Jumbo Games to make waves with new Finding Dory range

Jumbo Games has debuted its new licensed range of Finding Dory puzzles and games.

Available at the end of this month, the new range will include eight new puzzles and games including 4-in-1 Shaped Bath Puzzles and a Bath Memo Game.

The line also features the 4-in-1 Shaped, 4-in-1 Bumper and traditional 4-in-1 Puzzle Sets as well as an Assortment, Giant Floor Puzzle and 100XL Puzzle.

“We are excited to finally be able to publically announce our extensive new range of Finding Dory products," said Stewart Middleton, managing director at Jumbo Games.

"The line has been specially designed to appeal to children of all ages and give retailers the strongest selection possible, we are certain they will drive sales this summer.”

The use of emojis in marketing messages sent by brands via email and mobile has increased 777% since the start of 2015, according to a recent report from Appboy.

The report was based on an analysis of 9,359 marketing campaigns from Appboy clients. The researchers examined the use of emojis in iOS push messages, Android push messages, and emails.

Emoji use by brands has continued to rise rapidly in the first few months of 2016, the analysis found.

The inclusion of emojis in marketing messages has grown by 20%, on average, month-over-month so far this year.

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During Q4 2015, L2 Think Tank analyzed more than 1 million social posts and nearly 2 billion interactions from 879 brands worldwide. Snapchat analysis was conducted during Q1 2016.

When it comes to Instagram adoption, almost every industry sector, with the exception of beverages and consumer electronics, is almost full penetrated. For example, 100% of auto brands examined by L2 Think Thank have adopted Instagram, and other industries such as fashion, beauty, watches and jewelry and travel, are almost fully saturated.

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Instagram adoption, among brands examined by L2 Think Tank, is nearly ubiquitous across industries. Snapchat, on the other hand, is a different story. Brands are more hesitant to adopt the social messaging app. – See more at:

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