Marvin’s Magic revamps HQ showroom to deliver ‘virtual magic meetings’ with customers

Marvin’s Magic has invested in the launch of a new studio in the business’ Hertfordshire head quarters in order to host virtual ‘magic meetings’ with customers and buyers who will be missing out on the traditional toy fair season at the start of next year owing to show postponements and cancellations.

A firm used to the limelight, Marvin’s Magic is known for bringing its sales presentations in store, having in recent years become crowd-drawing attractions at some of the biggest international retailers such as Hamleys and Harrods in London and FAO Schwarz in New York.

The team is now looking to bring that same razzle and dazzle to its revamped meeting and show room; a refitted studio that now boasts three different sets as well as the most up to date cameras and vision mixers to ‘ensure unique live and close up experiences’ filled with ‘amazing magical demonstrations and presentations,’ as well as what it bills ‘mind-blowing interactive magic tricks you won’t want to miss.’

 Marvin Berglas, award winning magician and creator of Marvin’s Magic, said: “There are a few extra surprises which we won’t spoil but we can guarantee that this promises to be the most fun, impressive and productive way to do great magical business together.”

 The team’s Marvin, Tom and Justin are now booking appointments, each of which will be ‘specifically tailored to your needs and personally show and share with you what’s new and innovative as well as the exciting things we have up our sleeves.’

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