- April 22, 2020
Played games on second-hand PC at 12, and at 23 running a 35 person IT company
Husain told Teenager Startups, "In my school days, there was a lesson of MS FrontPage, which allowed people to create websites without coding." But for this, he needed MS FrontPage software. Since he did not have an Internet connection at home, he went to an internet cafe with his laptop. It was a rocky start, and he failed to download the software.
- April 17, 2020
Sew Awesome | Socially Responsible Entrepreneurship
Socially conscious teens like Ella Psaila recognize a responsibility to provide economic well-being to the poor. Approximately 36% of the world's population lives in extreme poverty, earning less than $1.25 per day. Ella's business model fits within the handloom industry, one of the largest sectors of economic growth and employment in impoverished countries, especially India.
- April 13, 2020
Kidpreneur running a financial literacy non profit - 'The Dream Chasers Club'
Chase Simons is honoured as a medalist of the 'Young Entrepreneur Award' by Made Moguls and is a recipient of the prestigious Young Biz Kidz award. She was also featured in IVY Magazine April 2019 issue. Sharing her valuable tips with all the aspiring young entrepreneurs, Chase says, "Dream big and never give up on your dreams." Chase finds her inspiration from her dad and Robert Kiyosaki, an American businessman, and author. She enjoys their quick-wittedness when it comes to money.
- April 7, 2020
10 year kid from Tanzania launched Kids Finance Startup
Tracy used her savings of 60,000 tzs to design and print the first batch of flashcards. These savings came from the pocket money that her parents used to give her 10,000 tzs for every nonfictional book she read. She had enough money from her savings to work on her idea. When she saw more and more people interested in her cards, she realized that this could be a good business. She then decided to launch it as a business in the year 2019 and named it 'Kids Finance With Tracy.'
- April 2, 2020
Kidpreneur Kayana "Pushing Buttons" venture takes off
Pushing Buttons has been contracted by many retailers like Amazon, Sunny Boy Farms and Sybils Logistics. The company has a solid partnership with Indigo's Love of Reading Foundation, where the 'I Love To Read' button was sold in-store with proceeds donated to the charitable organization.