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16 02, 2016

Timeless stats from a stroll down entrepreneurial ally

February 16th, 2016|Articles for Parents, Articles for Teens|

“Books gives you balls!” or so says Nawaal Nolwazi Mdluli, Entrepreneur, Founder and CEO of Kwenta Media in an interview for Teen Entrepreneur. According to Nawaal, it is absolutely important for the youth of South Africa to familiarise themselves with entrepreneurship while they are still in school. Entrepreneurial subjects and activities are important to help [...]

11 02, 2016

Meet Ed

February 11th, 2016|General, Home, Uncategorized|

Ed Fry isn’t necessarily your typical teenager. Sure he’s full of passion (those hormones!) with a seriously cool haircut. Where the mould shatters is the fact that he started his first business at 14 followed by a start-up web business. Make no mistake, Ed is not a nerd using the web to bust-out; he’s a [...]

9 02, 2016

5 Tips to awaken the “Thought Leader” in you

February 9th, 2016|Articles for Teens, How To Articles|

What’s a Thought Leader you may ask? They are the guys who influence the world. They are not the manual labour peeps or the ones sitting in corporate houses being told what to do… Thought Leaders are what you can sort of refer to as ‘Captains of Industry’. They don’t just go with the flow, [...]

4 02, 2016

The 5 Life Lessons Every Teen Entrepreneur Can Learn at Home

February 4th, 2016|Articles for Parents, Home, How To Articles|

As parents of teen entrepreneurs, many of us spending a lot of time thinking of ways to better prepare our teenagers for their future. There are several life lessons that parents can use to prepare the next generation of budding business people for success. You don’t have to be an entrepreneur yourself to teach these [...]

2 02, 2016

OMG you’re looking at me?

February 2nd, 2016|Articles for Parents, Home, How To Articles|

Yup, parents it’s your turn. The spotlight is firmly on you in a supportive, nurturing kind of way, so don’t disappear and watch the telly or go for a run. We need your focused attention and commitment to partner this teen bunch on their journey. The family has the potential to be the primary breeding [...]

28 01, 2016

Whoooooooooo Are You?

January 28th, 2016|Articles for Parents, Articles for Teens, Home|

Nope this is not a re-run of CSI but rather an analysis of you! Feeling edgy and under the microscope? Cool coz you are a fascinating breed and it’s all we’re interested in at teen entrepreneur. Brace yourself however as you never know this could get ugly. So in the hope that I don’t get [...]

26 01, 2016

How to Spot a Promising Teen Entrepreneur

January 26th, 2016|Articles for Parents, Home, How To Articles|

Investing in a teen entrepreneur who may go on to become one of tomorrow’s business icons - or a great asset to their local community – is one of the most positive things any investor or established businessperson can do for the future of South Africa. Today’s teens are smart, technologically savvy, and global citizens [...]

21 01, 2016

Young Money, Keeping Costs Down

January 21st, 2016|Articles for Teens, Home, How To Articles|

Managing the moola is one of the key issues that will probably keep you lying awake at night as you try and do the cost-profit juggle. It’s a constant and it need to be managed; it is even more important for a young entrepreneur who has limited savings, limited access to capital and overall less [...]

19 01, 2016

Dream killer – what’s stopping you from rocking success?

January 19th, 2016|Articles for Teens, Home, How To Articles|

Do you have awesome dreams for your business that just won’t come together? So many great ideas that just stay in your head? So many things you could have done but didn’t.... Congrats – you’re a typical entrepreneur. One thing everyone knows about entrepreneurs is that we’re big dreamers – that’s where the world’s most [...]

15 01, 2016

Glass Half Full or Half Empty

January 15th, 2016|Articles for Parents, Articles for Teens, Home|

Proceed with caution the sign read. So you took off at a reasonable pace, not too much pedal to the metal and as smoothly as possible took the first turn. You have your driver's license and your intention is to master the road ahead yet this does not guarantee your first bumper bashing. If you [...]