“Those who say they can’t, can’t. Those who say they can, can.”
Through his experience of homelessness, Mylo recognises the importance of working with charities and organisations to raise the awareness of Manchester’s homeless challenges. In 2017, he became a trustee of the 22-year-old homeless charity, The Booth Centre and is also an investment advisor for a £20 million fund to help those living in poverty in the UK.
Mylo has worked in the digital sphere for almost a decade, which has facilitated a deep passion for technology and the future. More recently, Mylo mentors start-up’s within NatWest’s Entrepreneurial Spark programme.
Originally from Wirral, Merseyside; Mylo studied at the Manchester Metropolitan University, before dropping out to start his first entrepreneurial venture in 2011.