40 Under 40 Series Podcast: Taj Pabari, Fiftysix Creations
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- By Chris Titley
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- 25 September 2017, 9:39 AM
In this podcast, I speak with Taj Pabari of Fiftysix Creations. At just 17 years of age, Taj is the brains behind his tech business which is dedicated to providing a hands-on technology education for children with build-it-yourself tablets and creative kits for kids. Taj chats about starting Fiftysix Creations, the company's vision and how they are dedicated to encouraging children to embrace their own inner entrepreneur:
"We committed from day one that for every child we educate in a privileged community, we'd educate one child in a disadvantaged or underprivileged community. The number fifty-six in numerology actually represent opportunity. The vision we set from day one was to give every single kid regardless of their age, gender, demographic or even postcodes, the opportunity to create the world we live in rather than merely consume it. Our name really is our vision."
The Morgans 40 under 40 Series is a new initiative to profile and share the knowledge and insights of Australia's next generation of business leaders. The 40 episode series interviews leaders, executive management and entrepreneurs under the age of 40. Click on the 'Podcast' tag in the menu to the right to listen to the most recent interviews.
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