Trust is a word that gets thrown around a lot in the marketing and advertising industry, and for good reason. From the ongoing global pandemic and prevailing economic crisis to the mass protests against systemic racism, human trust is at a boiling point. According to the Edelman Trust Barometer Special Report conducted between May and June of , consumers want brands to be at the center of societal change. People want brands to serve as advocates for the issues that impact their lives.
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Teach Your Teen How to Start Their Own Business
While Generation Xers struggle to move up the corporate ladder because Baby Boomers aren't retiring as early as planned, those who fall under Generation Y have been making their own income in innovative ways. This list presents some of America's youngest entrepreneurs, and we hope it will inspire you and help you realize that it's neither never too late or too early to pursue your dreams of being a business owner. Hart Main is a year old that came up with the idea of manly scented candles when he was teasing his sister about the girly scented ones she was selling for a school fundraiser. Although she didn't expect him to fully pursue the manly scented candles idea himself, he did, and the idea has turned into a nationwide success. Today, ManCans candles are in over 60 stores across the country and have sold about 9, units.
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