Moziah Bridges Net Worth: 13-year-old CEO Making Millions With His Bow Tie Empire, Declined FUBU

Posted by Staff Reporter ( on Nov 16, 2015 07:30 AM EST
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LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 11: (EDITORS NOTE: Image has been digitally altered) A guest arrives at the Queen Charlotte Ball on September 11, 2015 in London, England. Queen Charlotte's Ball is the pinnacle event in the London Season. The London Season is rich in history and was formed over two hundred years ago when the custom of returning to London at the end of the hunting season was celebrated with glittering balls and high society events. The modern group of meticulously selected debutantes continue the tradition and celebrate their year of charity fund raising, etiquette classes and debut at The Queen Charlotte's Ball. The young ladies, usually aged between 17 and 20 and wearing dresses designed by Emma Victoria Payne, attend the grand ball where they are presented to guests and curtsey to the Queen Charlotte Cake. King George III introduced the Queen Charlotte's Ball in 1780 to celebrate his wife's birthday and debutantes were traditionally presented to the King or Queen until 1958 (Photo : Gareth Cattermole / Staff)

One of the youngest fashion icons is making a name for himself through his hard work. Moziah Bridges may not be popular [for now] but he's one of the youngest CEOs worldwide. At the age of 9, Moziah started his very own company, "Mo's Bows" back in 2011.

The lad has his eyes on building his massive fashion empire by the time he would reach his 20's.  As per Celebrity Net Worth, he is currently being mentored by the Shark Tank investor, Daymond John, who has a net worth of $250 million. The young CEO has already made several appearances including "The Steve Harvey Show", "Shark Tank", "Squawk Box", and he even took a trip to "NYC's Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week", in which he had an all-in travel for his business venture.

In addition to his success, his efforts landed him in one of the most renowned fashion chain, Neiman Marcus. This being said, it is an achievement event his mentor was not able to accomplish just yet.

Amidst his success, his family has always been supportive of him. His mother, Tramica Morris, stayed beside him every step of the way. Aside from his mother, his grandmother who is a retired seamstress, taught him to sew at an early age.

With just 4 years after starting his very own company, Moziah was already able to build a thriving business. Before making an appearance on "Shark Tank," he was already able to sell 2,000 bow ties which he personally made with his grandmother. He already bought in $55,000 in revenue before his television appearance. Things suddenly increased after his TV appearance, increasing his net worth.

Going on screen on major appearances and being mentored by big companies may have helped him increase his empire in a short period of time, but Moziah declined most offers. As per the website, he was already offered numerous deals, one of which was with FUBU who has a net worth of $100 million. The company offered to mentor him free of charge, he however declined the offer.

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