1. Articles in category: Youth In Business

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    1. How a 14-Year-Old Jewelry Entrepreneur is Building Her Business One Party at a Time

      How a 14-Year-Old Jewelry Entrepreneur is Building Her Business One Party at a Time

      Came across this fascinating piece from AnnaLea Sloan and it really piqued our interest. It’s titled AnnaLea Sloan: Young Jewelry Business Entrepreneur.

      It shares some really fascinating perspectives on business as a young entrepreneur. Here’s one of them:

      It is important to me to keep the jewelry parties relaxed and personal. I’m not fond of businesses where it feels like people are interested more in making money than in what they are selling.

      If you want more insights from AnnaLea, give the full article a quick read at the website linked below…

       

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    2. Businesses that Young Cash Strapped Entrepreneurs Can Get in to With Minimal Capital Requirements

      Businesses that Young Cash Strapped Entrepreneurs Can Get in to With Minimal Capital Requirements

      Startup capital can be a difficult thing to come by as a young entrepreneur. Teenagers especially would probably find it difficult to secure a loan for their business ideas. Luckily, some businesses don't need much capital to start.

      If capital is your main barrier to starting your own business, this compelling article from Entrepreneur might just help you out. It's called 10 Ventures Young Entrepreneurs Can Start for Cheap or Free.

      In it, Murray Newlands shares some interesting options for young entrepreneurs looking for their next venture. Here’s one that’s particularly enticing:

      Instagram is one of ...

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    3. Mark Cuban Has Some Advice for Parents With Entrepreneurial Kids

      Mark Cuban Has Some Advice for Parents With Entrepreneurial Kids

      Here's a compelling 2018 article from the Business Insider. It's called Mark Cuban Explains the Steps Any Parent Should Take When Their Child Has an Idea for a Business - Whether You Think It's a Good Idea or Not.

      In it, the Shark Tank entrepreneur shares some perceptive ideas. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      It doesn't matter if it's the video game Fortnite or making and selling slime. Finding something they want to learn about and helping them find things to read about sets a natural path to turning that knowledge into a business ...

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    4. Thoughtful Money Advice for Teens

      Thoughtful Money Advice for Teens

      Here's a fascinating article from the Listen Money Matters. It's called Money Tips for Teenagers: Your Future Self Will Thank You. 

      It shares some thoughtful insightsHere’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking: 

      FOMO is fear of missing out. It’s easy to think everyone is having more fun than you are when you’re a teenager. And sometimes, people are having more fun than you. That’s true no matter how young or old you are. It’s important, though, to not give up what you want most for what you want now.

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    5. Becoming an Influencer for Fellow Teens Can Be a Big Business Opportunity Young Entrepreneurs

      Becoming an Influencer for Fellow Teens Can Be a Big Business Opportunity Young Entrepreneurs

      Becoming an influencer is starting to become one of the most lucrative gigs that teens can easily get into. Here's a fascinating article from the MediaKix that talks about why that is. It's called Marketing to Teens? How to Reach Gen Z With Influencers.

      It shares some thoughtful perspectives. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      By creating relatable content, YouTubers earn the respect and trust of their followers. As a result, Gen Zers are 1.3x more likely to purchase a product recommended by an influencer than by a traditional TV or movie celebrity. Furthermore, 27% of ...

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    6. This Bullied Teen and His Entrepreneurship Success Story

      This Bullied Teen and His Entrepreneurship Success Story

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy piece from Entrepreneur and thought that we would share it. It's by Kim Lachance Kandrow and she features the bullied, dyslexic, 16-year-old Ollie Forsyth who fought back by becoming a successful entrepreneur.

      It shares some really fascinating ideas from the young entrepreneur. This one was particularly inspiring:

      Ollie also suggests that all kids, especially teen entrepreneurs, talk about their hopes, dreams and challenges with successful adults they trust and admire. If you don’t have access to a mentor -- aside from his parents, Ollie didn’t when first started out -- connect with a mentor through ...

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    7. What is One of Australia's Most Famous Teen Entrepreneurs Up to Now?

      What is One of Australia's Most Famous Teen Entrepreneurs Up to Now?

      Came across this fascinating piece from Sydney Morning Herald and it really piqued our interest. It’s titled Ben Pasternak Looking to Reinvent the Chicken Nugget.

      It shares some intriguing news of one of Australia's most famous teen entrepreneurs. Here’s a short excerpt:

      Not content with the way the nugget is now, Pasternak believes he's created a snack that tastes as good, if not better than McDonald's McNuggets – but with no chickens harmed in the process.

      Backed by Canadian food giant McCain Foods to the tune of $US7 million ($10 million) as a lead investor, as ...

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    8. From Sneakerhead to Sneaker Millionaire

      From Sneakerhead to Sneaker Millionaire

      Benjamin Kapelushnik is living the life most other kids can only dream of. Here's a fascinating feature on him from Forbes from 2016. It's called Meet the 16-Year-Old Sneaker Reseller Earning Six Figures From Yeezys and Air Jordans.

