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Universal Branding & Media, E-Blox Interlock for Licensing

E-Blox has broaden their line of toys based around the foundation of science, art and STEM.

Universal Branding & Media has teamed up with E-Blox to broaden their line of toys based around the foundation of science, art and STEM.

E-Blox toys are designed to stimulate a child’s imagination while teaching them to investigate creative reasoning and systematic building of objects. The toys are designed to provide a fun and engaging platform that helps kids learn science, art and STEM.

“Universal Branding & Media is looking forward to working with E-Blox to develop branded products that will continue to stimulate a child’s imagination and storytelling capabilities,” says Heidi Schwartz, vice president, business development, Universal Branding and Media.

Based in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, E-Blox launched in 2016 by Art Seymour and his sons James and Joseph with more than 90+ years of combined experience as entrepreneurs, inventors and designers in the educational toys and wireless industries.

“E-Blox is looking to expand their product portfolio with brand licensing in order to give children of all ages the building blocks to play, enjoy and discover,” says Joe Seymore, vice president and chief operating officer, E-Blox. “With their plug-together bricks and modules, kids can build and create endless play patterns from a robot with flashing eyes to an airplane propeller that spins. If a child can imagine it, then with E-Blox they can build it. We are excited to expand our product offering with best in class brands with the expertise and experience that the Universal Branding & Media team brings to the table.”

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