A young girl from London, England is proving to the world that it is never too early to learn how to be a savvy business person.
The Voice, a black-owned British newspaper reported recently that Na’ariyah Kamare Hall (pictured) is already getting her start as a successful entrepreneur. The nine-year-old media darling has a YouTube channel called Kamare’s Crazy Creations. She’s also a part of a company called Ultra Kids, which was founded by her father Julian Hall.
Na’ariyah’s YouTube channel is full of videos, which showcase her skills as a cook, marketing guru, and a presenter doing professional product reviews. The adorable, articulate pitch maker always wanted to have her own YouTube channel. Na’ariyah’s aspirations to do what she is doing now came to her early in life.
“When I was five, I always wanted to have a YouTube channel. So a couple of years later, I asked my parents if I could start a channel and they said yes,” Na’ariyah told The Voice.
Na’ariyah credits her mother with influencing her to promote and sell products associated with a healthy diet. The pint-sized food maven also runs a company that sells a vegan chocolate spread called ChocoRia.
“Ever since I could eat solid foods my mum has always cooked healthy meals,” Na’ariyah also told The Voice. “She encourages me to try a wide variety of food, and educated me on the benefits of healthy eating. Also, I’m a huge foodie, so I enjoy trying lots of different ingredients,” she continued.
Na’ariyah’s ChocoRia spread does not contain gluten, sugar, or dairy ingredients. She had some good advice for adults who want to encourage their children to eat healthier.
“The key is to make it fun, tasty and get them involved in the kitchen,” Na’ariyah said in her interview with The Voice. “I’ve been eating ChocoRia for as long as I can remember. My mum came up with the recipe as a healthier alternative to chocolate spread,” she added.
The Hall family has shown that the home is the place where children get their biggest and foremost amount of influence. Educating your children about financial responsibility and business at an early age is very important. It sets them up for what they will be dealing with on a regular basis when they become adults.