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Mo's Bows: A Young Person's Guide to Start-Up Success

Mo's Bows: A Young Person's Guide to Start-Up Success

Measure, Cut, Stitch Your Way to a Great Business

A Young Person’s Guide to Starting Your Own Business Written by a Successful Kidpreneur!

Running a successful business can be hard for anyone, but seventeen-year-old Moziah Bridges has becomes a pro at it. His company, Mo’s Bow’s, is what today’s “kidpreneurs” dream of achieving–a successful business selling a product that one loves and is passionate about. Mo shares with young business-minded readers his BOWS of Business: Believe in yourself, take the Opportunity to give back, Work hard/study hard, and have Support from friends and family. He knows there is a Mo’s Bows in every household-kids just need someone to help nurture their talents.

Aimed at young middle grade readers, Mo’s Bows: A Young Person’s Guide to Startup Success follows Mo’s journey to success and reveals all the ups and downs and important lessons he’s learned along the way-as well as provides information and tips on how to start your own business and succeed. Complete with a foreword by New York Times bestselling author Daymond John, this book is sure to inspire budding young entrepreneurs to achieve their business goals.
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Genre: Children's Books / Juvenile Nonfiction / Business & Economics

On Sale: October 15th 2019

Price: $14.99 / $19.99 (CAD)

Page Count: 176

ISBN-13: 9780762492510

Reader Reviews

Praise

"[D]elivered via engaging, personal examples that should resonate with readers. This appealing, photo-illustrated manual from a charismatic role model offers sound advice, useful for supporting finance units and encouraging neophyte tycoons."—Booklist
This up-and-coming creative will definitely inspire many young people with his positive, confidence-boosting startup guide.—Kirkus Reviews
"It's refreshing to see a book that acknowledges the creativity and budding business sense of young people... [T]he content is fun and informational."—School Library Journal
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