Tim Warrillow

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Tim Warrillow
Born1974or1975(age 48–49) [1]
London, England
Education Wellington College
Alma mater Newcastle University
Known forco-founder of Fever-Tree
TitleCEO, Fever-Tree

Timothy Daniel Gray Warrillow (born 1974/1975) is a British businessman, and co-founder and CEO of the drinks brand Fever-Tree. [2]


Early life

Warrillow was born in London, England. [3] He earned a bachelor's degree in business management from Newcastle University. [4]


Warrillow early career was as an advertising executive.[ citation needed ] In 2003, he co-founded Fever-Tree with Charles Rolls. [4] They first met in a pub close to London's Sloane Square. [5]

Personal life

Warrillow lives in London, England. [3]

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