A Japanese company has designed an educational toy that aids young children in grasping skills related to programming. The toy has the form of a robot which is used to play a puzzle-like game which does not require any language skills. It uses universal signs, pictures, and sounds to convey programming concepts making it suitable for toddlers and pre-school children. The company is looking to expand to the EU and wishes to engage in commercial agency and distribution services agreements.
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