DENVER EIGHTH-GRADER CREATES HER OWN RETAIL LINE OF SPICE BLENDS
MARCH 13, 2017
It's not every middle-schooler who has the gumption to actually start a small business, but when Emily Rudnick, who's in eighth grade at Aspen Academy, was assigned the task for school project, she took the idea beyond what her teachers expected. The result is Rudspice , the fourteen-year-old's own blend of chiles and spices that she created with the help of her father, David.
SCHOOL PROJECT TURNS INTO FULLY FUNCTIONING SPICE BLEND BUSINESS FOR 14-YEAR-OLD
March 28, 2017
Emily Rudnick remembers vividly the first time she and her dad mixed up a batch of the sneakily hot spice that bears her family name.
She and her dad stopped by the Savory Spice Shop in Denver and picked up the 15 ingredients including five different chilies that make up Rudspice, a dry concoction she started developing in 2014 after experimenting with barbecue dry rub
MEET THE 14-YEAR-OLD ENTREPRENEUR PARTNERING WITH SAVORY SPICE SHOP
APRIL 11, 2017
Emily Rudnick, an eighth grader at Greenwood Village’s Aspen Academy, isn’t your typical 14-year-old. For starters, she’s well on her way to owning her own company.
Rudnick has enjoyed cooking since she was five years old, starting with simple dishes like eggs and mac and cheese, and later, upping the ante with steak and grilled veggies. As she grew older, Rudnick developed a taste for spice; Mexican is her favorite cuisine. But she had trouble finding a seasoning blend to add flavor and heat to her cooking, so she took matters into her own hands.
8TH GRADER TURNS CLASS PROJECT INTO AN ACTUAL BUSINESS
March 16, 2017
An eighth grader at Aspen Academy in Greenwood Village takes her school projects seriously.
Fourteen-year-old Emily Rudnick's teacher assigned her class a project to create a business plan for a product or service.
Well, Emily did that, then took it a step (or two) further...and actually started a business.
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