The Mid-Year Liberty County Children's Business Fair is a unique opportunity for Liberty County's savvy future business Kidpreneurs ages 5-17 to showcase their talents and launch their very own startup business.
There is space for only the first 50 approved vendors. There is no booth fees. Yes, it's free to participate and the Kidpreneur gets to keep their earnings.
Our youth are capable of far more than we can imagine. The future business entrepreneurs will develop a brand, create a product or service, build a marketing strategy and then open for customers at this one-of-a-kind, one-day marketplace. Some rules are the same. The future business entrepreneur is responsible for the setup, sales and interaction with customers, where they will have the opportunity to sell to real customers and make their own money. Parents are not allowed to sell to customers or promote their child's product at the event.
We will host 50 youth start-up businesses at the Mid-Year event on April 2, 2022, from 8am–2:30pm @ The Main Exchange Parking Lot. 345 Lindquist Rd,
Ft. Stewart, Ga 31315. Deadline for all applications is March 22, 2022, or once 50 entrepreneurs are accepted.
Preliminary applications will be filled out on this site at https://www.childrensbusinessfair.org/hinesville-georgia
and once accepted, you will be notified via email with the official application, booth fee acknowledgement and release form to be returned. Please see the FAQ section at the top of this page for official information.
This event is organized and hosted by Tila Walker owner of Sign Gypsies Hinesville. Sponsors include but not limited to Acton Academy, The Acton School of Business and the generous support of our donors and volunteers. We all believe that principled entrepreneurs are heroes and role models for the next generation.
Whether an entrepreneur is famous like Elon Musk or Oprah Winfrey or they are one of the thousands of unsung business owners across this country, these are the people who make sacrifices to innovate, create jobs and serve their communities.