Wednesday, June 20, 2012

The Triangle Tribune, 6/20/2012 (Justin Harris)

Teen Envisions Professional Network for Peers. As a young child, Justin Harris began his road to entrepreneurship with his first Kool-Aid stand. He later developed a website to market his business and by age 13, he realized he was an entrepreneur. Justin, now 15, won the Spark Opportunity Challenge, a competition that asks young people to share their ideas on how to create local jobs and opportunities for youth. He won for his idea to create Envision - the world’s first professional social network for teenage entrepreneurs – to build teams, collaborate on business ideas and raise funds.

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NOTE: Justin is a member of our BDPA Triangle chapter.

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