Monday, 18th February 2013 - comments (0)
Jeego, an ecard provider run by two mumpreneurs, is busy discovering the delights of Bath after one half of its management team relocated to the Bear Flat area in August.
In celebration of the move Jeego is running a competition for local Mums in conjunction with the award winning brand the Wisdom of Kids.
We all know that kids say the funniest things. We want you to send us your child’s hilarious comments so that we can use the funniest one to create a special Mothers’ Day animated ecard to put in our Jeego app. The quote will be added to the Wisdom of Kids range and will also be made into a paper card.
The winner will be given the app with 100 free credits to send cards, 25 paper cards and a selection of Wisdom of Kids goodies.
There are prizes for the runners up too so for more information go to www.blog.jeego.me and click on the competitions button.
We are looking for laugh-out-loud quotes so get thinking and try and remember the ones that made you laugh the most. We want the ones that had you reaching for your phone.
Judges include the driving force behind the Wisdom of Kids Soula Zavacopoulos and Bristol based Mummy blogger Jo Middleton, www.slummysinglemummy.com as well as Jeego’s Vanessa Pawsey and Sarah Addezio.
Entries should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and must be received by 12pm on Friday 1 March.
Jeego Mumpreneurs Vanessa and Sarah have 5 kids between them and struggle with school runs, afterschool clubs and ever increasing volumes of homework while driving forward a burgeoning young start up.
Sarah relocated to Bath from London in time for the new school year and has been busy settling her boys into St John’s Roman Catholic Primary school as well as overcoming the various challenges of working remotely.
Vanessa remains in London, where Jeego HQ is based and works alongside two hugely talented designers and a tech genius.
Jeego works with talented illustrators and independent card companies to create beautiful ecards which can be sent from a mobile phone and bought via a mobile app.
“We are always on the lookout for new illustrators,” said Sarah, “and moving to Bath has opened up a whole new pot of talent.”
To find out more about Jeego visit the website www.jeego.me.
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