Monday, September 23, 2013

15-Year-Old Owns Million Dollar Tech Company

What were you doing at age 12?  Jaylen Bledsoe, now a 15-year-old sophomore from St. Louis, began building an IT company, Bledsoe Technologies, LLC.  Three years later, Jaylen’s company is valued at over 1 million dollars!

This young man has done what many people only dream of, while navigating the challenging and confusing tween to teen years.  Bledsoe Technologies is the #1 IT consultancy firm run by a minor in the midwest, and one of the nations fastest growing companies.

What started with two contractors has now expanded to 150 contractors.  So not only is he creating income opportunities for himself, but for others as well.

To accomplish what Jaylen has accomplished takes someone with dedication, work ethic, and wisdom.  Jaylen has accepted the success and attention he’s received with gratitude.  His hopes are to be a blessing and inspiration to other kids. Check out this quote from Jaylen’s blog:

Over the last few years, I’ve been able to motivate that kid who smokes weed all day, to go and learn about entrepreneurship…(motivate the kid) who plays video games all day, to go and learn how to develop his own video game…(and motivate the kid) who’s considered a nerd at school, and is bullied.

This is definitely a young man wise beyond his years.  He is currently working on a project for hotels that will allow you to check into your hotel from your smartphone, and use your smartphone as your hotel room key.  Sounds big, and I am looking forward to seeing how it turns out!

After he turns the tech and business world upside down, Jaylen plans to take his talents to Vanderbilt University  and then on to Harvard.  It’s going to be fun watching this young man work in the future!


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