I’m often asked how I have time run a business and focus on school. After all, my parents pretty much expect me to get good grades. This video pretty much says it all!
With school and all of my activities, it became very hard for me to physically make our own t-shirts to sell. As a result, we switched up our business model which has allowed me to focus on both school and business!
This video talks about what I learned about selling products online! Hint: You can’t just sit back and wait for the sales to roll in. You have to get out there and sell!
A number of you have been asking us what platform we chose to run our online store. And this is a great question because the amount of choices can be overwhelming. In fact, my brother and I spent a lot of time doing research and trying to find the right shopping cart to use to […]
A common question that we get asked is whether our parents are doing all the work. And the answer is no! Here’s a grand tour of how we create our t-shirts from the ground up.
My brother and I just got back from our school’s business fair and I wanted to give you a quick report. Every year, kids from grades 2 through 5 set up booths at our school and try to sell their products. Overall, there were 56 booths total and my classmates sold products ranging from science […]
According to my Daddy, the most important aspect of business is knowing your customer. And when we first started Kid In Charge, my brother and I initially targeted our t-shirts towards entrepreneurial kids. But that turned out to be the wrong strategy. Find out why in this episode
You’re probably wondering why my brother and I decided to sell t-shirts online. After all, my Daddy says that selling tshirts is probably one of the most difficult and competitive niches to sell into. Well this video reveals everything:) We hope you love our t-shirts which we designed with love by my brother and I. […]
My brother and I started Kid In Charge because we were tired of asking our parents for money to buy the stuff we wanted to buy. So my Daddy challenged us to try to make money with our own business and Kid In Charge was born. My brother and I bootstrapped this entire business for […]