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How a Worthian entrepreneur used his dyslexia as a superpower

Adam Raby R'04 talks about using his dyslexia to build a successful fashion business.
Adam Raby R'04
Adam Raby R'04
Dyslexia is a reading difficulty that often affects a child's performance in school and makes reading an extreme challenge for a person regardless of their level of intelligence. Adam Raby R'04 didn't let that stop him from getting a degree in Mass Communications & Advertising with Honors after leaving Worth. He has subsequently worked with big advertising companies and eventually become a fashion entrepreneur himself combining his love of sports and fashion.

Now based in Hong Kong, you can watch Adam being interviewed about his inspiring story on Youtube here and browse his fashion collection at Mazu Resortwear.

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