Funko Grows to $20M
Published: 11/16/2012 01:02am
Licensed toy company Funko will sell $20 million worth of bobbleheads, plush, and vinyl figures this year, according to The Daily Herald. That’s double the sales Funko generated just two years ago (see "“Funko to Hit $10M this Year").
Staff has grown from three to 29 employees, and the company has moved to a 62,000 square foot facility, according to the report.
Licenses include The Walking Dead, The Lord of the Rings, Simpson’s, Family Guy, Star Wars, The Big Bang Theory, South Park, Disney, and upcoming movies Iron Man 3, Monsters University, and Man of Steel.
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