Lily, Chloe and Sophie Warren didn’t want to waste leftover beeswax — so they got inventive.
These mini CEOs and tiny entrepreneurs have become successful business moguls before they’ve even graduated from high school.
It took two years to figure out the perfect formula, but now Zolli Pops can be found in 25,000 stores.
Bailee Knighten was inspired by her enterprising mother, so she started a business of her own.
Isabel and Caroline were just 11 and 10 years old when they brought their bath bombs to sell at an art fair — catching the eye of their first business partner.
Zandra Beauty started when the teenager’s dad told her he wouldn’t buy her lip balm — so she made it herself.
At just 13 years old, Isabella Rose Taylor’s fashion line was at Nordstrom. Now the 18-year-old wants to expand.
Cory Nieves started Mr. Cory’s Cookie when he was only 6. A decade later, the company is still going strong.
Griffin “Sceptic” Spikoski’s parents didn’t always understand passion — until he started getting really good.
Carson Kropfl just wanted a skateboard that could fit in his locker — now he’s started a business.
Ryan Rickman started his recycling company when he was just three years old.