SmartGurlz impressed the Sharks on November 12th, 2017. Beating more than 40,000 companies who apply each year - SmartGurlz showed its amazing robots on national TV.
See the episode on ABC.com.
"Whatever gets a child interested, it's on parents and educators to make sure the spark stays alive."
"The idea stemmed from their effort to help their 11-year-old daughter, now 16, who was struggling in math."
"Challenging the ‘bro’ culture in tech requires more than just supporting the few women left there — it actually means attracting, recruiting and keeping more women."
"Self-balancing robots and action dolls are encouraging young women to become tomorrow’s programmers."
"SmartGurlz wants to encourage girls to code.Their fashion dolls ride around on Segway-style scooters called Siggy Robots that can be programmed via an app."