Sugo Toys Japan prepares for September launch, backed by strong user support
Remember when Sugo Toys Japan talked about a plan to set up a service to deliver toy figurines on monthly basis to avid fans? Well, ever since the launching of their teaser site on July 25th, more than 500 people subscribed to their newsletter. Due to this, they plan to launch the service in September.By Winnie Nelson 16 Aug, 2012
“Figure enthusiasts all around the world have given us great suggestions & ideas. They are helping us make a service that fits their needs. We are very grateful”, commented Masaru Nakajima, CEO of Sugo Toys. Many words of encouragement have stemmed through Facebook and Twitter therefore Sugo Toys will expects to hit the 1000 mark for newsletter followers by September.
Sounds like a promising future for the company as there are many collectors who are willing to fork out the extra cash to satiate their passion for toy figurines.
Founded in December 2010 by Masaru Nakajima who is also the CEO, this company focuses on multilingual social media marketing service. Sugolog.Inc aims to help solve marketing problems encountered by companies through platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, etc. This company is able to help in research, planning, development, operation and analytics of their social media strategy. Besides that, this company is able to help their clients with global marketing needs as they even cater in Japanese, English, Spanish, Traditional Chinese and Vietnamese.
The company also runs a Facebook page under the name of SUGOJAPAN that provides news, information and contents related to Japanese pop-culture and tech-culture. The page has currently garnered more than 25,000 fans. Sugolog.Inc’s motto is rather catchy. It is “Make it more SUGOI” (SUGOI means “cool” or “great” in Japanese). The middle term goal of this company is to make “contents that you would like to bookmark in your browser” by 2015. Finally, the long term goal is to make the word SUGOI become a part of the global language by 2040.
Read the full press release below.
TOKYO- The monthly Japanese toy subscription service “Sugo Toys Japan” announced that it has received a good response from the fan community. Since the launch of a teaser site on July 25th, Sugo Toys Japan has received more than 500 newsletter subscriptions from figure collectors all around the world.
The service has also received encouraging words & suggestions trough Facebook & Twitter. “Figure enthusiasts all around the world have given us great suggestions & ideas. They are helping us make a service that fits their needs. We are very grateful” commented CEO Masaru Nakajima. Sugo Toys Japan expects to have around 1000 newsletter followers by September.
Sugo Toys Japan opened a blog, where they plan to showcase cool figures, events & interesting figure related stuff besides Sugo Toys Japan releases. Since every month figure collectors will receive a new figure from the series of their choosing, the blog will showcase past & future figures available through the service.
Sugo Toys Japan (Teaser Site):
Sugo Toys Japan Blog
About Sugolog Inc.
Founded: December 2010
Founder & CEO: Masaru Nakajima
Business Domain: Multilingual social media marketing service
Sugolog Inc. helps companies solve their marketing problems through the use of social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, etc. Sugolog Inc. is able to help companies in the research, planning, development, operation & analytics of their social media strategy. The company is also able to help their clients with their global marketing needs. Sugolog Inc. can work in Japanese, English, Spanish, Traditional Chinese & Vietnamese.
Sugolog Inc. Also runs SUGOJAPAN , a Facebook page serving news, information & contents related to Japanese pop-culture & tech culture. Since January 2012 it has gathered more than 25,000 fans.
Sugolog Inc.’s motto is “Make it more SUGOI” (SUGOI means “cool” or “great” in Japanese). The middle term goal of the company is to make “contents that you would like to bookmark in your browser” by 2015. The long term goal is that, by the year 2040, the word SUGOI becomes part of the global language.