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Interview with 14 Year Old Entrepreneur, Chef Remmi Smith

Chef Remmi Smith is the living embodiment of the Kidpreneurs philosophy, “it’s never too early.” At fourteen years old this dynamic and driven young woman is taking the nation by storm one school cafeteria and teen at a time. Remmi has partnered with Sodexo, a large provider of school lunch programs, to be their student

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Kidpreneur Rachel Zietz Is Building Better Lacrosse Equipment

Rachel Zietz loved Lacrosse but got fed-up with the products on the market that were constantly falling apart and needing to be replaced or repaired. She kept thinking Lacrosse would be a whole lot more enjoyable with equipment that actually worked and lasted for a long time. So she did what any teenage kidpreneur does…

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Meet The 15-Year Old Innovator Who Reinvented Water

 Carter Kostler saw some disturbing statistics about childhood obesity that he didn’t like. He witnessed first hand at his own school the rampant consumption of sugary sport and soda drinks by kids and new this was a leading contributor to obesity and diabetes in kids. He decided decided to innovate a solution from something he

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Kidpreneur Designer Mackenzie Gass, Founder Of More Than Jeans

We always get excited when we get stories about real life kidpreneurs that are making waves in the business world. Today we’re featuring an interview with kidpreneur and eco fashion purse designer Mackenzie Gass. Mackenzie got the idea to recycle existing material, in this case jeans, into an unexpected new product: purses! We spoke with

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10 Young Brilliant Minds You Will Want To Know About

Gen Z is a group that’s comprised of high school students and younger, yet they’re poised to become the most entrepreneurial generation we’ve ever seen. Born between 1994 and 2010, these young minds grew up with the technology in-hand most of us have had to learn. Compared to their slightly older Gen Y-ers, who were

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Five Great Habits That Kidpreneurs Should Start Building Right Now

You’ve read the book, you’ve got your idea, but now you’ve got to start living the kidpreneur lifestyle to back it up. Whether you end up starting your own business or not, it’s important to build your life around good habits. Spending a weekend fragging noobs in Call of Duty, though tempting, isn’t going to

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Gary Vaynerchuk Loves Kidpreneurs

Gary Vaynerchuk wants you to find that thing you love and start doing it, and when you succeed – let him know. His book Crush It explains that, using today’s social media, you can turn your passion into profits. Although his business focus and his first expertise is wine, he is also considered an expert

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