Read the Jan/Feb issue of ToyNews online and in print now

The January/February issue of ToyNews has landed in time for the London Toy Fair and is available to read on your laptop, iPad or smart device here.

Exclusive news, big interviews and important, industry-leading features make up this year’s Jan/Feb edition of ToyNews.

We kick off proceedings with an in-depth chat with Mind Candy’s CEO Ian Chambers about the long awaited return of Moshi Monsters and what makes Flair its perfect toy partner. 

We go behind the scenes at Zimpli Kids to find out what six billion YouTube hits really means for the UK’s slime specialists, take a trip to the Nordics to uncover the newest developments in bringing sustainability into the toy space, before celebrating 100 years of Gibsons with Kate Gibson and the team.

Meanwhile, ToyNews shines a spotlight on the up and coming industry executives shaping the toy business of the future in our annual 30 under 30 feature, explore the retelling of retail’s story and dive into the world of media planning with Generation Media.

In our Licensing section of the magazine, we take a look at the biggest IP to be hitting the toy shelves for 2019 in our run of exclusive interviews before exploring the wonderful world of children’s books.

From here, we take you on a tour on the company’s you just have to visit across this year’s toy fair season, whether you are in London or Nuremberg or making your way over to the NEC for Spring Fair in February.

There’s all this and more in this year’s January/February issue of ToyNews.

About Robert Hutchins

Robert Hutchins is the editor of and ToyNews. Hutchins has worked his way up from Staff Writer to the position of Editor across the two titles, having spent almost eight years with both ToyNews and, and what now seems like a lifetime surrounded by toys. You can contact him by emailing or calling him on 0203 143 8780 You can even follow him on Twitter @RobGHutchins if ranting is your thing...

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