Vicki Marler-Hausen launches Elmer Marketing

Published on: 1st May 2018

Former Bandai and Bladez Toyz marketing manager is setting up her own marketing company. 

Toy industry marketeer Vicki Marler-Hausen is delighted to announce the unveiling of her new marketing agency, Elmer Marketing, which officially launches today as a specialist support service to the toy trade.

The former Bandai and Bladez Toyz marketing manager is setting up on her own to help support toy companies with their product launches, trade show planning and media campaigns. With over 16 years’ experience in licensing and marketing, Vicki is ideally placed to guide and advise on all elements of the marketing mix. She has valuable understanding of many product categories, from nursery and pre-school to tween and retro, having worked on brands including Thomas & Friends, Tamagotchi, Hot Wheels and Monchhichi.

Vicki commented: “I feel the time is right to embark on a fresh challenge in the Industry I love and I am very excited to see how Elmer Marketing evolves over the coming months. I view myself as a trade marketing specialist who is very well connected, passionate and driven, as well as skilled at making modest budgets work really hard to deliver great results. I am looking forward to welcoming clients on board so we can work on fun projects together and really make a difference. I’m counting down the days to the Toymaster Show later this month, where I will be available if anyone would like to chat about opportunities.”

Vicki can be contacted on 07733 336971 and via email at More information can also be found on her new website


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