2020 Children's Business Fair
The Naples 2020 Children's Business Fair was one of the largest fairs in the nation for this year, and a huge hit. Located at Gulf Coast High School, the fair had participation of 123 youth-run businesses, 211 student participants and 1,200 attendees. Congratulations to all the students for their hard-work and entrepreneurial spirit that made this event one to remember.
CBF Awards: 1st, 2nd, 3rd Place Cash Prizes per age group, 3 public vote awards; most original business idea, highest business potential, and best presentation/creativity, and The Sunshine Award for one business to display and sell their product in a local Sunshine Ace Hardware store awarded at the Fair.
Interested in participating in the Youth Business Fair?
The Greater Naples Chamber’s Youth Business Fair grant kids the opportunity to create a product, business model, marketing strategy and then sell that product to the public in a safe environment. The Acton Children’s Business Fair model was originally developed by the Acton Academy Schools and Acton MBA Program, organizations which believe in the power of work and entrepreneurship to improve self esteem and strong communities. After several successful fairs in Texas, they chose to give the opportunity to others across the country. Now Acton Children’s Business Fairs are active or planned in 25 different cities across the country (and one in Guatemala). Click here to learn more about the Children's Business Fair.
For more information contact Alex Breault, Director of Talent Initiatives, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (239) 403-2912.
Check Out the 2018 Naples Children's Business Fair in the News:
-"Business Fair in Naples Draws Hundreds"
-"Showcases Kids Entrepreneurial Spirit"
-"Young Entrepreneurs Flex Business Sense"
- "100 Kids Participated in Naples Children's Business Fair"
-"Chamber Connect- Naples Children's Business Fair"
-"2018 Naples Children's Business Fair"
-"Children's Business Fair- Video"
-"Kidpreneurs to Sell Products at Naples Business Fair"
-"Naples Kids Get a Jump Start on Being Entrepreneurs"