How a Kid Can Successfully Start a Business

Updated on February 23, 2018
A young entrepreneur selling lemonade at a very affordable price; finding the right price is the key to success.
A young entrepreneur selling lemonade at a very affordable price; finding the right price is the key to success. | Source

Earning Money As an 11-, 12-, 13- or 14-Year-Old

Under the age of 15, it is hard to find ways to earn money. You can't drive, are too young to be hired by a restaurant or business, and it's still risky to sell to strangers without a trusted adult around (and without new customers, a business cannot grow). However, a little bit of help from a parent or another trusted adult can make a world of difference!

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Have a knack for cooking? Begin your own sweets bakery, making cakes for everything from birthdays and anniversaries to graduations!
Have a knack for cooking? Begin your own sweets bakery, making cakes for everything from birthdays and anniversaries to graduations! | Source

What Do You Like to Do?

The very first thing is figuring out what you like to do that other people might pay you for. For example, you could:

  • Make and sell jewelry
  • Babysit or pet-sit
  • Edit photos or videos
  • Bake
  • Wash cars
  • Clean
  • Do yard work

That idea is the beginning of your own businesses!

The most important part of all of this is that you enjoy the activity. If you try one job out and don't like it after the first few gigs, think about it some more and choose something that might work better. Ask an adult to help you brainstorm activities that use your passions passions, talents, and strengths for your business!

Discuss the Basics With Parents

Once the type of business is decided, it is time for the big talk with the parents. Parents will have to take care of everything from taxes and paperwork to legal matters and bank accounts, so they must be involved and have some influence in the business. This is not to scare anyone off, as an unofficial business could still be operated. However, should it become highly successful and profitable, it will be necessary to make it official so that taxes can be paid as required. This is highly unlikely as most kids do not earn a livable income from the small odd jobs that they find, so it is not a huge concern for the most part.

Customers, Promotion, Scheduling, and Working

Once you've got your idea, these are the most important parts of beginning your own business!

When you knows what you will be doing, you have to let people know what service or good you are offering! This is called promotion. From telling people (either in person or through email or social media) to posting signs, get the word out that you are the person to go to for what you are selling. This will begin to pull in customers.

Once customers begin to flow in, you will have to learn how to properly schedule your customers so that you can work for them during their free time, after school, or on weekends. Ask your parents for help coming up with a system so you do not miss appointments. Home-schooled kids tend to have a bit more flexibility, so this is a wonderful opportunity for those students.

Once the customers are scheduled, you can begin to work! All kids should discuss this with their parents, as you may need assistance with promotion, communicating with customers, determining prices and rates, and transportation.

How to Determine Prices and Rates

It is important to remember that supply and demand is what determines how high of a price is on a service or product.

Supply means how much of your product or service is out there. For example, if you're mowing lawns, the supply for your service is how many other people are also offering to mow lawns where you are.

Demand means how many people want your product or service. Live in a neighborhood with a lot of rock gardens, or with very few yards? Not as many people need their lawns mowed, so the demand for your service would be lower than if you lived in a place where everyone has a lawn.

If there is a low supply and a high demand, you can charge more money. If there is a high supply and very little demand, you can't charge as much money—you might even need to sell something else. Your business choice should reflect this. A low rate helps beat out competition, but it could mean that you are working for too little as well. A price that is too high will deter customers. Compare your ideal rates to those of businesses and other service providers in your area. It should be slightly lower than the competition. This way, customers will see that they have the opportunity to get the service or product and save money!

Check out this vintage ad for a lemonade stand. These days, kids are a lot less likely to try to earn money from the world around them through different odd jobs. Our kids can change that and become the new age child entrepreneurs!
Check out this vintage ad for a lemonade stand. These days, kids are a lot less likely to try to earn money from the world around them through different odd jobs. Our kids can change that and become the new age child entrepreneurs! | Source

How to Promote a Child's Business

When you decide to start a business, your parent will likely be involved in a lot of the work. Ads must be created in all different forms and sizes, complete with text, photos, and more. A phone number, email address, Facebook page, and website should all be set up. This gives potential customers more methods of communication, making it easier for them to order the service or product.

Ads should be placed on online classifieds, in newspapers, at popular pedestrian corners, on store billboards, and more. Door-to-door advertising, and calling up friends and family are both options. Word-of-mouth is a very important form of advertising when it comes to the business of a kid, as it is more likely that the potential customers are safe.

And once you get someone to buy from you, keep in touch! They're more likely to buy again than someone who never has. Keep phone number lists, email sign-up programs, regularly updated Facebook pages, and more. By keeping in contact with past customers, they will not forget the business and will be much more likely to return for more in the future.

