For a 10-year-old entrepreneur, early retirement is already on the horizon.
Pixie Curtis, who launched a lucrative accessories and toy business with her mother in Sydney, Australia, could be set for life before she even graduates high school.
“You won’t need to worry; you can retire at 15 the way you’re going,” her mother, public relations expert Roxy Jacenko, told her daughter in a joint interview.
The mother-daughter team founded Pixie’s Bows in 2011, followed by Pixie’s Fidgets in May, with the two businesses expected to earn $21 million over the next decade, according to the publication. Pixie’s Fidgets sold more than $200,000 in merchandise in the first month alone.
The “most satisfying” part of the journey, according to Jacenko, has been witnessing her daughter’s passion and business aptitude. “The entrepreneurial attitude that she has at such a young age is what excites me the most,” she remarked.
Pixie Curtis and her mother launched Pixie’s Fidgets after the success of Pixie’s Bows.
“I never had it, despite the fact that it was drilled into me that I had to succeed.” “When I was 14, I took a job at McDonald’s because that’s what everyone did back then,” she explained.
Pixie stated that she intends to spend her income on a shopping spree for her mother as well as a luxury getaway for the holidays.
“I’m going to get her some new clothes because she has no good clothes at all,” Pixie also told that “I also want to get her some real hair because she truly needs hair extensions.”
“Today, a buddy told me that his family is traveling to Paris for Christmas, which I think is fantastic, so I told Mom that I think we should go to my favorite destination, Fiji.”