Michael Nixon

Founder, EduKits International

Michael Nixon is a young entrepreneur and founder of EduKits International. He is the designer of The Amazing Annoyatron, an award-winning coding kit that has been sold to customers in over 15 different countries.

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Media Appearances

Teen Tech Prodigy Scores NSW iAward for Amazing Annoyatron

iTWire

Tech-Savvy Teen Annoyingly Brilliant

The Australian

14yo Entrepreneur Proves Age No Barrier to Success

MyBusiness

Global Breakthrough Challenge Finalist

Breakthrough Foundation
iTWire Teen tech prodigy scores NSW iAward for Amazing Annoyatron
The Daily Advertiser Wagga teen makes waves in Sydney
Gateway ICT Michael Nixon takes our NSW iAward
My Business 14yo entrepreneur proves age no barrier to success
The Alan Jones Show 14yo entrepreneur bringing Australia into the future
My Business 14-year-old schoolboy scoops national business pitchfest
The Daily Advertiser Teenage tech: Michael Nixon and the youth behind Wagga’s coding revolution
Dynamic Business “Prank your parents, learn to code:” Teenaged innovator crowned Regional Pitchfest Champ
The Daily Advertiser Wagga teen wins national business competition
Information Age – ACS Big Day In gets underway
The Daily Advertiser Wagga’s Michael Nixon wins first Regional Pitchfest
Toy and Hobby Retailer Editor’s 2018 Toy Fair Top 10
The Australian Tech-savvy teen annoyingly brilliant
The Land The Amazing Annoyatron wins NSW PitchFest
Western Magazine 14-year-old pitches NSW’s winning idea
Ellaslist Think Lego: Amazing Annoyatron
K-Zone Magazine Prank-star: Meet Michael Nixon, the founder of EduKits, and the inventor of The Amazing Annoyatron!
Mania Magazine Prank Tech: We talk with the crafty coder Michael Nixon about his AWSM prankster tech, The Amazing Annoyatron!
Jobs for NSW NSW startups claim top honours at Regional Pitchfest
The Leader Kooringal High School student wins state Pitchfest competition
SBS Small Business Secrets BizSecrets: Australia Post Regional Pitchfest
Daily Liberal Pitch bright ideas or new businesses
Charles Sturt University Big Day In at CSU in Wagga Wagga
The Herald Sun Expert predicts the toys to be hot sellers this year
My Business Unconventional finance source aids regional start-up
Geek in Sydney 14-year-old tech entrepreneur develops award-winning coding tool for youngsters
My Business Age a battier to credibility, not ability
Startup Daily 13 year old Michael Nixon takes out top prize at the first Regional Pitchfest in Wagga Wagga
The Leader Riverina bursting with ideas
SBS News Putting the spotlight on regional entrepreneurship
ABC News Fourteen-year-old takes out national innovation award
Regional Pitchfest Michael Nixon – The Amazing Annoyatron
The TODAY Show Breaking the code: Why teaching children computer coding is important for the future
Prime7 News Expert tech tips for kids
WIN News Pitchfest winner: Wagga’s fourteen-year-old boy wonder, Michael Nixon, has taken out the top prize in a national business start-up competition.
WIN News Regional Pitchfest National Finalists
WIN News Michael Nixon makes finals for Regional Pitchfest
Prime7 News Michael Nixon awarded Space Camp Scholarship
WIN News Meet the NSW finalists for the Australia Post Regional Pitchfest
WIN News Michael Nixon wins NSW finals of the Australia Post Regional Pitchfest
Toy and Hobby Retailer Aussie talent recognised at TAGIE awards.
Hope 103.2 Afternoons with Laura Bennett: Spotlight on The Amazing Annoyatron and national iAwards prize.
Hit 93.1 Riverina Mornings with Herbie and Dane: Regional Pitchfest 2019 promotion.
Triple M Morning Breakfast Show: Regional Pitchfest 2019 promotion.
AIIA Connector Teen’s tech business sinking its teeth into NSW teaching training market.
Daily Advertiser Kooringal High School student Michael Nixon becomes a finalist in international 2020 Breakthrough Junior Science Challenge.
Breakthrough Finalist 2020 Breakthrough Junior Challenge.
Daily Advertiser Kooringal High School student Michael Nixon makes it to top 15 of Breakthrough Junior Challenge 2020.
ABC Radio Breakfast with Sally Bryant: Youth Leadership.
Daily Telegraph Australia’s 30 Under 30: Brightest young minds revealed for 2021.
The West Australia’s 30 Under 30: Brightest young minds revealed for 2021.