The Alternative Toy Fair party will return on Wednesday, January 21st, exclusively sponsored by ToyNews, Progressive Preschool and Aardvark Swift Recruitment.
2015 will be the fourth year that the event has taken place – offering an opportunity for Toy Fair exhibitors and visitors to unwind, network and enjoy a few drinks after the second day of the show.
So, put a note in your diary now for Wednesday, January 21st. The Alternative Toy Fair Party will take place in the private function room at the Hand & Flower pub, just opposite Olympia.
You can register your interest in attending by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets – and free drinks vouchers – can then be collected from the Aardvark Swift stand at Toy Fair.
"We are really pleased to once again be co-hosting The Alternative Toy Fair Party with Progressive Preschool and Aardvark Swift," said Samantha Loveday, editor of ToyNews. "Over the past few of years the event has acted as a successful platform for those visiting and exhibiting to unwind, chat with colleagues and peers and meet new contacts in a relaxed environment. No entry requirements, all are welcome."
“The Toy Fair drinks event has been enjoyed by the trade for a few years now, and it’s a pleasure for us to be able to supply our clients and friends with a well deserved drink after a hard day on the show floor." said Rob Willis, publisher of Progressive Preschool Magazine. "We are pleased to be able to work with ToyNews and Aardvark Swift to offer a really comfortable environment for people to meet, unwind and have a chat with their industry counterparts."
Ian Goodall, MD of Aardvark Swift, added: “Aardvark Swift is delighted to be co-hosting this event again. The response last year from the industry was fantastic. After a hard day at the show, it was great to get a group of industry professionals together in a relaxed environment for a few drinks and a chat. This year’s event will be bigger and better, but will still retain the laid back feel that we all want. Come and join us for a drink… or two.”