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You love the idea of starting, running, and building a business (or else you wouldn’t be reading this). It’s something that’s an extension of yourself, fulfills your passion, and provides you with the best life you could ever live.

But the keyword is that you “love the idea”. Very few people actually know how to start, run, and build a business. That’s why JuniorBiz was born.

More specifically, that’s why we spent $80,000 on our education, dedicated hundreds of hours studying the world’s top young entrepreneurs, and combined this knowledge into one of the web’s most comprehensive, practical guides on how to start a business.

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For two years I scraped and scoured the internet hunting for the world’s top young entrepreneurs so I could harvest their secrets.

If I wanted to be successful, I had to learn from the best. I needed to hear their stories. How they started. How they grew. How they are building their empires right now. And I needed to hear it straight from their mouths.

So I narrowed my list of 100+ young entrepreneurs down to the top 25. We contacted them, gathered their secrets and published a book. Here’s a list of the world’s top 25 young entrepreneurial success stories.

Discover the Top 25 Young Entrepreneurs…

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Lindsay Manseau’s mom started a freelance wedding photography business when Lindsay was 14.

She wanted to help her mom out so she volunteered to accompany her to a bridal show. Two years later, Lindsay had gotten involved in every aspect of the photography business – from networking with brides to doing the paperwork to taking the pictures – and she loved every minute of it.

In 2009, Lindsay photographed 25 weddings on her own as a freelancer. Her business was thriving, but she wanted a way to better connect with her couples and the wedding industry. That’s when Lindsay began developing My Marriage Market, an online platform where couples and vendors will be able to connect. The site is set to launch later this summer. In the mean time, Lindsay is a 20-year-old college junior studying entrepreneurship and small business at the University of Southern Maine.

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Sabirul Islam grew up in a crime-ridden borough of London, England.

His eyes were opened to entrepreneurship by his cousin, who offered Sabirul a job at the age of 13. But when Sabirul was fired a few weeks later, he decided to take matters into his own hands. At 14, he gathered six of his friends and started Veyron Technology, a website design company. Sabirul made his first $1000 within the first two weeks.

In January of 2008, at age 17, Sabirul self-published his first book. The World at Your Feet offers young people guidance and encouragement to turn their entrepreneurial vision into reality. It’s safe to say that Sabirul is an expert on the subject: not only has the book sold 60,000 copies, Sabirul has also launched a board game (‘Teen-Trepreneur’), become a globe-trotting public speaker (over 600 speaking engagements), and started his own publishing company for aspiring teen authors.

Now 19, Sabirul keeps busy by developing an interactive website for young entrepreneurs, writing three additional books, and otherwise setting out to conquer the world.

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