Some people have the seed of entrepreneurship from a young age. They take the risk and start businesses with themselves in mind. This article features ten young CEOs we’d love to know.

  1. Mikaïla Ulmer: Although she is only 16 years old, she is a successful entrepreneur. Her famous product – a lemonade inspired by her great-grandmother’s 1940s recipe – is already sold in more than 1,500 stores nationwide, including Whole Foods, Cost Plus World Market, Vitamin Cottage Natural Grocers, HEB, Kroger and The Fresh Market. “Me & The Bees Lemonade” debuted in 2009. As of 2017, lemonade was sold in 500 US stores. In February 2020, “Me & The Bees Lemonade” got even bigger. Mikaila Ulmer lives in Austin, Texas, where she attends St. Stephen’s Episcopal School.

  2. Shubham Banerjee: He founded Braigo Labs Inc., a company that develops new technological innovations to make people’s lives easier. The head office is in Palo Alto, California. Additionally, when Shubham Banerjee was 13, he invented Braigo, a braille printer design. Shubham Banerjee is now 19 years old. He was born in Hasselt, Belgium. The family moved to San Jose, California when he was 4 years old. He later moved to Santa Clara, California, and completed his elementary education at Don Callejon School. He completed his high school education at Champion School in San Jose and Santa Clara High School. He continues to reside in Santa Clara, California with his parents and younger sister.

  3. Isabelle Dymalovski: She is a very young entrepreneur. In December 2010, she founded the company Luv Ur Skin. In 2016, when she was 13, she appeared on Shark Tank Australia with a line of products trying to address the needs of teenage skin. Unfortunately, she didn’t get any investment, but she didn’t give up. A year later, she launched Luv Ur Skin in the United States, selling a wide range of products. She is now 18 years old.
  4. Devin Wills: He is 25 years old and has dedicated his life to philanthropy. He is President and CEO of A&W Contracting, Managing Partner of LFLS Legacy Holdings, CEO / Owner of Empathy Lending and President / CEO of Hands Across Atlanta. The fact that he did not have his parents in his life made him develop a dynamic leadership style. Its goal is to improve the lives of its customers and the community through the operation of its businesses. This is why he is an active philanthropist.
  5. Robby clark: At 21, he spent all the money he managed to save working as an actor. He tried different jobs to survive and at the age of 25 he started researching the real estate industry. Eight years later, he owns several companies in several sectors. For example, he owns SID Developments, SID Renos, RWC Property Management, Lawn Care Alert, and eFresh Meals.
  6. Gurvin Singh: He is 22 years old. He grew up in London with his mother and brother. He looked for ways to earn an income and started making money online with affiliate marketing at the age of 19. Ultimately, this decision led him to success. Since then, Singh has had several sources of income including e-commerce and online marketing. Additionally, he created Academy2Earn, teaching others how to make money online.
  7. Kelsey kaplan: She turned her passion for fashion, outfit coordination and style advice into business. She created offering her followers daily style inspiration and helpful fashion tips. Her website has tips on fashion, cooking, beauty, travel and shopping. Its base is in San Francisco.
  8. Sean leary: He is the Founder, CEO and President of Sports Thread headquartered in Denver, Colorado. Sports Thread is a technology company and Sean Leary is a former baseball player. Over 90 major youth sports organizations have subscribed to the Sports Thread Software as a Service platform. Sean Leary and his company have gained many accolades for their presence in the youth sports market.
  9. Hart Main: With savings of up to $ 100, I started making candles. ManCans candles are her creation that started at the age of 13. The business expanded in 2011 and in January 2014, ManCans went into full production after Main was approached by Beaver Creek Candle Co. in Lisbon to manufacture and distribute the candles. A small portion of the ManCans sale price is donated for philanthropic purposes.
  10. Cain Monroy: At the age of 9, he started his own makeshift cardboard arcade in his father’s auto parts store. People were really inspired by the arcade and soon the video went viral. Caine’s Arcade is a short film about a 9-year-old boy’s cardboard arcade and his dream of having customers. The 11-minute short became a worldwide phenomenon in 2012, with over 10 million views online. He is now 19 and still believes people should never give up and keep dreaming.

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