Becoming an entrepreneur is an increasingly effective way to make a profit in the digital era. If you have a great idea, you can do great things. Here are some of the top upcoming popular entrepreneurs.
The first entrepreneur I want to highlight is Jelani Jones. Her love of bath products inspired her to create a bath product store online. Starting her online business at only nine years old, she is proof that young people can do great things, regardless of their age. Her company makes unique bath bombs, soaps and more.
Another inspiring upcoming popular entrepreneur is William Zhou, co-founder, and CEO of Chalk, is said to be like Microsoft Office for teachers. It helps with lesson planning, assessments and more! Zhou is a Canadian Internet Entrepreneur, who was a speaker at Bloomberg Next Big Thing Conference and was even named in the Forbes 30 under 30. Used in tens of thousands of schools worldwide, His entrepreneurial background started when he was just 16. At 16, he created Design Vetica, a web consultancy service. All in all, Chalk.com and William Zhou are a testament to success. His net worth is in the millions by now.
At just 16 years old, this girl created Nannies by Noa, which is a major childcare agency in New York City and the Hamptons. Nannies by Noa was created by, yes, Noa Mintz. It is a full-service childcare agency with full certifications and very high industry standards.
Next is Brennan Byrne, CEO of Clef. Clef is an easier way to log into websites without the use of a password. Clef can do its fast logins for more than 40,000 sites and counting. Not only is Clef fast, but it is also safe. Clef recognizes your phone and doesn’t require anything else for you to sign in to the sites. What an innovative idea! Unfortunately, the app has since shut down. But, his idea was still great and he made a name for himself (not to mention that he made some money too!).
Hart Main is a young entrepreneur who came up with the idea of manly scented candles. He is only 14 years old. With a $300 investment, 9,000 candles have been sold across over 60 different stores. Main come up with the idea when he was teasing his sister about her girly scented candles she was selling for a fundraiser. The candles are called “Man Cans”.
The final entrepreneur I want to discuss is Daniel Fine, the CEO of Dosed. His younger brother and co-founder of Dosed, Jake, was diagnosed with diabetes at 7 years old. When they were just 11, they had the idea to co-found the company which has made over 2 million dollars and has been donated to diabetes research. Dosed is a way to manage and track diseases for everyone. Daniel Fine also founded Glass-U, which is a sunglass company.