Kidicraft goes big for Autumn Fair with new offering

Kidicraft is taking a larger stand at this year's fair to showcase its range of products.
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Kidicraft has opted for a larger stand at this year’s Autumn Fair to house its new range of National Geographic and Howard Robinson lenticular 3D puzzles and stationary sets, along with its more established distributions.

Kidicraft has a raft a star buys available exclusively to those who attend the fair that span across the ranges. Autumn Fair creates an ideal backdrop for Kidicraft to showcase it ranges and for customers to take a hands-on approach to purchasing.

“Trade fairs such as the Autumn Fair give us the opportunity to build relationships with our customers both old and new,” commented operations director, Kristina Holden. “They can have the product in their hands and ask us questions face to face.

“Seeing new products in the flesh is particularly important when it comes to visual items such as our 3D puzzles and stationery sets; looking at the quality of the lenticular 3D printing and the striking images of the puzzles. People are amazed by the imagery, depth and movement that these puzzles create.”

Kidicraft can be located in Hall 5, Stand A100 at Autumn Fair, which takes place from 6th to 9th September.


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