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Blue Water Growth signs manufacturing agreement with Digital Dream Labs
PITTSBURGH, PA (date)—Two Pittsburgh companies are teaming up to introduce a high-tech toy that uses video gaming to teach programming skills.
Blue Water Growth, a Pittsburgh-based global consulting firm with extensive experience and expertise in China, today announced an exclusive manufacturing agreement with Digital Dream Labs, whose Puzzlets toy/app combination was recognized by USA Today as one of the top ten “cool tech toys” coming in 2015.
“We will provide Digital Dream Labs with high-quality, competitively-priced precision manufacturing from China, with rapid turnaround that enables them to meet their demanding production schedule,” said David Iwinski, Jr., managing director of Blue Water Growth.
While Blue Water Growth is best known for its merger and acquisition guidance and for helping U. S. companies distribute to China, the company also provides manufacturing services for products ranging from consumer electronics to precision medical devices.
We are excited to be working with Blue Water Growth to manufacture the hardware for Puzzlets,” said Matt Stewart, Co-Founder of Digital Dream Labs. “It’s great for us, as a Pittsburgh-based start-up, to team up with another Pittsburgh company on our first product.”
Puzzlets is expected to be on the market in September of this year.
About Blue Water Growth LLC:
Blue Water Growth is a global business consulting firm with extensive on-the-ground experience and expertise in Asia. Its services include merger and acquisition guidance, private capital solutions, product distribution, product outsourcing, manufacturing and a wide variety of business advisory services for its Western and Asian clients.
About Digital Dream Labs LLC:
Headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Digital Dream Labs was co-founded by Matt Stewart, Peter Kinney and Justin Sabo, graduates of Carnegie Mellon University’s Entertainment Technology program. Founded on collaborative graduate work at the university and the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, the company is committed to making learning more accessible through fun, tactile technology.
David Iwinski, Jr.
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