Prince Donnell: 25-year-old entrepreneur grows from $15 hourly pay to CEO

Prince Donnell: 25-year-old entrepreneur grows from $15 hourly pay to CEO

- Prince Donnell, a 25-year-old entrepreneur, has grown from a $15 hourly pay to leading one of the best tax facilitation companies in the world

- The 25-year-old made a bold move to leave the banking industry when he realised that staying there may not fit into what he hoped to achieve

- Donnell later joined his in-law's company called Jumping Jack Tax and quickly got promoted to the CEO of the company after contributing greatly to the outfit

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Prince Donnell, a 25-year-old man, is another inspiration for many entrepreneurs out there hoping to make it big. A college dropout, he started working for TD Bank, and soon enough started selling annuities after getting relevant licenses.

During his time in the banking industry, he was earning $15 per hour. When he saw that he could do more than work in the banking industry, he veered off to join his father-in-law’s tax business called Jumping Jack Tax.

On adding value to the company, he became a partner in the organisation and when he was duly assessed and found out to be a great addition to the business, he emerged the CEO of the outfit.

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The 25-year-old built the company to a repute level, giving over 400 licenses to many in a year in the US.

Meanwhile, earlier reported that a Nigerian with the name Danielle is one of many latched on technology to project the display of not just Nigerian but African pride.

She creates custom generated content for online games where users have the ability to style their gaming characters in ways that look African.

Though she is half Nigerian and half Bajan, she said she started making contents so that she could project herself into it.

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Danielle said she found out the huge gap in the game world that it does not have characters that look African and decided to do something about it.

The character creator said what she does help explore her Nigerian identity as she has used different clothing materials like ankara to flesh out her game characters.

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