Twenty-somethings are not the only ones riding the success wave in big business as seen at this year's TiECON Conference. Silicon Valley is stirring up with talent as the CEO of a gaming start-up called Elementao practically stole the show - he's highly successful and only 13 years old!
"TiECON 2007, the big technology conference in Santa Clara, Calif., kicked off yesterday. The buzz on the expo floor was about Silicon Valley gaming startup Elementeo and its precocious 13-year old founder and chief executive, Anshul Samar. â€œWe inject fun into education,â€ the fast talking entrepreneur confidently proclaimed, touting his new fantasy role playing board game which he believes will change the way kids learn chemistry."
Implications - Kids and young adults are now becoming the innovative minds of the future. Anshul Samar has showed businesses and companies that great ideas and success doesn't come from a master's degree. Companies should focus on looking for younger employees who can present their knowledge and passion for success without necessarily possessing the highest possible degree of education.
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