Our history began when a young boy and his brother wanted to buy a computer. Ever since the age of 11, Creel Price, has been an entrepreneur. In order to earn money to buy a Commodore 64, Creel decided to start a strawberry growing business. Creel then developed over ten successful businesses by the time he left school, and went on to create several very successful businesses. After retiring when he sold Blueprint Management, he wanted to give back to the world, so he founded the Club Kidpreneur Foundation in 2009 to teach children to develop entrepreneurial skills.
Creel and a group of his entrepreneur colleagues started Club Kidpreneur to deliver a simplified program teaching kids how to start a micro-enterprise. The team of entrepreneurs originally taught at after school programs or in holiday camps. After a couple of years they sat down and asked the question, “How can we make this program grow and reach the most kids?” Ever since 2013, the program has been delivered in schools by teachers and has now been taught to 8,000 children.