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Of the Business

Change the combination on the vault and shut the bank of Mum and Dad — kids should learn to pay their own way when it comes to luxuries.

Why these sisters get ten dollars a week pocket money – and yes there’s a catch!

Up and coming entrepreneur Sienna Tamati is getting an early start in the world of business launching her vintage and retro collectables business while still in primary school.

Mandurah to host young entrepreneur market at Make Place in August.

Budding entrepreneurs from a Bassendean school will be presenting their original apps to a panel of ‘sharks’ at an upcoming pitch session inspired by the television show, Shark Tank.

A bunch of kidrepreneurs will be spruiking their wares at a book launch next week that aims to get kids prepped up for financial independence.

Savvy investment guru and former Rockingham resident Lacey Filipich celebrated the launch of her new book with the help of some young entrepreneurs earlier this month.

Author shares knowledge with Imagine, Hope and Pepper Book Club.

Keen teens: how to start a business while still in your teens.

Adulthood comes with many challenges, with fiscal ones right there at the top of the list. So how do we ensure our kids are financially savvy and ready for the big wide world?

After pitching in Perth, Maker Kids Club was selected for the Australian boot camp and final in Brisbane, where Lacey delivered her three-minute pitch. Reflecting on the experience, Lacey said she felt it brought participants from all kinds of startups together.

Eight WA startups make Pitch@Palace national finals.

Of our Kidpreneurs

A Perth primary school student is on the path towards becoming a successful businesswoman by selling lip balm.

The Perth kids turning small ideas into big business.