There are three weeks left to enter our 2020 Get a Bigger Wagon Young Entrepreneur Awards competition. Your son or daughter could win up to $1500, depending on their age.  Offer to help your son or daughter make a short video telling us about their business, add a few photos, and encourage them to apply. We are accepting entries until December first. We sincerely appreciate early entries! This year, there will be some chan... continue reading

At age 16, Judah Tyreman is already an experienced businessperson. Judah's family is entrepreneurial, and he got an early start by setting up a lemonade stand in a farmers’ market that his mother organized. From this experience, Judah learned that he had the power to make money. When he received a rock tumbler as a gift, he began collecting, polishing, and learning about gems. He created a summer display in a senior citizen’s centre and soon expanded in... continue reading

Lucas Degelman comes from a long line of entrepreneurs and has learned a great deal through observation. He was only seven years old when he realized he had the power to earn money. He sold lemonade with his brother and friends and concluded that if he put in the work, the money would follow. By the time he was nine, he had worked in a yard maintenance business and began developing Lucas Candy. ... continue reading

McKayla Kinnaird was born into an entrepreneurial family and has been able to participate in family projects. She took part in the Lemonade Day Youth Entrepreneurship Program for three consecutive years, where she learned firsthand the basics of food preparation and customer service. At age five, McKayla could explain her business to visitors.   McKayla began baking at six years of age. Her mother supported her early kitchen experimentation, reinfor... continue reading

The Haddocks, and Edwards School of Business, feel optimistic about the future of entrepreneurship in Saskatchewan. The second crop of young entrepreneurs (kids 7 to 15) to enter the Get a Bigger Wagon Young Entrepreneur Awards (GABWYEA) exhibits a wide variety of interests and business styles. Three of the four 2019 award recipients are return applicants, and they have fine-tuned or reinvented their businesses with remarkable success. Gord Haddock said, “It was great to... continue reading

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