#Kidtech S2 Episode 3: Kate Boyle, Founder/CEO, Banjo Robinson

In Episode Three of #Kidtech Season Two, we were joined by Banjo Robinson’s CEO and founder, Kate Boyle. Banjo Robinson is an awesome letter-subscription service featuring a magical cat who travels around the world, sending letters to children from different locations – AKA your child’s magical penpal. Read More

Full Interview Transcript: #Kidtech S2 Episode 2: WPP CEO Mark Read

“I think that we're all going to come out of this situation with kids much, much more connected than before… But it's going to bring with it a greater sense of responsibility in making sure the internet is a safe place for children.” In Episode Two of #Kidtech Season Two, we were joined by Mark Read, CEO of WPP, the world’s largest advertising and communications company. You can listen on Spotify, iTunes or Soundcloud but the interview transcript is below, for those who prefer to read rather than listen: Read More

Every company is a kids brand now…

Almost half the world’s children are now at home, potentially for the next six months. This is a short term phenomenon which will have lasting consequences. Our mission is making the internet safer for kids but today we all have a responsibility to step forward and help parents. Every consumer-facing product and service is now a kids and family company. Read More

A message for our customers, partners and friends

I wanted to share some of the measures that we’re taking to ensure SuperAwesome’s services remain unaffected by the Covid-19 pandemic.   We’re following advice from the authorities in each of our regions. At this point we’ve shifted all of our global teams to working from home, along with implementing additional… Read More

#Kidtech S2 Episode 1: FTC Commissioner, Rebecca Slaughter

In 2019, kids’ digital privacy went mainstream as Google was fined $170m by the FTC for breaching COPPA. This marked the first occasion that Silicon Valley had formally recognised the existence of children on general audience platforms. In Episode One of Kidtech Season Two, FTC Commissioner Rebecca Slaughter sat with SuperAwesome CEO Dylan Collins to discuss *that* YouTube fine, emerging digital privacy policies in the kids space, the FTC’s role and what she thinks the future of COPPA might look like. Read More