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A Business Blog for Teens By Teens

When we started Balloon Zoom, we looked for websites and books that could teach teen entrepreneurs how to run a business.  But almost everything we found was written for adults. 



In the Kids on Business blog, we share what we've learned with other teen entrepreneurs who want to build or start businesses.  We'll point teen entrepreneurs to books we found helpful, and share the success stories of other kids and teens who have started successful businesses. 


Kids can run a business!  Do not let anyone tell you otherwise.​  

 

This blog is all about Kids on Business.

September 11, 2017

You don't need to pay for advertising, or hire someone to get your business listed at the top of someone's search page. Here's our three-step method for climbing to the top.

Think you need a big budget to boost your business image? Think again!

February 3, 2017

Is your business ready to handle additional customers? It's time to get on Yelp!

How do teen entrepreneurs choose business ideas that mesh with school and work? Read on to learn how Balloon Zoom's team makes their choices.

May 8, 2016

The best way to grow your business? Invest in yourself!

September 19, 2014

Shopping smart is one of a teen entrepreneur's best tools for building a business.

September 19, 2014

Teen entrepreneurs face special challenges. Balloon Zoom tells you how to leap over one of the most important obstacles facing every teen-run business.

August 23, 2013

This is the second "Balloon Zoom Spotlight," which features a Q&A from great entrepreneurs (kids and adults!) we can all learn from. 

Hayleigh Scott launched her business, Hayleigh’s Cherished Charms, on the web when she was only ten.  Four years later she's fillin...

August 1, 2013

A business proposal is nothing more than an ad.  In a business proposal, you are trying to sell a product or service to a potential customer. A business proposal should include:

1.  A friendly, professional greeting. 

2.  An introduction to you and your bu...

July 18, 2013

In this, our first of a series of "Balloon Zoom Spotlights," we feature a Q&A from great entrepreneurs (kids and adults!) we can all learn from. 

Gina Schaefer, 42, is an energetic businesswoman who owns nine ACE hardware stores in and near Washingto...

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