With entrepreneurship becoming a highly desired career path amongst the youth, teenagers are showing first-hand that they are capable of running a successful business
Here are 5 businesses founded by young entrepreneurs:
Mikaila Ulmer – Me & the Bees Lemonade
Me & the Bees Lemonade is a freshly-squeezed lemonade with Texas wildflower honey and flaxseed. The company is pioneered by the teenage sensation Mikalia Ulmer who struck a deal with Shark Tank’s Daymond John.
Moziah Bridges – Mo’s Bows
Mo’s Bows was founded by Moziah Bridges who also appeared on ABC’s hit show Shark Tank. The designer bow ties business was born out of the passion to create exclusive and beautifully handcrafted accessories for modern wardrobes.
Josh Richards – Ani Energy
Ani Energy is a low-sugar, low-calorie energy drink that was created by Josh Richards to meet the daily demands of workaholics such as himself. The drink is curated with more caffeine than popular diet sodas but less than the average gas station energy drink so you can drink it without crashing.
Cory Nieves – Mr. Cory’s Cookies
Cory Nieves took his dream of making the world a better place and turned it into Mr. Cory’s Cookies, a pastry business that delivers fresh cookies to your door. His immense passion combined with a love for treats landed him a feature on Shark Tank and the Ellen Show.
Eli Zied – Habits 365
Eli Zied founded Habits 365, a New-York based apparel company that encourages positive habits, 365 days a year. The brand believes you are what you wear, and that your habits will determine your success.
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