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	Franchise Players: A 19-Year-Old-Theater School Franchisee on Discipline

Franchise Players: A 19-Year-Old-Theater School Franchisee on Discipline

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This Scottish Razzamataz Theatre Schools franchisee used franchising to get into business young while learning from an organization's experience.
April 23, 2014 in Franchises
	Business-Savvy Teens Tap Dynamic New Collector's Market: Designer Sneakers

Business-Savvy Teens Tap Dynamic New Collector's Market: Designer Sneakers

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Much-coveted shoes are being bartered and sold by high schoolers at sneaker conventions across the country at eye-opening prices, The New York Times reports.
April 17, 2014 in The 'Treps
	Think Your Job Sucks? New MTV Show Profiles Strange and Awesome Career Paths

Think Your Job Sucks? New MTV Show Profiles Strange and Awesome Career Paths

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MTV's new series, which profiles snake venom milkers, beer keg inventors and junk food bloggers, represents the networkÂ’s first foray into business-centric content.
April 15, 2014 in The 'Treps
BY | April 4, 2014 in Technology
	Why Microsoft Is Thankful for a 5-Year-Old Xbox Fan
A little boy discovered a major security loophole in the product, something people 10 times his age didn't notice.
	Millennial Misconceptions: How You're Totally Wrong About This Generation

Millennial Misconceptions: How You're Totally Wrong About This Generation

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While millennials are often perceived as lazy, entitled and tech obsessed, research has shown otherwise. Here are the top three millennial myths and tips on how to manage this generation.
April 2, 2014 in Leadership
	8 Lessons This Record-Breaking Girl Scout Can Teach Entrepreneurs

8 Lessons This Record-Breaking Girl Scout Can Teach Entrepreneurs

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Katie Francis sold 21,477 boxes of Girl Scout cookies this year. Here's what she can teach you about entrepreneurship.
April 1, 2014 in The 'Treps
	Meet the 25-Year-Old Wedding Photographer Who Became CEO of Lonely Planet

Meet the 25-Year-Old Wedding Photographer Who Became CEO of Lonely Planet

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Daniel Houghton, a former wedding photographer with no prior executive experience, has been trying to turn around global travel guide company Lonely Planet.
April 1, 2014 in The 'Treps
	Student Startup: Why College Is the Perfect Time to Launch a Business

Student Startup: Why College Is the Perfect Time to Launch a Business

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You are stressed, busy and broke. Of course it is the perfect time to start a company.
March 31, 2014 in The 'Treps
	5 Ways to Teach Your Children to be Kidpreneurs (Infographic)

5 Ways to Teach Your Children to be Kidpreneurs (Infographic)

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It's never too early to teach the building blocks of discipline, structure and planning.
March 28, 2014 in The 'Treps
	3 Ways to Keep College Entrepreneurs' Dreams Alive, Even After Graduation

3 Ways to Keep College Entrepreneurs' Dreams Alive, Even After Graduation

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With many students seeing their college careers end in a few short months, their safety net is also disappearing.
March 26, 2014 in The 'Treps
	Talk About Ambition: One Girl Scout Sold 18,000 Boxes of Cookies

Talk About Ambition: One Girl Scout Sold 18,000 Boxes of Cookies

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Katie Francis of Oklahoma City broke the national record, selling more than 18,000 boxes of Girl Scout cookies in seven weeks. Her secret? Commitment.
March 25, 2014 in The 'Treps
	Inspired or Insane: This 28-Year-Old Vows to Launch a New Business Every Week for One Year

Inspired or Insane: This 28-Year-Old Vows to Launch a New Business Every Week for One Year

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A serial entrepreneur who was once on 'Shark Tank' is embarking on a bold new mission.
March 25, 2014 in The 'Treps
BY | March 24, 2014 in Technology
	Young Millionaire: Inside the Mind of Yahoo's Teen Sensation Nick D'Aloisio
While he has already accomplished far more than most of us will in our entire lives, the humble London 18-year-old says he leads a 'fairly normal life.'
	15-Year-Old Entrepreneur Looks to Disrupt Sugary Drinks Market

15-Year-Old Entrepreneur Looks to Disrupt Sugary Drinks Market

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Recent Shark Tank contestant infuses some 'sweet' innovation in his product that seeks to replace soda and sports beverages.
March 21, 2014 in The 'Treps
	I Had Been Fired and Evicted, and Still Retired at 27

I Had Been Fired and Evicted, and Still Retired at 27

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The young founder of a real-estate firm describes how he made his first million.
March 20, 2014 in The 'Treps
	Franchise Players: This Franchisee Caught the Business Bug in High School

Franchise Players: This Franchisee Caught the Business Bug in High School

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Molly Martin has known since sophomore year of high school that she wanted to be an entrepreneur. Here's how made it happen as a Wireless Zone franchisee.
March 13, 2014 in Franchises
	Franchise Players: A Franchisee Explores the Developing Field of Vapor Stores

Franchise Players: A Franchisee Explores the Developing Field of Vapor Stores

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As a tobacco outlet owner, Nathan Renschler saw the industry moving towards e-cigarettes, or vaping, and followed the growing trend.
March 10, 2014 in Franchises
	Professional Dress Doesn't Have to Mean Boring

Professional Dress Doesn't Have to Mean Boring

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As the world gets more casual, your business appearance still matters.
March 7, 2014 in Lifestyle
	3 Ways to Overcome the Liability of Youth

3 Ways to Overcome the Liability of Youth

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Here are some strategies to make sure your age doesn't work against your business.
March 6, 2014 in Starting a Business
	10 Interesting Investments to Make in Your 20s

10 Interesting Investments to Make in Your 20s

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Before you have any serious financial obligations, here are some things to put your money in that will pay off later in life.
February 26, 2014 in Grow Your Business
	5 'Bad' Millennial Traits That Are Actually Good for Entrepreneurs

5 'Bad' Millennial Traits That Are Actually Good for Entrepreneurs

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Think the 'me' generation is spoiled, conceited and obsessed with themselves? Well, those may be good traits to have in the entrepreneurial world
February 19, 2014 in Young Entrepreneurs
	The Secret Entrepreneurial Lessons of a Liberal Arts Education

The Secret Entrepreneurial Lessons of a Liberal Arts Education

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It turns out, the basic college degree is worth more than it seems.
February 18, 2014 in Young Entrepreneurs
	How Cherishing Mistakes, Being Clueless and Stress Fests Helped Birchbox's Success

How Cherishing Mistakes, Being Clueless and Stress Fests Helped Birchbox's Success

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The founders of hugely successful beauty-subscription service Birchbox find strength in not having all the answers. For our series If I Knew Then, here are a few lessons and pieces of advice from Hayley Barna and Katia Beauchamp.
February 13, 2014 in Grow Your Business
	Why 'Gen Z' May Be More Entrepreneurial Than 'Gen Y'

Why 'Gen Z' May Be More Entrepreneurial Than 'Gen Y'

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Here are five important reasons why the younger generation may be more inclined to be the entrepreneurs of the near future.
February 3, 2014 in Young Entrepreneurs
	Hiring a 'Newbie' vs. an Industry Pro

Hiring a 'Newbie' vs. an Industry Pro

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When it comes to finding qualified hires for your startup, is it better to look for someone fresh out of school or a person that has been around the block?
January 29, 2014 in Hiring Center
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