Entrepreneur Kids

Meet 12-Year-Old Samuel Keusch, aka The Vaccine Helper

One remarkable, video game-loving New York pre-teen created a website to assist seniors in need. He's since scheduled thousands of people for Covid-vaccine appointments.

Kenny Herzog

How to Teach Kids Financial Literacy in an Ever-Changing World

Parents: No one else will guide your child through the basics of money management, and it's almost never too soon to start.

Peter Daisyme

5 Ways to Build Your Kid's Financial Literacy

To celebrate the launch of our new 'Entrepreneur Kids' book series, here's a primer on helping your young ones learn money management.

Jennifer Dorsey

Brooklyn-Bred Business Owner Starts Student-Entrepreneur Grant in Immigrant Parents' Names

Lorene Cowan founded the annual National Student Entrepreneur Summit as a forum for networking and mentorship. Now, with her father and late mother top of mind, she's raising the stakes.

Kenny Herzog

At Age 12, He Was Cyberbullied On YouTube. By 15, He Was Running a Profitable Marketing Agency for Instagram Stars.

Meet the British teen who stepped away from the camera and started his own successful social media-consulting company.

Kenny Herzog

19-Year-Old Scottish Teen's Cancer Motivates Entrepreneurial Success

Influencer-agency owner Suhit Amin is in remission and leading his company's growth.

Jason Falls

Teen Basketball Trainer Ryan Ang Has Some Tips for Other Young Entrepreneurs

The 17-year-old CEO and high school athlete offers insights on how other kids his age can meet early business goals.

How This 18-Year-Old High School Student Built a 6-Figure Social Media Consulting Business

Joey Ruben breaks down turning Instagram and TikTok into powerful revenue streams.

Dan Bova

This 17-Year-Old Recovered From Coronavirus, and Then Started COVID Candies to Help Fight It

Once Hudson Hale got healthy, he put his entrepreneurial instincts to work.

Kenny Herzog

How This 18-Year-Old TikTok Star Built a Business With 5 Million Followers

TikToker Ryan Shakes shares how he built a devoted and engaged following.

Brendan Gahan

Top 5 Lessons From a Kid Entrepreneur (Pay Attention, Public Schools!)

Entrepreneurial success can start as early as 9 years old.

George Deeb

YouTube Stars Brooklyn and Bailey Started Appearing in Videos at Age 9. Now, They Have Close to 5.5 Million Subscribers.

The twins share about their start on the platform and advice for others looking to build a brand online.

Hayden Field