Meet the 6-year-old CEO of a booming bath bomb business

Meet the 6-year-old CEO of a booming bath bomb business

- Six-year-old Oliver ''Ollie'' Fequiere is the CEO of a bath bomb business

- Fequiere's bath bombs come with miniature toys with vibrant colours and unique themes enclosed

- He founded the booming company in 2018

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At six years old, Oliver ''Ollie'' Fequiere is the CEO of a bath bomb business which he founded in 2018.

The bath bombs come outfitted with miniature toys in vibrant colours and themed uniquely so that they would make any child excited to take a bath.

Fequiere’s business gained the spotlight and attention of his classmates when he came up with the perfect item to share with his classmates for show-and-tell.

According to becauseofthemwecan.com, Fequiere’s mum, Daria King, disclosed that the kids at her son’s school were asked to bring in something that they personally made and considered unique.

Daria King indicated that her six-year-old son, who has been modelling for the past three years and really enjoys it, was not certain about what to present to his classmates.

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Oliver Fequiere: Meet the 6-year-old CEO of a booming bath bomb business

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At a pals’ birthday party, Ollie presented his bath bomb as a gift to his friend who fell in love with his product.

The positive endorsement from his friend indicated that his product was the perfect idea to share with others.

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Oliver Fequiere: Meet the 6-year-old CEO of a booming bath bomb business

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''He has always been fairly business savvy. With modeling, he loves earning money and understands that work equals dollars. After we made bath bombs for his Christmas stocking in 2017... he decided he wanted to make some to sell to his friends,'' Daria King, said.

His parents have been helpful. His dad does all the graphics and his mom the making, and he works on testing and takes the major decisions.

Frequiere also works on the packing and videos for all the products.

Watch video of Ollie below.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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