Creating truly eco-friendly toys

With such a huge focus on green products at the moment, it’s easy for people to place blame on certain industries. And unfortunately, the children’s industries are an easy target. A large proportion of modern toys are created from plastic, there is often a large amount of packaging to allow try-me functions and such like,
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The early bird catches the Christmas worm

It seems like only weeks since we were sending out our first ever printed Christmas Good Toy Guide, but we’ve already finalised plans for Christmas 2019. This year’s campaign sees at least 100,000 printed Guides distributed via the Sunday Times Magazine, Good Housekeeping Magazine, in National Childbirth Trust Goody Bags, our Play Club Partners and directly to
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Doing Business the Fundamentally Children way

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 Fundamentally Children approach to Brexit

  The forward-looking bunch at Fundamentally Children have taken a pro-active approach to Brexit. They are expanding internationally (outside of Europe) to make the most of new opportunities and reduce their reliance on European and UK companies, whilst staying true to their roots and supporting their existing clients.     Dr Amanda Gummer, founder and
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