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Visitor registration opens for Toy Fair 2019

Popular event returns to London’s Olympia from Tuesday January 22 to Thursday January 24, 2019.

Visitor registration for Toy Fair 2019 is now open.

The popular show will once again take place at London’s Olympia, running from Tuesday January 22 to Thursday January 24.

Covering a total of 22,000m² floor space, the show hosts more than 250 exhibiting companies that are set to launch thousands of new toy lines. Visitors and attending press will be among the first to experience these new toys, while also being given the chance to discover new start-up brands and hidden gems from around the world.

“Toy Fair is an unmissable event for us,” said a representative from Tesco’s toy buying unit. “It’s amazing to see how much toys can develop between previews and the event, so there’s always plenty to be excited about.”

Confirmed exhibitors from the preschool world so far include VTech, Golden Bear, Orchard Toys, Eduk8 Worldwide and Melissa & Doug among others.

“Toy Fair 2019 is the perfect event for exhibitors to show visitors the incredible passion and inspiration of the UK toy industry,” said Majen Immink, director of fairs and special events. “Every year we are delighted to see so many returning exhibitors, but also to see so many brand new stands revealing products at their first ever show.”

Simply click here to register.

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