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ToyNews launches the Toy Inventors Bulletin

New weekly newsletter to roll out next month aimed at the UK toy and game inventor community.
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ToyNews is to launch a new weekly newsletter aimed at the toy and game inventor community in the UK next month.

The latest initiative follows on from the success of the inaugural Toy & Game Inventors Workshop, which was held in September and will return in 2015.

The Bulletin will be aimed at the toy and game inventor community, providing news, analysis and profiles relevant specifically to this exciting sector of the industry.

"The launch of the Bulletin is a natural extension to our successful Inventors Workshop event," said Lisa Carter, publisher of ToyNews. "It means we are further supporting this vital part of the industry, which – as we saw from our event – is vibrant, enthusiastic and innovative, and deserves all the support possible.

"Nothing like this currently exists in the UK, so this is a truly exciting development for us."

Further details on the newsletter will be revealed shortly, but if you are interested in getting involved please contact Lisa Carter on lcarter@nbmedia.com.

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