      It offers us some fascinating insight into the young entrepreneur's life. This one was particularly jaw-dropping:

      Kapelushnik’s stories are colorful; he claims to have profited upwards of $10,000 from a single trade. He bought one pair of Eminem x Carhartt x Air Jordan IV’s, which never made it to retail, for about $12,000 and sold ...

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    9. Businesses That Teens Would Most Likely Thrive In

      Businesses That Teens Would Most Likely Thrive In

      Stumbled upon this noteworthy piece from Profitable Venture and thought that we would share it. It's called 50 Best Small Business Ideas for Teens and Young Adults in 2019.

      It offers us some really interesting ideas. This one was particularly thought-provoking:

      It is easier for teenagers to relate with fellow teenagers; which is why if a teenager opens a video game center, he or she can easily relate with his or her peers who are the largest market for video games. A standard video game center is a place where people pay to play various video games and also ...

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    10. Young Entrepreneur Turns His Childhood Passion of Drones into a Multi-Million Dollar Business, All Before Hitting 18

      Young Entrepreneur Turns His Childhood Passion of Drones into a Multi-Million Dollar Business, All Before Hitting 18

      There's a growing demand for drones. This is what George Matus realized at a very early age while playing with one. We explore how he started with his drone startup in this exciting article from Fortune. 

      This article, titled This Teenage Entrepreneur Raised $2.8 Million for His Drone Startup In-Between High School Classes, has such a fascinating story. Here's a short excerpt:

      He experimented, finding communities of fellow hobbyists online. Early on, he bought a helicopter and modified the device so it could fly upside down. Thrilled with the result, he videotaped the aircraft in action, posting ...

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    11. How To Shine in Business, from One of the Most Premiere Jewelers in the World

      How To Shine in Business, from One of the Most Premiere Jewelers in the World

      We found this fascinating piece from Thought Economics. It's an interview titled A Conversation with Laurence Graff OBE, Founder of Graff Diamonds.

      It has some noteworthy nuggets of wisdom for anyone starting out in business. This one's probably our favourite:

      Entrepreneurship is a way of thinking, a way of acting, that enables you to realise your dreams.  It allows ideas to thrive and become reality and success to be born from hard work, good intention, taking risks and believing in something that others may deem to be impossible.

      Give the full article a read to learn more about ...

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    12. How to Build a Side Hustle While Still Employed

      How to Build a Side Hustle While Still Employed

      Found this piece from Entrepreneur and thought that it would be awesome to share. It's called How My Side Hustle Helped People Live Their Best Work Life.

      It offers some stimulating ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      You have to start building, even if you wind up scrapping what you’ve made later on. In my last role as an executive in venture capital, I advised early stage tech founders. Nearly every company I worked with changed completely within 12 months, but they all needed to start somewhere. Buy a domain. Get an Instagram handle ...

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    13. Business and Life Lessons That Travelling Can Teach Kids

      Business and Life Lessons That Travelling Can Teach Kids

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from Kidpreneur. It’s titled Top 3 Things Traveling Teaches Kids About Business and Life.

      It offers some stimulating ideas. Here’s one that we thought was genuinely noteworthy:

      Few people stop to consider that traveling provides the opportunity to teach kids about business and commerce as well. For kids who are interested in learning more about the dynamics of entrepreneurship, traveling can be an excellent chance to get a hands-on, real-life peek into socio-economics and livelihood across the globe.  As an added bonus, many of the life skills that traveling teaches are ...

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    14. You are Your Product's First Customer

      You are Your Product's First Customer

      Here's a fascinating article from the Entrepreneur. It's called Be Your Own Customer Before You Launch a Product.

      In it, guest writer Imran Tariq shares some insightful perspectives. Here’s one that’s particularly thought-provoking:

      After your company is up and running, it’s easy to forget your beginnings. Don’t lose perspective as you grow and scale. This doesn’t mean you can’t pivot, expand or redefine your customer base, but you can’t forget what helped you get started in the first place. 

      Have a look at the full article for more of the author ...

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    15. Programs for Entrepreneurial Kids

      Programs for Entrepreneurial Kids

      Have you read this interesting article from L.A. Parent. It's called Creative Entrepreneurship Programs for Kids.

      In it, Brenda Rees shares with us some unique entrepreneurship programs for kids. Here's what she has to say about them:

      Lest you think programs, camps and experiences for “artrepreneurs” are just all fun and games, note that many successful innovators got their starts from ideas they had been kicking around since they were young. And some of today’s popular products were created by entrepreneur teens, preteens and even younger kids.

      Take a look at the full article to learn ...

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    16. You Don't Need to Figure Out Your Career So Early

      You Don't Need to Figure Out Your Career So Early

      Here's an interesting article from Psychology Today. It's called a Be in Such a Hurry to Choose Your Career.

