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Zoobean is a company developing Beanstack, a web application that creates a personalized playlist of apps, books, and literacy resources for little kids. It includes simple registration through which multiple kids, teens, or adults can be set-up under a single account.

HQWashington, DC, US

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Employees (est.) (Sept 2021)27(-6%)
Cybersecurity ratingCMore

Zoobean Office Locations

Zoobean has offices in Washington, Brownsburg, Chevy Chase and Pittsburgh
Brownsburg, IN, US
7230 Arbuckle Commons
Chevy Chase, MD, US
4445 Willard Ave #600
Pittsburgh, PA, US
Allegheny Center Garage, 100 S Commons #102
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Zoobean Financials and Metrics

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$1.8 m

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Zoobean News and Updates

Zoobean Announces 2020 Fall Into Reading Challenge in Partnership With Junior Library Guild

The Fall into Reading Challenge provides an engaging way for educators to support students in the midst of the COVID-19 slump and win educational resources for their school.

Amazon’s Alexa Fund invests in edtech startups, Zoobean and Unruly Studios

Two edtech companies, Zoobean and Unruly Studios, are the latest to receive investment from Amazon’s Alexa Fund — Amazon’s corporate venture fund focused on fueling innovation in voice technologies, and specifically, integrations with Amazon’s voice assistant Alexa. Zoobean, which you may recall fro…

Zoobean Blogs

Beanstack and Lerner Publishing Group Offer Unlimited Book Access for Winter Reading Challenge

Edutech startup Beanstack and Lerner Publishing Group offer libraries and schools free access to books to help readers of all ages explore diversity, empathy, and action through literature.  

How Keene Memorial Library is Growing Engagement in our New Normal

Since the darkest days of the pandemic, we’ve been continually inspired by our library partners’ creative and dedicated work to keep patrons engaged and reading. When buildings closed and face-to-face interactions dwindled, librarians kicked into high gear. Now, as we settle into a new n…

4 Ways Independent Reading Supports Whole Child Development

Whether your school calls it sustained silent reading, Drop Everything and Read, or has its own inventive acronym, independent reading has been a part of the public school curriculum for decades. While educators know that independent reading plays a pivotal role in early literacy and lan…

Why Readathons Are More Equitable Than Book Fairs

For decades, book fairs have been a primary source of funding for schools. Since the 1980s, Scholastic alone has hosted over 120,000 book fairs annually in the United States, selling more than 100 million books per year. But this popular fundraising model has a fundamental flaw: you need…

4 Reasons Educators Are Leaving Assessment-Based Reading Programs

For decades, schools have relied on assessment-based reading programs to motivate students to read independently. These programs incentivize students to read pre-approved books and take short comprehension quizzes, which often bolster their language arts grades. But as veteran educator B…

Meet Jewell Parker Rhodes - #LevelUp2021 Author Spotlight

Welcome to our #LevelUp2021 Author Spotlight Series! We’re thrilled to feature 4 incredibly talented authors from our first National K-12 Summer Reading Challenge, sponsored by Thorndike Press and Mark Cuban. 
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Zoobean Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Zoobean founded?

    Zoobean was founded in 2013.

  • How many employees does Zoobean have?

    Zoobean has 27 employees.

  • Who are Zoobean competitors?

    Competitors of Zoobean include Apptegy, Instasolv and Rah Rah.

  • Where are Zoobean offices?

    Zoobean has offices in Washington, Brownsburg, Chevy Chase and Pittsburgh.

  • How many offices does Zoobean have?

    Zoobean has 4 offices.