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21-year-old’s car business makes him $1 million in two years after starting with just $300

We had no idea a product like this could be so lucrative.
  • Jayson Siu struck gold by going viral on TikTok
  • He makes and sells unique car accessories
  • He recently moved from his business from his parent’s living room to a warehouse

Published on Dec 22, 2023 at 8:01PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Dec 29, 2023 at 7:02PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Kate Bain
How TikToker Jayson Siu made $1 million selling stickers
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Jayson Siu has made at least a million dollars thanks to TikTok and some stickers.

Granted, the stickers are really cool ones.

This 21-year-old’s side hustle has blown up so much that he can barely keep up with sales.

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More and more young people are striking gold by using the internet in their favor.

There’s the 12-year-old who made millions after being one of the first people to invest in Bitcoin.

And the TikToker who bought himself a Porsche GT4.

Jayson Siu is just 21 but has already figured out how to make serious cash using TikTok

A few years ago he bought a vinyl printer for $300 and started selling stickers on Snapchat for $2 to $4.

Then he started looking for more lucrative products to sell.

He took apart a $20 rearview mirror and customized it with LED lights and stickers.

The product went viral on TikTok, generating $12,000 in sales in just one day.

A few months later another video went viral, and his sales spiked again.

Siu was making all of his products himself, packaging them in his parents’ living room.

The secret to his success was posting on TikTok as much as possible.

“If you post one to two videos every day for a month, that’s 30 to 60 videos,” he said to CNBC.

“One of them is bound to go viral.”

His advice is to not buy more than $100 of stock at a time, lest your customers don’t like the product.

Today his business, invalid.jp sells much more than just vinyl stickers.

Siu makes and sells LED stickers, air fresheners, custom infinity rearview mirrors, and even Croc charms shaped like iconic cars.

In 2022 Siu earned $512,000 from shop sales and this year he exceeded that.

He recently moved his business from his parent’s house to a warehouse.

That’s when you know you’ve made it.

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