Meine-Spielzeugkiste 1 | Updates

By Fabienne Nickles

Spielzeugkiste News


Dear Companists,

We have news for you! Let us show you the world's best job: toy tester at Meine Spielzeugkiste. By means of a video, we are searching for children who will unpack and test brand new toys at our office once a month. The little ones will then talk about their impressions in weekly YouTube videos.

Applying as a toy tester is very easy: The kids simply have to send us a video in which they present their favorite toy. The best videos will then be uploaded to Facebook and YouTube. To make sure that all the other nice ideas and the hard work on the other videos will not be forgotten, we will make a best-of video of the most beautiful moments.

You can apply here:


Florian Spathelf Live on RTL „Guten Morgen Deutschland“

While we were recording the video, a team of RTL (a major German TV station) visited us. They also recorded a few scenes in our office. The whole feature was broadcast on the show "Guten Morgen Deutschland" (Good Morning Germany) yesterday morning. Moreover, Florian Spathelf was a guest in the TV studio and talked about the idea behind the project among other things.

Those of you who missed the feature at 6 a.m. may watch it again here (Meine-Spielzeugkiste appears at roughly 13:00):

Best regards,



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