Jewelbots: Wearables to get more girls coding
By Carla Buzasi

A crowd-funded start-up promising to solve a problem is nothing new – but this one is actually pretty special, says WGSN Global Chief Content Officer Carla Buzasi.

Aug 06, 2015


How do you get more girls interested in coding? It’s an ongoing headache for tech companies the world over; especially those in Silicon Valley and the Silicon-prefixed pretenders elsewhere.

Get them young, is the answer according to Sarah Chipps – the co-founder of something she’s calling “friendship bracelets for the iPhone generation”.

Jewelbots popped up on Kickstarter in June, and is already attracting plenty of press attention, not to mention financial pledges.

Watch and learn…

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I want to teach girls to code - and doing it with jewellery isn't frivolous - WGSN/INSIDER WGSN/INSIDER
Aug 07th, 2015

[…] MORE! Read WGSN Global Content Chief Carla Buzasi’s take on Jewelbots here. […]

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