Keeping a very detailed schedule will help you learn not only responsibility and organization skills, but also time management and customer management. Vital skills as a young entrepreneur!
Keeping a very detailed schedule will help you learn not only responsibility and organization skills, but also time management and customer management. Vital skills as a young entrepreneur! | Source

Scheduling Customers for Services and Products

Once potential customers begin responding to ads, you or your parents can begin responding to the interested consumers and building schedules. Keeping a schedule of your clients and their needs allows you to keep your tasks neat and tidy, complete all projects on time, and keep all customers happy. You wouldn't want to forget about someone who wants to buy something from you—he or she likely won't come back!

A schedule is very important, because it is very bad if a customer is forgotten or enough time is not allocated for a particular job. You also do not want to be late for a job or appointment. Keeping everything organized, punctual, and satisfactory is very professional and keeps customers happy.

Working and Keeping Customers Happy!

After everything else, it's time to work! You can set up your business so that you are paid before or after services are performed or products are sent to the customer. Different business models require different payment structures. After the transaction is complete and the work is finished, you will be very happy to see that the customer is enthralled with your work; this is very rewarding!

In order to keep the customer happy, you need to offer fair prices and helpful services or products, stay true to your word, do all of the work as you have advertised, be on time with your job and delivery, be kind and appreciative to the customer, and thank them. This builds a worker's and a business's reputation through testimonial sites and word of mouth. Keep your customers happy and word will spread—bringing more business for you!

Never Give up

Once a business has been started, it will be easy for the business to flop over and fail. I cannot stress enough how important it is to continuously care for and believe in your business. If the owner is not wholeheartedly involved in the operation, it will not stand a chance. By keeping up with your businesses needs and nurturing it, the company will stand to see many more positive, profitable, and promising days. Never ever give up on your business; remember, the going will become rough at times, and it is up to you to triumph over the challenges!

Learn how a kid can successfully start their own business, and write their own financial future.
Learn how a kid can successfully start their own business, and write their own financial future. | Source

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        dylan 

        5 hours ago

        im 14 and I want to start a sweet business and I don't know where to sell them anyone got any suggestions ?

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        Jessica 

        12 hours ago

        I'm 11.Me and one of my close friends want to start a baking business. My brother and sister may be able to help later when we can afford to pay them. But we have alot of homework and I struggle with math, the subject we have the most. Also I have no idea how to tell my parents, her parents have already agreed.

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        Jessie Lynn 

        13 hours ago

        I would not start a slime business. I tried it and it lasted about 3weeks. Also it is very messy.

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        Jasmyne 

        5 days ago

        I agree with Jenny. I don't know HOW to start a business! Any suggestions? :/

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        Aliya 

        5 days ago

        I want to start a fashion and hair shop

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        Jenny 

        7 days ago

        I don't know how to start my business and my mom and dad don't believe in me that i can do it.

        What should i do im only 10?

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        Kallie 

        2 weeks ago

        I want to start a hair business or a bakery in my home with my bff do you think it’s the right choice?!

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        Jessica 

        3 weeks ago

        Hi I wanted to start my print thing and I am planing to℅

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        Grace 

        4 weeks ago

        Hi there, I am 11 years old and I really badly want to start my own bakery but the problem is I LIVE IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE!!!!!!!!

        I just love to bake and there is nobody to sell to I'm a great baker and it is so easy and fun and i also wonder if you need a special permant or something to start your own buissness any who thanks for the advice

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        Don 

        5 weeks ago

        were do i go to edit someone's videos or photos to get money and I have all equipment like photoshop and a premiere pro vid editor and I have a dslr canon camera to take pictures

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        Princess 

        5 weeks ago

        i would like to start a business in another country but don't know where to buy bulk. i am really willing to start a business of my own....

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        bob 

        5 weeks ago

        i am 12 I'm inspired by people earning money by themselves but I don't know how to start my own business please help.

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        17 year old girl 

        7 weeks ago

        For all of the younger kids out here, reading the comments. If you want to start a business, start small. Create and hand out flyers to people in your city, and cities nearby. I have a dog sitting business and started when I was 13. Don’t give up, the road is really long in the business path, but if you stay on track you’ll be fine. Good luck!

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        11 year old boy 

        7 weeks ago

        I’m doing the same as SEMAJ! A cupcake business. My inspiration is 2 broke girls!

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        nooralvi126 

        8 weeks ago

        hey im just 14 help me out how to start a online business

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        Emily 

        2 months ago

        I'm 11 years old and I need to save money for a phone. Me and my friends decided that we would open a craft business but we don't know if we need a permit. Do we or do we not?

