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The series of new partnerships will see ICTI CARE work with other national toy associations around the world to further develop, scale, and promote responsible sourcing collaborations for small and medium-sized toy companies.

In this Toy & Hobby Retailer exclusive, William McGregor IBISWorld senior industry analyst, examines the changing nature of Australian shopping centres ahead of a challenging Christmas period.

Packed schedules divorce children from the “open-ended experiences that allow them to discover themselves, their passion and their purpose”.

Retail turnover in August 2017 recorded the steepest monthly decline since March 2013.

Marketing to Mums & Kids Conference is an expertly-curated, single-stream marketing event that is designed to help brands develop innovative, relevant and effective ways to connect with families.

Hornby fuels merger rumours with new CEO appointment.

36 winners chosen by a judging panel comprising toy experts and 250 children.

UK retailer's team of experts share their picks for the most sought-after toys for Christmas 2017.

Joe Euteneuer takes the reins as CFO, Sven Gerjets named CTO, Amy Thompson named Chief People Officer (CPO) and Nancy Elder has been appointed Chief Communication Officer (CCO), effective immediately.

Following its bankruptcy filing, the retail chain has launched a marketing effort featuring more interactive experiences, a re-invigorated online hub and consumer interactions aimed at 'big kids' too.

2017 APAC Kids’ Digital Insights study finds Milo, KFC and Apple beat Lego, Disney, Barbie in brand awareness and spending among children aged 6-14 years.

Let Toy & Hobby Retailer take you on a tour of four busy days on the local retail calendar at the 2017 Retail Quarter, Reed Gift Fairs' modern twist on the traditional September fair.

The Lego Movie Sequel will explore gender similarities and differences in regards to toys, picking up at the end of the first film, the invasion of Duplo.

Funds will be used to service ongoing liquidity requirements and invest in infrastructure online and in-store to allow it to remain competitive in the market, toy makers rally in support of the embattled retailer.

UK retailer says interactive and coding toys toys, combining learning and play, are sure to top festive season wishlists this year.