Shopkins maker joins billionaire’s club  

"A 68-year-old Australian toymaker, who was conceived in a displaced person camp, has joined the Forbes extremely rich people list because of the Shopkins toys he transformed into a worldwide wonder.

Manny Stul, who was conveyed to Australia after the second world war by his Polish guardians, made his fortune in the wake of taking control of a battling Moose Toys almost two decades prior.

Since they were propelled in 2014, the organization's vivid and collectible Shopkins toys – which are essentially little models of general store items with charming countenances and embellishments – have demonstrated a gigantic hit with kids between the times of around five and 10.

More than 65m Shopkins have been sold worldwide and the organization is an uncommon Australian example of overcoming adversity in the globalized toy advertise with the items sent to more than 80 nations.

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The Australian toymaker behind the Shopkins craze has cracked the Forbes list of world billionaires.
Manny Stul made his debut on the prestigious list with an estimated fortune of $US1.4 billion, putting him 1,467 spots below Microsoft founder Bill Gates who claimed the title of the world's richest person for the fourth consecutive year with $US86 billion to his name.

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