Stand out next year and get involved in the ToyNews 2021 Showcase special issue

Toy Fair season may not be taking on its usual form next year, with the traditional roster of shows now either moved to the summer months or cancelled until 2022, but that hasn’t stopped the need to showcase your newest product releases to the industry.

Which is why ToyNews will be printing a January/February special bumper issue of the magazine – the ToyNews 2021 Showcase edition – highlighting all of the new product releases for 2021, while celebrating the breadth and depth of the industry, from product design to retail, as well as taking on some of the biggest, trend-setting topics of the year to come.

Right now, it’s more important than ever to be putting your product in the hands of the UK’s retailers, buyers, and key decision makers, and keeping your company top of mind. ToyNews’ 2021 New Product Showcase will allow you to do just that. This special issue of the printed ToyNews magazine will feature an extensive guide on the latest toy and product launches, as well as a series of in-depth interviews and features, tackling the year’s biggest releases and most important topics.

With so much to celebrate industry-wide, work is getting underway on the bumper issue at ToyNews towers right now, so don’t miss your chance to be featured and secure real stand-out among our print and digital readership for the coming year.

True to form, ToyNews will be championing all corners of the industry, as will once again be celebrating the rising stars of the industry, as well as running the boldest opinions, conversation-leading in-depth features, and plenty more.

To find out more about how you can get involved in the ToyNews 2021 Showcase issue, get in touch with editor, Robert Hutchins via Robert.Hutchins@biz-media.co.uk  and sales manager, Sarah.Norwood@biz-media.co.uk

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