HTI opens dedicated pocket money toy showroom in Hong Kong

HTI has opened the doors of a new Hong Kong showroom, dedicated to the firm’s extensive pocket money toys offering.

The new 150 square meter showroom marks the second in the territory and will showcase HTI’s entire pocket money toys portfolio while providing the company with a first dedicated showroom in Hong Kong for FOB and domestic orders.

600 product lines covering novelty impulse toys, pre-school, girls, boys, outdoor, die-cast vehicles, bubbles, games, music, role-play, dress-up, dolls and wooden toys will all be on display within the new premises.

In addition to own in-house brands, HTI also provides pocket money and bubbles toy ranges with some of the leading licensed brands in the toy market including My Little Pony, Transformers, Cars, Disney Princess, Frozen, Peppa Pig, Paw Patrol and more.

“As a major manufacturer and supplier to retailers, distributors and wholesalers for the UK and international markets, we are delighted to open our new pocket money showroom in Hong Kong for the convenience of our customers all year round,” said HTI’s divisional director, Michael Butterworth.

“This will allow us to showcase our impressive and extensive portfolio of licensed and own in-house brands to buyers from across the world at key buying periods.

“We look forward to welcoming customers, both existing and new, to the new showroom which will be opening in January for customer previews.”

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