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Infectious wins Wunderbar Kids account

Wunderbar Kids is a chain of new-wave pre-schools that believe in putting children in charge of learning

BestMediaInfo Bureau | Mumbai | April 16, 2015


Infectious has been signed on as the communications partner for Wunderbar Kids, a chain of new-wave pre-schools that believe in putting children in charge of learning.

The group’s foray into education began in 2004 with the opening of Vishwajot High School, in Navi Mumbai. Wunderbar Kids was born out of the realisation that the current pre-schools are ill-suited to cope with the massive learning potential of children between 0-5 years whose brains are still developing. Wunderbar Kids started as a mission to transform 100,000 lives by 2020 and with it the entire pre-school education. Wunderbar Kids has a skill-based curriculum, designed to nurture the thirst for knowledge in children.

Ramanuj-Nisha Nisha Singhania and Ramanuj Shastry

Ramanuj Shastry, Co-founder & Director of Infectious, said, “We relish the challenge of doing work that will make parents take pre-school learning seriously. It’s always hugely satisfying doing work that will positively influence lives.”

Nisha Singhania, Co-founder & Director of Infectious, added, “Wunderbar Kids is a pre-school which believes in changing lives of kids by making learning a pleasure. We are honoured to partner them in this journey and look forward to doing some great work.”

Prasad Dhumal Prasad Dhumal

Prasad Dhumal, Co-founder and CEO of Wunderbar Kids, commented, “We at Wunderbar Kids are determined to transform 100,000 lives by 2020 by developing a life long love for learning in our kids. We needed a communication partner equally passionate about this mission and crazy enough to think that we can achieve this together. After meeting Ramanuj and Nisha we realised Infectious was the right partner to help spread our message and educate parents on the massive learning potential of their kids.”

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