is a publicly traded company who sells educational & electronics products in the various countries across the world. The company is based in Emeryville, California, United States. The company was started by Robert Lally and Michael Wood in 1994. The company trades on the New York Stock Exchange and operates as the wholly owned subsidiary of VTech, a Chinese company based in Hong Kong.
The company has won a range of awards for their excellent products that include Golden Apple Award, Toy of the Year Award (2011), Teacher’s Pick Award by Instructor Magazine, and Parent’s Best Toys Award.
There is a great variety of products that include educational gaming, grade school, reading solutions, and learning toys. Some most popular products sold by the company are LeapFrog Epic, LeapTV, LeapBand, LeapReader, Leapster, MY Pal Scout, and LeapPad. Additionally, the company developed many educational applications, such as Creativity Camera, Mr. Pencil: Learn to Write, and Scout’s ABC Garden.
The company is involved in the designing, developing, and marketing operations of learning products and similar content through which grade school. There are more than 600 people employed by the company for controlling their manufacturing and selling operations globally. Along with manufacturing their own products, they also license items to many third parties that include Masterpieces Puzzles, Kiddleland Limited and Learning Horizons.
Additionally, LeapFroghas apartnership with companies, like Sega Toys, Lionsgate Home Entertainment, and Macromedia.