Kbayroun is using games to change how kids learn. This rising Tunisian startup is on a mission to make future generations in Tunisia smarter and more engaged.
In this era, it is very unlikely that your children will grow up unaware of the digital world. Parents who wish to keep their children away from screens are having some difﬁculties, as screens are everywhere and always promise a quick distraction.
Kbayroun — What It Does
This promising Tunisian startup is enabling kids in their early education to engage in fun and useful learning activities through indoor games. It is quite difﬁcult to see the kids nowadays stare emptily into screens while the world is evolving around them, so why not motivate them participate in something that will enrich their lives?
Kbayroun provides hands-on learning activities. The startup focuses on creative, hands-on activities that appeal children’s interests, and thus making their learning experiences rewarding and fun.
Founder & The Story Behind Kbayroun
Children do enjoy learning while having fun, and this is why Kbayroun is here. Kids can learn with math addition facts, multiplication flash cards, puzzles, and more to make their learning experience effective and fun.
What Kbayroun is unique for, it actually does come with innovative approches, ones that facilitate learning to everyone, including those with disabilities.
The one behind this promising startup is Ibtihel Fekih. Ibtihel is a successful Tunisian woman, she is very passionate about Entrepreneurship.
She has launched her educational game-related project, all while keeping her current position as a COO at Roundesk, a leading software company provider.
For more information and inquiries, connect with Ibtihel and the Kbayroun project:
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Kbayroun
- Kbayroun community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/378010313275922
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kbayroun/
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