Acton, MA (PRWEB) June 12, 2023 -- Jassby, Inc., a leading family finance company and issuer of debit cards for kids and teens today announced a partnership with WorldStrides, a leader in educational travel and experiences.
The partnership comes after extensive piloting, resulting in positive reviews from travelers, parents, and staff and was driven by safety and efficiency in a time when fewer merchants are accepting cash.
“We are excited to partner with a world-class organization like WorldStrides, who shares our passion for educating kids through experience.” said Benny Nachman, Founder and CEO at Jassby. “There is a clear need in the educational travel market to move to cashless travel and we are proud to be at the forefront of that movement.”
Bob Gogel, WorldStrides’ CEO, commented that, “It’s been a pleasure to work with the Jassby team, and we’re confident that this partnership will not only enable more life-changing moments, but also will provide opportunities for our travelers to gain valuable financial literacy skills.”
Jassby, headquartered in Acton, MA, is a fintech start-up company founded in 2018 with the vision to bring banking and financial services to Generations Z and Alpha and to promote financial literacy through a mobile payment app and debit card for kids and teens. Jassby offers families a service through which kids can receive money, and can then spend that money anywhere they need, while also having options to save or donate, all on a safe, controlled, and fully digital state-of-the-art platform.
WorldStrides is the global leader in educational travel and experiential learning. The company was founded in 1967 to provide middle school travel programs to Washington, D.C., and has grown to provide a wide range of programs for more than 550,000 students annually to over 100 countries around the world. WorldStrides offers experiential learning programs in educational travel, performing arts, language immersion, career exploration, service-learning, study abroad, and sports. Each of these experiences helps students to see beyond the classroom and to see the world – and themselves – in new ways.
Greg Bottenhorn, Jassby, http://www.jassby.com, 1 8433605611, [email protected]