Kids India 2014 to boast 40 per cent more exhibitors than last year

153 exhibitors from 13 countries will be presenting their products at the second Kids India trade fair.
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This year's Kids India trade fair, taking place from September 18th to 20th at the Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre, will boast 40 per cent more exhibitors than last year.

153 exhibitors from 13 countries will be presenting their products and due to the success of last year's first Kids India event, the trade show's organiser Spielwarenmesse eG has increased the exhibition area from 6,200 m² to 8,700 m².

“We are pleased that the show has reached its target audience and has met the expectations of all participants”, says Ernst Kick, CEO of Spielwarenmesse eG. 

“Many exhibitors who already exhibited at the first Kids India are taking part in this year's event again. This confidence in our trade fair and our work makes me and my team immensely proud.

"Kids India illustrates the potential that lies in the Indian toy market. It embodies the industry's pursuit of successful business transactions. This fair is the answer to the rapid market growth experienced by the Indian toy market."

Kids India offers its participants a wide-ranging programme of workshops and seminars with national and international speakers set to discuss current issues and trends in the toy industry. Participation in the workshop and seminar programme is free of charge for visitors.

For the first time ever, all exhibitors and visitors at Kids India have the chance to take part in a free matchmaking programme. Visitors can register for the matchmaking programme at www.kidsindia.de/news.

Spielwarenmesse eG is bringing 25 exhibitors from all over the world to Kids India and due to increased demand, the size of the joint World of Toys stand has been expanded from 207 m² to 308 m².

Interested parties can find more information on Kids India as well as on the programme of seminars and workshops at www.kidsindia.de.

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