Australia’s Vuly Play ‘seeks to expand global presence’ through new Toy Inventor Programme

The Australian outdoor play equipment company, Vuly Play, has launched its own Toy Inventor Programme, offering creative minds in the play space the platform to turn their ideas into reality.

Open for submissions now, the Toy Inventor Programme is calling on designers and creatives from across the globe to submit their toy-related concept, idea, or design for any category – and not just restricted to outdoor play.

The process asks that inventors submit a detailed description of their invention, listing its purpose, how it works, what benefits it has, and any relevant documentation and media. Vuly Play states that a sample prototype is ‘highly desirable’ but not required.

Inventors can submit their designs to www.vulyplay.com/en-AU/toy-inventor-program

Vuly Play founder and CEO Joe Andon said: “We want to make magic happen, we’re going to make somebody’s dream come to life.

“Out there somewhere in the world somebody has the next big thing, but they may have no ability, experience, distribution, marketing, manufacturing or resources to take it to market, in that case, we would make the perfect partner.”

“Most importantly, there are many good ideas in the world, unless they have been developed and fleshed before it gets to us, it’s probably not going to go far.”

Vuly Senior industrial designer, Connor Crawford, said: “We feel it is a brilliant opportunity for us as a company to provide smarter, safer, and innovative products to our customers while providing a great platform for inventors from all over the world.”

Vuly Play is an Australian-owned and run, outdoor play equipment company. Based in Brisbane Australia, Vuly has been at the global forefront of innovative engineering for outdoor play equipment with extensive experience in production and prototyping successful and marketable products. Vuly has successfully launched various products throughout Australia, Europe, and North America.

Partnering with famous names such as Toys R Us, Hamleys, Walmart, Canadian Tire, Sam’s Club, Mr Toys Toyworld, 99 Bikes, and many more as well as a direct to consumer strategy.

Vuly Play seeks to expand the brand and its global presence by collaborating with toy inventors to produce new products that children and families can enjoy.

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