Consultant gives juvenile industry suggestions for developing creativity

Linville, Jeff
July 2005
Home Textiles Today;7/11/2005 Kids Today Supplement, p21
Trade Publication
Provides tips on how retailers and manufacturers can improve their sales to children with creative brainstorming. Design of fun and relaxed atmosphere in retail stores; Suggestion of the acronym M.Y.R.A.T.P.I.E. acronym for enhancing creativity; Interest of kids in imitating adult activities.


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