- The Toy Association: Longstanding Importance of Play Soars During Pandemic by Kristin Morency Goldman
- ASTRA: Neighborhood Toy Store Day 2020: Something You Can Count On by Kimberley Mosley
- WIT: How a Black Woman Shows Up for Work (Virtually), and Why by Delanie West
- Design Edge: Video Killed the Sell Sheet Star by Matt Nuccio
- Q&A With Toy Inventor Eddy Goldfarb by Mary Couzin
- Creating Play & PPE by Victoria Sheridan
- Playing Through Puzzling Times by Victoria Sheridan
- NFLPA: Engaging the Next Generation of Football Fans Through Toys and Entertainment by Cary Grossart
- Licensing International: Nostalgia Still Plays…But in a New Way by Martin Brochstein
Marty Brochstein, SVP of Industry Relations and Information at Licensing International, examines the retro brands making a comeback as consumers flock to familiar and trusted products during the pandemic.
Cary Grossart, Business Development Manager at NFL Players Inc., explains how fans continue to engage with their favorite athletes, even as the pandemic transforms the sports industry.
TFE asked several game and puzzle manufacturers which of their products have resonated the most with consumers during this time, and why.
Mary Couzin interviews Eddy Goldfarb, inventor of more than 800 toys, and current subject of the recent documentary, Eddy’s World.
Matt Nuccio, president of Design Edge, offers tips to inventors for making effective product video pitches to toy companies.
Delanie West of Women in Toys, Licensing & Entertainment describes how her experiences with workplace bias have shaped the way she presents herself in virtual professional environments.
ASTRA’s Kimberley Mosley offers tips to specialty toy stores for organizing a successful Neighborhood Toy Store Day event this fall.
The Toy Association discusses the roles that its ‘Genius of Play’ campaign and The Toy Foundation have played during the pandemic.