Toymaster May Show welcomes trade to Harrogate

Buying group’s popular annual show opens its doors at The Majestic Hotel today.

High street toy retail has certainly been a major talking point this year, but for the members of the Toymaster buying group it affords a significant opportunity to further build on their existing presence.

Support for Toymaster from suppliers without doubt remains on a high – illustrated by the fact that this year’s show sold out its space at The Majestic Hotel, Harrogate back in January.

Over 100 suppliers will be present at the event – which runs from today (May 15) until Thursday (May 17) – with the majority of them running special offers for the independent bricks and mortar toy retailers who attend.

And while the attending retailers benefit from being able to place their orders for later in the year and network with their peers, the suppliers revel in the chance to get in front of such an important group. spoke to several key suppliers exhibiting at the show to find out just what Toymaster means to them.

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