KidHop, an online activity-booking app for parents, launches this month.
Similar in concept to the monthly fitness passes that many adults in Hong Kong now use (think Guavapass, ClassCruiser, KFit), KidHop provides access to multiple activities for young children for a monthly fee.
Like many parents, co-founder Zoe Fung wanted to expose her 3-year-old son to different experiences so that he could have fun and discover his passions. The problem was that most activities required long-term commitments with fixed schedules.
Enter KidHop, which partners with over 50 premium activity providers throughout Hong Kong Island to provide parents with no-commitment single-class activities each week. With a KidHop membership, parents can choose classes for their kids – from dance to art, sports and languages – and get access to admissions seminars, carnivals and other community events.
Choose from three plans, starting at $568 per month. For more information, visit www.kidhop.com