Youthful perspectives on entrepreneurship ring true for all

With this feature, we seek to capture a glimpse of what you and your neighbors have to say about a variety of topics, issues, events – and just plain fun questions.

You might see us anywhere around town, with notepad and camera, randomly seeking out folks who are willing to participate. If we find you, we hope you will want to respond.

At Entrepreneur Day for Kids, a market featuring young people selling their handmade products, held at the USCB Gateway campus in Bluffton, we asked: “What makes an entrepreneur successful?”

Camille, Greenville, 7: “Hard work, and keep working.”

Elle Lorenz, Myrtle Beach, 13: “A good entrepreneur would follow her dreams no matter what.”

Vivia Shapiro, Hilton Head Island, 13: “Someone who, even if something goes bad, they keep going and never stop.”












Alice Brown, Bluffton, 9: “Selling good products; don’t sell old, bad stuff. And don’t waste the money you make.”

Ben Brown, Bluffton, 6: “Working together with anyone on a good idea.”