The deadline to nominate is Monday, December 6th.
If you’re working in the toy and game industry, you can nominate yourself, a colleague or anyone else that you think deserves to make 2022’s Mojo Nation 100.
We caught up with Jared Wade, SVP of Design & Development at Hasbro, to learn more about his start in the industry and why inventors remain as important as ever to the company.
Products of Change’s Helena Mansell-Stopher looks back at how the events of 2020 put a spotlight on sustainability… And why she believes 2021 will be the year of fruitful collaboration and positive change when it comes to issues around eco-friendliness and toys.
Kimberly Carcone, Vice President of Market Events at The Toy Association, looks at how the organisation transformed their suite of events in the wake of the pandemic, and what inventors can engage with – both in person and digitally – throughout 2021 and beyond.
Phalgun Polepalli, Director at DICE Toy Labs, spells out what needs to happen for the Indian board game market to soar, and why international publishers – both tabletop and mass market – should look to license their next hit from India’s growing community of inventors
Negotiating license agreements is a skill that can be learned. And while people tend to make negotiating licenses complicated, industry legends Richard C. Levy and Ronald O. Weingartner insist that it isn’t…
Spin Master’s Tal Schrieber – head of the firm’s acclaimed Toy Invention Program – looks at why it’s never been more important to get students engaged and interested in toy invention
The Mojo Nation 100 – in association with Hasbro – is a listing of the most influential figures currently working in the world of toy and game design who have excelled over the last 12 months.
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