News and Articles About Kidpreneurs
The skills and character traits children can learn as little entrepreneurs will help them thrive their entire lives.
Eighteen-year-old Bella Weems started her business to save up for a car but now with more than 60,000 independent sellers across the nation and millions in revenue, this teenage entrepreneur has her sights set on bigger things.
Rachel Zietz is the founder and owner of Gladiator Lacrosse. In school, sales and sports, she plays to win.
Nannies by Noa has posted reported revenues of $375,000 after being founded three years ago by Manhattan-born tween Noa Mintz.
Zollipops are the creation of one innovative, young thinker who knew there was a market for treats that tasted good and were good for you.
Ten-year-old Cory Nieves, founder and CEO of Mr. Cory's Cookies, rakes in roughly $1,000 each week and has hopes of one day helming his own fashion line.
The millionaire mom of two says the first step is not to step in too much, especially when it comes to getting good grades. Also, let your kid fall so she can learn how to pick herself up.
Spending time with ambitious youth is one of the best things you could do to jump start your own ambition.
Lessons come from everywhere -- even that kid selling ice cream from a boat.
It's never too early to teach the building blocks of discipline, structure and planning.
The tech giant will award one winner a $30,000 college scholarship for designing a Google Doodle that finishes this sentence: 'If I could invent one thing to make the world a better place…'
Joey Hudy wowed President Obama at the White House Science Fair and has since secured a spot as Intel's youngest intern.
How local and national publicity helped Julien Leitner, the 14-year-old founder of the Archimedes Alliance, spark change and move the world, $2 at a time.
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