Bambinos.Live – The Leadership and Life Skills Academy for Kids awarded the ‘Rising Edtech Startup of the Year’
Bambinos.live, an Ed-tech start-up focusing on developing Leadership and Life Skill in children in the age group 4-14, wins the Prestigious ‘Rising Edtech Startup of the Year’ award at the annual flagship event led by Entrepreneur India. The Start-up Award 2022 was organised by Entrepreneur Media, the final destination for entrepreneurs, investors, disruptors, and innovators where they discuss, debate, and dissect what the future holds in a vibrant atmosphere, and was co-presented by BusinessEX.com.
Founded in April 2020, the Bengaluru-based ed-tech startup is driven to empower a million kids to be leaders in the new age world with a unique curriculum that focuses on the 4 key C’s – Critical Thinking, Communication, Character Building and Collaboration. The courses are offered via its flagship offering – Young Leaders Communicator Programme and unique courses like Character Building via Gita and Critical thinking via Chess. This curriculum has been formulated in conjunction with feedback from over 10,000 parents. The education is imparted via Live online classes delivered by highly trained educators. Bambinos.live has imparted close to 7 million minutes of teaching and over 100K classes. More than 1000+ students across 10 countries have given Bambinos.live a best in the class rating of 4.8 and 100+ educators have rated the company a world-class 67 on NPS.
Speaking on the award, Gaurav Brar the Co-founder, CBO of Bambinos live said, “We are honoured to be recognized by such a fantastic jury at Entrepreneur India, and we thank them for their support and encouragement. We at Bambinos.live are driven to impart the best Leadership and Life Skill to children and make them Leaders of the new age world. We are also grateful to our community of students and educators, mentors and investors who have helped us make this happen.”
The awards democratise the startup ecosystem of India and provide a platform to all with the right ideas and ambition to pursue it. More than 1500 start-ups attended the event. Judges from leading venture capital firms and strategic partners in digital learning like LightBox, Innov8, BSE SME, IAN funds, and many more, used rigorous criteria to determine the top finalists to compete in this category.