BOTI (Big on Toy Innovation) on board with Toy & Games Inventors Workshop as associate sponsor

"We welcome an event that brings inventors and manufacturers together in our ambition to bring our kids the most exciting toys."
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BOTI (Big on Toy Innovation) has confirmed its status as associate sponsor of next month's Toy & Game Inventors Workshop.

The firm - which has an office in Hong Kong, as well as its European subsidiary in The Netherlands - joins Fundamentally Children as an associate sponsor of the day.

Event sponsors confirmed so far are Asobi, Cartamundi, Hasbro, GP Flair, John Adams, Sambro and Casdon, with more annoucements to come.

Sir Torquil Norman - the inventor of the Big Yellow Teapot and founder of Bluebird Toys - will also be speaking at the event as part of the morning conference programme.

"BOTI (Big on Toy Innovation) is very proud to be an associate sponsor of this great event," said Nico Blauw from Big on Toy Innovation.

"Working with the inventor community on a daily basis, BOTI recognises the great impact inventors bring our industry and can only welcome an event that brings inventors and manufacturers together in our ambition to bring our kids the most exciting toys."

The Toy & Game Inventors Workshop takes place on Monday, September 22nd at Rich Mix, Bethnal Green Road, London. Delegate tickets are priced at just £99 and they can be directly booked by clicking here.

For further details, simply click on this link to visit the microsite.

For enquiries about sponsorship, please contact Jodie.Holdway@intentmedia.co.uk or call her on 01992 535647.

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