New toy, game and technology create educational platform to promote financial literacy



    MONTREAL, Aug. 19 /CNW Telbec/ - A new company called EKOMINI Inc.
announced the release of the world's first, web-enabled coin-saver and
financial education web platform for families with children aged 5 to 12.
    EKOMINI is comprised of a proprietary web-enabled coin-saver, more
commonly known as piggy bank, that connects to a computer and the internet.
Children deposit their money in this coin-saver, see the amount deposited as
well as how much they've accumulated on a secure, game-based, educational
website. Through computer games and interactive storytelling, kids learn about
earning and saving spending, sharing and investing.
    The EKOMINI coin saver can be pre-ordered on the EKOMINI web site
www.ekomini.com.  The product will be available in Canada's major retail
stores in October.
    About EKOMINI: Montreal-based EKOMINI designs, manufactures and markets
the EKOMINI coin saver, a new generation piggy bank, and as well as
Ekominiville, a web-based educational platform promoting financial literacy to
families with children aged 5 to 12.




For further information:

For further information: Guy Pressault, (514) 235-9954, guy@ekomini.com

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