- Advertisement -
Home Children's Corner She Launched A Tea Company At 9-Years-Old

She Launched A Tea Company At 9-Years-Old

- Advertisement -

PICTURE BY KARNESHA WORFORD / CATERS NEWS

Brayisha Avery was always fond of spending time with her grandmother; her grandma also introduced her to her favorite drink, tea. Brayisha doesn’t just love a cup of warm tea, the elementary school student from Kansas City also started a company to sell it. ‘Grandma’s Tea’ is a non-caffeinated tea made for kids. “Bray” sells USDA certified organic teas that moms can feel good about their kids drinking.

Bray’s grandmother once gave her a tea as a remedy for her cold and surprisingly, it worked. That kicked off her love affair with tea, from an early age. Bray isn’t just a cute face pushing a brand but in fact, she actually packs the teas herself. Having watched her mom’s example of entrepreneurship, Bray was inspired to start her own company and based on the love she had for tea, could think of no better venture to pursue. Grandma’s Tea has a website and social media accounts to market its products.

Entrepreneurship isn’t for adults and it isn’t for kids — entrepreneurship is for everyone. Brayisha felt no particular need to wait until she finished college to start her business, even at the age of 9 she felt the time was right. What’s your excuse for not pursuing your passion? The time is always right to become an entrepreneur!


- Advertisement -
D'Juan Hopewell
I care about Black Power. Period. Currently working on creating jobs and funding new startups on the South Side of Chicago and writing here and there at HopewellThought.com. Follow me @HopewellThought.
- Advertisement -

Stay Connected

328,595FansLike
732,979FollowersFollow
220,589FollowersFollow
2,458FollowersFollow
2,988SubscribersSubscribe

Must Read

NYC Awarded $3.4 Billion In Covid Contracts, Black Businesses Got Less Than 1%

Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images New York City awarded $3.4 billion in Covid-19 contracts during the pandemic but a mere 1% went to...
- Advertisement -

Black Chocolatier Creates His Own Chocolate Company After Being Fired & Raises over $230k in Investments!

Getting terminated from a job can be stressful and discouraging, especially when you may not know how you are going to cover...

NYPD Hired White Companies To Help Improve Relationship With Blacks

(Radekdrewek/Dreamstime.com) 97,000 people were stopped in New York due to stop-and-frisk in 2001. By 2011, the number had climbed...

First COVID, Now Black Entrepreneurs Prep For Hurricanes: Here Are 3 Tips

MARIO TAMA/GETTY IMAGES There's a storm brewing in the Atlantic but no one seems to be paying attention. The...

Related News

NYC Awarded $3.4 Billion In Covid Contracts, Black Businesses Got Less Than 1%

Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images New York City awarded $3.4 billion in Covid-19 contracts during the pandemic but a mere 1% went to...

Black Chocolatier Creates His Own Chocolate Company After Being Fired & Raises over $230k in Investments!

Getting terminated from a job can be stressful and discouraging, especially when you may not know how you are going to cover...

NYPD Hired White Companies To Help Improve Relationship With Blacks

(Radekdrewek/Dreamstime.com) 97,000 people were stopped in New York due to stop-and-frisk in 2001. By 2011, the number had climbed...

First COVID, Now Black Entrepreneurs Prep For Hurricanes: Here Are 3 Tips

MARIO TAMA/GETTY IMAGES There's a storm brewing in the Atlantic but no one seems to be paying attention. The...

I Traced My Lineage To The Real DJANGO

As we are still in the never-ending fight for Freedom, I wanted to recognize a former slave.  This story is still relevant...
- Advertisement -

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here