Anshul Samar is a 13-year old founder and CEO of Elementeo, a company operating on the field of education. Watch him deliver a very well articulated speech that should make any CEOs older than him ashamed.
Here is the idea of his company:
Samar argues that textbooks are boring and kids would rather spend their time battling enemies, blowing things up with bombs, and yes, even giving their opponents lead poisoning. So he created a fantasy role playing game that combines the rapturous teenage joys of competition and carnage with the exciting properties of the periodic table of chemical elements.
Isn’t that exiting. One more young CEO who thinks the educational system is not doing an adequate job and decides to fix things himself. Reminds of myself when I was 16 but Anshul beats me by 3 years.
I wish there would be more of such rebels. If you know any young entrepreneurs who have a company on the field of education, let me know.