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Thumbs Up to launch new range at Spring Fair

The new line will see the company move into new areas of product development.
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2011 has been a successful year for Thumbs Up and it has opened offices in France, Germany, the Middle East and Australia and recruited new staff to its UK headquarters in West London.

The growth throughout 2011 and the announcement of a new range of products mean the company has big ambitions for 2012.

Wojtek Kolan, business development director, Thumbs Up, said: "We are really looking forward to announcing our new range at Spring Fair International. The fact that our products have been conceived and created in-house means that there won’t be anything else quite like them.

"Our team of developers has been working hard to design a range that we are confident will be a real hit with buyers at the show. Spring Fair has historically been a very successful show for us. It the first time in the year that we are able to showcase our new range to UK retailers and we sure that 2012’s show will give us a flying start for the year ahead."

Thumbs Up will be at stand L18-M19 in Hall 3 at Spring Fair, NEC, Birmingham

Highlights for the new range of gifts, toys and gadgets include the Robot Head boxy gold robot costume; the Rock Ring, which is not a diamond, but is 'sure to raise a smile'; the Hot Potato winter warmer, which is heated up in the microwave; the iWallet, which doubles as a wallet and an iPhone case and the AppCube puzzle, which is made up of classic app icons.

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