Monday, May 2, 2016
Napkin Finance Powers Financial Literacy Program For White House
Los Angeles-based Napkin Finance, which provides quick, informative snippets of information on financial literacy topics, has partnered with the White House to help promote financial literacy among students and young adults. The company--which develops concise, informative infographics on different financial topics--is helping to bolster the President Obama and the First Lady'ss Reach Higher, Better Make Room and National College Signing Day initiatives, which it aimed at helping teens and adults make smart money decisions, and prepare students for the financial challenges of a college education. The company offers up collections of its financial snippets, such as Money 101, covering up such topics as savings, budgeting, paying for college and more. Napkin Finance is a subsidiary of Cardblanc.