celebrates Children’s Day in style; announces a Global Talent Contest for kids from 1st to 14th November

The company will disseminate prices worth INR 10 lakhs, inclusive of Apple iPads, Amazon vouchers, and scholarships Participants will be entitled to receive special certificates for participating in and winning contests

New Delhi: Children’s day is celebrated annually in India to spread awareness of children’s care, rights, and education. To enhance the celebrations of Children’s Day and its own birthday in November,, India’s fastest-growing online platform of Extra Curricular Activities, has introduced a Global Talent Contest for kids. The contest went live on its platform on 1st November 2021 and will go on till 14th November 2021.

Crejo.Fun Talent Contest hosts six uniquely-designed and creative competitions around Art, Yoga, Dance, Public Speaking, Music, and Mobile Photography. Children need to register on Crejo.Fun’s website, select category(s) and submit their entries to participate in the contest.

All the participants will get special certificates for participating and winning the events. Prizes worth INR 10 Lakhs will be distributed among winners of the respective competitions. Two children (one in each age category) will stand a chance to win Apple iPads and other exciting prizes such as scholarships & Amazon vouchers. There is NO fee to participate in the contest.

Commenting on the event, Vikas Bansal, Co-founder of Crejo.Fun, said, “We have grown up celebrating children’s day. Now that we have the opportunity to make it wonderful for the kids, we bring forward a groundbreaking talent contest that will nourish and provide immense exposure to their budding talent. We wish our very best to every participant and hope to witness a greater winning number during the duration of the contest.” recently completed one year of its inception. The company has come a long way to scale and modernize its tech-driven infrastructure to fulfill children’s creative and learning needs. The recent global expansion of the Edtech giant in UAE, Singapore, and Indonesia has helped strengthen its girth in the online co-curricular space globally.


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