The Mojo Nation 100 is a listing of the most influential figures currently working in the world of toy and game design who have excelled over the last 12 months.
“We wanted to help the industry create a Code of Conduct that makes the issue fairer and more transparent, and thereby brings good to the industry as a whole,” said Wynne-Jones IP’s Victor Caddy.
Making Things’ Fi Murray, Triclops Studios’ Rob Ames and Worlds Apart’s James Austin-Smith will look to convince creative consultant Deej Johnson that their pet hate deserves to go into Room 101.
We asked the toy and game design community for their thoughts on the issue of copycats (products that attempt to convince the consumer it’s a cheaper version of an existing popular product) and how retailers support them.
“We are delighted to be partnering with Mojo Nation on their first ever Awards, which champion the industry’s leading products, individuals and companies,” said Wynne-Jones IP’s Jayne Nation.
“Wynne-Jones IP is delighted to be once again supporting the Mojo Nation 100, which champions design creativity and innovation in the toy and game industries,” said Victor Caddy, trade mark attorney and partner at Wynne-Jones IP.
You only have until Friday, August 31st to book tickets to next month’s Toy and Game Design Conference, sponsored by Hasbro, Alpha Group and Wynne-Jones IP.
Mojo Nation is bringing London’s best (and most raucous) music quiz to the toy and game design community on Wednesday, June 13th.
With Brexit set to have an enormous effect on IP protection, Wynne-Jones IP’s Victor Caddy explains how inventors in this industry can best protect their concepts, their brands and their product’s future.
Matthew Veale, Senior Trainee Patent Attorney at Wynne-Jones IP covers what Open Innovation is and what it means for you and your intellectual property rights.
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