“London Toy Fair is one of the most dynamic shows”

With Toy Fair 2019 kicking off today (January 22), we catch up with some exhibitors to find out what they have planned.

It’s the first show of the year on UK soil, and for many toy companies there’s nowhere better to showcase new lines, meet buyers, network and share knowledge with peers and generally kickstart the New Year than Toy Fair at London’s Olympia.

With exhibition space selling out back in October – three months before Toy Fair opens – there’s certainly going to be plenty for visitors to get their teeth into. And companies in the preschool space are chomping at the bit to show off their wares.

“London Toy Fair is one of the most dynamic toy shows we attend,” says Marie Bureau, marketing and product development manager at Le Toy Van. “It is the opening show in the season for us and we love meeting up with customers and our industry friends.”

To read the full feature – and find out what 8th Wonder, Posh Paws, Flair, Character Options, Jumbo Games, Green Board Games, Hippychick, Golden Bear, Alpha Toys & Animation and Rainbow Designs had to say about Toy Fair – simply click on this link.

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