We love hearing stories about successful entrepreneurs, particularly young entrepreneurs. It is not easy to be a successful entrepreneur with around 97% of all startup businesses failing, so those who succeed deserve to have their names shouted from the rooftops. Just three years ago when she was 14 years old, Bella Weems was saving up every penny she could to buy a used car. Instead of buying the used car, Bella began the Origami Owl jewelry company and used this money, and all the money she made from babysitting, to make lockets and sell them to her friends. At age15 the company went into a wholesale model and revenue began to explode. In 2012, Origami Owl turned over $24 million in revenue and now at 17, she expects to hit $250 million in revenue this year. The company provides jewelry to independent Associates who buy items at discount and then sell them to customers at private parties. Last year, Bella bought a white Jeep which she named Alice. Go girl! You are our champion entrepreneur of the week.