Emerging Company Play Basics Is Establishing A Line Of Educational And Developmental Toys
(EMAILWIRE.COM, July 30, 2015 ) SPRINGFIELD, VIRGINIA (VA) -- In depth market and educational research conducted by Play Basics has revealed that the current market directed to toys and developmental products is severely lacking. Their research shows dissatisfaction with currently available toys on the market. The dissatisfaction results in a rapid loss of interest in the toys. Play Basics intends to address this issue by leading the market with relevant products and services.
"End user satisfaction is simply not there," said Craig Hayworth, Product Manager at Play Basics. "There's a great disconnect between toys currently available and what children really want. It is not possible to simply ask a child what he or she wants or needs."
"The Imagination is endless: as limitless as the sky or the universe. We tell this and other similar things to our kids, and in our schools, all the time, but do we believe it ourselves as adults?" quipped Mr. Hayworth. "It's about time someone figured out how to integrate childhood satisfaction, well being, and constructive imagination all at the same time!"
Although the research and its results will not be made public, the research is currently being used by Play Basics to Manufacture products that address this tremendous inadequacy. Play Basics will materialize the findings by offering products that fuse multiple interests into highly effective unitary products. "This way a child will continue to play with that toy day after day, year after year; her developing mind and imagination will continue to see that toy in a new light," Mr. Hayworth commented.
About Play Basics
Play Basics, based in Springfield, Virginia, is an emerging company that caters to the imagination of children by introducing Captivating children's products.
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