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Child’s Play Communications Adds Microduino as New Client

by | Mar 8, 2018

Child’s Play Communications, an award-winning public relations agency specializing in promoting kids’ products and consumer technology, announced the addition of Microduino as a client. Child’s Play will be responsible for managing media relations to launch and support Microduino products.

Microduino is a leading electronic building blocks manufacturer and STEM/STEAM learning tools provider. Microduino’s unique, easy-to-use magnetic modules can be quickly assembled in an infinite number of configurations. By simply stacking the Lego-compatible modules together, kids can create designs with a broad range of features – flashing lights, sounds, movement and more. They can apply ready-to-use code or do their own code, using any variety of Arduino compatible editors, to create projects such as drones, robots and IoT devices.

“Toys that teach STEM/STEAM have become so important in recent years,” said Stephanie Azzarone, Child’s Play Communications president. “We’ve been fortunate to have represented many brands that teach these critical skills to children and we are excited about building on that experience to support Microduino.”

“We chose to work with Child’s Play Communications because of its significant understanding of STEM education and history of success promoting products in the STEM/STEAM category,” said Bin Feng, Microduino’s CEO. “We look forward to our new partnership.”

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