From Rejecting Google's Offer to Building an AI Game, a 10 Year Old Indian Girl Entrepreneur Is Making Waves
Most of us at the age of 10, after our school hours we spend most of our times by watching cartoons and playing games, but Samaira Mehta is taking the world by storm.
At the age of 10, Samaira Mehta a skilled programmer started her own company called “Coder Bunnyz”.
Coder Bunnyz is a coder game which teaches youngsters all the necessary concepts of computer programming.
Samaira Mehta’s Father working in Intel as an engineer, already has a plan for his daughter’s company. Samaira and her father conducted workshops and established a company to launch the game.
Samaira even played the game many times with her friends so that they could find any errors in the game.
She has conducted over 60 workshops in the Silicon Valley. Nearly 2000 kids attended those workshops, she sold 1000 boxes in a year that is worth of $35000. The workshops conducted by Samaira were really fun.
She won many awards for this, in 2016 she won the second prize from Think Tank Learning’s Pitchfest. She also won the “Real Life Power puff Girl” prize from Cartoon Network.
After back to back workshops in Google, the company extended an open job offer to Samaira but she declined the offer from google by saying that she was happy by being entrepreneur.
After the success of the first game, she now launched the next version of the game which teaches the AI concepts.
This is the first Artificial Intelligence game to get launched in the market.
Making parents and India proud!! Wish she could have the program learning center in India too!!