Spielwarenmesse’s World of Toys Pavilion returns to Kids Turkey

Kids Turkey has opened for online registration for trade buyers, the Spielwarenmesse team has confirmed.

This October will see the toy industry gather for the 11 year at Kids Turkey, the biggest trade fair for toys in the Middle East.

Exhibitors will showcase current trends and developments in toys, hobby, sports and leisure goods, as well as baby products and licensing, all under the Istanbul Expo Centre roof.

In order to make exhibiting at the fair more accessible, Spielwarenmesse is once again hosting the World of Toys Pavilion. Trade visitors can register for the event online in advance of the show.

Kids Turkey has been billed as the most important industry gathering for the country’s toy industry, as well as for the Middle East.

Ernst Kick, CO of Spielwarenmesse, said: “The trade fair brings together the key players and decision makers. It provides them with an ideal platform for sharing ideas and forging new business contacts.

“This creates a perfect backdrop for networking between industry representatives and retailers and buyers.”

Last year’s event saw 132 companies present their innovations from five countries. 87 per cent of exhibitors described their time at the fair as a success. The show attracted 7,746 visitors from 45 countries in 2017.

Further information on Kids Turkey can be found at www.kidsturkey.com/en

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