Industry Insights

iQIYI Named L.O.L. Surprise! Master Distributor, Licensee in China2020-04-02

L.O.L. Surprise! continues its global expansion with a new licensing partnership between MGA Entertainment and iQIYI, a market-leading online entertainment service in China. This partnership represents the first endeavor in China for the L.O.L. Surprise!

Ricky Zoom to Air on China CCTV Channel2020-04-02

To meet consumer demand on the heels of the new toy releases, eOne will present additional licensed merchandise in 2020 and 2021, including books, puzzles and games, arts and crafts, apparel, and accessories.

Overseas brand owners willing to make market investment in China, the world’s major consumer market of mother and infant products2020-03-27

Bloom & Grow has been an agent of overseas mother and infant products for 15 years, and during which it has served as a bridge between overseas brands and Chinese consumers. In the view of its founder, Ms. Alexandra, the mother and infant market in China

2020 Global Organic Baby Food Market - Drivers, Restraints & Opportunities2020-03-27

The Organic Baby Food market is likely to witness a stable growth rate over the forecast period driven by growing demand from emerging markets. Increasing family disposable incomes coupled with strengthening buyer power will support the Organic Baby Food

Shanghai retailing slowly returning to normal after coronavirus hit2020-03-06

Roughly a third of the 11,000 stores in Shanghai that closed for the coronavirus outbreak have opened for business.

POP MART: How the designer toy market in China is booming2020-02-21

According to Euromonitor, the total retail sales of toys and games in China soared from RMB 135.6 billion in 2013 to RMB 324.1 billion in 2018, an average annual growth rate of 19.1%. However, not all these toy consumers are children.

China is Not Alone: The Coronavirus and the Toy Industry2020-02-21

Franklin Roosevelt famously said, "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself." That was, of course, his calming words to an anxious Depression-era inauguration audience. We could use some of that advice now. Some are responding to China and the Corona