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Kidworth: Teen Entrepreneurs

Aug 28, 2012

Have you ever dreamed of starting your own business and making money, but worried that you were too young? Well, now with a company called Kidworth, that dream is within reach.  

About Kidworth

Kidworth is a web-based company designed to inspire and build a new generation of young entrepreneurs. “We started Kidworth with the general aim of helping kids succeed financially,” says Rudy DeFelice, founder of Kidworth. “It’s our mission to launch a million startups.” Whether you're anywhere from 6 to 18-years old, you can make your start on Kidworth.

Job Ideas

If you have a business idea in mind, now is the time to get started. On Kidworth, you can sell products, such as handmade art, logo designs or old toys or sporting equipment that you don’t use anymore. Or you could offer services, such as snow shovelling, lawn mowing, babysitting, tutoring, dog walking, etc. “It’s fast, easy and free, so anybody with ambition and an idea can launch a simple startup.”

How To Sign Up

The sign-up process is so simple, you can launch a business in 3 minutes or less. Once you log on to kidworth.com, create a free account. Then, identify the jobs you will do or the products you will sell. Then share your company. It’s as simple as that! Make sure to let your parents know that this is a safe, monitored site. On top of that, they have the ability to screen all of your orders and correspondence with your customers.

The Future Looks Bright

“We believe the next Steve Jobs (co-founder of Apple) or Mark Zuckerberg (co-founder of Facebook) will get his start on Kidworth.” With websites that make it easy like Kidworth, the next billionaire could be you!

Have Your Say

Will you start a business on Kidworth? Tell us your business idea in our comment section below!

 

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