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Interview with Aaron Golbin Founder at

Interview with Aaron Golbin, Founder of

“To create a successful business, you must be willing to put an enormous amount of time and effort into making it thrive.” – Aaron Golbin Our latest featured Kidpreneur didn’t stop at creating just one business.  Aaron Golbin continued his entrepreneurial momentum by achieving success with implementation of three more businesses.   At just 14 years

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These Sister Kidpreneurs are da Bomb with their Bath Fizzers Business

Isabel and Caroline Bercaw are sisters who started their bath fizzers business, da Bomb Bath Fizzers, when they were just 10 and 11 years old. Now, as teenagers of 14 and 15, the pair have a multi-million-dollar business that’s growing leaps and bounds. We had a chance to talk with these sisters recently, and it’s obvious

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Introducing Ben Hampton – Kidpreneur Influencer

Social media has been important to Kidpreneurs and adult entrepreneurs alike for several years now. And the hottest social media network currently is Instagram. Have you ever wondered if a Kidpreneur can become an influencer on Instagram? Well, we were lucky enough to sit down with awesome Kidpreneur, Ben Hampton, recently (@benhampton on Instagram) and

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How to become a YouTuber and published author at 6 years old

Isha Pani (Ice to her family and friends) is six years old. Like most kids, she loves playing with her friends, dressing up American Girl dolls, and solving puzzles. Ice is a swimmer, ice skater, ballerina, and gymnast. She’s also a YouTuber and the author of the cookbook Elementary Cooking: Fun Ways to Introduce Cooking

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7 Keys for Finding Awesome Mentors for Kidpreneurs

7 Keys for Finding Awesome Mentors

There are about a million things people will say are critical for your success as an entrepreneur. Having a great idea to start with is important, and so is stamina, education, and an ability to persevere through the tough times, just to name a few. But I have always thought that perhaps the most important

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Golf By Numbers

9-year-old Seth is taking a swing at the golf industry Seth Damsgard isn’t just a talented golfer. He’s also a clever entrepreneur—and he’s just nine years old. Seth’s company, Golf by Numbers, produces low-cost yardage books for golf courses in several states. It all started when Seth started golfing for tournaments and with his dad. With makeshift sketches of each hole and its yardage,

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Game Reef

Jordan Zietz is solving the problem plaguing gamers nationwide

Ninth-grader Jordan Zietz is the young CEO of GameReef, a rental company specializing in video games and gaming consoles. He started the business to provide a solution for those torn between Xbox or PlayStation, Wii or DS, Fallout 4 or NHL . . . you get the idea. “People have been torn for years .

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Matty and Benny are Helping Other Kids Have Fun and Feel Stronger

Kids are pretty active to start, but between at-school physical education, after-class extracurriculars, and playing at the park, you’d think kids like Matty and Benny Smalarz would be worn out by the end of the day. Not quite—in fact, the brothers have come up with a great way to exercise, feel strong, and have fun

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