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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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Kidpreneurs Interview: Joshua and Zachary Neyens of Buggie Bag

As we often say here at Kidpreneurs, “It’s never too early!” And we recently met a couple of Kidpreneurs who prove that point. Twin brothers Zachary and Joshua Neyens invented their breakthrough product, Buggie Bag, when they were just six years old. Since then, the product, which is a designer dust cover for dune buggies

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Kidpreneurs Interview: Jason O'Neill of Pencil Bugs

People sometimes question whether a kid can truly be an entrepreneur. Sure, they can have a lemonade stand or something like that, but does any kid have what it takes to be a “real” entrepreneur? Of course we knew the answer to that question before writing Kidpreneurs, and since then, we’ve had the pleasure of

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15 Best Podcasts for Kids That Focus on Real World Learning

Podcasts seem to be all the rage lately especially when you consider the fact that so many families and kids have found themselves seeking creative options for things to do during a global pandemic.   It makes sense, given that podcasts are easy to access on most any streaming platform, are usually free to listen

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Kidpreneur Ifrata Liaquat on Kidpreneurship in Pakistan

We love hearing from Kidpreneurs from the U.S., Canada, and all over the world! So we were thrilled when 10-year-old Ifrata Liaquat, an amazing Kidpreneur from Pakistan, agreed to tell us about her entrepreneurial journey and being a Kidpreneur growing up in Pakistan. In the video below, Ifrata has a lot to say about the

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"You've heard the saying, 'It's never too late.' We say, 'It's never too early!'"