Friday, June 9, 2017

Discover How This 10-Year Old Black CEO Achieved National Distribution For Her Popular Invention

10-Year old Black CEO, Gabrielle Goodwin, Founder of Gabby Bows, gets distribution for her popular invention in Once Upon a Child Stores across the country.

Nationwide — Elementary entrepreneur Gabrielle Goodwin is now selling her hair accessory invention Gabby Bows in 50 Once Upon a Child stores in 16 states across the US. With the help of her mom Rozalynn, the 10 year-old CEO solved the age-old problem of disappearing girls’ hair barrettes by inventing The Double-Face Double-Snap Barrette by Gabby.

Gabrielle was just five years old when she started daily insisting she and her Mom create a barrette that would stay in her hair. They started the company when Gabrielle was seven years old. In just three years of operations, Gabby Bows have saved families time, money and frustration in all 50 states and eight countries through online sales at

A straight-A student, Gabrielle is the self-proclaimed President and CEO, handling inventory, serving as the lead saleswoman at trade shows, speaking to community groups and schools, personally writing thank you cards to customers who order online, and helping with sales taxes. She also hosts Gabby Play Dates to teach girls in children’s shelters about entrepreneurship.

In 2015, Gabrielle was named the youngest ever South Carolina Young Entrepreneur of the Year.

The following year, she and her mom were named a 2016 SCORE and Sam’s Club American Small Business Champion, and awarded as the 2016 SCORE Foundation Outstanding Diverse Business of the Year.

A children’s book about Gabrielle and Gabby Bows, “Gabby Invents the Perfect Hair Bow” will be published by Entrepreneur Kid this summer.  “It feels really good to walk in a store and see your own product on the shelves! I am grateful to have a lot of supporters and be expanding.” says Gabrielle Goodwin.

Posted by community events coordinator, Nzinga Lonstein Austin, is a prolific blogger who writes on the entertainment industry and issues for people with developmental and physical challenges.

She is presently in high school looking to have a career in video, film, and media. You can see more of her entertainment writing on Lonstein Movies.

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