Shubham is the Evangelist/Founder of Braigo Labs Inc. and the inventor of Braigo. A recipient of multiple awards for innovation and regularly featured in International and National Media including CNN (Erin Burnett/Outfront & World News), Bloomberg, NBC (Bay Area Proud1 & Update 2), NBC Nightly News, CBS- This MorningABCPBS News HourNPRCBCBBC world Service - Business MattersGlobo TV BrazilCCTV - Full Frame and many others; Shubham Banerjee is the Evangelist/Founder of Braigo Labs Inc. and the inventor of Braigo. In 2014, he became the youngest entrepreneur to receive Venture Capital Funding for Braigo Labs Inc. He is also a highly sought after keynote speaker both by corporations and conferences. Shubham was born in Hasselt, Belgium. The family moved to San Jose, California when he was 4 years old. Later he moved to Santa Clara, California and completed his elementary schooling at Don Callejon School. He completed his middle school from Champion School in San Jose and is currently at Santa Clara High School (class of 2019). He continues to reside in Santa Clara, California with his parents and younger sister and embarked on a long term path towards understanding himself as an individual and finding ways to give back to society in his own ways. He has interest to pursue a career in the field of medicine and technology.

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Shubham Banerjee becomes the youngest Entrepreneur to receive Venture Capital Funding (2014) - Video Credit Intel Capital BRAIGO LABS INC. RECEIVES INVESTMENT FROM INTEL CAPITAL (www.braigolabs.com) Funding accelerates development of new braille printer/embosser technology "Braigo" to help the 50 million legally blind individuals worldwide with low cost, silent, portable and IOT-enabled products.

The LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 "Build 4 Good" challenge took place in Seattle on 4/10/2014 and tasked teams from Amazon, Egencia, Expedia, HTC, Nordstrom, Xbox and zulily to build robots that creatively solve everyday problems. Twelve-year-old Shubham Banerjee's braille printer inspired the competition and Nordstrom's medicine-dispensing robot took top honors.

Braigo App

Download the free Braigo Companion app from iTunes Store or click here for the web app to use on your computer.


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I am currently a Quarter Back (QB#3) for my HS School Varsity Football Team. Check out my recent feature on SF 49ers Cal-Hi Sport report - Nov 2017

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