The Child’s Play Communications second annual Kids’ & Family Tech Expo is just one day away, and we are thrilled to welcome amazing innovators from six countries — the UK, France, Denmark, Israel, China and the U.S.!
Palm-sized robots, interactive water bottles, sleep trackers for kids, and more, are among the products that will be presented to media at the event, taking place on Tuesday, September 12, 2017 in New York City.
The only media event exclusively for tech products designed for children and parents, the 2017 Kids’ & Family Tech Expo will build upon the success of our inaugural event last year, which attracted nearly 50 media including USA Today, the Today Show, Forbes, the Associated Press, Parents magazine, CBS-TV and Family Fun.
Drones dominated last year’s event, while this year’s will feature a variety of inventive robots, including one kids can decorate, another that features AR capabilities and a third that teaches preschoolers how to code. Other standout products include:
a connected wrist band that makes parenting easier
conductive dough that introduces kids to circuits
a children’s DIY computer-building kit
a building and coding set that brings Lego creations to life
a kids’ wristband that encourages active play
a 2-in-1 Android computer with built-in parental supervision
an interactive VR experience with endangered species
Stephanie Azzarone is founder and president of Child’s Play Communications, the first agency to specialize exclusively in public relations, social media and word-of-mouth communications for products and services targeted to moms. She is creator of the Team Mom™ blogger network, publisher of the newsletter Marketing Communications: Moms, and winner of multiple awards including those for Lifetime Achievement--Business, Innovator of the Year and Social Media Innovator of the Year, as well as the Grand Stevie Award. An avid biker, kayaker and student of Mandarin, and most importantly Evan’s mom, Stephanie lives in New York City.