Pixie Curtis, a 10 years old Australian girl and founder of toy company, Pixie Fidgets, who also owns a hair accessory company, Pixie bows may choose to retire by the age of 15 if she wishes.
The 10 years old elementary school girl with the help of her mother started a fashion company called Pixie bows when she was only 2 years old before launching Pixie Fidgets last year.
So far, the business ventures of the 10 years old have been a success as the toy company Pixie Fidgets made $140,000 during the first month of its launch having sold out the first batch of released toys in the first 48 hours.
The successful business venture started out as a mother dotting on her child on social media. In 2014, Pixie’s mum Roxy Jacenko started an Instagram page, uploading pictures of her daughter wearing different fashion fits and beautiful bows.
As her Instagram page began to amass some following, Roxy decided to start the hair accessory company selling bows modelled after the one Pixie wore in her photos.
It was a good decision as the bows received huge patronage from social media followers as celebrities’ kids like North West, True Thompson and Suri Cruise were spotted wearing the bows and soon after, her following grew even more.
Pixie Fidgets and Pixie bows are now under Pixie Pix, the parent company which in addition to toys and hair accessories sell games and other Pixie approved goodies online for kids to enjoy.
Pixie Pix has now moved to a warehouse and indeed completed a huge milestone as they stock up in order to meet customer demands. During the Christmas period, the company delivered about $60,000 worth of toys as Orders for Christmas presents.
Being successful at a young age has its perks as Roxy purchased a Mercedes Benz GL worth $270,000 for Pixie which she uses to drive the 10-year-old and her brother to school every morning.