2013-03-21 10:07:06 - The goal is to provide the kids with a safe and secure place to learn and have fun at the same time. ‘Atfalcom’ a kid’s entertainment & Education company has recently launched the first Arabic social network website Shablol.com ‘Atfalcom’
have taken the licensing from a hugely successful international platform that already operates in other countries which include Turkey, Brazil, Russia & Argentina to offer the Arab world a safe social media network for kids to create, share & have fun all in Arabic.
The announcement took place in an interactive press conference held at the Children’s Museum in Amman on Wednesday the 20th of March. Several media representatives as well as 60 students from different locations of Jordan attended this event. At the event Mr. Jozef Al Atrash; The CEO & Founder of ‘Atfalcom’ unveiled the website and highlighted the importance of it being the first website in Arabic for kids to provide entertainment as well as education all
in one place.
‘Shablol’ is a safe social network that allows kids to fulfil their needs of entertainment & education through fun activities and using their creatively. The kids can create their own avatars and profiles, open their first personal email account, play games, create comics & mini films, read news articles most relevant to them and share with their friends.
Al Atrash announced “Launching Shablol is a remarkable accomplishment as we endeavour to add value in delivering the maximum interest for children entertainment in the Middle East and more importantly in their native language, something that the current market lacks significantly. I would ask all parents to also take the time to visit www.shablol.com and be confident that all their children’s needs are being met but most importantly in a safe and secure context.”
Al-Atrash also added: “We developed the content and the design in a way that will keep children absorbed and interested. We also guarantee to provide reliable and entertaining sources of information. We are also proud to provide our website in the Arabic language, of which there is a huge lack off in the internet world. I would like to invite all kids to take a look for themselves and I know they will not be disappointed.”