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Toy Fair 2016 now open for visitor registration

Toy fans and professionals can now sign up to attend the show, now preparing to celebrate its 63rd year and taking place at London’s Olympia from Sunday, January 24th to Tuesday, January 26th.
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Visitor and media registration for next year’s London Toy Fair is now open.

Toy fans and professionals can now sign up to attend the show, now preparing to celebrate its 63rd year and taking place at London’s Olympia from Sunday, January 24th to Tuesday, January 26th.

Visitors can attend the show free of charge by signing up via the Toy Fair website, here.

2016 marks a significant change for Toy Fair, moving earlier n the month and opening its doors on the Sunday in order to avoid a clash in the calendar with the Nuremberg Toy Fair.

The annual event will be returning to its original Tuesday to Thursday slot in 2017.

Toy Fair welcomes thousands of visitors each year, including buyers, merchandisers, importers, licensors and more. This year, the show will welcome the likes of The Entertainer, Mothercare, ELC, Harrods, John Lewis and more.

“We are very keen and looking forward to attending Toy Fair 2016,” said Sangetta Gardinet, director at Gymboree.

“We find it a very productive show and choose lots of our stock for the following year from this event.”

Majen Imminck, Toy Fair head of sales and operations, added: “We are really looking forward to Toy Fair 2016 for what is set to be another busy show full of innovative and exciting new launches and plenty of opportunities for visitors to network.

“The expansion of the Greenhouse will also provide more opportunities for start-up companies to showcase their unique products as they look to establish themselves in the industry.”

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