Wednesday, March 4, 2015 wins the annual startup competition at the 19th Wharton India Economic Forum 2015

Felicitated for its innovative concept and impeccable success within a brief span of time!
New Delhi, February 25, 2015:, a Chennai based company that promotes educative models for early child development has won the annual startup competition at the 19th Wharton India Economic Forum held at Philadelphia, USA. It was a well-earned victory for the company amidst intense competition from a whopping 200 participants. The company’s path-breaking product development to nurture cognitive abilities among children was recognized at the Forum.
Spokesperson Arunprasad Durairaj commented, “It is a matter of great pride for us to be felicitated at the Wharton India Economic Forum. Our triumph at such a coveted global platform, will further fuel our motivation to come up with unique Flintoboxes and contribute as much as we can towards early child development. Our win is a testament to the fact that we have exerted ourselves whole-heartedly to serve our patrons effectively and educate both parents as well as teachers about the role ‘early child development’ plays in a kid’s life.”
Organized by the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania every year, The Wharton India Economic Forum (WIEF) is one of the most coveted business conferences that provides a path-breaking ground for discussions related to the business opportunities that can be tapped in India and also the challenges that the country faces. 

Flintobox, a year-old Chennai start-up, promotes educative models/ kits conceptualized by educators, prototyped by designers, and manufactured by top-of-the-line printers. The toys are shipped in a box to customers every month. Flintobox is conceived as part of a series of discovery boxes for children aged 3-7 and carefully designed for Early Child Development. Every box comes with activities that’ll enable the child to create, play, explore and read about a particular theme while catering to more than 12 critical developmental areas.

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