About the Authors
What is it about teaching our children the basic principles of sound money management that seems to tighten the throat and sew the lips of the average parent? Don’t ask brothers Matthew and Adam Toren, they’ve been far too busy bucking the trend.
The Toren’s carry their tremendous entrepreneurial spirit like a torch, and are eager to pass it forward to the world’s youth while the flame is still burning. The brothers have spent years dedicated to researching the best practices in modern business and then teaching the techniques to others while also establishing and maintaining their own steady stream of successful businesses.
One of their passions has been to help ailing businesses by passing along all they know. This entrepreneurial instinct, blended with an even measure of their altruistic nature led the Torens to found Young Entrepreneur, the largest and fastest growing social networking forum for young entrepreneurs.
Stopped by nothing and often inspired, the Torens set out to author their own book to teach children the same principles they had been teaching adults for years. Kidpreneurs was born – a book that stokes a child’s desire to get involved in business early by fueling their curiosity in simple, engaging, creative, and safe ways.
The philosophy behind the book is simple. The future of our children begins with us! Most people say, “It’s never too late.” The Torens say, “It’s never too early.” The benefits for an early introduction to the basic principles and infinite rewards of entrepreneurship are massive. The Torens have managed to break down otherwise difficult concepts in to fun to read bites that any bright minded child can easily enjoy.
All children share the inalienable right to become financially independent, whether rich or poor, city or suburb. Sharpening a child’s entrepreneurial skills will equip them with the skills necessary to tackle a limitless future. There is no reason it cannot start at an earlier age. Kidpreneurs puts the power in the hands of the future.
"You've heard the saying, 'It's never too late.' We say, 'It's never too early!'"