11-year-old launches dessert business out of shed, shares the secret recipe to success
11-year-old launches dessert business out of her parents’ driveway
Isla Davis and her mother Alyson Davis joined ‘Mornings with Maria’ to discuss how she started her dessert business out of a shed at only 10-years-old.
At only 10-years-old, Isla Davis turned her passion for baking into a full-scale business by launching "Isla’s Divine Desserts," a small dessert business operating out of a shed on her parent's property.
The unprecedented success of Isla's business prompted her mother Alyson to quit her job and become her full-time business partner, an entrepreneurial crossroad that she concluded was "best to come together."
"I had the idea to start my own business, and I had always seen like, 'Kids Baking Championship.' I knew that a lot of them had their own business and I wanted to be just like that," baking entrepreneur Isla Davis said on ‘Mornings with Maria,’ having celebrated her 11th birthday by joining host Maria Bartiromo Wednesday morning.
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Isla found inspiration to turn her passion into profit through the hit Broadway musical, "The Waitress," which tells the story of a small-town baker who turned her dream into a reality.
After the idea for a self-sought baking business was hatched, Isla's mother set up a table at the end of the driveway with an umbrella, and the rest was history.
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