Toy & Game Inventors Workshop welcomes Casdon to line-up

Firm becomes seventh supplier to pledge support for September event.
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Casdon has been welcomed to the event sponsors line-up for September's Toy & Games Inventors Workshop.

The firm - which has a 65-year history in the toy market, with ranges include Little Helper, Little Cook and Little Shopper among others - joins Asobi, Cartamundi, Hasbro, GP Flair, John Adams and Sambro at the event.

All of the companies will be inviting delegates to pitch their invention ideas to them, as well as being on hand to offer advice and guidance.

In addition, Fundamentally Children, the new home of the Good Toy Guide is an associate sponsor of the event.

Further sponsors will be announced in the coming weeks.

"We do get approaches from inventors/designers during trade fairs, and it isn’t always convenient to give them the time they need," explained Paul Cassidy, Casdon chairman. "This is a dedicated venue for them, so I’ll give it a try. I believe individuals in business should place themselves in situations where positive things could happen to them."

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.

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For enquiries about sponsorship, please contact or call her on 01992 535647.


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