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        alexa 

        2 months ago

        i was thinking of starting a bakery with a friend I am only 10

        but we don't know very much about businesses but we have been researching

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        semaj 

        2 months ago

        well I'm thinking of starting a cupcake shop

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        9 year old girl 

        2 months ago

        I was thinking that I can wash cars, even I am a girl.A 9 year old girl. Is that right?

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        Honey Bee 

        2 months ago

        i need money could you give us ideas for busnisees

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        Baker 

        2 months ago

        I want to open like a mini bakery stand. But I don’t know if I need to have a permit to do it. Do I?

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        some kid 

        2 months ago

        I'm 10 and I need the money to buy a phone. yeah it sounds spoiled but I really need it right now I can't really explain all of it sorry. I need to get $600-$700. I'm thinking of selling any old clothes or candies, pop, and junk. you guys could try tutoring younger kids too.

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        16 year old boy 

        2 months ago

        Well am 16 .... and these days am just roaming across the world through internet searching opinions and feedbacks from others about marketing....investing...market stocks.....etc. and after looking the comments down below..i can tell u guys thats its long way run and for many it will end up with nothing ...so just dont loose hope i can go up and up... just keep on trying and trying and one day the day will be only yours..... keep up

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        Ka'mauryHudson 

        3 months ago

        I want to be successful at things and earn money to pay for the things I want also importantly the things I need

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        Crystal 

        3 months ago

        Am 12 and I have always wanted to start my own business but I ccan,t but today am going to start GOD bless the Author who ever he is

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        Priscillag 

        3 months ago

        Am 12 I like music and I also love artworks so am confused on what business to start

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        juwels khoza 

        3 months ago

        i also wanted to be come a business women at my age i want to back but i cant do that without a partner wel dn who have achieved your goals and dream

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        bodie holderman 

        3 months ago

        wish i had time to make money

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        Someone 

        3 months ago

        I want to start a slime business but I have so much to do and I will never give up

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        jasmine 

        3 months ago

        I'm 12 and I want to start making a baking business where I sell cookies and brownies and cakes etc but I don't know how too start it

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        Sophie 

        3 months ago

        I'm only 9 years old and i'm thinking of starting a bracelet business

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        Chelsea 

        3 months ago

        I am 14 years old and I want to start my own babysitting business but I'm not sure how... I babysit for my mum's friends sometimes and I know how to cook clean and put them to bed at the right times and if they are really little I know how to change dipers and stop them from crying and easy be able to put them to bed I just need help starting my own business

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        Amelia Rose Breese 

        3 months ago

        I am 9 years old and I am trying to have a clothing line. But I can't do the legal stuff. And my mom does not believe in me at all. She says that I can't have a clothing line. But it is my dream. And I can't just give up my dream. I don't know what to do.

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        Georgina 

        4 months ago

        Im 13 and theres a fair next week in a town near where i live. Im thinking of selling my cards and framed artwork. Possibly bookmarks!

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        Gretchen Napier 

        4 months ago

        I am 12 years old and I am trying to start a little business to save money for the beach this summer with my cousins. I wanted to sell the art supplies I get from the store. Whenenver I think of starting a business, I think of going all out and I want the same thing for all of us. Thanks for reading this if you did.

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        nickname kiwii 

        4 months ago

        I am 12. I want to start a lemonade business but I live in a very very small neighborhood. Does anybody have any tips.

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        Emma 

        4 months ago

        I am 11 and want to walk dogs and pet sit also I do my weekly chores to get money, but that is just not enough because I only make about $8 a week. I think I am going to start a dog/lemonade stand/car wash business. Thanks WEHAVEKIDS for the advice. Also guys if ya'll are going to do slime do it on www.etsy.com if you parents let you because you can make a ton of money there!

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        princess me 

        4 months ago

        I'm 14 and i can babysit, i can clean, and my brother's going to teach me how to make bracelets and i can make slime for friends and sell it to them thank you so much your advice really help, it could really help me start my own business

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        max 

        4 months ago

        okay i think it will work

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        nun yo bisness 

        5 months ago

        ok so im 12 about to be 13 in july and i love to bake and i want to tart a bakery but im having trouble ok so i know what im doing but how do i start a bisness and be sucessful at it. and what do i need to be abl to start because people say i need a tfn of something

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        Natalia 

        5 months ago

        Thank you

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        Mhauc 

        5 months ago

        Is a lemon juice stand better than a jewelry

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        Xyandra 

        5 months ago

        I'm 13 and i think the info here are really going to help us to start just a little business..like duh? Who lives this century without money..I just wanted to do this to help my parents coz they're working too much..I'll try the lemonade stand.....Thanks for who you are who think of this business.

