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Andrew started Luhhu in 2018. They detail the beginnings of their company in their Starter Story interview: 
Q: How did you get started on Luhhu?
I’ve had quite a varied background up until this point. I started a web design business while studying computer science at university before dropping out in my last year and heading to London - bored of learning and wanting to make money.
After an internship at one design company and a sales job at two others, I finally burned out, traveled Asia and then landed in Budapest, Hungary and never ended up leaving. After a quickly abandoned attempt at teaching English, I pivoted to building an online marketplace that helped language teachers find students - and it’s through that I learned to use Zapier - a very fortuitous decision in hindsight.
Fast forward two more years, that business was doing OK and I was onto another side hustle as a writer for various ex-pat websites. In need of more work, I tried to join Upwork, only to be rejected because they were swamped with writers.
They offered me the change to apply again if I had any other skills, so on a whim, I decided to offer myself as a Zapier freelancer. That was November 2017 and within 12 hours I had my first piece of work making $20/hour - much more than writing.
First timesheet entry as freelancer
2018 was a blur, my other projects all fell away and I found myself working full-time building zaps for clients. By the end of the year, my rates had quadrupled, I was a lot more confident using Zapier and was ready to take things further.