Business

Atlanta Teen Entrepreneurs Working To Be Young Moguls

Jordan Williams and Brandon Iverson, both high school seniors and business owners, started the Young Moguls clothing line to help empower young people.

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Jordan Williams and Brandon Iverson, both high school seniors and business owners, started the Young Moguls clothing line to help empower young people.
Jordan Williams and Brandon Iverson, both high school seniors and business owners, started the Young Moguls clothing line to help empower young people. Caption: Jordan Williams and Brandon Iverson, both high school seniors and business owners, started the Young Moguls clothing line to help empower young people.
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President Obama hosted a so-called Demo Day at the White House this week where he renewed his commitment to those underrepresented in entrepreneurship, like women and people of color.

In Atlanta, many young entrepreneurs are involved with tech start-ups and are working on owning their own businesses.

Atlanta teenagers Jordan Williams and Brandon Iverson are part of that group of emerging business owners. At the tender age of 10, the pair started their first company and now, at 17, they have a new brand called Young Moguls.

Williams and Iverson discussed how they got their start at such a young age, their plan for success, their aspirations and more on “A Closer Look.”