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  • SuperAwesome is helping brands talk to kids safely
  • SuperAwesome is helping brands talk to kids safely
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SuperAwesome is helping brands talk to kids safely

Children are more tech-savvy than ever – over two-thirds of eight-year-olds go online daily. As a result, there’s an increasing demand for child-friendly digital experiences. In this climate, UK-based start-up SuperAwesome is a digital platform helping to curate kid-friendly ads.

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