In 2014, when she was just two years old, she was the Australian Pixie Curtis She became a phenomenon on social media. On Instagram, she was nicknamed “Instagram Princess”, due to its success in Australia. At that time, her mother, Roxy Jasenko, decided to participate in social networks Baby’s faces and mouths are accompanied by comments with fun phrases.
Based on his daughter’s success and experience in PR, Jacenko came up with an idea: undertake Next to Pixie. Since he had a company and an advertising agency specializing in digital influencers, he made his daughter a client and an entrepreneur.
Thus, their first business was born. In May of the same year, Pixie’s Bows, a fashion that sells hair accessories for children. With success, he managed to get Khloe Kardashian’s daughter to publish the product. The business grew and acquired a line of adult accessories and jewelry, named after her mother.
Jacenko and Pixie launched another business in March 2021—now browsing the kids’ toys trend that’s recently taken over the world. Pixie’s Fidgets earned $200,000 in her first month alone. Now, the two companies are part of the Pixie’s Pixs group, which sells toys, games, and food to the children’s market.
Who runs the company, of course, is Jacenko, but much of the income goes back to his daughter. And it is no coincidence that the mother said that her daughter could, if she wanted, retire at the age of 15 because of the income she had been receiving since she was two years old. Jachinko said in an interview with news.com.au.
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