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5 Responses to 10 Tips for Teenpreneurs

  1. Asia says:

    I have a vision to start my own business. I’ve been visiting the Black Enterprise website for months now and every time I read a new story about how young African American women and men become successful by owning their own business I become even more inspired. I am aware that at times owning your own business can get tuff but I am prepared for that. I am a young African American women, a full-time college student and I also work full-time. Everyday I go to work I ask myself is this really what I want to do until I graduate college? The answer is always no. I have so much ambition inside of me to start my own brand its unreal. I would like too hear more about how you started your business and use that as guidance and more inspiration to start my own brand.

    • Jenny Bedward says:

      Asia, go with your dreams… If knew what I know now I would of started my own business a long time ago… fortunately I started 7 years ago and I’m in a position to help my son who started his own business at 22 and loving it.

  2. Pj Burns says:

    I started my own small biz when I was a teen not much to talkabout but i would like to know more for my pre-teen

  3. dave Little says:

    have a business model for sale. If interested contact me thru sight. http://www.TWENTYFOURSEVENBLACK.com

  4. Jenny Bedward (Mary Kay Cosmetics) says:

    There’s plenty of help for you to get started. good luck!

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