Want to raise kids that are poised for business success? According to a survey of 118 successful adult entrepreneurs, getting business experience while still a kid was one of most common paths to business success later in life. With this in mind, anything you can do to encourage your kid to start a lemonade stand, offer services door to door, or sell something will help build business confidence.

If you have a budding young entrepreneur in your home, here are some business name ideas you can use for your kids’ startup business. Stick around until the end of the article and I’ll share my favorite examples of kid-run businesses.

Kid Business

Kid Business Name Ideas

  • Kid Whiz
  • Eager Kid
  • Park Zone
  • Pink Puppy
  • Kid NYC
  • Urban Fourth
  • Oasis Plus
  • Kid Rabbit
  • Kiddish
  • Power Kids Weightlifting
  • Two Brothers
  • Brainster Games
  • Kid Gummy
  • Five Bites
  • School Shark
  • Topper Locker
  • Snuggle Spot
  • iKid
  • Punkie
  • Kid Collectors
  • Teen Food Co.
  • Siblings and Me
  • Skitten
  • Sister’s Cookie Company
  • Kid Ville
  • Tommy Time
  • Young Dog Walkers
  • Katie Yeaman Toys
  • Karie & Dedra
  • Darron Dives For You
  • Magan & Rute
  • Mel’s Cleaning Company
  • Faber Stuer
  • Too Much Toys
  • Blaine & Gidget
  • Shameka Gayle
  • Young Maverick
  • Leslie Hatcher Babysitting Club
  • Chantelle Daycare Club
  • Boy Toys
  • Block Bloke
  • Skid Kids
  • Mind Game
  • Next Level Gaming
  • Littlesnaps
  • Puppy Team
  • Go Kids
  • Tiny Bones
  • Pic Code
  • Better Than Ever
  • Janko
  • First Street Story
  • Kawaii
  • Root Tree
  • Scrap Sauce
  • Pets On Wheels
  • Game Girl
  • Puppy Bus

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  • Kid Me
  • Flat Brush
  • Backwards New
  • Brilliant Colors
  • Kids 4 Kids
  • Mind & Body
  • Backstreet Kid
  • Vision Spot
  • Pop City Life
  • Mind Market
  • Chuck To Apple
  • Fixit Kid
  • Power It!

Kid Store Name Ideas

  • Kids Place
  • Snap ‘n Snap
  • The Secret Toy Shop
  • The Kid Store
  • The Precious Backyard
  • Kid Stack
  • Compelling Kids
  • Little Zilla
  • Kid Runners
  • Shop Pack
  • Smart Shop
  • Store Bunny
  • Shopper Hop
  • Toy Fest
  • Brat Bag
  • Kid Grounds
  • Moda Kid
  • Carousel Kid
  • Kiddie Kart
  • Orange Baby Lab
  • The Puzzle Room
  • Skylabs
  • Activity Box
  • Beyond Toys
  • Kid Fit
  • Blue Words
  • Kidogo
  • Just Kids
  • Too Many Kids
  • Kid Power
  • House Of Toys
  • Simple Kids
  • Kids Meet
  • Exclusive Kids
  • Kids Cafe
  • Corner Store
  • Toys Shack
  • Trend Chain
  • Clever Toys
  • Carousel Supply
  • Kids By Design
  • Shoe Bee
  • 1st Time Toys
  • Zaremba
  • K2 Kids
  • Plus Sports Store
  • Smarty Pants Kids
  • Little Big Kids
  • Go Button
  • Kids Now
  • Toy Force
  • Ripples
  • Make It Kids
  • Smart Toys
  • Toy Craft
  • Toy Genie
  • Wishing Lamp
  • Mega Depot
  • Kids Central
  • Toy Cart
  • Toy Depot
  • Fun Factory
  • Smile For Miles
  • Dreamland
  • Fun Done
  • Home Run Child
  • Tee Wee
  • Developmental Learning Games
  • Pop Stash
  • Store Whiz
  • Treasures

