A shift from paper-rounds to teens ‘building empires from their bedrooms’?
Generation Z (those born in the mid 1990s to early 2000s) are finding new ways to make substantial amounts of money from the comfort of their very own bedrooms. Reselling hyped merchandise from the likes of Supreme online, through platforms such as Depop and Ebay is making some teens up to several thousand pounds a month.
A number of entrepreneurial teens are using social media to gauge the popularity of limited edition products, to then purchase and resell them online.
The article on The Guardian’s website talks about this new trend and speaks to a few of the entrepreneurial teens making money from it.