A thriving new bike repair company in Bermondsey with a clutch of five-star reviews has been set up by two enterprising teenage entrepreneurs.
Bike-mad Denney O’Connell (15) and younger brother Frankie (14) set up Boys on Bikes, or BOB for short, from their family home in Jamaica Road.
John Nierva a young entrepreneur and a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community.
Just a senior high student when he first started, John brought the idea to his parents, who helped him set up the business by using their printing and merchandising resources to create the colorful and striking couple shirts for sale.
Hardik Bhatia, 22, a final-year student entrepreneur at the Dubai branch of the Birla Institute of Technology and Science Pilani, and two of his college friends, the company is looking to transform the industry. SolarGridX plans to raise $250,000 for its crowdfunding platform, which invests in solar projects in India.
Keeley has been recognized 'for going above and beyond in her daily life to create and sustain positive change'. Teen entrepreneur Keeley Murphy is the founder of Teenage charity. Keeley's Cause provides iPads to children with autism and an intellectual disability, enabling them to personalise their education and improve their communication and interaction.
Trey Brown, a teen entrepreneur who turns 14 in December, is CEO of SPERGO, a lifestyle clothing brand focused on empowering and inspiring people to pursue their ambitions. Launched in 2018, his brand has been worn all over the country and sported by celebrities like Meek Mill, Diddy, and Tierra Whack.
Although, two of his initial startups, StartupKafe and Media Expert, failed to accomplish his targets, but he did not stepped back. Now he is an angel investor & Managing Director of Neo Mega Steel and IPO Corner.
Charlotte Gusman, a 17-year-old sixth form student has been keeping especially busy while in lockdown – by starting her own lipgloss business and has been overwhelmed by the response to her cruelty-free, vegan-friendly products.
The 17-year-old lower sixth student from Ilminster, Somerset, who is one round away from securing a £5,000 investment for his sustainable cycling business concept, CogNativeBikes, will take part in a Dragons’ Den-style pitch chaired by Peter Jones CBE, and a network of celebrated business figures.
Shubham hails from Bihar and was born on May 25, 2000. His inclination towards the business world since he was a kid was because of his father Mr. Rajeev Kumar, a popular name in Bihar as an entrepreneur and as a philanthropist. The companies where he is on the list of the board of directors are Sumud Healthcare Private Limited, Vistas Jewellers Private Limited, Shree Gopal Motors, Shree Gopal Auto Private Limited, and Rajeev Tradecomm Private Limited.
At 18, he has already initiated his own player representation agency, Aquila Sports Management, with an aim to contribute to the growth of Goan and Indian football.