reality TV star Tommy Mallet from The Only Way Is Essex has now made it onto a Forbes list of prominent business owners after making millions of pounds through his effective shoes business, Mallet London.The 28-year-old style mogul’s brand, which is now thought to be worth ₤ 2.5 million, has made him a place on the company publication’s yearly ’30 Under 30′ list for Europe in the retail and ecommerce category.Mr Mallet released the business just six years ago and it has already made ₤ 11.8 million in sales as of 2020, with star fans across
the world consisting of Drake, Olly Murs, Will.i.am, Craig David and Eve.The big success of the brand makes Mr Mallet one of the ITV truth programme’s wealthiest exports, with Mallet London shoes and clothing now stocked in more than 150 stores around the world. Mr Mallet signed up with the program in 2014 when he was unemployed following a possibility meeting with a casting director and quickly ended up being a family name with his fiancée Georgia Kousoulou, who is now pregnant.Mr Mallet’s shoes are on sale at Level Shoes in the Dubai Mall, which is understood as the world’s largest high-end shoe shop, as well as Harrods and Selfridges in London.His trainers are understood for their signature metal heel clips and he at first sold a mens’range, but has actually considering that branched out into ladies’s shoes, clothes and even a kids’s variety. Lounge Underwear creators Daniel, 29, and Melanie Marsden, 28, also made it onto the Forbes list of 30 Under 30 Europe in the retail and ecommerce section.
Lounge Underwear creators Daniel, 29, and Melanie Marsden, 28, also made it onto the Forbes list of 30 Under 30 Europe in the retail and ecommerce area.