|Born||June 1974 (age 45)|
Clerkenwell, London, England
|Education||University of Porto|
|Known for||founder of Farfetch|
|Net worth||US$1.4 billion (September 2018)|
Neves founded a software firm called Platforme for small fashion brands in 1996. His grandfather owned a shoe factory. In 1996, at the age of 22, he launched a footwear brand named Swear, and opened a store in London. The brand sold to other shops. He started a retail fashion store named b Store on Savile Row in London in 2001.
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