Entrepreneurship isn’t just for adults. 

The world has opened up to young bosses who aren’t viewing their bottom line as child’s play. With the help of their parents, of course, their smart business ideas have manifested into viable businesses earning millions. According to the Census Bureau, more than 4.4 million new businesses were created in the U.S. during 2020 — the highest total on record. Some of those were launched by owners younger than the age of 16. 

Such young hustle is a sure sign of future success. After all, Warren Buffett sold chewing gum to his classmates at six years old and Richard Branson founded a magazine in his teens. 

Here are a few kidpreneurs who are handling their business.