Entrepreneurship for Kids

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Entrepreneurship Development Programme

* Experiential Learning focused on 3Ps – Participative | Play-Based | Probe-Based
* Course designed to develop an entrepreneurial DNA in every child
* Perfect for children aged 8 and above


What We Offer

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Holiday Camps & Workshops

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Regular Program

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Worksheets for Kids


Meet Our Students


Nayra Shah

Nayra is a young girl staying in western part of India in a city called Vadodara. Nayra has launched her website and also her first product which is a book and journal. Her aim is through this book is to inspire shy introverted young individuals to become and stay confident.

Elina Arora

Elina Arora is a young girl residing in Melbourne, Australia. She regularly attends Kidspreneurship workshops and even participated in APKEC. Elina is working on a mobile app that helps people plan travel in a post covid world

Raphael Tan

Raphael was one of the first few students in the course from Singapore. He is passionate about board games and runs a social channel – TheBoardGameExpert where he shares his passion for board games. He is also looking at creating a brand of his own board games.

Why Parents Loves Us

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Damian Seet

Early entrepreneur education is grooming time and is very good seasoning for the kids when they are young, especially when their minds are curious and they are eager to learn more
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Simoni Shah

Kids have thoroughly enjoyed the workshops and I have seen them talk about things like a pitch, a business plan, and how to market. They really understood the concepts and that’s why they were able to implement them, which was great.
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Vaishali Shah

Early entrepreneur education is an early headstart to building entrepreneurship skills, developing growth oriented mindsets .Learning and putting to use the various aspects involved such as team work, making a prototype in the short time,how their ideas can be all inclusive and also make a difference in society..to learn to do all this at such a young age is really wonderful

Who We Cater to



We offer specialised workshops for students. These classes are held online and offline. Parents can check schedule and sign-up for Kidspreneurship workshops. Corporates can avail these workshops as part of their employee benefit plans.


We have a specialised plug and play curriculum available for schools. This curriculum can be licensed to school with or without trainer support. Schools can opt for full suite of curriculum for students in the age of 7-16 years.

Education Partners

We work with Channel Partners, Franchise Owners, and Edtech Platforms to provide Entrepreneurship curricula for kids.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    An education system that focuses on developing problem-solving abilities and encourages idea generation in kids. An education system that instills entrepreneurial mindset, skills and knowledge and makes it integral to the current education system.

    Kids are fast learners, and this important life skill needs to be inculcated early on. Observing problems and thinking of solutions should be an integral part of the learning process.

    The purpose of entrepreneurship education is to empower students with a life skill that will help them irrespective of whatever career they choose. It instills a sense of confidence and imbibes creative problem-solving ability.

    With early entrepreneurship education, kids develop resilience, problem identification abilities, creative thinking abilities that allow them to harness their full capabilities.

    First and foremost, entrepreneurship is not a career choice. It is a way of thinking and solving problems that can help others lead a better life. Children can be explained this through illustrations, a doctor vs an entrepreneurial doctor.

    If you want to teach kids entrepreneurship, allow them to interact and ask questions from entrepreneurs. Make them do role plays and involve them in activities that requires proactively reaching out to people and asking them questions like what problem are you facing?

    Kids spend majority of their time in school. Hence entrepreneurship learning must be an integral part of the school curriculum. Entrepreneurship education cannot be pursued in isolation.

    There are 3 essential components of early entrepreneurship education – mindset, skills, and knowledge.

    An entrepreneurial mindset is empathetic, observant, and open. Having a growth mindset is also an important characteristic of an entrepreneurial mindset.

    • Work on projects with peers
    • Work as an apprentice and apply entrepreneurship learning
    • Start a small creative business and apply what you have learned
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