NEW YORK, Aug. 10, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Golden Star Enterprises Ltd. (OTC Pink:GSPT) will launch its consumer drone marketing campaign starting with the upcoming Seattle B2B Gift Show from August 15th to 18th 2015 at the Washington State Convention Centre. With ever increasing public knowledge and curiosity towards these technological gadgets, the drone industry is estimated to expand from its existing $7.8 billion to approximately $13 billion within the next decade, as reported by a recent Business Insiders research report.
Matt Kelly, Director of Golden Star Enterprises Ltd states, "The industry is currently at a stage where drone sale distributions are transitioning from mostly government sales to include consumer purchases as new applications for drones are being used going forward. With the acquisition of NA Drone, we have full capability to manufacture and distribute models that cater to different types of consumers."
Golden Star is expecting positive results from the B2B Gift Show with its NA Drone products' distinct focus on flight quality and user friendly software. The X-factor will stand out as one of the most affordable drones in the market place today while providing image and video quality comparable to competitors' more expensive models. Meanwhile, the Kasper's 1080p motion capturing technology and world-leading "follow me" feature will appeal greatly towards higher-end users.
About Golden Star/NA Drone
Golden Star's North American Drone is a manufacturer and distributor of drones with three different drones in their brand and they are, The X Factor (18.5x18.5x2cm), Kasper (35x35x10cm) and I-Sky (80x40x42cm). NA Drone has an exclusive co-branding, distribution agreement in place with one of the top drone makers in the world to sell co-branded drones throughout North America.
|More information about NA Drone can be found on website www.nadrone.com.|
|For further information contact: 1-888-488-6882|
|/s/ Matt Kelly|
|Matt Kelly, Director|
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Source:Golden Star Enterprises Ltd.