News and Articles About Kidpreneurs
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To these motivated young hustlers, running a business is practically child's play.
At 14, Brandon Boynton considered killing himself. Here's how empowering other victims of bullying through his software startup turned the teen founder's life around.
A fun summer business venture may not make them a lot of money, but it can teach youngsters invaluable life experiences and practical skills.
Don't forget how the world looked when you saw many more solutions than problems because life seldom gets less complicated.
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Women entrepreneurs from the recent Houston event explain what's important for growth.
Sixth-grader Mira Modi is on a roll peddling Diceware passwords, and she says it's 'so much better' than being popular in school.
Kids have heaps of energy, get excited about trying new things and frankly are too young to worry much about taking some risks. They can easily be developed into entrepreneurs.
'Being a mentor is the primary thing I want to do in the world,' the Apple co-founder said.
Life doesn't come with an instruction manual, but now aspiring entrepreneurs have a comic book to draw from.
Wireless headphones have been around for awhile, but the Spiro X1 allows people to turn any old pair into a wireless set.
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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.
Small business ideas for kids.
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