Companies Found By Amazing Young Entrepreneurs:
Age is just a number- some young entrepreneurs around the world have just proved it right. Their intellect, sheer determination, and fire-filled spirit to make something innovative has made them find the world’s top-class companies with unique services and products. Here is a list of some of them:
Hannah Grace – BeYOUthful
10-year-old Hannah accepted the challenge of her father to create the same products she loved from her favorite health and beauty stores and thus she found this bath bomb business, one can find her products on her own created website of BeYOUthful.
Brandon and Sebastian Martinez – Are You Kidding
13-year-old Brandon and 11-year-old Sebastian, sell their funky and creative socks to enhance people’s stylish outlook along with helping the Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund and Autism Speaks. Their company has partnered with schools since 2014 across the U.S to provide socks for fundraisers at school.
Maddie Rae – Maddie Rae’s Slime Glue
At just 12, Maddie understood how the kid’s world is swayed and excited by the world of slime and thus she made a business out of it. Her booming venture is combined with the love of making slime with her difficulty in finding glue in stores after a lot of error and trial methods. She finally succeeded and expanded her online store to feature a range of slime and related accessories.
Jelani Jones – Lani Boo Bath
She always had a fascination for bath products. At age 9, she virtually transformed her love into a company named Lani Boo Bath. she visited farmer markets and tested a wide range of accessible products. One of the vendors became her mentor and helped her turn her hobby into a bright career.
Sofi Overton – Wise Pocket
The concept of having socks or leggings with pockets has often occurred in the mind of people but Sofi Overton has made it into a product for us – Wise Pocket. Her inspiration came when she saw her own cousin put her phone in her boot due to the absence of a pocket in her leggings. She started working on it and created a sock with a pocket capable of securely holding a phone.
Evan Moana – EvanTubeHD YouTube Channel
He was named YouTube’s youngest millionaire in 2016 and started this channel when he was just in the fourth grade. In his channel exceeding 6 million subscribers, he reviews kids’ toys. He along with his sister takes on kid-friendly challenges like an Oreo challenge or a super gross smoothie challenge. He raises money through sponsorships and advertisements and invests money in his college fund.
Moziah Bridges – Mo’s Bows
After graduating high school in 2020, Moziah started his venture in his grandmother’s kitchen at around 9 years old age. His desire was to find a sharp-looking fashion accessory. The business recognized internationally has inspired Bridges to study fashion designing in college. His company sells bows and ties along with pocket squares, neckties, and apparel.
Maya Penn – Maya’s Ideas
She founded Maya’s Ideas in 2008 when she was just 8. The company sells environmentally sustainable fashion accessories and Penn is the CEO and designer behind Maya’s ideas. Now 19 years old, Penn is the activist behind Maya’s Ideas for the Planet, where 10% of the profit goes to various charities and environmental organizations.
Mikaila Ulmer – Me & the Bees Lemonade
At age 4, after having entered a children’s competition, she needed an idea and got her inspiration from two events. After having been stung by a bee, her family member sent her a great-grandmother’s recipe for flaxseed lemonade. She decided to run the idea of lemonade for her business and wanted to create a product with the help of the bite of honeybees utilizing this recipe.
Cory Nieves – Mr. Cory’s Cookies
Around 6 years of age, he dreamt of saving up for his own car after being tired of taking the bus to school. Her entrepreneurial mind made her begin a quest to create the perfect chocolate chip cookie using all-natural ingredients. She perfected the recipe after trial and error with her mother and turned it into a huge success for today’s overwhelmed generation craving food.