U Posted by Laura Moller
\ January 17, 2014

Cwist (kids’ challenges with a twist) is a K-5 online education site that allows parents to use incentives—such as a new toy, a sleepover, or a skateboard—to motivate kids to complete learning and active play challenges. In the increasingly digital world, Cwist provides an online scoreboard to incentivize good behavior from kids.

With over 10,000 active users and 19,000 Facebook fans, Cwist is a growing force in the children’s tech industry. The Cwist platform gives children’s products companies an innovative new way to market, and has established partnerships with PBS KIDS, KaBOOM!, Edmund Scientifics, ScienceBuddies.org, and Imagine Toys.

Cwist has recently won 3 industry awards, including a Parent’s Choice Gold Award and has a seal of approval from the National Parenting Center. With $100,000 already committed from investors, they are preparing to ramp up product development and marketing

Arnold on October 19, 2014

Ari,It is great to see your efforts pinyag off in getting more publicity! This is true Advanced Style Power. Ilona rocks and all the other ladies rock, too. I wish I could watch PBS from here! Thank you for sharing the clip.I understand now that it might take a long time to find one's true style and feel comfortable and confident about it. Style is such a safe channel to get connected. It seems these ladies have always had a strong sense about theirs. It is indeed about style and I agree with Lynn's take on the difference between style and fashion.I've been a fan of the advanced group. And yes, aren't we all heading there, too? One of my icons since childhood is Ms. Marple. Well, not exactly for her style, but need I say more? Joan Hickson's Ms. Marple outfits are really great, though. If you could interview Ms. Marple what would you ask from her?

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