AmericaDuring a time of trouble decorating a Christmas tree, Ayaan and her brother came up with the idea to fix the problem and turn it into a merchantable item.
Like most kids, Ayaan and Mickey Naqvi, in Connecticut, love their family’s Christmas traditions, like making cookies and wrapping gifts. But the children like the most is decorating the Christmas tree with traditional decorations.
One day, when the brothers were trying to beautify the pine tree, decorations fell from the branches. At that moment, the idea of creating anchors to prevent the decorations from slipping appeared in the children’s heads.
Ayaan tested the device on a school project last year. Teachers and parents flocked to the boy’s booth. Realizing that their products were interested by many people, the two children knew they needed action.
In no time, Ayaan and her brother turned their invention into a tradable item.
“We design products together, patent and create a website, calculate margins and do our own market analysis. We did everything as if it was Christmas every month. birth, “said the boy.
During the first six hours at the local Christmas fair last year, the two kids raised $ 1,000. Thanks to their initial success, Ayaan and Mickey were motivated to sell their products to the world.
In one year, the two children earned $ 250,000 (more than 5 billion) and donated 10% of the profits to the local animal farms.
“Since I was very young, I was fascinated by creatures. Our goal is to help as many animals as possible,” the boy said.
Despite being successful, 2020 is not an easy year to start a business. “After only three months, a pandemic happened. After that, we were isolated, learned how to work from home. It was really difficult. However, our brothers and sisters always kept the spirit of positive, real spirit. shows small steps, “the 12-year-old boy shared.
According to Ayaan, despite the obstacles, the young business pair’s products have always received positive feedback from customers.
Intelligent Update (According to the CNN)