Their passion and motivation within these girls is so inspiring and when people around them told them they were too young, they still continued and with amazing results!
She founded WhateverLife.comwhen she was only 14! Ashley designed her website to provide people her age with free MySpace layouts and HTML tutorials. Her site is fully supported by selling advertisements. Imagine being a young entrepreneur and having to turn several buying offers down (including a 1.5 million + car of choice offer). She has used her business to employed her mother and friends from school and her website has nowadays 60 million visitors per month!
#2 – Juliath Brindak
At just the age of 10 she started to create sketched characters and when she turned 16 she started a Social Media platform called Miss O & Friends. Nowadays her company is worth 15 million US dollars and she makes the most revenue from advertisements.
#3 – Maddie Bradshaw
Ita all began when Bradshaw started her own jewelry line M3 Girl Design. She has since then earned 1.6 million in her first year and now has 30 employees working for her. She also wrote a book ‘You Can Start A Business Too’ for inspiring young entrepreneurs to take an initiative to start their own business.
#4 – Diane Keng
At age of 22 years old this young entrepreneur already runs 3 businesses and is absolutely unstoppable! She is the co-founder of MyWEBoo, an online platform that help you to manage your online persona, her second business helps companies to figure out how to market teenagers and she also owns a T-shirt company! Being busy just got a whole new meaning!
#5 – Julianne Goldmark & Emily Madson
These young ladies made major profits just by watching Gossip Girls! They did not have money to buy good hair accessories from which you can make Gossip Girl worthy hairstyle, so they started a hair accessory business for Gossip Girl hairstyles without Gossip Girl prices. Their business took really off when they used famous people in their network and nowadays they make about 10 million dollars per year.
Source: Career Girl Daily