PALO ALTO, California, May 25, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Helping Create the Next Generation of Women Leaders, today marks the launch of the third book in The start-up team series by Brian Weisfeld, a former executive who was inspired by his daughters to create the novels. This friendship and entrepreneurship series lays the foundation for Weisfeld’s continuing mission to help girls realize their potential and fulfill their dreams, whatever their passion, by starting their first business.
Party problems (The Startup Squad # 3, Macmillan, 8 to 12 years old) continues the story of a diverse group of young friends who learn to work together to overcome the unique challenges of running their own business. Along with compelling stories, each book provides information, inspiration, and aspirations for the next generation of female CEOs, with tips for kids starting or running their first business and a profile of a real girl CEO.
In 2021, The Startup Squad will work with influential organizations including Girls Inc of NYC, EntreEd, and Girls Scout troupes across the country to donate books to underserved children so that cost is not a barrier to success. access to an entrepreneurial mindset. To date, more than 14,000 copies have been donated.
About Party issues:
The four friends of the Startup Squad want to raise funds, but when they can’t agree on the next business to start, they go it alone. Didi’s idea seems perfect: to make place cards for a wedding. But after the wedding planner gets sick, Didi finds himself in charge of everything – then the caterer cancels and the group is gone! Didi’s business goes from a dream to a disaster. Will the Startup Squad reunite in time to save the marriage?
About the Startup Squad:
Whether she’s opening her first lemonade stand or launching her business on Shark Tank, The Startup Squad empowers girls to realize their potential and fulfill their dreams, whatever their passions, through entrepreneurship – because Girls Mean Business. . The Startup Squad was founded by Brian Weisfeld, a former executive who has helped build a number of well-known billion dollar businesses including IMAX Corporation and Coupons.com. The start-up team The book series is published by Macmillan Publishers. Follow @thestartupsquad on social media or visit www.thestartupsquad.com for inspiring profiles of girl CEOs and tips for starting your child’s first business.
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