Our 6th WIT Empowerment Day is in the books! Feedback is still coming in from mentors and mentees alike, and we couldn’t be happier to hear from so many about what a powerfully enriching day it was. With 25 simultaneous one-on-one mentor sessions with industry...

Guest Post: Mary Couzin is Founder and President of Chicago Toy & Game Group, and hosts a series of events each November celebrating play and innovation. Mary was honored with the inaugural Elise Lachowyn Mentorship Award at the 2017 Wonder Women Awards Gala and in...

  Natalie Rebot is the inventor and founder of Moonlight World, Inc., and the creator of the Moonlight Storybook Projector, a product that turns any mobile device into a magical storytime experience. We were inspired by Natalie as she shared her story as our keynote speaker...

While toy manufacturing companies are comparatively fun places to work, in fact, there are still processes in place.  Decisions about what, when and how to license an external product concept are not made haphazardly! ...

On your entrepreneurial journey there comes a moment - many moments in fact - when we’re asked “so what’s your idea?” Your heart stops. You start to think: Who is this person, really? Can they be trusted? Who’s listening at the table next to us?...

With more women playing and designing games, how are they reshaping the game industry and what does it mean for the future? Women in Toys, Licensing & Entertainment (WIT) presents its first-ever panel at Gen Con on Saturday, August 4, 2018, a fascinating exploration...

If you thought one WIT was powerful, just wait til’ you see what two can do! Yes, that’s right, there’s another WIT – the Women In Trucking Association, Inc. – on the road and together we’re helping put more girls in the driver’s seat than...