Parent and Kid Business Names

  • Parent Wizard
  • Outfit Spot
  • Mom, Dad, and Me
  • Cinderella
  • Ever Parent
  • Bond
  • Parentsy
  • Mini Hen
  • One Shop
  • Tiny Bopper
  • Kid Stuffz
  • Me And You
  • Our Store
  • Family Depot
  • Parent Sense
  • Pink Pals Park
  • Kid Alley
  • Sam’s Club
  • Max’s Street
  • Fam Bam
  • Apple Best
  • Rocking Kids
  • Puff Stuff
  • Maplewood
  • Love in Brothers
  • Basket Brothers
  • Back To Home
  • My Old House
  • Shelf One
  • Amped Kids
  • We Are Roots
  • Dream Project
  • Forrester
  • Planet Scout
  • Two Tree Boy
  • Chip And Tonk
  • Oakville Cottage
  • Maple Street Kids
  • Shop For Art
  • Pottery Bell
  • Nest Of Heroes
  • Treehouse
  • Go Hopper
  • Pixels Shop
  • Kids Town
  • Peachtree
  • Penny Lane
  • My Kids
  • Screenspace
  • True Choice
  • Mac’s Kids
  • Neighborhood Toys
  • Cactus Tree
  • All Fresh
  • Noah’s Ark
  • Avanta
  • Parent Places
  • Pogo Plus
  • Little Big Bear
  • Pixels
  • Parent Kid City
  • Bunnings
  • Parent Land
  • Kid Pops
  • My Time Pantry
  • Snap Kids
  • Prep Play
  • Family For Life
  • True Wishes
  • Nest Health
  • Goodwill Factory

Mommy and me.

Mommy and Me Business Names

  • Kiddie Mama
  • Toy Mommy
  • Child’s Play
  • We Are Mamas
  • Mums
  • Yeah Mom
  • Just Mom And Me
  • Mom Rocket
  • Mom Speak
  • Little Fish
  • Moms 4 Kids
  • Ripple of the Young
  • Baby Bum Belly
  • Mom And Moose
  • Little Treats
  • Supercuts
  • My Parent Shop
  • Good Cakes
  • Mom’s Outlet
  • Shed of Love
  • Ladawn & Darrick
  • Parveen & Zain
  • Imane & Jerome
  • Momma Told Me
  • Shoprite
  • Don’t Talk Back
  • Stash Bunny
  • Puppy Tale
  • Vanilla Bunny
  • Giggle Goods
  • Mothers Lessons
  • Lessons from Mom
  • Pregnant with Love
  • Furry Boutique
  • Hello Jellybean
  • Story Boutique
  • Looks like Mom
  • Pinky Shake
  • You & Me
  • Mom Garage
  • Maddie
  • Binky Babies
  • Lil’ Snuggles
  • Motherse
  • The Dad Cart
  • 3 Generation Moms
  • Passed on Looks
  • Mom Calling
  • Mommy Camp
  • Hey Kid
  • Kid Side
  • Boy Of Mine
  • Baby Caster
  • Uber Kid
  • Mom Spot
  • Chips of The Old Block

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  • Tawna & Devin
  • Kitty & Robbin
  • Laurie & Sherri
  • Solange & Jerry
  • Teena & Mack
  • Joline & Darnell
  • Grace & Sherman
  • Steady Daughters
  • Mom Made It
  • My Mom
  • Pro Mom
  • Shop Pinkie
  • Chucks
  • Coolside
  • Kimmy Yummy

Child Business Name Ideas

  • Child Side
  • Teagan
  • On Cloud
  • Kid for Life
  • Prodigy
  • The Theory Lab
  • Cloud Check
  • View Software
  • Child Minders
  • Hayley Olson Child Care
  • Beauty By Andrea
  • Jump Around
  • Paper Badge
  • Tough Timmy
  • Zwizzy Time
  • Hey Bambino
  • Sunset Kids
  • After Glow
  • Brat Bag
  • Buddy Bug
  • Boy to Man
  • Wannabe
  • The Step Child Creators
  • Bridget
  • Chill with the Kids
  • One Sibling
  • Bambino Babes
  • Elda Robbin
  • Janelle Dolley
  • Yasmine the Kid
  • Chrystal & Winnie
  • Starr Tailor
  • Ann & Mabel
  • Jolyn Sitsler
  • Mitzie Foresman
  • Kayleen Scarr
  • Lindsy Keckler
  • Sybille & Stacia
  • Sondra Gilly
  • Lucy Tot
  • Vaughn at Dawn
  • Ruthie Oney
  • Lois & Eve
  • iChild
  • Sweet Child Candy Store
  • iDome
  • Carousel Engine
  • House Of Roar
  • Unseen By Genius
  • Skylight
  • Sprout
  • We Are Sisters
  • Paperclip Workshop
  • Solarlink
  • Radiant Sensations
  • Imagination Blue
  • Camille
  • Puppy Stop
  • Park City
  • Live The Story
  • Five Fingers
  • Picture By Picture
  • Mindware Kit
  • Smart Slate
  • Crossfit Johnson
  • Vega Growth Lab
  • Peon Little
  • Mindspace
  • Mind Age New
  • Dragon’s Eye
  • Traverse

