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Help children learn coding with Westcoast and Primo Toys

Published date: 18/07/2019 09:48

We’re delighted to announce that Primo Toys’ first product, Cubetto – which is already used in classrooms and homes in more than 100 countries – is now available through Westcoast.

Since 2013, Primo Toys has been on a mission to help children aged 3 to 6 realise their full creative potential. Their learning toys introduce STEM skills such as coding, engineering, and mathematics to early years pupils, without the use of screens.

If you're unaware, Cubetto is a wooden robot that teaches children the basics of computer programming through adventure and hands on play. It's a fun and simple way for children to start learning the skills that could set them up for a future career. The makers of Cubetto, Primo Toys, is backed by notable investors, including Randi Zuckerberg, and was founded by Filippo Yacob (CEO), a Forbes 30 Under 30 2017 honoree.

For our partners looking to supply education customers, Cubetto offers a strong value proposition. It’s one of the best ways to get young children learning to think computationally and practice coding, a skill that is set to be crucial for the future. Being available through Westcoast gives Cubetto an unparalleled level of service and flexibility, as well as the finance offers you’ve come to expect.

“We’re delighted to have partnered with Westcoast. As one of the UK’s largest and best distributors, they’re in a great position to help us help children across the country fulfill their potential.”- Head of Marketing & Sales, John Galpin.

“It’s brilliant to be working alongside one of the most innovative educational technology manufacturers out there. It’s an exciting new chapter for Westcoast and our resellers.” -  Ashley Watts, Accessories Commercial Director at Westcoast.

To find out more about selling Cubetto through Westcoast, get in touch today.


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