Nation’s Largest Children’s Business Fair Announces Partnership with the Brian Hamilton Foundation


July 15, 2019

Media Contact: Rupal Nishar,

Executive Director, Triangle Children’s Business Fair


Phone: 914-274-0111


Nation’s Largest Children’s Business Fair Announces Partnership with the Brian Hamilton Foundation


Raleigh, NC – A new partnership between the Triangle Children’s Business Fair and the Brian Hamilton Foundation is helping introduce youth to the importance of an entrepreneurial mindset by giving them the opportunity to learn everything they need to know to start, run, and grow a business. As a result of this partnership, hundreds of children ages 6-18 years old will be able to launch their very own startup business.

The Triangle Children’s Business Fair is a one-day event on August 17th that provides an opportunity for kids to develop a brand, create a product or service, build a marketing strategy and ultimately obtain customers to make a profit.

“We are extremely grateful for the support and dedication of the Brian Hamilton Foundation to empower our youth to be entrepreneurs,” said Rupal Nishar, Executive Director, Triangle Children’s Business Fair.

“We believe age should never be a barrier to starting a business,” said Brian Hamilton, Founder of the Brian Hamilton Foundation. “We look forward to working together with the Triangle Children’s Business Fair to prepare youth everywhere with the tools to launch their own ventures and develop 21st century skills to increase the odds of a successful future.”

Event Details: Booths will be set up at Park West Village in Morrisville, NC (Village Market Place, Morrisville, NC 27560) on August 17th, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. where kid entrepreneurs will be able to interact and sell their product or service.

About the Brian Hamilton Foundation

The Brian Hamilton Foundation was established with one principle in mind: with the right resources and support, anyone can be a successful entrepreneur. The foundation provides free entrepreneurship education resources, with the goal of helping people take part in the American dream and climb the social and economic ladder.


“I didn’t know what an entrepreneur was but the[n] when Mr. Hamilton came to West Wilkes Middle School it changed my perspective on business careers.”

Caleb Huffman Student West Wilkes Middle School

Being an instructor… allows me to empower aspiring entrepreneurs with the business tools that they need to be successful in our society.

Monica Russell Instructor Inmates to Entrepreneurs

We believe that entrepreneurship unlocks the door to economic opportunity in the United States.

Margaret Froneberger Chief Executive Officer Brian Hamilton Foundation

Having your own company is for everyone, not just those born into privilege.

Brian Hamilton Founder Brian Hamilton Foundation