LISTEN: ToyNews talks inventors, funding and creativity on Share Radio - ToyNews

LISTEN: ToyNews talks inventors, funding and creativity on Share Radio

Editor Billy Langworthy joined Share Radio's Georgie Frost to discuss what more can be done to help toy and game inventors and what opportunities the Inventors Workshop offers them.
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The UK’s toy inventor community is under supported and underfunded and is calling on the industry and government to act, according to recent survey by ToyNews.

In the wake of the study, ToyNews editor Billy Langworthy joined Share Radio host Georgie Frost to discuss what more can be done to help toy and game inventors, what opportunities the ToyNews Inventors Workshop offers and what budding toy creators should do to break into the industry.

This year’s Inventors Workshop will be at held at Whittlebury Hall in Northampton on Tuesday, September 20th, 2016. The event is set to bring together leading inventors, distributors, retailers, investors and design students, all of whom are looking to discover new ideas, make new connections and stay at the forefront of innovation in toys. To book tickets to this year's event, click here.

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