A 16-year-old who set up his first company at the age of 12 claims he has REJECTED a multi-million pound bid from American investors for his latest venture – before it has even launched.
Mohammed Ali, from Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, is set to unveil a price comparison site with his 60-year-old business partner Chris Thorpe and insists its value will soon outstrip the ‘more than £5million’ the pair were offered.
The technology-mad teen already earned more than £40,000 by creating his own video game and a financial app for the stock market after teaching himself how to code.
He claims the price comparison site is unrivaled by competitors and can become a ‘household name’
The sixth-form student said: “We met the investors in London, they were a global data driven company, and they didn’t realise I created all the technology involved.
“The offer was rejected in December, just before Christmas.
“The main reason we …