PRLog - June 13, 2014 - NEW YORK -- Technology has moved at a rapid pace and has made communication and product creation easier than ever. Less than 20 years ago, if someone wanted to publish a book, they would have had to seek out multiple publishers until they were approved. Now, it is possible for anyone to self-publish a book.
Although technology has changed rapidly, few teenagers are taking advantage of this opportunity. It is possible for any teenager to create a thriving business at a young age, but most teenagers do not know how to utilize the tools that technology offers in a profitable manner.
17 year old Michael Guberti and 16 year old Marc Guberti, brothers and teenager entrepreneurs, are on a mission to transform their peers into entrepreneurs. Michael and Marc started an entrepreneurial academy for students between the ages of 12 to 19 to empower others with the knowledge they need to package their passions into profits.
Michael and Marc were both named winners of the People's Choice Rule Breaker Award which is only awarded to a select group of rule breakers who showed the ability to be successful in their respective niches by breaking the rules. The awards program was sponsored by Nextiva, Skype and Constant Contact and hosted by Barry Moltz, Rieva Lesonsky and Mike Michalowicz.
During his speech to fellow rule breakers, Marc said, “It is an honor to have received the People’s Choice Award with my brother for our business, Teenager Entrepreneur.”
Teenager Entrepreneur has attracted numerous students throughout New York for its week-long summer bootcamp at Fordham University this July.
For more information about the Teenager Entrepreneur Bootcamp, visit: http://teenagerentrepreneur.com/
About Teenager Entrepreneur
Teenager Entrepreneur, an educational and empowerment training course, is built on the principle of helping teenagers transcend their current state and become extraordinary by learning how to think like an entrepreneur. Teenager Entrepreneur directs teenagers' vivacity through the four pillars of progress---Passion, Product, Promote and Propel.
Teenager Entrepreneur curriculum is offered at the Fordham University Gabelli School of Business this July in the form of an intensive, in-person Boot Camp with the added student benefit of direct contact with the founders. Students learn how to think like an entrepreneur, experience the collegiate atmosphere, boost their college portfolio, utilize social media business tactics, create digital and physical products, explore marketing techniques, and improve their confidence while networking with like-minded teenagers. The online educational video series teaches students worldwide and connects them with like-minded teenagers in a private membership community.
The founders' mission is to revolutionize teenagers' orientations as well as change both their global and self perception while empowering them with confidence, knowledge and the tools to succeed.
The Founders, Michael and Marc, have been featured in the Westchester Business Journal, U.S. News and World Report, Yahoo Small Business Advisor, Business to Community, other popular business outlets, have authored multiple books, and are sought-after international speakers, featured guests on live TV and Practical Talk shows, and now have won the prestigious business Rule Breaker Award.