Founded by three young dads, Flinto is revolutionising preschool education by changing the way children learn and play. Flintobox delivers high quality, design-led products to 400,000 thousand customers across 700 cities and towns in India, growing fastest in cities and towns like Chandigarh and Nagpur. Flintoclass powers preschools with fun early learning proagrammes.
At home, in pre-school and online, Flinto makes a world class early childhood education possible and affordable in tier 1 & 2 cities across India.
Big smiles all around. Founder dads Arunprasad Durairaj, Shreenidhi Srirangam and Vijaybabu Gandhi at the cafe upstairs!
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