One day, 4-year-old Kiowa Kavovit looked down at her knee, where there was a Band-Aid, and said to her father, “Daddy what if I had skin that I could paint on?” It was that simple question that led Kiowa, with the help of her dad, to invent Boo Boo Goo, an all natural, waterproof skin protectant that paints on a bandage, in fun colors for kids, turning “a boo boo into a ha ha.”
Robert Nay developed ‘Bubble Ball’ is a physics puzzle game when he was 14 years old. It was released on December 22, 2010 and in its first two weeks was downloaded 2 million times from Apple iTunes. On January 8, 2011, Ansca Mobile, the company which makes the software developer's kit that Nay used, chose Bubble Ball as its app of the week and it has since surpassed 16 million downloads, and at one point displaced Angry Birds from its number one spot on the list of free games in Apple app store.
By age 10, his parents decided to buy him a computer for his birthday, a gateway, which he decided to take apart and study from the inside out. His parents were furious that he took apart the computer they bought for him, but little did they know that experience defined his career and drove him to what he does best. As he learnt more about computers and their software’s, he started to repair his teacher’s computers – simply for fun and can we still keep in mind that he is only in 8th grade. he started charging $15 per hour that gave him more funds then any other 8th grader would be receiving.
Dominic McVey (born 1985) is a British entrepreneur from London who started business at the age of 13, importing micro-scooters from the United States into the United Kingdom. He was a millionaire by the age of 15. As of 2011, he is worth £10 million (approx. US$15 million) according to the Sunday Times Rich List. By the age of 18 he was quickly appointed by Her Majesty the Queen ‘As a Pioneer for Britain in Entrepreneurism’. Dominic runs a portfolio of business interests from fashion and music to media and cosmetics. He is an advisor on entrepreneurialism to the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment of the Irish Government.
John started his Business of web designing when he was just 14 years old. His initial fees to design the Website templates was just US $ 15 but today he turned his business into the multi-million dollars empire. Today he charges as high as $ 30,000 to develop those website templates. And he earns literally more than a million dollars from his Business. John started his business from his bed room only without the investment of any capital. This is how the smart entrepreneurs think.
It all started when the young girl was 10 years-old and wanted to decorated her school locker, but couldn't find anything interesting and original. When her uncle, who had an old Coke machine, gave her 50 bottle caps, she decided to decorate them herself and put magnets on them, Now Maddie Bradshaw is the President of m3 girl designs, a jewelry company, with annual revenues of around $1.6 million, selling over 60,000 necklaces per month in over 6,000 U.S. retail outlets, including Amazon.com.
Jonathan Koon is a Chinese American entrepreneur, artist, and fashion designer. Koon was born in 1983 in the Borough of Queens in New York City, the only child of immigrant parents from Hong Kong. In 1998, while attending Stuyvesant High School, Koon launched Extreme Performance Motorsports, a company that imported car tuning accessories from Asia. By age 16, Koon had opened wholesale accounts with Asian auto distributors importing custom body kits, aftermarket wheels and rims, stereo systems, and other specialized accessories and thats how Jonathan Koon became a self-made millionaire at the age of 16.
Juliette Brindak was born in New York City, New York and raised in Greenwich, Connecticut by Paul and Hermine Brindak. She is one of two children. Juliette Brindak is an American businesswoman and co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of the tween social networking site, Miss O & Friends. She earned millions from her website ‘Miss O and her friend’.
Fraser Doherty MBE is a Scottish entrepreneur from Edinburgh. He is the founder of SuperJam, Envelope Coffee, and co-founder of Beer52. He is also director of the registered Scottish charity, The SuperJam Tea Parties. Doherty, through SuperJam, has invested in various charitable projects. The SuperJam Tea Parties, which runs tea parties for lonely elderly people who live alone or in care homes, was established by Doherty in 2008. Doherty was the 2007 Global Student Entrepreneur of the Year, an international award given to the top student entrepreneur worldwide. Over 750 students from around the world competed in the 2007 Global Student Entrepreneur Awards
Abigail (Abbey) M. Fleck
Abigail (Abbey) M. Fleck is an American inventor from St. Paul, Minnesota, noted for her 1993 invention, Makin' Bacon, a microwavable bacon cooking plate. The device, which she created at the age of 8, is an inch-deep, dual compartment tray made of microwave-safe plastic, containing three T-shaped beams protruding up from the center. Abbey and her father Jonathan Fleck founded the A. de F. Ltd. company to manufacture the product, and in 1996 their "microwave cooking vessel" was granted a U.S. Patent. Following a successful endorsement from Armour, Fleck embarked on promotional tour of her product, which included appearances on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Late Night with David Letterman, and two features on Dateline NBC