From a very young age, Ted Nash had the entrepreneurial spirit. At the tender age of twelve, he created his first business -- Rediz, an online shopping portal. Other businesses he started before the age of 15 included a cloud storage platform, a travel agency, and a music site. At 17, he was the first teenager to ever reach 1 million downloads in the App Store with the app Face Rate which uses facial recognition technology. News International offered him a position as Head of Digital Product Innovation in addition to licensing his software. During his time there, he launched and managed mobile products for The Sun, The Times, and The Sunday Times. Ted was able to save up and also raise investment capital to launch a new business venture with two other entrepreneurs. Currently he is the CEO of Tapdaq, a mobile advertising exchange app in which he was able to raise $1.4 million in capital for the commercialization.