Joel Silverman, CEO at KidsKnowBest, details the firm’s new Growing Pains Accelerator, an initiative designed to help inventors, designers and start-ups with mentoring, collaboration and practical services worth at least £150,000.
USAopoly’s Tony Serebriany on virtual pitches, loving London – and three things inventors should keep in mind…
We speak with Tony Serebriany about virtual pitches, loving London – and three things all inventors should keep in mind…
Triclops Studio founders Rob Ames and Luc Hudson talk lockdown, sizzles and the art of the online pitch
Former Hasbro designers Rob Ames and Luc Hudson are the straight-talking, mind-boggling founders of UK agency Triclops. Here they talk about sizzles, life in lockdown… And pitching online!
WATCH: Mojo Nation’s Billy Langsworthy talks best practices for new inventors with University Games’ Bob Moog
At this year’s New York Toy Fair, University Games president Bob Moog sat down for a chat with Mojo Nation’s own Billy Langsworthy as part of the firm’s UG Studios video series.
Product developer Emily Charles on working for Gibsons, Nora the dog and the one thing inventors must have
We caught up with Emily to learn more about what her role at Gibsons entails and what inventors need to know about pitching concepts to the firm.
Aardman’s Cracking Ideas competition tasks young inventors to design something to ‘make life better’
“We can’t wait for young people all over the UK to get creative, designing their out-of-this-world inventions,” said Merlin Crossingham, creative director for Aardman.
Kate Gibson on how Gibsons’ relationship with the inventor community has evolved over the firm’s 100-year history
We caught up with Gibsons MD, Kate Gibson, to find out more about the history of the company, and how the firm’s relationship with the inventor community has blossomed over the years.