Homeless Man Turned Text Entrepreneur


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Mark Hurley, once homeless, picked himself up from his personal calamity and reinvented himself as a tech entrepreneur.

Hurley managed a horticultural business when his business profits plummeted in 2008. He lost everything; his home, family, company, car and money. Rising from the ashes, he brought himself up with hard work and more business wisdom from his previous experience.


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