Sarah Reast, director at the wooden model kit firm Timberkits, delves into the, often frustrating, world of eco-friendly packaging.
The party hosted a music quiz that saw the Toy World team emerge top of the tree.
“Our experience at last year’s Mojo Pitch was very satisfying, thanks to great organisation and a very good conversion rate in terms of concepts reviewed and agreed upon,” said Entertoyment director Josep Pastor.
Toy and Game Design Conference to put eco-friendly design under the microscope in ‘Is Sustainable Attainable?’ session
Issues of eco-friendly design, ethical manufacturing and social sustainability will go under the microscope with Kids Industries’ Gary Pope, Ethical Toy Program’s Carmel Giblin, The Marketing Store’s Ben Poate and design consultant Erin Deighton.
Elsewhere, Carpe Diem, Detective and Wingspan will battle it out for the Kennerspiel des Jahres
In ‘Don’t Forget the Past!’, Cartlidge will be looking at how past trends and items are often a source of inspiration to him and his team.
Little Inventors’ Dominic Wilcox to discuss ‘The Search for Ideas’ at Toy and Game Design Conference 2019
“As an artist and inventor of unusual objects, I’ve spent my working life trying to come up with great ideas,” said Wilcox.
We caught up Faßbender to learn more about where the idea came from, and what the future holds for the Tonies brand.
“This year’s Harry Potter Invisibility Cloak epitomises our company’s focus on creating ground-breaking, blockbuster selling products,” said Dr. Jim Wyatt, Director of Inventor Relations at Wow! Stuff.
From Othello to Nerf Ping Pong, Fireball Island to Timber Tots, Patti and Jonathan Becker on the million-dollar question: How do you know a great product when you see one?
We caught up with Patti to learn more about the origins of Anjar and Becker Associates, get the low-down on some of their recent success stories and find out exactly when they know they’ve discovered something special.