|Born||October 11, 2000|
|Alma mater||Queensland University of Technology|
|Height||6 ft 3 in (191 cm)|
|Relatives||Hunter Reilly (Actor & TikTok Celebrity)|
Taylor Reilly (born 11 October 2000) is an Australian eCommerce entrepreneur. He is the co-Founder of Charity Exchange and multiple eCommerce stores . On top of Reilly’s other projects he is also the Head of Ecommerce at DE Innovations Inc. He is best known for launching the COVID E-Commerce Project that had an ROI of $70,000 in one month.
Reilly is regarded as one of Australia's biggest eCommerce influencers and has helped multiple entrepreneurs scale their businesses. He helps his business clients and connects them with their potential audience that generates better results. Reilly has built a reputation as a leading ecommerce expert having substantial experience bringing higher engagement, higher visibility, and improved ROI for his clients.
Early life and education
Reilly was born on October 11, 2000, in Melbourne. He grew up in Brisbane, Queensland, and attended Ferny Grove State High School. Later Reilly went to the Queensland University of Technology, where he pursued a bachelor’s degree in Business and IT but dropped out in 2020 to start an entrepreneurial career.
Reilly started his career in 2019 when he co-founded Ecom Gym, a program that helps educate Australian entrepreneurial teenagers on how to start and scale up their own eCommerce stores. In 2019, soon after the outbreak of the worldwide pandemic, Reilly started an eCommerce store where he sold craft and hobby products to families stuck at home. With this unique venture, he made $70,000 in a month and was featured in multiple national publications. In 2020 Reilly became the director of Charity Exchange and the Head of Ecommerce at DE Innovations Inc.
Reilly has an identical twin brother who is a successful actor and Tik-Tok star with over 400,000 followers
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