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        Hi 

        5 months ago

        Lemonade sstand

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        not telling you 

        5 months ago

        i am starting up a business

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        Not saying ma name 

        5 months ago

        Hi good site aye

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        Lucy 

        5 months ago

        I love to dance

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        Rylie Hesselman 

        6 months ago

        I am 13 and in the 8th grade and since this was three years ago, there ARE other options such as making slime or friendship bracelets, but my point in if you want to start a business and you don’t like doing any of the things that are on the list then think OUT of the box that’s the point. To be different than others and do what you want to do.

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        Brayden 

        6 months ago

        AM 12 and i want to do yard work for seniors because i have some in my neighborhood and there home is old and it doesn't look like it has been kept up with. Should I start that business?

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        Julian 

        6 months ago

        I am 12 and i have everything planned out becaus i wanna start my own computer or electronics brand do you need a permit or anything for that

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        ISAIAH WYMAN 

        6 months ago

        HOW DO I MAKE A BUSINESS UNKNOWN KNOWN AND NE REMEMBERED FOR IT ALSO WITH LEGACY

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        Unknown 

        6 months ago

        How do you get legal permits because I really want to start a cake baking business.

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        M. W. 

        6 months ago

        I am 10 and I have had a business with 3 friends we selled lemonade and got $67 in cash but I moved now I want to start selling jewelry because I got a kit for Christmas I want to sell it at school but only have little experience.

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        Iris 

        6 months ago

        Hi,I'm 11 and I'm thinking of starting a nail salon.

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        Andriunna 

        6 months ago

        Hey I'm 11soon to be 12 I love to create stuff and design clothes

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        renae 

        6 months ago

        Hi, I am 12 years old and I have a passion for cooking and baking but it is kinda hard because I have other things 2 focus on e.g. school

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        Daniel 

        6 months ago

        I'm 12 and thinking about starting a dog walking company but I'm scared that it will fail

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        michael 

        7 months ago

        I am 13 and i want to start a company called Hot wheel costums because can have not that many colers on hot wheels so i am willing to do what i love

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        Eseosa Edosomwan 

        7 months ago

        I am 10. I want to start my own jewellery company.

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        Horselover 

        7 months ago

        I am 11 years old and I want to run my own dog company w hen I am 14 can I do that with out a special permits or liscense

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        Just starting 

        7 months ago

        I am 11 can I start a toy company????

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        brooke 

        7 months ago

        i am 14 and i have always wanted to have a bakery since i have been 6 and now i am going to try and succeed at my dream bakery

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        keyana 

        7 months ago

        I am 12 years old and I always want to sell home made bags

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        Ruby Nonyas 

        7 months ago

        Can a 12 year old open a candy business without a permit or liscense??

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        megan 

        8 months ago

        I'm 11 and I've always wanted to open a bakery.

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        Eve 

        8 months ago

        I'm thirteen, could i sell my homemade cosmetics?

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        THE PERSON IN YOUR CLOSET 

        9 months ago

        13 AND WANT TO BUILD A GAME COMPANY BUT I WILL START WITH CLOTHES SUPPORTING IT AND I FORGOT CAPS LOCK IS ON

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        shawn 

        9 months ago

        is it legal for kids to make online business

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        PRIVATE UNTIL MY BUSINESS IS CREATED 

        9 months ago

        I'm 11 and I want to start up a business that assembles furniture such as kitchen chairs, carts to put clothes on, etc. The customer provides the furniture and the money, I assemble it and provide the fully assembled furniture.

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        diana 

        9 months ago

        this is really motivating and i could even do more.

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        Luna 

        9 months ago

        Good but it didn't help much .She still doesn't have €2.She's really annoyed and she's 11 .

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        Gregory 

        9 months ago

        I'm Gregory Mike 12 years old and I was thinking about making money by training dog I have a very lot of experience with dog training can sombody please help??? PLEASE it would be a huge excitement for ME

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        Cecilia 

        9 months ago

        Hi I'm Cecilia I want to set up a way for earning money as I'm a spender not a saver I am also 10 years old does anyone have a suggestion

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        (BLANK) 

        10 months ago

        Hi, I'm 12 and would like to start my own business, but I want it to be successful. I would like it to be something useful, any recommendations?

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        Declan 

        10 months ago

        I'm 11 years old I want to start a yard work business and raise $6,000,000 so I can buy farm animals for our new house in Texas.

