Click Distribution partners with Zodiak Rights

Published on: 16th January 2014

Click Distribution has announced a partnership with Zodiak Rights on Mister Maker that will see the launch of the firm’s first licensed product, the Mister Maker: Make It In A Minute Board Game in the UK.MrMaker300

This collaboration will expand Click’s operations in the UK as it marks the firm’s first venture into developing and manufacturing its own product. Mister Maker: Make It In A Minute Board Game, which is currently in development, will be a stimulating toy that takes the popular ‘Minute Make’ concept from the CBeebies TV show and adapts it into a board game.

Mark Hillier, managing director of Click Distribution UK, said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to be launching our very own licensed product into the UK market this year which will mark an exciting new chapter in the business. Securing the support of Mister Maker during London Toy Fair is a ringing endorsement for the product and gets us off to a great start.”

In addition to launching the Mister Maker board game at London Toy Fair, Mister Maker will also introduce the gathered masses to Giromax’s new toy range Mister Maker’s Clay Buddies, which will be distributed by Click in the UK. Due to launch at retail in Spring 2014, the product will be available in four different skus, with prices ranging from pocket money purchase 99p to gift sets at £14.99.

Commenting on Mister Maker Clay Buddies, Mark Hillier added: “Following the tremendous success of the previous Clay Buddies releases, we’re delighted to be adding a new licence to the Clay Buddies portfolio. The concept of Mister Maker perfectly encapsulates the creative fun that can be enjoyed with this toy and we have every confidence that it will be a big hit with parents and fans of the show.”

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