AEC (Adelson Educational Campus) students form Las Vegas have founded “WATapp” a new fashion brand search technology. Senior Lorenzo Porcelli along with Juniors Harrison Kay and Jaden Enbysk will present their company in an interview on “Innovators with Jane King“.
Adelson Educational Campus “Future Business Leaders” students Harrison Kay, Lorenzo Porcelli, and Jaden Enbysk are entering Microsoft’s innovative B2B startup program which aims to connect new businesses with the resources they need to succeed.
The AEC team is applying to the program with their “What Are Those?” (WAT) app which will allow users to employ their smartphone’s image identification capabilities to identify fashion items and access all the information they need about price, availability, and more. This will also allow advertisers to connect directly to users actively looking for their products.
The team hopes to begin a schoolwide competition to encourage students to apply to the program. With a focus on providing start-ups with “…powerful technology including Azure and GitHub Enterprise coupled with a streamlined path to selling alongside Microsoft…,” the program is ideal for launching the ideas of young entrepreneurs who often have the creativity but not the means to start a successful venture.
Microsoft, which has been a leader in technology for more than 40 years, is an ideal partner for new entrepreneurs. The company that has become synonymous with innovation is now meeting future leaders and providing them with the tools they need to start and grow their ideas.
2021Undegrad.com, in collaboration with Microsoft for Startups, will also be hosting a monthly competition where students can submit their business plan to gain access to resources to boost their brand.
How Easy is it to Get Involved?
You can get started with both the Microsoft for Startups program and the 2021Undergrad competition right now. Apply to the Microsoft for Startups program here. To learn more about the upcoming 2021Undegrad competition, subscribe to 2021Undergrad.
Free Access to Microsoft Azure for Students
Want to get started bringing your ideas to life right now? It’s easy to get started with free access to Microsoft Azure, a powerful cloud computing service including developer tools. Microsoft offers free access to these tools to help empower the leaders of the future.
With Azure, you get developer tools that will help you build, test, deploy, and manage apps of your very own. Access your Free Azure for Students here. Simply sign up with a school email and you will get a $100 credit. No credit card is required.
Microsoft also offers 12 months of free Azure access to popular AI services that allow you to develop intelligent apps, bots, and websites along with more than two dozen additional services that are always free. Get your 12 free months of Azure AI here.
If you would like to learn more about using developer tools and other cutting-edge technology, Microsoft hosts free online courses for students that help spark creativity and build new skills.