Nick Marsh, VP of product at Lost My Name, will be presenting a talk on 'Lean Product Design' at this year's Inventors Workshop.
Lost My Name is a tech and storytelling start-up that creates personalised books for children. The firm is backed by investors such as Google Ventures and has sold over 1.7 million copies of its first book, The Little Boy/Girl Who Lost His/Her Name.
"ToyNews' Inventors Workshop brings together the very best talent from the toy industry and showcases the latest innovation for kids," said Marsh.
"Lost My Name is revolutionising personalised children’s content and we’re looking forward to meeting like-minded creative people who can redefine the art of the possible in kids' entertainment."
Marsh has a background in design and entrepreneurship with experience of hiring and leading multi-disciplinary teams of designers, software engineers, researchers and strategists to develop remarkable new products, and services, for big companies, small start-ups and his own ventures.
His talk will focus on how the storytelling firm iteratively develops its products using customer feedback.
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.
For general information on the event, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01992 515305.