Seven Towns is celebrating its 50th year specialising in toy and game inventing and while today’s landscape is very different, the objective is still the same: constantly seeking new ideas.
A toy designer and manufacturer since 1990, Fiesta Crafts is dedicated to making toys that help children develop their creative, imaginative, communication and language skills.
Mondo, a firm specialising in creating limited edition posters, toys, apparel, VHS re-issues and vinyls, has developed its first ever board game.
With numerous award-winning products to her name, Big Ideas co-founder Ruth Elliott shares some thoughts on the creative process.
Back in February 2016, news broke that TOMY was set to enter the world of ‘connected toys’ via a partnership with PlayFusion, a firm co-founded by Mark Gerhard, the former boss of British video game studio Jagex.
The first 2017 LEGO Ideas Review qualifying period has ended, with 11 projects now in contention to hit shelves.
Kickstarter has launched its Creators-in-Residence Programme, a new pilot scheme that aims to support Kickstarter alumni as they go on to develop their projects.
Since Kickstarter launched on April 28th, 2009, 13 million people have backed a project on the crowdfunding site, with over 127,000 projects successfully funded.
Vivid’s entire R&D team is taking part in a Tough Mudder challenge to raise money for The Toy Trust.
Anki has teamed up with Universal to launch a Fast & Furious edition of its Anki Overdrive robotic battle-racing game.