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HiMama Inc.
Type of businessPrivate
FoundedJune 25, 2013; 5 years ago (2013-06-25)
HeadquartersToronto, Ontario, Canada
Founder(s)Ron Spreeuwenberg, Alana Frome
CEORon Spreeuwenberg
IndustryMobile Applications, Web Applications
Current statusActive

HiMama is a privately held Canadian technology company based in Toronto, Ontario that developed an App that connects childcare programs to parents through digital communications such as face-to-face calls, real-time picture updates and digital daily reports.[1][2] The company's social purpose is focused on improving developmental outcomes for children aged zero to five, providing accessible child care, and supporting women in technology.[3]

The company was founded by Ron Spreeuwenberg[4][5] and Alana Frome.[6][7]


The company was incorporated on June 25, 2013[8] The first version of the HiMama mobile app was released on the App Store and Google Play in October 2013.

In May 2016, HiMama reached 100,000 Users[9] HiMama was featured in the Business News Network show The Disruptors on December 2, 2016.[10] and won the Disruptors Pitch Startup Contest.[11]

In March 2018, HiMama attained B Corporation (certification) through an assessment of impacts on the environment, workers, customers, community and governance.[12]


HiMama is an app that enables educators and childcare programs to make profiles for children, track their development, and keep parents in the loop. Educators can log attendance, share up-to-date reports and insights of the child's behavior, send photos and videos, and can also record naps, meals, and bathroom breaks. Parents can be updated through email, text, and notifications via the HiMama website and mobile app.[13][14][15]


On an annual basis, HiMama releases a benchmark report on the North American child care sector, with the inaugural report being released in 2016. The report is intended to inform childcare programs about financial and operational performance relative to their peer group based on self-reported survey data.[16][17]


  1. ^ "The HiMama Childcare App Keeps Parents and Educators on the Same Wavelength". Retrieved .
  2. ^ "HiMama Says 'Hi' to Teachers and Tech and Goodbye to Tedious Paper Trails". Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Why affordable child care is essential to keeping women in tech". Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Ron Spreeuwenberg". The Next Web. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "Meet Ron Spreeuwenberg, Founder of HiMama". Retrieved .
  6. ^ "Another 99 "Limit Breaking" Female Founders Share The Most Important Lessons They Learned from Their Experiences". Retrieved .
  7. ^ "Tech companies should diversify by making their product teams look like their user base". Retrieved .
  8. ^ "BBB Accredited Business Profile HiMama". Retrieved .
  9. ^ "A Much Closer Look at Nap Time". Bloomberg L.P. Retrieved .
  10. ^ "Disruptor Pitch analysis: HiMama". Business News Network. Retrieved .
  11. ^ "#DISRUPTORSPITCH Contest Winner HiMama is the Slack for Daycares and Parents". Betakit. Retrieved .
  12. ^ "HiMama Inc". Retrieved .
  13. ^ "The pitch: HiMama". Business News Network. Retrieved .
  14. ^ "Daily Daycare Report Cards Made Easy with #HiMama!". Retrieved .
  15. ^ "EDU-TECH TO CONNECT PARENTS AND EDUCATORS". The Startup Magazine. Retrieved .
  16. ^ "Workforce Major Risk for Child Care in North America". World News. Retrieved .
  17. ^ "North America Child Care Sector Benchmark Survey". HiMama. Retrieved .

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