How Teen Entrepreneurs Can Inspire And Motivate Others
CEO Ram Tumuluri “Before the pandemic, the number of teens starting their own businesses had risen eightfold in the previous decade. While several schools are struggling to stay open, teenagers are reconsidering their life choices. In this article, we have compiled a list of some of the most successful teen entrepreneurs who have shown that age is no barrier to starting and running a successful business”.
Charlotte Kerpen, founder and host, Business Better
Charlotte Kerpen is a serial entrepreneur and podcaster. Charlotte developed an in-depth knowledge of digital marketing when running to become the first female chair of the High School Democrats of America. This taught her how to operate an online business. As a result of that experience, she was able to work as a teen mentor and counselor for hundreds of online businesses. Charlotte’s podcast, Business Better, is a podcast devoted to social good in which she interviews entrepreneurs that use business to change the world.
Moziah Bridges, founder of Mo’s Bows
Moziah Bridges is the founder and CEO of Mo’s Bows, an American bow tie business based in Memphis at the age of nine. Today, sales of bow ties and other men’s accessories have brought in up to $300,000 for Mo’s Bows. Moziah’s humanitarian desires prompted him to launch the “Go Mo!” charity group.
Gift Igbin, founder of G.I Social Society
Gift is a 17-year-old actress and model from Los Angeles who also founded GI Social Society, an online community for teenagers. GISS, which is mainly promoted on Instagram, focuses on assisting teens in gaining trust and guidance while launching their own small businesses. GISS has a program for ambassadors as well as a podcast called SocieTea.
Aliyah Solorio, founder of Aliyah Cosmetics
Aliyah Solorio, a senior in high school, used Shopify to launch Aliyah Cosmetics, a cruelty-free cosmetics brand. Today, Aliyah’s handcrafted products are distributed worldwide. Aliyah capitalises on current trends by using a variety of Instagram promotional tools, such as carousel images, reels, and the use of hashtags to promote her company. Aliyah’s convictions about animal cruelty were paired with marketing sophistication has been able to land quite solidly on her target audience.