Kairi. Age: 26.
This story appears in the September issue of Entrepreneur. Cofounders and co—chief creative officers, Da Bomb Bath. InCaroline and Isabel Bercaw were, like many and year-old girls, obsessed with bath bombs. They experimented with their own recipes for the fizzy, fragrant balls, adding a surprise in the center, like a small toy.
Bonnie. Age: 27.
Meet 16 Teen Founders Who Are Building Big Businesses -- and Making Big Money
Being a teenager is not a good excuse to not start making money from your skills or from workable business ideas that are open to all and sundry irrespective of age differences. As a result, there are loads of teens in the United States and in other parts of the world that have made their marks in the world of business and inventions. Some of the examples of some notable successful entrepreneurs who started their businesses as teenagers are; Mark Zukerberg, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, amongst many others. As a matter of fact, Bill Gates started Microsoft in at the age of 20, Steve Jobs co — founded Apples at 21 inand Mark Zukerberg founded Facebook at the age of 19 in
Aurelia. Age: 28.
50 Business Ideas for Teens
Everything that you need to know to start your own business. From business ideas to researching the competition. Practical and real-world advice on how to run your business — from managing employees to keeping the books.
When you think of teen entrepreneurs, most people think of lemonade stands or mowing lawns. But just as the Internet has provided many opportunities for adults to start a home business, so too has it for teens. Just like for adults, the best business for teens is a bit subjective. What might be ideal for one, might be a dud for another.