Fundamentally Children – Q3 2019 highlights

Wow! What a fantastic week we had to close off another great period in Q3. The sales and marketing team headed to ExCel for Brand Licensing Europe, Amanda jetted to the US for the Dallas Toy Fair and Women in Toys Empowerment Day, Anna took a trip to the International Play Iceland UK seminar, and
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Fundamentally Children – Q2 2019 highlights

Our robust start to the year here at Fundamentally Children has continued throughout the second quarter and we’ve had some exciting new partnerships to announce, successful events, and lots more opportunities for our clients to share the limelight and highlight their Good Toys and great businesses and brands.   Toys on Tour Most recently, we
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Fundamentally Children – Q1 2019 highlights

It’s been a fabulous start to the year here at Fundamentally Children, with lots of new deals and partnerships which both add value to our existing services, and create opportunities for us to support your businesses in new ways. We’re really excited to get started with these projects with existing clients and new!   It’s
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Making the most of experiential marketing opportunities

In an increasingly digital world, the benefits of experiential marketing are huge – getting your products into the hands of your target audience is a great way to generate a buzz. But experiences are expensive so how can you make sure you’re maximising your ROI? The team at Fundamentally Children has delivered a range of
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I don’t do Market Research because…

  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 of
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