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Toy Fair 2015 almost sold out

97 per cent of exhibition space has already been sold.
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Toy Fair 2015 is on the verge of selling out - with the BTHA saying that 97 per cent of the exhibition space has already been sold thanks to a high returnee rate.

Big names such as Hasbro, Vivid, Character Options, Bandai and LEGO among others will all be returning, while a number of companies will also be back on the showfloor after a period of absence. Notably, these include Tomy, plus A.B.Gee, Theo Klein and Chicco UK.

First time exhibitors will include Amscan, Bestline, Smart UK, Blueprint Collections and Jazwares.

The Greenhouse area - which plays host to smaller companies in the centre of the Grand Hall - is now 71 per cent full. Exhibitors can book five, ten, 15 or 20 m2 stands in this area.

"It's fantastic to be approaching sold out at this time of year," said Majen Immink, head of Toy Fair operations and sales. "The returnee rate is really encouraging and at the same time it's great to be able to accommodate a number of new exhibitors, too.

"The operational process is well under way and we are looking forward to welcoming everyone to next year's show."

Toy Fair 2015 will take place from January 20th to 22nd at London's Olympia.

If you are interested in exhibiting, call the Toy Fair team on 020 7701 7127. For sponsorship, click on this link to email Immink directly.

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