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At the Acton Children's Business Fair, the kids are the entrepreneurs. Wanting to inspire kids to follow their passions, the organizers of the fair created a space where the young business owners can make and sell their own products. "I believe kids are way more powerful than we give them credit for," organizer David Kirby told us.

The businesses ranged from an iPhone repair shop, to organic cleaning supplies. "I think I've learned that if you like something, go out and do it because it can turn into a really cool business," remarked one participant.

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