Wynne-Jones IP will be providing useful IP advice across all three days of this year’s Festival, taking place from September 7th to 9th.
“Mojo Nation has been instrumental in helping us forge a number of promising new relationships already and we’re certainly looking forward to seeing what the next event will bring,” said Ravensburger’s Benn Bramwell.
“TOMY are once again delighted to be joining in this year’s amazing Mojo Pitch event to find the best of innovation for our toys and games portfolio,” said Alpesh Patel, VP of Global Toy Design, TOMY.
“We look forward to seeing what the participants come up with and hopefully it will lead to some exciting new Gibsons products,” said Emily Charles, product development manager at Gibsons.
“Our third annual Play Creators Festival promises to be the biggest and best yet, with more opportunities for designers to pitch, network and enjoy deserved recognition than ever before,” said Billy Langsworthy, co-founder of Mojo Nation.
“I’ll be sharing two big picture trends –The Cult of Busy and Conveniently Conscious – and the impact of these on consumer behaviours in the toys and games market,” said Feeley.
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.
“As an artist and inventor of unusual objects, I’ve spent my working life trying to come up with great ideas,” said Wilcox.
“We are looking forward to participating in Mojo Pitch, as we heard great things about the inaugural year,” said Tony Serebriany, Director of Inventor Relations and International Sales at USAopoly.
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