Miami, FL, June 10, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- eknLinks announced BizEBunch.com, a fun and innovative online website for seven- to 17-year-olds that teaches them how to think about business, life and family through a series of books, games, and on-line activities.
The BizEBunch.com website is still in its early development stages, but expects to offer a complete series of fun-filled and education-based information that will help kids “Read, Learn and Do.” BizEBunch is offering new subscribers an opportunity to download a free copy of the site’s first electronically-published book - “Sukis Short Summer” - for a limited time.
“Suki’s Short Summer” is a book about a young girl named Suki who made summer plans that were instantly changed when her father lost his job. Young readers will learn about the changes that life brings in this unfortunately common situation, while understanding the concept of budgeting and the importance of family unity. New team members to BizEBunch.com can join and get a free copy of this book for a limited time and sign up for future advance publications.
BizEbunch.com is expected to lead the way in helping young minds develop a sense of accomplishment, personal pride, determination, family understanding, ethical behavior and business drive. There will be loads of activities that children can conduct offline, too, while learning about business, life and family.
BizEBunch.com is the brainchild of a of father of three Ken Ninomiya, who came up with the idea of creating a learning environment for his own children to help them understand some of the basic fundamentals of personal accomplishment and success in business at a young age. “Independent small business has been a key to developing the U.S. economy and BizeBunch.com will help young children understand more about business and give them the power to ‘Read, Learn and Do,,” said Ninomiya. “Children love to learn, they are creative, and they love to play online games, but many of these games do nothing to help build the basic skill set and knowledge needed to have a productive life from a family, social and business perspective. I hope that this format is a place where both kids and parents can go to help them build a better life.”
To visit BizeBunch.com and download “Suki’s Short Summer, visit www.bizebunch.com.