Your little CEO-in-training has big plans for her lemonade stand (five corners by August!); you’re just grateful she’s found a way to keep her thinking cap on during the summer months. She’s not the only one making serious change. From spinning the latest hit tunes to designing awesome socks and even whipping up all-natural cookies, flip through the album below to discover eight businesses where kids call the shots.

Little Club Heads

Since taking over the turntables at Little Club Heads last year, which was started by their Grammy-nominated producer (and former club head) dad Elijah, 10-year old twin sisters Amira and Kayla have set the kiddie club scene on fire. While their fanbase is kiddos ages four- to nine-year olds, they’ve also deejayed on daytime talk show The Real, at New York Knicks Games in Madison Square Garden, for private parties at Jay-Z’s 40/40 Club, and at Kids Rock! New York Fashion Week, among many other awesome events. The sisters have hopes of spinning tunes all over the world (opening up for Beyonce and Rihanna is on the bucket list!), and enjoy inspiring kids to pursue their own passions. While in hot demand all over New York City, they still study hard, are on the honor roll, love Filipino food, and art. Party on!

Check out our insider’s guide to Little Club Heads here.

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—Gabby Cullen