Jaylen Bledsoe, started Bledsoe Technologies, a digital company specializing in web design and IT services when he was 13-years-old in 2011. Now, the company is worth $3.5 million and has grown from two to 150 employees.
(Photo: Courtesy Jaylen Bledsoe)
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