There is growing interest in the Jassby mission of helping parents teach their kids financial literacy through doing. And with the upcoming release of our no monthly fee debit card for kids, we are expecting to grow even further. Here are some highlights from November.
As the father of four, one of the main impacts Covid has had in my house is around my children’s education.
Benny Nachman, Jassby founder and CEO, was recently interviewed on television and radio stations around the US to discuss our recently conducted survey of US parents changing views and habits as it relates to purchasing.
The results of a survey asking 1000 parents with kids under 18 years old 15 questions about the impact of Covid on their kids' education. What Jassby found was parents are stressed about how caring for their children was made more difficult by the financial struggles during the pandemic.
Combined with a secure, kid-friendly marketplace, the family financial literacy service enables contactless or cashless payment with the Jassby Virtual Debit Mastercard.
The research discovered a variety of new insights with a highlight on families drastically reducing cash-based spending due to health concerns during the pandemic and switching to contactless payments. The study also yielded interesting data on parents having a range of caution with regard to different payment preferences.
Jassby utilized a series of direct response questions delivered to a carefully selected audience of 500 respondents in order to understand the sentiments and behaviors of parents with regards to their feelings on Summer camp
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David Laubner
WALTHAM, Mass., May 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Jassby, Inc. the fintech company that created a leading family finance app, today announced the appointment of tech industry veteran David Laubner to the role of Chief Revenue Officer.