NuMoola Announces Partnership With Lightbulb Press

2018-06-29 12:00:00

Press Release - updated: Jun 29, 2018 12:00 EDT

PITTSBURGH, Pa., June 29, 2018 - NuMoola today announced that it has entered into a partnership with Lightbulb Press. Together they hope to better educate a younger generation about the value of money and related financial matters through adaptive content that is designed to meet kids wherever they are in their financial journey. The expertise of Lightbulb Press will uniquely position NuMoola to help kids, and their families gain the financial literacy necessary for success as the financial landscape becomes ever more complex.

NuMoola is the first kid-focused platform connecting multiple aspects of financial engagement in one place. NuMoola is enabling new ways for kids to learn about finances, manage budgets and chores, and allowance while also setting goals for the future and connecting to charities impacting their lives.  NuMoola provides a safe place for kids to interact with their own money with guidance, oversight, and input from the key adults in their life – mom and dad, grandma and grandpa, and others. The platform makes it fun and exciting to learn about saving, spending, giving, and investing, and it helps promote good life skills. Eric Redline, CEO and Co-Founder of NuMoola states “We believe that kids today lack the basic foundations of finance and want to empower kids to make smarter decisions when it comes to money matters. Teaming up with Lightbulb Press is an exciting development for our company and allows us to put education in the spotlight of our platform.”

“This partnership reflects our desire to collaborate with the leading companies that share our vision of educating our youth to better prepare them for future financial success,” said, Mr. Redline.

This partnership reflects our desire to collaborate with the leading companies that share our vision of educating our youth to better prepare them for future financial success.

Eric Redline

CEO

Lightbulb Press is a highly regarded developer of objective educational financial content. Their goal is to help people become educated about personal finance and investing and to empower them to make smart financial decisions. In addition to their popular guides, the first of which was published in 1990 in association with The Wall Street Journal, Lightbulb creates digital content, educational courseware and websites, and financial educational curricula. All of Lightbulb’s content, while being drawn on a broad resource of knowledge and expertise, is tailored to specific organizations and to resonate with individual groups, including the millennials, women, the military, financial professionals, retirees, and youth. “We welcome this opportunity to make our educational content available to a new generation of children. Learning these financial basics at an early age provides life-long lessons that help people manage their money, make good decisions, and achieve a degree of financial security,” said Ken Morris, President, and Founder of Lightbulb Press.

NuMoola plans to have their platform available Summer 2018.

For more information on NuMoola, please visit www.numoola.com

For more information on Lightbulb Press, please visit www.lightbulbpress.com

Source: NuMoola