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Engino opens B2B virtual fair for STEM toys buyers today

Published on: 1st February 2022

Engino will present its new products for 2022 online, and invites buyers interested in the range to make a Virtual Showroom appointment now.

Despite the challenges presented by being currently unable to meet many of its clients face to face, Engino says it is still excited to connect with the retail buying and education communities over next month. Utilising online technologies, the Engino team will hold a Virtual Toy Fair from February 1st onward, where it will showcase all the company’s new 2022 products.

A leading brand in the STEM toy category since 2004, the company will be unveiling new variations of GinoBot, a programmable robot which it says has ‘literally unlimited expansion potential’. Retailers will also be able to explore the brand-new robotic line, Coding Lab, that has been specially developed for robotic enthusiasts who look for smart programmable gadgets of expandable and reconfigurable capabilities. The line is ideal for both primary and secondary school students, and also hobbyist engineers.

Attendees will also be able to learn more about the expanded Discovering STEM series that has been researched and developed with input from qualified teachers and academics, and offers a practical solution to aid in engaging students in STEM disciplines in a fun and interesting way. The educational packages are also ideal as a home learning tool.

The Inventor Mechanics range is designed to inspire children of ages 7-14 to follow STEM careers and develop 21st-century skills such as problem-solving and critical thinking. The multi-theme approach motivates children to construct toys they can relate to, while the ability to build many different models from the same toy set enhances creativity and engineering design thinking.

Founder Costas Sisamos commented: “Covid-19 may keep us apart, but technology brings us together. We hope everyone will take the opportunity to connect with one of the top European manufacturers of high-quality innovative STEM toys and learn more about our award-winning system and how it can increase their business’ margin or enrich their teaching method.”

Christopher Watts recently joined Engino to lead sales in the UK & Ireland, and have a strategic input across all international markets for the company. He can be contacted on c.watts@engino.com or +44 (0)7764 583468

To reserve a Virtual Showroom appointment, retailers are invited to get in touch using the link here.

 

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