Wiggles 3D, a Canadian-based publisher of award-winning board games, apps and syndicated puzzles
Don Reid is the founder of Wiggles 3D, a Canadian-based publisher of award-winning board games, apps and syndicated puzzles joins Enterprise Radio to tell us more about the inspiration behind the game line and provide some entrepreneurial tips.
- What was the inspiration behind Wiggles 3D and explain your line of products?
- You are a Canadian based company that has had tremendous success in the US. What can you attribute this success towards?
- Family time is very important to you. What are some tips you give to create a perfect family game night?
- What board games are new for the holidays?
- You also have apps in your game line up. What are your most popular apps and are these apps for every age group?
- For those entrepreneurs that are looking to expand their brand into the U.S. Are there any tips you can provide?
- What is next for the Wiggles 3D brand?
Don Reid is the founder of Wiggles 3D, a Canadian-based publisher of award-winning board games, apps and syndicated puzzles.
The creation of Lexigo was inspired by Don’s love of word games. Recognizing that most word games included a board and square tiles, he set out to create a fun alternative. The goal was to have a game that plays quickly from start to finish, that lets players form words in a unique way, and that allows players to use strategy to outdo their opponents. The unique hexagon letter-tile format provided the foundation for Lexigo and the creation of a game that is equally enjoyable played at a table as online or in print.
Don started Wiggles 3D in 2001 and has led his team in developing over 20 unique game and entertainment properties, including Don’t Quote Me, a game of famous quotations, Lexigo, a fun, twisty word game, and Zipperoos, a new children’s game brand.
Bringing his experience from a successful career in Marketing and Sales leadership roles with Kraft Foods, Cara Operations and Compass Group, he has established Wiggles 3D in the challenging and ever-changing game category.