For the first time, LeapFrog is offering its learning content on a tablet made specifically for sale in the consumer electronics section of stores. The LeapFrog Epic, from LeapFrog Enterprises Inc., tablet adapts as a child grows, delivering access to personalized learning experiences that auto-level with a child’s progress.
At its annual general meeting held on Monday, the Toy Industry Association (TIA) announced the election of three new members to the TIA Board of Directors for two-year terms of office expiring in February of 2017. Nominated to serve their first terms on the TIA Board were Kerry Cunnion, senior vice president of sales at Tomy International; Howard Kahn, chairman of Madame Alexander and CEO of Kahn Lucas; and Bruce Raiffe, president of Gund. [Read more...]
On March 26, the Department of Commerce’s U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) commemorated its 700,000th design patent at a ceremony with Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker at Langdon Education Campus in Washington, D.C.
The patent for the ornamental design for a hand-held learning apparatus was issued to inventor and LeapFrog employee Jason Avery, and is currently assigned to LeapFrog Enterprises Inc. for its LeapsterGS.
“For nearly 20 years, LeapFrog has been a leader in life-changing educational entertainment experiences through innovation-forward solutions such as LeapsterGS, and we are honored to have our device issued the 700,000th design patent,” said John Barbour, chief executive officer at LeapFrog.
LeapFrog Enterprises Inc. will webcast a presentation to investors and analysts on February 12 at 8:30 a.m. EST. The webcast will include presentations given by members of the company’s management team, including Chief Executive Officer John Barbour, Chief Financial Officer Ray Arthur, and Chief Marketing Officer Greg Ahearn. [Read more...]