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Funko achieves record first quarter as net sales grow 38 per cent

Funko has seen record first quarter net sales increases across both its US and European markets, reflecting what the pop culture specialist has cited as ‘broad-based strength across geographies, products, and channels.’ Net sales grew 38 per cent to $189.2 million compared to $136.7 million in the first quarter of …

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Strong global preschool sales and outdoor toys drive Q1 success for Spin Master

Spin Master has lauded a ‘strong financial and operating performance’ in its Q1 2021 results, with product sales increases across key markets, including Europe, North America, and Rest of the World. Sales grew by 21.2 per cent in Europe and 18 per cent in North America, while the Rest of …

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Wow! Stuff readies for European growth with £4.5m funding from Independent Growth Finance

Wow! Stuff has secured a £4.5 million facility from Independent Growth Finance to help the award-winning toy innovator in its ongoing growth aspirations, particularly across the European market. As a company already working with global brands, the Wolverhampton-headquartered business has offices in LA and Hong Kong, but is now looking …

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“Transformation at Hornby accelerates” as hobby firm is on track for 20 per cent Q3 sales increase

The hobby specialist, Hornby has said it expects to see between 15 to 20 per cent higher sales in the financial year ending March 31st, stating that the “transformation at Hornby continues to accelerate.” The model train company has issued early reports that its third quarter of the financial year, …

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Spin Master praises resilience of toy industry as Q2 2020 results come in ‘stronger than expected’

Spin Master has championed the resilience of the toy industry as well as the strength of its own portfolio of brands, entertainment franchises, and toys that have enabled the global toy maker to remain optimistic, despite posting a 12.4 per cent decrease in total revenue in its Q2 2020 financial …

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Hot Wheels and Barbie still lead Mattel’s Q2 growth as pre-school sees decline

Mattel might still be losing money, but things are looking far from over for the California-based toymaker who recently painted an optimistic picture with for its multi-year turnaround plans with its latest second quarter results. Net sales increased 2 per cent to $860.1 million compared to the $840.7 million in …

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