Pixie Curtis: 10-Year-Old Girl Who Owns Two Companies, Could Retire at 15

Pixie Curtis: 10-Year-Old Girl Who Owns Two Companies, Could Retire at 15

  • Ten-year-old Pixie Curtis, the owner of two companies, could become the youngest person to retire at age 15
  • One of her companies made a cool KSh 15 million in its first month, and she has since become a millionaire
  • In 2021, her mother made headlines after rewarding Pixie’s hard work with an expensive Mercedes Benz

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A 10-year-old girl from Australia could become the youngest person to retire.

Pixie Curtis owns two companies.
Pixie Curtis, 10, has two successful companies and could retire at 15. Photos: Pixie Curtis.
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Pixie's companies

Pixie Curtis, a young millionaire who is still in school, could stop working early as her toy company is making huge profits.

She founded her company dubbed Pixie's Fidgets in 2021 with her mother Roxy Jacenko's help and the toys sold out in a day.

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News.com.au reports that Pixie’s company made over KSh 15 million in its first month. The young CEO also has a hair accessories company her mother set up when she was a baby.

"She can retire at 15 if she wants to," Jacenko, who also runs a PR company said.

Pixie’s Bows, her other company is also successful, and Kim Khloe Kardashian’s daughters North West and True have been spotted wearing their accessories.

Pixie’s 30 million car

In August 2021, Jacenko made headlines when she rewarded Pixie’s hard work with a brand new Mercedes-Benz GL worth over KSh 30 million.

Jacenko uses the vehicle to drive Pixie and her younger brother Hunter to school.

The mum said her daughter dreams of owning a beach house and a Lamborghini Urus.

Jacenko has also started a business for seven-year-old Hunter.

“The important lesson is to teach her to invest well and not squander her money. As a mother, everything I do is for the children, both Pixie and Hunter,” Jacenko said.

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Lady who made it in life after struggling as a child

A woman identified as Stephynie Malik has taken to social media to inspire people that success is achievable no matter what they may be experiencing in life.

Taking a trip down memory lane Taking to her LinkedIn page to share her story, the woman said she was three years when her father drowned, adding that the tragic incident resulted in mental illness for her mum that was left untreated.

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