2013-12-22 12:25:49 -
Atfalcom, the owner of the first children’s social network, (Shablol.com), announced the signing of a deal with Umniah which gives attention to the children interacting on Shablol.com. Under the fresh agreement, Umniah will enrich the website’s Arabic content to sponsor more technology news and add more facial options for kids’ avatars.
Shablol.com is one of the leading social networks for kids in the region attracting exponential numbers of children and helping them make good use of their time through reading and learning about interesting topics as well as engaging in educational games and interactive platforms.
The Director of Marketing at Shablol.com, Nesreen Al Guindi, said, “We are pleased to have contracted with such a prestigious company like Umniah as it
contributes to our efforts in supporting children and fosters a safer environment for them to flourish in.”
Ms. Al Guindi went on to add, “Here at Shablol, we always make children’s interests our top priority, as a result, more than 233,000 children have signed up with us. This has continued to motivate us in developing content for a more enriched experience.”
The Corporate and Marketing Communications Manager at Umniah, Rania Abu Khader-Salfiti, expressed her confidence in the newly signed contract saying, “Our cooperation comes in the framework of Umniah’s Corporate Social Responsibilities and compliments our contributions made to enriching children’s content and staying up-to-date with the latest trends. This will help them continue in developing themselves; we genuinely hope to see similar initiatives in the future.”
About the Website:
Shablol is a safe Arabic web portal and social network for kids that offer them a complete world of internet resources to create, share and have fun. It’s a one-stop site which provides kids with a safe and integrated ability to take full ownership of their online activities, to create their own complete personal websites, communicate via web based email and organizer, engage in rich multiplayer games, read news most relevant to them and much much more.