Teens are brave, creative and powerful.
Biz is a platform designed with teens for teens to help them launch their business ideas to their trusted community.
We are designing Biz together.
We are here to build something of value together with the people who will use our platform. We run business workshops with schools, parents and teens focus on one main outcome:
Teens launching a business idea and making their first sale.
Those are opportunities for our community to work together, have a fun time, reflect and learn about design thinking, business models, as well as discuss youth empowerment and leadership.
Biz co-creation workshop
Request one free workshop for your school!
Biz workshops give teens all they need to take their ideas into reality, Using tools to develop an understanding of their customers, how to improve their offerings and setting business goals.
Why run a Biz workshop:
- Teens get to explore business ideas and make their first sale
- Teachers and parents get introduced to business methodologies and tools to empower next steps
Booklet + The Biz Store
The Biz Store is a web application to help teens set up businesses with your friends, track your sales and browse other business ideas.
Launching teen business.
If you are a teenager thinking of starting a business or know one who is The Biz Store will help you get started!
Go to www.thebiz.store and get started today!
Sign up to join our community.
Biz has received the Optus Future Makers Award in 2016, which means we are offering a limited number of subsidised workshops across Australia in 2017!
Please fill your details, and we will get in touch.
If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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