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Business and Pop Culture trends are frequently changing, so it is pivotal to catch them early – early enough so that one can perhaps even begin to popularize it. Spotting trends early is a unique ability that requires the two skills of implementing practical business principles and having a pulse on pop culture. On May 28th, we had the honor of interviewing Rob Fajardo, who caught the fidget spinner trend so early that he was able...

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With organizations like the Gates Foundation, Chan-Zuckerberg initiative, and other philanthropic initiatives extensively funding the curing of diseases around the world, researchers in the life sciences are becoming increasingly important, societally. And with this, youth seem to be increasingly interested in getting into the research sphere themselves. That’s why it was great that I had the opportunity to chat with Thomas Hunt, a young scientist who started his own biology research at the mere age...

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All entrepreneurs have a different pathway to success, a different passion to pursue and a different set of problems to overcome. There is no set mold for being an entrepreneur, and for motivational speaker Brandon Farbstein, success was all about defying expectations. And at a staggering 71,000 followers on Instagram, Brandon has made a name for himself and a mark on his audience. Standing at 3’ 9’’, Brandon has a surprisingly larger-than-life presence. Although a...

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As the business community expands, it is becoming increasingly possible for young entrepreneurs to get involved in the startups ecosystem. And as schools drive their students more and more towards volunteerism and service, young students are becoming increasingly capable of identifying the issues that plague their communities and more apt to look for solutions instead of waiting for them to be made. This is absolutely no exception for 13-year-old Alexander Knoll, who started Ability App...

The Youth Business Collective is a content-based network targeted toward Generation Z business education. The aim is to expand and create opportunities for those with strong interests in business.

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