Kinderpedia was recognized by the Deloitte 2022 CE Technology Fast 50 programme with the Impact Stars Award, which acknowledges start-ups for successfully linking products and services with a positive impact on society, business, innovativeness, environment and diversity.
Kinderpedia’s rapid expansion was recognized at the ZF IT Generation Conference “Most Valuable Tech Startups in Romania” with the award for International Expansion in EdTech.
InnovX BCR is a Business Accelerator driven by passion and hard work, which centers around scaling up companies and developing innovative ideas, operating as one of the most valuable initiatives for determined entrepreneurs around the world.
Microsoft awarded Kinderpedia after tens of hours of courses, masterclasses, mentoring sessions, brainstorming, projects, deadlines, deliverables, challenges. It meant meeting a dynamic, creative team, always open to provide ideas, support, feedback.
Wolves Summit has selected more than 1,000 startups to attend the event and take part in pitching competitions, workshops, and masterclasses. This year‘s startup group represents 60 countries, showing a shift away from the Silicon Valley-centred view of tech.
Seal of Excellence is a quality label given to project proposals presented in the Horizon 2020 funding program, which validates the exceptional quality of these projects.
Business Review sets the spotlight on the achievements of the business community, thus awarding the companies, business leaders and entrepreneurs that showed drive, initiative and who achieved the best results in their class of business.
Great satisfaction to be on the podium of the largest entrepreneurship competition, Startarium PitchDay - „Mythbusting in Entrepreneurship“ Edition.
Kinderpedia was designated a „Tech for Good“ company by the European Business Angels Network and Amazon Web Services offered to Kinderpedia a prize of 15,000 euros.
Innovators for Children is a program to accelerate businesses with a social impact on children‘s health and well-being. Following the final, Kinderpedia obtained a financing of 45,000 euros, to develop the digital assessment of school progress.