- May 22, 2020
Inspiring story of 17 year old teenpreneur Lizzy Lewellyn
There’s so much more that makes Lizzy, “Lizzy,” the way she thinks, how she feels about others, the way she talks, and its beautiful. People often use the term “disability” with her, but she hates that term. She prefers unique or medical/physical limitations because it’s less of a label. Being called disabled puts people in this box of limited potential, and just because someone cannot physically function at 100% all the time does not mean they cannot thrive.
- May 20, 2020
13 year teenager from New York running her toys startup
Lyna intentionally designed toys to make children feel secure and help them to sleep feeling safe. To some kids, the monster seemed like a guardian angel. Parents appreciated the monsters' effect on their kids, especially since, and it helped them sleep at night.
- May 13, 2020
The Serial Entrepreneur and founder of Cox Visuals
He surfed the internet for 'how can a teen earn money' and as we all can expect, the first suggestion that Google gave was to sell candies at school. So the next day the teen went and bought 3 sleeves for a dollar and sold it at school at 1 sleeve per dollar. This way the smart kid made 56 USD on the first day he got introduced to entrepreneurship. Then, after tasting the fun to earn profits, there was no backing off.
- May 13, 2020
Creer sisters start their own business, LovLai Body Treats
“If not now, then when?” is the favourite motivational quote and they have shown that they abide by this quote by starting their business at such a young age. “promote promote promote!” is the vision for the rest of the year. They plan to expand business to achieve business licence and LLC. The pair hopes to become successful businesswomen in the future!
- May 6, 2020
Sanchit Gupta tackles food insecurity by creating MealCare, a social enterprise
Each year, Canadians waste 31 billion dollars’ worth of food, while one in eight families struggle to put food on the table. These issues inspired Sanchit to co-found MealCare. The objective of the MealCare program is simple: divert surplus edible food from grocery stores, cafeterias, and catering companies and donate it to homeless shelters and soup kitchens instead.