Meet the team – Peter Wraight

It’s over to our sales team for the next meet the team instalment. Peter Wraight is one of our account managers. Peter joined the team at the end of last year and has become a key part of the industry already.

Over to Peter…



1 – Could you tell us a bit about your background before you joined Fundamentally Children?

Before joining Fundamentally Children, I was a tennis coach for the past eight years. A pretty big change for me, but I’m loving my new role.


2 – Could you tell us a bit about your current role?

In my role, I am responsible for managing our current clients and generating new ones. It’s been great to meet so many innovative, forward-thinking companies and help them to achieve their business goals with our services.


3 – What’s the best thing about working in the children’s industries?

Keeping up to date with all the latest toys is great. I have two small children, so I’m going to be the coolest dad as they grow up and I know all about the latest toys to hit the market.


4 – And the Worst?

Nothing yet!


5 – Describe working for Fundamentally Children in three words.

Toys, Toys, Toys


6 – What’s your favourite industry event and why?

So far my favourite event has been the Toymaster Show in Harrogate. It had a really nice, personal atmosphere, and although it is one of the smaller shows, there are still some really big players there too. It’s nice to see such a wide range of companies coming together.


7 – If you didn’t work in your current role, what would you like to be doing and why?

I would love to be a professional golfer, travelling the world playing golf. Who wouldn’t? Although my wife may have something to say about that!


8 – What’s your all-time favourite children’s toy or app?

Scalextric – I loved it as a child and its fabulous play value is demonstrated through its impressive longevity. It’s still as much of a brilliant toy today as it was 30 years ago.


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