- A 9-year-old boy named Camden Myers has a coffee business that employes only people living with disabilities
- The boy reportedly employs people from Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools
- Camden suffered a traumatic brain injury when he was born, which serves as a great motivation for his venture
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Camden Myers, a 9-year-old boy Black boy in the United States has set up Cam’s Coffee Creations which employs only people living with disabilities.
Face2FaceAfrica.com reports that the staff at Camden Myers' Cam's Coffee Creations is made up of students from Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools who have disabilities.
The young boy himself suffered a traumatic brain injury when he was born. This challenge he suffered as well as the knack Camden has for business culminated into a strong drive for his business.
Most of what he suffered when he was young became realized by him as he aged. Simple tasks, such as tying shoes or holding a pencil became extremely difficult for the young boy.
As a result of becoming increasingly aware of his shortcomings, his self-esteem suffered greatly. The people caring for the young boy decided to set up the small coffee business to keep him engaged.
To their surprise, Camden enjoyed the experience so much that a decision was made to found what Cam’s Coffee Collections is today.
Currently, Camden's startup has become a thriving business, providing coffee locally and across the United States.
Myers serves fresh coffee while learning lessons of entrepreneurship, social and relationship skills, math, and the importance of goal setting, the business’ website said.
In other news, a Black woman from Detroit by name Annetta Powell who has been imprisoned for 24 months at the Alderson Federal Prison in West Virginia, known as 'Camp Cupcake' has made a huge comeback in the real estate industry since she was released in 2016.
Blackenterprise.com reports that her business in real estate started as far back as 2002 when the brilliant woman started making progress.
She leveraged her industry knowledge, published her first real estate book, and started conducting training seminars in 2007.
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