- April 7, 2020
10 year kid from Tanzania launched Kids Finance Startup
Tracy used her savings of 60,000 tzs to design and print the first batch of flashcards. These savings came from the pocket money that her parents used to give her 10,000 tzs for every nonfictional book she read. She had enough money from her savings to work on her idea. When she saw more and more people interested in her cards, she realized that this could be a good business. She then decided to launch it as a business in the year 2019 and named it 'Kids Finance With Tracy.'
- April 2, 2020
Kidpreneur Kayana "Pushing Buttons" venture takes off
Pushing Buttons has been contracted by many retailers like Amazon, Sunny Boy Farms and Sybils Logistics. The company has a solid partnership with Indigo's Love of Reading Foundation, where the 'I Love To Read' button was sold in-store with proceeds donated to the charitable organization.
- April 2, 2020
Imaad Remtula's passion for carpentry
Once, Imaad made a trip to Barranco in Peru. The sprawling plateaus, mesmerizing beauty of the surroundings and the renowned artists he encountered along the way changed his life for the best. He finally ended up merging it with his passion for carpentry. Imaad is fond of carpentry since childhood. This trip to Barranco gave a direction to his interests and set his mind to take up woodworking with the essence of artistry and rawness of nature in it.
- April 1, 2020
Japanese origin teenager running arts and apparel proprietor venture
Ayako loves Arts. She is a fifth-generation Japanese American, and her great grandparents were held in the Japanese detention camps in World war 2. She is very closely involved in the Japanese Americans for Justice organization which is fighting to close all immigrant detention camps, defund family detention and deportation, reunite children with their families and fund humanitarian aid and solutions.
- March 25, 2020
Kierra - The Kandle Girl
Kandles by Kierra is created by a young preteen Kierra Perkins, who is known for her creativity and talent. At the age of 13, Kierra has taken her candle making home business to higher levels. She started it as an art and craft project and to make gifts for her father and grandfather on Father's Day. Today Kierra has turned it into a significant venture