SuperAwesome’s PopJam joins Digital Kids Show line-up

Kids’ digital brand platform SuperAwesome will be showcasing its hit children’s social platform PopJam at the upcoming Digital Kids Show this October.

As part of the inaugural digital Kids Show taking place in Manchester’s EventCity, children will be able to meet the PopJam team as well as take part in a number of creative challenges.

As a leading safe social content app for kids that is used by almost a third of kids aged seven to 12 in the UK, the PopJam team will also be on hand to offer attendees top online safety tips.

PopJam has reached a global popularity that sees users across the world spend an average of 45 minutes a day creating and showing off their own artwork, taking quizzes, watching videos and engaging with brands an YouTubers via the app.

Big name companies signed up to the PopJam initiative include Nintendo, Penguin, Disney, Zeptolab, Rovio and Guiness World Records.

Aisha Tilstone, Digital Kids Show founder, said: “We are thrilled to have SuperAwesome’s PopJam team on board. They are true leaders and pioneers in social media for kids, creating a fun, safe online community for children to play and connect with brands they love.

“We look forward to meeting the SuperAwesome PopJam team and expect parents and children to really engage with them.”

SuperAwesome chief commercial officer, Paul Nunn, added: “We are delighted to get involved with the Digital Kids Show and look forward to showcasing the awesome world of PopJam to children and parents alike.

“The show creates a great platform and opportunity for us to engage with families, appease any fears and worries they may have regarding their children and social media.”

The Digital Kids Show will take place on October 29th and 30th at EventCity in Manchester and will feature six different zones including Retro Tech and Gaming, Digital STEM and Coding Skills, Safe Tech Zone, Children’s Media Zone and more.

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