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Fundamentally Children isn’t like other businesses. Operating out of founder Amanda Gummer’s converted garage for the first few years (much like all the best start ups), and with only limited friends and family investment to build the company, and with Amanda needing to balance parenthood and work, Fundamentally Children has never followed a conventional business
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The best gifts for 8-year-olds help them engage in elaborate fantasy play … and, hopefully, bury their noses in good books.
Women in Toys is a non-profit organisation, and the leading global networking community for professional women working in the toy, licensing and entertainment industries. The collaborative community champions professional growth for women through leadership, networking and educational opportunities. Fundamentally Children is a keen supporter of Women in Toys. Amanda working as co-Chair shows how
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The Original Version of this ARTICLE was first published on MojoNation As nominations are open for the 2019 edition of the Mojo Nation 100 – a listing of 100 figures in toy and game design that have had a great year – we’re speaking with some of those who made it into the book
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In a new series of articles, ‘Meet the Associate’, we will be talking in more depth with each member of the Fundamentally Children Associates Network. Our inaugural article is with Trudi Bishop, Director of Bee Licensing. You can find out more about the Associates Network here. Over to Trudi… Could you
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When looking for Media and PR Support, look no further! Our expert voice and independent research facilities make us the perfect partner for PR campaigns in the children and family space.
With the Summer Holidays now over, a new debate as to whether the break should be cut is gaining momentum, with some areas trialling spreading it out over the year.
By Anna Taylor Last month I went along to the Children’s Media Conference and you can read up on the highlights and exciting proposals for what’s next for the industry here: Part 1 – self-regulation and Part 2 – opportunities. But today I want to talk about a comment a director made at one
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Part 2: Inclusive, Creative & Interactive Media The way consumers access media has evolved enormously and with it, children’s expectations have changed dramatically too. Children are now much more in control of the media they access, playing and watching with more freedom than ever before. We’ve already looked at the challenges this raises in
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Dr Amanda Gummer explains why it may be best to wait for children to lead the discussion surrounding gender than teaching it in schools