At the age of 16, Wesley Ross is already surpassing boundaries in the business world. He recently started his own company, NorthStar Dynamics, that cater to several products essential during the coronavirus pandemic. In line with that, he managed to secure government contracts and make international deals for PPEs.
“I have always tried to do big things,” Ross told Twin Cities Pioneer Press. “I was not meant to be an everyday high-schooler.”
While large corporations were searching for much-needed disposable masks, Ross’ new company managed to close a deal with a Chinese factory at a relatively reasonable price.
But that’s only a fraction of his new venture. He is also bidding on small contracts that big businesses tend to ignore to supply things needed by the government. He finds a manufacturer to make it, a trucking company to deliver it, and a buyer to accept it. And even though the contracts are small, the quantity is good enough, allowing him to earn almost $10,000 last month.
For more information about NorthStar Dynamics, visit nsdusa.us.