5 Entrepreneur Kids with Hundreds Thousand Dollars Revenue
Posted on September 10, 2015 | Posted in Inspiring Stories | Leave a response
If most children spend their time playing and school, these children already succeeded to create their own work and have an income to reach Hundreds Thousand Dollars.
Here are 5 young entrepreneurs with Hundreds Thousand Dollars in businesses:
1. Moziah Bridges (Mo’s Bows): All starting with his penchant groomed by wearing a bow tie. Moziah trouble finding a bow tie to suits his taste. At the age of 9 years, he learned to sew with her grandmother and started making his own tie, which is then resold through the company’s Mo’s Bows where Moziah served as CEO.
His success as an entrepreneur and leading companies Mo’s Bows makes him oftenly interviewed, including invited to the world famous talk show Oprah Show. Now at the age of 13 years Moziah Bridges already produced more than 200,000 Dollars.
2. Hart Main (Man Can): The inventor of scented candle tin cans specifically for man at that time was 13 years old. Hart got the business idea after seeing his brother who sells scented candles for women, for school fundraising. Hart’s unique idea is the use of tin cans of soup as an option container candle creations. Before making candles, the company established Hart will buy a number of tin cans to be donated to a soup kitchen. After the soup was donated to the less able, tin cans will be taken back and cleaned to be used as a container candle making.
However, candles are made from top quality materials. So those who bought candles Man Can not only get the candle but also help those who are less fortunate. Capitalize 1 million of the results delivered newspapers, candles Man Can now has 60 outlets in the United States was able to sell 10,000 candles each month with the average price per tin reached 12 dollars.
3. Evan (EvanTube): With the help of his father, this 8 year boy launched his own YouTube channel this year with the name EvanTube and produce 130,000 USD annually. The uploaded video was the result of the review of children’s toys available in toys stores, and talk about what toys that are loved by children of his age. No one ever guessed that from a pleasure of playing can generate huge income for his age.
4. Charli (CharlisCraftyKitchen): started in 2012 at the age of 6 years, Charli (9) often make a tutorial about the food and then upload them to YouTube and has her own channel called CharlisCraftyKitchen. The younger sister Ashlee 3 years acted as food tester. Now this two sisters channel has been watched by 29 million people each month. Made them famous and get earning more than Rp. 165,000 dollars.
5. Ryan Kelly (Ry’s Ruffery): When he was 10 years old, Ryan adopted a dog from a shelter. However, a dog named Barkley did not like dog biscuits sold in pet shop. That’s why Ryan started making his own savory biscuits for his dog. This leads Ryan attend the Shark Tank Show where his business ideas accepted and helped to develop. And now at the age of 12 years, Ryan homemade dog biscuits available in 1000 Target stores. And in the future, Ryan plans to expand the business up to the biscuits for cats as well as special toys for pets.