YOUNG CEO SQUAD
Teaching Entrepreneurship Early With a Fun Activity Kit
Thinking like an entrepreneur means thinking creatively, being determined, and not letting things discourage you. Young CEO Squad has developed a Kids Business Start-Up Kit that brings to life important business concepts presented for kids to read and experience. This kit contains a guide and products so that kids can learn about goal setting, sales, customer service, and return on investment.
Kid In Business:
How to Keep Your Business Going From Home
Young entrepreneurs and kid business owners: We’ve all had to make changes by staying inside. So how do you keep your kid business growing from home? We'll tell you 6 ways you can still sell your products from your room in your pajamas using email, phone, video chat and more. Kids in business you got this!
ABOUT YOUNG CEO SQUAD
The Journey Begins
Our kids are capable of a lot more than they achieve in their expected roles at school. When they want something different, like starting a business, it's hard to dedicate the time or know where to point them. Young CEO Squad is here to show kids the way forward in business at their current age, with their current workloads and how to invest all that energy and imagination into their own business.
Our unique Business Start-Up Kits are built at a price point that allows kids to make money while learning skills needed in business (and life) and have fun doing it. But not all budding entrepreneurs have the financial means or family support to get them started.
Young CEO Squad is on a mission to provide opportunities to kids who have the drive to be entrepreneurs but not the means. We're starting with providing free products now and working toward our goal of creating college scholarships to low income families as we grow.
JOIN US in donating to a kid with a dream. You can sponsor a Young CEO Start-Up Kit for an underprivileged kid. We'll add it to our donations to help spread the kindness.
Let's bring out that young entrepreneur inside our kids. Let's encourage them to find solutions to everyday problems by creating products or services that can benefit our communities. Let's see what they are capable of!