Forbes:

A Los Angeles-based company called Kidworth is focused on doing just that—exposing young people to the business world by introducing them to how the startup game is played in the hope of creating young entrepreneurs with the basic skills to turn their creativity into a business.

Kidworth claims to be able to allow kids to start a business in just minutes. This timeframe doesn’t seem to take product development into account, but the company’s platform streamlines the organizational requirements of running a business and leaves the burgeoning CEOs to focus on their products and services.

Kidworth has over 24,000 users, according to the company. It was founded by Rudy DeFelice, a former corporate lawyer turned tech start-up entrepreneur.

Originally posted by Angela Shupe on April 29, 2014 in Featured / News.

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