Investing in Children Web Launch Competition

 

We have a winner! The Investing in Children Website Launch Competition Draw was conducted today via Randompicker.com. We'd like to extend our congratulations to Kindermusik with Orly who are the recipients of $500 voucher for a brand new Moutonco web design makeover. 

Kindermusik is a music and movement program for kids in London, Ontario and you can check out their current website here. We're very excited to be working with them to develop a whole new look!

 

Most Creative Share Special Prize: 

The judges have conferred and agreed that a very special additional prize should be added to today's announcement. 

Alex Mihas wins an iTunes gift voucher as well as a year long domain registration and hosting package for his share of Investing in Children's new website on social media. His entry caught the judges eye because it really captured how the new website performs equally well on multiple platforms including phones, tablets and laptops. 

Alex is a member of the After School Program at the Princess Elizabeth Public School and he is also a budding web developer in his own right. 

August 15 


Moutonco recently ran a competition to help launch Investing in Children's new website. While a winner was chosen at random, the judges of the competition conferred and agreed that a very special additional prize would be be awarded...

As a result, Alex Mihas was presented yesterday with an iTunes gift voucher as well as a year long domain registration and hosting package for his share of Investing in Children's new website on social media. His entry caught the judges eye because it really captured how the new website performs equally well on multiple platforms including phones, tablets and laptops. 

Alex is a member of the After School Program at the Princess Elizabeth Public School and he is also a budding web developer in his own right. 

Pictured with Alex is Susan Toth from Moutonco (left) and Anita Gilvesy (Executive Director at Investing in Children)

Photograph courtesy of Nikki Sasso Mitchell / Investing in Children.

 — at London Public Library.