Toy sales in February continued to grow, up seven per cent in value for the month.
As part of our focus on the boys market, BrandTrends' Philippe Guinaudeau and NPD analyse the market stats
Team honoured at GP’s Milan headquarters.
Outdoor and sports toys is the second largest supercategory within traditional toys by value.
2010 was a growth year for the toy market, with value up nine per cent for the full year.
Latest figures from NPD show the US market achieving a slight increase in sales in 2010.
Britain becomes the fastest growing of the EU’s top-five markets
BTHA chairman reveals strong 2010 figures as industry bounces back from recession.
Hit's evergreen brand is named as number one pre-school property for 11th consecutive year.
Toy market for year-to-date now exceeds pre-recession sales
Sales for the nine weeks to December 4th 2010, account for increase of five per cent year-on-year.
The latest data from NPD says 2010 will be the strongest year for toy sales since 2002.
Firm upgrades its toy point of sale retail panel, adding five new retailers.
British market shows continued strength ahead of the Christmas season
ToyNews and NPD have further extended their partnership with a new deal, providing readers with even more free market data.
New report on the market shows that the big five European countries reached €1.3bn at retail.
New stats from NPD show the European market ahead of the US in the first half of the year, with the UK leading the way.
Q1 2010 was strong for the traditional toy market, but sales have since slowed.
The traditional toy market has exhibited growth for the third month in a row.
Sales of World Cup stickers and related items have driven recent growth in toys according to NPD.