      It has some fascinating points to share. Here's one that's absolutely thought-provoking:

      Some people call that skill stacking, where you don't have to be the best at any one thing, but if you have a diversity of experiences, you can overlap them in a way where you create a unique ground to work on or compete on.

      Take a look at the rest of the article for more...

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    17. Blogs That'll Help Young Entrepreneurs Master Leadership in the Workplace

      Blogs That'll Help Young Entrepreneurs Master Leadership in the Workplace

      Young entrepreneurs take notice. Here are some blog suggestions from Under 30 CEO. The article is called 13 Leadership Blogs Every Person Under 30 Should Read.

      It shares an interesting list. Here's one blog that really piqued our interest:

      Started by Alison Green while she was the chief of staff at a nonprofit, Ask a Manager isn’t your run-of-the-mill blog. Instead just simply writing about her experiences or offering advice, Alison invites readers to ask her questions regarding anything from how to ask for a raise to dealing with an unruly co-worker. She also answers real-world questions for ...

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    18. Young Founders

      Young Founders

      Thought we'd share these amazing stories from young entrepreneurs. It's called Meet 16 Teen Founders Who Are Building Big Businesses -- and Making Big Money.

      These teens have made it big with their acute sense for business opportunities. Here's an example:

      Nieves sold Swiss Miss for $1 a cup. When he sensed an opportunity for more substantial treats, he started searching online for the perfect cookie recipe. After three months of baking with his mom, Nieves bit into what he thought was the perfect chocolate chip cookie. The recipe was a hit. “That’s when we knew we ...

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    19. What it Takes to Run Your Own Business

      What it Takes to Run Your Own Business

      Think you're ready to run a business? Here's a fascinating article from the New Zealand Herald that talks a little about your readiness. It's called Are You Ready to Run Your Own Business?

      It shares some interesting insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Set yourself goals. It's good to have short-term, mid-term and long-term goals. You'll probably need to revisit these often as your business evolves and your out-of-business needs change. You'll need to be flexible. The world is moving faster than ever and while businesses are constantly being disrupted, rapid change also brings ...

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    20. Teaching Money to Your Children

      Teaching Money to Your Children

      Saving money, for children, can be a difficult subject to learn but not if you're prepared to teach them properly. This article from Saving Advice can help. It's called 5 Things to Teach Children About Money.

      In it, Susan Paige shares some fascinating advice. Here's one of the more intriguing ones:

      Many parents make the mistake of being secretive with their kids about their personal finances and household budget.

      However, being more open about income and expenditure can help children gain an understanding of how money works.

      Going into minute detail might be a little overwhelming, particularly ...

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    21. Instilling Patience In Kids in Business

      Instilling Patience In Kids in Business

      Thought we’d share this fascinating article from the Kidpreneur Blog. It’s titled Cultivating Patience With a Kidpreneur Business.

      It shares with a great list of things to do to make sure we cultivate patience in our young entrepreneurs. Here they are:

      1. Focus on Progress
      2. Set Realistic Expectations
      3. Celebrate Milestones
      4. Validate Patience

      For a more in-depth explanation of how to accomplish each one, take a look at the entirety of the article at the link below...

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    22. How to Market Your Business Through Online Marketing

      How to Market Your Business Through Online Marketing

      Blogging is one way young people can get their businesses rolling. Here's a fascinating article from the Blogtrepreneur that shares just how we can effectively employ our blogs in our businesses. It's called Excelling with Your Online Marketing Strategy.

      It shares some great insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      If you have a persuasive landing page of high quality the visitors are more prone to subscribe for a newsletter, free coupons or a free trial as they believe you have something interesting to offer. And if you create quite a decent form you will be able to collect ...

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    23. Cultivating a Friendly Atmosphere at the Office

      Cultivating a Friendly Atmosphere at the Office

      Here's a fascinating article from the blogsite Under 30 CEO. It's called 6 Ideas to Form Bonds with Your Employees.

      It shares some really fascinating insights. This one's particularly thought-provoking:

      Forging personal connections with your employees can yield several positive benefits. For starters, your employees will feel more comfortable in their environment. They’ll be more likely to openly communicate with you when they encounter an obstacle or have a request to improve their work conditions. There’s no need to hide work-related problems when solving them feels like a collaborative effort.

      Take a look at the ...

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    24. 4 Things Young Entrepreneurs Should Know Before Starting a Business

      4 Things Young Entrepreneurs Should Know Before Starting a Business

      Want to build a business but clueless about how? Here's some good advice from Young Upstarts for young entrepreneurs out there who have a vision but don't exactly know how to make it into a reality.

      Here's one tip of the more fascinating tips they have:

      If you want to be as successful as you possibly can, particularly in the early days, you’ll need to thoroughly research the market it is that you’re entering, and furthermore the potential clientele that market inhabits. However as well as clientele, you have to consider the competition too.

      Want ...

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