With more than 170,000 children worldwide going online for the first time every day, the issue of online privacy is becoming increasingly sensitive. SuperAwesome’s technology platform is used by brands such as Lego and Mattel to enable safe digital engagement with children, while at the same time ensuring they comply with relevant legislation. Serial tech entrepreneur Dylan Collins, 40, founded the company in 2013 and has since raised $38m, including $13m in February from investors including Hoxton Ventures, where he is a partner. Turnover grew to £26.2m last year, as increasing numbers of children swap television viewing for digital media. The firm is reportedly considering a listing in either the UK or America next year.

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Company details
Year2019
Rank57
CompanySuperAwesome
ActivityChildren's privacy protection
LocationCentral London
Average 3 year sales growth79.00%
Latest sales £000s*26,200
Staff120
Founded2013
Websitewww.superawesome.tv

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