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Silicon Valley's Zume Pizzeria uses robots to churn out pizzas

Julia Collins, the co-founder and CEO of Zume Pizza, and her partner Alex Garden, have just raised a $50 million investment for their innovative company which uses robots to make ready-to-order healthy pizzas. Her company is being called the “perfect marriage of food and technology” and “a seamless blend of art and science” for the $25 billion pizza industry. company has a patented cooking en route technology that is the world's first ever Baked-on-the-Way (#BOTW) vehicle, ensuring that customer's pizzas arrive fresh from the oven.


At 13 years old, Essynce Moore is well on her way in this world. In addition to her published book, “6th Grade Middle School Chronicles: Where NO Secrets Are Kept ,” Essynce recently opened a Spa & Boutique in New Jersey for tweens.
  • Celebrating young entrepreneurs who are inspiring other youth to think outside the box and solve real world problems. Students learning they can have a career doing what they are passionate about.