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Toy Fair 2015 now open for registration

Visitors can expect thousands of new launches from an array of exhibitors.
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Toy Fair 2015 is now open for registration.

London’s biggest toy showcase will once again be taking place at the Kensington Olympia from January 20th to 22nd.

Those wishing to attend the event as it celebrates its 62nd year can now register to do so for free through the Toy Fair website.

All attendees from any of the past three Toy Fairs will receive a Smart Link allowing them to update and submit their registration.

Visitors who choose not to pre-register and confirm their Smart Link will be required to pay a £15 entry fee on the door.

The 2015 show will once again occupy the upper and lower sections of the Olympia’s Grand and West Halls with more than 260 companies exhibiting.

And if you wish to exhibit, the Toy Fair team is urging you to get in quick as only 150 m2 of stand space remains, including 28m2 in the Greenhouse area.

Next year's show will also welcome a host of new exhibitors, including Amscam, Zenixx, Smart UK, Juratoys, Bestline and Blueprint Collections.

Majen Immink, Toy Fair head of sales and operations, said: “We are very pleased once again to welcome a significant number of first time exhibitors to Toy Fair as well as a large proportion of repeating companies including those that are returning to the show after a period of absence.”

Returnees include the likes of Chicco, A B Gee, Theo Klein. Tomy. House of Marbles and ZooBooKoo.

“Visitors can anticipate another lively and visually spectacular fair and can expect to see thousands of brand new exciting product launches from a vast array of exhibitors, ranging from large renowned brands to smaller companies looking to establish themselves in the industry.”

Register for free at www.toyfair.co.uk

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