Have you ever thought of something and quickly wrote it down on a napkin or scrap piece of paper? Often great ideas start out that way, and Moises and Alejandro argue that nothing is ever scrap, every idea has potential. As young entrepreneurs, they walk us through their vision of taking ideas and making them happen.
Alejandro Mendez Rodriguez "AMR", is the co-owner and co-founder of Final Assembly Company, a local clothing brand that started in 2013 and is also a thriving entrepreneur, artist, and graphic designer. Alejandro uses his company and skills to help others by helping them come out their comfort zone and feel good about themselves through his clothing line. He is an artist with a vision, on a mission of success.
Moises "Mo", is an alumni of North High School and born and raised in Worcester, Ma. Mo is the co-owner and co-founder of Final Assembly Company, a local clothing brand that started in 2013. He is a single father, college graduate of Salter College, and is currently working as a Medical Assistant/Phlebotomist. Mo spends his time sketching ideas for his company brand, creating ideas that help Final Assembly move forward in collections that you see to this day. One quote that he always live by is "There is no such thing as scrap paper." He believes everything is used from the past to present, and everything around you can be inspirational, even an idea.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx