Toy firms head to Mums Show Live

Kurio, Micro Scooters, A Girl For All Time and others will exhibit.
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A host of toy companies will have a presence at this year's Mums Show Live, including InspirationWorks and its Kurio kids' tablet.

Other companies include Micro Scooters, Scoot UK and A Girl For All Time. The full exhibitor list can be found here.

InspirationWorks will exhibit its Android tablet at the show, which runs from May 16th to 19th at Alexandra Palace.

The firm says it will build on its consumer show calendar this year, following its appearance at The Gadget Show Live Christmas last year.

Mums Show Live is a new show aimed at parents of children aged four to 12.

The exhibition will include a number of different areas, including the School Gates, Lifestyle – where Kurio will be found – as well as Home & Garden and Style. 

There will be Conversation theatres, where speakers will tackle issues key to the audience.

Tracey Devine, Marketing Director at InspirationWorks UK, said: “Mums Show Live fills a gap in the exhibition market, as it’s the only one aimed squarely at parents of school age children. 

"The plans in place already show that this is going to be a vibrant, fun event, making it the perfect place for us to display Kurio.

“Previous experience has shown us that the buzz of a consumer show is great for raising brand awareness and allows us to physically get products into the hands of consumers, for them to try out themselves.”

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