Transcript for The SSK Kidventor $25,000 giveaway
our favorite things you guys just can't miss. This week we're sharing cool ideas from some of the most creative minds. It's time for you gotta see this kid-ventor's edition. Today's guest is a 10-year-old who came up with a way to take your glam routine on the go. Please welcome today's kid-ventor. Hi. Yes. Nice to meet you. Hi, sweetie. Hey, sweetheart. How are you? Good. This is so fun. Welcome. You look beautiful. Step back. Angle that way just a little bit. We have to see your beautiful self. Your name and where you're from. Kaydence from Essex, Connecticut. I love that name. What is your invention? A girl's best friend. It's a portable hair brush you can bring on the go. It has the hair brush and the container in the back -- For hair ties. It has hair spray at the bottom. That's beautiful. And a mirror. It's funny. I had to do my hair for this show. I was talking about how I needed one of those at the moment. I needed everything and couldn't find it. Very smart. How did you come up with this idea? I do dance and cheerleading and I'm usually late for school. I have to like do things on the go. If I'm doing my hair, getting ready in the car, it's one convenient spot for all my things. That's amazing. Your mom is out here. Was she always this inventive? She was. She's always been very active and loves science. She used to make a lot of potions out of my stuff in the bathroom. There's a lot of slime stains around my home. Yes, I'm not surprised she enjoyed inventing things. It could pay off eventually. I hope so. We have a lot of furniture to replace. Kaydence, I got to say, that is brilliant. Smart invention. Great job. You know what, this has been such a fun week for us. We had all these kid-ventors out here. We're going to reacquaint everybody. We brought everybody back for this Friday show. We're going to start with our man Luke. There you go, Luke. If you remember, Luke created the refresh-mitt. It's a baseball Mitt that helps you keep hydrated on the field. Then we have Olivia who invented the happy ride which reduces car sickness. Then we had Charles who created the beacon for firefighters -- Binge beacon. Binge beacon for firefighters to get out of a smoke-filled house. Then we have Joshua who created his line of Mr. Fresh air fresheners. Then we just saw Kaydence who created a girl's best friend. A portable hair brush and hair spray container all in one. Well, a very special person saw all your ideas and was very, she had to be here today. Please welcome the founder and CEO of Frida, Chelsea hirschwern. Chelsea, great to see you. Jordin has been dying to meet you. So great to meet you. Chelsea, you had a chance to see all these inventions and how creative they are. What advice do you have for You guys are amazing first of I was so impressed by all of you. Give them a round of applause. Michael, the best advice I can give you guys is the difference between a really good idea and a great business is all in the get to know every single detail about making the products. Get to know how they're made, where they're made, how to pack them, how to ship them, how to sell them, how to advertise them. Don't ever let the fact that you haven't done this before scare you. You have all the experience you'll ever need. I love that. Great advice. Thank you for that advice. You guys can do that? Yeah. What do they need next to elevate the ideas? What do you need next? I'm so impressed by how far you've come already. Your passion, your creativity. I know you have what it takes to get to the next level. I also know it's really hard to do it alone. I've been there. Totally been there. I know how hard it is to do it alone. What I'm going to do is help you guys get through this next phase. You have to start talking to suppliers and get production samples made. I'm going to give you guys $25,000, $5,000 for each of you, to help you continue this very exciting journey. I'll be there along the way in case you need any help. Here you go. Thank you so much. There you go, Jordin. This goes to Kaydence. I love your idea. Great job. Your advice is amazing. I know you're a mother of three. You juggle so much. You created a multi-million dollar business. It's such an inspiration to everybody here, not just kids. Thank you so much for helping their dreams advance. My pleasure.
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