You want your child to be happy...
We Define an Interpreneur as "some who does what they love and makes money from it."
When your child is older, chances are they will spend the
majority of their lives working in some capacity.
Wouldn’t you like them to do what they love?
At Kidspreneur we want the same.
It’s the reason we teach entrepreneurship 7-18 yrs old. In
an ever changing world, being entrepreneurial is an
increasingly important life skill.
Happiness is the true measure of success, let’s help your
child get there.
Kids love entrepreneurship it’s creative, empowering, and money-making! And since the kids decide what type of product they want to sell, accord- ing to their own interests or hobbies, Kidspreneur reaches the kids that teachers sometimes can’t.
Learning through doing
Aquire an innovation mindset
Experience real business ownership
Set Goals and make Decisions
Something about us
An exclusive magazine will be launched each quarter dedicated to focus on Kidspreneur Programme to enhance and enrich the minds of the Kids, Parents, and Schools collectively. Our aim is to make 100 Kid CEOs each year.
Upon completing 10 weeks programme, kids will be launching their own businesses at Kidspreneur Business Fair to be held in Schools. Best kid CEO’s will be selected to get published in Kidspreneur magazine published quarterly.
always ask "what if" and "why" and seek new and creative ways of learning and doing.
Recognize your potential for learning and achieving anything and the power to stretch your brain.
and sharpen your mind!
Dare to step out of your comfort zone(s) to accomplish great things.
Persistance & Grid
Learn to work through failure to create solutions for the problems you are passionate about.
Opportunity - Seeking
Actively observe, identify, and act on circumstances where you can innovate or solve a problem.
Problem - Solving
They are active doers that develop creative solutions to problems around them.
See failure as a learning opportunity and a launchpad for your next success or discovery.
Be confident and hopeful in your ability to innovate and your potential for making an impact.
Develop quick and clever ways to overcome challenges (and don't worry, you can always iterate!).
Make smart changes when challenges arise without losing heart or giving up.
Think about other people’s needs and feelings and keeping these in mind when solving a problem.