Frisco supports all ages of entrepreneurs. Unlike most cities across the globe, we have an active entrepreneurial environment in the under 18 age group. These entrepreneurs are supported by Frisco Young Entrepreneur Academy at the Chamber, and Frisco ISD Incubator. Come see an example of two entrepreneurs who are deep in technology and learn how they have been able to grasp the idea of entrepreneurship and technology at such a young age.Check out our speaker portfolios:
Prince Nallamothula is a 9-year-old child prodigy and a young inventor. He won national acclaim for his inventions and is featured on Fox News, NBC Network, local media, and magazines. Prince's recent awards include "The International Paradigm challenge," which is considered to be the Nobel Prize of science for kids, and the "Young Inventors Challenge" - Best Presentation Award from Chicago Toy and Game (CHITAG) fair. He was a guest presenter of Toy of the Year (TOTY) - 2019 awards and the City Mayor gave a proclamation to Prince and declared Jan 15, 2019 as "Prince Nallamothula Day" in Frisco, Tx. Prince has a science YouTube channel where he has a lot of videos on "Quantum Physics" and many other science and environmental projects. Prince recently gave his first TedEx Youth talk & he is one of the finalists of CodeLaunch-VII under Youth Category and will give his pitch on July 31st.
Gouzia Sivarajah is the founder and CEO of SIINNO Technology LLC, and has a passion for helping people in need. She has helped invent the MAVI, a device which helps blind individuals. She is also the cofounder of a nonprofit organization called TYPDA, which aims to donate money to children in need. She was also elected as Vice President of Texas BPA where she is in charge of thousands of members and is also a YEA Alumni. In August, Gouzia will be going into her senior year at Heritage High School.