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Start It Up: The Complete Teen Business Guide to Turning Your Passions into Pay by Kenrya Rankin (2011-03-30)

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  • By May ;) on May 10, 2017

    Great book!!

  • By Cyrus Webb on May 8, 2011

    I think regardless of your age, Kenrya Rankin has given the world a great book for young people starting businesses in START IT UP---but I must say I learned a few things as well. Written in a way that is not only practical but includes advice from entrepreneurs, the book takes you on a journey of exactly what you need in order to get your business started, planning and then executing that plan in a way that works.The authors has also included worksheets and ways for you to interact with the book so that you can see what you are trying to do on paper and then have something of a roadmap to use along the journey.For me of the biggest lessons I got from the very beginning of the book was the importance of realizing you can't do everything yourself. You have to be able to identify your strengths and weaknesses and make sure that you build the team that best compliments you.Written with plan and simple instruction and examples, START IT UP gets you up and going in business.

  • By Sue Morris @ Kid Lit Reviews on November 7, 2011

    Start it Up is a guide for teens that are interested in working for themselves rather than someone else. It is an all encompassing, entrepreneurial start up book for teens, with nearly every aspect of operating a business covered. Interspersed between information and exercises are real-life teen entrepreneurs sharing their story and offering advice. These glimpses of teen business owners work well as encouragement and as examples of success.This is an amazing book for teens, and adults, interested in starting an online business. Whether for pocket money, that first car, or college, this book can lead the way to recurring income. I found it impressive in the depth of topics covered and the resources available for teens. By following the first chapters on the basics through to the final chapters on sustaining and expanding, any teen with a desire and a passion can become an entrepreneur.Topics covered include developing a business plan, money matters, hiring the right people, customer service, and giving back to the community to reference a few. Most entrepreneurs think of the Internet first. Start it Up covers both virtual and physical start ups. This text is valuable at any stage of a business.Start It Up is the text for teens with a desire to start a business. It is at the top os the list at Amazon for teens and business, and rightfully so.Book received from netgalley, courtesy of the publisher.

  • By That Literary Lady on March 18, 2011

    Start It Up, by Kenyra Rankin, gives no-nonsense tips and ideas on how teens can make money. It gives young entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs the necessary steps to start a business and make money. It also gives the pros and cons of starting a business.At the beginning of the book is a quiz on Finding Your Niche. The results, depending on the answers to the provided questions, are put into categories such as creator, helper, techie and handiness. For each category is a list of jobs that a teen entrepreneur could delve into.Start it Up is loaded with both online and offline resources that can prove beneficial to a teen business. Each chapter has a handy little "tip jar", which entail fast-finding, highlighted reference tips.Even though this book is for the teenage entrepreneur, I would challenge some adult aspiring entrepreneurs to read this book - I feel they too, will find a lot of the information very valuable.The book covers everything from creating a business plan, to the financials of the business to marketing and the technical operations. This is really an awesome book! I intend on buying copies for many of my clients.

  • By PelikanLady on February 23, 2017

    Bought this for my eleven year old entrepreneur of a daughter who has now typed up a five page business plan and is hoping to get some capital to launch a business. I'd say the book has been very useful to get my little dreamer moving. highly recommend.

  • By Laurie Thompson on December 12, 2011

    START IT UP by Kenrya Rankin is a must-have resource for teen (and even middle-grade) readers who wish to start any kind of business, whether it be for profit, nonprofit, or mixed.The book is clearly written and easy to understand, yet includes a wealth of information for young entrepreneurs. The design is clean and functional, with pullouts for quick tips, anecdotes, quotes, and recommended resources. There are also fun quizzes and helpful worksheets. All of this combines to turn what could be a dull, dry topic into a fun, encouraging yet realistic resource.I'd bet there's enough substance there's enough substance in this little gem that even the most seasoned entrepreneurs (adults included!) will find something of use here. And it's presented in such a way that even the least business-minded individuals (again, adults included!) will be inspired and able to get started in no time.For changing a life, or changing the world, this book is a winner! For more great nonfiction books, check out the rest of the catalog at Zest Books-Teen Reads With a Twist. (And no, I haven't been compensated in any way for this post. I received a free galley from NetGalley for review purposes only.)

  • By Young Entrepreneur on April 23, 2011

    I received a copy of "Start It Up" a few days ago. I have made it halfway through the book and I must say that it's a great read. It is informative in a way that actually gives the reader a definitive path of how to start a business. So far, you have covered a lot of ground, very throughly. I wish I had this information laid out and presented to me like this when I was first setting up shop. This book will save the reader a lot of headache. Start It Up is extremely helpful and is a perfect guide for those who have always wanted to start a business but don't know where to begin. When I'm finished I will encourage my kid brother and all my friends who have ambitions on starting a business to read Start It Up. Bottom line: if you have a business idea you want to launch, grab this book!

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