This week, one of BizNinja’s youngest entrepreneurs, Alina Morse joins us to share how her sweet tooth turned her into a teen CEO of a million dollar business. ⠀
Alina Morse just turned 15, and her quarantined birthday was exciting but bittersweet. While the high school freshman is home from school and away from her friends, the candy company she founded has seen business boom during the pandemic.
ABC7NY: Zolli Candy was invented by 14-year-old Alina Morse. The line is an all-natural, gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan and non-GMO candy, and certified sugar-free by Sugarwise.
Zolli's CEO, 13-yr-old Alina Morse, gave her one-minute elevator pitch on Entreprenuer's Elevator Pitch to raise $1 million. Watch to see if they sent her up or down!
Alina Morse, (who just turned 14!), came up with the idea for a better candy at age 7. Zolli Candy is now available at 25,000+ stores nationwide, she has a tasty reach on the healthy-candy market. This and more is why Alina Morse is our MVPP of the day.
13-year-old CEO Alina Morse runs Zolli Candy, and has the number-one-selling sugar-free lollipop on Amazon. Morse became the youngest person ever to land the cover of Entrepreneur.
InStyle's list Badass Women, selected for their badass contributions to science, social justice, law, politics, and many more industries — including Zolli Candy's Alina Morse.
অ্যালিনা মোর্স: তের বছর বয়সী এক মাল্টি-মিলিয়নিয়ার ( Alina Morse: Thirteen-year-old multi-millionaire)
Let's talk about lollipops, which many children love very much. It is also an application of the application of chewing gum for a long time as compared to normal chocolate. (Story is in Bangla)
Alina Morse is CEO of Zollipops - a candy business - that makes millions a year. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith and Dion Rabouin talked with her and the Editor of Entrepreneur, Jason Fieffer.
Fox Business Live - Mornings with Maria, June 2018. Zolli Candy's founder and CEO Alina Morse tells how Zolli Candy was started, and how it cleans, strengthens and tastes delicious. (4:13 video)
Einst haben sie Hollwood erobert, jetzt übernehmen Teenager die Chefetagen: Lernen Sie hier Alina Morse kennen, die mit Süßigkeiten Millionen verdient.