Our "Young Entrepreneur" show today features two teen entrepreneurs, Emma Johnson and Tori Molnar, who have successfully launched businesses, that are both growing and thriving.
Sixteen-year-old Emma Johnson has an eye for trends. She often recommends ideas for her mom, Tory Johnson, for her weekly “Deals & Steals” segment on ABC’s Good Morning America. Now, given her passion for bracelets, Emma is using her talent and instincts to build a business. A fun and fashionable charm bracelet company called EM John.
She started by creating charm bracelets, posting photos on Instagram and having friends ask to buy them.
All custom lucite charms are made in America and strung on one-size-fits-most silicone beaded stretchy elastic bracelets. Each piece is packaged with love in New York City.
Em John College Challenge: pre-paying for her college education.
Tori Molnar is a 17 year old entrepreneur, professional speaker, and blogger for the Huffington Post. She started Utoria when she was barely 14 and it's grown into so much more than the small online boutique it originally started as.
She was very fortunate to gain the support of other amazing entrepreneurs very early on in my career, including Tory Johnson, Good Morning America contributor, Jen Groover, Peter Shankman, and others. Now it's her time to shine.
Her life's mission is to be a power of example andhelp other young people live their entrepreneurial dreams and their best life as a result.