Meet Ilan Orgel: the Founder of Fusion100 – Teen Blurb

ilan orgel

Today we sat down with CEO and founder of Fusion100, Ilan Orgel. Orgel founded his business in the summer of 2019 and it’s been on the rise ever since then. With athletes like Jordan Nwogu and Immanuel Quickley rocking his clothing, we wanted to dive deeper into the 20-year-old behind this brand.

While on his way to Maryland for college this week, the busy teenager found time to sit down with us and explain how he built his company while still excelling in school. 

Cox: What is Fusion100?

Orgel: Fusion100 is a lifestyle clothing brand with a mission to inspire people to become the best version of themselves. 

Cox: Do you run this company all by yourself or do you have a team?

Orgel: I currently have more than 100 ambassadors and around five different designers I use. We use manufacturers overseas that work with us to create our clothing using the highest quality materials. 

Cox: Where do you see Fusion100 going in the next year?

Orgel: I see Fusion100 growing exponentially, both sales-wise and through social media. Our goal is to grow over 30,000 followers in the next year. I also hope to triple net earnings in 2021. 

Cox: What has been your most satisfying moment in business?

Orgel: My most satisfying moment in business has been seeing my progress from when I started. I have made so many improvements and learned from prior mistakes.

Cox: What is your favorite aspect of being an entrepreneur?

Orgel: My favorite aspect of being an entrepreneur is being able to work your own schedule and develop and sell products you love. Additionally, working for myself and being my own boss has allowed me to learn and grow a lot.

RELATED:  5 Tips For Aspiring Teen Entrepreneurs

You can see more of Ilan’s brand here: fusion100co.com

Have an issue with this article? Request immediate removal by contacting stories@teenblurb.com.

The views, information, or opinions expressed by Teen Blurb contributors are solely those of their own and do not necessarily represent Teen Blurb.