Kid Online Store Name Ideas

  • Kidvincible
  • Instadigital
  • Skyclip
  • Penguin Bridge
  • Instabase
  • Compukid
  • Lightbulbs
  • Interrelated
  • Stream Kid
  • Kid Loadable
  • Linkstate
  • Kidlinked
  • Just Kids
  • My Customer
  • Parktown Dogs
  • Kidmart
  • Rory & Assa
  • Jinane Brandi
  • Jacint & Burkhard
  • Arbey Neman
  • Wilburn & Yury
  • Guenter & Retta
  • Trish & Laurent
  • Villar Gruwell
  • Maday Whitver
  • Robby Burk
  • Millie Zinter and More
  • Kiddle Kids
  • Fox Geek
  • Net Ball for Kiddos
  • Spunky
  • Storehouse
  • Retail Spree
  • Storefest
  • Kiddo
  • Monster of Love
  • Penny Wallet
  • Flashcards
  • Upscale
  • Thumb Shopper
  • The New Schooler
  • Retail Rascals
  • Franky
  • Kite
  • Webshop
  • Path Breaking
  • Webzine
  • Datastore
  • The Kid Door
  • Cute Bloke
  • Rip Rocket
  • Milliard
  • Energetics
  • Online Only
  • Milton
  • Goofy Ghost
  • Electro Positive
  • Stocked
  • Thrifty Hero
  • Monster
  • Favorite Market
  • Manchild E-Commerce
  • Cybermart
  • Foodland
  • Snoop E-Commerce
  • French Friends
  • Shops Talk
  • Green Grocer
  • Grocer Plus
  • Bizzle
  • Onlive

This kid sells cupcakes.

Kid Chef Name Ideas

  • Gold Box Chef
  • Chef Zilla
  • Chef Star
  • Healthy Choice
  • The Chopped Dough
  • Easy Chili
  • Delight Foods
  • Precious Lemon
  • All Chef
  • Cutie Chefs
  • Pepperplant
  • Lil’ Chef Hands
  • Kids In Chef
  • Dinner Story
  • Chef Nook
  • Instant Chef
  • Userchefs
  • Kid Food
  • Aspiring Chef
  • Hip Chef
  • Chef Cred
  • Cooking With Me

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  • Young Chef
  • Chef Fusion
  • Kid Chef Games
  • Chef of Kindness
  • Delightful Kitchen
  • Chubby Dogs
  • Smart Foods
  • Puppy Chef
  • Food For Kids
  • Think Kid Chef
  • Chef Slice
  • Munchkins
  • Diners
  • Chefs Ahoy
  • Noob Foodie
  • Tiny Gourmet
  • Sugar Foot
  • Saucier
  • Sweet Little Things
  • Puff Chef
  • Skippy
  • Bakery Boss
  • Chefs Spot
  • Super Chef Joe
  • All That Juice
  • A Plus Chef
  • Today’s Bowl
  • Little Urban Chef
  • Thirsty Lemon
  • Culinary Matters
  • Little Menu
  • Sweet Rainbows
  • Ben’s Treats
  • Aaron’s Apron
  • Charlotte’s Kitchen
  • Tim’s Bakery
  • Emilia’s Fun Treats
  • Easy To Cook With Brooke
  • Baker Shaker
  • Little Iron Chef
  • The Flavor Kid
  • Simple Little Menus
  • Kids in the Kitchen
  • Cajun Kid
  • Kebaby
  • A to Z of Cooking
  • Charlie Bakes Cookies
  • Pepper & Spice
  • Chef’s Castle
  • Brad Bakes a Cake
  • Kitchen Whiz
  • Star Chef
  • Fresh Chef of Beverly Hills

What Are Some Examples of Businesses That Kids Can Start?

Do you want your children to begin earning money right away, yet you don’t know where to start? Here are some fantastic startup ideas for kids, tasks that your kids (or not-so-little ones) can operate.

Lemonade Stand. Selling lemonade is the most tried and true little business of all time. A lemonade business sounds awesome with the hot temperatures and summer vacations approaching. A lemonade stand teaches your children the importance of proper pricing, goods, promotion, and location in a business.

Blogging. I’m planning to steer my girls in this direction. Many adults and children benefit from blogging as a source of income. Your teenager can also get a lot done by starting and monetizing a blog. Allow them to first choose a subject that they are interested in. Crafting, gardening, toy reviews, recipes, and self-confidence are just a few example topics you could cover. I would also lump other forms of media like vlogging or podcasting in this category.

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The cool thing about learning to create a vlog or blog is that you build up a long list of marketable skills in the process. You’ll learn about photography, video editing, writing, marketing basis, and gain confidence communicating online. Even if your first YouTube Channel isn’t commercially successful, your kid can use the skills they learned to get a side-hustle for someone else.

I look back at my own childhood and started making little websites back in the late 90s when the internet became available in my area. I think my first website was on the subject of professional wrestling of all things. While that website didn’t earn me a dime, I learned some basic HTML and publishing skills that allowed to land my first job after college.