She started a lemonade stand at age and now twelve-year-old Kinyah Bean chose to go big. In December, she expanded her company, B Chill Lemonade, to a stand at Wolfchase Mall. Fast forward three months, she's serving a much thirstier crowd at FedExForum. B Chill Lemonade officially opens Thursday when the Memphis Tigers take on the Wichita State Shockers.
“My business is called Caelyn's Creations. I make smokeheads and other things out of wood such as tealight holders and signs that I then do artwork on by hand. There are no lasers in my shop. My artwork is painted and woodburned,” said Parker, who began selling her hand-crafted art three years ago, at age 12. Parker’s business grew quickly. “I started selling just to family and friends, but now it is bigger. My work is sold mainly through word-of-mouth and social media.
Grasp is now designed to make smart recommendations about which employees in large firms are best fit to connect, creating mentors from existing employees who can chat in person or digitally via the platform. The firm, co-founded by Beccle and Henry Costa, now has 10 full-time employees based in the London office, and around 30 in total. The benefit of Grasp HR is better retention for employers and happier employees, said Beccle.
Mahsa Riar creates personalized, creative, and expressive prosthetics for children with limb differences using 3D technology. She intends to offer 3D printed, robust prosthetics at an affordable cost. Limitless Limb will help children to live better, with the ability to manage various tasks. While prosthetic limbs typically set families back thousands of dollars, Limitless Limb founder, Mahsa Riar, created a functional limb for just a fraction of the cost.
Tyler Ball an entrepreneur from Milton Keynes who started a business making razors for men to shave their intimate parts has proved his dad wrong, after being told he could only quit school if he had £100,000 in the bank. Tyler Ball - turned over about £500,000 in just under a month by flogging razors.
In case you haven’t noticed, the once popular hair accessory, are again hitting the fashion scene. In fact, all things 90’s are back at it! From toddlers to millennial moms, scrunchies in all sorts of patterns and textures are donning wrists and ponytails alike. It was with this rise in popularity that Marley had an idea.
"Initially I faced a lot of problems life financial crunch, then time management wasn't appropriate also I had to also face severe loss, My page was Hacked, My Nine apps on Playstore was Terminated, My AdSense Account was Disabled but slowly and steadily when we move ahead with time everything gets easy and so was able to recover and manage everything on time as well". - Mohit Churiwal
They have about one million subscribers across their channels. Their biggest channel, Damian and Deion in Motion, attracts roughly 13 million views per month, Mr Camarillo estimates. Depending on the year, the family, which lives in Arizona, has earned between $400,000 and $1m annually, Mr Camarillo says. Regular toy shipments and direct sponsorships help their posts and supple