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Maurice Wheeler
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Maurice Wheeler

Technology London, GB
Maurice Wheeler is partner at The Little Big Partnership Over his 15 years of working in the marketing arena Maurice has helped many clients including Nickelodeon, Disney, Microsoft, Tesco, Universal Music, Procter and Gamble and Lego. Maurice has been asked to speak at conferences such as The Children's Media Conference, Cartoon Forum, TEDx and MIP Junior, and has written for publications such as Campaign, Marketing Week, and MCV. As he always has an opinion to share and a story to tell, he is continually on the look out for new opportunities to speak at conferences. You will mostly find him reading research papers, preparing presentations, running or playing with his two boys.

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Kids & family consultant
Qualifications:
  • 15 years experience in developing solutions for the kids entertainment and media industry
Working for:
The Little Big Partnership ( www.thelittlebigpartnership.com )

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14May
Which current tech will be obsolete in 10 years?

How do you get in your house if you've lost your keys at the moment, it sure isn't via a key cutting shop ;o)

13May
What are the geographic differences in kids pocket money?

Thanks James!

13May
Which current tech will be obsolete in 10 years?

I think any standalone gaming device will be gone, there will be no Xbox or PlayStation or even DS. There will just be screens and all screens will ...

13May
What are the geographic differences in kids pocket money?

Hey James, love Roosterbank, I don't suppose you have any data on US pocket money do you?

13May

Interesting question, at [Roosterbank](http://www.roosterbank.com) (UK based) we have found from our [Pocket Money ...

07May

I'll start! My kids (11, 10 and 5) all get a flat amount of £3 per week paid to their PKTMNY cards. They have do a few chores for this and I'll then ...

03May

What are the geographic differences in kids pocket money?

01May
Can video games teach history?

Any form of entertainment can teach any topic, I for one base most of my knowledge of the Romans on Asterix books, most of my knowledge of Queen ...

01May
Why doesn't my child want to play video games with me?

It's a tough one but one thing I find with my boys is that can be intimidated by how good you are (or how good they think you might be). I think boys ...

30Apr
What did you used to believe as a child that you no longer believe?

I was told if the ice cream van's tune was playing it meant they had run out of ice cream and there was no point trying to buy some...

29Apr
Will our kids need to be creative adults?

Yes, they will need to be more creative than ever. We are moving into an age where the logical and rational can be computed through better and more ...

26Apr
How long until lies are extinct?

Lies will never be extinct but the sort of lies people tell will change. You tell lies because the truth isn't what you need it to be, whether that ...

26Apr
What is the best xbox game for 10 year olds?

As Holly says Minecraft is good, I would also recommend the Lego star wars and Lego Indiana jones games (actually, all of the Lego games are ...

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