From tot to teen, a kid with too much time on his hands can zap the life out of sunny days and starry nights. If the first day of school can’t come soon enough and nothing is done, we can take steps to put energy back into summer.
While having summer jobs is a good idea, why not let kids venture into a summer business as an alternative source of income?
Inspired by the strong growth of the economy, there is an increasing trend of parents encouraging their kids to participate in business workshops or bazaars. While the usual lemonade, homemade ice candy or ice buko stands no longer top the list for summer money-making schemes, there are lots of ways to bring home the bacon.
Such is the story of the Juantrepreneurs, a group established by six Juan cousins namely Maxine, Elias, Francine, Carrine, Roque and Max Juan. These kiddos started their journey towards entrepreneurship last December 2011 by joining the Kiddo-preneur Bazaar held at the Rockwell Clubhouse. They sold entrep kiddie kits , do-it-yourself cookies, Jeep ni Juan books and bracelets.
For their business stint, the Juantrepreneurs were declared the winner of the "Best in Service" award at the end of the bazaar. They will be back again at this year’s Kiddo-preneur Bazaar and will be selling Zen natural and organic products. The kids chose Zen products because they know that the mommies and daddies will be interested in these all natural and organic products.
Their organic Zen product lineup includes Green Tea, Sweet Pea, Goats Milk and Aloe Vera Soaps; Special Ginger Massage Oil, Regular Relaxing or Therapeutic Massage Oil,
Oatmeal and Goats milk Body Scrub; Gugo Shampoo and Conditioner, Shea Sunblock Butter and Lip Shield, Shea Butter Outdoor Fun Lotion and Lip Balm, Aloe Vera After Sun Gel, Citronella Balm, Sea Butter Cream and Tanning Oil, All is Well Roll on Oil and All is Well Solid Balm. They will also sell their best selling product in the last bazaar, the Entrep Piggy Bank.
The most awaited bazaar designed to teach kids about entrepreneurship is back. Join the Kiddo-preneur Bazaar on April 14 at the Tents @ Alphaland Southgate Mall. It’s a whole day event where parents can teach their kids a thing or two about financial literacy by demonstrating important money management basics. With little supervision from adults, help your child establish his/her own booth, manage it and observe how simple financial ideas apply in real life.
Like Juantrepreneurs on Facebook and visit them at the Kiddo-preneur Bazaar!
Rommel T, Juan
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