Posted on 14th July 2020
By Billy Langsworthy
TinkerTini has detailed TinkerNext, a new arm of the company dedicated to educating and investing in the next generation of toy inventor talent.
Aimed at recent graduates and toy industry professionals interested in the inventing model, TinkerNext is a free resource and programme that will educate users on how companies evaluate inventor concepts and what it takes to succeed.
TinkerNext users will gain access to a raft of insights and opportunities, including client wishlists, special targeted challenges and a series of informative ‘TinkerToons’ centred around the world of inventing.
Those interested can sign up to TinkerNext here.
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