Teen Founders: How these Teens created their own companies.
The world of entrepreneurship is typically looked at as an adult world, but these teens started their own successful businesses when they were still in middle school are examples for all of us. These 3 teens have created 4 businesses, 2 have gone nationwide, 1 has successfully appeared on Shark Tank, they’ve had setbacks but preserved and their average age is 14.
Max Bonnstetter (15), sports reporter, commentator, and personality. He regularly contributes to Sports Illustrated Kids, Sports Illustrated, and the NBA as a Jr. NBA reporter and ambassador.
Jack Bonneau (14), founder of 2 companies, Jack’s Stands & Marketplaces and Teen Hustl. Jack is the youngest to successfully pitch on ABC’s Shark Tank. Teen Hustl is also a 2020 finalist for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Dream Big Awards - Young Entrepreneur Achievement Award.
Alina Morse (15), CEO/Founder of Zolli Candy, an all natural, sugar free candy, that cleans your teeth! . The candy is sold online and in about 25,000 stores in the United States and internationally. Alina is the youngest person to be on the cover of Entrepreneur Magazine.
Gabrielle “Gabby” Goodwin (13), Founder/CEO of Gabby Bows. GaBBY Bows are carried in retail & beauty supply stores in the US and Canada. Gabby was also named the 2018 Black Enterprise Teenpreneur of the Year.