- Nov. 30, 2020
Neil Mitra: Robotics Innovator, Revolutionizing the World for the Visually Impaired
Neil Mitra is a 16-year-old student who resides in Waterloo, Canada, and is currently in 11th grade. Neil now attends Waterloo Collegiate Institute. However, his entrepreneurism sprouted early in the 7th grade. His exploration soon led to the formal development of his C-Corporation-EyeCane Inc., registered in Nevada, USA, in 2020.
- Oct. 7, 2020
Parwinder Singh aka ProSingh is the founder of marketing software for Instagram, namely- InstaEasy LLC. It is an automation tool that has mass engagement with the targeted audience to procure exposure and yield constructive results for the users. He supports his business with the profit earned and has never received any sort of external investment. With all the hardworking and perseverance, ProSingh definitely puts the pro in prodigy.
- Aug. 12, 2020
Zayn Patel: Teen Creates Ventures to De-stress Life
At the age of 16, Zayn Patel has created a number of companies designed to save everyone (especially teenagers) their valuable time. Recently, however, he has shifted to making a business podcast aimed to spend your time in a more productive manner.
- July 28, 2020
Aaron Golbin's DebateIsland
Aaron began his entrepreneurial journey at at age of 8 when he decided to start a small organization where he would organize different activities for his fellow classmates. Now at the age of 16, he has founded DebateIsland and LostCry. DebateIsland is a leading online debate platform whereas LostCry is a platform where people can share the stories of their Ancestor's hardships. He also co-founded Hatchr a soon-to-launch startup with members of team iDEA.
- July 20, 2020
Dhruv Bindra’s Shark Tank
Dhruv Bindra, along with the co-founder of FYI, Armaan Kalsi, a student at Yale, constructed a “Vision Circle” of entrepreneurs and HNIs with a combined net worth over $ 1billion. Students from all across India participated and sketched proposals,followed by a rigorous shortlisting process. It recognized ten groups who were provided the opportunity to pitch their respective ideas to the vision circle.