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JUNKO sees sell-out success on Amazon and online as demand ‘goes through the roof’ for eco-STEM range

JUNKO, the eco-conscious arts and crafts range that can turn waste into toys, has experienced a week of sell-out sales across Amazon and a surge in online orders across its own website; a direct impact, the company states, of its prime time appearance on ITV’s How to Spend it Well …

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Global news: Amazon India launches Made in India toy store to boost local brands and fuel ‘self-reliant India’

The online behemoth Amazon’s India division has launched a new platform designed to boost home grown emerging Indian toy brands and children’s products under its new banner, ‘Made in India toy store.’ The platform will allow sellers from 15 Indian states to showcase thousands of toys across sectors such as …

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UK ecommerce platform OnBuy reports ‘record breaking week’ of trading with 800 per cent sales increase

The online marketplace OnBuy has reported an ‘all time record breaking week’, reaching nearly 1.5 million users actively browsing the site, resulting in nearly £2.75 million in sales between November 1st and November 8th. Four years on since it first launched to the ecommerce space, OnBuy has caught the attention …

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Wow! Stuff sees sell-out success of Wow! Pods before its first TV ad spot lands

Wow! Stuff’s character brand collectable range, Wow! Pods has struck sell-out success in less than four weeks since its UK launch across Amazon and other retailers, making it the company’s ‘fastest-selling toy range to date.’ Manufactured and distributed in the UK by Wow! Stuff, the Wow! Pods range has seen …

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EU Commission formally charges Amazon with breaking online competition laws

The European Commission has formally charged the US-based tech and online behemoth, Amazon, with abusing its dominant position in online retail and breaking online competition laws in order to gain an unfair advantage over competitors. The Commission has said that Amazon had used data on third-party sellers that use its …

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Overriding the Amazon Default: How can independent toy shops survive Lockdown II?

The online-meets-physical retailing solution, Click and Collect has been the saviour of many independent toy shops over the course of the year, helping local businesses negotiate closed doors and a locked-in nation as the fight against coronavirus ensued. In the days following PM Boris Johnson’s announcement of a national lockdown …

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UK Government must act now, says BTHA as issue of online sales of unsafe toys worsens

Despite repeated warnings from the British Toy and Hobby Association, unsafe toys, which could cause serious harm to children, are still being sold via third-party sellers on online marketplaces. With the Christmas shopping season fast approaching and the full response to the Online Harms legislation expected this autumn, the organisation …

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Amazon reveals its own top toys for Christmas 2020 list

Amazon has revealed its own top toys for Christmas, joining the raft of retailers to handpick their choice of predicted best-sellers this festive season. Selected by a team of Amazon toy experts, this year’s list takes inspiration from cult TV, movies, and video game characters, alongside unboxing trends and tech-centric …

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Amazon launches Climate Pledge Friendly label to encourage sellers to create sustainable products

The online giant, Amazon, has launched a new Climate Pledge Friendly label in a move that aims to encourage its sellers to create sustainable products. The initiative has been dubbed as a major step forward in the campaign for better sustainability steps at retail. According to a report from Charged, …

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OnBuy details plans to span 140 countries by 2023 in latest globalisation move

OnBuy, the online marketplace that has set out its mission to rival Amazon and eBay, has detailed its latest plans for globalisation, aiming to scale up to span 140 countries by the year 2023. The platform will start with 40 initial sites by the end of this year, and has …

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