Paying Students to Study
Advertising, Marketing & PR
Frapz is a modern advertising solution. It can advertise anywhere on college campuses by repurposing the backs of student laptops. Students get paid for their time, and advertisers get unrivaled access to the college demographic.
College campuses across the nation have policies that prohibit companies from advertising on campus.
Frapz circumvents these policies by leasing the backs of college students’ laptops for 3rd party advertisers. It then pays students for every minute their laptops are open in high-traffic areas on campus.
Frapz’ target market is the 18-to-24 year-old college market.
Businesses pay a daily rate to be on a student’s laptop.
Students are paid, per minute, to be in high-traffic, geo-fenced areas.
Aaron Contreras – Chief Marketing Officer
Aaron is an entrepreneur and marketer.
He’s the former founder of an app development company called Mad Men Software, and has received two Emmy Awards.
He received his Bachelors in Marketing, with a 4.0 GPA, from Auburn University.
Parker Owen – Founder & CEO
Parker Owen is a serial entrepreneur and inventor. From a young age, he showed aptitude for mathematics, science and robotics.
His talents were first recognized when Parker won the “FIRST” Robotics Competition Future Innovators Award for the Cycle-Leg, a $20 prosthetic leg made from a single bicycle.
Parker has been featured by The White House, FIRST, AL.com, Wired Magazine, The Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth, and ASEE.
He earned his degree in Physics from the Alabama School of Mathematics and Science.
Early-stage venture capital fund. Its portfolio includes Cladwell, InScope and Spatial.