“Toy Fair is the best place to do business”

As Toy Fair 2020 opens its doors today (January 21), we catch up with some exhibitors to find out what they have planned.

For many exhibitors, Toy Fair – once again held at London’s Olympia from January 21-23 – will be the first chance of 2020 to showcase their new ranges, catch up with peers and generally kick start the New Year.

Companies with product in the preschool space will have a heavyweight presence on the showfloor, many using the event to unveil new signings, innovation in product development and catch up with retailer accounts, both big and small.

One major trend on the showfloor this year is likely to be sustainability, with many companies that PreschoolNews.net spoke to saying it was a subject which was certainly high on their agendas.

To read the full feature – and to find out what VTech, Keel Toys, Ravensburger, Bigjigs, Little Concepts, Posh Paws, TOMY, Fiesta Crafts, Smart Toys & Games and EPOCH making toys had to say about Toy Fair – simply click here.

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