MGA tackles counterfeiters over L.O.L Surprise! fakes
Spanish Customs recently seized and destroyed over 10,000 pieces of fake L.O.L. Surprise! product.
Norton PR backs Design Agencies category of Mojo Nation 100
“We’re passionate about the toy and game industry so we’re delighted to be involved in the first Mojo Nation 100 book,” said Tony Norton, chairman of Norton PR.
Which? outlines security concerns around connected toys
“Connected toys are becoming increasingly popular, but as our investigation shows, anyone considering buying one should apply a level of caution,” said Alex Neill, Which? MD of Home Products and Services.
Cluedo, paper airplane and Wiffle Ball enter Toy Hall of Fame
The honourees were selected from a field of 12 finalists that also included the Magic 8 Ball, Matchbox Cars, My Little Pony, PEZ Candy Dispenser, play food, Risk, sand, Transformers and Uno.
Paw Patrol and Hatchimals success drive Spin Master to record-breaking Q3
Revenue has jumped from $475m in Q3 2016 to $606.1m in Q3 2017, a new high for the firm.
Alpha backs Design Champions category of Mojo Nation 100
“Alpha Group is extremely proud to be involved with the Mojo Nation 100 project,” said Darren Lee Phillipson, Vice President of Global Product Design at Alpha.
DreamToys list of the 12 top toys for Christmas unveiled
Hasbro has three products on the list, more than anyone else, followed by Spin Master and Character Options with two each.
Wynne-Jones IP named headline sponsor of Mojo Nation 100
“Wynne-Jones IP is delighted to be headline sponsor of the inaugural Mojo Nation 100, which champions design creativity and innovation in the toy and game industries,” said Amy Kasprzyca, senior marketing executive at Wynne-Jones IP.
2018 Toy of the Year finalists revealed
“Each and every one of the TOTY finalists have brought joy, laughter, and learning to children around the world,” said Steve Pasierb, The Toy Association’s president & CEO.
Sony lets revamped Aibo off the leash
Thanks to a raft of inbuilt sensors that can detect images and sounds, Aibo will recognise and actively seek out its owners, and can detect words of praise, smiles, head and back scratches, petting, and more.