EduKits
in the media

Teen tech prodigy scores NSW iAward for Amazing Annoyatron

iTWire

14yo entrepreneur bringing Australia into the future

The Alan Jones Show

Breaking the code: Why teaching children computer coding is important for the future

The TODAY Show

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Michael Nixon pitches his business idea EduKits at the Beyond Bank Regional Pitchfest in 2016.
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Tech-savvy teen annoyingly brilliant

The Australian

Expert predicts the toys to be hot sellers this year

The Herald Sun

Wagga teen makes waves in Sydney

The Daily Advertiser

Michael Nixon takes our NSW iAward

Gateway ICT

14yo entrepreneur proves age no barrier to success

My Business

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Kooringal High School student wins state Pitchfest competition

The Leader

14-year-old tech entrepreneur develops award-winning coding tool for youngsters

Geek in Sydney

Age a battier to credibility, not ability

My Business

Riverina bursting with ideas

The Leader

Expert tech tips for kids

Prime7 News

Aussie talent recognised at TAGIE awards

Toy and Hobby Retailer

Teen’s tech business sinking its teeth into NSW teaching training market

AIIA Connector

13 year old Michael Nixon takes out top prize at the first Regional Pitchfest in Wagga Wagga

Startup Daily

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Meet the NSW finalists for the Australia Post Regional Pitchfest

WIN News

Putting the spotlight on regional entrepreneurship

SBS News

Wagga teen wins national business competition

The Daily Advertiser