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        Ethyn 

        10 months ago

        Hi! I'm Ethyn and I am 13 years, old. I want to start my own tech company like Apple or Samsung, I have the prototype for some products, how do I advertise them?

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        Kayciann 

        10 months ago

        In 11 years old, and i want to be a lawyer went I grow up but as a little kid I want to be a photographer and I will like to do a cooking lesson .I want to raise $4,750,000 to buy a house when I came out out of college and get a master degree .Also I want to make my family proud of me .What should I do?

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        alemaj 

        10 months ago

        Im 10,and i want to be a photographer.but im a kid,wht can i do i want now?

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        Sisi 

        10 months ago

        I'm 12, and I'm really into Photography. I'm actually really good at it. My mum and dad are helping me turn my Photography skills into a business. I already have one of my friends mum and dad asking me to come to their wedding in Greace so I can be their wedding photographer.

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        elietame12354 

        10 months ago

        im 11 and i want to be a baby sitter but at my age parents dont trust me

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        Pola 

        10 months ago

        I am eleven years old and I want to open a tutoring business for elementary schoolers. But I do not think parents will trust me because of my age.

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        graceisme 

        11 months ago

        i am 14 and have been baking since i was 6 i have the know-how and skills to make and sell cakes and other desserts but i am not sure how to go about starting a "business"or whatever so i can make some money and use my skills or whatever so yeah

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        ANTZ27 

        11 months ago

        Hey, I want to start a business of cooking, but I'm only 9, and I have a feeling either nobody will take seriously or I won't have enough customers. Plus, the 2 places I could have my business, the first one is near Aldi's and Marks Pizzaria, and tthe second one is near Palidino's Pizza

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        mpho 

        11 months ago

        I want to start my own clothing line . I have a business partner , material ad etc , I just need start up capital .

        I even know a designer

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        Tayeab Hoseny 

        12 months ago

        I opened up a store at the age of 13 and i sell go carts,racing go carts,pocket bikes,pit bikes, dirt bikes,quads,and atvs. I also have a shop that fixes what i sell its inside my store and my shop can customize.

        Last month i made $200,000 in profit and i bought my self a Rolls Royce Ghost and Phantom

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        Rise above cupcakes 

        12 months ago

        Hi I'm ten and want to start a cupcake business with my friend. Do I have to get a special license to sell the cupcakes?

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        Sophie 

        12 months ago

        Hey, I'm 12 and I love interior design ( I've designed most of the rooms in my house) but I'm worried that if I make a business people won't take it seriously and I won't get paid. I'm not sure if I should make a portfolio or something to show my customers and how to figure out the money system. Should I go and give them a qoute or ask what there budget is and they give me the money and I give them whatever is left of it.

        Please help I love interior design

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        George 

        12 months ago

        I'm 12 and I wanted to make a t-shirt company and I looked at this website, then I figured it out and now I'm earning £1500 a week from my company!

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        Marz 

        12 months ago

        Angryelf,

        I wanted to sell things online but I can't find a good way to do this!

        I keep trying to find things but I have to pay a fee and I worried if my business doesn't work that I waste money...

        Any Ideas? Thanks!!!!

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        James D Cook 

        13 months ago

        I will wash people's cars

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        bob 

        13 months ago

        cool

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        bree 

        14 months ago

        I am trying to figure out how to make a schooling business that will be helpful in school but you can work your business while you are at school and making money.

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        Charles 

        14 months ago

        hi my name is Charles I want to start a company named charlie's custom bike logos

        I enjoyed reading this article!thank you

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        Melina 

        14 months ago

        I need help starting a business um.. I am trying the best i can i really need help

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        Mellow :I 

        14 months ago

        I'm a 13 yr old and I'm saving up because in the future I wanna meet up with a very close friend of mine and plane tickets are expensive, so I'm not giving up! :) Thank you sooo much for the tips :)

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        kitty boo 

        14 months ago

        for me the best thing to do is to make cakes and little girl scounts cookies

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        Kids business 

        15 months ago

        Thank you all tell my kids if the want to start a business

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        O.L.A 

        15 months ago

        Hello. I'm 11. I really want to start my own bookstore business, but I have no idea where to start.

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        Edward 

        15 months ago

        I'm almost 13 and I wanna have a mechanic job I need info on stuff like price for labour

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        Caitlyn 

        15 months ago

        I am 11 and I want to make a business on selling slime but I don't know if I should make the business I already talked to my mom and she is ok with it and said she will help but I am nervous about it and I was looking into if I could make a business and this page really helped me with all of my questions thank you for this and you are really amazing. :)

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