Gimi is an educational app that teaches children and young adults about money. Our award-winning app helps them keep track of their pocket money, earn their own money, and reach their dreams. It’s not always easy to talk about money, but kids who use the app develop a knack for it. Families who use the app together find themselves bringing it up at the dinner table with ease.
Gimi, in a partnership with ABN Amro, has released a financial literacy app for children and the effects could go beyond economic benefits.
Partnering with Gimi makes ABN AMRO the first bank in Europe to launch an educational tool designed specifically for children and parents.
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The co-branded app is aimed at parents and youngsters between the ages of seven and 13.
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ABN Amro has teamed up with Swedish children's financial literacy startup Gimi on a co-branded app.