Our youth entrepreneur interviews with successful young entrepreneurs prove that youth isn't always wasted on the young. No matter what your age, you'll find great business advice in these young entrepreneur interviews.
- Interview with Chicago Entrepreneur Alex White - Ever thought about having your very own record label? Alex White's company, The Next Big Sound, lets you be a musical kingmaker, allowing you to decide which bands you think will make it to the big time.
- Interview with Junk Removal Entrepreneur Nick Friedman - Starting a junk removal company? If so, you'll want to hear what Nick Friedman has to say. He's the founder of a highly-respected national junk removal service called College Hunks Hauling Junk.
- Interview with Maddie Bradshaw, President and Head Designer for m3 girl designs. - If you were like most people, at 14, you were probably playing ball or babysitting in your time off from school. Maddie Bradshaw was starting a business. This amazing young woman took a craft she'd been making for years and has turned it into a successful fashion accessories business. She shares her experiences as a teen business wiz.
- Interview with Future Delivery Founder Jun Laoyza - This tech firm is creating virtual worlds that help young people make wise career and life decision Jun Loayza, founder of Future Delivery share his story.
- Interview with eDimensional Founder Michael Epstein - Michael Epstein started his very successful gaming accessories company when he was in college. He's a very talented entrepreneur who is just getting warmed up.
- Interview with Entrepreneur Louis Lautman - What does it take to become a successful young multi-millionaire entrepreneur? Louis Lautman decided to find out. Learn about his experiences starting a film company that set out to learn what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur.
- Interview with Tatango Founder Derek Johnson - Ever wanted to send a text message to fifty people at the same time? It's simple functionality, but it took the team at Tatango to solve the problem. Now, they are growing fast, reaping the benefits of solving an important consumer problem.
- Interview with Katerina Taylor, President and Founder of Smart Kidz Money Matters - After seeing patterns of bad money management pass down through generations in her years as a banker, Katerina Taylor decided to use her experience to teach children and teens about responsible spending and saving. Check out her tips for starting a business educating children.
- Interview with Angela Giovine, Founder of Lime Events and BeMe - Not every little girl wants to be a ballerina. Little girls today might be inclined to play soccer or softball. Angela Giovine decided to update the traditional music box with twirling figures that are more in line with modern girls' interests. In this article, she shares her advice for starting a business.
- Interview with Bill Coleman, Inventor of the Bubble Tower - Who doesn't love bubbles? Bill "Stretch" Coleman did, and figured that other people do, too. He's sharing the joy with the Bubble Tower, a solar-powered structure that delivers a plethora of bubbles.
- Interview with Andrew Geant, CEO of WyzAnt.com - Frustrated by underutilization of the great minds at his university, Andrew Geant created WyzAnt.com, a service that connects tutors in many disciplines connect with potential students. He shares his thoughts on what it's like to be a young entrepreneur in this interview.
- Interview with Zak Tanjeloff, Founder of De La Plata Enterprises - After walking past numerous historical buildings on his college campus, Zak wondered if there was an app to tell him what he was passing. Near to Hear was born as one of the top 25 travel downloads.
- Interview with Dan Kirsche, Founder of Kosherwine.com - In 1998, college student Dan Kirsche helped out his family business by building them a web site. Today, Koserwine.com is a successful stand alone business.
- Interview with Cailen Ascher Design, Lifestyle and Interior Design - Cailen Ascher started her design business right after graduating from college. Combining the need for interior design with lifestyle have given her a unique niche in the market.
- Interview with Amanda Guralski, Founder of bizMe.biz - Amanda Guralski was a junior in college when she came up with her business idea. Where does a young women turn to for advice about entering the work world? bizMe.biz, Amanda's website, presents timely wisdom to young professional women.
- Interview with Juliette Brindak, Co-Founder of Miss O & Friends - Juliette, along with her sister and parents, founded Miss O & Friends when she was 15 years old.
- Interview with Shannen Knight, Founder of A Sight for Sport Eyes - Shannen Knight is one of millions of young people who had to write a business plan for her Entrepreneur Class. Unlike others, her professor said he would back her if she actually started that business. Today, Shannen owns two companies, A Sight for Sport Eyes and Chameleon Salon.
- Interview with Jill Starishevsky, President of Safety Star Media - Jill Starishevsky took her experience as a New York City prosecutor of child abuse and sex crimes cases to begin a service to help parents get feedback on their nanny's performance. She also wrote a book to help children understand the agency of their own body.