Genie’s Casey Norman on pitching, Polly Pocket and why perseverance doesn’t always pay off

We sit down with Casey Norman to talk creativity, ideation and his most underrated invention…

Robert Best – VP of Barbie Product Design at Mattel – on working with inventors and keeping the brand fresh

Mattel’s Robert Best on the advice he’d give inventors looking to create concepts for Barbie.

Designer Kasper Lapp on creating a bluffing game for bad liars in That’s Not a Hat

Kasper Lapp gives us the stories behind three of his recent party games: That’s Not a Hat, Fun Facts and Speak Easy.

Next month’s bio!TOY conference to put the spotlight on sustainability

The focus of this year’s event will be on how the change away from fossil towards circular renewable raw materials can succeed strategically and practically.

Products of Change launches Circular Packaging Design Course

“This course is for all those involved with packaging, whether or not you are well-versed in the intricacies of the industry,” said course leader Mike Swain.

Serial toy and game inventor Martin Goldfarb discusses products, process and perseverance

Martin Goldfarb – Vice-President at Eddy & Martin Goldfarb and Associates – gives his best advice.

Eco-friendly Little Changers “marks a significant shift in the way we make toys,” says IMC

“It has taken a lot of time and effort to source the right renewable materials in order for us to be able to ensure the quality remained high in line with our wider portfolio,” said Kerry Tarrant, UK Marketing Manager for IMC Toys.

Tom Vasel, Tim Walsh and Phil Orbanes to appear at 36th annual AGPI Convention

The Association for Games and Puzzles International has detailed its speaker line up for 2023.

Asmodee expands Dobble line-up with Dobble Connect

Dobble Connect sees players race to be the fastest team to connect four cards of their colour in a row.

Book of Beasties launches ‘Home Edition’ of its mental wellness card game

“The game has worked really well in the professional environment and now we’re delighted that it can also be played at home,” said Book of Beasties co-founder Phil Tottman.

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