There is no age limit to starting your business, and that is the mentality of Mini-preneurs. The New York- based program strives to teach young people how to start a business, and the important skills required for entrepreneurship. For their first venture, the boys decided to create a hot chocolate stand because they love hot chocolate and saw a potential market at their school. They reached out to FIKA to learn more about the business of chocolate. Lena Khoury, Fika's director of strategy and communications of FIKA, met with the group and discuss the importance of customer service. She explained the logistics of running a coffee shop and meeting customers' expectations. She stressed the importance of listening to customers' feedback and adapting your business meet to their needs.
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