Kids’ Business Education Platform Launches a New Chapter with a New Chapter Book!

PRLog - Nov. 2, 2014 - CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Charlotte, N.C. - Charlotte-based educational platform start-up , Bea is for Business , launches the series’ third book this week. This launch is the series’ first chapter book – a strategic product launch made by creators Jamie A. Brown and Meg Seitz to connect with readers seeking a more in-depth story, character, and business education than the company’s two leveled-reader texts.

A powerful champion of the importance of teaching kids business principles, Bea is for Business is a new, innovative, educational platform that teaches kids about business. The company’s product line is designed for kids aged 5-9.

Bea is for Business currently has two children’s leveled-reader books in print and ebook format, a school curriculum called ‘Bea School’, and a robust website of free , online materials for parents, teachers and kids.

With its books and resources, Bea is for Business is at the forefront of encouraging kids to play with business. The company’s mission is to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs.

“We are asked a lot about why – or even if – it matters that we teach kids business. Getting kids to play with business teaches them an enormous amount about life, how our world works, vocabulary, teamwork and creativity,” says co-author and CEO, Jamie Brown. “It’s about financial literacy, yes. But it is also about problem solving and developing young minds to find and create opportunities and solutions.”

At the heart of the platform is one, central, character – Beatrice Banks, “Bea” for short (pronounced “Bee”). Bea utilizes business terminology and experiences, such as teamwork, competition , pricing strategy and assembly line production, to teach concepts pivotal to the understanding of the current business environment.

Says Meg Seitz, co-author and Vice President of Bea is for Business, “Our hope is that one young reader will connect with Bea and will want to learn more about business at a young age. We want tomorrow’s leaders, managers and CEOs to be confident, strategic, creative and business smart. Imagine what’s possible for the future if they start thinking like that today – at age 8?”

The new Bea is for Business chapter book and leveled readers can be purchased at