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SuperAwesome’s PopJam joins Digital Kids Show line-up

Published on: 12th July 2016

PopJam is a safe social content app designed for kids.

dks480The Digital Kids Show is coming to EventCity in Manchester on 29th and 30th October, and it’s now been confirmed that SuperAwesome will be showcasing the world of PopJam to parents and children at the event.

Considered the default safe-social channel for brands, PopJam is used by hundreds of companies including Nintendo, Penguin, Disney, Zeptolab (Cut The Rope), Rovio and Guinness World Records to create fun, interactive conversations with kids in a safe and highly-moderated environment.

As part of the Digital Kids Show, kids will be able to meet the PopJam team, take part in their creative challenges and receive their top online safety tips.

Aisha Tilstone, Digital Kids Show founder, said: “We’re thrilled to have SuperAwesome’s PopJam team on board. They’re true leaders and pioneers in social media for kids, creating a fun, safe online community for children to play and connect with brands they love. We look forward to meeting the SuperAwesome PopJam team and expect parents and children to really engage with them.”

SuperAwesome’s chief commercial officer, Paul Nunn, added: “We’re delighted to get involved with the Digital Kids Show and look forward to showcasing the world of PopJam to children and parents. The show creates a platform and opportunity for us to engage with families, appease any worries they may have regarding their children and social media.”

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